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May 26, 1928 - Image 2

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THE ,MICHIGAN DAILYx SATURDAY, MAY 26,

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TO PL-AN ASSOCIATION
IEP{?E S EN \'l'1ilES F1031 FIVE
JUNIOR COLLEGESINSAECINE''
PLAN BANQUET AT UNIONi
dew Orgaivitloii To Be Sponsored By
lBrnwi A. rneuIlces
A Michigan College Press associa-
tion may be the resul't of tihe meeting
of representatives from five Mich-
igan junior colleges at a, goon lunch-
eon in the Union today. Thie meeting
is in charge of Prof. John L. Brunim,
head of the Journalismn department,
who has agreed to spousor the organ-.
ization throughi his department after
its creation.
Suggestions made a~ year ago to 111r.
iBr.u~im, caused him to comnnind the
p1111 of a press association for small
colleges antl junior coleges of Mich-
igan. No cofh.ge took the initiative
to bring Imu ,1_1 inter-collegiate.
press convellhl on. hocwever,' until this
spring wfben a delegation from the'
H-ighan Park Junior College "Tatler
met wittb' Mr. Brunim, and made plans
fci' tadoy's meeting. Responsibility
for the mailing of invitations to oth-
ccolgswspaeintehnsof Garrett Wright, editor of the Tat-.
be r.
Four of the 12 invitations m~aled
wcre accepted. B'att'e Creek, Grand
Rapids, Muskeg;on, and Port Huron
-Ire the four junior colleges, which,
with Highland, Park are sending dele-
gates to the convention. It is hoped
that eventually 18 colleges will be-
come members of the association.,
Aformer Mkichigan College Press as-
soci'ation organized_ in 1922 Chrough
the Michigan State NormnAl News is no,
longer in active existence.
The niew association 'wil'l be dis-
tinct from the other three. Press asso-
ciations sponsored by the "Uiversity:
the University Press club, the Stu-'
dents Press club, and the Michigan
Interschola stic Press association,
which is sponsored by Sigma DeltaI
Chi.
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AIR-RAIL SERVICE-
(B3y Associated Press)
DETROIT, May .25.- The first comn-
bination air-rail service in the United
States will be inaugurated Monday by
the Detroit-Cleveland branch of theJ
Stout Air Service, inc., operating in
venj1,111tioni with the Clevc&.a.nd-South-
western railway.

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