In all its 312 years, Harvard College had never seen a smarter bunch of
boys. Last week, the college reported that 35% of the 1948 enrollment
had made the Dean's List (B averages or better) compared to 26% during
the '30s. Furthermore, only 2%, instead of the usual 5%, had had their
"connections severed"(Harvardese for being kicked out of school).
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