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J-Hop Tickets' Student From Shanghai Tells
Sale Postponed Chinese Offerings To Education,
Ticket Sale For All Classes EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the ninth methods of sanitation, but our own
of a series of interviews; with foreign
Is To Begin Tuesday students of the Univerty of Michin. culture and religion are so firmly1

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Eleven major positions in the
League will be open for petitioning
by junior women starting Monday,
Jan. 24, it was announced yesterday
by Angelene Maliszewski, '38, head of
Judiciary Council. The peitions will
last until Friday, Jan. 28.
The positions open are president of
the League, three vice-presidencies,
treasurer, secretary and the chair-
men of the social, merit system, the-
atre-arts, publicity and orientation
committees. Any woman who has
done any work at all in the League
may petition for a position, Miss Ma-
liszewski said.
May Petition All Week
Petitioning blanks will be available
all next week in the Undergraduate
Offices of the League. No petitions
will be accepted after January 28.
The days on Wyhich Judiciary Council
wil linterview applicants will probably
be at the beginning of next semester,
according to Miss Maliszewski.
The three vice-presidents of the
League will be chosen by women in
a campus-wide election. Judiciary
Council will examine petitions for the
three positions from women in the
College of Literature, Science and the
Arts, the College of Architecture, the
School of Music and the School of
Education, and will select two candi-
dates from each of the schools. These
will then be voted upon by the cam-
pus, and the three women receiving
the most votes will be the new officers.
Sophomores Eligible
Three members of Judiciary Council
will also be chosen in an election.
Sophomore women may petition for
a position in this organization, for,
two of the five members of the pres-
ent Council are juniors. Judiciary
Council will select four sophomores
and two juniors from among those
who petition, and the campus will
choose two sophomores and one jin-
ior for the junior and senior positions
respectively.
The head of the group will be
named by Miss Maliszewski from the
two juniors now in the Council, and'
the other senior position will be filled
by the remaining junior. The elec-
Lions will be held in March.
Jordan Hall To Give
Dinner ToiorrOw
The directors and residents of Jor-
dan Hall will hold a formal, adminis-
tration dinner tomorrow evening. Af-
ter the dinner there will be a short
program in the drawing room.
Roberta Wood, '40, is in charge.
Esperanza Castro, Grad., a resident of
the dormitory, will do a native Phil-
ippine Dance entitled La Carinosa, a
very old courtship dance. Miss Castro
will wear her native costume and will
have as her partner Rusino Nollido.
She will be accompanied at the piano
by Betsy Winder, '41SM.

The first national anthem of China
J-Hop ticket sales, previously an- was written about 1500 B.C. according
nounced to open today, have beenj to Bing-Chung Ling, Grad., from;
postponed until Friday due to un-
foreseen difficulties, Jack Wilcox, Shanghai, who has been the United
ticket chairman, announced last States for ten years.
night. Miss Ling is a Barbour Schlar
Tickets will be sold at the Union, doing graduate work in genetic-psy-
and the sale will be open to Juniors ,holoy. She believes that China has
only until Tuesday, when the sale will
be opened to all classes. The price1 much to offer education in literature.
of the tickets will be $5.50. ( art and music. Chinese music, she
Jimmy Dorsey and Kay Kayser's I said, was in a written form as early
orchestras will play for the dance. as 2000 B.C. and developed indepen-
Both fraternities and independents dently of any other civilization. The
will have booths at the J-Hop. Plans musical instruments used in China
have been made by the Junior En- are mainly the flute, the Chinese vio-
gineers to. have a booth, and reser- lin and the piano. "The piano we use,"
vations for places may be made in Miss Ling explained, 'has a keyboard
the office over the Engineering Arch. similar to an organ and is based on
It will be necessary to bring J-Hop the pipe system."
tickets when reservations are made. National Anthem Chanted
it was announced. Ching-Yung, literally translated,
- %means the Beautiful Clouds. It is the
Last Swi n~ Session first national anthem and is chanted
iather than sung like most Chinese
NXi11Be, field Io~la- y temple music, Miss Ling said.
'_Architecturally, other countries
The Swing Session will meet from have a great deal to learn from China.
7:15 to 9:30 p.m. today in the League she stated. The Chinese temples are
Ballroom, Douglas Gregory, '39, di- not only very beautiful, but are also
rector, announced. constructed on sound principles. The
Gregory said that the session next painting and minor arts of China,
week is to be the last for this se- she said, have never been equaled.
mester. The remainder of the ses- No artisans elsewhere in the world
sions in this series will be continued have been able to duplicate the deli-
next semester. cate workmanship of Chinese artists.
The tango, two variations of the Their wood carving and lacquer work
rhumba and the new shag steps will is envied by other craftsmen in every
be taught, with Marie Sawyer, '38, country, she continued.
acting as assistant. "Any requests No Ph.D.'s Given In China
for new steps will be welcome and we Education in China does not differ
will try to include them in future much from the methods here. The
sessions." Gregory said. school years are divided in the same
way. into elementary schools. see-
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imp::lanted in our lives that we will
not part with them."
In regard to the present situation in
China, Miss Ling has an optimistic
outlook. She stated that China has
been conquered before and that the
conquerors have always become as-
similated into their race. "Even
though the Japanese may conquer our
people," she concluded, "they will
never westernize us but they will
eventually adapt our culture."

