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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1936

'■1 VOL. XVI. STEPHENVIlfLE, JEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1936 NUMBER 18 NEW TERM BRINGS INNOVATION IN GIRLS' ATHLETICS Hoiise Overrides President's Veto With Senate Upholding Their Vote NOISE IS MORE EVIDENT AT NOON AND MIDNIGHT 1 When President Roosevelt ve- toed the bonus bill the veto was written with pen, and ink for the first time since the nineteenth cen- tury. The 206-word message stated that the president had given his reasons for vetoing the bonus last year,-that his "eonvictions are as impelling today as they were then. Therefore I cannot change." Within an hour the House had overridden the veto by a vote of 322 to 98. The Seriate upheld the action of the house. At last Massachusetts'. has had a change of heart toward Roger Williams, but only because Rhode Island asked her to. Last week a committee of the Legislature voted unanimously to extend a pardon to Roger Williams, convicted in 1635 of "holding heretical beliefs and banished from the colony-" With four companions W...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1936

Page Two The J-Tac VAMPUS IV ey hole Published Weakly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class. mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stcphcaville, Texas, under act of Congress of'March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES: LocaJ, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c coliimn inch, J Addresa all communications to the J-Tae. Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 Member 1936 Associated Gulle&iate Press ; Distributor 6f Cblle6icie Di6est Solo and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SEBVICE, Ine. 420 Madison Avenue—New York City _ Chicago — Boston — Sa.11 Francisco — Los Angeles — Portland Seattle STAFF ■ Editor-in-Chief — Business Manager — JT- U Beuman toLtat Mangm-Jtogg « }gZ&£*" feature Editors Society- Editor - Sports Editor _Lyndaay and Wylie Phillips .Prances Tate " ••••Bti.rl Wileoison . Jack Bay Gox Reporters: Albert~ Adams," Bob Shannon Bill Merrill, Carles Miller, Ann Bldvas Jarratfc, Fay Scarborough, Jack Moms, Molhe Katherme Behde , James Wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1936

Tiik J-TAC Page Three v 1 "vr" P":'sy N ONE MONTH'S WORK J.T.A.C. Plowboys and Hornets Will Meet in Another Struggle Here Tuesday TO ERASE THANKSGiyING'S MEMORY IS TARLETON'S AIM When the John Tarleton Plow- boys and the NTAC Horrfets of Arlington struggle for the first tip-off, Tuesday'night at 7:30, the Plowboy cagers will.be tattling to erase the burning memory of the withering defeat that the Junior Aggies handed .Tarleton on the gridiron Thanksgiving Day. When these two traditional rivals get to- gether, be it on the gridiron, court, cinder path, or any field of sport or .activity — a bitterly-contested and hard-fought battle can be ex- pected with no danger of disap- pointment. Games between Tarle- ton and NTAC are always filled with the fight, fire, and enthusiasm . which combine to create an. inter- ing and thrilling gaipe for fans and players alike. In games be- ' tween these rivals every player gives his best at every minute he is in the game,- making the play faster and m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1936

Page Four The J-Tac Koldfeef s Predictions Come True and Denver Suffers Weather Palpitations ■_ +■ Just as the enquiring reporter was despairing of getting Profes- sor Koldfeet's weekly letter on the subject of weather, there came to him. a bulky package .marked "Fragile; either handle with care or don't handle!" The package was wrapped with' red 'wrapping paper- The return address was as follows: "Professor Koldfeet and Company-Consolidated Weather Bureau Company, Inc., 345' West -Huntington Avenue, Zerotown, Idaho." With trembling hands the reporter unwrapped the package, which turned out to be just a let- ter, and a one-pager at that. Loads of paper, confetti, cardboard and weather has there been such frea- portation, with a total postage cost : of more than $10. - The contents of the letter as re- vealed by the reporter are as fol- lows (The reader will please bear with the eccentric style of Kold- feet, who flunked all his college courses in journalism): ' "Dear Reporter: My fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1936

J VOL. XVI. STEPHENVIIiLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEEK-lTARY 8, 1936 NUMBER 19 f , ■*. * W v TELEVISION TO BE Presidential Campaign Begins With Projects of Many Announcements GREECE OFFERS TO. PAY 35 PER CENT OF WAR DEBT Last week the guns boomed in the opening of what James A. Far- ley, Democratic National Chairman predicted will be the dirtiest cam- paign in history. Senator Borah of Idaho was the first of the Re- publican prospects to formally an- nounce his candidacy. He declares he will attempt to free the party from the domination of the old guard and destroy th^ "favorite son" method of nominations. Gov- ernor Alf Landon of Kansas and Col. Frank Knox of Illinois have made recent speeches which point to early announcements. Landon seems to be in the lead in popular opinion. In company with "take a walk" Smith, Borah, Talmadge, and Lan- don attacked the administration. President Roosevelt remains silent; Senator Robinson is alone in his defense speeches. As conservative Democrats are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1936

