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March 07, 1894 - Image 2

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________THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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commuonicaios should be sent to tte Busi-
ess Mansger.
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J. A. Bratt, it. 'a6, Athletic Editir.
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of the dy of publication.
Ttie Editors ids not holdteseolverespos-
ible tr the opininso or statemets of ciorres-
yoadens, appearg ii the DsY.
ID a hort time ltheletion f
DAILYixeditortoDculrs, and a it ix
highly esential that gDod DittonDily
be elected toDthitrsponsible Iposi
tos Dnthe aaf'f, xe ugall whoI
desire positionsa to eit'riintD gDod
carnest cmpettion. 'Thevork
which it being done in c'Dmpletition
is goordu, but swe dsirtriore f it.
A~ press association Ia ben
formtd for tht purps f Dgiing
annual banquets tdesignd tD draw
togthr the journaliti interests of
the U. f Al. lvery oDefwxvlisixin
any manner cnnctedl with any Df
thbcrollege publiationuslihouldl do
all in his poxver t nake the first
banquet a grandl succes. It is
thrutughi union of action abute that
tht banquet can bt made the succeso
it so wll deservts to be. To that
end, therefore, Tuic DAINxould
urge unanimity of action.
AN article in the last nunber of
the Inlander renmarks upon the lack
of college spirit at the U. of Ai.
Such is the fact and it seems that
during the short career of a student
here that there has been a noticable
decrease in college spirit. What is
the reason for this? We fear the
answer to this question would be
found in a number of causes, but
principally we think in the practical
isolation of departments, and the
failure of the students to commingle
and form true university associa-

tions. IDepartmsental pride or pre-
judice often exerts no little influence
in destroying this spirit. At any
rate the condition exists soil the
remedy whatever it may be should
be applied to bring about a better
slate of things.
Tric college press at Yale is
trestedl in a mnasner which should
tte accorteid by all universities to
their joursalistic interests. When
ltst new recitation building is corn-
pleted an office should he furnished
by the Board of Regents to the var-
ions student piublications. In this
manner thse central office of all the
tolIlege journals could he concen-ij
trated in the midst of the student
hotly and mieans of nexvs gathtring
forl Tilt l).iv, for instance, could
be carried on more systematically.
An office coulti be fittttd sp sith the
consent of the Iosrtl of Regents
xith little cost to the various edi-
torial boards and tlse advantage to
be gaintd by concentrating the di-
verse journalistic interestastwouldl be
manifolid. Telepdhonic commiunica-
tion could be established between
the ctntral office and thse publication
offices of the various publications,
renderisg nests gathering mitch
more advantageous. journalis at
the U]. of AM. should receive sonse
recognition from the University au-
thorities, for students art acquiring
a training frons practical work on
college publications svhiclh in mnsy
respects is as beneficial to thens in
after life as the actual work clone in
college. The journalists of the
University deserve this rerognition
fromsft Board of Regents antI for
that reasuon Tot D _ii i.e inuists that
suitable offices in the colltge build-
ing should be furnished to thse col-
lege press.

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