Education: Epitaph on Learning

In any college, many and distinct are the categories among the undergraduates, ranging from the broad-backed footballers to the light-stepping, open-collared esthetes. But which is "the fruitiest group of all?"

"The richest, the ripest, the most inspiring and the fruitiest group of all, was the group of serious students who were social about it." That was the answer of a University of Pennsylvania 1929 graduate—Samuel Lipshutz.

Mr. Lipshutz categorized as follows: "The first group was the social group. Nice-young-men-from-good-families, who made up the more decorative part of the student body. ....

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