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— Fred Or man, momentarily descend- ing to the job of paper boy, de- livers copies of the famous Student Union Edition to the proud stall. Editor Virginia Carlton and Edgar Friedenberg laugh at one of Frieden- berg ' s jokes as reporters Beatrice Carlton and Cleve Farnell look through the morgue. Conglomerate Editor Carlton and Business Manager Pearce pause to read the latest edition of their news sheet. THE STAFF Editor-in-Chief . . Virginia Carlton Business Manager . E. Waylan Pearce Associate Editors . Edgar Friedenberg, Beatrice Carlton Society Editor . . Virginia Doyle Circulation Manager . Russell Stewart Sports Editor Andy Berry REPORTERS Myrtle Lipscomb Ralph McKenzie Claire N. Gleason Jean Palmer Cleve Farnell Robert Crichlow Patty M. Donoghue Robert Russell Frances Farrar Marguerite Lockhart Marguerite Sutton Beverly Blood Ursula Crawford
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. ' Waylan Pearce and Andy Beny look with pleasure through the latest edition. The stati rushes to make the deadline on a special edition. The Centenary With the firm determination that this year should bring about something new in journalistic endeavor as far as the Conglomerate, Centenary ' s weekly newspaper, was concerned, Editor Virginia Carlton and her staff started the presses rolling a week before school in order to greet the student body on registration day with an eight page edition. With such a noble precedent to follow, the staff continued its good work, putting out other double size issues, such as the Homecoming and Graduation numbers, and one sensational extra, which almost scared the students out of their customary stupor with its banner headlines and big black type. For several days pos- ters bearing the Conglomerate mottos, " Grow or Go " and " The Next 113 Years? " flourished about the campus and the Student Union Building Campaign was on. After successfully starting this drive for progress, the paper next turned to the development of certain features which had long been neglected. The Sports sec- tion, for instance, came into its own, thriving under the influence of Andy Berry, who introduced a more personal note into the former cut and dried sports accounts. A special weekly interview from Coach Parker furnished interesting sidelights on the football team and its prospects. A student forum column was intro- duced and actually used by all those desirous of expressing their private opinion publicly, which resulted in many heated controversies through the medium of print. The dirt columns were perhaps the only thing to lose in popularity, as the new policy extracted most of the " dirt " from campus gossip and introduced in its stead more light satire, which was too far above the heads of most of the students to be fully appreciated. However, the efforts of the staff as a whole were greatly appreciated, and the Conglomerate continued to successfully fulfill its duties as the official news organ of the college and made even greater strides forward, spurred on by the keyword of the year — Progress.
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The " C " Club The " C " Club members and Coach Parker enjoy a period of rest and relaxation in the club room. OFFICERS President Al Beasley Vice-President Langford Huddleston Secretary-Treasurer W. H. Stone MEMBERS Nedd Looney J. H. Ouzts Curtis Warren Ted Olzack Jimmie Patterson Dub Partin Turney Vinson Hal Burgess Curtis Jones Joe Zimmerman Claude Smith Lewis Bradley Joe Steeples Jack May Ogbourne Rawlinson Langford Huddleston Alvin Birkelback John Lingo Al Beasley Sam Aills W. H. Stone Ed Whitehurst John Clark Willard Dean Weenie Bynum John Manson Walter C. Hohmann Bob Decker Pete Williams Bill Snyder The " C " Club was organized by a group of Centenary ' s early lettermen in football and as now constituted selects its members from lettermen in all major sports. Bound closer together by the common ownership of a beautiful club room in the new gymnasium, the " C " Club under the guiding hand of President Al Beasley made itself felt as a progressive campus organization this year. In spite of other activities, the annual initia- tion day which brought all of Centenarv ' s new 1937 anH 1938 lettermen in football and basketball into the club, was the high point of the season. On this day Jimmie Patterson, Weenie Bynum, John Lingo, Dub Partin, Curtis Jones, Ed Whitehurst, Ted Olzack, Joe Steeples, Jack May, Turney Vinson, Ogbourne Rawlinson, Alvin Birkle- back, and John Manson were on the receiving end of some well prepared horseplay. These boys have proved that they can take it, and there will be new lettermen next year to test the prowess of the initiated. More entertainment for its members was the chief objective of the club during the current year. Without try- ing to go " social, " several informal parties were given for the members. As a result of moonlight picnics, and other informal social occasions, several romances budded forth, and spring on the campus found the wearers of the " C " sharing the laurels of sport (their " C " sweaters) with some of our fair co-eds.
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