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E THE MitGAN iAILY_

M MTAY, OCT. 16, 1942

Sororities Lead Fraternity Men
In Homecoming War Bond Rice

Hustling sorority women forged j
nearly $200 ahead of the fraternities
in the Homecoming war bond and
stamp race yesterday, but the still
confident fraternity men appeared to
have an ace or two up their collective
sleeve in the form of huge bond pur-
chases by individual members.
Pan-Hellenic Council reported late
yesterday that the sorority girls had
come back for more than $400 worth
of additional stamps yesterday, mak-
ing a grand total of more than $800.
Meanwhile, IFC bond salesman
Jack Page declared the fraternity
total at $655. He also lashed out
against a sorority spokesman's state-
ment that "the boys had better get
going" by terming it "invidious fem-
inine propaganda."

At present all campus fraternities
have reported for their $20 quotas of
war stamps and two houses, Phi Delta
Theta and Chi Phi, came back for
more.
Regarding the ace up the fraternity
sleeve, it was whispered in campus
circles that members of at least two
houses, ATO and Sig Ep, were plan-
ning large bond purchases. Other
houses, too, are reported to have indi-
cated that their members will come
through in this fashion.
This contest between Michigan fra-
ternity men and sorority women is for
the three cups that are being offered
the first three ranking houses selling
the most war bonds and stamps be-
fore next Monday.

Navy Sinks Six Jap Ships In Solomons
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Six Japanese ships-a heavy cruiser, four destroyers and a 5,000-ton transport-were sunk by a navy
task force in a 30-minute battle west of Savo Island the night of Oct. 11-12, when the Japanese attempted
to land reinforcements on Guadalcanal Island in the S olomons. The Japanese then withdrew to the west (dot.
ted line) and in two attacks Navy and Marine planes f rom the Guadalcanal airport damaged one and possibly
two cruisers and a destroyer south of New Georgia Island Oct. 12. One U.S. destroyer was sunk.

Designed to train college men and
women for work with the armed for-
ces, a seminar in cryptanalysis will
be held Oeginning at 3:30 p. m. Tues-
day in Room 3201, Angell Hall, Pro-
fessor Sumner B. Myers of the math-
ematics department announced to-
day.

DecodingCourse To Begin

Taught Jointly by Myers and Pro-
fessor Arthur Copeland of the math-
ematics department, the seminar will
deal with the solving of codes and
ciphers. Neither previous experience,
or a knowledge of mathematics is
needed.

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French Film
Continues Run
'Carnival In Flanders'
Opens Year's Series
"Carnival in Flanders," the first
presentation of the Art Cinema
League in its 1942-43 season, will be
shown at 8:15 today and tomorrow
in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
A short, "Hidden Hunger," which
was produced by the Department of
Agriculture will also be offered with
this French comedy. Tickets for both
performances are now on sale at the
box office of the Mendelssohn Thea-
ter.
The Art Cinema League will also
continue its policy of presenting a
representative survey of American
film. Their initial feature of this type
of film will be a series of early silent
pictures presented in four Sunday,
programs.
The first program in this series will
be shown Sunday, and two perfor-
mances will be offered, one at 7 p. m.
and the other at 9 p. m. Eight pic-
tures will be run off in this group,
covering the period from 1895 to 1912.
Following the custom in past years,
tickets for this series must be pur-
chased for the entire series and not
for single programs. These season
tickets are now on sale at the Michi-
gan League and Union desks.

(Continued from Page 1)
to send any man into combat duty
who had less than a year's training.
The war department had opposed
such a provision.
Hershey told the House Military
Committee that the bill to lower the
draft ages would make available 1,-
500,000 youths-the best of our man-
power.
The Senate Military Committee
was busy with a sim.ar "measure.
Today it considered the edueational
problems involved in.' dr af ting
young men, and heard Brig. Gen.'
M. G. White of the General Staff
testify that the Army: was develop-:
ing plans for sending its brightest
soldiers to college for technical
training.
General White's plan was to
grant no educational deferments.
But men with special aptitudes
would be permitted by the Army to
attend existing colleges as part of

House Military Committee OK's
Measure To Lower Draft Age

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volved a constant "screening" he
said, so that "if a man fell down in
his studies, out he wouldf o."
Before the House Committee, Her-
shey said that 1,100,000 more men
would be drafted by Jan. 1 many of
whom would be men with secondary.
dependents (parents, brother and sis-
ters) and men with wives only.
Dr, Giedion Will Discuss
Nation's Inventive Spirit
Dr. Siegfried Giedion, Norton Le-
turer, at Harvard University, . will:
speak on "The-American spirit of In-
vention'" at 4:15 p. m. today in the
Lecture Room of the Arclhtectllr
Building,
The leeture, under the sponaorship
of the College of Architecture and
Design, is pen ;,to the 01ulDc.r.
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