Education: Amalgamate?

The new President of Western Reserve was not without work on his desk. The day after his inauguration, the Cleveland Foundation, an organization founded in 1914 for "civic, educational and philanthropic work," reported on a survey it had lately completed. This report dwelt on Cleveland's higher educational needs, recommended the formation in Cleveland of one large new university through an amalgamation of Western Reserve University and the Case School of Applied Sciences.

Western Reserve—in whose history and upbuilding such men as John Hay, U. S. Secretary of State under Roosevelt; Rutherford B....

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