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2, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Honorary Society
Will Initiate Today

Attractive Appearance, Attitude Rate High
In Choosing Department Store Employes

NEW!
Just In. flute for Mothervs Dayj
The New Fabergeite

Initiation of 54 coeds into Al-
pha Lambda Delta, national hon-
orary fraternity, will be held to-
day in the League chapel.
The initiation will be preceded
by a breakfast in the Russian tea
room. Senior women maintain-
ing the required Alpha Lambda
Delta scholastic average of 3.5
throughout college will be spe-
cially honored by Mrs. Mary C.
Bromage, Assistant Dean of
Women.
Dean Lloyd To Honor Coeds
Dean Alice Lloyd, national vice-
president of Alpha Lambda Del-
ta, will present awards to the
senior with the highest average.
Women Initiated
Coeds to be initiated include
Joanne Auch, Anne Beck, Joyce
Briskman, Janet Brown, Juanita
Brown, Norma Chud, Nancy Cole-
man, Lois Cronkwright, Lyubica
Dabich, Clara Davis, Florence Die-

terlc, Sylvia Folz, Ruth Frank,
Florence Freedman, Doris Gard-
ner, Mary Ann Gatley, Riva Gen-
fan, Berna Gilden, Ellen Gold-
stick, Ilene Haering, Lita Hagen,
Barbara Hart, Mary Louise Hook,
Franziska Isbell, and Norma Jak-
sec.
The list continues with Yvonne
Johnuon, Carolyn Kaplan, Jeanne
Lange, Ellen Leepman, Valerie
Lemper, Marjorie McLain, Renee
Melnikoff, Edith Merlin, Joan
Meyer, Lillian Miller, Shirley Mil-
ler, Rosanne Mitshkun, Louise
Moore, Nancy Notnagel, Remate
Oppenheimer, Daphne Porter, Ph-
yliss Portwood, Shirley Rosenfeld,
Elizabeth Ross, and Eleanor Scott.
The list concludes with Anita
Seiler, Alice Shannon, Joyce Si-
mon, Mary Stein, Pamela Wagner,
Joan Willens, Cecilia Woodworth,
Eva Zaretsky, and Marcia Zis-
kind.

By JO ANNE MISNER
A Phi Beta Kappa key isn't the
only key to success in department:
store work.
Although department stores
don't "snoot learning," appear-
ance and attitude are equally
important in getting jobs in this
field, according to Calvin J.
Hall of the University Bureau of
Appointments.
A personnel agent for one of the
largest department stores in the'

country told Hall recently that he
gave special consideration to the
interviewee's posture and appear-
ance when she entered his office
when determining whether or not
he would hire her.
Coeds who appear for inter-
views in collegiate clothes are
under a definite handicap, Hall
said. Since the atmosphere of
a department store is essentially
more "sophisticated," personnel
representatives often find it

WAA Tennis Tournament To Begin

ATTRACTIVE HOUSECOAT
--Summer housecoat is shown
above as pictured in the April
issue of Junior Bazaar. It is
pale pink dotted swiss (the
dots are white) with a small
collar of eyelet cotton, string-
tied in black, and with a volu-
minous dirndl skirt that flows
away in soft folds from the
narrow buckled belt.

The WAA Tennis Club tourna-
ments will be scheduled for play
this week.
Entrants in the all camous wo-
men's doubles, the closed mixed
doubles and the closed singles
must consult the tournament
schedules, which will be posted on
the W.A.B. and Barbour Gym
Bulletin boards, and consult oppo-
nents to arrange first round

matches, which must be played
before Friday. All club members
are listed in the singles tourney,
Ballet Club-Members will meet
at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the
Dance Studio of Barbour Gym for
practice for the dance program.
It is important that all member's
be present, according to Barbara
Forster, club manager.

