The Globe considers that the results of the recent co-operation of the New England colleges towards equalizing their standard of admission has resulted so that "Exeter, for instance, long a Harvard school, is sending many boys to Yale. Phillips Andover. hitherto a Yale school, this year sends five boys to Harvard, and is likely to send fifteen next year. Williston, the largest feeder of Yale, last year sent more boys to Cambridge than to New Haven. It is understood that the destruction of the individual character of these schools is entirely in accord with the wishes of their officers. and is, in fact, largely due to their efforts.
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