The Conglomerate The first student newspaper published by the students of Centenary College was a monthly publication called " The Maroon and White, " which appeared about 1890. The Maroon and White later became a weekly publica- tion and was published until 1923, when the name was changed to The Conglomerate. Under the capable leadership and guidance of Professors Dolph Frantz and Robert See, The Conglomerate has en- joyed a very successful year. Many new features were in- troduced and several special issues published, including the " A. and M. " issue which was distributed to more than one thousand Aggie Cadets, and the " Louisiana Academy of Sci- ence " issue, copies of which were sent to all parts of the state. The Conglomerate Staff Algie D. Brown Editor-in-Chief T. M. Rowe Issociate Editor Donalo Rhea ..... Business Manager Nema Puch Issue Editor Charles Williams Claude Craighead Sports Jacques Caspari Sports Dorothy Moss Society Anna Ida Buchanan Society Circulation Manager Lucile Althar Fred Edgar Sydney Fox Mary Emily Barrett Reportorial Staff Faye Ellington G. S. SlUDY Edith Bailey Fredalie Clark Miriam Smith Vera Mae Covven James Bains Marjorie Molt Kay D. Drew 126
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The debate teams coached by Professors Shaw, Davidson, Morehead, Campbell, and Cline had a very successful sea- son, winning a majority of their contests. Debates were scheduled with Louisiana State Normal, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Baptist University, Mill- saps College, Hendrix College, Texas A. and M. College, College of the Ozarks, and Southwestern Louisiana Institute. Professor A. M. Shaw, Faculty Adviser Professor A. M. Shaw Members Dudley Loop Grady Reed C. H. Thurmond Helenita Bolster Earl Wilson Roy Bennett Elwyn Chaney Anece Reeves 128
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