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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 May 1931

T H E J-T A C Dr. Frederick L. Eby Lectures at Parents' Day Program The regular line formation, com- posed of the band leading the cadet corps and the girls, marched into the auditorium at 10:45 on Sunday morning. The following program was giv- en: Pi elude—College Orchestra, Invocation. America—Audience. Whispering Hope—Girls' Glee Club. Selection—College Orchestra. The Stars Brightly Shining;— Boys' Glee Club. Address—Dr. Frederick L. Eby. The theme of Dr. Bby's address was "Faith." To Tarleton students the most forcible and revealing statement made was that every parent expects his child to accom- plish the thing which he failed to accomplish, Dr. Eby ended his lec- ture with the statement that a task without a vision is drudgery. Have You Had Mumps If you have not had the mumps, you are not among the socialiy elect of the season. The first requirement for admission into the most popu- lar club of the campus^ The Swells (not elect) of Tarleton, is a state- ment from the nurse say...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 May 1931

THE J-TAC Rentum - U - Drive um Fords and Chevrolets Special Rates at Rock Barn Garage—South Belknap Street GRUNDY FENNER PHONE 7 Experienced Workmanship And good material make Old Shoes Like New College Shoe Shop 6+6 STARTER 18 NOT EXCELLED Clark's Feed Store HARRIS BROS. GROCERY STAPLE AND QUALITY GROCERIES Complete Protection ELLIS Insurance Agency Office Phone 423 Res, Phone 419 DR. J. S. NUTT DENTIST—X-RAY Special Attention Given Oral Prophylaxis «od Treating Pyorrhea. Office over A &P. Store Stephenville Whiteheads Shoe Shop First-Class Shoe Repairing Dyeing — Polishes — Laees South Side Square Henry Ellis Grocery & Market Fresh, Crisky Vegetables Delicious, Tender Meats Groceries Aplenty . Quality Barber Work Sliave 10c—Hair Cut 15c Cut prices, but same service City Barber Shop Armstrong & White Quick Tailor Service Alterations of All Kinds Made. PHONE 254 We Call for and Deliver EXTRA LARGE HAMBURGERS .Without Sacrificing Quality Majestic Sand- Shops Lynch's Shoe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 May 1931

7*1 uA € Jk / r "j HI4B3ggies==; Jt l-lKpESr IE vcB. &*,-4 ?-m$ ■4jsW™' T* I -^=sni^?^i*-Z*r.< Sit^l*"" fr ^ . ■ ' "HE IS A GOOD MAN WHO CAN RECEIVE A GIFT WELL." —EMERSON , -sc^v- * vss ■* J.^' r-.j- i/ j . ^ttffTVlty VOL. XI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1931 No. 32 GRADUATION EXERCISES TO BE HELD NEXT SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PLOWBOYI Wisdom Wins Faculty Golf Tournamen t Plowboy, our days together here are drawing to a close. When an- other regular session opens,. many of us will be scattered to the four winds of the - earth. Our associa- tions have been pleasant as well as profitable; let us hope that none of us' will have anything to regret. Goodbye is the sweetest as well as the bitterest word in our langu- age. Let us make our last days such that our goodbyes. will be sweet and that our memories will be pleasant. ' Some of us will be back next September, ready to carry on. Those of yon who are coming back should 50 plan your leaving that your return will be a happ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 May 1931

~v PAGE TWO THE JTAC T H E J-TA C Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Kntered as second ejass mail matter at thg postoffice in StephenvilJe, ■ -. Texas, under- act of Congress .of, March 3, 1879, Subscription Bates per year — r — $2.00 Address all communications to The. J-Tac, TaiieAoa, Station, Texas REGULAR STAFF ..... ^.Clarence Ferguson Loui3 McGregor K. West Madeline Ftmkhouser Atweii Bond. ...Tom Lewis Daisy Ruth Sebastian :,.J ae J ackson Faculty Adviser-.—: — , Dollie Marie Glover Business Manager.. V. .i...,-.. —Estell Scott First Assistant Business Manager J .Cy Paul. Rqney Second Assistant Business Manager. : ...Myndert Gilbert Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Feature Editor.—......— '.~ Literary Editor......... Sports Editor,; —r Exchange Editor.— Society Editor!— News Editor. — AM) WHAT THEY ARE DOI^G Odd Thoughts at Odd Moments Sometimes when I am, idle for a few moments (which is very seldom), I start reflecting on my prospective graduation from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 May 1931

