When Hamilton College inducts its new president, W. H. Cowley, on Saturday, among the official delegates from some 200 leading educational institutions of the East and mid-West will be a representative from Harvard.
According to an official announcement, Walter E. Clark, Wales Professor of Sanskrit, has been appointed as delegate from the University. He will attend the inaugural ceremonies at Clinton, New York.
Stanley King, president of Amherst, Will make the feature address. Others who will participate in the program are Frederick C. Ferry, president emeritus of Hamilton, and President Fox and Cutten of Union and Colgate Colleges respectively.
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Clinton Sworn in as 42nd U.S. PresidentWASHINGTON--Four months after his election-day victory, Bill Clinton yesterday took the presidential oath of office, delivered a poetic inaugural address
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Amazing Powers of the PresidencyT here's a new president in office, and millions of Democrats and liberals are watching him eagerly. Watching as, with
No HeadlineClinton Scollard, a number of whose poems have appeared in the magazines of late has been appointed assistant professor of