CO-EDIQUETTE by Elizabeth Eldridge


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A guide to behavior for the co-ed, as presented by a sorority representative (one assumes) who has visited one co-educational university after another. She takes up the etiquette of rushing, initiations, what to do if you don't make a sorority, extra-curricular activities as a substitute. Questions of dating, wall flowers, bull session, the housemother, the honor system, smoking, drinking, curfew rules. Major problems are those of co-eds, but there is much of value for all girls, in their relations with boy friends. Good stuff -- and not a bit preachy in the handling.

Pub Date: June 3rd, 1936
Publisher: Dutton