Nicely done on that recapitulation of the coming of undergraduate education to Princeton. As a friend of an undergraduate at the time, I always left the campus after brief visits with the thought that Princeton was a real nice place to visit but, without a regular contact with women, no place to live.

Readers may be interested to see the full version of that Agnes Scott-Princeton College Bowl contest from a half-century ago. It had been discussed in an August Slate article (Gearreald's account of how she remembered the winning answer is a highlight of the article; in her description of how much went through her mind in an instant, it underscores the amazing capabilities of the human mind). The video is available on YouTube.

Charles Saydah p'99
Carmichael, Calif.