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Bob Ward, assistant news editor . . . his friends call
Vernon Peterson . . . from ace reporter to news editor
. . .all in his sophomore year.
Ladies of the Press paused between covering their
beats . . . claiming their place in the sun are: Alice
Winger, Charlotte McLaughlin, Janet Upcraft, Lucy
Wendrow, Winny Kerrg on the step above:
Eleanor Robinson, Mary Jean Sloane.
Jean MacLeod and Gail Collman . . . they publicize
A. W. S. functions.
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He knows more words than
Webster and used them to create
editorials with a "punch", . . has a
cynical outlook on life at times, but
this square-shouldered kid who
started out to be an engineer, still
gets a kick out of things like
journalism field trips, intricate big
apple steps, and doughnuts and
coffee at 3 o'clock in the morning
. . . he demanded wellgwritten stories
. . . and got them . . . always on the
look-out for a scoop . . . hates
publicity blurbs in the Daily . . .
"Syd', has the reputation of being
the only journalist who always
wears a suit and tie . . . smokes an
endless chain of cigarettes . . . held
frequent, spontaneous bull-sessions
in the editor's office, sometimes
deadly serious-others hilariously
funny . . . in his horizon looms the
thrill of "Big City" reporting,
although sometimes he soberly talks
about country journalism "Some-
place in Texas". . . counts among his
treasured souvenirs a letter from
Dean Vernon McKenzie praising
him as editing the best Daily in
Stardust and poesy . . . a slender boy
cut from the pattern of future
genius . . . such is "Hank." Tipped
back in his chair in the grubby little
editorial office, he turned out
editorials that alternately blasted
and contemplated the student scene
. . . his was often a plea to the
intellectual . . . again a search for a
lofty truth . . ."Hank" ruled The
Daily without a harsh word to
anyone . . . his favorite Weakness is
drops presented by "Lucy" every
evening when the Daily was being
put to bed . . .favorite indoor sport
is phrasemaking, the kind that
expresses his ideas in a delicate web
of Whimsy and symbolism . . .
favorite gesture of Daily denizens
was Hankis gentle hand on their
shoulders . . . chief monuments to
the University of a Thousand Years
are his column, Memorabilia, and
the revived Page of the World.
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"Mo" Lachman, news editor, writer of "Idiot's Delight."
Cay Griffith, who has:1't yet an executive title, but who
does the work of three people.
Billy Weld. . . takes pictures . . . and covers the
"Have you got anything for the Whisper? . . .
fashion-sleuthing around the campus were The Daily's .
society staff: Jane Estes, spring editor, Virginia
Sonne, Jean Hudson, fall editorg Harriet Morrison,
and Mary Richards.
Anna Rind covers her beat by interviewing an
important news source in the sociology department.
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Curt Barnard, managing editor . . . he has potentialities.
Virgil Hillyer, assistant news editor, sees The Daily
come off the press.
Copy editors Roland Libby, Molly McBride, Zena
Griffith, Dick Murhn, and Phil Campbell, sit in
"around the rim."
Mary Jane Johnson, news editor, shows Alice
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The editor talks it over with
special writers: Pat Sharkey,
Elena Sbedico, Doris
Lincoln, and Mary Sayler.
Brent Schumaker taps out
"Shu-Strings". . . while
Gordon Pates wrestles with
"Archie" Copinions of a
Maury Cohen, copy editor,
who demands precision . . .
and gets it. With him copy
readers: Io McColl, A1
Leslie, Florence Kari, Jeanne
Daly, Doris Carlquist, and
Jocelyn Dohm, begin work.
Dick Bergholz, sports editor,
pounds out a yarn.
Chummy quartet . . . athletes'
cohorts . . . Daily mentors:
Doug Ebersole, Dean
Downing, Harry D'Evers,
"Games 'n Gals" editor
surrounded by sports staff . . .
the self-dubbed "soul of the
paper." First step: Ed
Guthman, Grace Robertson,
Dick Bergholz, editorg
Second step: Ples Irwin, Ken
Berglund, Virgil Peterson,
and Bob Bailie.
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