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MINNESOTA EDUCATOR TO GIVE INGLIS LECTURE

MacLean of University of Minnesota Will Talk at Fogg Tonight on Modern Educational Problems

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Dr. Malcolm S. MacLean, Director of the General College of the University of Minnesota, will deliver the annual Inglis Lecture of the Graduate School of Education tonight at 8 o'clock in the Fogg Art Museum. The subject of his lecture will be, "Scholars, Workers, and Gentlemen."

Dr. MacLean will discuss educational problems in the United States today and what educational structure is likely to result from these problems. At the University of Minnesota, he has been known as the leader of a unique educational program designed to revise the present system of college education.

This is the fourteenth annual lecture on the foundation established in memory of the late Professor Alexander Inglis.

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