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September 30, 1919 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-09-30

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Flix uureu, wrmer oy ft) LUW ciy,
and managing editor of the Cadillac
News, and Arthur Stace, managing
editor of the Grand Rapids Press.
The convention aords to the teach-
ers of journalism' an opportunity for
the interchange of opinions in respect
to newspaper practice and the needs
of the press. Prominent journalists
and educators from many parts of the
country will give addresses and prob-
lems relating to the newspaper will
be discussed from the floor. Two
questions which will receive special
attention will be (1) Should the sala-
ries of newspaper workers be raised?
(2) What courses in journalism best
meet the needs of the modern news-

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apply- paper?
he rate Visiting newspaper men will be the
of the guests of the University at a'banquet
t auto- to be given Friday evening, of the
is re- Athletic association at the M. A. C.
3, says I game Saturday, and of the School of
Music for the Geraldine Farrar con-
cert on the evening'of the same day.
Professor Brumm stated that a great
{AN number of the invitations had already
been sent out and that 80 percent of
those who have answered intend com-
nchos-
ing.
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Problems in connection with the
rooming and- boarding situation are
as pressing at the University ,as they
are in Ann Arbor. The shortage in
rooms for women is especially notice-
able.
Cardinal Mercier has accepted the
invitation of President Lowell of Har-
vard university to visit the university

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in trade
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men this Fall
to buy good
than there are
or good woolens
them.

waiting
clothes
clothes,
to make

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know, or you'll
yourself paying full
for less than the'
standard of service
quality.

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price
full
and

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Work For
You
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Fill
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KUPPENHETMER.
Clothes mean the new
styles with the old integ-
rity of all-wool fabric
and sound tailoring.

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Clothes

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or FILL
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