Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 06, 1980, Page 2, Image 2

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Publisher to give Ruhl lecture
Reg Murphy, publisher and
editor of The San Francisco Ex
aminer since 1975, will deliver
the Ruhl Lecture for the Univer
sity School of Journalism's fifth
annual Ruhl Symposium
Murphy will speak at 7:30 p.m.
May 12 in the Dad’s Rom of the
Erb Memorial Union. His topic is
"Those Impertinent Editors: Do
They Set the National Agenda?"
The public is welcome to attend
without charge.
Murphy, who attended
Mercer University and began his
newspaper career in Macon,
Ga., was the political editor and
then editor of the Atlanta Con
stitution during the 1960s and
early 1970s. He co-authored a
book, "The Southern Strategy,”
and has lectured on more than
200 college campuses. He was
Nieman Fellow at Harvard
University.
Although Murphy s criticisms
of Pres. Jimmy Carter have been
widely quoted and distributed,
Murphy is probably best known
for the time when he was kid
napped in 1974. He was held
captive for 50 hours until a
$700,000 ransom was paid by
The Atlanta Constitution for his
release.
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information
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