||Randy had hoped to become drama critic for the newspaper and was disappointed when he was assigned to interview the new debutantes until he met Ellen. Ellen was young, beautiful and full of life, and Randy fell for her quickly. Ellen found him exciting, but try as he might, none of their interests matched. While Randy was covering a big news story he arranged a double-date with his friend Ron and Ellen's roommate. At the play Randy knew Ellen was bored but Rosalie was interested in him. Randy realized it was Rosalie he really loved, which relieved Randy, happy to be free to play the field.
||Pencils: Warren Kremer | Inks: Warren Kremer | Letters: Joe Rosen|