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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1935

: ,'r ■ ■ u THE MAC PAGE] THREE,, i ■=! * ' P: ^ - !■ /*■■■'■ f ::--A j The Drake Jewelry Mystery Detective Sergeant John Carrig- an of the Boston Police was stran- ded. From the front door'of the only hotel in Plumville, Massachus- etts, he stood watching the rain as it poured in torrents outside. Fre- quent lightning flashes and rubb- ling thunder enlivened an otherwise dark, gloomy atmosphere. Across the street were one-story, wooden buildings, long since closed up for the day. Yes, Sergeant Carrigan, who had solved the baffling Greene Murder Mystery, and who let nothing stand in his way, was stranded in Plum- ville, a town with a population of. 1Q0 and with a reputation, of zero. Early that morning Carrigan had arrived in Plumville to investigate , fi clew in the newest crime mys- tery, "The Drake Jewelry Rob- bery." Finding the clew ' to he groundless, Carrigan had sorted to leave late that evening', but was told that bridges on all sides of the town .were washed out. There- fo...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1935

■ PAGE FOUR THE 1J-TA C Doc Birdwell Is A n Ideal Ex-Student; Has Long Been a Booster for Tarleton When you enter the College Store and see a small, well-dress- ed, good-looking- man sitting at his desk behind the counter, it might be well to remember that you are looking at a true Tarle- tonite, a man who has done much to help make the College what it is .'today and who leads the way in any forward or progressive move- ment made in the , institution. Though . remaining . in the back- ground, "Doc" Birdwell is the quiet type of man whose person- ality influences all with whom he comes in contact. You have only to - look in last week's J-Tac to see his spirit of fire and color and good will. His one-fourth page ad is without one. word ,of advertis- ing', the entire space being devoted to the special train and the NTAC game Thanksgiving. You have on- ly to read the words of the ad to understand the sincerity that lies beneath, the only thought being of • the Plowboys and the students ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1935

. 'A- ^ THE J-TAC ■'■v , -: '■'i-'-r FOR JUNIOR CUSS The junior class held its first meeting Moijday. After a brief talk by Edwin Dyess on the meth- od of eleetirig officers, a nominat- ing committee was elected. On it are Harry Howell, Bill Baggett, Charlene Bratton, Anita Stewart, and Jane Gracey. Bob (Buzz) Barton, Sid Lang- ford, and Jimmy Morris are cam- paign managers. Barton is boost- . ing- Scott Casey for president. Coleman Smith for vice-president, and Grace Cantwell for secretary- treasurer, Morris is backing Stew- art Boney for president, Lewis Ford for vice-president, and Ruth Jo Jennings for secretary-treasur- er, Sid Langford heads the outlaw party; his candidates are Harry _ (Red) Howell for president, Jane Gracey for vice-president, and An- ita Stewart for secretary-treas- urer. The election will probably be held Monday morning at student chapel. Qood clothes, fur coats, movies, orchestras, champagne, fine homes, servants, theatres, fast motors, modern plumbing, gol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1935

HP,;i ;n j?4£isi:x THE J-TAC Tarleton Remains Undefeated By Beatiiig Texas Wesley an College CoacH Sanders talks about the TWC game: . "TWO got the jump on the " Plowboys. They outplayed them • all ovei' the gridiron the first three qiiartein. '• The Tarleton ■ Boyfe' " could jMve beaten them anyway, " but they never woke up to the fact . 'faniit the' fourth quarter. They were nervous; even Coach Wisdom arid t* were nervous.'. When they ?did,,get- started in the fourth per- iod, it would have taken a, real :v? olub :tcf stop- those drives.1" !', - : * jj' ,, ..V,:' ' ' ' ..it tu ■ ■ * ' ' ••• •" ' ' , ■■ ^r ;v , j0o4«H ,^isdomr: muali h£ve been j He neve*. saw' lifct" pass' ^Iko?^ Kenrierly to Kiliajn ^Hat pa^- ,,ujj$'x the 'way for our' afeofe. St. thought the ball was fumbled: With Adkina ..temporarily out _ with a strained ligament, we ore wondpririg who. will call' signal? Friday. Gray did a nice job while he was 'calling. Matthews ! came . through in fine order. There is a lad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1935

