“I had been offered fellowships to enter as a graduate student at either Harvard or Princeton. But the Princeton fellowship was somewhat more generous, since I had not actually won the Putnam competition... Thus Princeton became the choice for my graduate study location.”
“He didn't know the Princeton system when he got there, but he kept one of the assistants and kept the offense intact. I guess he's done a little bit of what Georgetown has done and modernized it a little bit. They've been pretty effective playing that system, especially with a coach who was an NBA coach. I mean, that's a big change.”
“I went to M.I.T. in the summer of 1951. I had been an instructor at Princeton for one year after obtaining my degree in 1950. It seemed desirable more for personal and social reasons than academic ones to accept the higher-paying instructorship at M.I.T.