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Again, as in 1928, Boston Latin School has a greater representation of its graduates in the Harvard Freshman class than any other high or preparatory school in the country. Moreover, the 106 students from this school substantially outnumber its contribution of 88 last fall.

Exeter again holds second place, with 62 alumni, five more than last September, while Milton Academy, which suppled 38 members of the Class of 1932, this year ranks in fourth place, with 23. St. Paul's school, this year third, with 25 in the Freshman Class, rose from ninth, with 15, last September.

The names of the institutions represented by five or more members in the Class of 1933, with the number of their alumni this year and last respectively follow:

Boston Latin School 106, 88: Exeter Academy 62, 57; St. Paul's School 25, 15; Milton Academy 23, 38; Phillips Academy 22, 34; Brookline High School 19, 13; St. Mark's School 19, 16; Middlesex School 19, 18; Groton School 18, 10: Cambridge High and Latin School 16, 33; Thayer Academy 12; Somerville High School 11, 9; Belmont Hill School 11, 12; Kent School 11, 10; Choate School 10, 6; Loomis Institute 10, 10; Newton Country Day School 9, 16; Browne and Nichols School 9, 6; Noble and Greenough School 9, 12; The Hill School 8; St. George's School 7, 11; Arlington High School 7; Peddie School 7; Worcester Academy 6, 6; Horace Mann School 6, 8; Fieldston School 5; Lynn Classical High School 5; Newton Classical High School 5; Roxbury Latin School 5, 7; Boston English High School 5; Medford High School 5, 6

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