The New York Times (New York, New York) 29 September 1907 Page 44
TALKS ON JOURNALISM. Newspaper Men to Tell Y. M. C. A. Class of Their Work. The Bedford branch of th T. M. C. A. of Brooklyn will establish a class In Journalism Journalism thia Winter. The first lecture will be given on Oct. 14, and every Monday night after, that newspaper men of New Tork will talk on different phases of the work. " The lectures, ao the announcement reads, will be Interspersed with practical work. The course will start with "What Makes a Newspaper Man? by John A. Henne&ey, managing editor of the Preaa. The following men will lecture on Monday nighta ill the order given: v Herbert L. Brlderman. business manager of The Brooklyn Standard-Union; Standard-Union; Standard-Union; Gilbert Evans, assistant managing editor Brook lyn isagie; is', jsorbort Kantor, managing editor of The Staats-Zeltung; Staats-Zeltung; Staats-Zeltung; Julius Chambers. Journalist and author: J. E. Hardenburgh, manager City News Asso ciation; Artnur tirisDane, evening Journal: Journal: Henry L, Stoddard, editor Evening 1tf.il. XXA..I11a C CnA Mnnnn. iui, .uc a.v frf. oiwuv. j- j- The Associated Press; Charles W. M ea.de, J John Harmon, city editor Brooklyn Citi- Citi- xen; Robert E. MacAlarney, city editor Evening Post; Charles P. Sawyer, sport ing eaiior evening irost; Alexander mack, Sunday editor World: Cromwell Chllde. society writer; Walter Russell, newspaper artist; Charles Hart, mechanical auperln-tendent auperln-tendent auperln-tendent Engle; Richard S. Lord, circulation circulation manager Sun; Don Belts, business manager World; Harry Sherman Adams, managing editor Brooklyn Life, and Robert Robert Mackay, associate editor Success. Members of the clasa will pay a fee of jiu. reporters will oe admitted free.