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Do the graduates of girls' colleges hunt jobs the wrong way? Bernice Fitz-Gibbon, advertising director of Manhattan's Gimbels department store ("Nobody but nobody undersells Gimbels") thinks they do. Last week, speaking in Manhattan to the deans and placement directors of 100 women's colleges, Adwoman Fitz-Gibbon, who can make Broadway slang sell girdles, gave them some breezy advice on job-hunting.

"First," she began, "aim high in your appeal . . . Get in touch directly . . . with the top industrial giants. You know . . . someone who can take three...

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