Clipped From Ironwood Daily Globe
NEW YORK (AP) — A petite Girl Spends 'Honeymoon' With Robot the " dormitory" regulations at T>«j^i:ff« r<«ii«^« u«- „«„»> „ IIJ-.M iwxnv \m , — n ^>.i^ and red-haired junior, staging a -girl spoofing revolt against;ity - - - Radcliffe CoUege, has spent a "honeymoon" at the Hotel Americana with a British tele-phlet inci^n on/1 r«rv^7iA otar. o wallr- ' : vision and movie star—a walk- ing and talking robot. The 20-year-old rebel and her ' "husband" registered for a suite as Miss 2000 and A. Dalek. The girl doesn't want to reveal her name because she fears a flood It *1T of phone calls. She calls her robot husband Dalek and he calls her "Earth|"mankind ling." It doesn't really matter that he is starring in a movie ("Dr. Who and the Daleks") from a television series that has been i running in England for about j two years and that this was a publicity stunt What matters is that Rad- : "- College, a college for. women in Cambridge, Mass., won't allow anv unmarVied stu-l Miss 2000 thinks it's ridiculous ' that a serious-minded 20-year- old girl can't live in an • ment of her own ,J Last month, she ran an ad in , *-<uv v AUW**!***, vj< i w * vi** H** v*u ••• the Harvard Crimson asking »«»**-. I.AUI F Ul \J T^SI imuutj L*Ljlfc**>lb somebody to agree to marry her fnr nno ,/oo^ rn thof c-ho r.«,il/-rtO forone veaohatshe coud . . The Kil i asked the men to "c^rtWm-. son Box 2000. It seems that Dalek — or his publicity agent — was one of 250 men who wrote letters to ; Miss 2000. : So she got hitched to Dalek — a when he speaks.