' •: \ -r:.'-}.^.\:-^v:-j:.,v^Ai;c ,!' 'f-V>L' ; r,~:\ ■■■'/■J, ■',*; v ■■'.< :>v, ■ r. . - ', :>/ ' ■ ■ Vv •: ' ;-:;i !IV^V''V.'S;:;.!;;:,-; -.'J,' : /. ■-. . ' ... y.y ■. ,- ■■:- :'• ^-:;-w\-V.^:r-l'^:;;'.;-.r. •' '■• .' ■ "' •, ' ■ ^ ;i" >,■ . " • -' r r ■ ■ ,f 1 ". t .... i , . >:. .., . ..,.; -,1 -? L .<-,"1 ' ,- " ; ■'■ ■• ■ ■'. : '■ - ■■■../■::■>■■ ,;>.':. V. ;.- /-■■•■;. ,-■ f '■.-.■■ .v": TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1935 STEPHEN VILLE VOL, XVl. JStumber. ID . L ; i 'a ' ■i ■ i ; , >"•* p ; t, tir . . t ,-i r'-- ; . ■ ! :". /- f.-s. >l' Richard Halliburton Takes Tarleton On a journey to See Haile Selassie THEN IS OFF TO BAGDAD IN HIS FLYING CARPET For more'than ■ an hour Saturday morning students at John Tarleton College were transported from Ste- phenville to Addis Ababa and an- cient Bagdad by mere 'speech—the speech of Richard Halliburton, author, adventurer, and . lecturer whose dreams of seeing the world came true. Halliburton spoke at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1935

!■ " j- ■ - ■ ;■ ,f ; ■' ■ PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stepiienville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1S79. ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column'inch j'foreign, 35e eoluina inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 Member 'Associated Cblie&idte Press Distributor of Gblle6icite Di6ost STAFF Editor-in-Chief —. — Business Manager —Wayne Cowan ,W. G. Sellman Assistant Business, Managers—Mary Bert McAfee, Gregg Wilfong, Lillian Burns, Dixie Handrix. ' Associate Editor Clara. Nell McDormett News Editor ..Vaudine Williams i-Lyndsay and Wylie Phillips i. Frairees Tate . Karl Wikoxson. Jack Bay Cox Feature Editors — Society Editor — Sporta. Editor r ; — Exchange Editor —. — - ,..,. Beporters: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Waynl Cowley, Jimmy Morris, Fay Scarborough, Jack Morris, Mollio Katherin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1935

... v .-■-v. THE J-TAC PAGE TTTREJ3 National Cheese Week is Observed America Ranks Low in Consumption DEMOCRATS TO BE GIVEN A RUN FOR THEIR MONEY The first step toward a single- house legislature in Texas was made last, week when Senator Nel- son of Tahoka introduced a resol- ution to submit a constitutional amendment on the subject. The fact that it received six favorable votes in the Senate is remarkable for a proposal to destroy the jobs of many of those who are voting. The unicameral eLgisIature system was adopted in Nebraska last year by a referendum after years of campaigning. Senator Nelson, who became known as the author of' the Texas proposal within the first weeks of his first term, is deter- mined to take the matter to the people"' next year. Old customs die slowly, but he will probably suceed in the end. W. F. HENSON GROCERY Welcome Students/ Everything In the tin a of Grocer- ies—Let Us Serve You East Side Square ■ "Cheese it" is the slogan of the week for patriots, for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1935

' r, I- '« J4,. JTMS"1!.1 \ * '. i-r.-^y'r IcjVV : "u{-. ' ' i,V PAGE FOUR THE JrT A C ,>SBS PLOWBOY Studcs, I've just had a sudden thought Of how so gru'ling the Plowboys have fought • .To set that record.that they, now , hold .After, having fought so bold. Must they'now lose the last ; game - To NT AC, the one and same? 'Cause the students we thought • so 'brave ; Went .home, deserted the Plow- boys to a cold grave? The Plowboys won the laat game, ..but what a game. The team, ■ in1 our estimation, made only a. fair showing. The Coyotes had a fighting team. If their light string had bad the weight of the Plow- boys it would have been a -differ- ent etory. Only Tarleton's -beef tanked thein over. A better show- ing than that will have to be made if NT AC is taken into camp. Ev- ery ;ball club lias its off day, &o, Plowboys, get it out of your sys- Yqur Patronage is Always Appreciated at THE REXALLSTORE Service Drug Store Her Photograph By Edit*' it. Gu«ii Hero is her photogra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1935

