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CONVENTION OF EDITORS. '
College Editors Meet in St. Louis
The first national convention of col
lege editors was held In tho Hall of
Congresses, of the Louisiana Purchase
Exposition on July 22, 1904. Tho meet
ing of the editors was presided over
by Dan McFnrland, of the M. S U.
Independent, with J. A. Porter, of "The
Wabash" ac ting as secretary. About
eighty editors were present and at
tended the uusiness sessions during
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journalism were discussed.
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business session were 'The Position of
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H. G. Fisher of Drake University; "The
Dailv Paper in College Journalism."
by H. M. Pratt, of Iowa University:
"The Exchange Column," by L. R.
Whipple of Missouri University; "The
Pulitzer School of Journalism," by the
editor of the Columbia . University
Spectator Plans for a permanent
organiz.Htlon of college editors were
discussed by a committee composed
of S M. Frank of the Independent, J.
H. Palmer and W. II. Tucker An
informal organization was formed with
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