September 1926

The Marine Corps and the Colleges

Volume 11, Issue 3
Author: 

IT IS interesting to consider what the present athletic policy of the Marine Corps is doing to inform the college public about the Marine Corps. Originally this policy may have been conceived with a view to interesting the men, and raising their morale-and partly with a view to newspaper publicity. It now is giving us publicity of another kind-one which to my mind is of far greater value and more far-reaching in its effects.

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