Education: Before We Part

Though "time and change shall naught avail to break the friendships formed at Yale," friendships formed at Princeton apparently do not stand the gaff so well.

A new survey of Princeton's Class of '17 reveals that the average graduate 25 years out sees, and that occasionally, only about six of his classmates. Some '17 men commented:

> A doctor: "... Negligence. .. . My college career . . . was not entirely happy."

> A businessman: "Will try to see more."

> An architect (who sees "as many as time and mutual whereabouts allow"): ". . . The Princeton type ... is...

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