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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, JAN. 5, 1937

Brumm Elected Two University Property Fires

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lo Journalism
Group's Office

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Mark Eventful [acation7ine

Association Of
Schools May

Journalisn
Hold Their

West Engineering Annex
Damaged; Canvass OnI
Burton Tower Burns I
Two fires on University property:
.'ere the highlights of an eventful.
vacation season in Ann Arbor.
Exensive damage was caused Dec..

Foyuythe has been appointed assis-
tant prosecuting- attorney of Wash-
fenaw County.
The Rev. Henry Lewis, minister of
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, was
one of the seven ministers nominat-
cd Dec. 22 for the position of coad-
jutor bishop of the Michigan dilo-
ccse. The election of the new coad-
jutor bishop will be held Jan. 27.

Next Meeting Here
Prof. John L. Brumm, chairman of
the journalism department, was

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elected vice-president of the Amer- hm a fire, believed to have started Grant Kimmel, Washtenaw County
can Association of Schools and De- from cily rags swept through a reci- farmer, was found guilty Dec. 21 of
partments of Journalism at the as- {ation room and the attic of the assault with attempt to murder John
building.iSheets, Detroit policeman, and was
sociation's recent meeting in St. Painters who were working in the given a sentence of 12% years.
Louis, it was revealed here yesterday. building were out to lunch at the ---- -----
There is a possibility that the next time. No damage was done to the *
annual convention of the association clock in the tower of the structure. rW ll Pla
will meet in Ann Arbor, it was statedI Canvas being used to protect work-PraWP
by Professor Brumm, who was ac- men near the top of the Burton Me- ' iX..A W eek
companied by Prof. Wesley Maurer morial Tower caught fire Jan. 2. No
of the journalism department. damage was done to the 192 foot
"The broadest possible interpreta- structure The blaze was thought to OnBaird Bells
tion of a free press was favored by have started from a salamander in
the convention," Professor Brumm which a fire was maintained to heat
reported, "including interpretation the stone work of the tower. The last Two carillon concerts a week be-
through the public press of definite stone was placed on the tower Dec. ginning next Sunday are planned by
minority groups which are now more 24. Wilmot Pratt, University carillon-
or less neglected." He cited the cases Work was started Jan. 2 on the new neur.

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New Year RIGHT'1
By Economizing

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of organized labor and farmers and
liberal groups generally.
It was the concensus of opinion at
the meeting that freedom of the press
can be safeguarded only by insuring
m i n o r i t y groups representation
through the press itself, he continued.
Discussions concerned themselves
with a progressive plan of education
for journalism, the tendency being
away from the purely technical to
the critical and professional, Profes-
sor Brumm said, adding that Mich-
igan had assumed leadership in this
policy for the last 10 years.
A committee on the American
Newspaper Guild expressed the senti-
ment that measurably as the guild
fosters a professional status for news-
paper workers comparable to the

First Presbyterian Church to be lo-
cated at 1432 Washtenaw Ave. This
new structure is expected to be com-
pleted in nine or 10 months and will
have many student facilities.I
Joseph Zwerdling, '33L, Ann Arbor,
has been named assistant attorney
general of the state. He has been
affiliated with Burke & Burke, law-
yers, here since 1935. Franklin C.
Prof. Sanders
Made President
Of Plhilologists
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The 3o-minute concerts will begin
at 4:15 p.m. every Sunday, and on
either Wednesday or Thursday dur-
ing the week.
The Baird bells were not injured in
a fire New Years' night. For several
minutes the tower was a shining bea-
con as sparks from a salamander used
,o heat the stone work set fire to the
canvas guard used to protect work-
men near the top of the 192-foot
structure.
Firemen extinguished the flames
with chemicals after receiving an
alarm turned in by an onlooker.

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kC, ,A V AA.L. %U11JAL1 UU tU he Prof Henry A. Sanders of the Latin
standards of the English InstitutedprtenyAandcrm of the
of Journalists, it deserves the supportseec d epartment n chair oeedhprei
of the schools of journalism, Profes-seec f hdepAmercnt waslelcdprsi-
sor Brumm reported. dent of the American Philological As-
He stated that the association did mocetinfordthe c2ongyearCat-
not feel called upon to pass on then eig hed Dec. 2to 30 iChi
question of labor affiliation or the Professor Sanders read a paper on
trade union activities of the guild. ' WaxfTablet ondthe Te of ad.
The association which is about 20 n fore the rcaeologca
years old, Professor Brumm pointed tute of America, which met in joint
out, classifies schools and depart- session with the American Philolog-
ments of journalism according to the ical 2.ssoiation.
character and extent of the curricu- The meetings were attended by
lum. Prof. John G. Winter, chairman of
the Latin department, Dr. 0. F. But.-
1-dlicants Filling ler of the Latin department, Prof.
Campbell Bonner, head of the Greek,
Shor-Han Clasesdepartment, Prof. Warren E. Blake
Short-Hand ClassesandHerbert C. Youtie of the Greek
department and Prof. James E. Dun-.
The number of applicants for the lap of the Greek and Latin depart-
course in short-hand, which is being Several other former students and
sponsored by the Student Christian faculty members of the University
Association, is reported increasing were also present at the meeting.
rapidly by Walter A. Luszki, '37, who
is to be in charge of the classes, the
first of which is to be from 11 a.m. 'Ensian Price Rises
to noon Saturday in Lane Hall. After Sale This Week
The course is designed to be one This is the last week during which
covering the practical working prin- students may buy the 1937 'Ensian
ciples of short-hand so that the stu- for $4, Lloyd Strickland, '37, business
dent may quickly put to use what he manager said last night. Students
has learned. Primarily the course who wish to reserve a copy at the $41
will be of interest to those who have price should call the 'Ensian office
trouble efficiently copying down lec- and leave their name and address.
ture notes, according to Mr. Luszki. Beginning next week the price will
Registration for the classes is be- be $4.50 until the Spring Vacation.
ing carried on by signature at the After the vacation and until May 10
posters on the bulletin boards of the the 'Ensian will cost $5. Thereafter
University. the price will be $5.50.
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three weeks.
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