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________________________ THE MCHIGAN DAILY r -PFrIDA ~,MY2

Y, MAY 25,

JOURNAL'ISM ST'UDENTS Student Is Awarded
rinPack Forestry Prize
II LI TO [DII APr Chre eihar'2F wsan
Sevenh members of a class in ad- Latlirop Pack: prize of $50 for the beat
xvi itten essay on tihe subject, "Private
vancedl new s writing yesterday Help., Forecstry: "Its P~ossii)ities and Diffi-
edl edit the Aim Arbor Daily News. ! ulties," at a meeti;ng of the Forestry
Under the auspices of the journalism clb yesterfa y. Competition is open
department and Ray B3aker, editor of for this prize every yea~r among thu
the ail paerthecooeraionbe-students of the For'estry school.
th dil pprth coertin e Following the announcement of the
tween the journalism classes and the 'winner-bf the prize the Forestry club
paper were airanged. elected officers for the comning year.I
The studlents reported at 7 o'clock Willis C.' Brunch, '28F was elected
in- the morniing witlh the regular re- president, R~us'sell R. Reynolds, '30F,
porters on the Daily News and work- v ice-president, Clayton W. Scribner,
ed until the afternoon deadline. Each '29F, secretary, Albin G-. Jacobson,
student was assigned to one depart- '30F, treasurer, and Paul A. Brinson,
meat of theP ape ad covered the ''20F, corresponding secretary.
"beat" of the regular reporter in, his_
company. Some were assined to the ULRIBBONS AI)lahdstesotsdprmn, T'ltt
the society editor's' desk, thie city hall for all mtkes of
beat, tlhe pholice reporter b~eat, and the
city desk.. TYPE WIII1TElIS
Practical experience in editing and Rapid turnover, fresh. stock Iiasirer
inu the management- of a newspaper best quality at a moderate price.
was learned by the "cubs." Several 0 ~
;stories f'or the Thursday afternoon is- u ". 0 R IL
sue were written and "heads" put on 17 Nickels Arcade. Phone 6615.

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YOST IN CHICAGOI
FOR CONFERENCE!
Fielding H. Yost, director of iath-
letics, is in Chicago today attending
the annual meeting of athletic coaches
am~d directors, and faculty representa-
tives, which will extend over today
and tomorrow. Mr. Yost, however,1
will return to Annl Arbor tomorrow3
mcrning, as he is forced to give up the
Saturday program in Chicago (due to
a meeting of the Board in Control of
Athletics which convenes tomorrow.
noon.

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