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Page 157 text:
A SPONSOR Since the inauguration of the Sponsor Contest in 1932, every spring finds candidates from each of the social or- ganizations trying to outsell each other in an effort to gain the coveted title of Sponsor of the Yoncopin. This year competition was unusually keen as the Alpha Xis sought to win the cup for the third time and thus gain perpetual possession of it while the other sororities were eaually de- sirous of preventing this. Above: Contestants for Sponsorship of (he Yonco- pin this year were Helen Webb, Ethel Shropshire, Margaret Gillespie, and Ann Burnette of Zeta Tau Alpha; Marguerite Lockhart and her business managers Shirley Satlord and Wilda Bedingfield of Alpha Xi Delta and Olga Thibodeaux of Chi Omega Editor Grace Julian presents the loving cup to Sponsor Helen Webb while run- n e r - u p Mar- guerite Lockhart looks on.
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YONCOP SELECTS For two years the Alpha Xis have proudly displayed the Sponsor cup on their mantlepiece, but this year Fate and the determination of Helen Webb were against them. It was a close race between Cente- nary ' s Most Popular Girl and her Best Girl Athlete, but the latter finally won over her Alpha Xi rival. The contestants view the golden trophy and the New York trip ottered the lucky winner This year, as an added inducement to Sponsor Con- test participants, the Yoncopin offered a trip to the World ' s Fair in New York to the industrious contest- ant who sold the most ads, Kollege Kaper tickets, yearbooks and what not. With the prospect of a summer vacation in the World of Tomorrow before them, the Alpha Xis and Zetas worked extra hard on behalf of their candidates with the result that Miss Helen Webb, of Zeta Tau Alpha, won the round trip ticket for herself and the loving cup for her lodge.
Page 158 text:
CENTENARY ' S 1939
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