Monday, February 9, 1948
T HE M' C HTIGA N DA ILY
M.. dayfFebruary9,"1948.THE MICHGAN "D iLY Pca4etw7Rn4t17 Vn
Foresters Will Work Hard
SWithLostovski, WAA Headi
Hamlina Lostovski, newly elect- Mi's cstovski, who comes from
ed president of the Women's Arth- Iron Valley, Ohio, is a sophomore
itic Association, is one of the
most interesting personalities on in the forestry school. "I am a
campus, it was announced yester- sophomore in the forestry school,"
day. she told The Daily. "I come from
The WAA, formed many years Iron Valley, Ohio," she added.
ago to provide a haven for lone- With interests ranging from
some coeds, elected Miss Lostovski tree cutting to leaf raking, Miss
president by a vote of 79 to 0. Lostovski spends her spare time
It was a unanimous vote. Miss making posters for the WAA
Lostovski told The Daily that she Primitive Dance Club. "They're
was thrilled at the outcome of the not very good," she declaimed,
election. "I am thrilled," she said. modestly. Otherwise, Miss Lostov-
ski may be found collecting varie-
ties of polliwogs to complete her
book to be called "Polliwogs of
' on't ooMichigan, Their Lives and Loves."
It will be published by the Ypsi-
'F' Cast lanti Normal School Press in 1952.
Miss Lostovski has no plans
after graduation. "I intend to go
For Fashions to New York and make them wake
up to the opportunities of the for-
ester after I graduate," she ex-
Welcoming in the spring, the plained.
Although she hedged about the
new look will become newer and bush, Miss Lostovski made some
newer, according to the opinions mention of her original idea to re-
of eminent fashion expert place some of New York's worn-
throughout the nation, out sky-scrapers with fast-grow-
Hats, as evidenced by the latest ing plant life. She may head a
long creations, will be worn down return-to-nature movement.
to the knees, dresses will be in-
creasingly new as bigger and
betr stocks a( materials are M k
turned into the manufacturers' M
hands, and coats will -be unnec-
essary as the weather becomes
Rush Do Not
Walk to All
Throw away those jeans and
moldy flannel shirts, girls! The
rushing season is here. For the
next few weeks comfort is out, but
after all, isn't it worth it?
We have a few helpful hints to
offer the hopeful rushee, and dis-
cerning girls will do well to follow
the advice of those who "made it."
You will need a serviceable
smile, one that can withstand
anything and come through un-
scathed. If you have a sense of
humor, forget about it. You will
find it profitable to laugh only
when an active laughs first. After
the first few days of rushing this
will become second nature, assum-
ing you ever had a first.
As to clothes, nothing elaborate
is required. As long as your dress
is neat, clean, and has an Henri
Bendl label displayed in a promi-
nent place, it doesn't matter how
simple it is.
If there is anything that will
make you unpopular in the eyes
of sorority girls it is unnecessary
complimenting. If one of the sor-
ors doesn't look particularly well,
don't hesitate to tell her so.
ARRIVING AT THE DANCE-Ezra Snatcher looks a little be-
wildered by the bright lights as he arrives at the IM Building with
his charming date from Ypsilanti.
Breaking they're comng yow
warmer. By PEEKING POLLY I ankle bracelet, which is made of
Jerce Jensen, one of the Uni- There's been a real in between somtbody's Phi Beta Kappa pin-
versity's better - dressed young semester social rush on campus and WE DO MEAN RICHIE HAT-
coeds, has already been seen in and we are able to report nu-
one of the latest outfits. It con- merous couples who are making ER'S.
sists of a plaid taffeta ruffled dating a steady thing from now Our final item is a real break
chemise. on. --and an exclusive exclusive. Ter-
Also in the latest style is Miss EXCLUSIVE: Hick Laus and rzycloth Weavy and Buck Pasha
Muriel E. Lawless, a candidate for Corielanus Lewis have exchanged have- pricked their fingers and
the 1949 J-Hop committee, who Wallace pins. "Corie" was over- marked each other's foreheads
has been seen in a bright green heard saying, "I never got these with X's.
woolen shirt, with grey, checked, results from Dewey."
plaid and colored skirts and The much sought-after, up and
slacks. coming politician, Calm Much fi-
Other Michigan coeds are tak- nally made up his mind between
ing advantage of the new styles Ithose two belles, Nancy I'Daru and
by wearing the ultra-fashionable Caryon Worker. Caryon is his
sloppy sweaters and short skirts- lucky new steady. Mu.,h comment-
I c;fr:atlwemsal ed, "I knew I had it in me."
Unfortunately we must also re-
T port several crack-ups among our
Fraternit. Jei elry c steady couples. Aristo Cratz and
Rick Mallory have spit in each
Dance Proegrens other's eyes, which means quits,
U aver,'you know.
. "yoou ow wesBut things aren't too black, not
Medals and T s when you stumble on Georgia
Peetch and Touchie Parsnips in
every dark corner. I'm glad to see
. Yotur that they're still holding on to
Official each other.
V}And here's a really juicy item:
u Jewelers A certain bright little girl with
c the initials L.D. is sporting a new
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