With the end of that year there came a bitter disappointment. There was a change of administration at Williams College. My father's appointment was not made permanent and we had to return to Bloomington. That he had made good seems abundantly clear. One of his students at Williams, Starr Willard Cutting, subsequently head of the German Department at the University of Chicago, told me years later that he considered my father one of the most gifted teachers he had ever known and David Starr Jordan had recommended him "without hesitation'' as the most effective teacher of languages he had ever known. But the new president wanted a faculty of Ph.D/s, and my father did not have that degree.
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