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FTBRUARY if), 160

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Mortcr Board Honors Senior
BWOC's for Grades, Activities

'Mademoiselle'

Modern Functional Designs
Invade Women's Fashions

Editor To

Visit

By MIRIAM CADY
For those who are not Phi Betas
Kappas, women students on the
campus find their highest reward
for scholarship and activities in
membership in Mortar Board.
As a national senior honorary
society, Mortar Board has three
qualifications by which new mem-
bers are chosen: service, scholar-
ship and leadership.
SERVICE IS measured by the
.society by work done on the
campus; while the scholarship re-
quirement necessitates that mem-
bers' grades be .3 above campus
average. Leadership is determined
by positions held, responsibility
and personality.
The organization of this hon-
orary dates back to 1916 when
women from Ohio State and
Michigan found that similar or-
ganizations of senior women
wearing mortar board pins ex-
isted on both campuses. A move-
ment wasstarted to unite these
groups and add others with the
result that the national society
was formed in 1918 by represen-
tatives from Cornell, Ohio State,
Swarthmore, and Michigan.
Chapters in the national organ-

ization now number eighty and
are located from coast to coast
with conventions uniting them bi-
annually.
SERVICE TO TIE universities
is the purpose of the organization,
while projects range from the na-
tional publication, "the Mortar
Board Quarterly," to Christmas
carolling and the awarding by the
local chapter of two scholarships
each spring.
Scholarships are awarded to
outstanding senior women who
are high in scholarship and ac-
tivities and show some element
of need.
Funds for these scholarships are
obtained from the money earned
at the annual Mortar Board-spon-
Sored "Pay-Off" dance, to be held
Saturday, when women repay J-
Hpo escorts.
TAPPING by Mortar Board is
done each spring. Newly bid mem-
bers, numbering up to twenty
women, are recognized by the
wearing of their mortar boards on
campus the following day.
Officers of the local chapter in-
clude Eugenia McCallum, presi-
dent, Ruth Sights, vice-president,
Dulcie Krasnick, treasurer, and
Betty Estes, secretary.
WAA Notices
Fencing Club - New members
are welcome at the organizational
meeting to be held at 5 p.m. to-
day at WAB. The requirements
are eight weeks of college fencing
or its equivalent.
Archery Club-There. will be an
organizational meeting.for the
tournament at 5 p.m.. today at
WAB.
Michifish-There are a limited
number of openings for the club.
Those interested be at the Union
pool at 10 a.m. Saturday morn-
ing. Money for suits and Ensian
pictures is due then.
JGP NOTES
Costume Committee needs more
members, according to the chair-
man, Laura Nasset. Those who are
able to sew are especially welcome,
but this talent is not necessary.
Any junior who is eligible and who
has paid her junior dues is wel-
come. Coeds who are interested
may call Miss Nasset, 2-8266.

"THE LIP" IN A TUX-Baseball Manager Leo "The Lip" Durocher
wears a tuxedo as he sits with his movie actress wife, Laraine Day,
in a hotel at Beverly Hills, Calif.
WAVE Enlistments Reopen;
Jobs Available to Graduates

Campus Today
Nancy Garoutte, College Board
Editor of Mademoiselle magazine
will visit the University today
through Saturday as part of a
tour of Midwestern colleges and
universities.
Miss Garoutte will confer with
political science professors on the
selection of stuuent delegates to
Mademoiselle's sixth annual Col-
lege Forum, which will be held
April 30 in New York City.
ON HER TOUR the editor will
also gather material for a mag-
azine article about coeds working
their way through college.
While at the University Miss
Garoutte will confer with the
25 campus members of Made-
moiselle's national College
Board. Each year 1,000 women
are chosen as contestants for
the 20 coveted Guest Editor-
ships.
Board members, selected in No,
vember, are required to submit
three assignments during the year.
On the basis of these assignments,
which arengauged to suit indivi-
dual talents in art, writing and
fashion, cash prizes are awarded
and Guest Editors chosen.
VIRGINIA GARRITSEN, '49A,.
and Frances Keaton, '49, were two
of the 20 chosen from national
finalists last spring.
The coeds spent the month
of June in New York City help-
ing to write and edit Mademoi-
selle's August college issue.
The University now leads all
other colleges and universities in
the number of College Board
members on one campus, accord-
ing to Miss Garoutte.

