The little girl who last term cast doe-eyed looks at you from her seat two rows away isn't doing so badly now, thank you. At any rate, she isn't if she was a member of Radcliffe 1947.
A survey recently completed by the Radcliffe Alumnae Office reports, not without a trace of pride, that "unless they are thinking only of marriage or are on vacation," 1947 Annex graduates have already leaped headlong into the world.
One graduate, they report, is torch-singer Libby Holman's secretary, while another compiles tax reports for a fiduciary trust company and loves it.
Another lot of graduates will teach eighth grade general science, sixth grade geography, and seventh grade arithmetic come the fall. Low girl on the teaching totem pole reported that she would teach "things" to fourth graders in Pennsylvania.
No figures included in the report gave any indication of the marital prospects of the class, but some solace may be had from the recently-derived statistic which gives every Radcliffe girl that marries a 3 to 5 shot at marrying a Harvard graduate.