Murray State University - Shield Yearbook (Murray, KY)

 - Class of 1985

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fhviaaykbied F Published Professionals Studentss Choice Honored With Distinguished Alumni Awards Two men whose professional careers have followed paths to national prominence in the pub- lishing industry received Distin- guished Alumnus awards. They were Robert G. Burton, president of the ABC Publish- ing Division of American Broad- casting Companies lnc., and John Mack Carter, editor-in- chief of Good Housekeeping magazine and director of maga- zine development for Hearst MSU alumnnus, Robert Burton, pre- sents President Reagan with a special copy of a Reagan biography produced by ABC Publishing Company. Magazines. Burton grew up in West Frankfort, Ill., where he was an All-State football player at Frankfort Community High School. His talents on the foot- ball field continued at Murray State. He lettered four years, was named to the Ohio Valley All-Conference First Team and was elected team captain his MICHELLE HINTON, Dexter, Mo. BONNIE HUTCHENS. Murray GINA INSCO, Auburn LISA JACKSON. Paducah PAULA LAY. Marion CAROLINE JETTON. Mayfield ANGELA L. JOHNSON, Mayfield KURT JOHNSON. Benton DANA G. JONES, Smithland DAVID JONES. Hopkinsville DEAN JONES. Water Valley JILL ANN JONES. Grand Rivers 46 Album senior year, 1962. After graduating with a bach- elor's in business administra- tion, Burton was drafted by the National Football League. He played for the San Francisco 49 'ers and for the Buffalo Bills. Burton left professional foot- ball to attend Tennessee Tech- nological University, Cookville, Tenn., where he earned his master's. He was then hired by Science Research Association, publishing subsidiary of IBM, in 1966 as a salesman, and follow- ing a series of promotions, be- came the director of national marketing and sales. He joined CBS Publishing Co. in 1976 and was vice president of operations when he moved to ABC Publishing Division in 1980. He was named president of ABC in October, 1981 and resided in Stamford, Conn. Carter was a native of Mur- ray and maintained ties to the community. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W.Z. Carter, he once worked as a reporter for the Murray Ledger and Times. He attended Murray State from 1945 through 1947 and was sports editor of the College News, the campus newspaper, in 1945. He earned both bache- lor's and master's degrees in journalism from the University X.. M of Missouri. An honorary doctor of letters degree was conferred on Carter by Murray State in 1971. He was inducted into the Ken- tucky Journalism Hall of Fame in 1983. In addition to Good House- keeping, Carter has been editor of two other influential wom- en's magazines - Ladies' Home Journal and McCall's. His development work was responsible for several success- ful Good Housekeeping spin-off publications. Notable among them was Country Living, which grew out of Carter's rec- ognition of the wide-spread in- terest in country-style home decorations. Carter appeared as the host of "A Better Way," a half-hour cable television program. He re- sided in Bronxville, N.Y. Dr. Robert H. McGaughey Ill, who was chairman of the department of journalism and radio-television at Mur- ray State University, was the 1984 recipient of the Max G. Carman Outstanding Teacher Award. ' His selection for the Stu- dent Government Associ- ation award was announced at the annual Honors Day Program on the campus. The award was named in honor of Dr. Max G. Car- man, who served 46 years as chairman and professor of mathematics before his reitrement in 1974. McGaughey, who joined the faculty at Murray State in 1969, was departmental chairman since 1974. He was co-adviser to both The Shield, the campus year- book, and The Murray State News, the campus newspa- per. Formerly of Hopkinsville, McGaughey earned bache- lor's and master's degrees at Murray State. He was select- ed to receive the E.G. Schmidt Award for the Out- standing Journalism Stu- dent as an undergraduate in 1965. He earned his doctor- ate at Ohio University, Ath- ens, Ohio. x k -:SSX 'l' 1 A 1 4 H-V 1 ,. V7 . ' Ss J ff N, X N rt. 5 i ti .st f i fi. had -..........Jnl

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