Education: Coffee Ranks Tea

Getting its R.O.T.C. students ready for active duty after graduation, the University of Wyoming has not neglected their wives and fiancées. Last week, 22 young women turned out to hear a guest specialist, Mrs. Dorothy Irwin, wife of retired Brigadier General C. L. Irwin, outline the contours of Army etiquette. Stressing the importance of the service wife's role ("Wives are even mentioned in efficiency reports about their husbands"), bouncy, silver-haired Dorothy Irwin quickly got down to cases:

"The first thing you and your husband must do is make a call. In my day you always called on the post's commanding officer. But...

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