Professor Albert Sauveur of the Metalurgical Department has just returned from France, where he has been engaged in war work during the past year. While stationed in Paris, he was in charge of the section of Metallurgy in the Technical Division of the United States Air service, the purpose of which was to solve metallurgical problems connected with aviation motors. Professor Sauveur will resume his work at the University next mon.
Prof. Sauveur Back From France
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