The Harvard Alumni Bulletin, bursting with alma-maternal pride, reported
that 60 of Harvard's sons have grown up to be college presidents. Among
them: the presidents of Vassar, Williams, Cornell, Harvard and Amherst.
Said the Bulletin's editors: pick at random any college in North America
(except religious seminaries), and the chances are one in ten that its
president will be a Harvard man.
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