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Contrast of the "quiet" dormitories of Harvard with the "madhouses" at Dartmouth is the chief point of difference between the two schools, in the opinion of Dean Chamberlain, assistant dean of freshmen at Hanover.
Chamberlain noted with regret the impression prevailing here that Dartmouth men do not study. This belief is emphatically untrue--although he conceded that Harvard men seem to study more. The Dartmouth dean has heard "many stories" about History I and professed amazement at the size of the assignments.
But Chamberlain won't worry about the work Harvard men have to do because they are very "studious" anyway.
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