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February 23, 1951 - Image 6

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SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1951

ONE OUT

OF 4,500:

mm"

Campus Men Will Name
Favorites for 'Garg Girl'

Any one of the 4,500 women en-
rolled at the University this se-
mester may be the new Garg Girl!
Even though women are now
proving their equality to men by
competently filling jobs in the
professional and business world,
candidates for this 'sought-after
title must be nominated by men
only.
PICTURES OF potential Garg
Girls must be sent to the Student
Publications Bldg. by March 2 so
that judges will have ample time
to give each photo the proper
consideration. The name and ad-
dress of the candidate and the
name of the male submitting her
picture must be included.
A new and glamorous picture
of the winner will be taken at
the Garg's expense by ha well
known local photographer, and
both the new Garg Girl and the
man who submitted her picture
will receive a large portrait.
The idea of featuring a campus
beauty in the Garg was conceived
just before the first issue for this

year was printed in its off-campus
cellar.
WITH THE publication date
dangerously near the staff found
that they still had a blank page
to fill. Contrary to popular be-
liefs, Garg staffers are normal
students with a normal apprecia-
tion for feminine beauty, and so
they unanimously decided to fea-
ture a pretty girl on their empty
page.
Editor Bob Uchitelle remem-
bered that there had been a
pretty blond in his psych class
two years ago, and the first
Garg Girl was born.
A similar method was used to
choose the second Garg Girl, but
now the staff has decided that
the job of selecting a top beauty
is too big and pleasant a project
not to be shared, and so they are
enlisting the help of all men on
campus.

Now Forming
Enroll now for
a business course
High school graduates, veter-
ans, and others who have been
working in seasonal jobs, or
who have been unable to get
accommodations at other col-
leges or universities, will seize
this opportunity to keep pace
with their friends.
Business training leads to well-
paid office positions-provides
a practical foundation for other
careers.
Personalized instruction. Active
Placement Service. Limited en-
rollment.
Phone, write, or call us for free
bulletin. No obligation.
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
William at State Ph. 7831
Approved for training
Veterans

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