ARMY: Girls for Our Boys

Who should visit Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Ark. but rotund Elsa Maxwell, professional party-liner for café society. Last week, interviewed by the New York World-Telegram, Miss Maxwell had some unexpectedly shrewd observations to make about the U.S. Army's morale. Said she:

". . . You can't relegate them to the nursery or 1918. The pace has changed. These men are not going to stand for . . . rationed entertainment. It's the bunk to them. Tiddlywinks is no substitute for a girl. . . .

"I asked them what they wanted in the way of entertainment. They said, 'We'd like girls....

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