Bryant its purpose was to secure attendance of persons for. short periods in the intervals of their work. The scholarship was an inducement to students and seemed to work satisfactorily as long as the appeal was chiefly to those of advanced age who could give only a short time to school. In the Bryant and Stratton contract the scholarship was good for attendance upon any school in the chain,\as well as unlimited in time. The usual price of such a scholarship was forty dollars. The plan was continued by the International Business College Association, but the best men in the country looked upon the arrangement as unbusinesslike...."