Education: It's Dark...

For neckers, the rolling, spacious (1,900-acre) campus of the University of Wisconsin has always offered a goodly choice for a few hours on the Old Ox Road. Some couples, as the old song records, go up to Observatory Hill,* some to the shore of Lake Mendota; others just scatter. Last week Professor Howard Gill of the sociology department suggested that this phase of campus mores could stand a bit of organizing.

What the university needed, said he, was a traditional Lovers' Lane—a well-supervised Romance Road, lined with benches for convenience and street lamps for decorum. Some students wanted to know just how...

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