Education: Something from the Boys

^ For ten years (1933-43), Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Conn, watched the young Fords go by—Henry II, Benson and William, sons of Automagnate Edsel Ford. Hotchkiss had reason to be pleased with the way they got along. Henry ("Model T") made the editorial board of the Hotchkiss Record and the debating union. Benson was business manager of the literary magazine, and Bill captained the tennis team and served on the student council.

This week Hotchkiss had more reason to be pleased with the Ford boys than ever. The Fords had remembered some of the drawbacks of the school library. It was crowded...

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