S=a VOL. XVI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1,935 NUMBER 11 1 'J. i . j 425 STUDENTS WILL RIDE SPECIAL TO N.T.A.C. Turkey Day NTAC Train Will Take Enthusiastic Band of Tarletonites HOWELL ELECTED JUNIORPfiESIDENT Harry "Red" Howell, the smil- ing lad from Breckenridge, was elected president of the freshmen class Monday morning at student chapel. Being a natural leader Harry should make a fine presi- dent. He defeated Scott Casey and' Stewart Boney in a, closely con- tested election. Howell was a mem- ber of the "Outlaw Party." . Lewis Ford, star end of the Plowboys, was elected vice-presi- dent. His pleasing smile and per- sonality made him the popular choice of the freshmen. He was a member of the Morris party and defeated Coleman Smith of the Barton ticket and Jane Gracey of the Outlaws. In the closest and most, thrilling of the three elections Anita "Tuf- fy" Stewart of the Outlaw party emerged the victor over Grace Cantwell and Ruth Jo Jennings for secretary-treasu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1935

PAGE TWO TH:E. J-T A C j Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING EATE.S: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c oolutnn ineli. Address all communications to the J-Tae. TaTleton Station, Texas. 1935 Member -1936 Associated Chilef5iafe Press ■ Distributor of CoiiQ'dide Di6^sf STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Wayne Cowan W. C. Sellman Assistant Business Managers—-Mary Bert McAfee, Gregg Wilfong, Lillian ' Burns, Dixie Haiidrix. Associate Editor —.—-Clara Nell MeDeruiett News Editor 'J. _ - .....Vaudiue Williams Feature Editors Soeiety Editor Lyndsay and Wylie Phillips —.Frances Tate Earl Wilcoxson Sports Editor _■—— Exchange Editor J. Jack Bay Cox Reporters: - Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, BiHMerrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, Jimmy Morris, Fay Scarborough, Jack Morris, Mollie Katherine Kehderet, Jainea "Wilkerson, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1935

•; -'v- ' T H E J-TAC PAGE THREE Weatherologist Will Announce Invention Next Week; Varying Weather to Prevail Professor Koldfeet, who, you will, recall, just recently blew in froiri his ,summer's hibernation, has completed in the short span of a week all his weather calcula- tions for the year. Smiling and smoking his Hindu water pipe, Koldfeet dismissed a half-dozen Chinese servants in his laboratory and played the perfect host to the inquiring; reporter who interview- ed him Wednesday. "I hope," the professor began, "that I find you well today. Here, have a chocolate. No, take two. Why should . I be chinchy when I know today that the world lies at my feet? Quick, Horatio, bring my ' young friend cookies and a cup of tea." Overcomev by the warm recep- tion, the reporter found himself completely at a loss for words as he entered and sat down, Realiz-i ing it not in accordance with mod- ern ethics to enter a person's home and, without wasting words, be- gin eating, the youthful journ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1935

;-:; :.,.v..| &I -{'"Mj'r" . /••'«'' ' PAfiEr FOUR : ■ _■ ■•/•■•.;:;,:stf ilJr :' Is Explaittedj *.Jy Select Clothes and Position for'Effect ■ Hitch-hiking,,: like .r every; qthe? proieSSton, has a technique and caiiJ ■ Be " well done or badly: dorie.: 1 There are, however," a few rales' thai; ,every good hitchhiker should know-and observe. - • ' ■ First; costly thy, habit as thy purge can buy, but the cleaner and neater the better. And do not wear shaded glasses, as they hide the strongest point of appeal, the eyes, and tend to create needless sus- picion; Even a hat will detract greatly from your chances of stop- ping the motorist. Go. alone, u possible. Do not! flag ,a, woman, Al- ways stand oh the right aide of the road.. The driver can see you be,t-; ter, and there is less .cjjance.of getting- run over. It is. also an. .un- written -rvile of the road. Do'not take a stahd on an open stretch of road, when a curve is available, .Cars are more likely to stop here because they s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1935

