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Egstad, Herman M. (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumni magazine
Volume 31, Number 5 (Feb. 1930)

Journalism grads plan reunion,   p. 192


Page 192


-A general reunion committee for
the celebration next June soon will
be organized, and it is planned to
appoint district chairmen at stra-
tegic points invarious sections of the
country. A Madison or home com-
mittee will be in charge of the
ground plans, and it is expected that
hundreds of graduates and former
students will return for the big
celebration.
  As- soon as the needed financial
support begins to come in a "Wis-
consin Scribe" will- be issued. It
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ized with Dr. Bleyer as its director.
Dr. Bleyer has worked tirelessly and
unselfishly for twenty-five' long
years to make journalism at Wiscon-
sin what it is today. He has over-
come many huge obstacles and is
now recognized everywhere as an au-
thority in his field. A splendid and
beautiful tribute was paid to him
this year in the forward note to his
recently published "Reading With
A Purpose" 'booklet issued by the
  Members of the first class in
journalism were: W. J. Bollenbeck,
M. F.. Bruce, J. Brown, M. J.
Cashel, E. Pearl Clough, J. H. Coe,-
Alva H. Cook, W. L. Distelhorst,
Flora Gapen, William Goldschmidt,
W. F. Hannan, A. Hoffman, Carl
Hookstadt, C. B. Joeckel, John V.
Mulaney, Barbara Munson, Ida
McIntosh, Harry T. Parker, W. L.
Patterson, DeWitt C. Poole, N. W.
        (Continued on page 207)
THE FIRST JOURNALISM LABORATORY


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