Y, MAY 25, 1928. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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ACTIVITY OF VOCATIONAL COMMITTEE
IN PLACING GRADUATES HAS STARTEDI
Although it has been planned that advising students who wish to decide
the Uniiversity Committee on Voca- on an occupation, even though they
tional Counsel. and Placement should may not be ready to enter a profes-
uot begin it's active work of placing sion at the time. T.he applications are
graduates until next year, the need I printed forms bearing a photograph
for its work was so great that the of the applicant.
committee is now aiding seniors in ob- Gnat Many Men Have Tsed Service
taing positions. The services of the The bureau arranger for interviews
committee are available to all stu- between applicants fand prospective
dents in the Un rsith as wel aft employers. The character of the em-
all alumni who des hem.Aployers is investigated and the his-
is made by the committee to place ap- tory of the firm is looked up by the
plicants in the very positions for committee. Labor turnover and work-
which, they are best fitted. ing conditions are carefully consid-
Applicant May Take Ability Tests ered. The committee also has at hand
Applicationms may be mode through a complete history of the applicant
Willard E. Parker, execuitive secre- from his Thigh school days through.
tary of the committee, in the commit- college. Positions other than teach-
tee offices, Room 201, Mason hall. In ing are handled by this office. The
some case the applicant is undecided majority of applicants so far have
as to the type of work he wishes to been men, but the services of the
obtiain, he may take the psychologic~albureau are of course open to women
and interest tests to determine his also.
special abiliitie's and aptitudes. The Women Favor Work In Stores
committee also offers its services in Many women apply for department
stnre 'positions, usually entering the
Advisory Committee training schools of the stores and
' working for positions as buyers or as
.W iY Include Juniors heads of departments. Journalism is
another field which women frequently
Acting as a committee of the Wom- enter. Publishing houses attract some
en's league, the new members of Wy- women, but these positions are hard
vern, honorary society for junior to obtain and usually call for ex-
women, are conducting the system of perience. This is true also of posi-
junior advisers to entering freshmen tion's on the staffs of magazines, ac-
women for next year. The junior ad- cording'to Mr. Parker. Despite the
visory system is under the directionfact that many women seem undecid-
of Marjory Muffley, '30, and the other ed on their life work when they leave
members of Wyvern will assist her. college, statisticscompiled for 1925
The purpose of the advisory system show that 64.8 per cent brad miade a
is to give the freshmen women a . definite choice of occupation before
chance to ask questions about the ins their graduation.
and outs of college life before they Pamphlets Will Be Available Soon
come to Ann Arbor to school, a chance Previous to this time, the commit-
to feel that there will be upperclass- tee 'has been doing research work.
men who are interested in them, and As a result of their efforts, a biblio-
an opportunity to get information or griaphy of occupational information
advice from these upperclassmen in has been compiled. with reference to!
the fall when they come to attend the the major kind's of work of interest to
university. college students. This is used to refer
Each member of Wyveri\ will have applicants to material on the fields in
25 - other upperclassme working which they rare interested, in, order to
under her, and all will write two or give them a clearer idea of all kinds
more letters which will be sent to the of work. This will soon be avaidable
freshmen women as their applications in published form. The list includes
for admission to the university pare ac- about 1,800 references to 116 profe's-
cepted. The freshmeni may answer sions and occupations. A series of
these +letters or not, as they wish, and monographs is also being written.
they may feel perfectly free to call on One has already been completed on
their advisers in the fall. medicine, tand monographs on pharm-
Women who would like 'to act as acy and forestry are nearly finished.
advisers are asked to call Marjory These are to be published and made
IMuffley, dial 9617, in the immediate available to everyone interested.
future, so that they may secure all of
the necessary information. Aid of the Sigma Kappa announces the pledg-
letters should be handed in at the ing of Louise Rorabacher, '31, of Ann
candy booth on or before Tuesday, Arbor, and Kathleen Thomsen, '31, of
May 29. Palm Beach, Florida.
NE CLASSICAL CLUB
IS BEING ESTABLISHED~
Eta Sigma Phi Will Be Installed In
The University Tonight With
Another honorary society will be
added to Michigan's already long list1
when a chapter of Eta Sigma Phi.
for students in classical languages,1
is installed here tonight. The installa-i
tion is to take place at 8 o'clock at
Betsy Barbour house, with Mr. Kueb-
ler from Northwestern University as
the induction officer.
Eta Sigma Phi was founded at Chi-
cago University. The establishment of
the Michigan chapter means that a-
bout 30 members will be initiated here.
This number includes the faculty of
the department of classical languages,
Prof. Wilbert L. Carr of the Latin de-
partment of the University High
School, a number of graduate stud-
ents, and juniors and seniors.
Officers for next year have already
been elected from among the junior
members of the society. They are:
president, Alice J. Rowley; vice-pres-
ident, Irene Richards; secretary, Una
E. Van Riper; treasurer, Orsamus M.
Pearl; and chairman of program, Lor-
THETA SIGMA PHI
W. A. A. PLANS FOR BASEBALL TITLE
LAST CANOE TRIP GOES TO JUNIORSt
In a rather one-sided game, the
The last big canoe trip which will junior baseball team defeated the sen-
be spon'sored by the W.A.A. and the ior team yesterday 10 to 1, to win un- }
Outdoor club, will take place from 11 disputed possession of the interclass
to 1 o'clock tomorrow morning. This .
is the fourth of a series of canoe
trips which have been planned for the two innings, and was played in Bar-
month, of May, iand according to Dor- bour gym on account of rain. Miller's
othy Touff, '30, manager of cianoeing, pitching was excellent, and her team-
it should be the most successful ofmt
the series. mates ably assisted her at bat by
The party will meet at Saunders driving in five runs in each inning.
Canoe livery at 11 o'clock, and each Second place in the interclass tour-
woman is requested to bring her own nament was won by the freshmen.
lunch. There will be no other expemn-They defeated the sophomores, 11 to
ses besides the usual sum of 33 cents 3. Wilson pitched fast and tricky
person for the canoe, Any women balls, while Koch and Schafer d:d
wisn torointhearty. anythe ripgood work in the field. These games
wishing to join the party on the trip mark the conclusion of a very suc-
sho'uld sign up on the bulletin board cessful season, in which about 35 wo-
n Barbour gymnasium before Satur-
day morning. men played in interclass games.
Any further informa.tion concerning
I the arrangements for the affair can NOTICES
be obtained from Dorothy Touff, dial
21716. Orchesis will hold an important re-
~ hearsal at 8 o'clock tomorrow morn-
NOTICES ing, and the members should bring
I books or something to do between
A sweater was found on Palmer acts. The dress rehearsal will be held
field near Couzens Hall just before on Monday night at 8 o'clock.
Lantern Night. For information re-
garding it, inquiry may be made at
the information desk in the Univers- ;
----- ityHospital. Ask for Dr. Maxwell.
Theta Sigma Phi initiated Sally
Knox, '29, and Esther Hinkelman, '29. Y --- - -
yesterday morning at the last meet-
ing of the year.
The initiation was held at the Haun-
ted Tavern and was followed by a Banjos
breakfast, in charge of Mary Louise
Taylor, '29. Spring flowers were used G
in the decorations for the tables. Gibson Tenor Gu.ars lead then)
The following officers were elected all. Ask Lyst Reynolds 'Wit]
for the coming year: Mary Ptolemy,
'29, president, Sally Knox, '29, vice- ZeA cUnfrey's Band at
president, Esther H inkelman, '29, see- Miehiga.
I retary, and Sylvia Stone, '29, treas-
urer.ISEE THEN AT
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