Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto joked that her visit to the White House exposed her to something she had never seen before: a Yale man with charm.

Both President Bush and the leader of Pakistan made light of their old school ties during a state dinner in Bhutto's honor Tuesday night.Bush, Yale class of 1948, quipped in his toast that Bhutto, a 1973 graduate of Harvard's Radcliffe College, had "refused my latest offer. She's not going double or nothing on this year's Harvard-Yale game."

Keeping up the Ivy League banter, Bhutto responded: "Ladies and gentlemen, I studied at Harvard and believe me, I didn't know until tonight that Yale ever produced charming men. I'm glad I met the only one."