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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. JAN, ?3, 1944

*rAGE TWO SUNDAY, JAN. 23, 1944
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Campus 'March of Dimes' Campaign

Will Start Tomorrow

Coeds Will Sell
llime Daily'
aTo All Students
Collection Boxes To Be
Placed in Residences
During Week of Drive
"Plans for the campus "March of
Dimes" drive which begins tomorrow
> hsve been completed and all we need
tow is complete student coopera-
tion," Marjorie Hall, '45, Women's
cairman of the drive announced
sterday.
A special "Dime Daily" will be sold
Tu sday all over campus by women
from the various sororities, coopera
tives, league houses and dormitories.
"Although the nominal, cost of this
edition will be only a dime," Miss
1Aall said, "we hope every one will
cntribute as much over that amount
as they can when they buy the "Dime
Da4ly-"
A campus goal of a dime a day per
student during the week that the
carub*ign is in progress has been set.
"Mar' i of Dimes" boxes will be
paCed in all the University resident-
e to facilitate this collection.
Sorority women from Alpha Gain-
%'a Delta, Chi Omega, Collegiate Sor-
osis, Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Del-
tard Sigma Delta Tau will be sta-
t ~ed from 10 a.m. to 3 p~m. every
dty this week in. the 'March of
Dimes' booth at the State street
fbank.
lt noon Tuesday University coeds
with Mtarch of Dimes boxes will be
stationed at the entrance to the mess
balls of the Atmy, Navy and Marine
COrps.
A special motion picture feature
tarring Greer Garson will be shown
at each performance in all the local
motion picture theatres this week.
Alter each showing of this feature
Vnlversity coeds and local high
school girls will; circulate. "March of
Dines" boxes through the audience.
Yesterday's Stomp
SCalled 'Best Yet'
The second GI Stomp, which was
held from 3 to 5 p.m. yesterday, was
terined "the best yet" by Dick Chen-
eth. '45, chairman of the Union
. 'ocial Committee.
SThe north lounge of the Union
was packed with women and service
men who came to dance to the tunes
of a juke box. Because of the interest
shown in the event, Chenoweth said
that a third Stomp will be held at
Stl same time next Saturday.
One Union spokesman suggested
khet the Stomp could be improved
i servicemen came on time because
the women usually arrive promptly.
Lane Hall Record Concert
Will Feature Beethoven
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 in
b Minor will be played as the chief
voffering of the weekly record con-
cert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Lane
I{all.
Known as the Choral 'Symphony,
this s1ecti6ki is petftbitnd by the
* Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and
the Vienna State Opera Chorus,
under the direction of Felix Wein-
gartner.

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Sovereignty To
Be Theme of
Council Panel
"Can National Sovereignty Be Li-
mited?" will be the topic of a Public
panel to be held at 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday in the Union by the Post-War
Council.
Prof. George Kallenbach of the
political science department, Prof.
George Kiss of the geography de-
partment and Prof. John Shepard of
the psychology department will form
the faculty panel.
In keeping with its policy of spon-
soring those activities which it thinks
may lead to greater understanding of
post-war problems, the Post-War
Council also calls to the attention of
the student body the Pabst Post-War
Employment Contest. Manuscripts,
to be eligible must present "a work-
able' and practical basis for the solu-
tion of Post-War Employment in
America."
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY

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At The State ...
Snappy dialogue is the feature at-
traction in "Princess O'Rourke," the
new film which opens at the State
today.
Starring Olivia de Havilland and
Robert Cummings, the picture in-
eludes in its supporting cast Charles
Coburn, star of "The More the Mer-
rier" as well as Jack Carlson and
Jane Wyman.

At The Michigan . .
"No Time for Love," the new com-
edy hit starring Claudette Colbert
and Fred MacMurray is the new
screen fare opening at the Michigan
Theatre today.
Ilka Chase, the autnor of "Past
Imperfect" and noted comedienne
plays the chief supporting role in
this hilarious film about a female
newspaper photographer.

DON'T LET THE AXIS HAVE OUR TAXES!
-

-BUY WARI
GET THAT
EXTRA
BOND
NOW!

BONDS HERE -.-
BONDS ISSUED H ERE
WHILE YOU WAIT!
Continuous from 1P.M.

Here is a facsimile of the new Series E War Bonds, half the size of the issue you now own; Treasury
Department is saving paper and reducing production costs; however, the new war bonds will do just as
much work in winning the war as the big-sized ones.

