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STATE PAPERS COOPERATE
No Attempt Will Be Matte To Print
.News With Last Minute
Time Value
With the. purpose of being a lab-.
oratory newspaper only, the Mich
iga.n Journalist, official organ of
the journalism 'department until
its discontinuance in 1925, will
again be published, in cooperation
with various newspapers of the
state, it was announced from the
offces of the journalism 1, depart-
mnent ,yesterday.
The purpose of the newspaper
is to stimulate the interest of
journalim students in, their workj
and to give ..them an oppotrunity to'
meet: experienced editors and to
visit the newspaper houses. Sincel
there will" be no emphasis on last-1
rnlnut6 time value to the news, it is
intended that only the best writ-
ten news, the best' written edi-
tor-als, and the best editing will be
permitted in the paper. It will
contain no advertising.
Unlike the issues of 1925, these
issues will not be circulated on thel
campus but only to journalism stu-i
dents and metropolitan newspap-
erts of the state. To publish the is-
sues the "students will travel to the
newspaper plants and do the ac-
tual editing,: and it is hoped to
have the' first issue out by the I
middle of. March. Previous issueslI
of 1925 featured editorial can--
paigns, notably onc on the sta- I
dium in which the slogan "Ath-I
letics for All" was given .popular'-
1Wy.
Anneditorial council will be form-
ed among the students to discuss,
editorial policies in the forthcom-
ing issues.
T-en newspapers are cooperating
with the department, ands are.
prntig the paper gratis. The
papers are: Ann Arbor New and
others of the Booth Publishing
company, the Owosso .Argus-Press,'
the Pontiac Press, the Battle
Creek Enquirer-News, the Adrian
Telegram, the Detroit Polish Daily
Record, the Washtenaw Tribune,
tentatively, the " Trenton Times,.;
and the Port Huron Times Herald.
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,
$2.25 for tihe half year.

'Vocational Counsel 'Committee Invites SCHMAL~Z TAKES M usic School Plans
STStudents- To DicussTheir .Life Work - A RV AR('OS Curse Fr Fclty
13y Val "EgelandI completed in. order to select those " jAnnouncement was inade yester-
The Ooniittee On Vocational companies whose standings and .Prof. Carl N.- Schmalz, of the de- dlay at the University School of
policies are worthy of the con- partment~ of retailing and -advertis- Music of plans for ane extension
Counsel and 'Placement is nlow 11sideration of college men and wo- 'Ing, and assistant- director of the course in the history of music.
functioning as =a counseling and 4 e.Ti uve a ruh t ueuo°usns eerh This course is being offered espie-
work placement bureau whiere any light -many vacancies in various whose resignation from the Uni- cially for townspeople, facuilty and
student may apply for 'vocational kinds of'Work. Students who wish versity was accepted biy the Re- others interested who are without
in formation and assistance in ob- [to 'le 'considered for these posi-. gents at their last meeting, will go musical training, an1d therefore,
twining a permancnt position, oth- 'tions or who desire contacts with to Harvard university niext semnes-, will be carried on in a non-theor-
e r than teaching, after leavin~g the employers in any field or work ter, he indicated yesterday. jetical and non-scientific basis. Reg-
yUniversity. 'The- offices of the 'com- other than teaching should regis-i His title -will be that' of assistant istration for the course, through
1mittee are in, room 201 Mason hall. ter immediately in the committee professors of miarketing in the 'grfad-' the School of Music, may be made
Stuent ar inite t mae ue ofics.irate school .of business adininistra- ttro 21, Hill Auditorium, at4
oif these offices in order to =discuss 'ii bureau does not attempt to tion. He will give a course in r- 1o'clock Monday afternoon. The
their future work and to -get tplace students in summer, vaca- tailing, hec. said 'yesterday, and 'In tuition is '$15 per semester. -
suggestions on sources of -informa- -tion, or part time jobs, but is con- addition will probably ,do -admi __________________-__
tion for their chosen, careers. cerned only With :permanent work' trative work in thre -bureau of [.
Thesel Com Plcitteeha pon M nVscdetionalrproeoutsidell e stherto helde 'hofdneducation.ee n 'ocaionliutsdesheResearchcaton. sointh estrchisothworskwrk-llflf
pared a bibliography of references Of search for a 'position until the 1 Professor Schmalz camve here 1. P B " #H ARD
on occupations of interest - to the end, of the senior .year. For obvi- from Dayton, Ohio, in "the fall of
college moan and Woman. 'his ous reasons such delay'makes pro- 1925. While Here, . rofessor Dealer in
bibliography is now on the. shelves per placemient very difficult. Stu- Schmalz has been activ'ely 'iigaged
of the General Library. All those dents who are interested in meet- in the organization of groups of
who have not definitely decided -ing employers or ini securing the departmenit stores which will co- A TQ E
upon a life work are urged to se- -assistance of the bureau should opraeNihIheQU-aEofBSi
lect references from they bibliogra- enroll at once and make an ap- ness R esearch in exchanging fig.- Uhoseig Vuiur
phiy in the vocations which h1old polntment for -an interview in the1 ures -n evlpngpicilst RpiinRfiihn
some interest for themr. committee offices. str"anagemcepn rnile- o l~~l~
Th committee also offers its'- -I.ndRm eln
services in assisting to 'find prxoper - ° ;adRm eln
employment for -all, gradinAting OAGE- RPERI.TICK'ETs &RESERVAT iONS
suet. It is the policy fti ala o lrd For Allimoan 8Eaturntee
bureau to recommend onlyo those oranges-'65l p ck ora250 bu 76 sC'iss un A r - - -- M c i a
students whose personality and- One week orff 4tre. 1st -between . Independent Travel a
training seem to equip them, for a - W. Jeff. and Wi-lliam, Open! 8 E< G. Kuebier fPl1Jume 3432
specific job. Recently a, national. A.m. to S P..Gen. Steamship fAgmY I
6EUiHran- . Ph. 441
survey of outstanding firms was ANN ARBOR

a E-
Vice Presideit-Elect Curtis
who will be inaugurated with :Herbert Hoover on Monday in W
ington. Curtis has been active in government affairs for over

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years, and has represented Kansas in the Senate since 1907. For the l
past few years, he has been majority leader in the Senate, and has
been one of the most steadfast supporters of the administration in theF
upper chamber. Senator Curtis was a prominent candidate for thc
Republican nomination in the pre-convention campaign, being sup-
ported by the farm group in the .middle west, but he was defeated at
Kansas City by Hoover. However, hie was almost unanimously chosen
as the party's candidate for Vice-president, getting over a thousand
votes on the first ballot, out of a total of 1100.

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