Des f.'.oinas, Iowa
Drake Joins in War Effort
ON OCT. 1 the WAAC's will take over three of Drake's buildi^g^ This action came about suddemyf last summer when the government';! plans were announced through the pages of the Uegister and Tribune. Previous to that announcement the university was unaware that the women's army had any designs on the Drake campus.
What effect will this have? First, it is readily recognized as necessary and proper. The several new training programs that have grown out of the war effort must have some central place in which to train their personnel. Obviously it is the war-time role of colleges and universities over the country to provide this place, for these higher educational institutions alone have the equipment, the staffs and the space in which to train men and women in the service.
-Drake has become more crowded as a result. Students and processors are getting along with Hess room, but no one seems to mind. In fact, it has made Drake ;m
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