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FRIDAY, FEBRhUARY 17T, 1950~

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wyvern To Maintain Local
Status Following Discussion
Both Sides of Chimes Question
Given By Past Wyvern Coeds

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Wyvern, junior women's hon-
orary, has decided to remain as a
local organization instbad of mak-
ing application to become nation-
al, after many weeks of pro and
con debate.
Chimes is the national junior
women's honorary to which Wy-
vein members discussed becoming
affiliated with. It was established
in 1946 at Ohio State and now
has chapters there, at Pennsyl-
vania University, Minnesota Uni-
versity and at five other univer-
sities.
Wyvern was organized on the
Michigan campus in 1908 and has
been thinking of becoming a Mor-
tarboard on the junior level for
zeveral years passed.
This year's members brought in
Jo Bell, last year's Wyvern presi-
dent, to give her opinions to the

members. Joyce Atchison of Mor-
tarboard also paid a visit to ex-
press her views.
Those in favor of an affiliation
with Chimes stressed the point
that in such a way the organiza-
tion would maintain more prestige
on campus and have greater op-
portunity for the exchange of
ideas.
Those opposed to the measure
felt that Wyvern could best main-
tain her strength by keeping the
present local organization. They
also contended that Chimes was
still young and if Wyvern became
members, dues would be increased.
Each year new members have
an opportunity to discuss the is-
sue, but this year the vote was
quite evenly divided and so no
action will be taken.

Tradition Falls;
Coeds Called
To Union Opera
For the first time since 1918.
women are asked to become a part
of Union Opera.
Only secretarial positions are
open. Women with experience in
taking dictation are preferred, but
not required.
Coeds who are interested in
such a job, working with approxi-
mately 100 men in the show, "Lace
It Up" may come to the Union be-
tween 1:30 and 5 p.m. tomorrow.
In 1918 the name of the opera
given was "Let's Go" in which
women actually appeared along
with the men.
Approximately six women are
needed said'James Ebersole, gen-
eral manager, who will each assist
with secretarial work once a week
or some may double up during the
week.
The show will be presented on
campus March 29, 30 and 31 and
then the cast and crew will go on
the road during spring vacation.
Secretaries are especially needed
to arrange for this trip before va-
cation.
Union operas have long been a
tradition of the Michigan campus
dating back to 1908 and continu-
ing into the late "roaring twen-
ties." During that time they con-
ducted extensive road tours even
appearing in the Metropolitan
Opera House.
Last year "Froggy Bottom"
showed a revival of the tradition
which is being carried on again
this year with "Lace It Up."

Oythelotie
By PAT BROWNSON
Most Michigan men have been crossing the diag with empty
pockets ever since that certain annual dance which has left in its
wake fond memories, weary students and financial embarrassment.
That state, together with rushing, has delayed the advent of a
new round of social activities.
Several houses have recovered from last week's festivities,
however, and are taking advantage of that first weekend of the
semester, when homework is note

Lipstick Application Requires
Lips, Brush, Time, Knowhow

quite so overwhelming.
* * *
AN "ASSIZE" is slated tomor-
row by the Lawyer's Club. The
dance takes its name from per-
iodical sessions of the judges of
the superior courts in England.
The purpose of the assizes is to ad-
minister justice in the trial and
determination of civil and crimi-
nal cases.
The lawyers, however, will con-
fine their Saturday trials to card
playing and record dancing. Re-
freshments wil consist of rare
varieties of Ehglish cheddar cheese
prepai ed under the direction, of
Miss Mabel Bailie, dietition at the
Club.
"Assizes" are held periodically
each semester. Tomorrow night's
dance is being planned by Jim
Mortell.
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ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA will
hold its pledge formal tomorrow
at the l'ouse. A buffet supper fea-
turing ham and turkey will prr.
cede dancing to the music of Bill
Henline's Band.
RECORD DANCING is on Sig-
ma Phi's agenda tomorrow.

PHI DELTA PHI has planned
an informal dance tomorrow. A
steak dinner will be served Sun-
day night "just because people get
hungry on Sunday night and we
don't usually serve dinner then,"
said Al Manion, social chairman.
* * *
GREENE HOUSE will be bulg-
ing with-Kentucky hill folk tomor-
row when "A Hillbilly Party" is
featured. A prize for the "worst"
local color costume will be award-
ed. Square dancing called by John
Schlee will- be a highlight of the
evening. There will also be ball-
room dancing, card playing and
refreshments of ginger ale and
doughnuts. ,
Most important colors for the
oncoming spring season will be
pastel shades, with emphasis on
pink. Beige with gold highlights
and various shades of white will
also be featured as fashion de-
signers~strive to break the monot-
ony of winter's dark colors.
Hair styles will be softer and
longer this year than they have
been in the past year, according to
a prominent New York hair
stylist.

