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Editors Bob Monk and Herschel McClure. THE CONGLOMERATE A team of hard-working reporters, feature writers, columnists, proof-readers and copy readers strive each week to keep the students informed as to the activities and functions on the campus. Each member of the staff is here pictured playing his role in the publication of the Conglomerate. Editors Monk and McClure, with the aid of their staff, have endeavored to give the stu- dent body each week an interesting and in- formative newspaper. Business Manager Perry Hollembeak and Circulation Manager Ann Lloyd. Carolyn West, Joye Holley. and B. F. Nichols. Seventy-two
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STAFF 1952 Pictured on these pages are the students who have made this annual possible. Into it has gone their ideas, their time, and their energy, with the hope that the 1952 YONCOPIN will mean a great deal to the students both now and in alumni years. At right: Jean Yauger, Mary Bozeman, Loralee Craft, Gail Haywood and Marjorie Eubank. Diligent editor Joye Holley, business manager Tommy Baumgardner, and the stall have endeavored to produce an annual which students will long treasure as a key to memories of col- lege days. From the time school starts in Septem- ber until it closes in the spring hours and hours are spent each day by the editor and staff. At right: Bob Monk, Chuck Perkins, Tony Bridge and as- sociate editor, Paul Rogers. The job calls for a tremendous expendi- ture of time and patience, sleepless nights, and endless busy days. Every expenditure, however, is more than re- paid by the satisfaction of seeing the finished product. At right: Barbara Hood, Mitzi Lowe, Sue Weaver, Mary Holt and Delorce Threlkeld. Not pic- tured are Jane Young, Ava Jane Mar- tin, Marjorie Person and Shirley Gas- sen. Seventx-one
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STAFF 1952 This was the year for changes in the life of the student newspaper. First it changed editors shortly after the beginning of the semester. Co-editors Monk and McClure took over their jobs with a small staff, a cheerful smile and a bottle of aspirin tab- lets. Right: Bill Mcjunkins, Joel Meri- wether and Bill Baker. A little later in the year the Conglomerate got a face lifting. Its page size was de- creased while the number of pages was increased to six. Good sports coverage was assured the Gents and Intramural teams ■ in the student paper by Jerry Bloomer, Chuck Perkins and Connie Mack Rea. The Confederate issue created quite a stir while the March of Dimes and Blood Drive were aided by publicity in the Conglomerate. Cartoons and faculty snaps were created by the pens of Ronald Rice and Jean Yauger. Seventy-three
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