0 7/ ABOUT
ARE YOU A GCCD R^0'7;hTS‘
Better give yourself a quick check
up. Maybe the guy you live with has
been too polite to tell 5''ou.
Ansvv'er "No" or "Yes" to these quest
ions. If you answer "No" to at least
25, you're a pretty fair rco.Trxiate; 35
to 40 incicates you're yvonderful; ;nore
than UO incicates you're too good to
be true. If, on the other hand, your
"No's" are below 15, you should be a
1. Do you los6 your temper easily?
2. Do you get in the dumps and eulk?
3. Do you talk too much*?
4. Do you read out loud?
5. Do you gossip continually abo.ut
6. Do you fail to consider his likes
7. Do you hog the mirror when shaving?
8. Do you expect to be included in all
your roommate's invitations?
9. Do you invite fellows to stay when
there really isn't room for them?
10. Do you brag about your work?
11. Do you rely on j'-our roommate for
12. Do you talk too much about your
13. Do you bore him with your troubles?
lA. Do you try to be the boss?
15. Do you ask questions about personal
16. Do you lack common interests?
17. Do vou lack respect for his privacy?
18. Do you lack mutual friends?
19. Do you lack respect for each other?
20. Do you play the radio or phonograph
21. Do you take the best dra?jers and
hog all the closet space?
22. Do you get late phone calls?
23. Do you hang on the phone with un
necessary long chit-chatting?
24. Do you forget to empty the ash
trays and waste baskets?
25. Do you throw a party without first
'asking your roommate if the time
is convenient for his?
Do you litter the room with news-
papers, clothes and junk?
27. Do you neglect cleaning up after
a party or after you have had
28, Do you forget to pay half of the
29- Do you quibble about bills after
they are run up?
30. Do you monopolize the mcrning
31. Do you disturb him when you can't
sleep at night?
32. Do you insist on too much fresh
air, or none?
33. Do you turn on all the lights and
radio when you come home late?
3/1.. Do you forget to turn out all the
lights when you go out?
35. Do you think the laundry bag and
wa':te basket are meant for every
one except j^'ou?
36. Do you take hours in the bathroom?
37* Do you forget to hang up the bath
mat and your wet towel?
38. Do you let the water faucets drip?
39, Do you forget to wash out the tub
and wash bowl?
UO. Do you a’-pear messy, unshaven or
partly dressed in front of his girl
All Do you droo cigarette ashes all
A2i Do you smoke in bed?
43* Do you try to date his girls?
44* Do you borrow his clothes without
permission or return a shirt
without having it laundered?
45. Do you borrow money or cigarettes
' Several of the rocord compaaics arc
having aomo of their st -.rn rocord somol-
of their best works in an effort to beat
the Pctrillo ban, Tv/o of these are FOR
YOU by Joe Alexander and TIT5RE AH'S SUCH
TIIINrrS^by C-lenn Hiller, Stan 1‘enton has
reissued one of his old albums which in
cludes EQUADOE, IjOK'T LIE, and I
DON'T MCfJ. '.^-lY, IlirSR^.ISSION R17F, I LOVE
YOU—I'.a YOURS, C0LU;3ERATI0N„ Two rela
tively new tunes on the novelty side are
COLD ICY ^TKGIRS by Spade Coley and KSV ER
TRUST A WO lAN by Tex T.'illiams. Louis
Jordan is out with a sequel to beware
which he calls LOOK OUT, As ever at
Christms time, Saminjr Kc.yefe VililTE CHRIST-
;viAS and Bing Crosby's SILTIKT rflGIIT HOLY
illGIiT are the best vsellers. Also very
popular at this tirae are CIIRISTi.iAS DREAI5S
by Richard Pago, along with the theme song
from T:1UCtED VICTORY, TI!E '.'lilFFEKPOOF SONG
by Tex Beneke, Artie Shaw comes ovit with
one of his best releases in years with
GLODIviY SUIIDAY, and our gal Jo Stafford
wants to know about NE’T YEAR'S EVE. The
Ink Spots keep in the running with VfflY
DIDiS'P YOU T'JLL IJi] and Savannah Churchill
is FOOLIS'ILY YOURS, Eddy Howard does a
nice job on HO’7 SOON, and Del Courtney
comcs up with one of his rare recordings
in DEEP VMLEY, Frank Devald does a super
job on such old hits as THE TOUCH OF YOUR
KAITD, DANCIZn CTHEK TO CITr K, "THE";E OR
IIEH, and GlWi. .1] S0.3TIJING TO REIZRI.BER
YOU BY in an album he recently .
recorded for Decca.. LO.SIRLOU by Jan August
currently is a best seller, along with TELL
ME DREALi FACj'j by Liitchel Ayers, On the
blues and boogie side CHICAGO BOOGIE ’/OOGE
by the Five Blazes and DO’."® HOWiE BLUES by
Joe Liggins are currentIj/ on the air wavers.