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which the journalistic must deal," Mr. the meeting, of which number 58
White continued. "Men are entering signed up as members of the newly
the game unprepared, because they formed organization.
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"It is the problems of life with
did not bend their minds to the task.
Every paper, from the smallest coun-
try weekly, to the largest metropoli-
tan daily, needs men who know civic
problems and who can write on them
intelligently."
"We are always aware of and fac-
ing problems," Mr. White concluded.
"There is no limitation to preparation
in our profession; we are always stu
dents."

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in journalism
apers and mag-
iized into the
f the Universi-
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ind discussing the
of the profession.
fostered by fac-
he department of
ism with.- a view
attending to form
constitution was
s were elected as
X. P. Overton, '22;'
Ladeta Cote, '24;
Lewis, '22; and
in Moffat, '23.
ganization of the
sented the prob-
ist and the ideals

Program Outlined
E. J. Ottaway, of the Port Huron
'Times-Herald and president of the
University Press club of Michigan,
outlined what the press club hoped to
do when they met here Oct. 20-22,
and made an appeal to the students
to make attedance at the meetings of
frst importance. Following the meet-
ing a number of students signified
their willingness to serve on commit-
tees to entertain the editors when they
come to this city for their annual
meeting.
C. A. Prayer, of the Detroit News,
the next speaker, declared that the
newspaper obsession was fatal and
warned the young journalist to stick
to his first ideal.
Following the speeches the club
decided to meet bi-motnhly at a buf-
fet luncheon and to obtain speakers
from among the editors of the state.
Approximately 80 students attended

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