Princeton: the PU class, 1982. Variously paginated to the body of listings, which are unpaginated. Perhaps 200p. 11x8.5 inch decorated orange wraps, slightest handling or dust-soil, last few leaves a bit dog-eared, very good copy. Addresses, nicknames, spouses, children, occ/emp, telephone. Twelve pages of questionaire results (what records have you bought).
Cover image shows a hairy tiger-striped paw, human, in raised "power" salute; --but clutching a wad of money. Hence the subtitle, strikes-- it rich. Princeton didn't get the Columbia, let alone the Kent State treatment, the softies. Parody doesn't quite stop at the cover but contents are reasonably earnest. Take the "Drug use since graduation" stats-- but oh sorry. You have to buy the book.