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HOMECOMING The Kappa Sigmas hold down a " Tech " bulldog and the end of the float section of the parade as it proceeds up Milam Street . . . Chi Omegas ever true to their Alma Mater, show the Gents as being victorious . . . Former athletic stars of Centenary are introduced to the Homecoming crowd . . . Profes- sor Shaw presents the Homecoming Queen and her maids of honor . . . Tom Crittenden and the bulldog of the Kappa Alpha float wait for the parade to start for town . . . Zetas and their hot dog machine demonstrate for the Centenary crowd while waiting for the starting whistle . . . Mrs. Campbell and Dr. Cline pause a moment to comment on one of the floats . . . Aufait and Gentry float show expected re- sults of our opponents . . . Four former cheerleaders could not resist the urge to be in front of the cheer- ing crowd.
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THE CONGLOM Staff Editor . . Russell Stewart Associate Editor, Ann Burnette Sports Editor, Charles Knight Woman ' s Ed. Eilleen Maynard Business Mgr., Gwin Morrison Representative . Gloria Brown Reporters Lucy Bettis Mabel Boddie Sudie Baker Emilie Anne Connell Ellen Eastham Barbara Harris Hazel Florence Kendrick Helen Shaw Henry Shuey Ann Thibodeaux M. M. Waldroup Azalie Webb Robe rt Webster Frank Word Hugh White The business managers and editor check up on copy. While summer days waned into Fall, the staff of the Conglomer- ate was busy planning the lay- outs for the 1940-1041 year on Centenary Campus. Editor Rus- sell Stewart was ably assisted by Associate Editor Frank Word, Business Manager S. E. Florsheim, Sports Editor Charles Knight, and Woman ' s Editor Eilleen Maynard. Then came the Draft; off to the army went Associate Word and Business Manager Rollo, up from the ranks came Reporter Ann Bur- nette and Assistant Gwin Mor- rison to fill these vacancies. Third loss to Uncle Sam was Hugh White, whose columns were among the favorites of the campus. Deadline nears as staff members rush Editor Stewart for final copy proof
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