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THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1949

THilE MI CHIGAN DAILY

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OFF THE SHOULDER:
SoEal Worker, Educator
To Speak Here on Faith

CAMPUS IRON WOMAN:
Petite Engineering Coed
Not at Loss in Foundry

Best Fountain Service
Sandwiches . . .Good Food
Sealtest Ice Cream
Prescriptions
STATE DRUGCO.
State and Packard

A sociologist and an educator
will add religion to their major
fields of interest in their off-the-
shoulder talks with students here
during Religion in Life Week,
March 6-10.
Mrs. Vera Smith Lowrie and
Professor S. K. Patro are among
Choral Groups
Will Combine
For Concerts
The Arts Chorale, literary col-
lege singing group, and the Edu-
cation Chorus, singers from the
School of Education, will combine
their talents at 7:15 p.m. today
in Rm. 506 Burton Tower in prep-
aration for concerts in March and
April.
The purpose of the meeting,
said Maynard Klein, Director of
the chorus, is to double the num-
ber of voices and to prepare for
a concert in connection with "Re-
ligion in Life" Week on March 10.
The chorus will give another
concert at Willow Village in April
with the University Repertoire
Orchestra under the direction of
Paul Bryan and Tom Wilson, Klein
added. Selections by Mozart and
Stainer will be sung at both con-
certs.
Klein emphasized that any lit-
erary or education student who
likes to sing is welcome to join the
chorus.

the 12 top flight speakers sched-
uled to lead seminars in the class-
room, organized residences and
special meetings next week.
* * *
MRS. LOWRIE is nationally
recognized as a teacher, social
worker and writer. During four
years in China she spent some
time teaching at Soochow Uni-
versity.
While in Brazil, she served as
president of the American Wo-
men's Club of Sao Paulo and or-
ganized a weekly forum for Eng-
lish-speaking young people.
She has written several articles
for national magazines.
Mrs. Lowrie will speak at the
Congregational - Disciples Guild
meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday. At 4:10
Tuesday she will lead a seminar
on "Christian Campus Life" in
the Hussey Room of the League.
* * *
EDUCATED AT Madras Chris-
tian College and the University of
Calcutta, Professor Patro was for
several years an instructor in po-
litical sciences, economics and his-
tory in the Christian colleges of
the United Provinces of Northern
India.
Prof. Patro will preach at the
Episcopal Church Sunday. He will
direct a seminar on "Christianity
and Politics" at 4:10 Thursday in
Rm. 3S of the Union.
Students may make appoint-
ments for personal conferences
with any of the 12 speakers by
nnn~on-iv~n n~nr~o C+ i4"h --T -

"FIDO" DISPERSES FOG AT AIRPORT-Flaming oil spurts
from a fog-dispersing unit, nicknamed by its British inventors
during the war, at the Los Angeles Airport. Additional units will
soon permit planes to land that otherwise would be turned
away.
LET OFF STEAM:
BAd. Student's Gripes Aired
In Results of Questionnaire

By JOAN WILLENS1
Everyone likes to complain, and
business administration students
received their opportunity to "let
off steam," when over 750 ques-
tionnaires were circulated by the
BAd council last semester.

