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i W MICHIGAN AIIl

SUNDAY, DEC. 5, 1943

Nursing...
(Continued from Page 1)
taining information about the United
States Nurse Corps.
There will be also an informal ga-
thering after dinner Monday in
Stockwell Hall and a meeting at 4:15
p.m., Tuesday in the Henderson room
of the League.
Miss Rusby's visit is part of a na-
tion-wide endeavor sponsored by Dr.
Thomas Parran, Surgeon-General of
the United States, to recruit 65,000
student nurses this year for wartime
replacements caused by the acute
needs of the Army, Navy and civilian
health agencies, and to interest col-
lege women in preparation for post-
war careers.
Nursing, Miss Rusby believes, is
war work with a future. Even before
graduation, the student nurse is rec-
ognized as being in a service as es-
sential as that undertaken by the
WACs, the WAVEs, the SPARS and
women in the Marines. Student nurs-
es release graduate nurses for ser-
vice overseas, or in military or naval
hospitals at home.
She is a member of Chi Delta Ome-
ga sorority, St. Luke's Alumnae As-
sociation, the American Nurses' As-
sociation, the American Public
Health Association, and the Nation-
al Organization of Public Health
Nursing.
--- Be A Goodfellow -
Russia 0.*
(Continued from Page 1)
at least one battalion fleeing in dis-
order, abandoning two artillery bat-
teries.
Miserable weather was hampering
both of these White Russian drives.
Zhlobin itself is on the Leningrad-
Odessa north-south railway and the
Minsk-Gomel east-west line. Its loss
will not be fatal to the Germans since
they still have junctions available to
the north or south, but its capture
will aid in the cleanup of Germans
still on the east bank of the Upper
Dneiper and render useless to the
Germans still another portion of the
railroad from Zhlobin south to Ber-
dichev.
This latter railway was virtually
useless to the Germans only a few
weeks ago, but their counterattack
in the Kiev bulge won back Zhitomir
and Korosten, leaving the Russians
in control of a section between Zhi-
tomir and Korosten and a section at
Ovruch.

Modern Santa

Clauses Without a Sleigh

Italy..
( Continued from Page 1)
market town of Lanciano, situated on
a 900-foot ridge where the Nazis re-
sisted bitterly.
General Montgomery's troops also
captured the town of Tregliosthree
miles south of San Vito and four
miles inland, and successfully beat
off a Nazi counterattack there. The
most impressive Eighth Army gain
came 12 miles inland, where the Bri-
tish stabbed forward six miles to
seize Orsogna. nine miles northwest
of the Sangro River.
The thrust through Orsogna drove
a deep wedge into secondary defenses
the Nazis had established on the
Eighth Army front and severed road
and rail lines without which the ene-
my could not hope to make another
stand anywhere near the Sangro.
- Be A Goodfellow -
Army Vote..
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Continued from Page 4)
Cl ausson. and will be open to the
public without charge.
Exhibitions
Exhibition, College of Architecture
and Design: An exhibition of paint-°
ings by Eugene Dana, and color prints
by Louis Schanker, is presented by
the College of Architecture and De-
sign in the ground floor corridor of
the Architectural Building through
Dec. 28. Open daily, except Sunday,
8:00 to 5:00. The public is cordially
invited.
Events Today

hers bring any guests who may be in the Undergraduate Office at the
interested in theu topic of the evening League: sign up for time of interview
or in the activities of the Society. when you bring your petitions in.
- Postions are general chairman and
The University of Michigan See- 13 captains. Interviewing will be held
t"ion of t e ' "rica '"emical So- from Wednesday, Dec. 8, through
ciety will meet en Monday, Dec. 13, Wednesday, Dec. 15.
at 4:15 p.m. in Room 303 Chemistry
Building. Dr. G. G. Brown will speak Petitioning for orientation advisors
on "Properis of Light Paraffin for February, July and October will
ydrocaibons. " eannual business be held through Tuesday. Dec. 7. Pe-
meeting wil be held after the talk. titions may be picked up in the

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The Womens i-,earch Club will
meet Monday, Dec. 6. in the West
Lecture Room, Rackham I-lding, at
7:30 p.m. Miss Mary '. Wharton
will discuss "Floristie Studie: in the
Black Shale Region of Kentucky,"
and Dr. Bes;e :anouse will speak
on "Some 'a xonomic Problems Con-
cerning Nortlh American Cup-fungi."
Both talks will be illustrated. Former
members of the organization now on
campus are invited.

