BRAZIL: Export Groton?

Massachusetts' exclusive Groton School believes that what its boys need most is religion, sportsmanship and selfdiscipline. The prep school's formula is Spartan: up at "bell" (6:45 a.m.), cold showers, dark suits on Sundays, chapel (Episcopal) every morning, black marks (which have to be made up through chores like leaf-raking) for misbehavior. The boys must get their Latin conjugations straight, and are encouraged to play a creditable game of football. Such a regime, thinks Brazil's Millionaire Press Lord Assis Chateaubriand, is just what is needed by Brazilian students, for the most part...

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