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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOV. 15, 1942

Inter-Guild Hymn Sing Is Tonight
Inter-Guild, a federation of the selected by members of Guilds will be
Guilds of the Protestant Churches in sung. Virginia Rock, '45, Chuck Mil-
Ann Arbor, will sponsor a second ler, '44E, and Jim Terrell, '43, will
.Hymn Sing at 830 m. today in the present short background talks on
Bethlehem jVangelical and Reformed hymns.
Church, 4th Ave. north of Packard. The Canterbury Club Choral Group,
Hymn requests will be taken from under the direction of Nancy Faxon,
the floor, and in addition three hymns will sing two anthems.
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DORMITORIES DON'T WORRY: Faculty, Grads
Students Will Eat Meat Despite to Hear Talks
Current Shortage and Rationing on Defense
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oriental Group To MeHa Tuesday

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Second meeting of the Oriental
Religions Seminar sponsored by the
Student Religious Association will be
held at 7:30 p. m.T^uesday at Lane
Hall when Gerald Tien, teaching fel-
low in the Department of Oriental
Languages, will lead a discussion on
Confucianism.F

The study of the essence of Confu-
cianism and the role it plays in Chi-
nese life, held two weeks ago, will be
continued this week with chief em-
phasis on the teachings of Mencius,
the "First Teacher's" foremost disci-
pie.

By MARGARET FRANK
St'udents will still have a sufficient!
amount of meat in their daily diets in
spite of the current shortage and

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kDVERTISING"proposed rationing.
v . Campus food servers who do their
ordering through the University Hos-
pital's purchasing agent-this in-
cludes the dormitories and the League
MISCELLANEOUS -havelittle to worry about because
I their meat supplies have already been
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critical and F. C. 1Kuenzel, purchasing
agent, has discovered tha iany cuts
cannot be ordered, and even if the
invoices are released the meat may
not arrive. "In some instances the
meat has been loaded ready for ship-
ment, the government consigns it for
the Army and all we received was the
billing," Mr. Kuenzel said.
"Our bacon order has been cut from
last year's 96 pounds per week to 24.
We never know fromi week' to week}
which particular cut will not be avail-
able. Now, I have trouble getting the
special meats for the athletes' train-
ing table: .
All University dining rooms includ-
ing the hospital will initiate meatless
days. The Le.gue has already begun,
Two N ew ar
Courses Begin
Inspection Trainees
iai T moidrid
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Two more University war courses
will get underway when the ESMWT-
sponsored course for aircraft inspec-
tor trainees and section 11 of the Ord-
nance Materials Inspection Training
course are .started tomorrow.
Prof. R. H. Sherlockcoordinator
for the Engineering Science and
Management War Training program,
announced yesterday that approxi-
mately 50 enrollees are expected for
the aircraft inspection course. En-
rollees in this program will= receive
training and instruction at the Uni-
versity in the inspection of aircraft
material to determine acceptibility in
accordance with government 'specifi-
cations.
Persons selected for this course will
be employees of the Army Air Force
and will be appointed junior procure-
mentinspector trainees at $14,440 per
year while learning. Training will be
on a full-time basis for a 10-week
period, with eight hours of study per
day, five days a week.
Upon successful completion of the
course, trainees will be eligible for
assignment as junior procurement in-
spectors at $1,620 per year and will
be sent out into jobs in the aircraft
industries.
Professor Sherlock said that the
course personnel is expected to be
nearly three-fourths feminine.
The aircraft inspection course willm
be supervised by Prof. A. M. Kuethe.

j and henceforth on Tuesday no meat Chem Department3
will be served. .
Wholesalers and packers of Annll Sponsor ' x
Arbor reported in a recent survey that Lectures on War Gas
they were willing to accept the gov-
ernmental restrictions saying philo- A series of six lectures on war gas
sophically that they would rather be and civilian defense will start Tues-
in business next May as well as now. day for the faculty and graduate stu-
One packer said the local situation dents in chemistry, biological chemi-
was especially difficult because the 10 try, chemical engineering and phar-
per cent increased population added macy.
to the 30 per cent cut in beef over last The lectures are a portion of the
year will mean that people in Ann program which has been initiated by
Arbor will consume apprcximately 40 the chemistry department to '3sist in
per cent less beef. the defense program. The committee
Packers have found no difficulty in which has arranged the talks consists
getting livestock and they report that of Professor C. S. Schoepfle of the
the pork supply is the largest in his- Chemistry Department as chairman,
tory. To reserve enough stock for Professors G. G. Brown of the Chemi-
next spring the pro ratio reduction of cal Engineering Department, H. B.
25 per cent for pork was set up. Leivis of the Biological Chemistry
Because of the far sighted program Department, and L. O. Brockway and
packers believe that the situation will L. C. Anderson of the Chemistry De-
not be any worse after rationing is partment.
put into effect. They emphasize that The lectures will be repeated at a
no emergency shortage is in sight and later date for sophomores, juniors,
that veal, fish, chicken and glandular and seniors in the departments indi-
meats-liver and tongue-will not be cated and special lectures are con-
rationed. Smoked meats and loin cuts templated for students enrolled in the
of pork are most difficult to get now. introductory chemistry courses.
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CHICAGO ,Nov. i4.--- P- The
first treason trial in Illinois' history.
which stemmed from the landing of
eight German saboteurs in the United
States from a Nazi submarine last
June, went to a jury in federal court
late today.
Judge William J. Campbell told the
jury of eight women and four men
their task was to decide whether the
defendants "had intent" to aid or
agreed among themselves to assist
Herbert Haupt, executed Nazi sabo-
teur and son of one of the three cou-
ples on trial.

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attack. The United States Office of
Civilian Defense has published several
booklets describing defense operations
and has recommended that these pro-
cedures be incorporated in the local
defense plans,
The lectures which have been an-
nounced will present the phases of
gas warfare and defense which will be
of particular interest to the civilian.
In the first lecture Professor
Fchoepfle will discuss the use of poi-
son gas in the last war. Professor An-
derson will point out how they might
be used against civilians and will out-
line a civilian defense program.
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Mashea ,Potatoes -- -
GRiLLED BEEF TENDERLOIN French Fried Potatoes
SALADS: Fruit Head of Lettuce
VEGETABLES: Peas and Carrots in Butter Thor String Beans
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At the iichigan ..
Inspired by the American Volunteer
Group, Republic Pictures has named
their latest screen epic "Flying Ti-
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Michigan Theatre. -
Starring John Wayne as the squad-
ron leader, John Carroll as one of the
"Flying Tigers," and Anna Lee as
Wayne's. sweetheart the film deals
with the difficulties the squadron ha
in downing Jap planes.
The Tigers. are tremendously out- -
numbered by enemy planes so Wayne
calls in Carroll to help him out by'
flying for his squadron. Carroll -joins
only because he needs the money re-
ceived fox every plane shot down. He
is instantly disliked by all the mem-
bers of the squadron and adds to his
unpopularity when one of the mem-'
bers is killed by what they believe is
Carroll's mistake.
Wayne's girl (Miss Lee) leaves him
for Carroll who tries to dissuade her.
His role as a villain Rends, however,
when he sacrifices himself in a crash
to save Wayne's life,
At the State .. .
A host of new sensations of the
show world are seen in RKO's "Seven
Days Leave" which opens today at
the State. Radio's "Court of Missing
Heirs" gives this musical its impetus
and setting. A young man (Victor
Mature) in the Army hears on that
program that lie's the missing heir to
millions.
His buddies make up a fund to de-
fray his expenses to New York, and I
his superiors give him leave to go.
While in New York he is taken on
a round of night clubs where Freddie
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