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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY, 15, 1925

SCHOOL EDITORS
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Journalism Department Will
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DAILY BUSINESS STAFF
TRYOUTS
Several positions are now open
on the business staff of The
Daily. The work involved will
be of value alike to those who
want to participate in some cam-
pus activity and to those who
want some practical experience
in the business department of a
daily newspaper. All persons
interested are requested to re-
port at once to The Daily busib
ness office in the Press building.

ions interested in American historical of the museum, William Warner Bis- The most imortiamt result of the
collections, on Friday, February 13, at hop, libraran, and Dr. Randolph G. meeting was the agreement made on MANAGEi1 TRYOUTS
ACUL IlBthe Detroit Public Library. The meet Adams. custodian of the Wilai the part of each of the organizations-
Tfing was called chiefly at the instance ine rer c W the e to exchange information about pur All tryouts for Assistant B e-
1IIIibrVris d srcchases and to act in harmony in an ef- ball Manager repo-rt to the ld
throughout the state to promote et- llection of the ) ro Public r fort to avoid competition and to build IHouse Monday or .Tuesday of
--ter understanding and a more co , r and hGdr r apid P huli -i. aiUv the historical resources of the state tiS wee.
Soeleies Interested in American His-I operative spi.it between the inst itu of Michigan, especially with respect to 0. W. REE ,
tory hold Conference l lions that are engaged in gathering Timeric an history. Mgr.
Detroit and preserving data on American his- \\3a& a )i William Warner Bishop speaking
tory. fr make a census of bound voluias of irom ith standpoint of the University
SEEI' COOPERATION The Michigan historical associationnewspapers, particularly Michigan ibiai, oauId that he regarded theC
was represented' by Dr. George Puller, newspapers, in the libiniars 01 h feetifl: as one of the mOSt important Paris, Feb. 14.- Capt. Peleter D'
Several members of the University its secretary, and by Prof. C. 1 [. Van state with the utndcrstamlding that it Stepls that has been taken for the Oisy, Paris-to-Toklo flier, was awarded
faculty attended the meeting which Tyne. The University delegates were i will be published b.y the MiV igani rouidei development o scholarly in- lie grand prix of 10,000 francs by the
was held by various state organiza- Dr. Bryant Walker, hcnorry ecurator historical comnission. I yen Ia tion in the state. ueinch Academy of Sports.

CONFEREN CEENDS

Election of officers and the award-
ing of prizes.for the best high school
publications in the state took place
:1st the connluding meeting of the
Michigan Interscholastic Press associ-
ation yesterday morning at the Union. I
Delegates, more than 150 in number,
who, attended. the three-day session
here under the direction of Sigma
Delta Chi, represented the majority
of the papers in Michigan.
The Mount Clemens "Mirror" was
named president of the association
for the coming yea, the election be-
ing decided by the faculty advisors
on a tie in the general vote. The
vice-presidency went to the Jackson
high school "Reflector," while the
Ann Arbor "Optimist" secured the
secretary-treasurership. The advis-
ory board for the coming year will
consist of Miss Beatrice Merriam of
Detroit Northwestern and Mr. H. L.
Smith of Wyandotte.
In the awards for prizes in the con-
test which was held in conjunction
with th'e meetings Highlandd Park
"Spectator" won first prize in class
A for weeklies, securing the Ann Ar-
bor cup for the coming year. Second
prize went to the Detroit Cass Tech
"Technician," in a close contest. In
class B there were no entries.' The
papers were divided into classes ac-
cording to the size of the school they
represent.
"The Central Student" of Detroit
Central high school won the Michigan
Daily cup and first place in th class
A bi-weekly competition, with the
Detroit Southwestern "Prospector" in
second place. In class B Saginaw
Arthur Hill "Criterion" took first
honors, second place going to the
"Acorn" of Royal Oak.
Among th° monthlies, class A, the
Chimes cup Nent to the Grand Rapids
Union "Unionite," while Muskegon's
"Said and Done" copped second hon-
ors In class B Muskegon Heigths
"Herald" and the Hudson "Hudsouite"
placed in the order named.
Class A annuals were topped by
the Flint Central "Prospectus," which
was awarded the Ann Arbor Times-
News cup. Second place was taken
by the "Quiver"_of Pontiac lifgh
Annuals,' lass B; were topped by the
"Legenda" of Saginaw Arthur Hill
and the "Ypsi Dixit" of Ypsilanti high
school in that order.
There were nzo entries from class C
schools in the entire contest.
In additidn' to the election of officers,
which was "done by schools, the paper
naming its own man to fill the post,
papers were chosen to represent their
district, the state being divided into
seven parts for this purpose. Royal
Oak (first district, Saginaw Eastern
(second), Lansing high, (third), Mus-
kegon Heights (fourth), Cadillac,
(fifth), sixth no paper, and Ironwood
(seventh) were the high schools nam-
ed.
The meeting was concluded with the
adoption by the M. 1. P. A. of the
resolution offered by the faculty ad-
visors in the matter of taking steps
to free Sigma Delta Chi from the en-
tire burden of carrying on the con-
vention and other routine business of
the association. It is aimed to put
this work under the direction of the
journalism department.
Adjournment of the conference was
made following the transaction of the
business before the group yesterday
morning.
DINNER DANCE ICKETS
GOO N SALE AT 0NION
Tickets for a senior dinner-dance
to be given Feb. 24, in the Michigan
Union assembly hall will be placed on
sale at the Union desk next week.
The dance, sponsored by the Union
entertainment committee and approv-
ed by several of the senior class presi-
dents, will bethe first combined gath-
ering of the senior classes of -92.
It is expected that the dinner-dance,

as the final social function before the
lull in activity during Lent, and com-I
ing immediately after the holiday de-
clared for Feb. 23, will prove popular
among the seniors. Seniors will be{
given the first opportunity to secure
tickets for the affair, but it is probablei
that a limited number of tickets will1
be available for members of the other
classes at a later date. The time of
sale of these tickets, which will cost
$4 a couple, will be announced early
next week.'
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elected public speaking have been un-)
able to be accommodated in class sec-I
tions according to officials of the pub-
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