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September 25, 1922 - Image 14

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L

W WOMEN WILL
BE ENTERTAINED

Dawley of the physical education de-
partment, and Frances Ames, '23,
uresident of the League, will stand in
the receiving line.

:ing out bills, card indexing ad-
isers, etc. When the bills are
ly to be collected tryouts are sent.
with them.
hie circulation department sells
magazine. It takes charge of the
scription campaign early in thej
r and the stand and campus sales
' month throughout the college
. They also handle the mailing
opies to foreign and local sub-
bers.
fter the advertising men have sold
ads the publications department
ects and writes the copy, and then
es up the advertising section.
youts are' not restricted to one
rtment but are used in all of
i in order that they may obtain
orough knowledge of the general'
ine. Any sophomore or upper.
smen who are interested in trying
may do so by reporting to the
ness manager any afternoon at
press building. Freshmen are
ble to tryout at the beginning of
second semester.
Gargoyle
e Gargoyle is the humorous
thly publication of the Univer-
The material contained within
pages is made up of humorous
es ands jokes, mostly featuring
campus acrd campus events. The
rings also are closely related to
pus life. The aim of the Gar-
e editors is to put out a magazine
is full of local color.
is does not exclude general mat-
the only virtue of which is that
humorous. Much of the material
is of this kind and is not ex-
ed because it does not deal with
ersity life.
t only experience& writers and
>onists are eligible for the Gar-
3. The person with ideas is
ably more welcome than the one
can write well . but lacks the
Many can be found who can
hese ideas into writing, and wit
erhaps the first criterion of a
ge publication.
n who have had experience in
oning are needed and perhaps
reverse of what was said above.
t the, man with the idea being
valuable than the one who
I only write well stands for the
ge artist. The man who an bik
good drawings and good car-
is not a frequent visitor to gen-
niversities. Also a man who can
at all is welcome, for it is very
able that he will develop into a
artist or cartoonist. Experience
the men who have done this kindl
ork on the Gargoyle is a very
ble aid to the- newcomer,
her he be literarily inclined or
ise his pen pictorially.
dispel an illusion which has
hovering over the campus for
past several years it is to be
plain that the use of the word

tne campus. Women on the staff of
this publication would be a very
valuable asset which should material-
ly better the publication and broaden
its field and outlook.
The business staff of the Gargoylel
is organized in much the same man-'
ner as that of Chimes. The advertis-
ing, publication, sales and circulation
of the magazine are taken care of by
specialized staffs of men. Awards to
staff positions are determined only
upon the ability of the tryout, who
.receives his appointment to a respon-
.sible osition after one ot two years
of work.
This fall there is room on the Gar-
goyle staff for 25.new men. Several
vacancies have been caused by the
failure. of some sophomores to return
to school, thus giving room for a
large number of new men from that
class. Sophomore tryouts, especially
if experienced in the line of work, are
generally encouraged. As in other
publications, first semester freshmen
are not alowed to work on the Gar-
goyle, they not being eligible until #
the beginning of the second term.
Directory
Literary talent is misplaced on the
Students' Directory; as there is but
one chance each year for itd se and
that is in. the editor'ssnote-wnwn
thet editor claims is seldom read.
However, there is other work which
must be done in order that the Direc-
'tory may be out within a short time
after school opens.
The staff of the Directory is large
and practically disbands after the
publication goes to press,; which is
usually about the first month of the
school year. Men and women experi-
enced in filing and classifying are
needed every year, in addition to
those who can act as proofreaders,
and take care of the volume of work
which piles up and awaits speedy
action.
Athletic Program
The Athletic Program is the official
program for games and all' athletic
contests arranged by the Athletic as-
sociation. The Program is issued ev-
ery day when there is an event.
The staff of the, publication offers
advantages to men who wish to' learn
something of the work in putting out
publications of this kind. Advertis-
ing is sold in advance and then ma-
terial for the program proper is gath-
ered.
Tryouts for the staff may be from
all classes. Sophomores and juniors
are as eligible as first year men.
Do you read the Daily ads? You'll
find bargains there.-Adv.
~BE
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MAN%

All new women in the University
are invited to a party to be given in "tWHO'S HO" HAS
the Women's League rooms at 7:30'
o'clock Wednesday, Sept. 27. The 115 LOCAL NAMES
board of directors of the League and
heads of committees are planning an Ann Arbor is represented by 115
unusual variety of stunts, dancing, names in the 1922-23 "Who's Who in
and refreshments. Parties of this America" which was recently pub-
nature have been given for entering -lished. This city thcreby ranks se-
(.. ., . ., ..+.. .,... .s.....T. ,s.,..dyt .. .ay ranks sec-

president of the Michigan Agricultur-
al college, and the late Prof. W. W.
Beman, are still included on the list.
The book, which is 3427 pages long,
contains 24, 278 biographieo which is
the largest number appearing in any
edition of the book.
High School Coach Made Club Read
Kalamazoo, Sept. 24.-Members of
the Kalamazoo Exchange club have in-
stalled Judson Hyames, Western State
Normal high school athletic director,
as their new president.

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stuents or many years and have al-
ways served as a means of breaking
the ground for getting acquainted.
This time the League is anticipating
a larger attendance than ever before.
Dean Jean Hamilton, Miss Mary
Ross, the new secretary of the Y. W.
C. A., Miss Marion Wood, Miss Marion

I nd in the state in the number of
namies listed, and among the first in
the country for cities of its size.
The large number of names listed
from this city is due to the location of
the University here as 100 of the
names are on the University faculty
list. The names of David Friday, now

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