"I started out studying dramatics at Washington," he says. "Then, when I was a sophomore, I changed my major to radio broadcasting. Now I've decided on speech.
"I don't really think it makes much difference. I'll have a degree and I'll probably play pro ball with either the Los Angeles Rams or Winnipeg in the Canadian League. They've both drafted me. And when that's over—or even if I don't play pro ball at all—at least I'll have a name and people will know me. Even if I go to work selling toothpicks I'll be able to get my foot in the door. I guess that's what we're all after.
"You know, a lot of people think I've had a pretty rough life. Well, I don't agree with that. I think I've had a lot of fun, don't you?"