Page Two The J-Tac Published (Weekly by the Students of John. Tarleton College Entered as seeorict-elass mail matter at the Poatoffiee in StephenviUe, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1870. ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all eommuaicatioaa to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas. 193$ Member 1936 Associated Golle6iate Press : : Distributor of " GDile6iate Digest 'Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives . . . NATIONAL ADYBKTIS1NG SERVICE,, Inc.- ■ 420 Madison Avemie—Nev^ York City Chicago — Boston — San Francisco Los Angeles — Portland -r- Seattle STAFF Ijditor-iri Chief, r™_ - 3a??oC«Waa 'Business Manager "-1.—~ —j-Jf* .P* Assistant. Business Managers—Gregg Wilf ong, Lillian Burns Djrcie Henanx. Associate Editor Clara Nell MeDermett News Editor- ' c Vaudme Williams S^tnre Editors : Lyndaa^ and Wylie PJ«U ps Society Editor Tate Sports Editor ■ - J--—.—— — *** Exchange Editor - ■—^—■—■ - Jack Eay ■' ^ Bepokevs: Elbert...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1936

The J-Tac Page Three .ft BRITT LEADS PLOWBOYS TO VICTORY OVER N. T. A. C. Plowboys to Tangle With Daniel Baker Hill Billies Friday Night ABILENE TEAM TO TRY FOR 1ST WIN IN SEVERAL YEARS Friday Feb. 14th the strong Dan- iel Baker . Hill Billies will invade the Plowboy gym to make a deter- mined bid for their first victory in several years over the highly touted Tarleton team. By scoring decisive victories over the. power- ful Rams of Texas Wesleyan Col- lege of Fort Worth and the Me- Murry Indians of Abilene,, the Dan- iel Baker team demonstrated their right to the reputation of a power- < ful quintet. After defeating Mc- Murry 62-24, they soundly defeated the TWC team 54-43. Displaying a fast-breaking offense which is led by two great forwards, Captain McDartie.l and McCulley, and tHeir sharpshooting center,' Davenport, the Hill Billies offer tough opposi- tion "to any foe. Capable- defense is supplied by four steady guards, Payne, Morris, Chrane, and New- ton. , The Plowboys wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1936

T" i Page Four The J-Tac M AMP US Hear ye, hear ye, this Kangaroo court of this institution is now- call- ed to order. ■ I say, Deal;?, old thing, 'ave you beene reading- your, etiquette again? By jove, one needs think of - one's etiquette, v.-hen one encoun- ters so many uncouth persons. Chunky—a, one word indication for Mary E. (I'm a -wampus cat) Jones. ', * t ■ Always gets his. tno-i-- that bra- wny, euaaing, drinking Bryant . Hairbreadth Cowan. 0. D. and rammed everything but a brick wall. Hoc 5?ad you didn't see a good hard wall, Junior. Headliner: Dyeas—Katliff. secret love affair exposed in brawl.'Pur- loined photograph led Mickey Mouse to suspect Ben T. The Mouse juihped Benjamin, but Ben failed to respond. > She was. both proud and shy as she', donned her little military uni- form and hit the cadence of. "Bring- ing in the. Sheaves"—to march un- affected into her home-town church She had made- good off at college, and' Nadipe Keith didii't intend , to let it escape the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1936

=1 ■: J . i VOL, XVI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1936 NUMBER, aa ■* V - I -< l V r. 118 STUDENTS ARE NAMED ON SEMESTER HONOR ROLL Co-Operation by U. S. In Regard To Oil Sanctions on Italy Is Doubtful WASHINGTON-BERLIN LINE PLANS BEING DISCUSSED Co-Operatiori By U. S. A new naval pact between lead- ing nations is in sight. American delegates to the almost-dead con- ference met British leaders to dis- cuss the proposed limitations of capital construction by Great Brit- ain, Prance, Italy, and the United States, to two ships of 35,000 tons and fourteen-inch guns, French delegates were consulting- the Cab- inet at Paris. The powers will re- consider the proposal soon. They have already agreed on cruisers, aircraft carriers, submarines, and other war vessels. The chief pro- blem now is hciw to invite Japan, Russia, and Germany to join the pact. Each nation has its own plan. The strengthening of the Pan- American peace pact is believed to be the object of a new Pan-Am-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1936

f: Page Two The J-Tac Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee 111 Stephenville, Tbxbs, under act of Congress of Marcb 3, 1879, AfiVj-I H'l'lSING BATES; Local, 25c column inch; 'foreign, 3E>e column inch. AddreBB all communications to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 Member 79 36 Associated Golle6ide Press Distributer of Cblte6iate Digest Bole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Inc. 420 Madison Avenue—New York City Chicago — Boston — San-Francisco ■— Los Angeles — Portland — Seattle STAFF COURTESY In this age of the fast living generation, we seem to forget a few things that in the, old days, were unforgivable, . Among these, courtesy demands attention, but sometimes we meet people who need more than a. gentle reminder. Did you ever speak to a person and have him look at you as if you were a plate glass window? Have you ever jostled against & person in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1936

