Archie hopes to win Betty's heart by being her partner in a dance competition. Will Riverdale's resident klutz trip the light fantastic, or merely trip up? Then, the local paper sponsors a contest awarding a thousand dollars to the most frugal teen. Guess which master of the "cheap date" enters the contest? Finally, when she gets a job making submarine sandwiches, Betty learns that special orders are more than "meats" the eye!
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Book 2 of the drama-full story of BETTY. "And don't forget the medical bag! I love you! Bye!" Mom yelled. I smiled. I had just gotten in the car, and I was headed of to Yale. It was only five hours away, so I could drive. At a stoplight, I saw Veronica. She followed me. When I stopped to get gas, she stopped too. "Betty, I'm so sorry for hurting you. I never wanted-" I didn't let her finish. "Our friendship is over. You won the war for Archie. I didn't. And that's what we bonded over. Archie. Now, I have to go. I can't whip up a private jet, I have to drive." "But-" "GOODBYE!" I climbed into the car. As I left the station, I saw Veronica on the ground, sobbing. I do feel a little bad for doing that to her, but she hurt me beyond repair. 4 hours later, I've arrived at Yale! I went into the adminnistartion office, to get my books, schedule, and dorm room number. "There you go Ms. Cooper. Have a nice day!" I walked down the hall in the girls dorm, and went to room 439. I walked into the room, and found a girl who looked like Ethel in a chair. She looked up. It was Ethel! "Hi Ethel! It's me, Betty!" Ethel smiled. "I know. I heard you were in the same dorm room as me. Welcome to Yale. You get that bunk." She pointed to a twin bed risen 5 feet of the ground, with a ladder attached, and a desk, mini fridge, and a small dresser underneath. Yale was going to be awesome! Next book