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's war on the seas. £1.UII s LUULII4UIu 01 A lecture course in marriage rela-
its of the sinking were the sinking of the Courageous, first tions, conducted by medical authori-
re by survivors, about British warship to go down in the ties and open to seniors and gradu-
were landed in England two weeks of war, was barren of de- ate students, may be repeated at
r, ~tail. It only said the Courageous had.r;.
ted crewmen sang and {been lost by enemy submarine the University again this year.
Ss m after h n sMarriage courses were given twice
ad foundered. the action," that an undisclosed number during 1938-1939 and met with wide
F a powerful unit of the of survivors had been picked up by student approval. The course was in
st navy shocked a na- destroyers and merchant ships and the form of five lectures, dealing with
angered by the loss of that the submarine was "heavily at- different marital problems.
ships-among them the tacked by destroyers and is believed ...x r Two committees, one of faculty
rdn what the Brict- There were two distinct nanks at members and one of students, spon-
sored the series. Tickets were issued
warfare. intervals of about a second," related and attendance was limited to 1,000.
'se brought to England one of the survivors. The lectures were given in the Gradu-
"After that there were a few minor Th lctre w ate School auditorium.
explosions and most of the crew Textbooks were used to supplement
an Wine jumped into the water. The order the course and were on file in Lane
ALL CUT-RATE to abandon ship came within five ' Hall and the League. Students who
minutes and the Courageous foun- ":.had received a Bachelor of Arts de-
South State dered 30 minutes after the first ex- gree, students in public health work,
hone 5933 plosion. The ship heeled so badly ELLIS WUNCH members of the Michigan Dames, and
some lifeboats could not be used." qualified undergraduate senior men
Steepe d it tradition wc yras nd women were eligible to take part
grown up around it in its 35 years on in the second semester course.
the Michigan campus, "Gargoyle" re-
tains its position as peer of the Na-
EV G tion's collegiate numor magazines. Seek To Avert
Names of those on the staff in the
past include such celebrities in the Power
world of humor as Gurney Williams.
Among the artists who have worked
on the Garg staff is Tom Powers, the CIO Unnion Threatens
s . } ''cartoonist.
cartonist.State-Wide Tie-Up
Articles by well-known campus raeW d Ti-
writers, cartoons by expert artists,
fashion pages, hundreds of jokes, LANSING, Sept. 18. -(I)- The
contests and short stories form the State Labor Mediation Board sought
bulk of the diet which Gargoyle feeds tonight to avert a paralyzing strike
the campus each month. in electrical and gas plants of the
Ths year the magazine -is being Consumers Power Company.
completely revitalized, according to The Utility Workers Organizing
N. Stewart Robson, '40, business
manager. It will be published on Committee, a CIO affiliate, informed
Publications Building presses and Arthur E. Raab, chairman of the
the price per issue will be lowered board, it had voted to call a state-
from 25 cents to 15 cents. The new wide strike of its employes in Con-
subscription rate, decided upon after sumers Power plants at midnight
an enthusiastic campus reception of Tuesday in protest against what it
the magazine last year, is one dollar described as "intolerable" working
for the eight issues. conditions.
for reading, studying, and Editor of the magazine during the Raab, however, following a day of
S sscoming year is Ellis Wunsch, '40. The conferences with spokesmen for the
sa tasks. Baby Gargoyle, which is given free company and the union, stated that
to freshmen during orientation week, progress was being made toward an
& VALUE .is aready being circulated. amicable settlement.
The strike vote, taken Saturday
Plan. Historical Mural night at Ionia by the UWOC, is an
fl fl maftermath of a controversy between
A mural depicting the laying of the the union and the International
first railroad constructed west of Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,
Schenectady, which was built through each of which has demanded recog-
the pioneer settlement of Blissfield nition as the sole collective bargain-
in the Michigan Territory, is being ing agent for employes of the com-
State Street at North U. painted in the Briasfield post office p_
by Prof. Jean Paul Slusser of the
College of Architecture.Hi e T Cod c
HolidayServices
, - ,. z.Services for Yom lKippur, Jewish
DayerfiAtonement, will be held this
year at the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
eatre, under the auspices of the Hillel
Foundation. Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz,
director of the Foundation, will con-
duct services and give the sermons.
.. The holiday will begin with serv-
ices at 8 p.m. Friday. Subject of the
- 'y °:sermon is "Man Resolute." "Man Tri-
umphant" is the sermon subject for
the first Saturday service, which will
begin at 9 a.m. Afternoon and Me-
. .morial services will begin at 2:30 p.m.
-".1 Saturday. Dr. Rabinowitz will speakl
....................................... .. on "A Good Name."
' tOrthodox services will be held at
Beth Israel Center, 538 Division St.
' Friday services will begin at 5:30 p.m.,
Saturday services ta 8 a.m.
Medical Students To Meet
Students of the Medical School
". will hold annual convocation exer-
cises in the Medical building Mon-
day morning, Sept. 25.
Dr. Frances C. Senear, of the Uni-
versity of Illinois, will be speaker.

GOOD YEAR'S Attention
Cordially Invites the Class of '43
To Open House at the Camera an
Camera Fans
NEW STATE STREET STORE The Gach Camera Shop
Thursday, Sept. 21st'... 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.i s the campus photo cen-
ter.
As a Part of Ann Arbor Retail Demonstration Week Drop in and say hello;
Long a favorite of Michigan girls, GOODYEAR'S waves a cordial greeting I want to meet you.
to'43 from a new shop near the campus. Here are to be found exclusive While in Ann Arbor
lines of tailored classics . . B. H. Wragges and McMullens, memorable you will have many
chances to use your
date dresses and off-campus clothes as well as lingerie, accessories, hats, camea tCmusews,
camera. (Campus views,
shoes and toiletries. Everything, in short, to help male a girl's college football, news and action,

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