Dear Mother + Father,
This business of getting [punches] is going to be a nuisance. I came over right after lunch + found eight ahead of me.
Mlle Champy told me that she sent the book to N.Y. + it was returned to her. She also told me that I would be able to catch up in the reading easily, not to worry, - she ex - pected me to hand in one of her best exam. papers! And that from her.
Miss [Kitchel] was not there today. so we [had] written work - to write
Miss Bourne was very particular to ask me several times how I am. I tell them, somewhat better, because there is no sense in saying I am all better. They would then expect fine work.
Miss Wells told me if I was not straightened out in math by tomorrow to come to her.
My trunk is in Main. I had to pay 98¢ excess luggage. How do you ac
I studied in the library this , It works much better than my room. I wish I had done that sooner. The quiet rules are certainly not observed.
I was quite tired yes - terday, so last night [in] - stead of working + doing nothing I went to the introductory lecture of Mlle. Marguerite Clement of the University of Versailles on Modern France. I heard her last year under the auspices of the Alliance Francaise. She speaks a beautiful French. There is another lecture 8th. hr. today but I cannot make it. I [want] to get that [makeup]
Dr. T. accepted Dr. F's letter, but told me to tell him she wants a statement from him about the particulars of the case. Poor Dr. T. - her feelings are hurt that I never submitted to her examination...Incidentally, I am no better today, but it is raining + very damp, so it's all right.
I met Mrs. Robeson's niece today, whom Mlle. told me to look up. I also saw Helen J. for a while yesterday. Her room-mate who had appendicitis has 7 wks. work to make up.
I understand there was quite a loss in the Josselyn [fire.]
Me for [Ikel Corona]