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cooperation of the business men of Stevens Point. The reciprocal relationship between them and the students is maintained and furthered by the medium of advertising.
The newspaper game is a fascinating business—it's thrilling to see your "brain children' in print: it is great sport to conduct personal interviews: it's hard work to edit and manage a paper, but it's a truly worthwhile experience.
Pointer Staff Members
Editor-in-chief ................-............................ GF.ORGE SIMONSON
A,',slant Editor William Theisen
Spcrti Editor DONALD UNFSRTH
Assistant Sports Editor —........... FRANCIS BREMMER
V' • "ur» — MAXINE Miner
u Editor----------------------------------------------------- BARBARA JOY
Nrtv Writers LEONARD SCHill
AiMfli Frank Gordon
Typtsti —------------------- JOSEPHINE OBERST
Kathryn Becker Otto Pilz
Proof Readers DORIS JOHNSON
Punnets Manager ................................................. ROBERT STEINER
Circulation Manager ELLERY BASSLER
iaiultu Advisor MR. RjgHIM [
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Few students realize the amount of work and preparation that make possible the distribution of their Pointer so regularly each Thursday morning.
The staff is capably organized into separate departments, under the direction of the editorial and business chiefs, and meets Monday and Tuesday evenings to work as a unit in composing the paper. The Pointer office is steeped in a literary and intellectual atmosphere of the first order, as opinions are flashed about, weighty decisions made and debated as the earnest reporters compile their tips' and data gleaned during the week into stories for presentation to the school.
The Pointer holds a prominent place in the life of Central State. It acts as an organ of student opinion. It is important as a medium for making students "C. S. T. C. conscious ”, by featuring articles about the various departments and activities. It boasts of an exchange system with other schools throughout the state: thus creating a wider knowledge of contemporary collegiate affairs, and incidentally, giving us the opportunity of seeing ourselves as others see us. A special literary edition is published, in which the students see their own stories, poems, or essays in print.
The Pointer has the distinction ot having the smallest staff of any college publication in the state, but it ranks first in mechanical set up and in quality of news content. It is especially proud of its outstanding sport page. It enjoys the
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A school annual should be a historical record of student interests and school life of the year in which it is published. With this thought in mind, the ‘ Iris” staff set about early in the year to give you a publication of interest to every student in school and to make this, the thirty-seventh publication of the "Iris ", a book which you will treasure in your days after graduation and one which will bring back fond memories of school life in nineteen thirty-five and thirty-six.
Although the editorship was changed at the start of the second semester, due to Arba Shorey s acceptance of a teaching position, work continued accord ing to schedule. The new editors. Francis Brcmmer and Nina Belle Damon, re ceived splendid cooperation from all staff members and work proceeded at a rapid rate until every page was completed. The staff of this year's annual is proud of the fact that the Iris of 36” was all at the printers at an earlier date than ever before in the history of the publication.
The color combination throughout the Iris” is black and silver, signifying simplicity in every respect. Simplicity is always appealing. Thus, the staff has tried to make this annual one minus the usual flowery terms and trite statements. Designed to trace the development of Stevens Point, every effort has been made to permeate this book with that theme, especially in the advertizing section in which are many scenes about the city and its environment. The cover was designed and manufactured by the S. K. Smith Company of Chicago The pho-
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