According to a recent ballot taken by "The Exonian" of the Phillips Exeter Academy, more men from the graduating class expect to enter Yale than the University for the second time in the history of the school. The New Haven institution will claim 23 of the Class of 1921, while only 21 will come to Cambridge. The increasing popularity of Dartmouth and M. I. T. at the New Hampshire preparatory school is emphazised by the fact that 15 will go to the former and 14 to the latter whereas remaining members in the class Williams will draw 8; Cornel and Pennsylvania both 3; Worcester Polytechnical Institute 2; and the University of Texas, Hamilton College, Union College, and the University of Maine one each.
EXETER AGAIN FAVORS YALE
23 Men From Graduating Class Choose Yale, While 21 Favor Harvard
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