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Malcolm Clair Bauer Edit Profile

Newspaper editor

Malcolm Clair Bauer, American newspaper editor. Decorated Bronze Star medal, Legion of Merit with oak leaf cluster Order British Empire.

Background

Bauer, Malcolm Clair was born on March 19, 1914 in Enterprise, Oregon, United States. Son of John Jacob and Lucile (Corkins) Bauer.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Oregon, 1935. Nieman fellow, Harvard, 1951. Journalism fellow, Stanford University, 1968.

Career

News editor Eugene (Oregon) Register Guard, 1935-1936. News editor Pendleton East-Oregonian, 1936. With The Oregonian, Portland, since 1936, city editor, 1941-1951, associate editor, since 1951, book editor, since 1951, editor editorial page, 1977-1979.

Retired, 1979

Lecturer journalism Portland State College, since 1956.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Profile of Oregon, 1971. Oregon correspondent Christian Science Monitor: also London (England) Economist.

Membership

Oregon commissioner Education Commission States, 1966. Board directors Reed College. Chairman Oregon Mental Health Board, since 1972.

Trustee Mills College Served from 1st lieutenant to col Army of the United States, World World War World War II. Member American Society Newspaper Editors, Oregon History Society (past president), Phi Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Theta.

Connections

Married Roberta Moody, July 11, 1937. Children– Bette-B, Mary, Kent, Roberta Jean.

father:
John Jacob Bauer

mother:
Lucile (Corkins) Bauer

spouse:
Roberta Moody

child:
Bette-B Bauer

child:
Mary Bauer

child:
Kent Bauer

child:
Roberta Jean Bauer