Education: Copey

When the young gentlemen of Harvard University returned to Cambridge last week, weary of vacation and longing to resume their studies, one of the first things many of them did was to visit the Coop (campus cooperative store) or Dunster House or Amee's bookshop, and buy a volume* that had been published during the holidays. It was rather an expensive book. Much that it contained was already on the shelves of boys who read anything at all outside of the cinema magazines. Nevertheless it was a peculiarly desirable book. It was part...

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