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FRII)AY, FEBRUARY 23, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1 9 6 8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE FIVE

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Board Announces Daily Editors

Neal Bruss

Wallace Immen

(Continued from Page 1)
"We are all confident that the
upcoming senior staff can do an
excellent job for The Daily," he
said.
Managing editor Steve Wild-
strom whose job will entail co-
ordinating Daily news coverage, is
a sociology major from Detroit.
He has been on The Daily staff
since September, 1965. Last sum-
mer he worked as a newsman for
the Associated Press Detroit Bur-
eau, and helped cover the city's
August riots.
Editorial director Urban Lehner
is an honors history major from
Grand Rapids. He has reported for
two years and formerly was a
member of the Michigan Debate
Team.
David Knoke, executive editor,
will help oversee both news and
editorial work. He is majoring in
honors psychology and sociology
and comes from Toledo, Ohio. He
was summer sports editor in 1967,
and as a freshman won a first
prize Hopwood award for fiction.
News editors Pat O'Donohue and
Wallace Immen come from Flint
and Detroit, respectively. Miss
O'Donohue is majoring in far east-
ern studies, and Immen is enrolled
in the English teaching certificate
program.
Daniel Okrent, feature editor,
will be in charge of the Daily's
arts page. In addition, he will over-
see the writing of front page feat-
ures. He is majoring in American
Studies, concentrating on 20th
Century arts.
Carolyn Miegel, from. Chap-
paqua, N.Y., and Walter Shapiro,
from Norwalk, Conn. have been
named associate editorial directors.
Both Shapiro and Miss Miegel are
honors history majors.
Magazine editor Neal Bruss is
an honors English and philosophy
major from Detroit. He is current-
ly a correspondent for Time Maga-
zine and has been a.correspondent
for the Detroit Free Press.
Last summer he won a Detroit
Press Club Foundation Award for
an editorial feature on the Hun-
garian Revolution. He plans to do
graduate work in the philosophy
of literature.

Lucy Kennedy, an English major
from St. Louis, Mo. is the new
Daily personnel director.
Associate business manager Ken
Kraus is enrolled in pre-law. He
comes from Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Marti Parker, newly-named fi-
nance manager, is a journalism
major from Howell.
Senior circulation manager Jeff
Brown, from Albany, N.Y., is ma-
joring in English.
Dave Pfeffer, advertising man-
ager, comes from Lebanon, Ill. and
is majoring in business adminis-
tration.
Business staff personnel dir-
ector Jane Luxon is a speech ma-
jor from Wyandotte.
Weir is a journalism major from
Bay City, Michigan. He is also the
University sports correspondent
for the United Press International
wire service.
Kohn is also a journalism ma-
jor from Bay City, and serves as
a student representative on the
University Board in Control of
Intercollegiate Athletics.
Heller is a history major from
New City, New York; Lees is a
psychology major from Clarks-
burg, West Virginia; and Levis is
a political science major from
Glencoe, Illinois.
All five sports seniors previously
held the position of sports night
editor.

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Presents:

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Lucy Kennedy

Carolyn Miegel

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February 23, 24, 25
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showing HAMFAT-ASAR & others

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