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organization for gaiety at Wisconsin was much more intense.
That's very typical, is it not, of a great state university?
Oh, yes, very, very. My health was rather frail while I was in college and I
didn't eat much, so I think I was tired a good deal. The food wasn't very good,
and it never occurred to me that I should complain about it; I just didn't eat
and the result was that I was that I was very anemic.
You lived in dormitory.
And I lived in a dormitory, and I think I really tired myself out quite a
What did you do during your summer vacations?
Well, I lived in Wisconsin, and I went to visit friends like Janet Fairbank at
Lake Geneva. I went to visit Pauline Pabst at Lake Oconomowoc. I had very
peaceful and kind of not agitated summer vacations. It was just after the war,
and I didn't go to Europe until after I had graduated from Radcliffe.
Was this due in large part to the watchful attitude of your mother perhaps?
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