Letters, Jan. 12, 1948

Arithmetic for Vassar Girls

Sir:

If Sarah Gibson Blanding recognizes the importance of "home economics" and "budgeting" [TIME, Dec. 22], let her educate her girls and stop revising men's college curricula. Some attention to simple arithmetic would be a fine start. I have a Vassar wife and I know. . . .

CHARLES W. B. WARDELL JR.

New York City

Imperceptible Club

Sir:

However Brown, Sproul and Eccles may differ about the Board's (not Eccles') special Reserve plan [TIME, Dec. 22], there is no perceptible disagreement among us as to the relative insignificance, as an...

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