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By W. E. llill Copyright. 1M7. by Cbictro Tnbww-N. Υ Ν#*» Syndicat*-. 1m Their dancing date was arranged by mutual friends. They said he was a regular Fred Astaire on a' dance floor. And he was led to expect a second Ginger Rogers— only with more pep and charm. They're both making the best of it, though the same thought is running through their minds, "Can this possibly be the person I've heard so much about?" "Oh, yeah? Well, how was I to know that her sister would be mouse-faced ?" (Just the usual post-mortem after a blind date with the plain sister of a good looker. The friend suspects trickery.) I X , vi T~"· Joe had been telling Mary what a grand guy his friend Bert was. So Mary said, "Fine, bring him along and I'll ask Dottie-v^,) to meet him." And here's Bert. Mary, who, wonders how friend Dottie will take him, is hoping that he has lots of money or.^ social position, or something, to offset lack ! "How tall is he? Does he really dance well or just so-so? Has he a car ? Where will we go for dinner ?'" Showing girl who has been fooledj too often, getting the low-down The blind date following a ^Rone~flirtation. "I'll meet you at the store entrance," she said. "I'm wearing black, with a little black hat and a short face veil." And he said he would be wearihg a white carnation. He's right on hand with the white carnation, but it seems as though every girl in the city had stepped out in a little black hat with a short veil. Mabel is very nervous, for this is her first blind date. Meets a girl ',1 chum and can't remember the new boy friend's name and can't intro duce him. Which is awkward because her girl friend will broadcast "Mabel was so afraid I would steal her beau, she wouldn't in troduce me!" This is Harry's sister's ' roommate at college and sister arranged a blind. date for her to attend junior prom with Harry. -«r You 11 simply be mad about Eisa," wrote sister. "So sparkling and / so clever." Eisa is special-1 izing in biology, zoology! and such, and uill talk shop. So has a weak stomach, has to hear all about the reflexes of the frog they cut up in "lab" last week. j'Tm your old friend Bill's col lege roommate, and he asked line to look vou up as soon as I got to town," etc., etc. Show ing man in phone booth trying Ihard to convince a girl friend of his pal's that they have mutual friends. She was his day nurse \at the hospital and when, later, he called her on the phone and asked her to meet I him for dinner, she ^accepted. She's won- ^ ydering if they will , j recognize each other. ^ Because she never saw him except in ^ pajamas, and he only ^ saw her in her cap ■ and uniform. Street /clothes make a dif ference.