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March 14, 1943 - Image 6

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Dry Sundays' Would Increase
Absenteeism, Says CIO Official

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
In order to free necessary classrooms for government war training
programs, the following changes in room schedules are being made,
effective Monday, March 15, 1943.


DETROIT, March 14.-(/P)-Pre-
dieting that "dry Sundays" would
increase absenteeism of night shift
workers in Detroit war plants, the
head of a CIO local union today pro-
tested a pending legislative bill which
would ban Sunday sale of beer and
In telegrams to Governor Kelly
and members of the Legislature,
Samuel Sage, President of the United
Automobile Workers Briggs Aircraft
Local 742, said: "Assinine legislation
will affect the war effort as badly
as fifth column propaganda."
,Warning that the bill would "hurt
immeasurably any attempt to cor-
rect absenteeism" and would also

drive workers to seek recreation in
blind pigs, Sage explained that his
union has been attempting to induce
night shift workers to confine drink-j
ing to Sunday.
Men working six nights a week
do not have to go to work until
Mondayafternoon. If they confine
their recreation to Sundays, their
heads are clear and they're able to
report for work _promptly on Mon-
day, he said.
"Blind pig drinking is unsafe and
may sabotage the war production
program," Sage declared. He added
that workers drinking in blind pigs
would become the prey of persons
seeking information useful to the


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(Continued from Page 4)
Memorial Christian Church (Disciples):
10:45-Morning Worship. Rev. Frederick
-owin, Minister.
7:00 p.m., Guild Sunday Evening Hour.
Mr. Peter Ostafin of the Department of
Sociology will speak to a joint meeting of
the Congregational and Disciple students
at the Congregational Church. A social
hour and refreshments will follow .ihe
The Ann Arbor Meeting of Friends
(Quakers) will meet for worship Sunday
at 5:00 p.m. in Lane Hall. A Fellowship
Supper will follow at which Philip Conard
of the American Friends Service Commit-

tee's Lisbon office will speak. All inter-
ested are cordially invited.
Evangelical Lutheran Student Chapel:
Divine Service Sunday at 11:00 a.m. in
the Michigan League Chapel. First in
LentenSeries. Sermon by Vicar Arthur
Schroeder of St. Paul's Lutheran Church,
"Christ in Gethsemane."
No meeting of Gamma Delta, Lutheran
Student Club, Sunday evening.
First Baptist Church:
10:00 a.m. Undergraduate Student Class
meets in the Guild House, 502 East Huron.
Graduate Class meets in the balcony of
the church.
11:00 a.m. Sermon: "Foundations for
"haracter", by Rev. C. H. Loucks. An
.ctivity program for children is provided
during this period.
7:00 p.m. Roger williams Guild meets
n the Guild House. Mr. Fred Beidleman,
1hoir Director of the church, will speak
n "Hymnology-The Development of
Church Music."

I ~Pom

8:00 p.m. The Union Lenten Evening
Service. Sermon by the pastor--"The
Christian's Task."
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Wednes day evening service at 8:00.
Sunday morning service at 10:30.
Subject: "Sunbstance."
Sunday School at 11:45 a.m.
Free public Reading Room at 106 E.
Washington St.. open every day except
Sundays ani holidays from 11:30 a.m.
until 5:00 p.m., Saturdays until 9:00 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church:
Morning Worship 10:45, "Moods of the
Soul"-subject of the Lenten sermon by
Dr. W. P. Lemon.
Westminster Student Guild-Supper at
6 o'clock. Discussion at 7:00 p.m. "The
Purpose of God" will be the first of the.
series of "Studies on Faith and Life."
Sunday Evening Club cordially invites
graduate students and young business
people to join their bi-weekly supper and
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preliminary selection of
men to begin training on
July 1 under the Navy V-12
program which is being
inaugurated on campus
following confirmation .
The V-12 program is
designed to produce offi-
cers for the Navy, Ma-
rine Corps, and the Coast
Guard, and selection of
candidates for this train-
ipg will be made on the
basis of scholastic stand-
ing, probable aptitude, and
recommendation by the
University authorities . . .
All men accepted for train-
ing will go on active duty
in uniform under military
* * *
THE UNION seems to
be ,in a mood for tradition
breaking ... It is said that
the. "splinters are flying
fast and thick this week
in the Taproom" with,
many seniors doing neat
jobs of carving their ini-
tials on the tops of the ta-
bles ... This year for the
farst time seniors are being
allowed to put their John.
Henrys on the tables dur-
ing the beginning of the
semester... This conveni-
ence is meant only for

