Education: Girls Are Girls

The three Dartmouth men had a date at Smith, and no place to spend the night.

One of them ended up by wangling a bed in the Northampton jail. That convinced them that what the college man needed was a guide to women's college towns, telling where to eat, sleep and dance.

Their book, For Men Lonely, by Wil liam Jones, Donald Mose and Richard O'Riley (Ripley Publishing Co., Hanover, N.H.; $1), came out last week. It covered twelve eastern women's colleges,† included maps of each campus and hints on how to act there: "The Vassar campus boasts everything from a nine-story Tudor...

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