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The Yoncopin, 1933 y y Top: Casp ' eri, Lau, Edgar, Carlton, Parker. Center: Moss, Bailey, Lau, Molt. Bottom: Tearwood, Smith, Blanchard. THE CONGLOMERATE Taking a progressive step forward in campus leadership, the Conglomerate, student weekly publication, during the past year set an intellectual and inspirational pace for the students to follow. Departing from the ultra-conservatism practiced by Centenary editors heretofore, the editors of the 1933 Conglomerate took the lead in suggesting campus improvements, in criticising when criticism was due, in urging co-operation among student groups, and in creating interest in the common cause of student progression at Centenary. Many worthwhile features were sponsored by the Conglomerate, the most important ones being the annual popularity contest, the election of " Sweetheart of the Football Team, " the organization of the Student Senate, and the college tennis tournament. Each edition of the paper showed careful editing and made its appearance on the campus at the appointed time. Conglomerate Staff Miriam Smith Edito Donald Rhea Business Manager Maxine Lau Advertising Manager Edith Bailey Associate Editor Bob Lau Issociate Editor Fred Edgar Sport Editor Will Eubanks Feature Editor Jacques Caspari Feature Editor Rosalie Bruno Exchange Ann Ida Buckanan Society Dorothy Moss Society Marjorie Molt Society Carolyn Yearwood Circulation Ruin Carlton Reporter Mary Blanchard ....... Reporter Laura Belle Parker Reporter Willard Smith Reporter • PAGE 15 1 •
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The Yoncopin, 1933 s s s Top: Bailey, Caspari, Hawthorne, Smith, Hope Center: Wemple, Edgar. Bottom: Grabill, Howard, Cooper, Hodges, Heim. THE 1933 YONCOPIN The 1933 Yoncopin is the fruit of the labors of a few faithful members of the staff. Realizing our shortcomings in journalistic ability, we have attempted to in- corporate in it the spirit of Centenary so that you would again be rejuvenated by it in later years. What this year ' s Yoncopin might have been only our dreams can tell. What it is is for your judgment. The aim of the staff has been to keep the standard of th? Yoncopin up to the high level set by the 1932 book, which was awarded ail-American mention by the National Scholastic Press Association. The Staff Ben Roshton Algie Brown . Mary Wemple Associate Editor Jacques Casperi Art Editor Bill Grabili Photographer Thomas Cooper ....... Club Editor Miriam Smith Staff Writer Edith Bailey Staff Writer Donald Rhea . . Editor Business Manager Dickey Hawthorne . . . Associate Editor Connie Heim • . Sports Editor Fred Edgar Assistant Margaret Hope Feature Editor Shirley Howard . Assistant Virginia Hodges Assistant . A dverti.inc Manager • PAGE 150 • V
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The Yoncopin, 1933 PUBLICATIONS MANAGEMENT The publications at Centenary are managed by the students; the editors and the business managers are appointed by the faculty advisers upon recom- mendation of the Publication Board, which is com- posed of the retiring editors and business managers of the two publications. Robert S. See s Due to very capable management during the past years the publications at Centenary have been able to carry on as usual in spite of the great economic depression, whereas many institutions have been forced to discontinue or make drastic reductions of their publications. Making this possible has not been an easy task, and the hours have been long and often it appeared that there would not be a book or paper at all. However, that stage is passed, and the staff is already beginning to cherish that moment when we shall wash our mental hands of the whole business for 1933. V Roshton, Rhea, Smith, Brown • PAGE 152 • V
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