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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1935

V. < • H Z-: y ■ v:. j* ■TEE J-T A C PAGE THREE N . '' # v TARLETON DEAN IS HONORED s.i- j,- "■«! -i~ Jtf-y ,„^^!l£!&ta>a..„ „ . - *& 3 J t „ J f ..a* J '.,'fflg V J ' T * 1" - <"H fc-s |B plp^pR4 «'->•? « •;: H- ? -3.V? f ■* r - ■*-„■•> ^V/ > r-^ > r - -tLT- * >. ■ti""-trIfc-- SfV .r?f ■ |Wpitti#MwPWw %e:i: -, ■• 4.; HEP jr. 'THOMAS DAVIS DEAN Or ■ TABLE TON .COLLEGE SINCE 1919 WAS ELECTEp PEESIDENT ; I: . OF ^THE .SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OP COLLEGES AT THE ASSOCIATION CONVENTION LAST WEEK ., IN: LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY, ffflli mM* m % J. THOMAS DAVIS SOCIETY O.W.L.S. ENTERTAIN. GUESTS WITH DINNER AND PARTY The 0 W,. L. £. club entertained with a Christmas dinner at the Mothershed Cottage and a theatre party Wednesday- evening. Table decorations of poinsetti and fern were used between large candles. A lovely four-course tur- key dinner was served with Miss Sammy Casbeer, president of the O, W. L. S-, acting as hostess. After the dinner, entertainment was fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1935

' ^V-. j AGE FOUR THE J.TAC V ' + . 1 ■■■; : TerpisFor Settlemento!f Ethiopian (Question Rejected by Haile- Selassie JAPAN GIVES SUPREMACY ON SEAS TO GREAT BRITAIN. Latest terms for the settlement of the Ethiopian question have been emphatically rejected by Emperor Haile Selassie, as giving a prem- ium to Italy for aggression in de- fiance of the league of Nations. The tentative plans submitted by •prance and , England would give Italy Ethiopian territory con- necting Eritrea ad Italian Somali- land and unofficial control of more land south of Addis Ababa. Mus- solini was expected to refuse unless given dominating / control, but "P(ould probably use the proposals as a basis for negotiations. The small nations of the Little Entente . and Scandinavian Penin- sula united to protest against the action of the League of Nations in permitting II Puc.e to conduct the African campaign; these nations fear similar aggression if the Lea- gue Covenant is disregarded. - Japan is willing for Great...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1935

rT. j I 5: VOL. XVI. STEPHENVIXjLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, 1JECEMBEK 21, 1935 . MTJMBEE 14 3 H! ' ■ > I >. ■ Students to Name Favorites—Beauty^ Soldier, Best Fish, All-Tarletonites STUDENTS CAN MAKE THEIE NOMINATIONS JANUARY 6 Tarleton's outstanding students are to be elected by the students immediately on returning from the Christmas holidays. The All-Tarle- ton Girl, All-Tarleton Boy, Prettiest Girl, Most Military ' Man, Best Freshman Girl, and Best Freshman Boy are the ones to be chosen. Each of these students will be given a full page picture in the Grassburr. Students will nominate the candi- dates by ballot in student ehapel on January 6. Anyone may be nomina- ted for election. The final election will be held on . the following Mon- day. The students should decide on •whom they wish before chapel time. Last year Norma Ratliff was se- lected the Best Freshman Girl, and Ted Crowther was selected the Best Freshman Boy. Both are here this year. FINE ARTS PROGRAM PRESENTED TO 1 Ynl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC 4 ( " . SOCIETY LES LUNETTES ENTERTAIN WITH CHRISTMAS DINNER Published Weekly by the Students of Jolin Tarleton College Entered us second-class mail matter at the'Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, uiiiler :)rt of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING KATES: Local, 25c column inch'; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tuc. Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 ' Member -1936' Ptesociaiod ChUe6iate Press Distributor of ..Cblle6iate Di6est STAFF Wayne Cowan W. C. Sellman -Mary Bert McAfee, Gregg Wilfong, Lillian : Clara Nell McDermett — Vaudiue Williams ! LyiiAsay and'.Wylie Phillips Frances Tate „£arl Wik'oxson Editor-in-Chief - Business Manager Assistant Business Managers Burns, Dixie Hendrix. Associate Editor — News Editor : —— Feature Editors Society Editor Sports Editor ,. , ... Exchange Editor ------------JacK 9CX Reporters: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Wayne Cowley, Jimmy Morris, Fay Scarborou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1935

