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CIVILIAN PROTECTION Since the War Department established one of its six Civilian Protection schools on the University campus last June more than eight hundred military men and civilians have graduated and are making use of their training not only in the I nited States hut in Europe. North Africa. Alaska, the South Seas and the Far p]ast. Ciuirses are given in technitiue of protection, forest protection, protection of industrial plants, staff training and for gas specialists. Students are selected from the leaders in civilian defense work in Washington. Oregon. Idaho. Mon- tana and Wyoming and from the Army. Navy. Marine corp and (ioast Guard. Classes are given in Bagley hall an I are taught hy a detachment of seven offi- cers and twenty-five enlisted men from the Chemical Warfare Service, directed by Lieut. Col. Thomas G. Thompson. INCENDIARY BOMB PRACTICE r ' i i:. .J S :.
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ARMY METEOROLOGY They ' re in the army now, but they are still going to college. Meteorology stu- dents arrive at fraternity house bar- racks. Army Comes to Washington Re-naming four iornie-r fraternity houses Barrack.-. 1. 2, 3, 4, 200 men of Army Air Force Meteorology School arrived March 20 for 6-nionth courses at U. W. Meteorologists have 49-hour academic week, plus 12 hours weekly of drill — all under strict military discipline. Former college men, they live on (Jreek Row, eat at Commons, study c eryplace. Lieut. Roy H. Turbyfill, Jr. istandingj puts embryo meteorolo- gists through calisthenics and drill. Lieut. Charles D. Cable I sealed I is in charge of the unit. Non-commissioned officers take turn al ciffiic ilein
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