Education: One of the Ablest

To any stranger seeing him for the first time striding along the campus of Princeton University or lunching with the boys at the Quadrangle Club, Robert Francis Goheen (rhymes with so keen) would hardly seem to be more than a typical Ivy-League graduate student. He has the uniform crew cut, usually wears the standard tweed jacket. But at 37, Assistant Professor Goheen is a first-rate classicist who has won the devotion of his students and the respect of his elders. Last week, after more than a year's search for a successor to retiring President Harold W. Dodds, the trustees of Princeton...

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