Soon Admit Women'
-Princetown univ r- university to receive the money which
oldest non-co-educa- was made available by, the death of
s, may open its gates Mrs. Green's son in 1925.
ts in a year or two. - A further motion was passed to the
Directors , recently ;effect that fully equippe(d women's
to accept a gift of dormitories should be erected to
hat purpose. house about 400 women and to be'
is offered by the exe- ready in 1929.
ate of the late Nettie President Hibben is in favor of the
nce with the terms of plan and believes that the independ-
given for the purpose ence provided will prove beneficial,
o-education in some although he expects stiff opposition on
niversity of high cul- the part of the alumni.
n one of the thirteen
Yale and Harvard i PENN STATE-Eight mentions in
'or the award, Prince- the Beaux-Arts problem contest were
1 as the most likely won by architects of this university.
Author's copies of "The Imitation paring the
of Christ", a translation of manu- Hyma emplo
scripts written during the fourteenth manuscripts
and fifteenth centures by followers of the city libr
the Devotio Moderna, a religious and More than
educational revival of the Middle Ages Imitation of
originating in the Low countries, have pared since
been received by Prof. Albert Hyma, 'according to
of the history department. "The Imit
The Translation gospel of thl
The book is the result of two years authors of t
intensive study, from 1919 to 1921, by to have been
Professor Hyma in seven European ren of the C
countries. During that time he in- group in the
vestigated more than 20,000 manu- treatise was
scripts written in the
fifteen centuries. Most
scripts were written in
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