The University's recent decision to enlarge and revamp its War Service Information Bureau comes as a welcome forward step. It is vital that this office receive the attention and facilities that its importance demands, and this reorganization shows a needed and clearer conception of that importance. In helping the student to find what specialized openings and possible commissions he is eligible for, the service of the Bureau to the individual is obvious. At the same time it can be a valuable contribution to the present cry for an efficient utilization of manpower. By sifting and pigeon-holing the chaos of facts and specialized needs in the various branches, the War Service Information Bureau is a potential aid to both student and war effort. It is to be hoped that the authorities will keep the value of this service in sight, and be free with the needle if future shots in the arm are found necessary.
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