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MARCH 7, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ENE

MARCH 7, 1951 PAGE FIVE

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Rifle Unit Practices Techniques

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New Cosmetic
Stays on Lips
Chemist Undertakes
Experiment as Lark
An experiment "started as a
lark" has developed into a million-
dollar cosmetics business for Ha-
zel Bishop, a quiet New York
chemist.
Using her kitchen as her labora-
tory, Miss Bishop worked night
after night for three long years
to create something that everyone
told her could not be done-a lip-
stick that would stay on until re-
moved with soap or cold cream.
"I did it because I wanted to
have something of my own in a
field where women wouldn't be
just on sufferance," Miss Bishop
said.
During the day Miss Bishop
worked as organic chemist for an
oil company. As soon as she got
home, she would eat a sandwich
and then retire to the kitchen and
work at her experiments, until
midnight.
"It doesn't take much to turn
a kitchen into a lab," Miss Bishop
said. "The gas stove is your
Bunsen burner; the double-boiler
serves as a water bath; the glass-
ware takes the place of beakers;
cupboards can hold chemicals as
well as soup cans; the refrigera-
tor is just what you need to cool
molten lipsticks; so the only
things you need to buy are a scale
and a mold, and you're really
set."
Miss Bishop did admit that un-
der such conditions, cooking was
"a little difficult." She said that
neither she nor her mother were
inconvenienced, however.
"My family is used to me," she
explained, "I've always been going
off on experiments of some kind
or other." Miss Bishop would not
divulge what other experiments
she has worked on, beause she has
not given up hope for their suc-
cess, and does not want to inform
her competitors.
Miss Bishop started her lipstick
experiments one day when she
was tired of seeing smears on
glasses, cigarettes and napkins.

DIXIELAND BISTRO:
Blue Mood To Prevail Friday
As 'Little CIub' Doors Open

Blues will prevail when the "Lit-
tle Club" opens its doors to the
campus from 8:30 p.m. to midnight
Friday in the second floor dining
room of the League.
With Bob Leopold and his combo
playing such blues numbers as the
"Basin Street Blues" and "Bye Bye
Blues," patrons of the campus
nightclub will find themselves
amidst an atmosphere reminiscent'
of the Dixieland bistros.
Red and white checked table-
cloths will deck the tables, and the

finishing touch will be provided by
whiskey bottle candle holders.
Couples may also view the floor-
show which will feature a piano
duet by Nancy Alles and Jane
Ebner, who will play such long-
time favorites at "Sleepy Lagoon"
and "Cruising Down the River."
Admission for the entire evening
will be $1 per couple, but those
who prefer to go "nightclubbing"
after the early movie or sports
event will be charged 74 cents.

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"HAIL TO THE QUEEN"-Members of the crack drill squad of Pershing Rifles, under the com-
mand of Lt. John H. Robertson, are shown practicing a "salute to the queen" for their performance
at Military Ball Friday night. During intermission they will perform several intricate and complex
rifle drills.

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INTERMISSION TACTICS:
ROTC Riflemen To Perform at Military Ball
Exhibiting Traditional Training Maneuvers,

Long weeks of drill and practice
will come to a climax for Pershing
riflemen Friday night when they
present an exhibition of rifle tech-
niques during the intermission of
Military Ball.
A volunteer unit of twelve mem-
bers from the group have been
Sprin Season
Hits Campus
Gay Materials Spark
Room Redecorating
Spring is coming to the campus
as may easily be witnessed by the
boom in sales of ice cream cones
and cotton materials.
With this air of spring, painters
and upholsterers begin to make
plans for vast room redecorating
tasks, and paint brushes and sew-
ing machines once again come in-
o use.
A good idea for spring uphol-
sterers is to recover chairs and
davenports with gay spring and
summer plaids. For those who pre-
fer the sophisticated look, the
Provence plaid in vivid turquoise
and Bermuda pink provides the
answer.
To make spring bloom inside as
well as out, a lime, moss and green
combination fills the bill. A muted
cherry accented with moss green
and white in the overlay of plaid,
is also exciting after a winter color
scheme of somber shades.
To complete a room redecorating
job, draperies and throw rugs com-
plete the picture. The throw rugs
are versatile and their colors vi-
vacious. They are also practical
in that they may be washed at
home.
Windows should also be dressed
up in keeping with the redecora-
tion, and the newegt look is the
"Brise-Bise" draperies, the name
of which comes from the northern
part of France where the people
call them curtains "to cut the
gentle breeze."
In their American translation,
they look new and decorative when
teamed with either the tailored
valence or the ruffled bedspread..
JGP NOTES
Stage Committee-Members of
the stage committee' of JGP will
meet at 5 p.m. today in the
League.
Cast-Members of the JGP cast
will meet for a combined rehear-
sal of Act 1 from 7 to 10 p.m. to-
day in the League.

