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PAGE SIXTEEN

THl MICHIG AN DAILY

SUNDAY, DE'Ct, M dt 4, 1949

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OFFICE LIBRARY-Managing Editor Jeannie Johnson (left) and Associate Editor Lynn Guttenberg
look over some suggested covers for the 1950 'Ensian, comparing them with yearbooks of other
schools. The 'Enslan staff has a collection of more than 100 exchange books of colleges from Maine
to California. But this year's Michigan product will beat them all, they promise.

Staff orks
Long Hours
On Yearbook
When the 1950 'Ensian is dis-
tributed late this spring, the year-1
book will represent 14 months of
hard work by 70 staffers.
And as Managing Editor Jean-
nie Johnson will testify, there k
some work to be done almost every
day of that period.
BEGINNING in May when the
Board in Control of Student Pub-
lications appoints 'Ensian editors
until the end of the following
June when all the books have been
distributed, the 'Ensian staff is
hard at work planning page make-
up, snapping pictures, and meeting
deadlines.
During the summer Miss
Johnson, along with Art Editor
Barb Henry and Business Man-
ager Dave Stuart, visited the
Chicago concern which prints
the 'Ensian cover, and the en-
graving plant in Indianapolis.
The 'Ensian trio,nalonsg with th
engravers, began drawing plans
for the layout of pages, using a
library of samples as a spring-
hoard for their own ideas.
BY TIHE TIME school begins in
September, the layout of all six
sections of the 'Ensian has airealy
been determined. The six sections.
each supervised by a Junior Editor
are : schools and colleges, house
groups, organizations, special fea-
tures, sports, and senior pictures.
Photographers then begin
snapping the 20,000 pictures
during orientation week, and
continue until the end of Mai )'
when the last portion of the
book is sent to press.
All during the year, the 'Ensian,
working from the master dummy
drawn up during the summer, per-
fect layout and pictures, arrange
copy, confer with the printer, and
check proofs.
The book is sent to the printers
in sections, consisting of 16 pages
each and called a "signature."
A6 soon as the last piece of copy
has been sent to the printers, the
staff gets ready for distribution,
which Miss Johnson expects wal
start about May 25 this yea.
Then, "when the last book has
been cistributed, and the last desk
cleaned out, we hold a 'Thank G.jd
It's Over' party," Miss Johnxon
said.

Personal greeting

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LIGHT TABLE-Two 'Ensian tryouts, Jan Miller and Stan Wein-
berger, were snapped at work at the light table, a unique device
which enables staffers to perfect the trimming of pictures and the
make-up of the book's pages. Working with the "master dummy"
for the book, their job requires technical perfection to the six-
teenth of an inch. Paste, rulers, compasses and slide-rules assist
them in achieving accurate proportions.
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ACTION SHOTS--Sports Editor Dick McWilliams (center) confers with Associate Sports Editor
George Gillooly about some of the many sports action pictures which will appear in the 'Ensian as
tryout Charlie Moss looks on. In order to include spring athletics, the sports section is the last part
of the book to go to press.

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A DAILY
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Story by Roma Lipsky
Photos by Wally Barth

'ENSIAN RECORD-Copy Editor Sally Frost dictates to Associate
Copy Editor Dave Leddick. Between them, the pair edit all writing
which appears in the yearbook, and do a good share of the crea-
tive work themselves.
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Sunbeam ... .....................$22.50 ~
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American Beauty ...... .........$12.95
General Mills...... ... ..........$12.50
(steam attachment, $8.95)
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