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PAGE SIX
HugeSlide Rule
Will Decorate
Engineers' Ball
Committee Chairmen's Guests
Are Announced For A?fair
In Union Tomorrow
Engineers will have to leave their
slide rules at home, and be content
with the big rule which will be used
for decoration at their annual Slide
Rule Ball, which will be held :rom
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday, in the Ramin-
bow Room of the Union.
Sporting red ribbons at the dance
will be the 12 committee-chairmen.
Evelyn Kuivinen, '42A, will be the
guest of George W. Weesner, '41E,
who is general chairman of the af-
fair. John S. Burnham, '42E, pro-
gram chairman, will hate as his guest
Hilda Van Alstyne, '43. Publicity
co-chairman for the affair is Burr
French, '42E, who will attend the
dance with Barbara Yale, '43.
Ruth Mast, '4lEd, will accompany
publicity co-chairman Charles Hein-
en, '41E, while Alex Wilkie, 42E, floor
co-chairman for the ball, has asked
as his guest Eloise Munger, '42.
Irene Toth, of Toledo, has been in-
vited to Ann Arbor for the dance
by Arthur Dobson, '42, who is co-
chairman of the floor committee.
Robert Morrison, '42E, decorations
co-chairman, has asked Anna Jean
Williams to be his guest.
Caroline Sigrist, '43, will be the
guest of Robert Imboden, '42E, who
is ticket chairman for the annual af-
fair.
Janet Shelley, '42, will attend the
dance with Charles Tieman, '41E,
who is decorations co-chairman for
the dance. Seymour Furbush, '41E,
music chairman, has asked Christine
Chambers, '42A, to be his guest at the
ball. Grace Proctor, '43, will be the
guest of Edward King, '41E, who is
patrons chairman for the dance.
Mock Wedding
To Be Feature
Of Style Show
Spring sunshine will be bottled
up in special ensembles of play
clothes, campus clothes, date dresses,
formal wear and wedding attire
which will be modeled by 22 campus
mannequins from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30
p.m. today at the style show on the
second floor of the League.
Six Michigan men have been asked
to serve as assistants for the style
showing of a formal wedding party.
Margot Thom, '42, and Tom Har-
mon, '41, will act as the bridal couple.
Jane Graham, '43, will be maid-of-
honor with Ed Frutig, '41, appearing
as best man.
Bridesmaids will include Mary Ma-
por, '42, Betty Kepler, '41, Katherine
Forberg, '41, and Elizabeth Luckam,
'42. Ushers will be Jim Tobin, '41,
Don Canham, '41, Dick Arbuckle, '42,
and Jeff Hall, '41.
Drawings will be held for three
door prizes-a hat, an imported
sweater, and a pair of shoes. Bill
Sawyer and his orchestra will play
for the show, the theme of which
will center around activities of the
League, the recent JGP and forth-
coming Installation Banquet, and
class projects.
Chairman of the show is Virginia
Osgood, '41, who is chairman of the
League social committee, and she
is assisted by Dorothy Merki, '42

YIargot Thom, '42, is in charge of the
wedding party, while Virginia Morse
'43, and Julie Chockley, '43, are pub-
licity co-chairmen.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TH1URSDAY, APRJL 3, 1042

iaheBy JiNNear Gap-
By JEANNE +CRUMP

Here's the picture of a well-
dressed co-ed, Margaret HRrris,
'41, having her picture taken. Each
week this scene is re-enacted as
the photographer poses the "Best
Dressed," and it brings to mind two
points closely connected with the
wearing of clothes; that is, model-
ing and photography. Let us assem-
ble for you the points that have
been offered by women here at
the University who have done pro-
fessioral modeling, and let us also
ask Will Sapp, '43, one of the Daily
phototgrahers, to repeat his story,
which was recently printed, on pos-
ing for the camera. It may help
to tuck a feather in the cap of those
of you who are interested in a
career in that field.I
It seems that you and your person-
ality are the important thing. All
kinds of "you's" can be used in pho-
tography for there's a call for a range
from children through all types of
beauties to old people. Modeling of
clothes in stores and shows, however,
is mostly for tall, slender women with
much personal sophistication, but
even here is a need for shorter girl
with just the right look for sport ana
campus clothes. This is the type that1
is employed in the college shopsj
where the "sophisticated lady" would
be out of place.
Even though every conceivable
type is used in photography, most
of those who are interested in this
field are our more beautiful sisters,
who plan to pose for ads or with
clothes in fashion magazines. And
if that's what some want to do,
they'd better be really beautiful, for
oyly extremely good features will
make a hit. On top of that, the
features must be definite with high
cheek bones, and chiseled nose. A
fine complexion and good head of
hair are also necessary. One must
be tall, five feet ten inches being
none too much, wear a size 14 or
16 and be definitely on the slender
side.
One of those who offered informa-
tion about getting work in this field
suggests that you have pictures taken,
to show that you are photogenic, and
take them around to the various ad-
vertising agencies near here. Ther
keep in constant touch with them
drop around for chats with the sec-
retary, remind them of you. Another
thinks it is best to go straight to
New York, and have interviews with
the various schools and agencies. If
you want to wear clothes for stores,
not the camera, this can also be done
1 through agencies, but it is strongly

