Whatever U.S. colleges may teach after the war, they hope to have more
room in which to do it. Last week Arthur L. Brandon, publicity man for
Vanderbilt University, finished surveying 143 colleges, learned that
114 of them plan 426 new buildings, costing $155,366,000. Most
elaborate blueprint: the University of California's, for 115 buildings
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