THE MICHIGAN DAILY
pater Number Of Graduates Journalist To
Placed Bureau Report Reveals Print Surve
y SHELDON M. ELLIS placements have been made with the
there has been a substantial United States Civil Service Commis-
e in the number of University sion, the Detroit Civil Service Com-
tes placed in the industrial and mission, the Civil Works Administra-
s world during the past four tion of Michigan, the New York Civil
y the University Bureau of Ap- Service Commission, and the Tennes-
ents and Occupational Infor- see Valley Authority.
is apparent from figures re- Development of a plan of co-opera-
'eleased by Dr. T. Luther Pur- tion with six alumni clubs of the Uni-
irector of the Bureau. versity in various cities has also
ithstanding poor economic proved helpful in connection with
ns during the past, few years, 'business placements. Officers of these
as been a steady increase in clubs help'the Bureau to find desirable
nber of placements and there candidates for some of the better po-
r indication that this increase sitions that require extensive experi-
'tinue Dr. Purdom stated. In ence. They also help recent graduates
e Bureau placed 53 applicants; 'to make contacts with employing offi-
108; 1932, 142; and the great- cers in industrial and business con-
ease of all in 1933 when posi- cerns, according to bureau officials.
or 260 University men 'and
were secured. That there will
an increased number of place- Lionie Shortaoe.
his year is apparent by the fact
isitions secured by the bureau
tle first three months of the Is Revealed Dy
,ve doubled those that were se-
in the corresponding months Recent Survey
bureau feels that there is a
pportunity in the smaller in- WASHINGTON, May 24. - EP)--
ns for university and college The fact that 20 per cent of the na-
tes. "In the past these smaller tion's families are living under crowd-
,s organizations have not beenedcnios pitngoa"e-
college graduates, but the tend- ed conditions -painting to a "ser-
)day to hire college men and ious housing shortage"-was dis-
is apparent," according to Dr. closed today' by a private govern-
1. mental study. ,
>ureau's business placement di- This and other facts on American
is the newest of their depart-
It was started in 1929. In pro- housing, revealed by the department
business placements, the bur of commerce real property inventory,
is contacted over 1,200 indus- were characterized as "striking com-
rganizations, and conferences mentary on what we are pleased to
een held with many employ- call our standard of living."
managers. More than 60 per cent of all dwell-
ddition, contracts resulting in ings in the country were shown to be
- in. need of repairs, and 2.82 per cent
o opposition to war by all anti- were listed as "unfit to live in."
ganizations, will be celebrated The report was based on statistics
.m. next Wednesday in Lane from 20 cities, but government ex-
nder the auspices of the Mich- perts said it was indicative of the
eague Against War and Mili- pattern for the entire nation.
Rev. J. H. Bollens and Mau- A preliminary to a full report on
gar of Detroit will speak. Ev- 100 cities, the compilation was made
is invited, for the information of the admin-
istration, in connection with the
ig Peoples Society, Church of housing bill now before congress.
In Last Issue
Result Of Study hi Tax
D~elinquencies T old By I
Issued today for the last time this
semester, the Michigan Journalist, y
laboratory publication of the jour-
nalism department, has devoted a
large proportion of the issue to articles
on or connected with the survey of
delinquent taxes in the city recently
conducted by students of the depart-
ment in an annual project in re-
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The survey this year was conducted}
by Mark W. Alger, '34, who was one
of the reporters who also made a
survey at the same time last year.
Working with him were 15 reporters
who made a three-weeks investigation
of records at the City Hall in the
process of compiling statistics.
The featured story is the actual in-
formation on the results of the survey,
while other articles deal with tax de-
linquency in Michigan as compared
to ten other states in which surveys
have been conducted, with tax test
cases here in town, with the effect
on the city's finances, and with the
method in which the survey was con-
Another article quotes a letter fronm
Prof. Charles H. Stocking of the phai
macy department to Prof. John L
Brumm of the journalism department
telling of a meeting at Washingtor
at which W. G. Campbell, director of
regulatory work of the Food and Drug
Act, praised the Michigan Journalist
for an article in a recent issue whicL.
he called "the best piece of publicity
that has been produced to inform the
public of the necessity for adequate
Food, Drug, and Cosmetic legislation."
The current issue of the Journalise.
is the seventh of this semester, and
completes the seventh year of publica-
tion. This year, as in the past, various
Michigan newspapers have printed the
Journalist at no cost to the depart-
ment. Among the papers who have
contributed this service are the Ann
Arbor Daily News,and the Battle
Creek Enquirer and News, which
printed the present issue.
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Don't Cry 'Wolf' Until
You're In The Water
Condemning the practice of stu-
dents of yelling for no reason other
than to make themselves heard while
canoeing on the Huron, Dr. Warren
E. Forsythe, Director of the Health
Service, said yesterday that such
yelling might be mistaken for calls
"Professor McFa an, whose home,
is near the river, told me that sev-
eral times he has heard canoeists
yelling and mistaken the cries for
calls for help," Dr. Forsythe said.
"Students who are always crying
"wolf" in this manner may find that
when help is really needed, it may
not be forthcoming."
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Outing At Battle Creek
Prof. Paul M. Cuncannon of the
political science department, Coach
Walter J. Weber, and T. Hawley Tap-
ping, general secretary of the Alum-
ni Association, attended the annual
Spring Outing of the University of
Michigan Club of Battle Creek yes-
The outing was held at the Battle
.Creek Country Club on Goguac Lake,
with golf matches in the afternoon
and . dinner at night.
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