A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 11, 1952

Last week more than 400 boys at The Hill School, in Pottstown, Pa., filed into class and study rooms to take part in an event which has become a regular feature of the school year—the TIME Current Affairs Contest. For an hour they mulled over the questions and marked their answer sheets. Then, while the rest of the boys enjoyed a free afternoon, the 25 members of the school's Press Club met at their office and graded the papers. By the time their schoolmates returned for dinner, mimeographed slips were in their mailboxes, reading: "Your score in the TIME Current Affairs...

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