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some professional comment on the game. The First, Joe Hirsch, editor of A. M.
said the game stanlc, and the second, Julian Armistead, only turned out to he
an ex-newspaperman. The two were so non-descript and disappointing that
it was not until long after that l realized that they were mernhers of the rogues,
gallery of ,4-4.
At this point, Maclc and l ran into a couple of friends who dragged us
oft to the house of one Judy Friedman. We didn,t helieve it at First, hut it
was true: there was a purple carpet in every room of the twenty-seven room
house. During the conversation it transpired that Judy had heen a graduate
of Bentley. l went home that night with a lot of worlc accomplished.
l Next morning l got off to a good start. At staff meeting the girls' fashion
editor told us in gleeful terms that Nina van Dam, the Hgreatest fashion
designer in Americaf, was coming to school to give us a lecture in assemhly.
While the editor-in-chief was spieling on ahout some letter matter, l had a chat
with the society editor. She made the hright suggestion that l loolc in the social
register to Find a few more memhersof the alumni. l found May Rose Bessalel,
Nancy Jane Silclu, and Enid Levy. A ,long distance call to 'the South hrought
May Roses hutler to the phone to tell me that Hlvladam sent her compliments'
and was entertaining the Congressmen from North Carolina. Another call to
Parlc Avenue told me that Nancy was tallcing to hdr puhlisher ahout her new
hoolc, and that she would call me hefore starting to write another. And the
third telephone call, this time out to Long lsland, told me that Enid was at
dinner with Bis Bertrum Brown, the hig game hunter. f' i
That afternoon l was having lunch at Longchamps, when, while follow-
ing an English assignment of getting peoples conversations written down, l
eavesdropped on three women tallcing husiness. Their tallc told me that they
were from Bentley. l introduced myself and discovered that they were Gwen
Freed, husiness executive of Lord and the Tailored Woman, Jean Sander,
personnel manager of same, and Rosalee Schindel, top huyer for same. This
hit of information cost me four lunches at Longchamps, hut it was worth it.
l had finally narrowed the Field down to three memhers of that illus-
trious class. They were Karen Gelert, Doris Epstein, and Dave Ballantine.
l lcnew the hest way to Find Karen was to go to some literary haunt or other
since she, as you all lcnow, is a literary character. XV ith her l found Doris
Epstein, whose poetry l,ve admired for many years. The last discovery was
the most sensational. l was wallcing up Eighty-sixth Street when l was shot
hy accident The result was a hallistic expert,s prohe in me as l lay on a
slah at police neadquarters. The hallistic expert was David Ballantine, so
l interviewed him while he worlced. This hit of research was expensive-fone
pint of hloodHhut it also meant that my assignment was completed.
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