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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 14, 1912, Image 18',
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also becoming interested in the
subject. There has been formed
a Vocational. Guidance society,
which will be, supported by con
tributions, and which will en
deavor to establish some system
atized plan for steering young
men and women into employment
which they seek and for which
they are fitted.
An enthusiast in the cause of
vocational guidance is Dr. Edr
ward L. Stevens, associate city
superintendent of -schools.
""One of these days," says Dr.
Stevens, kthis worfcmust comedo
be a part of every public educa
tional system. Bureaus' will be
established whose, data, based
largely on investigations of trade
conditions, will giveall the par
ticulars necessary for the right
kind of guidance to young people
of either sex who are finishing
their schooling andpfping out in
to the world."
So long as she gets you to spend, my friend,
You're safe in your little play; "-v (
But if she begs you tp save -it's grave, !
You're marked for her helpless prey. """Vf; (
When she wants to go where the seats aretctieap,
When she frowns on meals where the rates.are. steep,
Then 'is the time for a lively leap ' "
If you want to get away. t -- "?--
a - t
So long as she gets you to "blow" and go
The pace that the others do.,
The future you need not heed, indeed-"
2To wedding has she in view "
But once she says, "Oh, you mustn5ibuy
But save your money" it's time to-'shy, f
For shes baited the hook, for you!
SAW A SAFER WAY
Simpson gallantly escorted his
Boston hostess to the table.
"May I,'" he, asked, "sit on your J
right hand?" V
"No," she replied, "I have to
eat with, that. You'd better take
a" chair." '" "