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.