Employment Office Calls for Barkeeps
The Student Employment Office was thrown into a tumult yesterday when it discovered that its last student bartender had decided gasoline was preferable to martinis and gone to work in a service station. The office usually has aboute ten bartenders on tap.
There's nothing unusual about the present demand for bartenders and there are plenty of capable people around, according to James W. Holt, Director of Student Employment. He says that the production end is so lucrative that the barkeeps soon are sufficiently well-heeled to become consumers themselves.