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Education Board Gives Much
New York, Feb. 29.-Appropria
tions to colleges and universities to
talling $1,675,000 were announced
in the annual report of the general
. educational board, issued today. The
board was founded by John D. Rock
efeller to promote education in the
United States "without distinction
of race, sex or creed."
A half million dollars was appro
priated to the Harvard graduate
school. Drury college of Springfield,
Mo., and Tulane university, New Or
leans, received $200,000 each. Others
included were Agnes Scott college,
Decatur, Ga., $175,000; West Vir
ginia Wesleyan college, Buchannon.
W. Va., $125,000; College of St.
Catherine, St Paul, Minn., $100,000;
ISmory and Henry college, Emory,
Va., $75,000; Salem college, Winston
Salem, N. C., $75,000; Westminster
college, Fulton, Mo., $75,000; Cor
nell college, Mount Vernon, Ia., $50
000; Dakota Wesleyan university,
Mitchell, S. D., $50,000 and James
town college, Jamesown, N. D., $50,
Appropriations for medical schools
amounted to $700,000 distributed as
follows: Johns Hopkins university,
$400,000; Washington university, St.
ILouis, $150,000; Meharry Medical
.school, Nashville, Tenn, $150,000.
The board contributed $767,555 to
negro schools, mainly for annual
maintenance, and $115,000 for ex
perimental education contributed to
teachers' college for the support of
the Lincoln school.
In addition, the board appropriat
ed $199,795 as its regular support
given Southern state universities and
Southern state departments of edu
cation for work in thc secondary edu
cation field and for the promotion of
Referring to Mr. Rockefeller's re
cent gift of $70,000,000 of which
.$20,000,000 was for medical educa
tion, the board's report says that it
Twill now he possible to aid medical
schools whose clinical departments
:are not on a full time basis. The sys
tem of university clinical teaching
organized at Johns Hopkins, Washj I
ington university and Yale will be in-i
.troduced at the University of Chica
go and at Vanderbilt university.
As a result of the board's survey*
of public education in Deleware last
year, the report says that a compre
hensive school code modern type has
been adopted. A similar survey is in
"propaganda in North Carolina and
"appropriations have been made to
?supplement funds provided locally
for surveys in Virginia and in Ala
Ten Possible Presidential Can-1
didates Urge Ratification.
Washington, Feb. 29.-Five Dem
.ocrats and five Republicans, who
'have been mentioned as possible pres
iden?al candidates in statements to
the national woman's party, made
public today, join in urging ratifica
tion of the suffrage amendment in
time for women .to vote for president
They include: Maj. Gen. Leonard
Wood, Governor Lowden, cf Illinois. 1
Senators Harding of Ohio, Poindex
ter of Washington and Johnson of
California, Republicans, and Senator
Owen of 'Oklahoma, Attorney Gen
eral Palmer, William G. McAdoo,
?ames W. Gerard " and William J.
Bryan. Thirty-three of the necessary
thirty-six states have ratified the
amendment by which it is estimated
approximately 25,000,000 women
would become eligible to vote.
Notice of Final Discharge.
To All Whom These Presents May
Whereas, T. J. Briggs has made
applicfiti.m unto this court for final
discharge as Administrator in re the
estate of Dr. Wm. T. Briggs, late of
Edgefield Cpunty, S. C., deceased, on
this the 27th day of February 1920.
These are Therefore to cite any
and all kindred, creditors or parties
interested to show cause before me
at my office at Edgefield Court House
South Carolina, on the 3rd day of
April 1920 at ll o'clock a. m., why
said order of discharge should not be
W. T. KINNAIRD,
J. P. C., E. C., S. C.
February 27, 1920.
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