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SINCE fire fighting is not a regular course of study at Vassar, they have left it all to the fire department. In fact there is a rule forbidding girls to extinguish a fire, even if they can do it with a glass of water. "Lose a minute and save a fire" is their motto.
It seems that this rule was adopted last year when a girl found a fire blazing in her waste basket. Guided by the motto "Save a minute and save a house" she tossed the burning contraption out the window. But it landed right in front of a passing professor, who computed that a good fire and a professor's life were more worth saving than a minute and a house, and thus began the rule.
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Larry Kelley, late star of the Yale bowl, had a screen test taken in Hollywood last summer, and made such a hit that he has been approached by Lou Erwin, motion picture promoter, according to a Norwalk, Connecticut paper.
Erwin handles the Ritz Brothers and Ethel Merman, which may be a lead as to what type of an actor Kelley will be.
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Returning from his vacation late Thursday night, an Eliot, House Junior found his bed unmade, decided to use the bedding of his roommate, who never used his bed anyway.
He yanked the mattress onto the floor and carried the sheets and blankets into his own room. Then he returned to put the mattress back on the bed. He was surprised on lifting it to find his roommate left on the floor, still asleep.
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