By LILIAS WAGNER
Modern functional design has
caught with the New Look fashion
world and produced a blouse
which can be worn 36 different
ways.
Billed as a complete blouse
wardrobe in one garment, it is de-
signed for business girls and col-
lege women alike, wearable for
four or five occasions in one busy
day.
A SEMI-TAILORED version for
work or school, a slightly sporty
change for that luncheon date or
for the speech class appearance
which requires something differ-
ent; finally, it provides the dressy
twist for evening. These are all
part of the new blouse wardrobe-
in-one.
It is styled with a V-neckline

with two scarf-like reveres
which can be draped, tucked,
tied or shaped in all sorts of dif-
ferent styles.
Scatter pins and other Jewelry
can be worn at the neck to further
change the style and appearance
of the garment, which sells for
about six dollars.
* * *
PERHAPS THIS is part of a
new incoming era of fashion, fea-
turing shoes with three inter-
changeable heels and the com-
bined skirts-shorts-slacks out-
fit.
In any case, it's a practical
trend which is worth noting, par-
ticularly with fashion dollars
scarce and time for changes prac-
tically nil.

Applications for commissions
as Ensigns in the United States.
Navy V~e being accepted once
more according to Lt. (jg) Milli-
cent V. Polley, in charge of WAVE
procurement in this area.
Women must be between the
ages of 21 and 25, graduates of ac-
credited colleges or universities,
and citizens of the United States
to qualify.
Dietitians and physical therap-
ists must have an additional year's
training beyond the college level
and may be appointed to the
Medical Corps.
Service in the WAVES may in-

elude shore Cuty in public rela-
tions, perscnnel, training, publi-
cations, intelligence, communica-
tions, logistics, operations and in
numerous other fields. Duty may
be requested in the United States
or at an overseas base.
Specific training as civilians is
not required prior to filing appli-
cations. Women who would like
further information regarding ap-
plications may obtain it from the
Office of Naval Officer Procure-
ment, Room 949 Book Building,
Detroit. Applications may be sent
to the same address.

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Individual advancement. Col-
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Placement Service.
Ask for literature describ-
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Bower-Greenway ,engagement of their daughter,)
MM h.Nedra, to Robert H. Werme, sonr
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Bowei' of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Werme of
of St. Clair have announced the Norwalk. Conn.
engagement of their daughter,
Helen Joan, to James H. Green- Miss Ohmstede is a senor in
way, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles the School of Music and affiliated
M. Greenway of Kalamazoo. ,with Alpha Gamma Delta.
Miss Bower is a sophomore in Mr. Werme is a junior in the

the literary college and affiliated j
with Delta Delta Delta.
Mr. Greenway is a sophomore
in the literary college and a men-
ber of Sigma Nu.I
The couple is planning a .Juie
wedding.

School of Business Administra-
tion and a member of Lambda Chi
Alpha.
The engagement was announced
New Year's Day at the Ohmstede's
home. The couple is planning to
"e "aried in A"n".

announced the engagement of
L their daughter, Jean Margaret to
Philip Thomas Austin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Austin of Birming-
ham.
Miss Good is a sophomore in
the literary college and a mem-
ber of Kappa Delta.
Mr. Austin is a graduate of
Miami University and now a stu-
dent in the School of Business Ad-
ministration. He is also president
of the Student Religious Associa-
tion.
A new powdered dry cleaner has
proved beneficial in removing soft
stains and dance floor dust from
new J-Hop formals.

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That takes writing! Not Shakespeare,
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