THE J-T A C PAGE THREE . *f ■'■. 'Ji"' - ';■■=' :r ' ' V *- • 'V Doubek "Went Down to the Sea in ShipsJ Saw Storms and South Sea Moonlight Thomas Edward Doubeck, wire- less operator and navogator from Bay City, has' had more fun and seen more of the old sphere than 90 per cent of us in all our entire lives. He 'eft Galveston on the S. S. Wildwood, bound for" thriving, .noisy New York. After spending three and a half days and nights, mostly nights, in-the cabarets, the wine, women, and song are not bad, soliloquizes Tho- mas. Edward—the young key wag- gler shipped to Baltimore. England was the next step af- ter Maryland. Several days were spent in Liverpool and ,London and in strolling through the quaint, picturesque countryside of old England. Reluctantly leaving England, Poubek next saw the turban-head- ed natives of Morocco. This beau- tiful country with its robed Mo- hammedans was quite fascinating. The S, S. Wildwood left Morocco for tjorfolk, Virginia, where it went in for annu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1935

7®' PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Prof essor Koldfeet Goes Haywire, Flees Reporter, Receives Letter From Denver Word has been received from Professor Koldfeet, idol of the weatherologists, who recently 'went hay-wire and skipped the country. Fear was at first felt for the old gentleman, but his letter banish- ed all forebodings as to his wel- fare. The following bit of corres- pondence, dated Dec. 17, from Denver, Colo., was received Wed- nesday; - "Dear Reporter: You were per- haps surprised when I scrammed, but you see when I decide to go somewhere, I ju£t go, no matter where I am or anything. At the time this present urge ft>r new ad- venture hit me, I had only one shoe on, ijiy coat was off, and the coffee was boiling. But being a profound obeyer of. impulses, I just proceeded to take off, forget- ting everything save the lust for travel. "Seated in the lobby of the De Luxe Hotel, Denver, I now realize that perhaps I was a bit hasty and should have said bon voyage or something to frien...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1935

THE J-TAC PAGE FIVE Laval, Baldwin Defend Peace Plan; Masaryk Resigns Czech Presidency AMERICA HONORS PIONEERS WIIO FURTHERED AVIATION White Premier Laval of France proceeded in his defense of the Anglo-French peace plan with the confidence of the Chamber of De- puties, Prime Minister Baldwin planned to demand a similar vote of confidence from the House of Commons after an angry attack from the Labor party in a demand for a vote of censure. As in France, Baldwin is assured victory, though the bitterness may remain. Musso- lini, who was expected to reply to peace proposals at the grand coun- cil meeting: Wednesday night,' was also thoug-ht to be willing to ae-' cept the plans with the reservation that Great Britain and France show that Italian commercial activity in the proposed area of Italian coloni- zation has not already been taken by other interests. Thomas G. Masarylc, 85-year-old "little father" of Czechoslovakia who worked his way lip from a blacksmith's apprentice to the pre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1935

■} - ■. 'i .> PAGE SIX THE J-TAC PLOWBOY Sh! Silence! Solitude! Peace pervades the earth! Zatta is going to give you all a , big Christmas present, here and now! Ready! Here it is—Sh-Sh-Santy's. on. his ■way. Then, too, Studes and Folkses, I guess you can have two weeks to celebrate this Yuletide. Make merry while the spirit prevails. School days will .soon come again. Arkansas has a basketball club that averages about 6 feet 3 in- ches. Wot of that- So does Tarle- ton! An' we, have to go two more winners to set a record of the most consecutive games; even Ar- kansas can't say that. Guess we are the best. LETTERS ARE AWARDED Letters Are Awarded 19 Men For '35; Graves, Gray, Elected Co-Caps for '36 FINLEY EXCELS IN TRACK, BASKETBALL SANDERS TO TAKE WISDOM'S PLACE AS FOOTBALL COACH Well, well! Just when is this gle basket-hitting season going to start? The boys are impatient for the gong; why is the coach hold- ing back? Take the boys off the leash. - Good prospects for a successfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1936