THE J T AO, ■*ii in t,inaifiw,ni {Wiiiij[JnniM PAGE THREE "Womanhood Gloridi eel" Thrills Audience "Womanhood Glorified," a short story opera (in English), was pres- ented at the auditorium on May 13. The opera wag written by the director, Theophilus Fitz. One of our ex-Tarletonites, Eleanor Mar- tin, was presented in a ■ beautiful role of Ituth, the ancestress of the Messiah. She has bee a proclaimed one of the most beautiful soloists in the company, a fact for which we are all proud. The story was given in two. acts, six scenes each. In scene I Eve and a group of wraiths came back to earth and sang of the innocence of childhood, the loveliness of youth, and the ca;idor of old age, After this scene we hear the story of Sarah, Hagar, and Euth, how Vashti and Esther tell of their triumph over a fool- ish king and a wicked prince, by remaining true to their God and the purity, of .womanhood. In scene II, we hear the story of Mary, the mother. A trio of angels and a chorus of Hebrew ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 May 1931

PAGE FODIl THE J-T AC Uniform Commuta- tion to be Paid Soon "No more drill," how does that .sound to the casual cadet? Monday morning's inspection was the final drill of this semester;, and just as soon as all government equipment has been turned in, all military students will receive their commu- tation. ■ j Every cadet should be prompt to turn in his equipment in order that this money .can be distributed. Your delay may inconvenience oth- ers. £!o prompt to fulfill this, your last military duty this year. To the Staff and Faculty Adviser Mr: Eaves: ''Tomorrow is our wedding anniversary; ■ Do you want to ^kill the turkey?" Mrs. Eaves: "Why kill the tur- key? it wasn't his fault." Hub Beauty and BarberShop Haircut ............ 15^ Shave 10£ Reduced prices on beauty parlor work. "The Best for Less" Shave 10c —■ Haircut 16c Shampoo 15c Sanitary Barber Shop i/j Block South of Post Office HAmilS BROS. GROCERY STAPLE AUD QUALITY GROCEBEES Complete Protection " ;ELLIS Insurance Agency Off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 September 1931

A: I % BE --fry* <SSn* -T*M ■ ■ s&i 1 Success, jn/q, crisis does not come by; inspira tion, It comes as a result of preparation and capacity carefully developed by experience and habit."—E. 0. T. C. Manual. ■=" Vol. xii. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1931 No. 1 PLOWBOYI ; The ysar has. just- bsgun and our football team has many hsud games on the list, -J '!Wp,-ar<?:- counting on their shinty, and 'dean playing- to bring ' back theStfttk ,'Jjjrijp.r Col- . lege Qrowii.'. :.vJ V • V-':'*:-' But, listen Plowboy, it is, hard for a team to go out on a field and fight to the very last minute with- out good- support.-from the aide- lines. . We just have to got out there and yell as., hard as m can and as loud as we can, and then the noise will not; compare with their:fighting.1 UWh-aks. wealth of riWteKati&arEtt?" ning wild on the practice, field— no wonder Coach W- J- Wisdom is singing songs and grinning .at the freshmen. You would too if you had over 85 men i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 September 1931

page two SH3 JT-SA O - - Published Weekly by the Students of John Tar jet on College Entered as second-class mail matter at the ostoffiee in Stephenville, : ' Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. . Subscription. Rates; Per year — r $2.00 'Address all comnjiijiications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF > Editor-in-Chief -. . 1 Woodroe Jackson Temporary Business. Managers.,—-—-William Sansing and Hal Ei.uUen.berger Eopprtgra for. thi& (jdifcion—Frances Wliitefield, Nellie Mae Killian, Alixe Faculty Adviser.. McAlpine, Carl Hardin, Jr, ..Roberta Clay IT'S YOUK COLLEGE Getting back to Tarleton is a thing that should cause the pulse of any old student to beat faster. It gives one a, feeling that is hard, to describe when he steps up and clasps the hearty hand of a last year's acquaintance. . But if one will only stop to think, the cause is easily found., Tarleton is the home of fellowship, Sufih it always has been apd such it always shall be. Friend- ships hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 September 1931