International
Ball Ticket
Sale To Open
Bids To Be Available At Desks!
In League And Union Starting
Today; Gagan's Band To Play
Tickets for the International Ball
to be held April 26 in the League
Ballroom will go on sale today in the
International Center and at the desks
in the League and Union, Primitiva
Demandante, chairman of the dance,
announced.
The International Ball is the first
formal ball given by foreign students,
on campus. The proceeds of the dance
will be donated to the International
Center, the meeting place for students
I from other countries.

Course Number System Is Discovered
To Possess Actual 'Rhyme And Reason'

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13y JANET HIATT
i1-42-U-38 - not football signals
the numbers on tickets stubs, but
a logical two-year course in psychol-
ogy, according toethe course number-
.ng s ystema of the Literary College.
The system has reason if not rhyme,
despite the fact that English I and
II may seem to be the only courses
whose numbers were not just picked
at random out of a hat. All courses
are numbered according to their de-
gree of advancement and the pre-
requisites necessary to their pur-
suit.
Courses Have Reason
For example, courses between 1 and
99 are elementary and intermediate,
while those under 30 are open to
freshmen. Courses from 100 to 1991
are more advanced, thus designed for
juniors, seniors( and graduate stu-
dents.
Courses over 200 are especially for
graduates, while those over 300 are
Crease Ball Tickets

graduate seminars. Odd numbered ever, there is no good reason why
courses are those offered first semes- some beginning courses are 1 and
ter, while even numbered courses are i 2, others 7 and 8, and others 11 and
offered second semester. 12 just as there is no reason why
Numbers Are Explained i some sophomore courses are 31 and
Thus a student in economics, us- 1 others 51, or why there is no course
ually waits until his sophomore year ( numbered 13.
for elementary economics 51 and 521 Probably the person most likely to
or 71 and 72 until his junior year criticize the system for its occasional
for the specialized courses with num- mutual confusion of both professor
bers over 100. A junior student may and student, however, would be the
also expect competition from grad- student who spent four weeks in a
uate students in an over 100 course, political science course under the de-
whereas in under 100 courses he will lusion that he was in an English
find chiefly sophomores in his class. literature course and was learning
The first reform in the numbering "backgiound"-and all because the
system was instituted last fall at two courses had the same number.
which time all courses on approxi-
mately the same scholastic level were
put on the same numerical level. Give a CORSAGE
Gaps in the numbering system are
filled in by course numbers in the by CHELSEA
Graduate Center in Detroit, or courses
of the Extension School or the Sum-
mer Session.
Continuity Is Found

Gagan To Playt
Outstanding features of the dancea
will include the sweet and smootha
rhythms of Frank Gagan's orchestra,c
the songs of Shirley De Rose and col-
orful folk dances of several foreign x
countries.
These folk dances will be presented
by students dressed in costumes of
their native lands. Music which hasl
SDaily Photo by Rick Strangtraditionally accompanied these
MARGARET hARRIS dances will be played on a variety of
instruments.
A date bureau will be conducted i
suggested that you go straight to the by Mrs. Ruth Wendt, language coun-
store. Many who were interviewed say selor of the dormitories. Foreign stu-i
that, for a good stepping stone to dents and students of the United
better modeling, you should go to the States who would like to attend the
stores where you have bought your dance should consult with her.
clothes for years, and so may get a
job because. yoCu are known. Committees Announiced
The decorations for the dance will
Above all, while deciding what have the cosmopolitan atmosphere of
to do and where to do it, remember the 60 nations from which University
your personality and pep. It shows! students come.
You may have beauty, but charac-
ter is important too, and so is trim- Committees for the dance are head-
ness and poise and posture. ed by Miss Demandante assisted by
Katherine Balint, Grad., of Hungary,
Your first appearance in photo- Kazim Ogel, Grad., of Turkey, Cheng
graphs is just as important as it is Kwei Tseng, Grad., of China and
in real life . . . if you want to catch Henry Caldera-Pallais, Grad., of Nic-
the reader's eye.-aragua.
To do this, watch your posture, Traeug k
Iyour make-up and your hands. y 4 Those in charge of selling tickets
Ty to lookesual,d yet erect-toss are Doris Nashald, '41, Jack Tsu, '41E,
Tyo hekdplu, yet erehand-on Pratap Chand, '42, Ismail Khaldi,
your head, rlae your hands on Grad., and Ubel Guavanssen, Grad.
I .-.. t ., fee1 rerd. ndUelGavnseGrd

Are Still

On Sale

A few tickets for the annual Crease
Ball which will be held tomorrow in
the League Ballroom are still on sale
in the quadrangle of the Lawyers'
Club.
Everett Hoagland and his band
will set the tempo for the dance
which is open only to barristers.
Shelves of books 12 feet high will be
placed on either end of the ball-
room placing the jurists in a familiar
atmosphere. A legal caricature, in-
cluding coif, and representing Crease.
Court will be located behind the band.

