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T EWS Semvice To keep Washingion consianilv before the eye of the news-reading public throughout the country, is the aim and function of the A. S. U. W. News Service. Only a few years old. it has so developed the scope of its work that it now re- quires the attention of sixteen students, and has taken a prominent place among the student man- ager activities. The service answers requests of newspapers and colleges from all parts of the United States for pic- tures or any information regarding any Washing- ton activity. Previous to important athletic con- tests, team personnels, schedules, special stories, and pictures of the Husky players participating at the time, are sent out to the papers and schools inter- ested. A large mailing list is maintained to which sport stories of from two to four hundred words in length are sent weekly. Approximately 1 5,000 of these articles were mailed during the year. The rewrite department keeps " home town " papers in- formed as to the campus activities and achievements of students from their districts. This branch of the service has sent out over one thousand shorts this year. Randall Williams directed the News Service dur- ing the winter and spring quarters, having taken over the position left vacant by Wilbur McGuire when he left school at the end of the first term. The sports writers were Clifford Moe, Tom Stokes. Bamford Robb. and Omer Kent. Lorna Slipper, at the head of the rewrite department, was assisted by Jessie Henderson. Flavia Bracken, and Frances Rice. The office staff consisted of Robert Ketner. Robert Crawford. Charles Bracken. Seymour Blair, Marion Baker. Margaret Goodpasture, and Doro- thea Pratt. .Vcit ' s Service Staff 
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Pmo mam Pubucatioi ' " i ♦ Blclhen. RvilU ' U, CutmonI STAFF Editor — Clarance Blethen Associate Editors — Raymond Krantz. John E. ReiUey Business Manager — R P. Guimont 
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