Canipus .Armny
Units Swell War
Bond Sales
Caipus 0ftal Through
Friday his $41,150;
.]Mes ger ilea hIdp111
"Judging by the orders that we
have handled so far, it looks as if the
Army units on the campus are deter-
mined not only to help fight the war
but to pay for it as well," R. Gordon
Griffith, chairman of the University
War Bond drive said yesterday.
According to Mr. Griffith the or-
ders received from Army officers and
men in relation to their number is
much higher than would be expected
considering their circumstances.
"This showing by the Army men has
made a lot of us wonder if we really
are doing enough in the War Bond
drive," he said.
'Minute Men' at Work
Sales in the University drive
through Friday noon totaled $41,150
maturity value. Of this amount more
than $10,000 had been received
through the Bond Belles. Reports
from all the ASTP companies on
campus are not yet in, but Army
"minute men are conducting an
intensive campaign with the pur-
pose of having each man invest in an
$18.75 bond above his regular month-
ly allotment, according to Lt. Melvin
G. Flegal, head of the Army drive.
Bond purchases by Company H, sta-
tioned in Ypsilanti, will also be sent
here.
Part of War Record
From all reports the Bond BeIlle
Messenger service has been very suc-
cessful and helpful to the University
staff. The JGP women during the
course of their Work have found
buildings and parts of the University
that they didn't know existed.
Mr. Griffith said, "While it is true
that it doesn't matter where the
bonds are purchased, the University
naturally takes pride in is showing
in these drives a part of its war
record."

SUNDAY SCHEDULE:
Student Religious Groups
Announce Meetings for Today

The ignficnceof the religions ofv
ma Or nat~iCnsinrelation to the war
lnd post-war world will be the topic
of a talk by Harrishchandra Amin at
5 p.m. today at the Congregational-
Disciples Guild.
Amin, a graduate student in chem-
ical engineering from Bombay, India,
will have as his topic "Religious Phil-
osophies of India and the Post War
WVorldl."
The Wesleyan Foundation will dis-
cuss "What I Believe about Jesus,"
at their meeting today at 5 p.m. with
supper following. Students and min-
isters will lead the group.
Roger Williams Guild
Dorothy Pugsley, '44, will speak to
the Roger Williams Guild at the
Baptist Church at 5 p.m. on "What
Christian Students Are Saying." Miss
Pugsley was the Michigan delegate to
the Inter-Collegiate Christian Con-
ference recently held at Wooster,
Ohio.
A panel discussion on religious
questions will be held by the Luther-
C:ener Will Hear
PFrof", Gutlie Today
Prof. Carl E. Guthe, director of the
University museums and of the Mu-
seum of Anthropology, will speak on
"Indians of the United States" at
7:30 p.m. today at the International
Center.
Honorary chairman for the pro-
gram will be Dr. Gabriel Atristain
from Mexico.
Prof. Outhe has just accepted a
position as the Director of the New
York State Museum at Albany and
expects to begin his new duties
March 1.
He has been a member of the Uni-
versity staff for 22 years. In 1920;
before coming here, he was associat-
ed with the Carnegie Institute of
Washington.

an 'Student Association at 5:30 p.m.
at Zion Parish Hall. Virginia Rock,
'44, will be chairman with the Rev.
H. 0. Yoder and E. C. Stellhorn as
leaders. A supper discussion meeting
of Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Club will start at 5:30 p.m. at the
Center on Washtenaw Ave.
Following the evening prayer ser-
vice at 5 p.m. the Canterbury Club
at the Episcopal Church is planning
supper and a discussion on "Devel-
opment of God" by Rev. Robert Muir,
student chaplain,
Roller Skating Party
A roller skating party for the
Catholic students will begin at 3 p.m.
today at the chapel. The group will
return at 5:30 p.m. to the clubrooms.
The Westminster Guild at the
Presbyterian Church will attend a
vesper communion service at 4:30
p.m. today which commemorates the
sixth anniversary of the church
building. Supper and fellowship hour
will follow. Students are invited to
join the Guild at this time.
Petitions for Victory ball
Must Be IWednesday
Petitioning for committee mem-
bers of the Victory Ball to be held
March 3 at the Intramural Building
must be completed by Wednesday.
Elections will be held Friday. The
committee will consist of three mem-
bets from the College of Literature,
Science, and Arts, three from the En-
gineering College, and three from the
School of Forestry and other com-
bined schools.
Two representatives from the Navy
and two from the Army will be ap-
pointed.

CLASSIFIED
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one or two days. (In-
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additional 5 words.)
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Contract Rates on Request
HELP WANTED
FEMALE help wanted: Experienced
workers for book binding. Call Un-
iversity 4121, ext. 757.-
PART TIME help wanted. Sandwich
maker, waitresses, waiters, dish
washers. Good pay. University
Grill. William Street, third door
from State. Phone 9268.
MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 3081
State.
ALTERATIONS on ladies' garments.
Phone 22678. Alta Graves, 402 Ob-
servatory Street, opposite Stock-
well.
LOST and FOUND
LOST - Saddle-leather wallet with
initials M. U.; containing money
and valuables. Reward. Call Marie
Upchurch, 3058, Stockwell.
LOST-Hamilton wrist watch, gold
expanding wristband, in or near
Waterman Gym, Wednesday, be-
tween 4 and 5. Reward. Call
Mich. Daily.

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