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I BUREAU TO HANDLE
News of Various Organizations Will
Be Given by Sigma Delta Clii
To Entfre Country
EFFICIENT WIRE SERVICE TO
BE FURNISHED NEWSPAPERS
Correspondents, publicity commit-
teemen and officers of University sec-
s tional clubs will be called together
within the next week by the Michigan
News bureau, in an effort to organize
- the problem of University publicity.

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This step will be the second taken
by Sigma Delta Chi, professional
journalistic society, to foster better'
handling of news matter distributed
to publications outside of Ann 4.bor.
The bureau is now established in the
activity rooms of the Michigan Union.
Regular office hours will be maintain-
ed.
The object in calling together cor-
respondents, publicity committee men
and sectional club officers is to ex-
plain to them the work of the bureau,
and to urge their co-operation.,
Correspondents for newspapers and
periodicals outside of Ann Arbor will
be offered the assistance of the news
bureau. Publicity committees will al-
so be proferred the help of the bureau.
Reports from officers of the Sigma
Delta Chi organization declare that
considerable success has been met with
during the two weeks that the bureau
has been functioning. Free wire ser-
vice has been given to those papers
in various parts of the country for
whom news items have been found on
this campus.,
TO SPEKHERE MONDAY
ENGLISH AUTHOR WILL DISCUSS
LITERATURE UNDER AUSPICES
OF PRESS CLUB
J. C. Squire, editor of the' London
Mercury and distinguished equally as
a poet, essayist, critic, wit, and satir-
ist will speak on "Men, Books, and
Things"-at 4:15 o'clock Monday after-
noon in the Natural Science audi-
torium.
Although only 37 years of age, Mr.
Squire has already published 10
volumes of poetry and criticism, the
latest of which is "Life and Letters,"
By virtue of his brilliancy and orig-
inality he stands in the front ranks
of the younger Englishmen of letters
and, through his editorship of a lead-
ing literary magazine and his diversity
of talent, he exerts a strong influence
on contemporary literature. It has only
recently been disclosed that he is the
author of a series of acute and widely-
discussed comments on literature
which originally appeared in The
Statesman under the pseudonym of
"Solomon Eagle" and were published
in this country under the title, "Books
in General."
In his lecture Mr. Squire will cover
a variety of topics including authors
of his acquaintance, the more import-
ant new books, and observations on
current literature. He comes here to
pay a short visit to Robert Frost,

after visits to Vachel Lindsay and a
few other American writers.
The lecture, which will be open to
the public, is to be given under thel
auspices of the Students' Press club.
Wen iy Strong
In Approval Of
Prof rM 0 I
Prf.ftuirhead
"No recent academic event has given
me greater pleasure than the an-
nouncement that Dean Lloyd had se-
cured Prof. J. H. Muirhead for a uni-
veristy lecture, Nov. 25." said Prof.
R. M. Wenley, of the philosophy de-
partment, yesterday. My recollection
of Dr. Muirhead goes back more years
than I care to confess; in fact to my
undergraduate days, when he was as-
sistant to the professor of Latin in
Glasgow university.
Has Had Brilliant Career
After a brilliant career at Glasgow,
he went to Balliol college, Oxford and,
later, forsaking classics for philoso-
phy as a life-work, held lectureships
at Bedford and Holloway colleges of
London university. Twenty-one years
ago, he became the first occupant of
the chair of philosophy in the new
university of Birmingham.
"His early books, 'The Elements of

wide circles of students on both sides
of the Atlantic while his judicious
editorship of the 'Library of Philoso-
phy,' the most influential British philo-
sophical series, brought him into per-
sonal contact with leading philoso-
phers the world over. His interest in
ethics naturally led him to play a
part in practical affairs, and produced
his careful pronouncements on 'The
Service of the State' and, even more
notable, his analysis of the 'Report
of the Poor Law Commission of Parlia-
ment.'
Well Fitted for Address
"His wide knowledge, his unusual
experienc and, no lss, his charming
personality, fit him rarely to address
us on\the issues of the war. More-
over, belonging, as I infer, to the Bir-
mingham, school of liberalism,-al-
most consecrated for us in the United
States by the name of John Bright,-
he will present the probles from an
angle with which we are too un-
familiar.
"It may interest another group of
students, for whom philosophy is not
necessarily a primary subject, to learn
that Dr. Muirhead's views may have
been influenced somewhat by the sig-
nificant contributions of Prof. Graham
Wallas, whose brother-in-law he hap-
pens to be."

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