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Anti-Lampy Propagandist To Invade Poon Tonight

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One of Lampy's guests at its annual spring dance tonight--although they don't know it yet--will be the young lady who immortalized herself yesterday by referring to Harvard's Funnymen as "dim-witted juveniles with eye-sight corresponding to the length of their hair."

The guest-to-be, Jane Monroe is president of the Club Mannequin, a group of Boston models which was roused to vociferous anger by the 'Poon's invitation to Hollywood actress Marjorie Woodworth to their frolic when so many beautiful girls were hanging around Boston.

After asserting in the afternoon that she "wouldn't go across the Charles to a dance with a Lampoon man to be stepped on by clumsy boys wearing checkered coats, dirty white shoes, and sloppy fiannel pants," Miss Monroe turned around in the evening and accepted an invitation from John C. Robbins, Jr. '42, a special guest of the Ibisters.

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