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-4- The new college will be of value to the University academically, says A. N. Whitehead, of Cambridge and London Universities, England. "The chief advantage of admitting women is for the studies of the University as a whole. The great difficulty of higher education is the small numbers attending some of the advanced lectures. If these advanced lectures to be dropped, the staff loses its intellectual efficiency, and work for which large classes can be obtained. Also, without the inducement of advanced teaching, able men cannot be tempted into the teaching profession. Now the presence of women by merely increasing the number of students, increases the advanced classes B. S. Hurlbut, Dean of Harvard College writes "The situation of a college founded as Radcliffe was, in connection with the oldest established institution of this country, with all the resources and traditions of Harvard practically at her command, is infinitely better than that of a college which has to begin, as it were, from the very bottom. I believe that one of the great evils of our