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A~rlumn3us W ants ii t ree tseems to mre is a s
stclo~nnir;for muich. publicity.I
LU versitv News The Amterican Medical Association,
-"'Th American Bar Association, and
KDirector N amed1 ilh, American Institute of Architects,
could be inwcedl to meet in Ann Arbor
(Continued from Page Nine) ai1th lt in AnAbo.Mc.
You and they ^alike forget that this ma-de syrm nyous wv;ithi news in news-
is a country of a hundred million' paper offices from thie Atlantic to the
people with innumerable papers. P'acific. The 'University of Wisconsint,
When they tooks up the lproblenm of a nd the University of Chicago, both,
demonstrating the world to b, thir have had repeated articles in the
oyster they discovered the oyster was-, Western press within the past two
almost ignorant of Mllcigban, much 'eairs which has all the ear-marks of
less inclinerl to yieldl to it as any synidicate ( stuff. And it has been based
effective "opener". Then it came to upon some outside interest or asso-
us, as I'm trying to makte it come to icainaeL.go etr~gi ~ai
you anl a it1xl cne o yu wenson, or on the Midway.' For example
y u an s i il co e t:yu w e just this past; week our local high
you et ut nto it, that news, data, school has advertised WVisconsin thor-
informa'tion andl all the things, that oughly because that university was
go to create appreciation and respect staging a contgest for the blest high
for Michigan have been- and are woe- school nublications in the UnitedI

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house all camnpus publications and them in turn into the alumni ranks. E
eventually provide a hook-printing I'm not attempting to bridge the
andl binding establishment that will years. It can't be done. But there ea l Bs
ultimately make the imprint of "The Disaetramofpwedi tehlun
Michigan Press" an accolade of merit i body that should afford impetus to (
upon any hrook. drive the machinery instead of ,a fit- WHETHE'R BUYING IN SMALL OR LARGE QUANTITIES YOU HAVE -
I have just sketched the problem( ful fioo4l tatcarries agrotesque jet-ARGTTOOL HEBS
bhut I hope it will cause the right iun- sa andIfltsamTOfOldLgradEpaBEST
dergraduate to take the matter uip and colt once a year. Why not utilize it?>
work it through to a sol ution. All And, the basis of utilization is know- fForM I K F. edg an =
! movements are the result of just onelde n fortunately or unfortunatelyC RA
mian's real and enthusiasm-his, the that comes through ,news print The' -
{ ire from which all other torches gain !right sort of news print must come W OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY AND PURITY THE DISCIMINAT'ING:
their kindling. from you. It's your problem to furnish BYRAWY AL
I believe it is fair to other u,niversi- that. Don't continue to fall down on -
ties to say that none of them have the !the job as we and the graduates of thej
b~ody of loyal and devoted alumni that !years between fell dlown on it. I
Mibgnhs hyae niu o4--
Michganhas Thy ar aniou to I began with Coach Yost and I shall
know and to understand Michigan-un- r end with him. The best piece of pub-
1lergradutate Miahigan. Who of us ,licity I have seen in .years was the ar- WE ARE EQUIPPED WITH THE FINEST TO SERVE YOU BEST SERVICE PLUS SATISFACTION
wouldn't be a boy again? Who of us'ticle on Yost in a recent American
but would like to be back on the cam-magazine. That article was publicity' r o
nus again-in thandyof it? One can ifor Michigan of a splendid type. It " Theor '"
niot shake off the years successfully,. a psileb'asTheCachse~U
Perhaps that's why in our recurring such a live wire that he just broke=
efforts in June to show a flash of our through the insulation of indifference ! =R4JNOE 23 41'1[A\D CATHERINE STS. P'l~tRON 423 2
old-time form we only succeed in be-- and mis-information. There are numn-
ing tremendously funny in the eyes hers of men and women on the camn-
Sof present undergraduates, precisely I pus who furnish just as good "copy"-- I11I[ [11F1111 111111N
as they,, themselves, will vastly amuse -Michigan copy-for publication. I 111[11[11Ii11I11ii#111111111111[1 /111 11iiIt111N1gt#[t11
the boys and girls in grammar schools (Continued on Page Twelve)
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fully lacking, Michigan'sM greatness Stales, andi the loca il high schoolt won
curiously enough is nowhere more ; secondl and this year hoped to win
demonstrated than that facing this first ae i hat comipetition.
lack through all the years she stands Again I think we, Michigan people,
as she stands today. should learn to think of Michigan1 as
I am not in favor of a censor but I Mt!ichigan. " U of 1%" is Archaic., It
am in favor of a university publicity means Montiana, Missouri, Minnesota,
director. i think his functions ,should 3 aryland, Massachusetts or Mississip-
gto the point of regitrgal re pi 'and is only one degree removed
gorrepnetsadfsupying lprs:fromt "Ann Arbor." We don't say New
corespndntsan ofsuplyngthm ;Haven but Yale. Hlarvard; not Cam-
at first hand with early andi accurate!~'de i Ia nAnAbr n
news about the university. Thiere area this could be very materially helped
many Michigan men on the press of if on all officiail envelopes andi Var-
the state and their enthusiastic and city stationary one uniform style of
loyal co-operation could and should' typing -and address should be used as
be secured. Here in California the for" example "The College of Liberal
loyalty of our press to the Universitya Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Ar-'
of California and other local schools! bor." or "The Michigan Daily, Univer-
14 painful. If you have never experi- sity of Michigan, Ann Arbor."
enced it come. andl try to get some! It would- seem, the solution of tihe
good Michigan, (or other 'foreign' col- problem mtust be found between the
lege) 'dope' ptast the city desk on most1 Daily office and staff and the journal-
any California newspaper! The De- islic fraternity which I understand has
troit papers especially can antI should !a local chapter on the Campus. Prof.
give Michigan splendid supprt. Snderland served his time on The
don't recollect a convention or news- Illeiemntyhua ad
papr mn o te sateevr metig;knows from personal undergraduate
in the city of Ann Arbor. Get them spaperimencejs hatacoefo nws
down, entertain them:, show them theaaiernt thhs 11011)nteWodeo an
university's needs and Its possibilities t eta h iei iewe
and I know no class of men :who will I :Michigan publicity agent or director
gladly give you back so much in re- cabcome a campus actuality. That
turn. is in line with the construction of a

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