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The Centric Co-editor Co-editor Susan Michalak Richard Hayward News! News! News! This is the word most used by the students of the second and third period journalism classes, who publish the bi-weekly newspaper called the Centric. News from every corner of the school can be found in each issue. The classes are divided into first, second, Second period proof reading galleys for their issue. Page 122
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Co-editor 1963 As copy turned into type, and type, plus cuts, became pages for the yearbook, the editorial staff was kept busy proof reading the galleys as they arrived from the printer. In the meantime the business staff planned the subscription drive for the student body, checked paid and unpaid ads, and set up the patron, senior register and ad sections of the book. Finally a date was set for distribution so that the entire school could enjoy the year¬ book of this Wonderful Year 1963. John Csomos 1. Underclass and senior editors, S. Rozek, K. Henisse, M. Delp, D. Hudick, A. Werner, M. Boza, S. Harris, D. Brancheau, D. Kreiger, K. Caroots. 2. Associate editors, B. Glowski, J. McDonald, G. Baksa, M. Smieszny, P. Morgan. Page 121
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Third period journalism trying to impress the cameraman with their studious preparation of their issue of the Centric. third and fourth page editors, staff writers, business staffs, proof readers and typists. The students are taught the fundamentals of journalism and they study the professional ethics of a journalist. The classes alternate in editing the fourteen issues of the paper. At the Senior Breakfast gold and silver monograms are given to those who have done outstanding work. Every year the junior class is given a chance to become editors of the Centric by publishing the Easter edition. Page 123
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