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fitIbAY, DEC. 8, 1944

T1E MICHIGAN DAILY

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Chinese Students Club

Gives

Sale of Cards To.Aid Orphans

By STASIA ZAVLARIS
Christmas brings to many visions
of home, a brightly lighted tree, gaily
wrapped gifts, caroling, and a feeling
of "peace on earth toward men of
good will." These things seem to
have little connection with the plight
of destitute Chinese war orphans,
lut. aid and perhaps cheer can be
bgrought to these helpless unfortu-
nates by the buying and sending of
Chinese Christmas cards. r
The cards, printed by the Chin-
ese WNomen's Relief Association of
New York, are unusual and attrac-
tive water color prints of Chinese
paintings, with greetings in Eng-
lish and Chinese. A dozen of these
5" by 7" cards can be purchased
for one dollar at any of the follow-
ing places: the Union Travel Desk,
the League, the International Cen-
ter, all women's dormitories, and
the West Quad, until Dec. 20. Any

Chinese student on campus will
afso accept orders.
The Chinese Students Club spon-'
sors the sale every year and all pro-
ceeds will be sent to the United China
Relief Committee for th6 benefit of
Chinese war orphans. The club ad-
vises that orders be placed early
while a supply of cards is on hand.
Members of the committee in
charge of the sale are: Miss Ching-
Wen Hu, H. C. Tien, and Herman
Yueh.
All those interested in bowling
are urged to attend the first meet-
ing of the group, to be held Mon-
day at 5 p.m. in the Woman's
Athletic Building. Anyone unable
to come should call Dorothy Flint,
23225.

Many Talents
Color Career
Of Osa Johnson
Woman's place for Osa Johnson has,
been anywhere but in the home, for
she has carved a career for herself
in a man's world, proving herself
equal to many of the best explorers
of our age.;
Yet this chic, attractive, dark-eyed
young woman has all the feminine
instincts to make a home no matter
how temporary it may be. The most
permanent of all these homes ist
shown in her new picture, "Afri-
can paradise" which will be present-
ed by Mrs. Johnson at 8:30 p. m.
Tuesday in Hill Auditorium. OSA JOHNSON, woman explorer,
This feature depicts the storg of will speak Tuesday at Hill Audi-
the four years the Johnsons lived at toriium.
a beautiful lake they discovered in
the heart of the African wilderness,T
where their only neighbors were the D ance To Star
elephants and wild animals. Here
they spent their time photographing1
the natural life of the elephant, the .ayton Band
rhino, the lion and the giraffe as they
had lived for centuries undisturbed The lull between last week's Union
by man. At her appearance here Tu- formal, and IFC's Ball next week will
esday Mrs. Johnson will also show be amply filled both today and tonor-
the feature "Tulagi and the Solomon row by Bill Layton and his orchestra
Islands." who will provide dancing entertain-
Other Accomplishments ment from 9 p. m. to midnight in
Though motion pictures are her the Union Ballroom.
first love, Mrs. Johnson has many "The Trolley Song" from the mo-
other accomplishments to her credit. tion picture "Meet Me in St. Louis."
She has written several best-selling and "Her Tears Flowed Like Wine,"
books, including the Book-of-the- a tune of Stan Kenton's which is '
Month selection of last year, "I Mar- catching on fast, will be featured by
vied Adventure" and a sequel just the orchestra and Judy Ward, vocal-
published, "Four Years in Paradise." ist. Also occupying the spotlight will1
She has been made a Doctor of Sci- be Tommy Turk, the orchestra's
ence at Rollins College, in recogni- young trombonist.a
tion of her lifetime of splendid work Hit tunes, requested by those at-
toward increasing the knowledge of tending the Union dances will be
the world, and she is active in re- played each week by the orchestra,
search, conservation and war relief and tickets may be purchased by
work. Union members at the Union desk.
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Senior Society
Taps Members
Senior Society, independent senior
women's honor society, tapped eight.
women yesterday at dinner in their
respective houses, according to tra-
dition..
Those tapped were as follows: Pat
Carr, Mosher, who is secretary-treas-
urer of Assembly Council; Jean Gil-
man, Newberry, president of the
Women's Glee Club; Jane Richard-
son, Mosher, vice-president of As-
sembly Council; Lee Amer, Newberry,
business manager of The Michigan
Daily; Ann Terbrueggen, Martha
Cook, president of the Spanish Club;
Shirley Robin, Newberry, publicity
chairman for Assembly Council;
Florene Wilkins, Martha Cook, presi-
dent of Assembly Council; and Doro-
thy Servis, Martha Cook, secretary to
Miss MacCormick at the League.
In tapping these women, Senior
Society carried on a custom which
was begun in 1906, when it was
founded by Mrs. Elias Jordan. Mem-
bers are chosen on the basis of lead-
ership, scholarship, and service.
Those tapped will be known on cam-
pus today by their white collars and
blue bows. They will be formally
initiated Wednesday in the League
Chapel.
Present members include Cornelia
Grofsema, president, Evelyn Phillips,
Janet Peterson, Lucille Genuit, Beth-
ing Clark, Ruth Edberg, and Marge
Hall.
WAA Will Honor
House Managers
At Informal Tea
Inviting all Athletic Managers of
league houses. serorities and dormi-
tories. the WAA Intramural leaders
will hold a tea at 4:30 p.m. today in
the small lounge of the WAB.
"While the :'imary purpose of this
tea is social--for the members to get
to know each other" said Barbara
Osborne, '46, Intramural Chairman,
"we will have short talks on points
of interest to the athletically minded
coeds."
Jean Gaffney, Awards Chairman,
will speak on the new point awarding
system; Helen Masson, '46, will tell
the managers about the revised Exer-
cise and Physical Fitness Program,
while Shelby Dietrich, '45, President
of WAA will introduce the speakers.
Miss Marie Hartwig of the Depart-
ment of Physical Education for Wo-
men will pour.
Any athletic manager who has not
already indicated whether she is
coming or not may attend the
function.
INVEST IN VICTORY