TH E J-TAC ; v PAGE' • ' DRAMATIC Xt DILLY-DALLY "Big Business," a one-act play wiitten by Bob Shannon, a Tar- i leton student, is a play plainly j picturing' the lives of a boy and girl out of work in a large city, The problem to be solved is for them to find work before they starve, and the boy is discouraged because he is' foot-sore and tired, and decides to let come what will and not try again. Action is fast and humor and wisecracks are plentiful,, "Big. Business" will be presented iji chapel Monday morn- ing, the cast being Ben Goidbeck, a rich machine factory owner,* Lillian Burns, a lovely stenograph- er, and Tom Meredith, a mechani- cal engineer, ' The dramatization of books now makes up a large proportion of our movies, Two western stories that take our attention to the frontier are "The Virginian" and the "Wanderer of the Wasteland." Owen ' Wister's story of the true, square-shooting Virginian who fought for principles is adequate- ; ly portrayed by Gary Cooper in ■ a new...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1935

page six THB J-TAC P/f Tarleton Plowboys Win By 14-0 In Game Against the TMC Bulldogs RUSHING STARS FOR JTAC; INTERCEPTS SIX PASSES . Fighting hard the T. M. C. Bull- dogs held the Plowboys to a 14-0 score last Friday night on. Hays Field. The lighter line of the visit- ing' eleven held the running attacks of the Plowboys to few first downs. The hesivy line of the local eleven functioned well at certain times, and only when the Tarletoii goal was threatened. The game was rather evenly distributed with ground playing- and ,aerial losses. . The first tally came in the first period when Kennerly whizzed a bullet pass to Gray. Funderburk converted- Tarletoii again threaten- ■ ed when Gray passed to Kennerly who lateraled to another Plowboy. The threat was stopped when the Plowboys received a penalty of fif- teen yards for roughing. T. M. C. threatened several times but their chances were drowned by alert Plowboys who interrupted Bulldogs' passes at the crucial stage. Ricks, ace Bulldog ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1935

rv ■' h ' ; i- VOL. XVI. STEPHENVEULE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1935 NUMBER 12 .. i & ff '■ , r;- • RIVAL BAN OS GIVE AREAL EXHIBITION The bands of NTAC and John Tarleton had a Thanksgiving con- flict a3 well as the fwo football teams. Both bands sat together /while the game was going on. When NT AC. played Peruna, the number one1 trumpet player stood up and gave the crowd some real music. Alter' he finished his solo, Arli3 Wyatt, Tarieton's first-chair trum- pet player stood up and played the same solo over with plenty of rhy- thm and hokum mixed with it. Between halves it was a battl< of bands instead of football play era. Tarleton took the field firs! formed the" letters "N" and "T, and played the school songs. Thp NTAC band folowed Tar), - ton's band on the field iii a bis i of trumpets and a whirl of bate a by the high stepping drum r - jors. The band played the aeb^l aongs and marched off as a real military unit. JTAC SPECIAL TRAIN ' LOADED WITH OVER 400 GOING TO GA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1935

- ' "V: —.—■■ PAGE TWO THE J-TA'C ;.i :■ .rPpi^jshed :"V^eeSijf byftEo Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Btephenville, Texitta, underr act (|f Cojagress'of March 3, 1879. • A rtVKK'rrSTTfO Loeal;. 2§f! [column inch; foreign, 35c.'column inch. , Aqftgejfo>ft I et^oinviMjwitions tij>j:the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 Member i93<S ftssocidedi Qollegiale Press ' 'Distributor of GDllegiate Di6est ; STAFF ...Wayne Cowan W. C'. Sellmaa . Bditor-in-CJiief ... — —— Business Manager : , « ■ ■! Assistant Business Ifaiiagorfi—Alary Bert McAfee, Gregg Wilfong, Lillian ; ■ . Burns,; Bisie, HgindriXi ;?« Associate Editgr,.- ... Clara Nell McDermett News Editor . ' r ~*. t 7 -Vaudine Williams Feature1 Editors —LyndB&y and Wylie Phillips •"Society^Eaitoh^-iik--.' '" T-' =. - Frances Tate Sports •Editor ——~—:—Earl Wileoxson Exchange Editor — —----- -—- Jaek Ray Cos Reporters: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Bill Merrill, Charles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1935

