A digital recreation of an article published in “Wench Magazine” Vol1 No1 – 1962
Hilda is an exchange student from Munich, Germany, and from the looks of things it was a good piece of bartering. When she first came to the university, she didn’t know a shred of English. She discovered, however, that this didn’t hamper her in her relations with the other students, especially the males, who spoke a sign language’ that could be understood in any country.
She was a very popular student, and received many offers from college boys eager to teach her English and other skills. One of the fraternities even voted her their mascot and gave her a room in the frat house, rent-free. All Hilda has to do in return is tend bar, look decorative, and join in when the boys gather around her and sing college drinking songs. She’s received many compliments for her well-developed voice.
Hilda likes America very much, and is impressed with how friendly the students are. She thinks the boys study too hard, though, because they’re up at all hours of the night, and sometimes in their nightly wanderings they accidentally go into her room and sometimes spend the entire night there without realizing their mistake. Hilda tries to help the boys with homework whenever she can. She was amazed to discover that wrestling was such a popular subject.