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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ET TUESDAY FOR
MEETING OF YEAR

Oct. 18, in Mason hall, room 106. Of-
ficers for the coming year will be
elected.
Prof. Percival B. Blanshard, of the
philosophy department, will'read a
paper on "A Critique of Pragmatism."

Acolytes, campus philosophical so-
ciety, will hold their first meeting of
the year at 8 o'clock Tuesday night

MANY TO ATTEND
PRESS CONVENTION
HERE THIS WEEK

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EDITORS, FACULTY MEMBERS
PROGRAM FOR THREE DAY
MEET

ON

THE END OF A PERFECT

EVENING

EIGHT ORGANIZATIONS
CO-OPERATE IN PLAN

means

State Associations Will
University Press
Michigan

Convene With
Club of

A LIGHT LUNCH

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TRUBEY'S
218 SOUTH MAIN ST.

Candies

Confection

Eight different organizations will
gather here when the University Press
club of Michigan opens its annual
convention Thursday. The meeting
will last for three days, at the end of
which time the editors will be enter-
tained at the Ohio State football game.
Expect Good Attendance
Acceptance to the invitations to the
Press club meeting are arriving daily,1
and it thought now a certainty by
those in charge of the arrangements
that considerably more than a hundred
editors from various parts of the state
will be in attendance. The purpose
of the organization, as defined at the
last meeting a year ago, is to foster
a co-operation between the editors and
the department in charge of the teach-
ing of journalism at the University,
and t'o concentrate the influence of
the state press in behalf of a greater
development of the department here.
The Michigan Dailies' association,
the organization of the larger news-
papers in the state, will hold its
meeting here during the time that the
Press club is meeting and will con-
tribute to the program of the later.
The Michigan league of Home Dailies,
comprised of the dailies in the smaller
cities of the state, is also meeting here
during the convention. The editors
of weekly papers have also called into
a conference here to discuss problems
peculiar to the rural papers and to
join in with the larger organizations.
Will Take Active Part
Friday the managing editors of the
Associated Press Editorial association
will convene here at the call of the
president of the organization. The

Women's Press association of Michi-
gan will also meet during the time of
the Press club convention. The editors
of the metropolitian weeklies, and the
editors of business and technical mag-
azings, although unorganized, will
convene here for a discussion of their
problems.
The organizations will take an
active part in the meeting of the Press
club, furnishing speakers on the pro-
gram, and joining in the informal dis-
cussions that will be held as part of
the meetings.
Editor and Faculty Speakers
Speakers will be from both the
editors and from the faculty. The
opening address of welcome will be
given by E. J. Ottaway, of the Port
Huron Times-Herald, who is president
of the organization. Harry M. Mimmo,
of the Detroit Saturday Night, Lee A
White, of the Detroit News, Louis De-
Foe, of the New York World, and
Arthur Vanderberg, of the Grandj
Rapids Press, are among those who
will speak from the viewpoint of the
editors.
President Marion L. Burton will be
principal speaker representing the
University. Others will be: Prof. F.
N. Scott, head of the department of
rhetoric and journalism; Prof. R. M.
Wenley, head of the department of
philosophy; Prof. Jesse B. Reeves,
head of the political science depart-
ment; Prof. C. H. VanTyne, head of the
history department; Coach Fielding
H. Yost, head of the department of in-
tercollegiate athletics; H. M. Bates,
dean of the Law school, and John R.
Effinger, dean of the literary college.
The Students' Press club, recently
organized, will join in with the editors
in their meeting, and will co-operate
to make the journalists' stay in the
city pleasant. Through their efforts
a number of entertainments for the
newspapermen have been planned.
STATE DONATES BOXING FEE
FOR SERVICE-MAN MEMORIAL
Lansing, Oct. 15. (by A. P.)-Upon
request from the Kalamazoo post of
the American Legion, the state ad-
ministrative board has donated $400
to the fund which will finance the
construction of a soldier memorial
building in Kalamazoo. The sum rep-
resents the state's share in the box-
ing show that was held in Kalamazoo
during the state convention of the
Legion.

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