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September 13, 1960 - Image 118

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The Michigan Daily, 1960-09-13

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THE MICIIANIN DAILY T

nsian Captures Year's Events

*BIN r time learn how the 'Ensian op-
5 erates."
Tryouts work under the direc-
tion of the Personnel Manager on
the large group projects. Here the
new staff members are taught the
proper procedure for all 'Ensian
work. After the initial training
period, tryouts choose a section
that they wish to work on.
Chooses Staff
At this time, a new person de-
cides whether he wishes to work
with a junior editor in obtaining
either copy or photographs to
develop properly one of the year-
book's sections.
The business side of the book
has a structure very similar to
X;that of the editorial staff. The
Business Manager is assisted by
several senior and junior editors
and by a tryout program.
"These people plan and execute
all methods known in order to
provide the necessary money that
lets the editorial staff portray the
year's happenings," Martin com-
mented. Advertising, group con-
tracts and campus sales of the
books are some of the business
staff's primary concerns.
Early Planning
Planning for the 1961 'Ensian
began early last spring with the
selection of the junior and senior
staffs. The senior staff planned
the book in detail during the first
week in June while in Chicago
visiting the engravers, the editor
Lents flock to the Student Publications Building each spring to pick said.
of the 'Ensian, the University's award-winning yearbook. t e working dummy, deadlines
drawn up and feature photo-
ible for the 1100 pictures that go works with the Personnel Man- graphs planned. As soon as an-
into each year's finished product. ager in coordinating and direct- other college year gets under way,
These staff members work under ing the tryout program and in Martin said, "the staff will find
the Senior Engravings Editor, ing the o pormrandcin itself back in the thick of things."
while three of the section editors completing the major projects Since student photographers
work with the Senior Copy Edi- around the office. take the majority of the more
for to see that the informative The tryout group-third level than 1100 pictures found in each
and descriptive articles for each of the 'Ensian staff-is composed year's book, the photography edi-
section are written and inserted of people who have never worked tor, as always, will be searching
in'the right places, for the 'Ensian before, but, who out, finding and training new
Directs Tryouts as Martin puts it, "desire to pur- prospects interested in seeing the
The Office Manager, also con- sue a profitable activity in their campus from behind an 'Ensian
sidered part of the junior staff, spare moments and at the same camera.

ROLL 'EM-Shortly after 3 a.m. six mornings a week, The Daily's $120,000 rotary press begins to print the 7,000 copys which will be
distributed the following morning. The press, composed of three units, can print up to 1 pages in a single press run. It is completely
automatic, one of the more important features which makes The Daily shop one of the finest among American college newspapers.

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Day

Features Large Plant

Daily Offers Full News Coverage
(Continued from Page 1)
Rewrites often work as Train-
ing Assistant Night Editors,
(TANE's) helping the Assistant
Night Editors (ANE's) lay out the
inside pages and write headlines.
Second year reporters work one
night per week as ANE's in addi-
tion to writing stories on their
beats. Juniors become Night Edi-
tors (NE's) and work on the make-
up of the front page and second
front page.
In the spring, juniors may peti-
tion to the Board in Control of
Student Publications for positions
on the senior editorial staff. By
petition and interview, the senior
staff of Editor, City Editor, As-
sociate City Editor, Editorial Di-
rector, Associate Editorial Direc-
tor, Magazine Editor, Personnel
Director, Sports Editor and two
Associate Sports Editors are se-
lected.
Post Assignments
\1The senior editors' desks are in
the Editorial Office across the hall
from the City Room. The City
Editors post the "crit" sheet
IN THE PIT-Fondly called "the pit~ by proof-reading students, analyzing the morning's paper and
the assignments for the coming
the shop is where night desk editors roll off on a small hand press day's publication each afternoon,
copies of the galleys of type that will go into the next day's paper. and the Editorial Directors super-
Each galley-and the final proof of each page-is then read for vise the contents and makeup of
typesetting errors and sometimes handed back to the Linotypists the editorial page.
for correcting. The Daily sports staff has its
own operating procedure. New
_____________________________________________ trainees are given an opportunity
to write almost immediately, cov-
ering intramural games and later
varsity athletics. In "addition to
campus sports, reporters often
Alost Comlete Aliusic Store" " travel to see professional contests
and write them up for The Daily
sports pages.
All sports staff members work
on the desk at night. Sophomores
do more advanced writing and
cover the major campus and pro-
ynfessional events.
A4O Maynard +tCover Beats
Each year six juniors are ap-
(near Nickels Arcade) pointed as sports night editors
and work one night each week.
In addition each junior editor
heads a separate beat each season.
ANO 2-5579 The senior sports editors or-
ganize the sports department,
write columns and sport editorials,
and teach trainees.
The sports staff emphasizes the
fact that prospective members
need not have had any prior writ-
ing experience. All that is re-
quired is an interest in sports.
7BOOKS and SUPPLIES 'Sophomores and juniors who join
the staff as beginners can move
up the staff and take the positions
C of all Publishers corresponding to their years as
soon as they have completed their
fundamental training.
classical, j2zz Photography Staff
The Daily also has its own
photography staff. The Daily pro-
- Sales and expert repairides cameras and film and has
its own darkroom and supplies.
Anyone interested in photography

PROCESSING PICTURES - Included in the
shop is a Fairchild, an electronic device which
reproduces photographs onto plastic plates suit-
able for printing.

SETTING THE TYPE-A battery of five linotype machines In the ground floor shop
of the Student Publications Building converts all advertising and editorial copy into
type-the first mechanical step in publishing The Daily.

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