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Thursday February 7 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
A comprehensive survey taken by our writer indicates the
Conversational Look is used more often by college students than four
other leading looks combined.
iCantinued fr.. Pa-e St boost his ago. The second rule: ployed by pedestrians during eyebrows just enough to be noticed at Friends and Noticing People:
Frown at other people. encounters with drivers and bi- by the familiar face but not by Be daring, the world is big enough
the true master of the "fishbowl Another primary subdivision of cycle riders, it is also useful for anyone else who may be passing. to get lost in, if necessary.
squint" looks orc, around, p ast the Conversational Look is the girls who think they are being If you happen to stop and talk Undoubtedly, many other varia-
or even through the person he is "crowd scan." Useful at large, "bird-dogged." The secret of this to this familiar person remember tions
talking at. The conversation starts, theatrical occasions, as when de- look to keep talking to yourk t of t Converin Look
whes te cowdshoes im ntoscedin th stirwy a Lyialcompanion, glare at your oppion-j not to look at his face. Look at exist, but by mastcring these few
when the crowd shoves him into scending the stairway at Lydia , r tymopn
dose proximity. sv ten feet. Th Mendelssohn Theatre, this scan ent, setting the mouth in deter- his books. If he sat next to you in basic methods, it is possible to be-
enables one to quickly find AN emined lines and thrusting the jaw Freshman English, the inkstains come part of the Modern World
enafter the first momentary contact OLD FRIEND who is standing in forward. Then think of the most may recall memories. Also, as has and Look at Friends and Notice
the shifting of eyes commences. line at the check room and might disgusting object in the world been noticed, many people write People in the latest, most efficient
Thus, the first step in learning gladly retrieve two extra coats. and imagine it in front of you. their names on books. manner.
how to look at friends and notice Successful utilization of this tech Naturally. the fifth inle of con-""' ' _________
nique depends on mastering the versation Look hateful Since thi UT even more vague is another
art of talking at one's companion important but refined subdivi-
from the side of your mouth while sion of the Conversational Look. SYLVIA IU DI
swviveling your head basck and Giossly mi.slabeled by Hollywood
forth. One can best practice at as the "come-hitcher look," the AN F
Cinerama presentations. real life variation usually merely
Hence, we deduce the third rule: suggests that one say, "Haven't I
Talk out of the side of your mouth seen you before," or some original. Ciasses in
and keep glancing from the cor- equivalent. I * KINDERDANCE
ners of your eyes. This look however, is mastered BALLET
only after 1) a great deal of praA

THIS technique is also necessary tic
= in a further subdivision of the ni
Conversation Look, popularly call- lo
ed the "bird dog look." One mustsh
guard against the common mistake o
of most initiates to the art of do
Modern Conversation, that of pit
being obvious. Utilize the tech-
nique of "crowd scanning," sinm-
ultaneously examining the OLD
FRIEND'S female companion.
First, look at her face. Quickly
roll the eyes tip to take in the
SCANNING crowd, then return to her face.
..quest of quests If you don't find what you're GAZING
looking for there, let your gaze ... dream of dreams
people: Be genuinely interested in drop. If you still don't find it,
other people; don't look at the per- look at his face. Should his eyes look is instinctve no further de-
son you're talking to. i appear starry and slightly glazed, scription is necessary.
This helps enliven the typical forget it. Otherwise, be an old More academic is the "ego-
stimulating conversations with friend and at your next encounter, listener look." Primarily observed
"Hi's" and "Long time no se's" give him your opinion. in large lecture halls, its use ei-
or even an energetic wave reserved But if you find yourself in luck, ables the student of average ser-
for realyy close friends. This helps you may proceed to a more careful ousness to discuss last Saturday
boost the ego of your fellow con- 'scrutiny of the woman. Renem- night with his neighbor while giv-
ersationalist, since you thus let bering to look from the corners ing the lecturing professor full
him know how important he is to of your eyes, let your gaze drop visual attention.
talking with someone so popular. slowly and deliberately from her Another abstract look is the
face towards her ankles. If she's "I - sure-remember-your-face-but-
1LSO important is the art of the type who blushes, you're ast- not-your-name-look." The master
A greeting people. Do it with a ing your time. of tis look soon lessns to raise his
frown. 'Thus, it is possible to co- Remember, fih fiirth role foi
municate how tired one is after conversing: Look carefully and
working all night on two important slowly.
capers after attending three essen-
tial meetings. By sharing one or USED under different circum-
two precious moments with your stances is the "you-wouldn't-
fellow conversationalist. you again dare look." While primarily e-
ST. LOUIS SYM
VLADIMAR GOLSC
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ce. or 2 sheer desperation. The , i.'ginni'15ti
ovice must be aware that the Professionals
ok is easily misinterpreted and * TAP
hould be used, or responded to.! O* BALLROOM
sly when the potential conversa-
onalist looks attractive. Yet, the C Phone NO 8-8066
unge may be worthwhile. 1 525 E tsr L ais
Thus. the final rule for Looking O - o -yo -yO -y -
frli., sir'., sune.
8:15
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