Puritans Out-Buy All As Bond Average Soars
Mary Martin's attraction for College men was confirmed last week, when the promise of a personal letter and photograph lured Joseph C. Snow '46, of Winthrop House into leading the bond and stamp sales with a purchase of $768.75.
Jumping from 31 cents per capita for the preceding, Deanna Durbin, week, the average purchase during Mary Martin week was $1.00. In spite of steadily decreasing College enrollment, this represents an increase of 100 per cent for a week's total of $1,518,85.
Winthrop's $1333.05 sum was followed by the Leverett sale of $45.70. The other results were as follows: Kirkland, $44.20; Lowell, $37.35; Dunster, $32.70; and Adams, $25.85; with no results received from Eliot.