practicing for several weeks with
the "Queen Anne's Manual," and
they will perform several maneu-
vers which they have learned
from it.
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THE MANUAL contains de-
tailed descriptions of exhibition
rifle work, which is a complex
technique and one which requires
a great deal of practice.
Pershing Rifles is a military
honor society for first and sec-
ond year army and air force
ROTC who are outstanding in
drill. Members compose the
crack drill team.
Named after General John J.
Pershing, the organization was
founded as a national society in
1894.
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MEMBERSHIP for the group is
carried out along the same lines
as fraternity rushing. Those who
are interested attend an open
house given by the members, and
from these the outstanding mem-
bers are chosen.
They are selected on the basis
of scholarship, leadership, char-
acter and achievements in mili-
tary activities.
Precision drill is the most im-
portant function of the corps, but
the University unit has served as
an escort for several military
funerals in Ann Arbor and fur-
nishes ushers for the Honors Con-
vocation.
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SCABBARD AND BLADE, the
advanced ROTC honorary society
Union, League
Hold Weekly
Entertainment
Tonight: ...
Students may forget their class-
room blues from 7 to 10 p.m. to-
night when the Union and League
present their weekly entertainment
program at the Union.
Cards will be available for bridge
and Canasta games in the small
ballroom, and there will be record
dancing in the Terrace Room. The
event is to be held every other week
in the Union until later in the se-
mester when it will change its loca-
tion to the League.
There will be no admission
charge for couples attending the
event.

will hold a dinner before the
dance.
This organization represents
the final step in military train-
ing. Its members are the lead-
ers in military training courses.
Like the Pershing Rifles, it has
a period of rushing, and new
members are chosen from the out-
standing juniors and seniors.
During "Hell Week" the pledges
of Scabbard and Blade are a fa-
miliar sight on campus with five
stars stamped ontheir foreheads
and a sword buckled to their
white-striped dngarees.
"These groups and all other
members of the ROTC units at
the University will step out in full-
dress uniform Friday night at
the Union when we present this
year's Military Ball which will be
the biggest and best of all previ-
ous events," said Bruce Sodee,
publicity chairman.
IMerit-Tutoril
Office To Call
For Volunteers
The Merit-Tutorial Office has
issued a call for tutors and also for
workers to keep activity files in
order.
Tutors for science subjects are
especially in demand, although
tutors are needed for other sub-
jects as well. The pay is $1 an
hour.
Requirements are a B-grade in
a subject in the tutor's major field
or an A-grade in any other sub-
ject. Students wishing to tutor
may sign up this week in the
Merit-Tutorial Office or the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League.
The Merit-Tutorial Office is
open from 2 to 5 p.m. on Monday,
Wednesday and Frday; from 1 to
2 p.m. and 3 to 5 p.m. on Tuesday
and from 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday.
Another opportunity open to
ambitious students is the one the
Merit-Tutorial Office offers to
women who want to "learn what's
going on at the League by keeping
the activity files in order," says
chairman Marian Larson.
Freshmen and sophomores to
work under junior assistants are
being recruited this week.
Anyone interested in working on
the files may sign up in the Merit-
Tutorial Office or in the Under-
graduate Office of the League.
WAA Notices
Officials Club - Members will
meet for a final discussion of rules
at 5:10 p.m. today in the Small
Lounge of the WAB.
BADMINTON CLUB-Play will
be from 7 to 9 p.m. today in Wa-
terman Gymnasium. Club mana-
ger, Mona Pick asks that members
bring their own birds.
* * *
Folk and Square Dance Club-
Dancing will be held from 7:30 to
9:45 p.m. today at the WAB.

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a pleasant spring note in
the blouse and skirt story
You'll want these fresh linen separates;
you'll dote on the fabric because of its
coolness despite spring and summer's sun,
its newly-crease--resistance. See these four
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lilac or navy; sizes 32 to 38. 4.95. Linen
fly-front skirt in navy, suntan, natural or
lilac; sizes 10 to 18. 7.95. Right: V-tucked
blouse and unpressed pleat skirt in navy,
suntan, natural or lilac; sizes 10 to 16.
Blouse, 8.95; skirt, 7.95.
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Sorority Presidents - President
and two rotating members of each
sorority pledge class will meet at
5 p.m. today in the Henderson
room of the League for a Junior
Panhel meeting.
* * *
Dormitory Presidents-The dor-
mitory presidents' meeting will be
held at 4 p.m. today in the League.
The room number will be posted.

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Friday .
Members of the Union will spon-
sor a coffee hour to be held from
4 to 5:30 p.m. on Friday, March 9
in rooms K, L, M and N at the
Union.
The Board of Regents and other
University officials along with ap-
proximately seventy student lead-
ers on campus have been invited.
Purpose of the affair is to pro-
vide student leaders and officials
with an opportunity to discuss
their mutual aims and problems on
an informal basis.

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