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THE MIHICAN PAiLY

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The Daily,'Ensian And Gargoyle Offer Valuable Expei

rience

GNrg, Ihmor New Yo
Magazine, Has Are Trained
Varied Staff InAdSeeking
Members Are From All As a means of accumulating prac-
Schools, Classes; See tical business knowledge and experi-
ence, and at the sam~e time, acquiring
Funny Side Of Campus information concerning advertising
procedure as related to a newspaper
The Michigan Gargoyle attempts and the art of selling advertising it-
to interpret the humorous side of self, the Daily business staff is an,
1--r on the Michigan campus. To do outstanding student activity.-
this it is necessary to draw staff mem- Activity on the staff begins imme-
bers from, every branch and class of diately upon registration as a tryout.
the University. The freshman and sophomore try-
Editorial staff candidates are ex- outs receive training that is designed
pected to possess greater than aver- to fit them for the six junior and
age proficiency in writing, art work, five senior executive positions. Work
or photography. Any scholastically during the first two years involves
eligible student of second semester not only learning the routine pro-
s anding. or better may try out. cedure of proof-reading, chasing adt
An editor-in-chief is selected each copy, drawing ad-layouts but also'
year by the Board in Control of Stu- selling advertising and the handling
dent Publications. He appoints his of advertising accounts. From the
entire staff, including a women's ed- very first the tryout becomes an in-
itor, several junior editors and one or tegral part of the staff, assuming
n1ore photographers, all of whom are duties that serve to test his abilities w
paid. It is a Gargoyle tradition that and initiative for the junior and sen-
anyone who has a real sense of humor ior positions. "
may become a staff member despite Women may try out for either the
a lack of specific abilities. women's business staff or the wom-
The business staff of The Michigan en's service staff, the former involv- C
Gargoyle attempts to keep the edi- ing office work and the latter ser- ,r d to u i hn d e gr n
torial department from running the vicing and selling advertising to ac-~ A UUEnp uY (f
magazine into the red. This requires counts. The senior positions as wom-
g eat skill and energy, two facts en's business manager and women's
which make membership on the busi- service manager are salaried. Three different campus p
ness staff valuable experience for Men tryouts are prepared for tions offer activity for stude
pe ticipants. six appointive junior managershipst.j.o
awarded on a basis of merit and abil- terested i journalism or-all
Ioity. These and the senior manager- interesting extracurricular
Senior Wvomens Group ships of business manager, credit These three, located in the
Demands H igh Standard. manager, and advertising manager cations Building on Maynard
are salaried positions. are The Daily, Michiganensi
Senior Society, the honorary or- Gargoyle.
ganization for independent senior Alph Ga mma Si The Michigan Daily, "Pa
women, requires of its members aTy
high scholastic average and promin- Is For Ex-Girl Scouts er" for a great number of
en-e in campus activities. Meetings among college papers, is one
Sr. held alternating Thursdays and Alpha Gamma Sigma is a social most exacting and, at the
a plan for service to the campus is organization for former Girl Scouts, time valuable extra-curricula
outlined every year. "Tapping" is Campfire Girls, and Girl Reserves. vities on the campus. Dem
held at the conclusion of the League A social meeting is held every other much more time and energ
Installation Banquet in March. Monday night. other activities, The Daily

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Senior.Annual
Opens Staff
ForEligibles
The Michiganensian, the official
yearbook of the University, is pub-
lished by the senior class. The edi-
torial staff is comprised of a manag-
ing editor, a women's editor, an art
editor, photographers and several
junior editors. Cooperating with
these are the sophomore and fresh-
man tryouts.
The positions are chosen in the fol-
lowing manner: Any eligible sopho-
more or freshman may try out. Jun-
ior editors are appointed by the in-
coming editor on their ability and in-
terest displayed during the year. The
managing editor is chosen by a Board
in Control of Student Publications
from among the junior editors. He
in turn appoints the women's editor.
The art editor, Whose task is to
produce all of the art work and to ad-
vise the junior editors on layouts, is
also appointed by the editor.
There are two photographers up-
on whom falls the responsibility of
obtaining all of the pictures included
in the book. The subject of these pic-
tures is determined by the section
editors. Photographers may be sopho-
mores, juniors, or seniors.
All junior positions are paid as are
those of the art editor and photo-
graphers.
The business staff of the Michigan-
ensian, official yearbook of the Uni-
versity is composed of a senior busi-
ness manager, a senior women's man-
ager, five junior members plus soph-
omore and freshman tryouts. Any
eligible sophomore or second semester
freshman may try out. The Board
in Control of Student Publications
appoints a senior manager at the end
f the school year. He in turn, picks
from the sophomore staff, those who
will fill the junior positions in the
following -year.1

Michigan Daily
Women's Staff
Seeks Tryouts
Covers Campus Activities
Of Coeds; Staff Meets
Once Every Week
All eligible second semester fresh-
man women are eligible for tryout
positions on the women's staff of the
Daily, regardless of experience. Soph-
omores may also try out by coming
over to the Student Publications
Building at the specified time.
The writing of stories covering ac-
tivities of the League, foreign stu-
dent news, fashion, social advances
and covers and information on chap-
ter houses and the various organ-
izations on campus plus the writing
of headlines make up the work of
staff members.
Meetings are held once a week and
every member must come up to the
Daily every day to check up on as-
signments. Six hours per week is
the average time demanded of fresh-
men and sophomores; ten, for junior
night editors.
Daily Sports Staff

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Offers Three Publications
ublica- bers must work from 20 to 40 hours Control of Student Publications. All
nts in- Vweekly three along with several senior asso-
around: Freshmen may tryout the second ciate positions are salaried jobs.
work. semester if eligible. Their first sem- - -_--
Publi-!ester they read proof and work on'jTs a
Street, minor beats. As sophomores, proof S
An and reading and night desk work is Club Studies Problems
continued, but beats are more im-
portant and they are introduced in- The Transportation Club directs its
femak-to the intricacies of editing and activity toward providing a better
* years making-up the pages of The Daily. contact with current problems of
of the Near the end of the sophomore transportation. Meetings are held on
same year, about 10 are selected for pay- h en d thgWednesdays
ar acti- ing jobs as junior night editors. At
handing: the end of the junior year a manag- of each month of tre academic year
y than ing editor, editorial director and city and are announced in the Daily Of-
mem- editor are chosen by the Board in ficial Bulletin. Members are elected.

Works

The sports staff of the Daily is en-
tirely separate from the editorial de-
partment. Under the direction of
sports editor Don Wirtchafter, the
division works by itself in gathering
news to fill its one or occasionally
two pages.
Tryout sports writers come out at
the same time as other Daily neo-
phytes. No one is cut off except un-
der unusual circumstances until the
end of the sophomore year, when
sports night editors are chosen. They
receive salaries and from their num-
ber the new sports editor is selected
by the managing editor.

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