Cinema: Young Man's Fancy

The average senior at Manhattan's Columbia college is a strapping fellow old enough to vote. Last month he was asked to vote on a great number of pertinent and nonsensical questions. By last week it was clear that the average Columbia senior expects to be making $5,000 a year five years after graduation. But if by some chance he should be cast away on some desert island, the companion he would choose would be golden blonde Cinemactress Madeleine Carroll. The scholarly reason: her ability to speak French.


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