Specia

There will be a special compulsory and Marilyn Rundles will expla
meeting for all JGP dormitory rep- the special projects being undertake
resentatives at 5 p. m. Monday in the in their dormitories.
League, according to Claire Macau- "Sales in dormitories have double
lay, JGP dormitory chairman. in the course of the war loan drive
Miss Macaulay stated. Many do
At that time Nora MacLaughlin, mitories are selling war bonds; Stock
general chairman of JGP will speak well has sold 11. And yesterday
on the topic of dormitory sales dur- commemoration of Pearl Harbor do
ing the Sixth War Loan Drive, while mitories and auxiliary dormitori
Betty Etter, June Gummerson, Geor- sold $278.15 worth of stamps on cam
gia Ann Kessler, Joyce Coppersmith pus."
I The Departmnt of Speech.
presents P14,y Production

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the campus crowd.
Strong, sturdy 'n
long wearing Elk.
In Black or Brown.

Mrs. Johnson is also sponsoring the
first scientific animal toys ever put
out. She designed them. from her
own jungle pets and they won first
prize at a recent toy fair in New
Yark City.
On the more feminine side, Osa
Johnson has been called one of the
most successful homemakers in the
world; she is an authority on cook-
ing, both outdoor and pioneer Ameri-
can. And as' a personality. she is'
known as "the prettiest woman in
American public life."
The WAA Hockey Club team will
play the University High Hockey
Team at 4:30 p. m. according to Rudy
Bales Hockey Club manager. All
members of the Hockey club are ex-
pected to attend. Other spectators
are also welcome.

Dance Planned

The fact the civilians have taken
over at least part of the West Quad
will clearly be evidenced at the Wen-
ley House dance from 8:30 p. m. to
midnight tomorrow at the Quad.
The party will be the first civilian
social function of the Quad since the
war and will be held at the Wenley
Roof (alias the Allen Rumsey base-
ment.) It will be in the form of a
cabaret with a floor show, dancing,
soft drink bar, and appropriate dec-
orations.
Highlighting the evening will be an
original play and lyrics by Don La-
Badie and as an added attraction,
he will be aided by a chorus of 50-
yard line beauties.
Wenley Roof was organized by Art
Markey, social chairman, and cha-
perones will include Dean Joseph
Bursley, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ostafin,
and Miss Eleanor Scanlon,

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Christmas holidays . .
meaning people to see and
places to go . . . meaning
a mad whirl with not much
time for primping. Here in
our Casual Shop are pre-
cious jumpers and jerkin
suits in delectable pastels
that will see you through
the fun and frolic of the
holiday whirl . . . and stand
by you when you're back
on campus!

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The plaid quilted robe of '.
rayon.taffeta at $16.95. -
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robes of rose sprigged sains, tail-
ored corduroys, lush soft brushed

oerfume and perfume accessories
by the famous dressmaker.
Provocative scents that

Top to bottom:
" Lipstick perfumed with Excitementa, in
Medium, Dark, Reo Red $1.5o
" Bath Soap, three large tablets,$i.5o
* Perfume Stick $1.5 * Cologne Sachet $uSo
* PerFumes $2.50, $5.00, $10.00
*Colognes $2.50, $5.00

raycns . . . Perfect to slip over those
gaily printed pajamas and nighties
of ours.
And tlu' i5 Oly part of our sparkling (,risAInas bdtiic story.
You'll ncvcr know how simple it is to select your gifts until

25' % tool an
jerkin suits in
of beige, aqua,
Junior sizes.

linger longer . ..lend a subtle charm.
STIRRING . . Light, nostalgic

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