'"■S r=SI t ts±3 VOLUME XVI. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1936 NUMBER 15. v.! /H TONITES Graves, Jones, and Ford Win Close Elections For Grassburr Favorites JONES IS MOST MILITARY, FORD BEST FRESHMAN BOY j Bob Graves of Uvalde nosed £d- . wm Dyess, Albany, out in the elec- tion Friday by a very close margin for All-Tarleton Boy. Paul Jones led the field for Most Military Man with George Collins running a close second. In the race for Best Fresh- man-Boy, Lewis Ford' won by a good margin with the other three candidates running neck and neck- 1 Bob Graves has lettered in foot- ball for twVi years and was elected co-captain of the football team for the next year. He is a member of the Silver Key Club and the "T" Association, and is president of the Senior Class, Edwin Dyess is a ma- jor in the Cadet Corps, president of the Student Council, member of the "T" Association, letter man in track, and a member of the Drag- ons' Club. Cowan and Elliott were the other candidates....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1936

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College "i^Tas second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Btephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1S79. Tnv-p-RTTSTNG BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. ^(W^eSair communications to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, TwM. 1935 Member '1936 Associated Golleftiate Press . ' Distributor of 'Cblle6iate Di6esl STAFF Editor-in-Chief SSTiSE Burns, Pixie Hendnx. - clara NeU Mcpermett Associate Janitor — ' * Vatidine Williams News Editor n - Wayne Cowan T .....W, C. Sellman ..Ly:i(is;iy and Wylie Phillips Frances Tata ....Earl Wileoxson Feature Editors ..^ : —- —— Society Editor --- , _ Sports Editor —— ~ '""ZjaVk Bay Cox Exchange Edrtor Bob "sKanM^ BilT'Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Watf Wayne'Cowley, Jimmy Morris, Fay Scarborough Jack Morris MolUe KlZrtn, EehderB, James Wilkersop,: Marine Turner, Ernest Brown, Billle Stewart, Cortez lOHen. , , Good Indian's Prayer Oh, Powers that be, make m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1936

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Dead Week Is Catastrophe For Many; Social Affairs Forbidden; Telephones Go Dead Week is the calamity that freshmen are told horrible tales of from the day of entrance. It is a catastrophe indeed because quiet- ness must prevail. All such world- ly pleasures as radios, gatherings, and weekly dates.must be abandon- ed, School books are taken off dus- ty shelves and thumbed through rapidly in deep concentration: Since the beginning' of the black week a large number of true rom- ances, love stories, and others have been going the rounds of the rooms, causing- a little interest. Every day the assignments are burying us deeper and deeper, but a little thing like assignments nev* er worried anyone—to death. The worst universally accepted thing about everything, however, is the vacant walla that the tele- phones left when they were re- moved. One little freshman pinned a sign on the wall stating that if each girl would pay the sum of twenty cents to pay the bill, the te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1936

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC ft Tar let on Downs Ranger 70-6 Tuesday In Forty-Third Consecutive Winning TABLETON PLACES 3 ON ALLtGONFERENCE ■ Arlington, Jan 4.—Football coa- ches of the Central Texas Confer- ence have selected their first and second - all-Conference teams. , Six members of the champion- ship North Texas Aggie squad were given all-Conference ratings. In addition, three from John Tar- leton and one from both Texas Military College and Decatur Bap- tist College yarned conference hon- ors. The first, team follows: Ford, JTAC, and Dellc, NTAC,- ends; Counts, NTAC, and Blacki ^TMC, tackles; Svadlenak, NTAC, and Rogers, Decatur Ba,ptist College, guards; Rushing, JTAC, center; Jackson, NTAC; Bearden, NTAC; Funderburk, JTAC, and Cage, N TAG, backs, ■ Players placed on the second team were as follows: Lumus, TMC, and Collins, JTAC, ends; Jenkins, JTAC, and Curik, NTAC, tackles; Graves, JTAC, and Fow- ler, NTAC, guards; Pope, NTAC, center; Williams, TMC, Medley, Decatur. Baptist Colleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1936

