"Sloppy Sue" thought all her new clothes, perfume, and jewelry would snag all the college Joes from the upperclasswomen. But she forgot how to have "eye appeal" which also included neatness. So there Sue sat at home nights without a date in a roomful of soiled and wrinkled clothes. But one day "Neat Nancy" took her aside and told her that clean, well-arranged hair, skillfully applied make-up, manicured nails, clean body, pressed clothes, straight seams, and even heels would make her a "Smooth Sue." Now "Smooth Sue" is immaculately groomed before she leaves her room and never does she do a complete paint job in public with other people's utensils.