turn mA®:- ■'TlBSiPlil T'f PACKS THREE THE SERICE DRUG STORE with a Service that serves N. W. Corner Square Stephenville, Texas Phones 49 and 1J1 Henry Ellis Grocery and Market \ Phones 118—78—62 .. . ■ i . . . greetings Lighthousekeepers } ■ ' a We especially appreciate your trade. Our prices are within your budget Just call us, we deliver aiiy time. y jo- iers-First National •' * j CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPLUS AND PROFITS $100,000.00 Since 1906 "The Old Beliable" quarter century of successful banking A M **" <M ► 4 H > i M * OO MO no WELCOME JIEW AND OLD >v. STUDENTS "YOU MI ST BE PLKASEU" COLLEGE 1CLEANERS STUDENTS i " A Hearty Welcome Awaits You at PERRY CHAIN STORES, Inc. WELCOME STUDENTS W. F. HENSON Sanitary Groceries phone 112 \THE CROSS DRUG STORE \ . . PHONE 36 '■ i ■ : Stephenvilte/Texas - HOLT DRUG STORE NO. 1 phone 71 & ttphenville, Texas " v - .... ' .■ : ■■ ■ . HARRIS BROS Staple and Fancy Groceries ' 1 West Side Square STUDENTS—We appreciate your business...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 September 1931

PAGE TQJTR, THE inwimiiimmn^if business ^ministration' h, : ■ DEPARTMENT IS JVJOVEI) The business' Administration De- partment lias been : moyed to the basement i>f the Home'Economics Building. "The department •,looks vary nice ndw with Its furniture sporting new coats: of varnish. Mr. Foote, whet is'the head of J;he Busi- ness Administration ■ Department, " believes that the department is in a much better location ^now. FbKMER STUDENT WRITES ^ ■ OF POSITION IN DALLAS EIGHTY-FIV^ MEN ■ , ^ T ' ■ i. (Continued from page one) out for an end position. 'The ones who have rshpwA..MP: best in prac- tice.' are:' Bennett, ; Gormin, 1 pounds; Cowan, Lampasas, 172 pounds; Hoover; San ;Kaba, 170 pounds; Blackburn, San Angelo, 170 pounds; Bissctt, Bangs, 160 pounds; Ga1ndyf Hieo;1 Joiies,- Richardson; Perry, Gorman; Cheatham, Sidn(ey; Lowry, Beaumont; .Smalley, Crane; Latharnj McC'amey; Stephens, Gor- man; Scruggs, Fort Worth,. . Two 102!) letter men, Cilaud Cox and Bull-Katrola, are hack fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 September 1931

1 <8^ t) ? f -rT^J ■,/, -'■* (UtalCSB? Bj3f. FBBg^an mmx $ 0jfx£us2fc fe®' eniflE^vifevljL J1'1f,£*&!^3£ixt2 If a man write a better book, preach a. better serman, or make a. better mouse-trap than hiij. neighbor, though he, b,u,i.Id his house in 'the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door, 1 —Emerson Vi I VOL. XII. STEPHEJSTVILLE,. TEXAS, SATURDAY,'SEPTEMBER 26, 1931 Number 2 PLOWBOy! On to College'ptatJQni And show the : Texas Aggies whiit Tarleton has in . the; way of a football team. Coach W. J. Wisdom announced that'he would pick: about thirty- live men to carry- the colors into Foreign Aggielarid*. •' '- Real material was seen in the scrimmages In the early part of the week. ' ■ Godwin caii . surely pound the line for a gain every .time, and Red Kyle places hisjjassea on the spot.1! aisu does good as a defensive back, v'tapp and Stockton work to- ^vth^ in -4 great way as paise'f 1 receiver. ■ '* HARD YEAR AHEAD, WITH 38MEMBERS Several Engagements Already S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 September 1931

3PAJE TWO Y i£J3 WAO [EDITORS FROM HEAHT OFTEKAS TO MEET J.LAC. Published Weekly by tie Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the ostoffice in Stephenyille, Texas, under act of Congress of. March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per year~ -42.00 Dean Davis and Faculty Mem- bers Will Entertain Visitors at Dinner Saturday Address all communications to The J-T$c, Tarleton Station, Texas. ST AFT Sditwr-in-CMef.. " " ,__j; — Woodroe Jackson Temporary Business Managers ....William San sing and Hal Sullenberger Bcpoftera for thia issue—Alixe McAipipe, Waurine Hunter, Carl Hardin, Jr., Ina Mac Tate, Keitli Kclley, Lloyd Ilcarn. Faculty Adviser —™ Roberta Clay THE VALUE OF THE J-TAC The J-Tac is the organ wherein is preserved and fostered the spirit of Tarleton, that .unifying glow of enthusiasm, comrade- ship and achievement which makes for success. There are many . reasons for the publication of a school paper, tout of these no other is so important as the, e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 September 1931