Lipstick is certainly one cosme-
tic used by practically all Michi-
gan coeds though many shy away
from eye make-up, powder or
Nouge.
Since this one item is included
h so many purses and coat poc-
kots, proper application of same
should be understood by all coeds.
* * *
FIRST OF ALL, always use a
brush, say the experts. The brush
is heavily loaded with lipstick
while the lips are in relaxing re-
pose and not a conimonly seen
gold-fish expression. (This distorts
,he natural lip line.)
Trace the upper lip first,
from the outside corner to the
center, and then draw a short,
straight line across the bottom
of the lower lip, directly in the
center, to preserve the natural
softness.
Then starting at the outer cor-
ners of the lower lip, indent

slightly to leave the expression
with a pleasant upward curve. A
full, soft curve is then drawn
to the straight line.
VITH THE OUTLINE com-
pleted, lipstick is used to do the
fililng in, but not with a brush
as that detracts from the full rich-
ness of the color.
TMost coeds would now rea-h
for it tissue and blot their lips,
but this is as outmoded a prac-
tice as pressing the lips together
to leave the upper imprint on
the lower. Lipstick lasts longer
and looks richer if it is not
blotied.
Beauty 101 is a course that co-
eds are examined in many times
each day so that a few extra min-
utes with the main item on their
cosmetic calendar is well worth
while. Inexpensive brushes can be
purchased at any counter where
make-up is sold.

READY TO FLY--Justine Olson, pictured above, has recently
received a pair of silver wings in recognition of her completing
training to be an airline stewardess. Miss Olson graduated in
June of '48 from dental hygiene which she practiced for a short
time. She was affiliated with Collegiate Sorosis while on campus
and writes back to her sisters that she greatly enjoys her new work.
-* * *

Graduate Becomes
Justine Olson, former Univer-
sity of Michigan student, recent-
ly completed her training to be -
come a stewardess for one of the
larger national airline companies.
Miss Olson graduated in June
'48 as a dental hygienist, but aft-
er practicing for only a short
time she decided she wanted to
fly.
"Everytime I go up with new
passengers, it's like giving a par-
ty," Miss Olson wrote to MikeI
Sherwood, her sorority sister in

Airline Hostess
Collegiate Sorosis who is still on
campus.
Prior to receiving her silver
;ings she attended a four-week
training course at the company's
training center in Chicago where
she studied the theory-of fli ;ht,
mikec'vology, iht opnEations,
!re schedules and radio.
Miss Olson is nihw flying on the
coiFm iy's DC-3 and Convai.-
Flagships out of Nashville.
Before attending the Univer-
sity of Michigan, Miss Olson went
to Barry College in Miami, Florida.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Hall at 8 p.m.
Wesley Foundation: Square and
Social Dancing at the Guild. Come
at 7:30 p.m. and bring your
friends.
SRA Coffee Hour: 4:30-6 p.m.,
Lane Hall.
Acolytes Meeting: 7:30 p.m.,
West Conference Room, Rackham
Bldg. Prof. Henry Leonard, Mich-
igan State College; "Philosophi-
cal Problems Relating to Measure-
ment." Open to public.
German Coffee Hour: 3:15-4:30
p.m., Michigan League Cafeteria.
All students and faculty members
invited.

seums 7-9 p.m. Motion pictures
entitled "Desert Demons," "Ro-
dents," and "Beavers" will be
shown in Room 3024 at 7:30 and
again at 8:15 p.m. "Invertebrate
Life of the Alpena Region, Michi-
gan, three hundred million years
ago" is on exhibit in the rotunda.

the copper mines and details of
the plants, smelters, and mills.
* * *
Dr. T. M. Broderick, chief geo-
logist of the Calumet and Hecla
Consolidated Copper Co., will
speak at 4:10 p.m., Mon., Feb. 20,
in Rm. 2054, Natural Science
Rllrn h 'nln of taK_

Evans-Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Gilbert
Evans of Grand Rapids have an-
nounced the engagement of their
daughter, Raedelle, to William
Roscoe Thomas, Jr., son of Dr.
and Mrs. W. Roscoe Thomas of
Omaha, Nebraska.
Miss Evans is a graduate of
Stephens College and the Univer-
sity School of Education.
Mr. Thomas is a senior in Law
School and is a graduate of the
University of Missouri. He is a
member of the Lawyers Club and
Sigma Chi, Delta Theta Phi Law
and Omicron Delta Kappa frater-
nities.
The couple is planning a June
wedding
Assik-Blavin
The engagement of Miss Irene
Assik to Milton Blavin has been
announced by her parents, Mr.
and Mfrs. Benjamin Assik of De-
troit. Mr. Blavin is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Barney Blavin also of
Detroit.
Miss Assik is a senior in the.
School of Music and is a member
of Sigma Alpha Iota, national
mpsic sorority.
Mr. Blavin is a senior in the
School of Dentistry and a mem-
ber of Alpha Omega, dental fra-
torniiy.
A June wedding is being planned
by the couple.

