The publicity department of "College Humor" has advised us that Dr. Henry van Dyke '73 has been "awarded the distinction" of being chosen for the Collegiate Hall of Fame in the current issue of that magazine, where his picture will be featured along with those of the most prominent co-ed on the Floating University, a Junior Prom Queen of the Middle West, an All-American football player and other notables. We can appreciate the desire of the editors to make their Hall of Fame as representative as possible; but in their choice of Dr. van Dyke they have gone outside their field. If they were compiling a College Hall of Fame, we would rejoice at his inclusion, but inasmuch as the institution is plainly labelled a Collegiate Hall of Fame, and so regarded in the balance of their choices, the presence of Dr. van Dyke therein only displays a woefully deficient sense of value on the part of the editors. --Daily Princetonian.
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