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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1935

TJIfc J-ltAC PAGE THREE ■ ,T Senior Class in First Meeting Elects Sponsors and Nominating Committee ; With Edwin Dyess in charge, the senior class held its first meet- ing Tuesday* in the auditorium of the Home Economics Building where plana were made for the election of officers. A nominating, committee of three boys and three girls was elected to select candidates, who will be vot- ed upon by the .entire class. Those selected for the committee were ' Norma Ratliff, Margaret Logan, Frances Tate, Odell Elliott, Henry Todd, and Barney Blankehship. The election wil be carried on with ' three political' parties. and three candidates for each office; one-of the parties will be an out- law party. There must be ' two party leader^. Seniors, think about this elec- tion! Get that Old Tarleton Spirit and come to the next senior class meeting to express your opinions. Think about whom you want for party leaders. STUDENT LEADERS OUTLINE PLANS IN STUDENT CHAPEL i' The first Student Chapel of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1935

-WrH~. .>;.>3-.<l\V \ r - - - . •r.:-^i?'.-^^'JJ" ,"'-yrV --^r. . tiv PAGE THE J-T&C .;' .No conclusions as to the merits pi .the game can .be drawn frojp the score Friday night. The Plowboys were playing on a we^ field. One consolation can be found in that the Purple and White can connect with neat passes, ;if necessary, to score. Have-any of you noticed that lad Pannel? He is developing in grand style. Withvmore experience he will • be an effucient and dependable . haek. '. Many of the early-season comets have already begun to.lose their Hash. Soon the squad will ,b<? back ,t'o •normal. Then will .begin the grind for "the season. I call that service. Our one and only Rosa Smiley got plenty of publicity in the Daniel Baker pa- per last week. Some sports writer! 1 jon the Collegiate played the Plow- hoy. tackle up. as the' man that makes the co-eds hearts go pitter- vpatter. Lot's hope none of those Hillbilly girls butts Ross out of circulation Friday night. ' On the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1935

■ J - *7™ ■■ -K '•• :v; V-'\ ?■ s ?! .. h ■ •. v C:, ; VOI . XVJ, 6TEPHEKVTLLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER. 12, 1935 KUMBBB 5. \ . : > :A;. h v .'"•JV; Cadet Sponsors Are Elected After #ewg Introduced By Colonel Furr F, F.A. OFFICERS FOB The John Tarleton College chap- ' ter! of the Future Farmers held .their first regular meeting Tues- day evening at 6:30 in the Agri- culture Building. • , > . OfTieers for the year were elect- ed as follows: Clifton Smith, pres- ident; Kirtley Dupree, vice-presi- . dent; Leonard Edmonson, secre- tary; Lowell Pouncey, reporter; C. W. Carter, farm watch dog; Wade Hodges, historian; Elbert ; Steele, parliamentarian. All regu- lar meetings from now on will be held on the : first and third Tues- days of each month. The J T. A. C. chapter will initi- - ate the boys of the Brazos Valley - .chapter and raise them to the de- gree of Future Farmers. The many committees gave their reports, then the motion was made, to have a chapter sweetheart, so all gir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC i'l Pubiisbed Weekly by tie Students of John Tarleton College Eniered aB. second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in SteplienvilJo, ' Texas/underaet of Congress of March 3, 1879, ATWKRTrHtNO BATES: Local, 25c. column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. Address all Mminunieationg to ihe. J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas- 1935 Member '1936 Associated Cbtle&iaio Press Distributor of S TiFP Editor-in-Chief _—,——- Btisineaa Manager — Asmstaat, Business Ma.a3.ger ■... Jtsflojsiate Editor News Editor ^ i'eature Editors —■ Society Editor l-f—— Sports Eclitor ' „ .Wayne Co-wan ___i ; >f'i iyi.ttniit-.Mf.A|fnrn .= . Claia Nell McDermett _ .Yaudine Williams __..Ijyndsay and Wylie Phillips .Frances Tate .Earl Wilcoxson Mother Nature Is,Quickly Turning From Summer to Winter as the Sky Darkens; Frost and Leaves Indicate Fall is Here opofw ^mtwr —'-?■—-—. —rr r-/ — ~ Reporters for This Issue: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Jack Ray Cox, ■ Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann EldyBs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1935

