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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, PEBRUAR.L 1"1,1937

PAGE EIGHT Tfl1~ MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1~37

Law Club To Stay Open;
Summer Residency OK'd
Authority to open the Lawyers
Auh ytomer ocupncyblawrces" had taken place since that
Club to summer occupancy by law policy was inaugurated. Mr. Cook's
students was granted by the Re- request that the Quadrangle not
gents at their February meeting, be used for "summer students or
yesterday morning.
y schools" was explored by Dean
submirequest d the e e sta- Stason. He explained that the Law
son of the Law School. It pointed School no longer operates a "sum-
out that since the Lawyers Club mer school," but has an uninter-

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SALE!
BARGAIN BUYS for,

THERE'S A CHANCE
TO GROW
WITH BMW
SEE YOUR PLACEMENT OFFICER
FOR THE INTERVIEW THAT OPENS
YOUR WAY TO A BRIGHT CAREER
WITH
BABCOCK & WILCOX
ON FEBRUARY 19

was opened in 1924, the practice
has been to leave the dormitory
rooms unoccupied during the sum-
mer.
This practice has been followed
until now at the request of William
W. Cook, the Lawyers Club's
donor.
Dean Stason pointed out that

rupted year-round program. ,
In the past, residents of the
Lawyers Club attending Law
School during the summer hadto
seek quarters outside the Law
Quadrangle, Dean Stason pointed
out.
He reported that the principal
surviving relatives of the Lawyers

-Daily-Leonard Cyr
GIRL ENGINEER - Nancy Latendresse adjusts the complex
mechanism of a tensile-strength testing machine. She recently
won an industrial scholarship award in the engineering school.
Coed Pushes'T' Square
FOr Large Scholarship

"marked changes in circumstan- I Club's donors discussed the request,

TALL GALS
Sizes 10-38
JUNIOR GALS
Sizes 9-15
Group of
BETTER DRESSES
Evening and cocktail dresses of
brocades, silks, taffetas, nets,
failles, laces. Day dresses of woo
jersey and crepes, rayon, failes,
crepes.

MEDIUM GALS
Sizes 10-44
SHORTER GALS
12; to 241/2
$ 1498
f
I original values
$25.00 to $39.95

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By MARY LOUISE SAUER
The T-square Nancy Latendresse
uses seems incongruous with her f
fragile, feminine appearance, butk
she uses it confidently. '
She recently became the first
woman engineering student at thes
University to win an industrial
scholarship-and no meager one
at that. International Nickel Co.-
has awarded her $500 for the year,t
renewable as long as she attends
the University, if her present 3.63l
average stays above a 2.5.
Nancy, a freshman in chemicalx
metallurgy, entered the college ofi
engineering for a unique reason-
she thought it would be easier than
"Lit School." She hastens to ex--
plain, "This is because of my
interests-more in the application
of scientific principles than in
theory."
Nancy reads avidly, and likes to
discuss literature and the prob-
lems of censorship. She is well
versed in primitive cultures, and
many of her high-school English
papers dealt with anthropology.
Nancy is the third in her family
to attend the University.
Nancy, a vivacious 18-year-old,
is as familiar with the implements
of homemaking as she is with her
slide rule. She learned to cook two
years ago, and she makes many of
her own clothes. Currently she is
working on a frothy blue chiffon
formal.
Scholastically she is also a hard
worker. She says the fact that she
is a girl gets her no special con-

cessions from processors or other
students. "In fact, the fellows often
ask me for advice," she says.
"It's funny," she adds, "I thought
boys would look down on me, and
think that I enrolled in Engine
School to find a man. Instead, they
seem to respect a girl who gets at
least passing marks.
In her speech class, in which she
was the only woman, she added
the feminine element on two occa-
sions-in a rather humorous way.
In her "demonstration" speech,
she showed the mechanics of ap-
plying a facial mudpack, and later
in the semester she instructed the
men on "How to Kiss a Girl Good-
night."
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Group of car coats & rain or shine coats, $1498
15 rayon suits ....................

Group of DRESSES
of all kinds and sizes
Many originals $29.95
$1000
Group of better HATS--
Nylon blouses-
better jewelry - rings
Also sweaters - skirts
at our South U. shop.
$398

Group of DRESSES
of rayons and cottons
All sizes
$700
Group of Hats -
better blouses -
flannel gowns --
$198

TUBULAR ATOMIC RISEARCH
DoEns BOILER PRODUCTS REFRACTORIES E ERCY AND
DIVISION DIVISON DIVISION DIVISION DEVELOPMENT
Mechanical Engineering x x x x
Ceramics Engineering ____ x xy
Chemical Engineering xxxx
Civil Engineering x x
Electrical Engineering x x
Engineering Physicists x x
Physicists _x___x
Fuel Technologists x____ ___________x
Industrial Engineering x x x
Metallurgical Engineering x x x
Metallurgistsx x x x
Business Administration
and Engineering
Chemists x x
Nuclear Engineering x x
Mathematics x x x
Background in any of the fields listed in the
left-hand column is all you need to begin'your
career with B&W. Check the activities you
want to talk about with the B &W representative
when he's on your campus. He'll be glad to see
you... and you'll be glad you talked to him.
5ABCOCI( A"
4'CWIXCOX
161 East 42nd St., New York 17, N. Y.
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ON FOREST
Between S. University
and Washtenaw
Parking at Rear of Store
Separates at S.U. Shop

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