By PETE HOTTON
A hundred-pound foundrywork-
er? Impossible!
It's not impossible at the engi-
neering school's foundry, in fact
this worker not only weighs less
than a hundred pounds but is a
girl to boot. She's Lucy Grozescu,
'51E, and she works at the foun-
dry in the East Engineering Build-
ing every Tuesday and Thursday.
Ballistics Lab
Offers Jobs
To Engineers
Research Posts
Open for Grads
Civil Service positions at the
Ballistics Research Laboratory,
Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Aber-
deen, Md., are offering valuable
experience for interested gradu-
ating engineers, according to cam-
pus ROTC officials.
More than 70 job opportunities
are currently available, with year-
ly wages ranging from $3,000 to
$4,500, Major Robert S. Niccolls,
military instructor, said.
THE VACANCIES, which are
under Civil Service jurisdiction,
await graduates and graduating
seniors enrolled in university sci-
entific or technical curricula, he
said. Openings are present pri-
marily for students in the physical
science field supporting ballistics,
and work is available for both men
and women, he pointed out.
"If you are a mathematician,
physicist, chemical engineer,
physical chemist, or electronic
engineer, with a degree or ex-
pecting one by June, this is right
down your alley," Major Niccolls
commented.
Besides permanent employment,
qualifying students may apply for
select jobs in the coming 3-month
summer period. "There are ex-
cellent chances at Aberdeen for
temporary or permanent work in,
the automotive engineering and
soil mechanics fields," he said.
Applicants will be considered on
the basis of college work, and all
Civil Service ratings and pay will
be determined on the amount of
individual experience.

features of testing and grading
have been cited as some of the
worst aspects of the BAd school,
according to the results pains-
takingly compiled by the student
council.

Miss Grozescu is the first woman
at the foundry in six years. She's
the mythical "one in a thousand"
at the University in such a course.
* * 4
A SOPHOMORE in mechanical
engineering. Lucy isn't in the
foundry just for the fun of it. She
does everything that's expected of
her, from making her own mold
to shoveling the molding sand.
One thing she can't do very
well at her weight is lift heavy
molds, but she just uses her
charm to get one of the men
to help her. She gets just as
dirty as anyone else, too.
"I get a big kick out of the
foundry work," she commented.
"I'm learning things I would never
have known any place else, but
I don't think I'd want to make
it my profession."
Lucy says it's her favorite sub-
ject, mainly because there haven't
been any bluebooks in it yet.
"THE BOYS I work with are
a good bunch." she remarked.
"They were a bit shocked to see
a mere woman in the foundry
at fist, but they soon got used
to it and now take me for grant-
ed."
It was by no quirk of fate
that Miss Grozescu got into en-
gineering. She went to Cass
Tech High School in her home-
town of Detroit and took draft-
ing.
"I found it the most interesting
of all my subjects, so I broke a
woman's "bonds" and went into
engineering.
"I want to get into the drafting
and designing end of aeronautical
engineering," she said. "I am in
mechanical because it offers a,
wider field of professions, one of
which is aero."
Fow two years before she came
to the University, Miss Grozescu
did drafting work for North Amer-
ican Aviation. Right now in her
"spare" time she spends 20 hours
or so a week drafting and design-
ing at the Aeronautical Research
Center at Willow Run Airport.
Prof. F. B. Rote, supervisor of
the foundry, believes that she'll do,
well in her profession. "Her work
is right up with the student level.
She does an almost professional
job of setting up her molds and
using tools. I guess it's that wom-
an's touch again."

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1 at Lane Poor instruction in some courses,: ON THE "SUNNY SIDE" of the
large size of classes, and many tabulation, the physical plant, the
--_ _--_---_ - _- -_-- faculty in general and the ac-
counting department were listed
as the best features of the school.
Of the students questioned, 30
per cent complained about the
mediocre instruction and 20
a percent thought the variety of
courses is too limited.
ICE According to most of the stu-
dents, the primary functions of a
faculty advisor are to advise stu-
dents on course selection and to
give career counseling.
* < *
EMBLY BALL OVER 36 PER CENT considered
the counseling they received upon
entering BAd school woefully in-
night - March 4 adequate.
Concerning the suggestion
that the honor system be in-
corporated into the BAd school,
over half of the students stated
VLSI I'LOW E1S they would be willing to comply
faithfully with its prerequisites.
however,r41 per cent maintained
the present system is satisfac-
tory.
service for siudent s" Almost 40 per cent of the stu-
dents agreed that a printed list of
the more important facilities of
the BAd library with brief ex-
BARIS H - 2-7032 planations should be available to
students. In addition to this, it
P.M. to midnight was suggested that a library tour,
pointing out the location and ex-
plaining the use of material should
be offered to students.

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