THE J-T&Q PAGETHBEE TENNIS IN J T. HAS . GOOD'35 PROSPECTS Prospects are in line for the best tennis team that John 'Tarleton has had far years. Approximately twenty players are out for the team, among which are several veterans from last year's squad, and a number of former county and district champions, all of Whom are displaying a sparkling brand of tennis. Some of the prom- ising players are as follows: David Collins, Harry Pistole, Hilary Moore, Marshall Hughes, Ran- dolph Scott, Stanley Davis, James Edwards, Bill . Massey, James Stallings, Lester Bates, James Wilkorson, Garth Fuquay, Oakley Mills, Woerth .Nance, ' Not only is the material promis- ing; the players are showing the right spirit: they are eager to practice and to develop their games, Unfortunately, , they are hindered in their practice by the lack of court facilities; there is only one available court. However, Coach Wisdom has promised that another court will be put into 'shape immediately. Moreover, it is ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1935

''.SX,. v".' :'- : 1,. ■"}<'.. PAGE FOUR :.. -/ ,'■■.■■■ THE J-TAC Plowboys Win Over Hill Billies 3-0 Iri Closely Fought Grid Battle OFFICERS INSTALLED AT FINE ARTS CLUB MEETING Officers were initiated at last Tuesday' night's Fine Arts Club meeting;' consequently, a good time was had by all, even the vie time. Howard McaFrland, ex-pres- ident, was master of ceremonies for the initiation, and proved him- self a hard taskmaster. Each of the new officers was requested to render some sort of musical touch to the program, either in the form of a piano or vocal solo. The pro- gram was tapered off with a spell- ing match,- and a light lunch con- sisting of one cracker for each word missed. To conclude, the four .initiated officers sang, "On Ye . Tarleton" in a manner that put everyone on his feet. Regular programs begin next week with a musical program plan- ned. , PLACE KICK IN FINAL ; PERIOD WINS FOR LOCALS Popular Ex-Tarletonite Christine Lenox, Fort Worth, Tarleton graduate of '35,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1935

Vt-. ,f-/ ■ I. : : / ! — i ■ >'■ "~i . ' - ■ * .1 =• .. . V ^ \ ■ VOL. XVL STEFHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATTTEDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1935. NtlMBEE 6 ? ' Fifteen Honor Points Permitted; Careful Permanent Rceord Is Kept LISTS OP HONORS TO GAIN POINTS ARE PUBLISHED A student will be permitted only fifteen honor points. This is an at- tempt to distribute honors among , students. A permanent record is going to be made of each student's honor points, and will make it necessary for everyone to make a list of his honor points. This individual list will be catted for in the near fu- •,1 tare. ~ The following1 is a list of the honor points given for any office or honor in Tarleton: The offices counting ten honor ' "" points are as follows: president of ' Student Council, president of sen- ior class, head yel! leader, colonel V of Cadet Corps, editor of Grass- ^ burr, business manager of Grass- burr, editor of J-Tac, business manager of J-Tac, president of A. ^ W. S. Council- The offices counting1 eight ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1935

V •-* : it *~v ?'. - "* -*!*1 -j". *,r a \f*i * i«.;'-v."--, J-"y L '• ■ 'M ■ ,'■'■■ -?1 / ; !: . ' , '.' • -\ ' ?AG$ TWO, THE J-TAC; Published Weekly by the Students of Jolm Tarieton College Baterett as seftQ^d-elass wail watte# at the postp^fics in gtegbepvilie, ,. \ ; '" *: sr, {jnqeif&ct 6( C!.gngress of JIaTch 3, 1579. ADVEHTISlNa^AtES: Local, 25c column incli; foreign, 35c column inch. Address, all to ti(e"J:Tac.'Ti?Ie{oa; Siatiofli, Texas* 1935 Member 7936 • ftsspcided Collegiate Press " • V Distributor of Cpllegiat© Digest STA?P jrtia-Chief Buiiftesa Manager —- AftsbtatftKmaSnM*' Manages As*"peiri% Etjitor'—•.■"'.t-.I-K rl& Feature Editors — flociety Editor.—— ;.'.•: 8portt 'Bditor _ ' '' Wayne Cowan W. C. Seliitiaii _Mary Bert McAfes .'.Clara Nell McDeraett _Vaudine Williams .-Lyiidsa,y and Wylie Phillips _ „Fraaee.s Tate -Earl Wileossoa Reporters for fhiilaauor iilbnrt AdaiaS, Bob Shannon, Jack Bay Cox, . BtO'Meirjl!/ Charles Miller, Ann. E^yes Jarra^t, Wayne Cowle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1935