Undergraduate Office at the League
and must be returned by 5 o'clock on
Tuesday. Dec. 7. Sign up for time of
interview when you turn in your
petition. Interviewing will be held
from Wednesday. Dec. 8, through
Wednesday, Dec. 15.
Girls who were advisers this fall
need not re-petition but must return
the postcards that are being sent out.
Women Students: It has been
necessary to change the date and
place of the first meeting of the USO

No beards, no red and white costumes; a jeep instead of a sleigh;
these modern Santa Clauses, Pfc. Henry Horah (left), Sinking Springs,
Olka., and Pfc. Howell W. Irelan (right), Los Angeles, still have the
same intent and sentiment delivering Christmas narcels to men on
the Italian Front. Both have received Silver Stars for Bravery.
in the Good fellow Driver's Seat
INSTRUCTIONS TO GOODFELLOW SALESMEN
1. The salesmen scheduled to sell at 8 a.m. are to report to The
Daily office at 7:45 a.m. Monday for buckets, papers and instructions.
2. Any questions or difficulties should be reported immediately to
the Goodfellow chairman, 2-32-41.
3. Posts may not be left until a successor appears. Materials are to
be turned over to him. The last salesman leaving the posts at 5 psm.
should bring his remaining papers and receipts to The Daily office.
4. Periodic collections of receipts will be made by the Goodfellow
Committee. Paper stocks will also be replenished at that time.

(Continued from Page 1) International Center: Miss Ismet1
Sanli, from Turkey, who is on a lec-
Senatorial Campaign Committee in ture tour of the United States, will be
protest, Guffey asserted that the co- the special guest at the International
alition which junked the Administra- Center's Sunday Program tonight at
tion's service men's vote measure in 7:30. The Snack Hour will be held'
the Senate yesterday and substituted at 9:00 p.m.
a "state's rights" proposal also was
out to kill the Anti-Poll Tax Bill. Red Cross annual meeting will be
Guffey declared that the substitute held today at 4:00 p.m. in Rackham
proposal offered by Senators McKel- Amphitheater. Mr. Albert Evans will
lar (Dem-Tenn),. McClellan (~Dem- be the speaker.
Ark) and Eastland (Dem-Miss), call-
ing on the states to enact legislation The Stevens Cooperative House,
under which men and women in the 816 Forest Ave., will have an open
armed forces could 'cast ballots in the house today, 4:00-6:00 p.m. Every-
1944 presidential election, would "de- one interested in cooperatives is in-
prive" uniformed personnel of the vited.
vote.
- Be A Goodfellow - Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
M essiah To Be Club. will have its regular supper
meeting today at the Lutheran Stu-

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Freshmen, attention: Petitioning Junior Hostess Training period. The
for the central committee of the '47 meeting will be held Thursday, Dec.
Corps will be held through Tuesday. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Rackham Lec-
Dec. 7. Petitions may be picked up ture Hall.

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hauer, pastor of the Willow Run
Lutheran Church, will be the speaker.

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Theology Seminar
To Be Held Tuesday
A consideration of the background
of recent theological developments
and an analysis of the works of Nie-
buhr, Barth, Tillich and others will
be included in the Modern Theology
Seminar to be held at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day in Lane Hall.
"Modern developments in theologi-
cal thought reflect more completely
than any other field the weak spots
in our current democratic ideology,"
E. William Muehl, acting director of
the SRA, said in commenting on the
seminar.

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Lt of Arcade: Alpha Gamma
of Diagonal: Daily
'U' Entrance of League:
silon Phi
North 'U' and East 'U':
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Entrance to Angell Hall:
micron Pi
North 'U' and State (Cam-
er) : Alpha Chi Omega
.of Law Quad: Chi Omega
ering Arch: Tri Delta
North 'U' and State
corner): Daily
Steps: Sigma Delta
Memorial Hall: Kappa
nd Liberty (Northwest cor-
Phi
of WAB: Helen Newberry
and Liberty (Southeast cor-
eta
[all: Icheldinger House
nd William (Northwest cor-
ppa Kappa Gamma
al: Couzens Hall
nd William (Northwest cor-
Dckwell Hall
and Williams (Southwest
Jordan Hall
and Huron (Southeast cor-
ddes House
nd Ain: Mosher Hall
!ad: Martha Cook
quad: Delta Gamma
and Liberty: Sorosis
rd and Liberty: Zimmerman

The annual performance of Han- _
del's "Messiah" will be given by the Lutheran Student Association will
University Musical Society at 3 p.m. meet in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall at
Sunday, Dec. 19, in Hill Auditorium. 5:'30 this afternoon. Supper will be
Agnes Davis, soprano; Lillian ,served at 6:00 p.m. and the program
Knowles, contralto; Wellington Eze- will follow. Rev. Henry Yoder will
kiel, bass, distinguished New York talk on "When Is Your Faith Chris-
singers, will be supported by the 310 tian?"
Choral Union members under the
direction of Hardin Van Deursen, a
special "Messiah" orchestra, and Comining Events
Palmer Christian, organist.
Ten new member have recently Junior Research Club will meet at
joined the Choral Union, bringing its 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 7, in the
total membership to 57 first so- Rackham Amphitheatre. The pro-
pranos, 51 second sopranos, 51 first gram will be given by F. E. Shide-
altos, 46 second altos, 14 first tenors, man, of the Department of Pharma-
25 second tenors, 36 first basses, and cology, and H. J. Gomberg, of the
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Sigma Xi will meet on Monday,
Dec. 6, at 8:00 p.m. in the Rackham
Amphitheatre. Professor Kenneth K.
Landes, chairman of the Geology
Department, will speak on "Strategic
Minerals." It is suggested that mem-

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