POST SCRIPT The first meeting of our college news paper found o determined though inexperi enced staff. All had to learn as they went along by mistakes, criticisms, and experiences As the year progressed effort was made to improve eoch edition. New columns were ad ded such as the \Wanted\ column, \Campus Bits\ and a cartoon strip. A \Student of tho Month\ column tried to bring recognition to some outstanding student on campus. While the same number of issues were published, we tried for a big paper for special occasions. Cooperating with campus organiza tions, social events were publicized to create interest among the student body for the sup port of the many College activities. Each paper printed a letter from Student Council President to keep students informed on cur rent problems and happenings. \M a n in White\ — told the story of the hotel student activities. Dr. Hughes was added to the advisory staff to assist Robert Tyldesley. We hesitate to brag, but for the first time in many years the Post Scrip may not be in red financially owing to the efforts of the editors and business staff. First Row: L. Longe, R. Sanford, C. Prather, Mr. Tyldesley, Advisor; F. Mader, S. Fried, G. Katz. Second Row: P. Manning, R. Underhill, Co-Editor; D. Benjamin, Co-Editor; F Rivers, B. Goughan, J. Denslow, J. Gekow.