Junior Professional Exams Lure Seniors, Graduates

Want to be a hot-dog? According to the latest dictionary, a hot dog is a young Harvard graduate who works for the United States Government. The name comes from Professor (now Mr. Justice) Frankfurter, who sponsored the original Cambridge-Washington Axis.

Applications for Civil Service exams to the post of Junior Professional Assistant will close on November 3. Blank forms are available at University R, for Seniors and graduate students. The general title covers three optional subjects: Administrative Technician, Business Analyst, and Economist.

These exams, designed to provide the government with a reservoir of young college men, grew out of the suggestions of Leonard D. White, professor of Government at Chicago University. Salaries for positions filled from the lists are in the neighborhood of $2000.