Education: The Compulsion

For two whole semesters, everything went smoothly for Associate Professor Kenneth P. Yates at the University of New Hampshire. Both students and teachers seemed to take to the new physics teacher, and Dr. Yates himself was obviously enjoying his new job thoroughly. A quiet, amiable man whose nose was usually in a book, he had come to the university armed with an A.B. from the College of Wooster. Ohio, and a doctorate from Ohio State. He also had high recommendations from the Christie Engineering Co. of Philadelphia. Most important of all, Yates certainly seemed to know his physics. To New Hampshire's...

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