Education: Idler Goodnow

Italian villages on the Mediterranean. Sunlight, blue sky and water on the Riviera. Stimulating talks with fellow-scholars in quiet Oxford closes, in dingy European university towns. The calm, still air of delightful studies in the great libraries and museums where Europe protects rare volumes and manuscripts from the ravaging American millionaire. These things beckoned to many a great Johns Hopkins scholar last week.

One heard the call. President Frank Johnson Goodnow, 69, resigned, giving the trustees of Johns Hopkins until July 1, 1929 to find a successor....

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