THE J-TA O PAGE TB3I Successful I ear in Public Speaking Department Is_ Anticipated By J. T.A.C. An interesting and successful' year is anticipated in the public speaking department at John Tarle- ton College, according to Miss Lil- lie V. - Lillard, director of the de- partment. Many new students are enrolled in the department, showing an in- creased realization of the need and value of public speaking and dramatic art. Though several of Miss Lillard's strong students were ' graduated last year, she has" sever- al former students whom citizens of Stephenville may remember as having appeared in plays or pro- grams given by the department in , *>rmer years, among them Miss lizabeth McCombs, Dorothy Stock- \n, Noel Langham arid Christine tlollingswprth. : Plans are being made in the de- partment -for several plays to be given during the year. The people of Stephenville and students of the college haVe always supported, the ■ .AJtv m Health Creates One's World Why -not be healthy th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 September 1931

,tffi roujt ifr- THE J-TAC i ^ME ■ FORMER OTUftl^fsC :■ beari J. Thonvaa Davis, John Tarleton College, Tarleton Station, Tcxa3, I know about what sort of grind . you and the faculty are going1 thru with about now. I regard very much that I was unable to be there to aid a little.' Dean Davis, I'm glad to tell you that the work I did in Tarleton received full recogziition heff- John Tarleton is well known here; riot so well aa in Texas and j joining states, but m^cfrj%ter;iriq^ thin Sre tome of lsirge# colleges in Texas. ■ . .-■■ ■ Aichough i am now :' meeting clauses m another school, I give Tarleton full, credit for all success that may come my way. , Hoping for a successful year for fee entire Tarleton faculty and student body, I am, Respectfully youra, . Lewis T, Nordyke. Tarleton Station, Texas, May 27, 1931. to the Dean, Through the Registrar. ,'Aa; the time approaches for us to lfeave Tarleton, some of us for a short time, others perhaps for- ever, I find a feeling of gratitude...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1931

J-T A vol zn . STEPHEN'VELLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1931 Number 3 PLOWBOY! The Plowboys lost a hard-fought game; but' they lost it honorably and fought until the last minute. A. and M. played a double head- er that day, one -game against ' Southwestern University and one against Tarleton. .Southwestern. is a Southwest Conference team and played against the sarna backfield as we did Saturday,; The. Plowboy3 held ■ the Aggies better than Southwest- ern'. did in yardage, and- also in . points. ' The starting line-up was as fol- lows: ends, Stockton and Cowan; tackles, Cox and Katrola; guards, Dearing and Green; center, Wet- zel; quarterback, ' Sims; halves, Johnston and Ha mil; fullback, Stapp. Thirty-three men made tlie trip to Bryan and nearly all of them 1 got. to play. Other ends, were Log- an, Smith, Blackburn, and Nord other tackles, Brummet and- Spain;; guards, Barham, Grizzelle, arid Per- ry; center, Thaxton; full, Wolfe; Fuller and Pondrom, halves;- and Couser at. quarte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1931

MOB TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as secbhd-ciass mail inatter at the ostoffice in Steplicnviile, ,i ■ Texa^ under act of Cougreas of Match 3, 1879. 8«l)#cTipiioa Bates: Per' year—; -♦8.00 Addresa all communications to The J-Tac, Tarietoa Station, Texas. ■TAFF Editerin-Chief- :—... .... Temporary biueiaess mauagera_ . _L_ Woodroe Jackson JWilliant Sanging and Ray Duren Reporters for this isstte: Mary Wa'irine Hunter, AlLie MtAlpiae, Alfred Otto, Boger Seaman, Will ' Port Hall, Waldo Beininger, Coreta G. Smith, Rosamond Langdon, Ina Mae Tate, Osborne Apple, W. Wilcox, Leola Wood, Elizabeth Long, . Carl Hardin, Jr. Faculty Adviser .. _ ; 1; — :—!— Roberta Clay Military Training Gives Boy Foundation of Knowledge of War Maneuvers, Builds The College Dining Hall Did you ever stop to think how milch trouble it Is to prepare each meal in the dining: hall? Not many students realize .that front twelv'fe to fourteen hours each day arte spent o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1931