\ ; f ^ i :t 1 * V r! $ SL- V " .'1 ■A . ■■; V-^ VOIi. XVI, STEPHENVILX.B, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1936 NUMBER 16 BOXING IS RE-ESTABLISHED AS SPORT IN TARLETON Equipment for Boxing Club Ordered; Backed by Wisdom; Student Council 35 PRESENT AT MEETING; ELIMINATIONS TO BE SOON Under the direction of Bill Webb and Woodrow Killian, the boxing team has finally been organized. The Student Council and Coach Wisdom are backing this group with much enthusiasm. . They hope to arrange bouts with NT AC, Weatherford, and others. Ag soon as the second semester is started, they will begin work. Some equipment has been ordered, and as soon, as this arrives the group will begin, working1 out. They have ordered three pairs of gloves, . headgears, handwraps, and ropes. They are planning to get some punching- bags and sand bags later on. At the first meeting about 35 ■were present, who have intentions of being members. Some of them are noted for their slinging of the gloves. Inter class contest wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1936

v • ==^= Pqge Twog[ The J-Tac •a Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered" as second-clasS mail matter at tlie Postoffice in Stepfyeiiville, ■ , Teisas, under act of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879. : ADViilBTISIN6 BATES.: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. : Address all commiiiucations to the J-Tac. Tarleton Statioa, Texas., , it)35 Member -1935 . , Associated Colleftiate Press • r., , • . Distributor of v Oolle6idfe Di6cst Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives ■ ■ - NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERYICtE, Inc. 42$ Madison Ayeime^-New York City Chicago — Boston — San Francisco — Log Angeles — Portland ■ Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business'ftlanage* .Wayne Cowan \V, C. Sellman Li"iaSaM MS Associate ^Editor .... ----- _.yaudine Williams ' 'T^ndsay and Wylie Phillips .'-Feature Editors. r* J _ Franees Tate . Society Editor . -1—— - - -- — _ i___Earl wilcosson Sports Editor ~ .'-.T^k Bay Cox Reporters: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Bill Merril...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1936

The J-Tac •3?v V v *• :, World Holds Its Breath to See The End of "Uncle Remus Up-to-Date" BABY BOND BONUS BILL FACES'TWO OBSTACLES The world holds its breath to see how the "Uncle Remus up-to- date" . story; portrayed by the Dallas News, with Ethiopia as the tar baby, Mussolonl as Brer'Iiabbit and England as the lion waiting just over- the hill, will end.. On Jan. 20 the council of the League of Nations meets in . Geneva to consider an oil embargo against Italy. About. Jan. 20, 92 French warships will pass through the - SU'sit of Gilbralter to join the British 'fleet in the Mediterran- ean, , following the recent conver- sations" between Eng'lish and the French military experts. It is be- lieved that the crippling influence of boycotts, plus the Ethiopian suc- cesses and the beginning of the rainy season, will force Mussolini to sue for peace before oil em- bargoes are needed. It remains to ba seen who- can bluff the longest. Slated for a quiet passage, the baby . bond bonus bill f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1936

-vv-yy- Page Four The J-Tac 1.1. !■'' . % PLOWBOY Well, yes, students, gather 'round And le's watch those PI'boys go to town Led by Cap's} Spears, that For- ney lad, Who we admit isn't a bit bad,. Those boys of the' Purple and White ■ , ' r Are certainly putting up "one great, big fight To make this the third straight year In which their backers haven't shed a tear. II those Plowboys keep going on without a single loss, , . They'll crown them as the Boss. And so continue the . Plowboys ' on their undefeated record. Stu- dents, let's keep .pushing those deserving. Plowboys onward and upward; they deserve every ounce of our support. Wal, yes, folks, Hull is the name. Mistuh Thurman Hull from down Hughes Springs, ways. For- mer all-state high forward and our choice of one of the most promising of Coach Wisdom's new men. Like all new comers, he was nervous at first but he is crowding the reg- ulars for scoring honors ripw. Hull is a happy-go-lucky, constant smil- ing young Plo-wboy for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1936

