President Lowell read a paper on "The Economy of Time in Education" at the final session of the Association of American Universities held in Princeton last week. President Lowell pleaded for the education of the future business men of the country and further said that he would not be opposed to a college course of two years and a graduate course of two years in place of a general college course of four years.
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