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Will Make Feature Stories From News
Bureau Articles For Sun-
day Papers.I
IiULiLFTIN BOARD TO BE PUT UP.

GAN DAILY
thoritles on various subjects. Library
references and text citations on any
subject will be furnished on request.
The university bureau is being con-
ducted by Prof. J. R, Brumm of the
rhetoric department, whose office is
in room 102 of West Hall. The office
hours are from 2 to 4 p. m.
Some progress is being made in es-
tablishing the means whereby the news
is to be gathered from the different
departments. Dean Cooley has signified
his intention to appoint a man for the
purpose in each of the 11 sub-depart-
ments of engineering. There will be a
special assistant appointed by Dean
Jordan for the women's news. Prof es-
sor Roth already has in preparation
an article on the work of the Forestry
school.

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An illustrated newspaper service
company as a correspondent is the lat-
est development. Virgil McNitt, a for-
mer Michigandstudentand manager of
the Cleveland Central Press, has
we agreed to take the articles of the bu-
reau and work them up into "feature
stories" for the various Sunday papers
which he suppli'es with illustrated ser-
ser vice. Many of the articles sent out in,
elude cuts and photographs. This wili
furnish a widely distributed form
of advertising for the university ,grat-

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December 13, 14, 15

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McNitt was prominent in student
affairs while here in college, having
been editor of the Wolverine, a weekly.
He is city editor of the Cleveland Plain
Dealer, and has built up this business
of supplying illustrated news stories,
in matrix form as a side issue.
A bulletin board is soon to be placed
in West Hall for the purpose of post-
ing university news of interest to stu-
dents as wNll as to the local and state
press. All news on the board will be
official and will prevent erroneous re-
ports of university events from gain-
ing circulation,
The new bulletin board is to be con-
ducted in connection with the universi-'
ty news bureau. The latter plans
to keep the state press sup-
plied directly with university news.
To this end letters are being sent to
editors all over Michigan announcing
the new plan. '
When the new bureau is ready to
commence operations, two or three let-
ters a week will be sent to the state
editors, containing various information
about university happenings. StudentI
activities will be included, but especial
emphasis will, be laid on work being
done by the faculty, such as research
and the writing of books. .
State editors are invited by the bu-
reau t- submit questions of local in-
terest. to he answered here by au-

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EXTENDED LECTURE
LIST IS COMPLETE.
(Continued from page 1.)
ern Hemisphere." Prof. Stanley has
eight lectures on musical topics, and
Prof. Trueblood three lecture recitals
of plays and three lectures, on oratory
and orators. Mr. Friday has chosen
three financial and taxation subjects,
and Prof. Scott will tell in one of his
lectures "How to Read a NewspAper."
The offerings of the other depart-
ments, which came out some time ago,
are split up as follows: engineering
department, 25 men, 47 subjects; med-
ical department, 11 men, 16 subjects;
law department, 7 men, 11 subjects;
dentistry department, 3 men, 3 sub-
jects; homeop department, 3 men, 5
subjects. Dean Schlotterbeck is the,
only speaker from the school of phar-
macy.
An article giving in detail the pur-
poses and scope of the course is in
preparation by Mr. Brumm, Universi-
ty News Editor. It will be sent to the
various state correspondents of the
News Bureau.
MEDICAL SOCIETY WILL
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY
The Eighty-fourth anniversary of
the Washtenaw County Medical Society,
the oldest organization of its kind in
the state, will be held today in the
medical building. Dr. William Allen
Pusey, of Chicago, will be the princi-
pal speaker at both the afternoon and
evening ssions.
A Correction.
Yesterday's issue of the Daily an-
nounced Prof. Moritz Levi's talk or
"Le Romantisme Francais" for Decem-
)er 17. Instead, the lecture will b'
given in Tappan Hall at 5 o'clock to-
,norrow. This is the initial lecture of
the course of Cercle Francais lectures.
Admission will be by the course ticket
which can be procured from members
of the French faculty. To students the
price of the season ticket is 50 cents,
to others $1.00.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Senior Lits buy Dinner-Dance ticket;
n U. Hall, S. L. A. window from 9 tc
12 and 1 to 3 today. Tickets must be
purchased by Thursday night.
Meeting of the Progressive Republi-
an club at MeMillan Hall tonight at
7 o'clock.

Standing Room
$1.00

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