Education: Endowed Salads

Students at Boston University were chattering last week about something new —"endowed salads" and "vitamin tickets." In the two university cafeterias 300 co-eds could chomp a red apple a day, gratis. On each table there were free bowls of beets, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, turnips and cabbage, in olive oil. Digesting these, the young ladies might stride about wintry Boston, well fortified with healthful vitamins.

Cause: a health survey under the supervision of Lucy Jenkins Franklin, dean of women. It was found that students were skimping on their food either through penury or...

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