-THE J-TAC PAGE TflREE HOOVER ADVOCATES RETURN TO IDEALS FOR TRUE LIBERTY Hoare and Laval Meet In Paris To Discuss , War Situation And Ask Fpr Peace The eyes of the world are again turning toward Paris today as. Sir ■ Samuel Hoare, British foreign sec- retary, meets Premier Lava! of France to . discuss the war situ- ation; It is expected thej* will ask Mussolini to submit peace' terms before* Dec. 12 when the League committee of 18 considers an em- bargo on oil, Rome remains silent on any peace proposal. Emperor Halle Selassie recently declared, "We shall never five up any part of Ethiopia!)", although he has asked the head of the Coptic Gash and Carry Suits C & P 50c College Tailors YOU MUST BE PLEASED ? College Barber i (We Please) Shop! EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT BARBECUE SANDWICHES OUR SPECIALTY MOORE'S Barbecue Stand T. M* Gordon, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office over Service Drug Store- Res. Ph. 468 Office PH. 74 City Barber Shop HAIBCtJTS 25c SHAVE iSe I,. D. Martin K. E. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1935

l.t j, .. 1,.^.^^ ..v, . , ,. . . - T** ■' u,-. I-Mfj .'yw-JV in ■■■■■-■;." ^ ■■ ■-■■ ■:■ y. r~, , ■- ; . s , ' 1:1 i PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC PLOWBOY This column is dedicated to those fighting Plowboys -who lost only one game during their 1935 conference schedule. The one game was THE ONE, but let's not cry over faded colors. The game should have been the Plowboys', but the little hu- man spark plug, Atkins, that steer- ed the Plowboys through former , gales, was absent. , , Let's remember that Purple and White eleven as it was during the last quarter of the TWC game when they drove up hill to score and win an all-but-lost battle. Eyes front! Tar let on, with Cap- tain Oran Spears at the helm, is headed for another undefeated sea- son in the old game of basket hit- ting. A mere Reminder for those in the dark: Tarleton has been unde- feated in basketball for the last two seasons. The coming season is going to be ditto. Get behind those boys early. Humor has it that Coach Wisdom has to go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1935

" .C7A\-.: •- ';. . "••/-:..-V'= '•' • ' '•' • f ■-;.- • : ••■-:•. - - . •■ • r. . :. . : ■j- •.■ ■• r.v • . - ■. • ■ -• : ■•; : • ^ v ■■ . ! : i ■ r- ,; r,;*- i ■ . ..-■ ^ 4' * -fa . '/' V. ,v. - ! .V . trW® ' ,v' '"V- VOL. XVI. E.E, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1935 NUMBER 13 Thirty-Five Tarleton Cagers Led By Capt. Spears Report to Practice TO BE HELD SUNDAV The Band, Orchestra, Chorus, and a vocal soloist will combine to make a Christmas ;pi:bgram to be given Sunday at 4:15 o'clock by the Fine Arts Department in. the ; College Auditorium. , • The following,program bias been •, announced: Five Yule-tide Songs. "Abenlied" (Seitz), "Tarleton Forever" (Joe Edwards), and "Gala Nights (Chenetti); by the College Band;.1 "There's a'Song in the Air" (Harker), sung by Odell Elliott; "The First Noel," "0 Lit- , tie Town of Buthlohpir," (Redner),' • "I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day" (Calkin), "Awakening Cho- rus" (Gabriel), f'AU Hail Iman- uel" (Gabriel), sung by the' Cho- rus; "Folk So...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1935

3''!. 3-:j- • -'V ' • ■V> I'/' PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published'Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College' Entered aa sccond-elass.mail matter at the Postoffiee in - Stephenville, Texas, under act of Oongreas of Mart'h 3, 1879. ' ADVERT IS IN G RATES: .'Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac. Tarleton. Station, Texas. / 1935 -Member 1936 Associated Golieftiate Press 1 • Distributor of (Me6iateDi6esf" STAFF , Editor-in-Chief _:1 1— I- ^ Business^iMfiii&^syi.- - —— ~— Assistant Business' Managers—Mary Bert McAfee, Gregg Wilf ong, Lillian Burns, Dixie Hendrii.. . Associate Editor ,__01ara NeH MeDermett 'News Editor - : -" --Vaurtuie Williams Feature Editors Society Editor - Sports Editor —- Lyudssiy and Wylie Phillips •• • '■ /. — Frances Tato 1 E.'i.rl Wilcoxson ..Jack Ray Cox Exehange Editor , • . Reporters; Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon,;Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, Jimmy Morris, Fay Scarborou...

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