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---- of New System.
Seniors Make Plans for Initiation
of New Members to Be Held "Tanya's god is the god of all
Russia today, of all those who are
in Late Spring. looking forward. It is the machine
the miraculous machine that is go-
Members of Senior Society, honor ing so soon to give them all that
organization for women, met at they desire." Thus says Lorine Pru-
Mosher Hall for a business meeting ette in her article "Tanya Craves a
Thursday night. Ford," appearing in a recent issue
Plans were discussed for the ini- of the Outlook.
tiation of new members which will In Tanya's eyes the Russia of the
be held in May. At this time a ban- working woman is a wonderful
quet is to be given for the alumnae. place. She wbrks long hours, does
Women are elected to the Senior extra work, attends night classes,
Society by the unanimous vote of and lives with few physical com-
the present members. Any woman forts, but she is happy. It is her
who has been active in campus proud part in the Five Year plan,
a fairs and who is not connected I which she believes in implicitly.
with a sorority may be proposed by The living conditions among the
members for this honor. working people are terrible, sanita-
tion being only a matter of govern-
Success in Interior mental policy,/says Miss Pruette.
The worker stands in line for hours
Decoration Demands for everything but, vodka and .lives
miserably in crowded houses with
Skill in Directing
"Patience, tact, and ability to sell N T RAM T T R AL
your ideas convincingly in addition N T E RC LA S S
to definite business training and
skill in directing the work of others N E S
as well as being capable of dealing j
with many different types of people !_ __ _
are necessary to assure success in Swimming.
interior decoration and styling,"
wyne Ros inan atic e Women will have one more\ op-
says Gwynne Ross in an article in portunity to be timed this morning
this month's Pictorial Review. between 10 and 11 o'clock at the
It is more difficult to make con Union pool for the intramural
nections in decorating than other swimming meet to be held Tuesday
fields of work, and many young night, April 5.
omen have gotten their start by Those who would like to better
first working as stenographer in a their times may also come. There
decorating business. A course in will be three speed events to enter,
decoration takes two or three years, the crawl, back, and breast; beside;°
and then five more of technicalyT
practical is essential in order to a relay and diving. These last twA
will not be entered before the final
really consider yourself a member meet.
of the profession.
"The number of young girls with The 16 highest in each event will
art-school training far exceeds the be chosen to swim in the final meet.
demands for their services," con-I The women who have qualified will
tinues Miss Ross. "Frequently the be notified Saturday night, April 2.
stylist has to make her own oppor- For further information call Miss
tunity to try out her designs. She Marie Hartwig at Barbour gymna-
has to overcome opposition to in- sium or Corinne Fries.
novation by convincing the manu-
facturer that her ideas will help to SEANCES
market her output.
Miss Ross stresses the necessity Direct voices through trumpet
of definite business ability, and the 3:30 Sunday
practical knowledge of how to get at
the best value for every dollar ex- 514 Forest Ave.
pended. "Moreover," she says, "abil- Announced by
ity to keep accurate records and BLANCHE WAITE CALLAAN
write good sales-promotion -letters +iealer
are valuable assets."

side by side with medieval sanita- "Beauty is a curse and it hamp-
tion and ignorance. ered the acting of the film stars in
Yet people like Tanya, not 'oung the days of the silent films," is the
Communists, as the author empha- opinion of E. A. Baughan, an Eng-
sizes, but Young Russians, work on lish critic as quoted in a recent is-
past their strength. Because theIsuofTeLtryDis.
task seems too great f o r the sue of The Literary Digest.
strength of the people, the author According to Baughan, screen lad-
is skeptical of the success of the ies had only to pose in a graceful
"too boastful" Five Year Plan. manner to obtain popularity in the
old day of the silent films. However,
Candy Sale Prec eds when the talkies made their debut
Used for Loan Fund "the act of speaking upset all their
mannerisms" and "the real actress
Proceeds from the sale of candy then came into her own."
at the Iota Sigma Pi candy stand at "Few of the great actresses have
the University of Illinois, at pres- been beautiful in the ordinary
ent, amount to $100, according to a sense," continues Baughan, nam-
report made by Esther Weber, pres- ing Ellen Terry and Sarah Bern-
ident of the organization. Profits hardt as examples. He concludes
from these sales make up the new by saying "In films, acting is con-
loan fund which the clmistry so- tinually being spoiled by having to
rority established in 1931. The fund.
loaned in $50 amounts, is available bear the primeval curse of beauty."
to any deserving girl who has com--
pletedat least 20 hours in chem- Motor vehicle traffic in Ohio has
isted. doubled in six years.
Members of Iota Sigma Pi and of - -
the Chemistry department work at
the stand in shifts selling candy six
periods of each day.
Detroit has a factory which pro-
duces 12,000,000-pins a day.
To All Principal C

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