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Good Manners and Good Form (Edited by Dottle Dix.) Dear Miss Dix: Is it the duty of the dormitory girls to help the matron entertain her beau? If so, what would you suggest as the best means of enter- tainment? Walden Girls. Yes, girls, it is most assuredly your duty to help the matron in this her chief cause of worriment. Would you not expect her to do all in her power to hold a beau for you ? You must select your entertainment with care as so much depends on it. If she has a piano it would be quite proper for you to play and sing such songs as " Love Me And The World Is Mine, " " Silver Threads Among the Gold, " " Waiting at the Church, " " Sympathy, " etc. If she has a Victrola it would be perfectly proper for you to allow her to use it; you might even suggest that she play " The Italian Street Song, " — such cases have been known. Never under any circumstances leave them in the room alone, for conversation might lag. When he leaves, you should go as far as the front steps with him and urge him to come again. Never let him leave without making him feel that his visit has been a condescension and a special favor to both the matron and yourselves. I might suggest that you appoint committees for each evening, so he will never be lonesome. Dear Miss Dix: Do you think it is my duty to spend all of my Sundays in the dormi- tory when I am on duty twenty-four hours a day and every day in the week? Worried Matron. I am sure that you are needlessly alarmed about it being necessary for you to remain on duty on Sundays for most of the girls are planning to be teachers and know how to behave. I should think it would be neces- sary for you to go to a Sanitarium before long if you continue the long hours you are now putting in. Eight hours is sufficient time to spend on crocheting and politics ; the rest of the time you had better spend out 57
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Wanted Rubber heels for the flies at the dormitory — so they won ' t make so much noise on Sunday afternoons Mrs. Gilbert An ideal man Lizette Dietz A cure for giggles Margaret Pottorf Something to worry about Hazel Mapes Information about raising babies Landis To be as tall as Bill White Brown A new " case " Gladys Keenan Someone to help me decide which one it shall be Genevieve Kingzett Some one to hypnotize Leo Welsh Something to eat that won ' t make me fat Lura Williamson 56
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of doors or at the picture show. If any trouble arises over your absence on Sundays, I should advise you to consult a lawyer. Dear Miss Dix: I am a young man of twenty-one ; very good looking and agreeable. I am trying to find a girl who will be an ideal wife for a man interested in Psychology, Hypnotism and the higher things of life. All of the girls in the dormitory are after me and I wish you would suggest the correct manner of selecting one from among them. Mr. Welsh. I would advise you to assemble the girls in the Music Room at some convenient time and hypnotise each in turn. While she is under the spell vou can find out her characteristics and thereby decide easily.
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