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1941

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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League Will Check 'C nceniu
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Women's Eligibility
By New Method Comprise Dutie
.Eligibility for participation in all4
League activities will be ascertained By JEAN GILMER
in a single step under the new system
being introduced this fall by the Being photographed in a fur coat
Merit Committee. at the Central Park Zoo on a swel-
There will be no rush, fuss and tering July day, wading .through
deadline for signing cards for each piles of sample clothes that cluttered
individual petition. the editorial office in knee-deep con-i
This is how it is done, step by step. fusion, making the rounds of the
A copy of each student's blueprint, or 7th Avenue wholesale dress markets,
transcript in the case of transfers, modelling pet finds under the criti-
is brought to Room 2 in University cal scrutiny of her co-workers, be-
Hall. There her eligibility card is ing 'entertained regally at a lunch-
issued to her. Any day from 3 p.m. eons, and inspecting , Manhattan
to 5 p.m., beginning next Monday, night life-these were the duties of
she may take the card to the under- Jeanne Crump, '42, as a guest editor
graduate office of the League where for the college issue of Mademoiselle.
a representative of the merit system Although the guest editors dabbled
will be on hand to sign it. in everything and were expected to
Immediately after an eligible wo- contribute bright ideas for art work,
man has submitted her card, a record make-up, and promotion schemes,'
of her activities and eligibility is Miss Crump was also given a column
filed in the undergraduate offices, of her own to write. She made a
where it is on hand for every project "conscientious canvass" of the littleI
chairman to check. out-of-the-way shops, looking forl
A meEting of members of the merit things unusual, from sarongs to slap'
system committee will be held at 4:30 on the wall of your room to enam-
p.m. Thursday in the League, Mar- elled fishies to pin on your sweater.
jorie Polumbaum, '42, committee As assistant fashion editor, she
chairman, announced. went to market-that is, she visited

.anvassing 'Moc
s Of Summer F

Ii ng, Writing, Varied Athletic Program Offered Freshmen
ash ion Editor New students, both transfers andsn
freshmen, are provided with a varied skating holds sway in the University (for participation in water games and
-- - - - - --- . rsmnaepoie wt aidcoliseum, stunts. meets in the Union pool.
stayed at a women's hotel and had program in the physical education Team sports for the winter months Dancing classes are many and in-
a department, from which they may
riotous time, we hear. "They were -are indoor baseball and indoor bas- teresting. Modern dance class for
a wonderful bunch, gay, witty, and choose the classes they prefer to ;at-
uninhibited," Miss Crump reports. tend ketball. Body mechanics designed to' both beginners and intermediates,,
The regular staff saw to it that the Nine principal classes in which5improve posture and to help women elementary, intermediate tap danc-
collegiate members saw New York most of the instruction is offered out gain a general grace in body carriage ing, American country dancing, folk
from the Bowery to the Bronx, with of doors, comprise the fall and spring1 are also offered at this time dancing and social or ballroom danc-
a trip to LaGuardia Field thrown in. programs. Beginning and advanced Beginners can get inLo the swim in ing are included. A class for music
The job of college guest editor isn't archers have an adequate range per- the Barbour Gynasium pool, and majors stressing the relationship be-
all work, we gathered, when we mitting shooting at 30, 40, and 50' the intermediate class, for both bet tween music and the dance Is also
heard about the luncheons given for yards.
the staff by several large depart- University Golf Course near the 1 tering skill in individual strokes and offered.
ment stores which were followed by Stadium is the scene of elementary,
forums in which the 14 had a chance intermediate, and advanced golf
to voice the collegiate point of view. classes, while riding classes have also
Parties at the Stork Club and the been devised according to experience.
Rainbow Room were climaxed by the Team sports classes are offered at*n
huge fashion show that Mademois- this time also in volleyball, speedball,
elle gave for 500 buyers. The "Col- hockey and softball. Classes in camp
lege Clinic" as it was called, was craft are also available as well as
planned by the guest staff, who in- canoeing classes which learn to pad- 3Q2 South Stone St. (Near Liberty St.)
troduced themselves in cap and gown dle on the Huron River.
at the beginning of the show. During the indoor season, inter- -FOUNTAIN PENS
Regular model's pay for posing in class and intra-class tournaments are TYPEWRITERS
a raincoat while clinging to the back held in conjunction with elementary
of a stationery fire engine, much free and intermediate badminton classes. STUDENT SUPPLIES
loot from stores to take back to col- Both beginning and intermediate
lege, a gay social whirl, a first-hand I fencers also have classes, while ice
acquaintanceship with bigwigs in the - ~ -
fashion field, as well as an intimate
knowledge of how the wheels go
round in an up-and-coming maga-
zine office, and a flock of flattering
offers for jobs-that's what Miss
Crump got out of her job as guest
editor-that and lots of ambitious
ideas about doing great things as a
career woman.

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JEANNE CRUMP

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THIS YEAR you will find, as many
years of Michigan students have found be-
fore you, that the Arcade Jewelry Shop is
campus headquarters for:.
COLLEGE & FRATERNITY JEWELRY
ENGRA VING
HIGH..GRADE WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING
Jiade ewer Lop
1 NiCKEs ARCADE

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yipe, sounding much like, "Cut." When not on the prowl, this thing is also

all the wholesale houses looking for
those dreams of formals, the kind
that get yoi mentioned in The Daily's
column. The cream of the crop was
then sent to the editorial office via
messenger, where the guest editors
congregated in the late afternoon to
deliver their verdicts which will dic-
tate campus fashion this year as
each one modelled her own particular
favorites.
,All members of the staff pro tem

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to be seen pacing back and forth on the
sidelines, eyeing the fillys in the crowd with
a glance of such a calibre that one, when
catching it, practically hears howls nearby.
2. The Rabbit. Titled because of a nervous
working of the mouth and a shiftiness of
the eyes, observable when it asks the female
to dance. The dancing of this species al-
ways consists of an exhausted shuffling of
the feet and a slight lifting and lowering of
the shoulders, accompanied by a violent ner-
vous twitch. It murmurs such brilliant
things as "Nice dance," or (when feet en-
counter feet, sharply) "Excuse me," or sim-
pler still, "Ouch!"

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couldn't presume to tell you
to dress at college . . . but we
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we feel we must warn the males. We think we can

get what we-mean across

when we say, quote, she is no queen, unquote.
In a burst of pity, you cut in on the pygmy she
is dancing with, and brother, how you pay and
pay. You will cast imploring St. Bernard eyes
at the wolf line. They will look past you. You
subtly flap a dollar bill in their direction.
They will laugh a cackly laugh. Give up, we
advise you. The only antidote is the usua
medicinal one, or a bribe to someone to tell you
you have an urgent phone call.
But watch your step, and none of you will
need antidotes. In fact, just stay at home.
Knitting gives you a much more benevolent
feeling toward humanity, in general.

3. The There's-One-At-Every-Party Fiend. This leprous thing is the
enthusiastic animal whom you see waving at everyone and everything you
pass. He is the boy we were impressed with when we were a freshman, and
the' boy who will impress you, if you're as dumb. He keeps his eyes wide
open so that he won't miss waving at a single one of his acquaintances. Only
staying hands of kind friends stop him from dashing up to the house dog
to shake hands with it. This disease can be recognized by its terpsichorean
methods; it dances, in brief, like a dromedary with the staggers.
Men, Beware!...
4. The Poison Oak. The only variety of mixer frequenter against whom

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We've campus and date frocks, rav-
ishing evening gowns, sport clothes
with imagination and pep . . . and
accessories for them all . , . at
prices that bring joy to your hearts.

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