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SHE MICHIGAN DULY

THURSDAY,

-CIF

'uture Looks \
Rosy For This
Year's Grads

Palace Under Fire

Classified Directory

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Einployment Possibilities
Brightest For Business,
Engineerng Students
Prospects for the June graduates
are the brightest this year since the
beginning of the depression, accord-
ing to the number of seniors who are
already assured of positions and the
number of inquiries received by the
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information and
other University departments.
These indications have shown that
jobs are more abundant and starting
salary prospects better with employ-
ment opportunities for business ad-_
ministration and engineering grad-
uates the brightest. Several reports
have been so optimistic that demand
exceeds the supply of those "ready to
face the world." Prospects for liberal
arts graduates have been estimated
as being "twice as good."
However, because of the retrench-
ment in the Federal governments
forest service, Dean S. T. Dana of the
forestry school has indicated that
prospects for his students are "not as
good as last year."
Although few have ventured opin-
ion as to salaries to expect, Prof.
Lewis M. Gram, head of the depart-
ment of civil engineering, reported
that civil engineers can expect a
salary from $1,700 to $1,000 a year.
The reopening of graduate train-
ing schools throughout the country
by industrial concerns will mean a
more fruitful year for business ad-
ministration graduates, explained
Prof. Robert G. Rodkey of the busi-
ness administration school.
Teachers also may expect better
conditions in view of the 20 per cent
increase over 1935 calls for teachers,
according to statistics released by the
Bureau of Appointments and Occu-
pational Information. However, it was
further stated that many positions
for teachers will not be open until late
this summer.
The supply of pharmacists is one
of those phenomena in which the de-
mand exceeds the supply, it was re-
ported by Prof. C. C. Glover of the
pharmacy college, but he also said
that this has been the condition for
several years.
Graduates in journalism, archi-
tecture, engineering and music will
also find favorable conditions await-
ing them, according to the reports.
EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

-Associated Press Photo.
Leaders of an army revolt against
the Nicaraguan government re-
ported the surrender of one loy-
alist stronghold and the imminent
fall of the palace of President Juan
B. Sacasa (above) at Managua.
President Sacasa is besieged in the
palace.
White Ree cts Plan
For Party Coal ition
(Continued from Page 1)
would have to be a liberal, progres-
sive Republican.
"A fat chance a ticket would have
if it were headed by a progressive
Republican like Landon or Vanden-
berg and flying leaden-tail-like Gov-
ernor Davey of Ohio or ex-Governor
Ely or ex-Governor Al Smith.
The Emporia editor, who is likely
to sit on the platform-drafting com-
mittee at Cleveland, continued: ,
"To float such a ticker the plat-
form would have to be a complete
straddle and to paddle this platform
through the election rapids, with two
kinds of anti-Rooseveltians on it--
would take a cross-eyed, four-armed
oarsman with eyes in the back of his
neck. Coalition would be a catas-
trophe.
"The Republican party is either
going to be reborn as a new construc-
tive party to function in the new
era that war and depression have
made or it is going to blow up from
the inside and disappear.
"This election cannot be won with-
out getting the votes of independent,
forward-looking Republicans who
voted for Roosevelt four years ago
and were fooled. He has failed to
reduce unemployment. He has made
relief a partisan program.
"His independent supporters," con-
cluded Mr. White, "have come to
their senses. They want to vote the
Republican ticket but they don't
want to be caught dead voting for
a hybrid or mongrel - a. cross be-
tween Mercury winging ahead and
Lot's wife looking back."
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WXYZ Ted Weems' Music.
CKLWJGriff Williams' Music.
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11:00-WJR Abe Lyman's Music.
WXYZ Baker Twins.
WWJ Russ Lyon's Music.
CKLW Enoch Light's Music.
11:15-WXYZ Ruby Newman's Music.
11:30-WJR Jacques Fray's Music.
WWJ Dance Music.
WXYZ Dance Music.
WXYZ Ben Bernie's Music.
CK{LW Horace Heidt's Music.
ii1:45-WJR Solay and His violin.
12 :00-WWJ Bob Chester's Music.
WXYZ Lowry Clark's Music.
CKLW Bob Nolan's Music.
12:30-CKLW Joe Sander's music.
1:00-CKLW Guy Lombardo's Music.

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wanted for next fall. 3 or 4 rooms.
Young couple. To occupy about
Sept. 1. Box 130. 536
WANTED: Furnished apartment dur-
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East side of campus. Will occupy
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EMPLOYMENT WANTED
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fall. Phone 8873. 529
WHITE lady will take full charge
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references. Box 129. 530
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FOR RENT: Single and double rooms
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up. 1511 Washtenaw. Telephone
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NEW four-room furnished apartment
near campus. Accommodates 4.
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SUMMER STUDENTS: Light cool
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Recreation facilities. The Oaks. 915
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