Underlying femininity.

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Underlying femininity. - Orchid m j Can nag More than two hundred girls...
Orchid m j Can nag More than two hundred girls and their escorts will attend the Harvest Hop tonight, and if the girls have had anything to do with the more detailed preparations, preparations, there will be almost two hundred corsages composed of orchids, in one form or other. The Query conducted by -Bulletin -Bulletin is not clear on whether these preferences express a de facto · ^ situation, or whether it is merely a matter of wishful thinking. We were interested to observe that m m * · v ' although blue orchids (are there such?) were among those mentioned, mentioned, the far-from-shrinking green orchid was utterly neglected. neglected. It is costly, rare, and quite * exotic, to say nothing of the price. Girls,. did you know that ? But there is a moral to be inferred inferred from the fact that many preferred white orchids. Are Get Them Barnard girls thus displaying their underlying femininity, their belief in the world of men, all convincing evidence to the contrary, notwithstanding ? Could it that the girls pine for a long marriage procession at which the bride carried "the most elegant corsage, my dear ?" · -- ·· If this is the case, the setting for the Harvest Hop will prove ing a bit out of place, but if the ditional spirit of fun, and Hallowe'en prevails at the large social event of the year, colored leaves, pumpkins, and ' ·*· r · -1^. _ _ 1 r i tf-i^i TI huge haystacks should provide amusing keynote on which to begin the evening's festivities. The music will be furnished by the Dartmouth College f Barbary Coast Orchestra, and dancing will continue from 9:30 until a.m.

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  1. Barnard Bulletin,
  2. 03 Nov 1939, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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