E Cue To Have Four Bands

The second annual E Cue Ball
at the "Hotel Waldorf-Stevens"
will be presented by East Quad
from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday,
May 8.
Each dining room and lounge
will carry out a different theme
and there will be four bands to
provide music for dancing. The
bands, playing in each of the din-
ing rooms, will include Ken Nor-
man, Al Chase, Johnny Harberd
and E d KMum.
"Club Crystal" will be based on

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difficult to picture the typical
"bobby-soxer" in such a setting.
Department stores don't think
that success necessarily stems from
a C-studded grade card, but most
colleges offer little in the way of
technical training for jobs in this
field. Consequently, employes gen-
erally start out on a fairly equal
basis in positions such as mer-
chandising, purchasing, general
management and sales.
Representatives are naturally
more interested in a coed who
shows interest herself about her
future work, Hall stated. A stu-
dent who asks questions about
opportunities for advancement,
living conditions and company
policies is much more likely to
get the job than one who "just
doesn't care."
Representatives from two de-
partment stores will be at the
Bureau of Appointments this week
to interview both men and women
for positions in merchandising
and managing. A representative
from Winkleman's Stores in De-
troit will be at the Bureau Tues-
day. Wieboldt Department Stores
in Chicago will have a represen-
tative at the Bureau Thursday
and Friday. Students should call
Extension 371 for appointments.
Song Leaders
Song leaders for Lantern
Night will meet at 5:10 p.m.
Tuesday in the WAB.
Leaders will present the
names of the songs at this time
and draw for position on the
program. Anyone unable to
come may send a representa-
tive or call Patt Newberg at
2-3225.
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a sophisticated night-club atmos-
phere and will be used by the
guests for dancing. At one end'
of the floor will be a raised plat-
form with tables and chairs on it
to beused by the photographers
for authentic night club pictures.
Ferris wheel and clown silhou-
ettes, with balloons to complete
the decorations, will transform
another dining room into a "Car-
nival Room." "Arizona Inn,"
based on a western theme, will
resemble a street in a typical
frontier town.

As x~a. MOTHER' DflY
ook overour C.4R1IooiIm,
Look over our fine selection of Mother's Day Cards.
Perhaps you will find just the one you have been
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Straub-Kessler
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Straub of
Detroit have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Irene,
to Roger Kessler, son of Prof. and
Mrs. Clarence Kessler of Ann Ar-
bor.
Miss Straub is a junior in the
physical education program. She
is a member of Alpha Xi Delta
sorority and the WAA Board.
Mr. Kessler is a junior in the
engineering college and a mem-
ber of Triangle, engineering hon-
orary society.
Buel l-Boynton
The engagement of Mary Eliz-
abeth Buell, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Mahlon Buell of Ann Arbor,
to Mr. Kenneth Boynton, son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Boynton of
Pontiac, has been announced.
Miss Buell is affiliated with
Delta Delta Delta and is a mem-
ber of Alpha Lambda Delta,
freshman honorary society. Mr.
Boynton is a senior in the School
of Business Administration and a
member of Alpha Kappa Phi, bus-
iness fraternity.
The engagement was announ-
ced recently at a sorority dinner.

Reuland-Holt
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reuland of
Rockford, Ill., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Jo
Ann, to Edward Holt, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lester Holt of River
Forest, Ill.
Miss Reuland is a senior in the
literary college, a member of Kap-
pa Kappa Gamma, and Scroll
honorary society. Her fiance is a
first year law student, and affili-
ated with Alpha Delta Phi fra-
ternity.
* * *
Aschenbrenner-
Ma tthaei
Dr. and Mrs. Z. B. AschenBren-
ner of Farmington, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Betty, to Frederick Matthaei, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
C. Matthaei of Ann Arbor.
Miss AschenBrenner israffili-
ated with Collegiate Sorosis sor-
ority, and will graduate from the
literary college this June. Mr.
Matthaei is a member of Delta
Kappa Epsilon fraternity, and is
a graduate of the engineering col-
lege.
Smyth-Hawkins
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe H. Smyth
of Mt. Vernon, New York, an-
nounce ,the marriage of their

daughter, Nancy Ann, to Brook
Hawkins, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Brook Hawkins of Barrington,
Rhode Island.
Miss Smyth will graduate from
the business administration school
in June, and is affiliated with
Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Mr.
Hawkins is a Second Mate in the
Merchant Marine.
They were married April 3.
Brennan-Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Bren-
nan of Flint announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Cor-
inne Elizabeth, to Thomas Allison
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alli-
son Miller of Detroit.
Mr. Miller is affiliated with
Delta Upsilon fraternity.
The wedding will take place
June 19.
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