Threading their way solemnly through a line of divinity students picketing for the reappointment of pinko Associate Professor Jerome Davis,* the members of the Corporation of Yale University one morning last week assembled in their quarters in old Woodbridge Hall. It was their regular February meeting, but all through New Haven had gone the whisper that at last Yale was choosing a successor to 67-year-old President James Rowland Angell who will retire in June. As the Corporation seated themselves, the University's Provost, handsome Charles Seymour, was absent. He rarely misses a Corporation meeting,...
Education: Yaleman for Yale
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