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Poge Twenty Four

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, February 6, 1943

1 Ne 1TyWevForTH IC IAND IYIaura, erur 6 4

Feminine Microcosm Is fnclyzed
Stoo pinkish. Nor are they so mod- a A warM
y West that we lead a static existence.
Being slightly biased on this point
Fro Thm(since we males must stick o
From Thee wgether as the proverbial birds of
a feather are said to do) I never-
V e NAarn O theless give no ground when I say
that females are the bane of man's
existence. We can't get along with .
Once in a great while it becomes them; nor can we do without them.
necessary to assert oneself. This I The typical femme fatale is always
shall proceed to do without further the ingenue-ever helpless, yet
deliberation. My assertions are able to cope with difficulties in a
centered about that strange, un- method that is nothing short of THE TOWN CRIERS
fathomable, irrational microcosm admirable. Women live in ex-
-WOMAN. Up to now, I have led tremes. Nothing is "fair" to them. are featured with Les Brown's "Band of Renown."
a simple, everyday sort of life, " It is either very good, or very bad.
without much reason for delibera- The weather is lovely, or it is hor- a long. session at school. I dash naive, don't y'know. P. T. Barnum
tion or complexities. I have pretty rible. Never moderate. The new hat over to see her toute de suite. She had a word for it, but it's provok-
nuch done as I pleased without is beautiful, or it is frightfully hor- knows I'm coming. I rush in ing to see ourselves being twisted
thinking twice about it, swearing, rd
studying, sleeping a d in short ::g Take this enfant terrible of breathless ... eager ... hungry ... around that little finger so often
getting a kick out of life because mine. She is a typical member of she's out for the evening and who spoken about in re affairs of the
I thought I was being independent. DOLLY MITCHELL her species. I compliment her new shall I say called.?.. e
But'things have changed lately. No .'Kenton's vocalist gown; it is ravishing, interest-pro- But in the final analysis, we men Make no mistake, friend, they're
Ionger do I lead a unilinear exis- voking. But I do not notice that it are doomed. We thrive on such a all alike, from virgin to vixen. If
tence. And the reason, alas, is WO- built, chrome plated, plush lined: has a detachable jacket, and he routine. It is an ipso facto argu- you're thwarted, do not despair
MAN. A genuine, .dyed-in-the- all this and something more. tells me about later in the evening. ment that women enjoy it too. We and do not lo longingly toward
wool, sophisticated to-the-point- We males are, on the whole, I reply that the gadget escaped fight for what we want, and the the bottle of iodine in your medi-
of- blowing- smoke- through- her- moderate, rational beings; we my -notice. I'm no Schiaparelli. women, God Bless Them, make be- cine cabinet. Instead, you too
nose - when - she - smokes woman function with at least some degree That puts me in the doghouse for lieve they waht no part of the ar- should play hard to get. Try it. I
with all the essential trimmings. of sensibility. Our philosophies to- the .rest of the evening. (Move gument. But do not be led astray, did, and look where it got me... in
And a redhead. at that. Custom ward life are not too extreme, not over, Rover,) I return home after friend. We men are always so the end.
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