Education: Safe in the Wide World

What becomes of Princeton men after they leave Old Nassau? According to a traditional Princeton song, they are "safe now in the wide, wide world." Last week, as the graduate of 1934 and 1940 scanned his newly published class reports, it appeared that the song had it about right.

According to the reports, his income is now apt to be around $8,000 a year. He is pretty sure to be married. (93% for '34, 85% for '40), and has 1.7 and 1.6 children respectively. The average Princeton man is a Protestant, most likely an Episcopalian....

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