Canada at War: Men Wanted

Young Canadian technicians will be needed in the U.S. after the war, a U.S. educator declared last week, because so many students in U.S. technical schools have been drafted or put into war work. President William E. Wickenden of Cleveland's Case School of Applied Science told the University of Toronto's Engineering Society that the U.S. supply of engineers has suffered a depletion it will take years to replace. Noting that Canada's future engineers have been better safeguarded, he cried: "Come over and help us."


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