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1 8 g 8 s Centenary sent its students into the Spanish- American War with almost the speed of the Gatlin rapid-fire gun, appearing then on battle- fields, for the first time, as another revolution- ary step in the never-ending tragedy of conflict between nations. Every class in the college provided volunteers when the call came from their country, more than a score rushing to arms within a few days of the start of the war. Records are vague, but men of Centenary are known to have served in Cuba and in the Philippines, and to have been in the embarkation camps of Florida when the war ended. Many were members of the famous old Louisiana militia. In it they brought honor to their country, their state and their college. Once again the blood of Centenary flowed for this nation and once again a record of loyalty, devotion and service to college and nation was written in red. Feet which had nimbly trod the green campus climbed the somber stairs of hero- ism and death to join the men of 1846 and 1860, their eyes turned expectantly toward the curtain yet to be drawn back from 1917 and 1942.
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The Staff Editor-in-Chief Gilbert Hetherwick Business Manager Foster Philyaw Associate Editor Ann Burnette Feature Editor Barbara Harris Sports Editor Burl Sullivan Society Editor Mabel Boddie Circulation Manager Azalie Webb Reporters Luther Hardin, Arthur ShUEY, J. L. SOLOMAN, JACK Keenan, Mary Foster Pey- ton, JAKE CULLICK, ELLEN East ii am, Margaret Owens, Patricia Harper, Nan Dobson, Ethel Kra- mer. Gilbert Hetherwick, this year ' s editor, confers with Joe Stephens, editor-elect, and Foster Philyaw, this year ' s business manager. F % «v--f THE CONGLOMERATE The Conglomerate of this year tried to present the news of the campus from week to week in an impartial manner, always providing the students with the type of paper they wanted. There were eight page editions of the paper on the opening of school and on Homecoming Day. Midway of the second term, the curtailment of the inter-collegiate athletic program of the college and the general situation of the country with the many shortages caused the publications department to decide upon a five column Conglomerate instead of the traditional six column edition. The new style paper enjoyed the same popularity with the students as the old one did. One of the activities of the Conglomerate this year was the plaque that it donated as a prize to the winner of the Student Senate flag design contest. The Forecast column continued to occupy its place on the front page, always attempting to encourage any activity which might help the progress of the school. Also were the old favorites, the gossip columns, Con- glomeration, Ladies and Gentlemen, and several others. Another new feature of this year was the appointment of the next year ' s editor, Joe Stephens, before the end of school, thus enabling him to have the aid and advice of the retiring editor when he first assumed the re- sponsibilities of putting out a paper a week. Mary Foster Peyton and Ellen Eastham check up the files. Burl Sullivan and Ann Burnette prepare cop y.
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