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A SATURDAY FEATURE The Staff Reed Calhoun M. Betty Gosnell Edilors-in-ChieJ Walter Hill Jess Hartley Managing Editors Betty Shaffer George Curlev Robert Kirk Olive Paulisick Associate Editors Jeanne Swartz Catherine Lentz Charlotte Stidham News Editors Beth Munro Janet Gustafson Copy Editors Esau Motovich Frank Alcamo Art Editor Ann Walthour Sports Editor Hazel George Features Editors Jack Hargraves Harry Grandinett Circulation Managers Lucy Palmerino Ford Shankle Exchange Editors William P. Johnson Mabel Shouse Student Consultant Typing Adviser Ruth Knowles Clinton M. File Editorial Adviser Financial Adviser Assistants Marv Ruth Glassford Gracella Shaull Jim Smith (Copy) Andy Paiii (Sports) Bill Johnson, ex-Penn editor, looks on as Walter Hill, Managing Editor, and Betty Gosnel!, Editor-in -Clue , discuss lay- out problems. A typical scene in the Penn office when the Thursday afternoon rush is on Ruth Knowles, Editorial Adviser, ap- proves Penn material as Charlotte Stid- ham, Jeanne Swartz, and Betty (iosnell produce more. THE 1941 OAK 143
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Ruth Knowles, Editorial .-Idviser, and second-semester Editor, M. Betty Gosnell Dr. File, Financial Adviser, and Reed Calhoun, Editor of first-semester Pcnn INDIANA PENN Financed by the Student Co-operative Asso- ciation, the hidhuia Penn is designed to express and reflect the opinions of the students of the College. In the second place, it serves as a rec- ord of the activities of the College. Currently it carries a kaleidoscopic picture of all the happen- ings during the week: the large and small, the ridiculous and the sublime, the commuter and the boarder, the non-fraternity and the frater- nity. The Penn conducts an active exchange system ■with teachers colleges, liberal arts col- leges, high schools, and universities in several states. For several years representati " es from the staff have gone to the Columbia .Scholastic Press Association ' s annual meeting in New York, re- turning with fresh ideas and enthusiasms. The staff ' of the Penn is selected from inter- ested students who volunteer their services be- cause they are interested in journalism. An effort is made to start promising freshmen so that they might rise to higher positions as they gain in experience and amount of service. The Editors-in-Chief selected by the Publi- cations Committee were Reed Calhoun, first semester, and M. Betty Gosnell, second sem- ester. A second semester innovation was the ap- pointment of a salaried assistant editor. Ruth Knowles was faculty adviser while Clinton M. File acted as financial adviser and Mabel Shouse as typing adviser. 14; PUBLICATIONS
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PUBLICATIONS Left to right: Jones; Emmert; Zink, Chairman; Knowles; Egleston; File; Schnell; Shouse; Kipp PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE MEMBERS Norah Zink Clinton P ' ile C. C. Jones Orval Kipp Wiiber Emmert LeRoy Schnell Mabel Shouse Helen F. Egleston Ruth Knowles The Publications Committee approves all printed material issued within the College, including the Penn Oak, Scroll, handbooks, bulletins, and departmental publications. Following the plan presented last year by the Com- mittee on Participation in College Organizations, the Publications Committee gave the selection of editors of the two major publications to committees comprised of faculty and students. The editor and assistant editor of the Pe}i}i are cho.sen by Ruth Knowles, editorial adviser; Clinton M. F ' ile, financial achiser; the president of Alpha Phi Gamma ; the president of the student bod - ; and the incumbent Pe)i)i editor. The editor and busi- ness manager of the Oak are selected by Mrs. Helen F. Egleston, editorial adviser: Clinton M. File, financial adviser; the president of the student body; and the in- cumbent earbook editor and business manager. 144
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