:"S .^7}— - /< , •■ - ■ r ■VS. ' • ■ ;^,v' /■./■■' ?.■ • ••V ■:•• ' ■ ■'■■ :V; ■•.■ -,T$' _ . . „ ■•v. :r wm :. ' • l r ,- "VI. ; ■ ^5 Nominations For Senior Officers ; Are Announced In Student Chape! COLLINS, BLANKENSHIP AND GRAVES UP FOR PRESIDENT Monday morning brings another , student chapel and another pleas-- aht assembly period for the stu- dents/ HoweVer, on Monday the en- tertainment will be discarded for a more serious business—thai; of se- ; letting Eertior class officers for the yeai. The Junior class officers' will not be elected until after the first six weeks. - Candidates who were selected by the nominating committee for of- fice in the Senior Class- were an- nounced Monday at student chap- c, Tbe committee selected Barney Blankenship and George Collins for president, Jimmie Britt and Mary B. Jones for vice-president, and Margaret Kitchens and Nan .Sheltoh for secretary-terasurer. The candidates are sponsored by three political parties. Barney Blankenship, .Jimmy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1935

.V! .7:y% page four the j-tac PLOWBOY ■ The. Plowboys are undefeated, unscored on. They are going after that Central Texas Conference championship full force. Besides . the crown, the death-dealing Pur- ple and White boys- are going to set an' enviable record this year. A season without an opponent making a score, let alone winning. They have been coasting through these games so far, but we look for them to turn on the steam now. The conference games left on the board will be taken 'by those, smash-buckling, hard-hammering, victory-gleaming Plowboys. / Attention, Slime! Did you r^ad the foregoing lines?. Good, That record is depending on your sup- port wholeheartedly. Be at those next five games. Manipulate those vocal chords to the highest pitch, and let's have some ear-bursting yells when "Doc" Webb calls for them. Remember that! "The ladder to success lies in taking each rung step by step." at each game. Win it. Then plan for the next game and win it. In passing through the gym w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1935

': ■1' "V'S . '■ ' ?QVft Sr?A?£;- ▼Oil xvx. BTEPHENVILIjE, TEXAS,- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1935 NTTMBEB, 7 i .. , r . ■> r- *■ ■> ^ • Graves, Britt, and Shelton Elected Officdrs at Senior Class Meeting SHELTON WINS BY A SMALL ,■ MARGIN OF ONLY SIX VOTES Bob Graves, the only candidate running on an outlaw ticket, was * CRAVES , SHELTON BRITT elected senior class president in ' atudent chapel Monday. Rousing cheers at the beginning of the cha- #pel period foretold a victory for tba new president, who gained a clear-cut victory over George Col- lins and Barney Blankenship. Bob plays guard on the football team, makes a good scholastic record,, and is a member of the Silver Key, a boys' social club. Jimmie Britt won over Mary E. Jones, in the race for the vice-pres- idency. Besides being a great bas- ketball piayer and track man, he works in the College Store and . makes good grades in school. Jim- mie is a member of the. Dragons and Is one of the best-liked students , . in Tarleton....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1935

r- *AGE TWO THE J-TAC f-/v PublishodWeekly by the Stijdentaof John Tarletoa College TglitBryi'.ja^ '^c<md;c$Ki. gitdl. ';iiatt(Br at .'tlie Fpatoffice in Btephenville, ^'' '• L : ; Texas, uiiiler act of Congresa of MarcS 3, 1879, , ^YiBRTIHI-NG. RATES: X^jeal, 25e' column inch; foreign, $So column'inch. ' * Addressall^'coiimuuioatipns ta J-Tac, Tarletori Station, Texas. 1935 ■ Kfejnber 1.936 fUsockied Cblie&iate Press ' Distributor of STAJI1 Editor-i,n-Ofiief _ _ • -■-■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ Wayao Cowau Business Manager ■■ ■■■'.' ■ - L : W. 0- Sellinan -Asstetailt Business Managers—Mary Bert McAfee, Gregg YTifyng, Lillian • Burns, l>ixi«f Kemirix. ' - .Associate Editor .. ,.-—.-1 1 Clara Nell McDermett ."Zfewij iKtftpr*;, ....—-— T""~j— - Btoow": ^ -Lyndsay and Wylia ^impa ' Sofeiety" Piditol* J- ^a£c*a ?ato ■ 'Sports Editor ———— -Earl WiIcoznh v J^xchango Editor, ^—. *■——-----—--- ^K\u°X: Kepori -rx for, This,Issue: Elbert Adama, Bob Shannon, BiH Merrill, CJiar- ' 'iea Miller, Ann Eld...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1935

