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kah off to . . . . . . J. DOUGLAS PERRY, director of the Department of Journalism, to whom this 28th volume of the Templar is dedicated. His sincerity, congeniality, and friendliness command for him the respect and admiration of the hundreds of students who have bene- fited from his instruction and guidance. His experimentation with the " Philadelphia Inquirer ' s " facsimile organization stands as a tribute to the University ' s willingness to aid the progress of our civilization. Through his diligence as faculty advisor for four years, the undergraduate publications system was revised successfully. For two years Mr. Perry directed the University Press Tournament and has done special assignments for administrative officials. Mr. Perry was the first editor of the Faculty Record, former editor of the Alumni Newsletter, and is now advisor to the University ' s chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, national professional journalism fraternity. With the aid of his mythical Bootjack Bugle and its imaginary editor, Ed Spivis, Mr. Perry has instilled high journalistic ideals in his students. When, as graduates, they carry these principles over into their work, it will be a tribute to both Mr. Perry and the University.
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e ewi editor Henrietta foilmer 1950 manaaer Stanley levin executive editor esther schultz arti t robert royce published ou the Senior class of temple universitu Philadelphia, pennsulvania
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