10,000 University stu-
dents and 161 faculty men
have "gone to war", the
files show . . . Adventures
and heroism mark the
paths of these Michigan
'Men of War ... Even more
can be added to that num-
ber when the ERC men are
counted . . . It is begin-
ning to look like a girls'
school-but not for long-
with contingents of mete-
orology students coming
here for training and oth-
er programs bringing men
in uniform.
* * *
THE BIGGEST drive on
campus this week is the
Red Cross campaign . . .
It's up to the campus to
raise $1,000 in the county
quota of $53,000 . . . The
campaign is being directed
from the Michigan Union
under the direction of a
committee headed by Bun-
ny Crawford, '44 .. . Ev-
ery dormitory, fraternity
and cooperative will be
covered during the drive
and all men were asked to
buy a dollar membership
... The little tag with the
Red Cross on it is seen
floating from most lapels
these days.

women . . A greatly ex-
panded war program based
on a series of aptitude
tests and student question-
naires . . . Every coed will
receive a War Board ques-
tionnaire to determine the
number of women who will
attend the summer term
and to find out other
plans that they may have
. . . Results of the tests
and counseling are expect-
ed to help the University to
iiap out a comprehensive
women's war program, to
be composed of courses for
which there will be a de-
mand and a need.
MANPOWER Corps and
"Boss" Mary Borman have
launched another appeal .
. . . This time the call is
issued for volunteers to
work at the University
Hospital and the Health
Service ...At the Hospital
there is a great need for
orderlies, with only three
regulars on the job during
the day . . . Bill Buckley,
'45, head of the Manpower
hospital volunteer division,
said that 35 male volun-
teers would meet the de-
mands for help in that

University to live in mili-
tary barracks.
ALL the engineers and
all those who engineered
tickets for the affair made
merry at the traditional
Slide Rule Ball . . . The
affair lacked the usual
flavor with most of the
-lawyers long since depart-
ed to do service with Uncle
Sam, and the giant slide
rule was little molested .-.
Jan Savitt and his Top-
hatters provided the mu-
sic for the merry-makers
. . . Tickets to the dance
were as scarce as hen's
teeth with flush lit stu-
dents, those who are still
around, slyly wrangling
tickets out of dark corners
from eccentric engineers.
* .*,
MORE Michigan Men of
Sports become Michigan
Men of War-the recent
orders calling up the ERC
will take 11 Michigan ath-
letes . . . Manley Johnson,
captain of the wrestling
team, has gone to the Ar-
my and Don Robinson,
captain of the baseball
team, is in the Air Force . .
. . Other enlisted reserves
scheduled to leave soon

Service Men
To Be Guests at
Post -War Talk
Service men are to be the special
guests of the Post War Council's dis-
cussion of "Post War Japan" at 4:30
p.m. tomorrow in the League.
Men in uniform who wish to par-
ticipate in the debate will be excused
from their campus posts.
Edward W. Mill, teaching fellow in
the political science department, and
Joseph K. Yamagiwa, instructor in
Japanese, will lead the discussion.
Harold C. Sowitne will be student
To focus greater campus attention
on the impending problem of the
United States' post-war relations with
Japan is the purpose of the panel,
which is the second in the current
series sponsored by the Post War
The meetings of the Post War
Council are open to anyone who is in-
terested in discussing plans for the
future and after the, short speeches
are presented, there will be a period
of questions from the floor.
MSC To Be 'Sold' to
High School Seniors
EAST LANSING, March 13.-(AP)-
Michigan State College students-
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