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"Love her? Why we are thrilled every time we see her; she is the greatest little girl in the world," declares John Otvos '39, President of the We-Love-Deanna-Durbin Club of Harvard.
The club was organized for the purpose of "the association of admirers and lovers of Deanna Durbin at Harvard." There are no dues and the only requirement for membership is that a prospective membership is that a prospective member must see every Durbin picture three times and dream about her four nights in succession.
At present the club is having a feud with the Deanna Durbin Devotees, a national organization. When Nelson Blair, National Secretary of the Devotees, was informed of the Harvard club's stiff admission requirements, he replied that the Devotees were much more loyal to "the most beautiful girl in the world." Blair said he saw "100 Men and a Girls" 24 times. "They are not serious enough for us," commented President Otvos.
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