Signs of the Times

["The Quality of the Student," from What the Colleges Are Doing, Boston, Mass.]

To those who see in the American college group simply a cross section of American national life, certainly no worse and unquestionably much better than the average, because it is a selected group, busied, incidentally at least, with the higher aspects of our civilization, it is refreshing to read such tributes as that which Professor Yeomans of Harvard recently made public on the occasion of his retirement from the office of dean:

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