Continue Assembly Initiation Is Announced
Ball Petitions Today By Alpha Kappa Lambda
Alpha Kappa Lambda announces
Petitioning for Assembly Ball the initiation of Arthur C. Oakes,
chairmanships and comimttee posi- '39E. Queen's Village, L.L; Arthur L.
ions will continue today for the bene- Bennett, '40E, Schenectady, N.Y.;
fit of those women who were unable Richard R. Roemer'39ELymbroo
to petition yesterday, Norma Curtis,
1'39, general chairman, announced. LI., and Howard G. Lentz, '40, Clev-
Petition blanks may be obtained all land, 0.
day long in the Undergraduate Office
of the League, Miss Curtis said. The
positions open to petitioning are
those of assistant chairman, program,
patrons, decorations, publicity,m musicO
tickets and finance chairmen and
memberships on the committees. w
Interviewing for chairmanships will
be held from 3 to 5 p.m. tomorrow

the League.
ALPHA DELTA PI "The names of those who are to
Mrs. James Grant Murray, prov- hold these positions will be an-
ince president of Alpha Delta Pi, is a nounced Tuesday, Jan. 25," Miss
guest of the local chapter this week. Curtis said.
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V*id Ac etS
Brighten "Darli
,Date Dreysses
Afternoon dresses are fashion's fa-
vorites for starting the new year
right. They are usually featured in
dark colors accented by massive gold
jewelry or by vivid jackets, making
numerous smart versions of one
simple dress.
Balenciaga advises the style-con-
scious woman to begin the new year
in a black wool crepe dress with a
swathed belt so wide it gives the
impression of a tunic. He also sug-
gests a crepe rayon frock with a
shirred bodice that is flattering in
its simplicity. It comes in black or
ice cream colors.
Printed Jackets Smart
Smart is the one-piece dark dress
with a built-up neckline that is per-
fect for jewels. Its versatility is in-
creased by a shawl collar jacket.
Equally smart are the exotic striped
or print jackets that are worn over
dark frocks.
Velvet adds a luxurious note to a
plum-colored velvet suit with a fitted
jacket embroidered in iridescent pur-
ple and silver threads. Lanvin also
features an American beauty red vel-
vet bolero, scalloped and soutached,
over a plain black wool dress.
Gold Bolero Worn
Alix has introduced two extremely
new fads in this spring collection.
One is a black jersey frock with a
shirred-back tunic fashioned in the
restored tier silhouette. The other is
a black wool dress modelled in a
bright coat-front with a sky-blue
crepe panel down the front.
Carolyn features a black rayon
crepe frock with a shirred gold bolero
and she also presents a dark blue,
rayon, two-piece model boasting a

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C oncert Band To Open
,Winter Season Sunday
Michigan's band of 125 men, now
reduced to 90 members, will open its
winter season of concerts in Hill Au-
i ditorium Sunday afternoon at 4:15
p.m. Prof. William D. Revelli, director
announced yesterday.
This concert will be the first in a
series to be presented during the re-
mainder of the school year. It will
present a repertoire of operatic, mod-
ern American and ballet music.
The general public is invited to the
concert to which no admission will be
charged.t
pleated skirt, tucked bodice, and a
white pique collar.
Odd Prints Add Gayness
The dressy shirtwaist frock retains
its popularity this year-dressed up
with a multiple-pleated skirt and
tricky buttons. One of the newer
one is of blue silk with a gay red-
and-white scarf.
Like heralds of Spring come print
dresses, with or without jackets.
Everything from animals to umbrellas
is used, the odder the better. One
giddy model is a telephone-number
print of white on black trimmed with
a red belt.
DRUGS
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Ling attended St. Mary's Academy
in Shanghai and she said that the
elective system was the same as in
America.
The universities, however, do not
offer Ph.D.'s so there is no oppor-
tunity for graduate study. Miss Ling
said that America far surpassed China
in scientific study. The only grad-
uate scientific degree offered in Chi-
nese Universities besides master of
science is a doctor of medicine. She
said that China has made great
strides in public or government edu-
cation since the founding of the re-
public.

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Westernization Unwelcome
Chinese people do not want to be-
come westernized, Miss Ling stated.
"We want to adopt some of the west-
ern methods, such as the modern
J.G.P. MEETINGS TODAY
The dancing class for the 1938 Jun-
ior Girls Play will be held from 4 to 6
p.m. today at the Women's Athletic
Building. Beginners will attend at 41
p.m. and the advanced group at 5
p.m. The publicity committee will.
meet at 4 p.m., tomorrow at the
League. The remaining health re-
check slips will be handed out at this
meeting.

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