Education: Tyler to Judd

Tall, goateed, strong-voiced Charles Hubbard Judd celebrated his 65th birthday this week, will retire as head of University of Chicago's education department in June. To educators, this is roughly equivalent to what the retirement of Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes (whom Dr. Judd resembles in physical demeanor) would mean to jurists. Since Psychologist Judd, at 36, went to University of Chicago from Yale, where he was director of the psychological laboratory, he has become perhaps the first U. S. educational statesman.

To fill Charles Judd's shoes posed a pretty problem for University of...

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