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Page 17 text:
The Syllabus Business Stall' handled all
finances for the publication of the yearbook.
',l'aslcs that fell Linder the heading of business
staff included advertising, promotion, and
This year john Plattner, business manager,
directed the staff. Claude Sowle was his
assistant. Dorothy Mayo and Marilyn Kral
Were, respectively, secretary and treasurer of
the Syllabus. Handling the job of advertising
for the book were Les Rogers and lflsther
Ramsey, advertising managers.
Promotion and publicity for the Syllabus
were the jobs of Promotion Manager Hd
Saunders, while Florence Kittridge was olflice
assistant and Don Milne was junior picture
A successful subscription campaign was
carried on under the direction of Bob lrotti,
and Pris Armstrong.
Some of the sheets of the 1948 Syllabus start to roll through the
presses at Rogers printing plant as a worker guides their progress.
Dorothy Mayo, secrelaryg Marilyn Kral, treasurer, and Claude
Sowle, assistant business manager record Syllabus subscriptions.
.lack Plattner gives out supplies to School lfditor Bob Beighley The Business Stafl' takes charge of the Year book's financial niattt-rs,
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Section editors of the Syllabus from left to right, lid Jones, Jan
Harper, lfilaine Morey, Toni Alien, Maxie Mclfunc, and Midge Foster
Lois Faulkner, Mal Shaw, and Marge Stover proof reading material
page layoutsg and Hal Hamilton was in
charge of the oHice staff. Over I00 students
worked in the oHice in various editorial
capacities during the period. of production.
The hook was divided into eight sections for
purposes of editorial delegation. Section edi-
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tors were lilaine Morey, organizationg Janet
Harper, sororityg lid jones, fraternityg jim
Simpson and Bob Beighley, schools, Marge
Stover, activitiesg Tom Allen, men's sportsg
Nlaxine Mcliune, vvomen's sportsg and Don
Editor VVolfe planned a chronological theme
for the book. The sections of the hook were not
grouped, but were placed according to the time
at which they became a part of University life.
ilne,jr. icturt Appointment hditor antlArt clitors I1 osch and Lraulmcl. Chick Culhane and Beryl Clements, layout and assistant editors
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Above: Marian Korb, editor, and Hill Jefferson, business manager.
Below: 'l':1Ffy flocttich and Carollcc Kane of the Circulation Staff.
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Art Editorfilcnn Church helps Bob Flwcll read poetry for his section.
Pegasus started its third year of publication
at NU with a complete reorganization of its
editorial stafi and with oflicial recognition by
the 'Board of Publications as a University
publication. Incorporation into the Student
Publishing Company resulted from the Board
Marian Korb, editor-in-chief, broadened
the scope of sub-ject material in the magazine
and chose for it a new typographical format in
an effort to mesh its personality with that of
the composite student body. instrumental in
the face-lifting were two editorial higher-ups,
Nan Robertson, production editorg and Glenn
Church, art editor.
The magazine, which is circulated once a
quarter, was illustrated by Des Stroubleiand
Peg Mertz. The magazine was printed by the
Des Plaines Publishing company.
All fiction and poetry which appears in
Pegasus is written by NU students. Selection
for publication is made by an editorial board
whose members this year were Betty Harris,
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