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Ball, Turner, Schram, Hearn. Editor . Associate Editor Assistant Editor Picture Editor . Copy Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Harriet Lieber Katherine Turner Dixie Lee Ball Harriet Schram Gene Hearn For weeks the students of this fair campus have breathlessly (we trust) awaited the publication of this — the yearbook. Needless to say, with a sigh of relief and a smile of satisfac- tion we, the staff, wash our hands oi copy paper, printers ' ink, priorities and shortages. The office in the Stu- dent Union Building has seen many hours of work, despite criticism, rain, sunshine, and a seeming lack of in- telligence at times. Never before has such a staff produced such a book (take that as you choose). All kidding aside, the staff had fun editing the book; we hope that you get an enor- mous amount of pleasure from the results of our labor. Staff: limmy Hill Cline, Emilie Ann Connell, Norma Stewart, Pat Meece, Virginia Henderson, Glen Graves, Virginia Mitcham, Missy Gillespie, Frances Moore, Janice Butler, Dan- nie Duerson. Stewart, Mitcham, Connell, Meece, Gillespie, Graves, Henderson. On the floor, Moore. THE YONCOPIN BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager . Harrell Larry Advertising Manager . Jack Graham Auditor . . . Margaret Phillips The two stall heads check over materials.
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THE CONGLOMERATE First Semester Staff Editor Roland Achee Associate Editors Barbara Fitzgerald Madeleine Pilgreen Sports Editors James Lee West, Jr. Horace Alvord Society Editor Jeanne Maynard Circulation Manager Betty Blaxton Business Manager Carolyn Clay Maynard, West, Eatman, and Blaxton look over copy and Conglomerate proofs. Twice each month the Centenary students drop everything to read the Conglomerate, the college newspaper. Roland Achee, who had served the paper as editor one semester of last year, continued in this capacity until mid-semester of this year when he received his degree and entered navy midshipman school at Notre Dame. Madeleine Pilgreen, who has had considerable experience with the Shreveport Times, replaced Achee as editor. Features of each edition of the paper are " Collegiate Clothesline, " a clever fashion column written by the fashion editor, Marilyn Miller; " Intramural Musings, " Dick McGuirt ' s sports column; letters from John Koppo- polas, a mysterious character who works in his office on the sixth floor of the Arts Building and has thus far been able to keep his identity a secret; and various columns such as " Conglomeration, " " Dig, Dig, Dig, " and " Here and There, " which keep the student body posted on all the latest happenings. Second Semester Staff Editor Madeleine Pilgreen Associate Editors Horace Alvord James Lee West, Jr. Jack Graham Marshall Kesling Managing Editor Mary Katherine Johnson Feature Editor Joan Gibbons Society Editor Mary Earle Texada Circulation Manager Betty Blaxton Business Manager Carolyn Clay Roland Achee explains the intricacies of the Conglom- erate to his successor, Madeleine Pilgreen, as Carolyn Clay, business manager, looks on.
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untramuraL (council £E I is - ..- madf V " ■ ' ■ " T- ii .. ..;.--•• :• ' ■ - . ■ Rigby, Muslow, Coach Schaal, Alvord, Blaxton, Russ, Webb, Viosca, Gillespie, Babin, Mrs. Davidson, Bane . . . Hudson, Rollins, Robertson. INTRAMU The Intramural Council was formed last year to supervise an Intramural Program for the Centenary students, as all competitive sports were discontinued for the duration. The council consists of two boys and two girls from each class and one representative from each of the sororities and fraternities on the campus. Coach Schaal and Mrs. Davidson are the sponsors; however the actual supervision of the program was placed entirely in the hands of the students. Each class competes, as well as the individual students. Last year the first place winner was the sopho- more class, with a total of 389 points. Seniors came in second with a score of 335 points; juniors had 311 points and the frosh claimed 297 points. Suitable awards were given for individual competition also. The Intramural Program helps contribute to Centenary ' s aim of creating of every student a well-rounded individual ready to take his place in life by giving every student the chance to practice good sportsmanship and fairness in every game. Pictured on these two pages are some of the sports offered the men and women of Centenary through the Intramural Program. Horseback riding is offered under the direction of Mrs. Davidson and has proved quite popular, especially with the girls. Archery is perhaps the most graceful of all sports, though it too leaves
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