Bodenbender-Haas
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Boden-
bender of Kenmore, N.Y., have
announced the betrothal of their
daughter, Barbara Ann, to Rich-
ard Donald Haas, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Haas of Buffalo, N.Y.
Miss Bodenbender attended the
literary school for two years. She
is now enrolled at Buffalo State
Teachers College, Buffalo, N.Y.
While at Michigan she affiliated
with Alpha Xi Delta.
Mr. Haas, a member of Phi
Kappa Tau, is a senior in electri-
cal engineering.
A late summer wedding is being
planned.
Prince-Soule
The wedding of Joan Fletcher
Prince, daughter of Prof. and Mrs.
Ford Prince of Durham, N.H., and
Gardner Ervin Soule, son of Prof.
and Mrs. Byron Soule of Dexter
took place February 4 at Durham.
The bride is a graduate of the
University of New Hampshire. Mr.
Soule was graduated from Carle-
ton College. Both are now enroll-
ed in the School of Library Sci-
ence.
They will make their home in
Ann Arbor.
Bridal Gowns
While there are always enough
silk and satin gowns for spring
brides who follow tradition, the
most beautiful new creations are
of fragile sheers suchas chiffon,
net, organdies and laces.

Glee Club-Union-League4
presents
GUL-111a ties
A star-studded program
Comedy-Music-Beautiful Girls
BOB LEOPOLD AND IJOAN ROBINSON
A Throat Whistler
H I A Z C M O:.For Y ou r FavoriteA T h o t W i le
Dixieland Extraordinary, Unique
These are two acts you'll- enjoy
8 P.M. - - - Feb. 25 - - 8 P.M.
HILL AUDITORIUM
60c Admission 60c

Bidg., on the Geoiogy o Lntie -
Coming Events weenaw Copper Ores.
Saturday Luncheon Discussion U. of M. Hostel Club: Sun., Feb.I
at 12:15 p.m., Lane Hall. Call Lane 19, reception for past and present
Hall for reservations. directors of Detroit AYH at the
home of Prof. and Mrs. Wilbur
Interguild Packing Party, Sat., Nelson, 1540 Cedar Drive, 6 to 8
Feb. 18, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Lane p.m. Those planning to come, call
Hall. Packing clothes for foreign Ruth Bolt, 2-7319, or Betty Young,
coutnries. Anyone welcome dur- 3-4728.
ing the entire day.
----__ Inter Arts Union: Meeting, Sat.,
Delta Sigma Pi: All men taking Feb. 18, 1 p.m., 500 BMT. All in-
business administration or com- terested persons welcome.

Women's Glee Club:
from 4 to 5:30.

Rehearsalj

S1 L11L L'LI V .
C.E.D. Meeting: 4:15 p.m., at
the Michigan Union.
University Museums: Rodents
and amphibians will be features in
the program of the University Mu-

mercial courses, and who are in-
terested in joining a professional
fraternity in these fields are cor-
dially invited to a rushing smoker
at the Delta Sigma Pi House, 1212
Hill St., Sun., Feb. 19, 2-5 p.m.
U. of M. Hostel Club: Sat., Feb.
18: Square Dancing at Jones
School, 8:15 to 11 p.m. Everyone
welcome.
The Geological - Mineralogical
Journal Club will meet Mon., Feb.
20, at 12 noon in Rmn. 3054, Na-
tural Science Bldg. At 12:20 p.mn.,
Dr. . M. Broderick, chief geo-
logist of the Calumet and Hecla
Consolidated Copper Co., will pre-
sent in Rm. 2054 a sound film
showing scenes in the copper
country, Keweenaw Peninsula in-
cluding underground workings in

Gothic Film Society: Meeting,
8 p.m., Mon., Feb. 20, Rackham
Amphitheatre. Three French films
will be shown: "Rien Que Les
Heures (Cavalcanti, 1926)," "The
Fall of the House of Usher (Ep-
stein, 1928)," and the surrealist
"Le Chien Andalou (Bunuel and
Dali, 1929)." Members may bring
guests provided arrangements are
made in advance with either presi-
dent Hampton or treasurer Whan,
ext. 2784.
Assembly Ball
Assembly Baji central com-
mittee will meet at 5 p.m. to-
day in the League. The room
number will be posted.

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