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April 27, 1928 - Image 2

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__________________ ___________THE MICHIGAN DAILYPRAY A

RIL> 27

After a year of research, more than alumni with reputable companies and
2,00(0 references to about 120 differ- business findustries.

Pawlowski To, Attend Aviationl' Convenition v) P1A11

ent occupations have been compiled by
the committee on Vocational Counsel
and'IPlacemnent, and intormation per-
taining to places of employment is
now available to all gradluating stu-
dents and alumni of the University.

Each company whose application for
em~ployees is lacceptedl is carefiuliy
studied with reference to its policy to-
ward its employees, especially to col-
lege students. It is hoped that by care-
fully'gatherinlg the data. from each

Prof. 'Felix W. Pawlowski, head of 1 out the country, will he in ati~a(~
the aeronautical engineering depart-, at the convention. Five (lj!itf-entcol- V
jmnent, left yesterday for' Washington, leges will b~e repres ,nt edamo n:, Some In Colored]
D. C., where lhe will attend the con- them the University of M[ichiga n, 0s
vention of the Guggenheim Educa- sachusets Institute w' ITcchniology , 0. m
tional foundation. Aeronautical en- Califcrnia tech, Lelaud Stanl>ford, aend i;Nickels Areade.
I ineers andl aviian uQxp~erts through- New York university,

The committee on Vocational Coun- company,, the companies that do not
^~ ~I sel and Placement, appointed last year offer the best opportunities for college'
by President Little, studied the place- men and women will be eliminated.
Iment facilities in use on the campus3 At present there are a considerable
and found them to be very unorgan- number of avaliable positions in lit-
1 ized, except for the teachers bureau. rereut fields of work;. Suitable appili-
GI it found that the most pressing need cants for these positions will be
#y was in the literary college where -Au- placed in contact with representatives
dlents had few prospects for the futurel of the Marion's concerns.
and were forced to accept ahniost any A number of actual placements have
piOsitio'n. The c6mrittee felt that in already bieeil made andl it is hoped'
order for the students to dlecide what that more graduating students will
their life work should be, occupational take advantage of the services of this'
information for such students was -es- office. These services are not ion-
sential. fined to the students of the Literary
r. Heary Bildhhin ITard Consequently, it analyzed all occu- college, but are open to all men and
ssor of zoology at the Univer- pational information which was avail- women students of the University.
Illinois, has been elected presi- able in the University libraries and Applications for positions may be
'the Izaak Walton league of completed a bibliography of such in-; made in' the office of the committee
a. for next year. formation on all occupations of in- ion Vocational Counsel and Placement,
ON te-restto college men and women.! 201 Mason hall.
LECTURE QON STONE ' This bibliography is to be published in -________
College of Architecture has the near future in the form of a Uni- CCOLUMBIA UNIVERSITY. - St.
ced a lecture on stone next 1 versity bulletin. Stpe' college tat ;Annandale-on-
afternoon, April 30, at 2:00 This year the committee appointed Hudson has been absorbed as a unit1
in the grotind floor lectuare an executive secretary, W. E. Parker, of Columbia. This is said to be the
f the niew Architectural build- who has been active during the past only in stance in this country of theI
he address wil be given by year in the work and particularly ac- incorporation into a university of a
S. Brightly, technical director tive the past semester in locating po- college so far away, as St. Stephens
Indiana Limestone Company sitions for graduating students and is over 90 mile's from Columbia.


Dainty and Delicious
"Sweets" for Mother
Mothear's Day-May 13th
It takes so little to make Mother
happy. Imaginye her joy when Asc6
opens that "tastiest of gifts."
The Choice of Candies Always at
109 South Main Street
Collegiate Clothes Shop

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3 red
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We have o display
for Saturday
One of
The finest 2-piece suits
in Ann Arbor for
Hand tailored, special made for young men.
These suits are a treat for any young man
who wants to dress well for a moderate
price and still have the best. You can de-
Pend on us to show you nothing but up-to-
the-minute merchandise. Come in Satur-
day and get a real suit.
A Complete' Line of Furnishingts

Stage Success g .
rle stir of illilkl" awl
"Canilfle!" _
Theliodrector .of 4b
The yIllabious s er- ~ r
geait of "ai3eAn Ge'ste!I"t.
I The lover of 1101niile!"
~hlY tbsieshIatdi a.rjI~ at you 111,13-kni
- wi~~ huines i NO )~~ ,l, hiis 1ieatre pr~eseiil
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