Eighteen-year-old ANNE WORTH is living proof of student power. Enjoying her college life, she's a stunning example of how to exercise influence without throwing eggs.
She merely looks herself.
College men waver around uncertainly in her presence, wondering if they ought to get married now instead of waiting for the capitalist system to be upended.
Anne is studying history and other subjects. She wants to be a teacher. Fred wanted to know if she intended to take evening classes.
"Where?" said Anne.
"In my drawing-room," said Fred.
"Cheeky," said Anne.