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Page 139 text:
1932-1933 Hannah, Mills crease under Mac Beoll and Sandy Stewart, trance into Major College Publications, a Morning delivery, a job in itself, covering group of the large Coast university dailies, organized houses, and campus buildings, all with a banquet at the Gypsy Tavern at before 7:30, was handled by Keith Steele, which Mr. Arthur J. Neitz, Seattle repre- The burden of compiling the results of a sentotive, was guest of honor, campus-wide survey of brand preferences It might be interesting to note that The and buying power of University students fell University Daily was read regularly in such upon Eloise Mills and her office staff, in od- widely scattered points as Kiating, Szech- dition to the regular work of compiling doily uan Province, West China, Toronto and ond monthly reports, and other compora- Montreal in Canada and other foreign five statistics. countries as well as in most of the larger In the Fall the doily celebrated its en- colleges in the United States. Business Staff Assistant Business Managers — Oluf Bye, Joe Rut- kowski Promotion Managers — Jim Larpenteui; Tom Wil- liams National Advei ' tising Manager — Joe Blake Ciixulation Manager — Leonard Johnson Advertising Salesmen — Greg Fields, Roy Miller, Sandy Stewart, Wheeler Coy, Mac Beoll Circulation — Chuck Newton, Keith Steele, Mar- garet Coates, Kathleen Ellson, Goss McClecry, Dick Mcintosh, Perry Taft Office Manager — Eloise Mills Office Assistants — Ruth McFarland, Dorothy Suth- erland, Fronces Boyer, Winna Hemingway, Ruth Nordstrom, Marjorie Savidge, Millicent Don- caster, Dorothy Mills, Virginia Kirby The ; Staff -D3a-
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THE DAILY Tempes, Mansfield 4 LYTTLETON TEMPES, upholding a con- servative paper, and Harold Mansfield, featuring a " bold banner " paper, inter- preted campus activities in two distinctly different ways. Tempes furthered student interest in national politics by conducting campus polls and enlivened the editorial page by linoleum cartoons on news and feature stories. With o definite editorial stand, Mansfield took over The Daily winter quarter. hHe spon- sored a three-fold successful program by backing the Athletic Director plan; advo- cating lowei " fees and putting through on immediate $5 student fee reduction; and campaigning editoriolly and concentratedly for a foir budgeting of University expenses. The general policy under Mansfield, which gave stimulus to interest in scientific and educational progroms, was backed by a newly instituted editorial board. A change The Editonol Stoff in make-up put the editorial page on page four, society on page two, and sports on page three. Due to a cut in the A. S. U. W. budget, the Monday issue was abolished during the middle of winter quarter, making The Doily a four-dov paper. 4 ADVERTISING, advertising, and more advertising. The business staff stepped lively during fall quarter ond monoged to beat the red with a neat profit. Under Bill Hannah ' s efficient manage- ment, the staff functioned copobly and har- moniously. Oluf Bye and Joe Rutkowski were the outstanding salesmen and were actively contacting various accounts every day. Joe Bloke handled notionol advertising and Leonard Johnson was in charge of circula- tion. The student service section, developed by Milton Porter in the Fall, continued to In- -0 02-
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DAILY STAFF OCTOBER, 1932 -FEBRUARY, 1933 Editor Ly+tleton Tempes Business Manager William Hannah Editorial Staff Associate Editor — Hubert Blonk Assistant Editors — Eileen Gormley, Edith Sinclair Managing Editor — Harold Mansfield Assistant Managing Editor — Bob Trumbull Night Editor— Dick Williams News Editors — Rud Lawrence, Bill Ryer Assistant News Editor — Gene Nicolai Copy Editor — Hugh Scott Assistant Copy Editors — Wilfred Greenham, Rod Stewart Sports Editor — Dick McCurdy Assistant Sports Editor — Gordon Quornsform, Bill Dickie Feature Editoi ' — Helen Pringle Society Editor — Florence Davis Morgue Editor — Helen Foster Special Writers — By Fish, Emerson Daggett, Helen Paul Grigware, Stuart Welch. Marjorie Williams Reviewer — Morcella Laubenheim Assistant Reviewer — Frances Farmer Reporters — Fred Wyatt, Joe Connor, Jessie Brie- land, Daniel Frishman, Nicholas Mitchell, Frances Pike, Carlo Cook, Madge Newton, Melvin Gold- smith, Mary Kosher, Carolyn Coffman, Frankie Phelps, Helen Johnson, Tom Griffith, Dorothy Craig, David Dale, Bob Lonsdon, Bill Wilmot, Seth Richards, Dan Hill Sport Reporters — Bill Dickie, Gordon Quornstorm, Jack Keene, Ray Malone, Mike Bird, Sam Kleg- man, Maryolive Corbaley, Angus Hay, Chuck Stewart, Hal Giles, Bob Stewart Society Reporters — Betty Hartnett, Alice Murray, Nellie Headrick, Sigrid Hedin, Annabelle Lee Staff Assistants — Helen Rogers, LaVon Wotkins, Grace Knowles, Carl McCandless, Merritt Tan- berg Copy Readers — Doris Tullock, Ernie Anderson, Rebecca Ashley, Madge Downey, Paul Michelson, Sybil Levy, Maxi ne Martin, Pat Strickler, Ruth Dyar, Virginia Petit, Harold Giles, Evelyn Opie, Mary Simpkins, Virginia Morgan, Arnold Marks, Catherine Norman, Hartford Smith, Kay Moun- ter, Doris Peach, Carl Brazier, Bill Ashton, Bob Lytel, Grace Scotness Staff Artists — Bill Pickens, Sam Wandesford Office Secretary — Dorothy Ring rose Morgue Staff — Fredina Fullerton, Jean Hodgson, Janet McArthur, Pot MacAuley, Helen Walker Bye, Davis. Gormley, McCurdy. Rutkowski ; ■ •::;,!■• i i Xi -i:i32
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