Education: For British Boys

Thirteen British boys (average age, 16) are this year enjoying an International Schoolboy Fellowship in such schools as Kent, Loomis, St. Paul's, Taft, Asheville, Choate, Pomfret.

Originator of the plan was Kent School's high-church headmaster, Father Frederick Herbert Sill, who coaches crew in his white cassock and sometimes, in black canonicals, substitutes as coxswain. Kent, the school in Connecticut's Berkshires where everybody does chores, was the first U. S. boarding school to send crews to the Henley Regatta. Last week Father Sill was wondering whether he should send a crew this year—because on...

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