Education: Rice for O. W. U.

Ohio has given the U. S. seven Presidents. Only one State—Virginia, with eight—has done better. Ohio has 37 colleges. Only two States have more—Pennsylvania with 59. New York with 52.

Between Main Street of Delaware, Ohio, and the sluggish Olentangy River slopes the wooded campus of co-educational Ohio Wesleyan University.* The University's principal attractions (to about 1,350 students) are top-notch courses in physical education, business administration, zoology. Preeminence of zoology has been due to slender, rich-voiced Dr. Edward Loranus Rice, 67, who has instructed and delighted O. W. U. students for 40 years. Last week the board of trustees announced that they...

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