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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive
Copy received at the office of the Assi
11:00 A.M. c
SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1939
VOL. XLIX. No. 128
A limited number of room or board
scholarships at Betsy Baroour House,
Helen Newberry Residence and Mar-
tha Cook Building will be awarded
for next year on the basis of need.
character, and academic standing.
No one with less than a B average
should apply. Application blanks
may be secured at the Office of the
Dean of Worhen. All applications
should be in that office by April 7,
1939. One of the Alice Martin schol-
arships of $100 for residents of Adelia
Cheever Residence Hall is also open
to students living outside of the Ade-
lia Cheever Hours.
Civil Service Examination: An ex-
amination will be held April 8, in
.1SHIOW S TODAY 1
turn in his record and supply the
photograph later. Blanks for this
purpose may be obtained in the De-
AL BULLETIN partment Office, B-47 East Engineer-
ing Building. It is essential that
notice to all members of the University. personnel records of all students be
stant to the President until 3:30 P.M.; on file in the office, in order to
n Saturday. supply the manufacturers with ac-
curate and complete information. A
sample form indicating the lbind of
information desired is posted on the
1025 Angell Hall or Social Workers Aeronautical Engineering Bulletin
in this State. Students who are " Board.
graduating this June and who think For The Attention of Iowa Stu-
themselves qualified should take-this (Continued on Page 3)
examination. Application blanks maybea'o t lc ofefh
be had from the local office of the
County Relief Commission, 417 West II
Liberty, Ann Arbor. The applica-
tion should be filed not later than
April 1. Announcement of the quali- 1S
fications necessary is posted on the
bulletin board by the Sociology Of-
fice in Haven Hall. FOR GRADUATES
The Alumni Placement Commit-
Aeronautical Engineering Seniors tee of a great university tells the
and Graduates: Those obtaining members of its senior class in a
either bachelors or masters degrees in booklet on getting a job:
Aeronautical Engineering in June or "Don't overlook the importance
August, 1939, should fill out the De- and possibilities of 'wedge-jobs' in
partment personnel records before getting a position. One of our most
leaving for spring vacation, April 7. prominent alumni started as a sten-
ograherin the office of a man
If a student is unable to obtain his whom he succeeded as president of
photograph by this date he should that organization."
-3-57-9 . M.By "wedge-jlobs," they mean rou-
tine positions which provide an op-
portunity for demonstrating an in-
Hamilton Business College pre-
pares its students for "wedge-jobs"
5:40 - 7:40 9 :40 P. M. advancement. Many of our gradu-
ates, starting as stenographers,
bookkeepers, or office clerks, have
advanced to responsible, highly-
paid positions as private secretaries,
I accountants, and executives.
411 graduates were placed in
positions by our Employment De-
partment during 1938.
YOUNG Write or phone today for bulletin
describing opportunities,. courses,
STtime required, and reasonable cost.
®B SON No obligation.
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