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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1960 FIVE CENTS
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New Issue of 'Generation'
Results from Creative Work
By JUDITH SATTLER
The issue of Generation, the campus inter-arts magazine on
sale today and tomorrow, resulted from the creative and critical work
of two months and many people.
First was the contributor. Somewhere in an apartment, dormitory,
or house, someone got an idea for a story-perhaps to be called "The
Shallows"-wrote the story, and took it into the Generation office in
the Student Publications Building.
There the staff, under Editor
Michael Wentworth, '61A&D, ac-
cepted the *story for consideration.
f It was given to fiction editor Rich-
irterica ard Bauman, '61, and his staff who
considered "The Shallows" a good
story, and so decided to use it.
tive" peoples as the Poles. And it Several factors may have influ-
is unrealistic to expect either enced this judgment, Bauman
America or the Soviet Union to said. "The Shallows," besides being
negotiate if at a military dis- well written, is a "different type
advantage-as one of them must of story than the usual Generation
be. story of "inner turmoil.