t S.E J-T A«t page'THEE*: FIRST BOYS'CHAPEL COLLEGE GYMNASIUM Some Trouble Is Manifest as New Students Learn About Seating Arrangement ' . i Some trouble was manifested Tuesday morning by a number of boys, both old and new, when the first separate boys' chapel was. held at the College Gymnasium. The 1 boys who are- new here were unac- quainted with the seating arrange- ment and In the rush of getting inside, a number experienced dif- ficulty in finding their correct seats. After a few minutes' time, however,. all were seated, ivhether properly or not. Mr. Agee checked the Beating. Associate Dean Ferguson, Mr. Wilkins, Capt. John Smith, Mr. Hale, Mr. S. F. Davis, and Mr. Wil- cox were the faculty members, pres- ent; Mr. Ferguson opened the pro- gram, by giving the announcements of the day, and turned the period over to Mr. Wilkins. Mr. Wilkins stated that the pur- pose of his talk would be to give freshmen some clearer ideas as to the ppcedure; of the college. He said that, as usual,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1931

"V . \ paoe roua THE J-TAO FACULTYMEMBEfTS ARE ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE DUTIES Appointments Are Announced Last Week From Office of Dean Davis The faculty committees for this year were appointed the latter part of last week. The committees are as follows:-' ; Executive:—Heads of . depart- ments and head administrative of- ficers. Athletics:—Mr. Wisdom, Miss Fellman, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Hale, Mr. Johnson, Miss Marrs, Mr. S. F. Davis, Mr. Garrett, Mr. Me- Sweeny. Housing:—Mr.* Ferguson, Mr. Wilkins, Lieutenant ( Davis, Miss Go ugh, Miss-Westbrook, Mr. Agee, Miss Walker, Miss Hennigan. ■Auditorium and Commencement: —Mr, Ferguson. Mr. Agee. Miss Hennigan, Mr. John P. Oliver, Miss Yarbrough, . Mr. Wilkins, Miss Jones, Mr. English. Bulletin and Catalog:—Mr. Fer- guson, Miss' Clay, Miss Chaniness, Mr. Gearreald, Mr DoTemus, Mr, Wilcox, Mr. . Garrett, Miss 'Yar- bous*h, Miss Marrs,'Miss-Mahan. Discipline:—-Mr. 1 Wilkins, Mr. Agee,. Mr. Ferguson,, Miss Walker, Mrs. Moody, Mr. S. F. Davis, Mr. Gearre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 October 1931

. Vol. XII STKPHKNVILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY,- OCTOBER 10, 1931 Number 4 HILLSB0R0 TO INVADE PLOWBOYS' STRONGHOLD PLOWBOY We all marveled at A. C. C.'s prowess and yelled for the Plow- . boys with all our mights The breaks aeeraed against us> for many a pretty pass was dropped and yard- age lost., Logan, Pondrom, Stock- ton caught long? passes for good gains for the Plowboys, and Cous- 6r did some excellent passing. ; N.LAX.'SOEAN DAVIS TALKS 10 STUDENTS BEAN DAVIS' J.T.A.C. ■ Pondom went in late iii the game 1 and showed the A., C, C, boys what J fighting really was. Grizzelle was hurt in the list half, and had to be carried off the . field, while the stands echoed their approval of his clean playing. The famous Goober Keyes was injured early, in the game,' when thrown to the ground, his hand re- ceiving the shock. It seemed at first serious, bat he wag able to play the rest of-the game. The A. C. C. attack was centered around this shifty little. player, who ha3 football at his fing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 October 1931

PAGE TWO SHE MAO Published. "Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton. College Entered aa second-class mail matter at the ostoffite in Stephenville, Texas, under'act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per year. : _$2.Q0 Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF Editor i—i ^...Wocdroo Jackson TEMPORARY STAFF Assistant Business Manager..___ Ray Duren Sports Editor- ~ - : ^—— -_-Carl Hardin Society Editor ;■ — Alixe McAlpine Feature Editor - . Maty Waurina Hunter Exchange Editor ! ■.—.Waldo Relninger News Editor _ . Tria Mae Tate, and Nellie Mae Killian EeportersiCoreta G. Smith, Annie C. Bristol, Osborne Apple, Leola Wood, Rosamond Langdon, £>, W. Wilcox, Keith Kelly, Will Port Hall, Soger : Seaman. Your Alma Mater During the football game last Friday, a number of fresh- men were observed to rise very reluctantly when the band ,commenced playing "On Ye Tarleton." This is the wrong way to begin a, college career, if you want to really make...

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