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33 Defense Courses To Begin
Science, Management Trammg
Plans for the spring series of En-
gineering, Science and Management
Defense Training courses took more
definite shape yesterday when Dean
Ivan C. Crawford of the engineering
college revealed that final arrange-
ments had been made for a total of
33 courses to be begun the week of
As in previous series, Detroit will
again get the majority of these
courses designed to turn out tech-
nically trained men for work in de-
fense industries, a total of 25 having
been assigned to that city.
Three For Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor, given two courses in the
winter series, will take on three this
time, a course in Advanced Machine
Drafting superseding a course in De-
scriptive Geometry offered previous-
ly, while Product Supervision will be
new to the list. Prof. M. B. Eichel-
berger of the engineering drawing
Plans for the traditional celebra-
tion of the eight day long Feast of
Passover, beginning 6:30 p.m. April 1,
including observance of the special
diet, were announced yesterday by
David Crohn, '43, student director of
Meals in the ritualistic tradition
will be served at Lane Hall. The first
two nights of the feast will be cele-
brated by the Seder, the ceremonial,
dinner signifying the events at the
time the Israelites escaped from the
bondage of the Egyptians.
Services will be lead by Rabbi Je-
hudah M. Cohen, director of Hillel
Foundation, Mr. Samuel Levy, David
Crohn and Jack Lewin-Epstein, '43.
The Hillel Choral Group conducted
by Donna Weiss, '43, will sing at the
Reservations for the meals or the
department will again conduct his
course in Mechanical Drawing.
Other cities participating in the
new series will be Flint, Dearborn,
Grand Rapids and Jackson. Ecorse
and Royal Oak, represented in the
last series, have been dropped this
time, while Grand Rapids is the only
newcomer to the list.
Facultymen To Instruct
Instruction for the courses, most
of which will last for eight weeks,
will be given largely by College of
Engineering facultymembers, though
men obtained from outside indus-
tries will assist in several of the sec-
Also included in the ESMDT pro-
gram is the course in Ordnance Ma-
terials Inspection now being given
by the College of Engineering. This
course, running 12 weeks, now has
an enrollment of about 130, in two
sections, and a third section is ex-
pected to start study early in A ril.
A course in Ultra-High-Frequen-
cy Techniques, currently being taught
selected senior and graduate electri-
cal engineers by Prof. L. N. Holland
of the electrical engineering depart-
ment, is also a part of the program.
All courses scheduled for the spring
series will get under way either April
13 or 14, except a course in Aerial
Bombardment Protection under Prof.
Glenn L. Alt of the civil engineering
department, which will be opened in
Detroit April 16.
In contrast to the usual eight-week
schedule, Jackson will have a 16-
week course in Industrial Safety En-
gineering, present plans indicate.
Sponsored by the U.S. Office of
Education, the ESMDT program
courses are implemented by the Uni-
versity Extension Service, Prof. R.
H. Sherlock of the civil engineering
department doing the coordinating.
Will Witness Movies
F LAVOR ED TO A SAl# LOR'S TASTE -- Gobs aboard one of Uncle Sam's new cruisers find all the
luxury of the corner drugstore in this fountain wh ere a soda can be had for the asking.
Seder will' be taken at Hillel Foun-. The transportation club of the En-
dation until March 26 for the whole gieerng College will meet for the
week. The prices are available at first time this semester at 7:30 p.m.
Hillel Foundation. on Wednesday in the East Engineer-
The observance of Passover will be ing Building to see a motion picture
sponsored by Hillel Foundation with concerned with shipping on the Great
the aid of the Michigan Synagogue Lakes.
Conference. The picture, entitled "The James
Rand in Action" shows the opera-
tion of a Great Lakes cargo steamer.
Detroit On 24-Hour Vigil Sanford Stone, '43E, program chair-
DETROIT, March 21.-P)--De- man of the transportation club, ex-
troit's air raid warning center, part plained .that the picture is of un-
of the city's secret $22.000 bomb- usual interest because the "James
proof and gas-proof control center Rand" was the first self-loading
secretly located, will be operated on cargo steamer on the Great Lakes.
a 24-hour basis starting Monday, A short business meeting will fol-
Glenn C. Richards, newly appointed low the movie. Plans for a field trip
city commander of the Citizens' De- to Ford's Greenfield Village will be
fense Corps, said today. discussed.
i A T O 3 A-Controversy over his draft reclassification-from
class IA to 3A-follows Ted Williams, 23, American league bat-
ting champ, right down to the Red Sox camp at Sarasota, Fla.
He hit .406 last year. Williams, who joined Boston & 1939, says he
wants to play this year to help his mother and to pay out on some
annuities. Current salary is reported at $30,000.
FACE F A C T S-Swedish
army motorcyclist, on duty in
the bitterly cold north, wears a
chamois mask that gives him
this ghost-like look. He's a dis-
R OS E I N R I O-Pretty dancer in Rio de Janeiro giving out
with the carioca was only one of thousands of carefree Brazilians
who staged their annual pre-Lenten carnival -with a zest that
erased all war-fostered gldomniness.
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, .~R EA O N-Lowell Mellett,
director of office of government
reports, told congressional
* economy committee that $600,-
S I T U A T I O N U N D E R CON T R 0 L-Tiny cardboards sticking up from a diagram repre- 000 building he asks for, in capi-
,senting an aircraft production factory deep underground "somewhere in England" tell these observers tal, is to make it easy for pers
exactly where each unit of work is, how fast it progresses, and whether there's a "bottleneck" need- sons to "obtain direction and
ing immediate attention. This coitrol room keeps constant check on workshops farther below. Information" in Washington.
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