"I considered," said old Matthew Vassar when he founded Vassar Female College, "that the MOTHERS of a country mold the character of its citizens, determine its institutions and shape its destiny."
Had Matthew Vassar last week revisited his campus at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., he would have found its future mothers, in bare legs and short skirts, pedaling bicycles to class, would have heard them sing:
Matthew Vassar's dead & gone, Dead & gone, dead & gone. . . .
Oh, he made his wealth in beer, But we dare not drink it here.
Is that logical, my...