L0yietinFa8ciMt^ " ^^MeiBislmeS NigKtlyBoW to Royalty A Tarlaton student h.aa a very Interesting pet, Charles C.ain, ^j^dBonie young. cowboy from Uvalde,' has ciiosen a member of JtAe" canine family for his favorite pet. Qn'his way to school' this sum- mer I.iti persuaded his father to buy his a'small Scottish Terrier puppy when .they stopped in San Antonio. The pet was sent by'express to Charles who jmet the three o'clock train in $ie wee hours of the morn- ing to Welcome Albourne Jean II to John Tarleton Agricultural Col- lege. She comes from a long line of pedigreed Scottish Terriers,* her mother being a half sister of the champion. AU>°urne Red Mary o'f England. Only a'little over three' months old. Lady, .Jean will be a beautiful Scottish Terier in _ two ■ years. Although Walter Bancroft Mor- gan, Jr., objects to paying a third of the dog's room rent, Charles says that he is going to beep his promising young pet. Jean seems, to go over iri a big way with the coeds. Misses Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1935

'•;w. i4.7i&.™,F?ri.vi-!-nr ;,.;■ ^vVV - ..-.--::i'- PAGBF< ' 'f, i THP J-TAC . - i -, ' . ■•'■." .; • . . ; "■'. ■■',•; \ •" •*:>*- ■ • ' Plowboys IPlan td AddHillsboro Indians to Victory List Tonight PLAYERS CLIP HAIR ANO REMOVE EXCESS WEIGHT ■ Continuing on their rocketing path to the championship; the Pur- ple and White defenders will en- gage the HilJsboro Indians tonight in another conference tilt.. Flaah- ing ch^mpipishiP form ;in the last four 'gaines, the Ploivboys remain ■ undefeated and unscored on. Roll- ing over Westmoorland 24-Q, slug- gishly plowing over the Clifton gridsters 19-0 on a wet field, edg- ing out the Hill Billies with a field goal 3-0, and- swamping Decatur 1.9-0, the Wisdom-Sanders proteges will return to Hays Field for a four-game series. . Plowboys average 207 pounds per man on the forward wall; the backfield folows with an average of about 193 to the man. The squad on its own initiative has under- gone a lightening process during the past we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1935

. ' t -'•? i. « ■% \ % p ti .V W VOL. XVL STBPHBNVXLLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1935 NUMBER] Tarleton Cadet Corps Leads Parade Through Rain in Annual Horse Show BAND, SPONSORS IN FIRST APPEARANCE WITH CORPS. Hero. comes Tarleton's Cadet Corps and boy what a corps. Tarleton's fifty piece band, fol- lowed by the rest of the corps, led the big parade Wednesday in the annual horse show parade. The boys showed up exceedingly well for their first public appearance. The bad weather during the last few drill periods has caused the cadets to miss drill which would have enabled them to put on a better show for those present. Pay- ing no attention to the ram, the cadets assembled and were ready to go when the time came. Pre- ceded by Dean J; Thomas Davis the corps marched down Tarleton avenue in the rain. Dean Davis, as well as the cadets, received a big hand from the large crowd present. Also mating their first appear- ance were the sponsors. They were dolled up in brand new uniforms. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1935

"Y PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as see.ond-c&ss mail matter at the Poatofflce In Stophcnvillu, Texas, under act of Congress of Miixch 3, 1879« Al) VE JtTISINO RATES: Local, 2oo column inch; f6feign733e column inch. Address all oommunteations to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 Rfember -1936 Plssocided €bile0iaie Press , Distributor of Cbiie6Ue Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief ; _ • J ..Wayne Cowan • . ,, ~ " " " W. 0. Sellmaa A^ntcS^ Bert McAfee, Gregg Wfong, Lillian Biirns Dixjo Hendiix. ^ _ clal.a Nf)U HcUemett Assocljite Ed or ^ „Yattdine Williams News Editor-..-.. - - - ; iTyndaay and Wylio Phillips Peatare Editors - -*V ' ^anees Tate Society Editor 7—— -r - — • ; _ ^Earl Wilcoxson Sports Editor; .. -• ' . Jaefc Bay- Cox Reporters for' This" Issue: jjibort Adama, Boh Gannon, lea Miller, Ami Eldyss Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, J ""ray borough, Jack Morns, Mpllie Kathenne Kohdera, James Wilkerson, Mar joric Turner. - . f ! ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1935