■ft) vol. xvr. STEPHBNVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1936 NUMBER 17 ■V Next Sernester Promises to Be Greater Than Last One; Basketball, Track, Boxing, Pageants, and Graduation are Highlights ■AS . T'h6 new Semester holds ma ay surprises and disappointments for the students of Tarleton College. It promises to be even greater than the' first • semester. The continua- tion of the basketball Reason', box- ing, track; golf, and tennis will take- the' place of the successful football season that has just pass- ed. Among- the most , important fea- tures of the: second semester are the elections for next year,: promo- tions in the cadet corps, gradua- tion, April Fool program^ spring holidays, pageant, Parents Day, Senior. Day,- federal inspection, ^ girl's rifle teani and the issuing, of the: Grassburr. The basketball team has already started on what looks- to be one of the best season's Plowhoys have ever had. They have won five games in the last part of pf the first term making a to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1936

■ • * '■ •: scs-Wfv-i-jv vft", / f ■ Page Two - The J-Tac V I v. ! ^ J "Has Man Learned Nothing?" U. of T. Professor Asks In Lecture Saturday -Published Weekly by the. Students of John Tarleton College Knicjcii usj second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stepheiiville, i Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e.column inch, 11 Address all communications to the j^Tac. Tatleton Station, Texas. €Mcago: 1935 Meniber -1936 Associated Colio6icib Press , . Distributor of v Golle6kfe Dfeesi • Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives ' y " : . HATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Inc. '■* :V ' •••". .420 Madison Avenue—New York City ;, y Bostoii "-r- Saii Francisco — Los Angeles —r Portland —■ Seattle DR. PATTERSON DISCUSSES THEORIES OP GOVERNMENT STAFF Jiditor-iji-Oii ief Business Manager _ ; . __ Wayne Cowan .Business Manager 7- -— ——- 1 VT~—.O-SrflinMi Assistant Business Managers—Gregg Wilfong, Lillian Burns Dixie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1936

... 4 • The J-Tac Page, Three ■ ' ' *s ' ,i :■ . •*« :"3- ' V V ' ;■ 1 l4' •y Allred Receives Medal for Work On Constructive Legislation in '35 WALES IS PROCLAIMED EDWARD VIII OF ENGLAND Governor James V. Allred—the Moaj/ outstanding young- man in the United States in 1935, accord- ing- in the National United States Jjmior Chamber of Commerce. Al- len Whitfield, president of the chamber, presented Allred a dia- mond-studded, gold key in recog- ration of his work at the annual dinner of the Houston Junior Chamber of Commerce Wednesday night. The youngest governor now in office received the award for his leadership in such legislation as 'the old-age pensioii law, drivers' licenses, and abolition of the fee 1 system for county officers, his county parole board plan which has won national acclaim for its usa of existing- service clubs as pa- i role boards to aid paroled convicts in getting a new star, his cam- paign against lawlessness which has materially decreased crime in Texas duri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1936

PLOWBOY ' Well, Studes, now that it hap'- ens ag'in and ag'in :Let's see that, it never comes to a tin', This;. scoring1 record' of th« Plo'boy five Le's unite and keep it alive. Dose boys, Cap'n Spears, Jude, ^Joe, Fin, 'n'Britt^- . All I- can say—they've'got the. grit, , ■' ■ Well! I- say. right- here- arid . now, Le's keep pilshin' 'cm so last, and "how! That they won't have to bow To any team, no matter who Shall; come up. to oppose them, they' too . Will succumb to the; poundin' Plowbpys feet In j:ust, another resounding, top-heavy-defeat^ -: And so gaily the. Plowboys trip, along on their undefeated season. , Yes, 49 straight scalps have been Hung to the: Purple--'n' White wam- pum. belt. . Whom were the boos from in the Hillsboro game? I thought true bJ.oo<3ed. Indians could, take, defeat stoically.. Why. the boas? Students, have you noticed this Crumptpn. lad?- He. is one talented goal hitter. .Before he takes off .a ihwjQlg. 'n' White? auit we; predict that he will go do...

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