Education: Brothers

Twenty-five years ago a proud young New Hampshirite watched his big brother receive a degree from Dartmouth College. Three years later he entered Dartmouth himself, but had to go to work when half way through his course. The big brother was still at Dartmouth, functioning first as the president's secretary, then as secretary of the college. The big brother took another degree, A. M. The young brother accepted his fortune and buckled down to work, for a shoe company, an optical company, the General Electric Co., a spark coil company. He learned...

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