PAGE THREE TARLETON SOCIAL LIFE IS RUSEtED WITH NEW PROGRM The end of the first six weeks preliminary apparently was the sigAal for the grand opening of . Tarieton's social. life, the seventh week being a jubilee period which ■leaves the cadets and coeds gasp-1 sng for breath and little time fof study. The Talons opened the social .week Tuesday night with a dance in the Recreation Hall, and the "T" association, ends it with a Bowery Ball tonight. A parade to- town, fol- lowed by dancing in the Recreation Hall, . Wednesday inorning; the show, "Music is Magic," sponsored by Les Lunettes Wednesday night; Halloween- dance in the Gym and Halloween party in the Recreation Hall Thursday night ; football game with Texas Wesleyan Friday night; and the Bowery Ball given by the "T" association Saturday night. All this, skipping frora one to the next, gives a picture of the busy life led by Tarleton students this week. CLUB'S DANCE SEASON OP YEAR OPENED BY TALONS The Talons Club gave the first ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Plowboys Defeat Hillsboro Indians By the Top-Heavy Score of 40 to 0 INDIANS THREATEN GOAL, BUT PLOWBOY LINE HOLDS Scoring at will, the Plowboys smothered the Hillsboro Redskins 40 to 0. Flashing runs and line- hitting smashes were reeled off at random by the Plowboys. The In- dians tried valiantly but the'power and flash of the Wisdom-Sanders proteges was too much for the vis- iting squad. The aerial attack of - both teams clicked well at times but its perfection was marred when, many passes were intercept- ed by both teams. The passing of- fense of Hillsboro shaded the Plowboys somewhat. The stone wall of Tarleton forced the visit- ing team to resort to the air. ■ Hillsboro threatened seriously the Plowboys' goal line during the last ■part of the first half and during the third period- The first string started the game with Funderburk kicking off to the Indians. Recovering a fumble after about two minutes of play, Gray made the first tally. Fundy converted. Atki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1935

; X I YQifc xn. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1935 WUBJBB® 9 ' ! > i .■*' ' •.. c Five Students Make 90 Honor Roll; List Includes 3 Seniors and 2 Fish EIGHTY HONOR ROLL IS MADE BY 78 STUDENTS Three seniors and two freshmen . made the 90 hqnor roll the last six weeks, and 78 freshmen and sen- iors made the 80 honor roll. Those who are on the honor roll baaed on grades of 90 ,or above are as follows! William Bryant Cowan, Margaret Hamilton, Williams Paul Jones, James Mullins, and Sam. Variable. :. The honor roil for the first pre- liminary, .first semester, baaed on grades of . 80 or above is as follows: Frances Aiken, Burriell Bennett, J. C. Bickriell, James Raymond Black; Clara Blackwell, Reba Maurene Booth, Harve Boyd, Katie Lee Brown, Lillian Burns, Yetta Bell . Byers, Pauline Covin, Rhesa Caw- yer, Dale Cleveland, Tyilliam Bry- ant Cowan, George Pendleton Day, Viola Fisher, Chesley Forsyth, Marshall Fox, Bedford Furr, Uldirie Gaither, Horace L.Geyo, Mary Ann Gibso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1935

■f? 1 !i. .1 PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as secottd-claaa mail matter at the Poatoffice ill Stephenville, ■ Texas,'under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISINQ BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all-communicationa to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 Member . 19 36 Associated Collegiate Press Distributor of Collegiate Di6esl STAPP fiaitor-ip^hief : ■ Assistant Business. Managers—Mary Bert McAfee, Gregg Wxliong, Lillian . Burns, Dixie. Headrix. Associate Editor — News Editor Venture Editors - Society E,ditor Clara Nell McPermett ^.Vaudina Williams Lyndsay and Wylie Phillips „ Frances Tate Earl Wilcoxaon r }. Jack Bay Cos EtS™"-iOT*Thi8~&riie: Elbert- Adams, Bob Shannon, Bill Merrill, Char- > . -ni 1 T 1J. 1TT..>-rtrt ftftiirlnir Timimr Mfirnd. H 3.V Sports Editor Exchange Editor les Miller, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, Jimmy Morris,. Fay Scar- ■••borough, Jack Morris, M...

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