The Press: For Boys

At Albion, Michigan, is a private school for "bad" boys called The Starr Commonwealth for Boys. Mr. Starr, founder of the Commonwealth, rebuilds boys by keeping them occupied and giving them good influences. To do this, according to The Christian Science Monitor, he selects and reads " every book and magazine that comes to the school."

What is more, he addressed a gathering of Rotarians and told them: " I was particularly careful about choosing the newspaper the boys would read . . . The Christian Science Monitor was selected because I believe it...

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