Education: B. U. President

Since tendering an honorable release and a $5,000 honorarium to Dr. Lemuel H. Murlin that he might assume the presidency of his alma mater, DePauw University, after a 13-year administration in Boston (TIME, Dec. 22, 1924), the trustees of Boston University have been casting about to refill the presidential chair over which they have dominion. Bishop William F. Anderson, prelate of the Boston area of the Methodist-Episcopal Church, has filled the chair pro tempore.

Last week the trustees called another Methodist and he heard them and said he would go unto them. He...

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