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THE YONCOPINS EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Gerard Banks Editor Ruth Spaulding Editorials NEWS STAFF Thomas W. Bridges Managing Editor Hazel Smith Ellen Moore Myrtle Petty Clara Tucker Garnet Raney Minnie Lebo Mildred Hogan Edrith Roney Tom Drummond DEPARTMENT EDITORS Gertrude Marks Society Mary Louise Hussey Columnist Harriet West Cartoonist Sam Khoury Sports King Smith Exchange George Robinson Sports BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Finance Abie Goldberg Business Manager ADVERTISING Howard Price Business Manager J. M. Bemiss Leonard Riggs Landon Yauger Frank Grant Circulation Reginald Pou Manager Darrell Overdyke EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD Arthur L. Tatum Chairman Ora Rice Leon Scales Emily Dean Odom Eugene Tilleux 128
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;the yoncopin THE CONGLOMERATE The Conglomerate began life anew this year. With increased interest on the part of both staff and students, it took its place high among college papers. In a college publication contest conducted by the University of Illinois, the Conglomerate received a distinguished rating. The success of the paper from the viewpoint of literary make-up was due to the untiring efforts of the editor, W. G. Banks; and the financial success of the pub- lication was made possible by the astute judgment of the business staff. The Conglomerate chose for its editorial policy the pub lication of important news not only in local circles but also in other colleges; the preservation of the best traditions of Centenary; the pruning away of dead timber; the emphasizing of cer- tain phases of school life more or less neglected in the past. The achievement of the Conglomerate is especially noteworthy in that the building up of a college paper is a task so great that few people outside the staff really appreciate the attendant difficulties. The Conglomerate was a real force for unifying and developing college spirit. First Row — Overdyke, Bridges, Yauger, Spaulding, Robinson, Tucker, Grant, Smith, Bemiss. Second Row — Marks, Hogan, Riggs, Rice, Drummond, Khoury, Raney, Moore. Third Row — Smith, Scales, West, Tatum, Petty. Pou. Tilleux, Roney, Price. Fourth Row — Lebo, Hussey, Odom. 129 «iiR§i%i
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