This accounts for jumps as from
Political Science 2 to 51 or Physics
26 to 37. The most continuity is
found in languages and sciences; the
least in the social sicences where
study branches. into very different
fields after the elementary courses in-
stead of following a straight line
of advancement.
Within their various brackets, how-

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Chapter House
Activity Notes
Alpha Delta Pi announces the re-
cent pledging of Betty Churchill, '44,
of Ann Arbor.
Twelve men were initiated by Del-
ta Upsilon. The new members are
Edwin Allmendinger, '44; Richard
Ford, '44; Robert Grunder, '44; Wil-
liam Garvey, '41; Theodore Jacob,
'44; Theodore Kirby, '41; George Ma-
dory, '44; Sterling Maxwell, '44; Ber-
nard Osmond, '42; Loren Sexauer,
'44; William Steen, '44; and John
Walcott, 44.

your nips-try co xc .u
And about make-up. You can hard-
ly wear too much to please the photo-}
grapher who is seeking a contrast
between white skin and dark lips.
Trivial as these points may seem tor
be, they can make an ordinary photo
striking
It's the light colors that photo
graph best, so remember this when
you are choosing your wardrobe for
the picture. All dark colors, no mat-
ter how differently toned, will pho-
tograph practically black.
When the shutter is about to click,
your hands may begin to feel big,f
for your lack of knowledge of what
to do with them. If you have this
trouble. carry a book, purse or anoth-
er appropriate object.
Even if you have found that one
side of your face looks better than
the other (anal I pity you if it does)
don't contort yourself to present
that side to the camera. Real na-
turalness, which will show in the
picture, will look better than "your
better face" if you have to get in
an awkward position to show it.
Action helps a fashion shot just
as much as it does a football picture.

Class Registration
In Physical Education
To Beg in Tomorrow
Registration for required work for
the coming outdoor season, which
will begin Wednesday, will be held
from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. tomorrow and
from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday
in Barbour Gymnasium.
Upperclass students electing phys-
ical education classes are to regis-
ter from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from
1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday in
Office 15, Barbour Gymnasium.
Additional classes for electives will
be offered as follows: Elementary
Tennis, Intermediate Tennis, Arch-
ery and Elementary Riding to be
held at 3:20 p.m. every Friday.

GREATER PROFITS FOR
with a well-lighted
"PICTURE WINDOW"
Flowers have a sales appeal all
their own. Show them in their
true beauty by means of fluores-
cent lamps. A "picture window"
in the evening will prove to be
one of the most powerful selling
aids you can devise. Call any
Detroit Edison office for expert
advice without charge.

Or

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Another "change-about" fashion
success! Robin Hood jerkins to
button over tailored shirts. Skirts
to match for a jumper dress ef-
fect. Tailored of an attractive
hopsacking-weave wool, you'll
want to mix and match your
colors foir spring wardrobe
variety.
Yellow, pink., light and dark.
blies, brown, black.

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A hand on the hip, a foot on a step
-things like this will give your pic-
ture that freshness that will make
the reader look at it more than once.

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HOT DOG
ROSY FUTURE

Give a Fine
Photograph
for Easter
There is stir time to have a
photograph of yourself made for
an Easter gift. Make an appoint-
ment for your sitting now.

SPORT BRIEFS
in Adefta 010x.t~
Bright cheery colors add a new
touch of gaiety to these clever
sport briefs.
Durable and easy to launder, they
are ideal for sports wear. You'll
want several to match your various
sports costumes.
Colors:
WHITE, RED, TURQUOISE,
MAIZE, BLUE, NAVY, TEAROSE

Wonderful subtle shades by Revlon, famous for
fashion-rightness, famous for long-wearing qual-
ity. Wear Cherry Coke, brilliant burnished red,
with beige . . . hot Dog, luscious bronzed rose,
with tweeds and stripes. .. Rosy Future, American
Beauty, with navy. Make-up colors you can't be
without this very American Springtime. Get your
long, long-wearing Revlon Nail Enamel (600),
hnmoniinz Lipstick (600 & 1.00) and Cheek

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