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Page 88 text:
This picture is wo accident; you arc seeing the Iris staff at its unsuspecting best getting a taste of waiting while the photographers “get ready.”
The bored-looking scholar to your right so engrossed in Punch is in a most characteristic posewaiting for his staff to get organized. Unfortunately he was too much of a gentleman to leave his cap on so this picture is not as funny as it might have been.
Neither assistant-editor. Marge Smith, nor dark-room chief, Norh Brost, could pose with us as they were, per usual, somewhere else cheerfully doing Jo’s work. By far the hardest working man on the staff is Mr. Spccht and he, per usual, was on the other end of this camera!
Row I: Rukolt. R. Adams, Mr. Morrison. Peskie
Row 2: L. Schlottman. D. Thompson, Aschbrenner, D. Seif
Row 3: BcTRclin, Crosby, Gilbert, Bloczynski. Daniel
Row 4; J. Schultz. Beckwith. Drexler, Monson Row 5: Wochlcrt. Golomski, Bartels, Oclkc, A. Allen Row 6: Fren el, Lcnius, Kritz, J. Charles worth
Page 87 text:
This year the "Pointer" was fortunate in obtaining exclusive rights to all press releases pertaining to Tufton Beamish, renowned expert on everything. However, even Tufton with his great knowledge couldn’t help Editor Earl Crow solve his most difficult problems, such as explaining to the business manager how one gets five Cokes for a quarter from the machine ("Now you take this quarter, see . . getting Will Shakespeare and Ernest Hemming-wav to pick up their assignments, and helping the headline writers to use their favorite line, ‘Trample Those Titans.’’ An editorial
policy of ----------------- was adopted, guaranteeing satisfaction
to all. Monday night Coke and carmcl corn sessions when all the "due Friday” assignments were in and being worked on by the staff often gave Earl a bad case of nerves, but with a helping hand from Miss Clennon our 1955 Pointer Staff turned out the "best papers yet.’’
Editor-in-chief: Earl Grow News and Feature Editor: Bettv Holstein Assistant: Eenorc Gavlord
Reporters: Virginia Bricco, Sharon Zentncr, Nancv Hager, Jovcc Spencer, Homer Plumb. Felisa Borja, Pat Sisel, Pat Scribner, Anne Stolcson, Bob Way, Donna Wittec, Virjean Drexler, Jerry Foster, Marjorie Schmahl, Dorothy Secord. Elanor Schram
Sports Editor: Carl Hubcrtv
Reporters: Man,- Bartelt, Dave Zimmerman, Ken Wasscrman, Don Nice, Charles Ncinas, Dick Bechard, Clark Greehling
Composition Editor: Dave Ehrcndt
Assistants: Roy Halverson, Jerry Madison
Typists: Arnold Lenius, Darlene Jorgensen, Phyllis Hoeft, Bob I (ammersmith, Barbara Coburn, Mabel Papenfuss
Proofreaders: Janet Madison, Sally Rose, Pat Schultz, Bonnie Driscoll
Cartoonist: Bettv Behl Piiotocraphers: James Kosmicki, James 1 lopkins Business Manager: Dave Jerscv Assistant Business Manager: Dave Zimmerman Assistant: Joan McClone
Circulation Manacer: Ara Sergenian Assistants: Joanne Nowak, Larrv Pierce, Bernice Hahn Editorial Adviser: Miss Bertha Glcnnon Photographic Adviser: Ravmond E. Specht Business Adviser: Robert T. Anderson
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THIS IS A FRIENDLY COLLEGE. . .
Row I: L. Mueller, Pradt, L Wilson.
Row 2: Dan back. Jorgensen.
Row 3: Hcllstrom, Hackman, Martcll, W. Schmidt. Marko.
Row 1: Karsseboom, Madison, G. Mueller.
Row 2: M. Burrs. Madison.
BoiRht, Kreidlcr Row 3: Frisch, Beckwith.
Walbruck, C. Greehlin. Row 4: J. Weaver, Stroik,
Giver, N. Grcchling. Goldsmith.
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