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Feeling that University students only get a chance to express their opinion about spinach, the foreign debt, likeliness to succeed, and such matters, the Blanchard-Dorner publicity bureau are asking the twelve outstanding colleges in the country to conduct a poll to determine the most beautiful blonde in America.

Harvard was generously included in the group, and it is understood that Colonel Apted, a couple of deans, and several Fellows are now battling for the honor of conducting the survey here. Members of the Maintenance department and their families are excluded from the polling.

Choosers of the much-publicized "blonde of the month", the Blanchard-Dorner boys enjoy an envious name in their line. Generally they restrict their polling to "an extremely representative committee of outstanding artists and showmen," but this time they have evolved the idea of consulting the leading Universities, which include, besides Harvard, Hobart, Black Mountain, Sturgeon Bay Teachers, Little Creek, Yale, Ripon, C.N.C.N.C.N.C.Y., the Hobo College, Pierre Foundation of Budding Studs, Rollins, and the newly founded Society of Agrarian Aggies.

The circular announcing the poll states that the bureau "will be glad to supply those in charge of the poll with a broadside containing photographs of the twelve competitors." Madeline Carroll and Marlene Dietrich are considered wily wagers to hit the wire first by those in the know.

Hannah Dorner's communique does not state expressly whether or not those taking charge will be able to put up additional names. In the event that this is possible, it is reliably reported that local potentates will consider the addition of Margaret Toth ocC, local lady of the lamp.

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