1 : The J-Tac fygefUwe * ! t - : St " V- PLOWBOYS TO PLAY WEATHERFORD AND DECATUR Plowboys Win No. 55 Over Rams With Long End of 39-25 Score Friday Night FINLEY OPENS PLAY WITH GOAL UM FIRST MINUTE The rampaging Plowboy cagers of John Tarleton defeated the strong Texas Wesleyan Rams of Fort Worth 39-25 here Friday, February 7, to mark up their 55th consecutive victory. Fighting back a determined Earn team, which had previously defeated T. C. U; by a decisive score and held the power- ful Fort Worth Jaycee independ- ent team to a S-point victory, the Plowboy team functioned with its usual brilliance,. class, and spirit and after the first few minutes was nevfer seriously threatened. In Carter, Day, and Harding the Earns presented three of the most skillful ball handlers'and polished floor men that Tarleton fans have had the opportunity of seeing this year. Carter sunk four long field goals to give the spectators a bea- utiful exhibition of long range ac- curacy. For Tarleton Finley a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1936

.V-V -v-C Page Four The J-Tac \ f. > FIRST WOMEN'S DEAN— (Continued from page; 1) finement and culture. "His ambition was to educate himself in America, to become a doctor, and to return to Syria;to teach and heal among his people. But Turkish massacres resulted in the slaying of all the male mem- bers of his family, and he was as- sured that he £00 would be killed if he returned. This caused him to - remain in the United States, Be- ' * cause he had to. make his way by ■ hard work, it took him years to complete his training. When at last it was accomplished, he began his career in Oklahoma, where it seems he has attracted national at- tention. "I have related this because I know that you are interested in the success of all Tarletonites. I might add that Mr. Shadid was highly pleased with the instruction which he received at our College and. also with the kindly way in which he was treated by the citi- zens. . "Another student /whom I should like to mention is Doyle D. Jack- son...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1936

TH VOL. XVI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1936 NUMBEB.21 ; i. r J. COUNCIL ENDS BUSIEST WEEK OF YEAR Council Offers Money Prizes For New Words, Music To School Song TEXAS FLAG TO BE FLOWN WITH UNITED STATES FLAG When this day ends, the Student Council of John Tarleton will have completed one of the busiest and most vai'ied weekly programs ever turned out by a student council here. After placing two of its' members. Bill Merrill and George Collins, in charge of all boxing activities, except for the actual training supervision, early in, the week, the council rested Tuesday only to plunge into a Series of movements Wednesday which car- ried through the entire week. Plans were made to secure a Texas flag and to celebrate Tex- as Centennial in Tarleton by rais- ing it each day with , the U. S. flag. To . help the senior class ob- tain its money for thij senior memorial, the council made arran- gements with the fiscal office whereby students might pay through their compens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1936

' i /■■■ Page Two The J-Tac AMPUS eyhole Published Weekly by the Students of John Turletoii College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee In Stephcnville, ji Texas, under act of Congress,of March 3, 1879. ■ ApYEETISING:BATES: -JUxjal, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch, Address ^Hcointnuiiieatipiis to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. i£>35 Member 1936 Pusocided Colle6iate Press ■ , Distributor of V Golle6ra!e Di6est , ' .A' - •' . ; Sole and Exclusive National Advertising ^Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SEE VICE, Inc.. .420 Madison Avenue—Nmv York City Chicago*—■ Boston1 .—- San Francisco Los Angelea — Portland Seattle STAFF Wlm-MM : ~~~ Business Manager ;— — - ■- Assintant Business Managers—Gregg Wilfong, Lillian Burns I jxic Hendnx Associate Editor Clara Ne l McDemet Nhw Editor ' ' ■" : . -—* Vaudme Williams Feature Editors ^ Lyndsay and Wylie Sadety Editor _ ' Exchange Editor^l 1 -IZJIl-ll-Z lijaek Hay Cos Exporters: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1936

The J-Tac Page Three 1 1* * '■ Tarleton Plowboys Win Hardest Game Of Season By Defeating Decatur INDIANS LOSE BY THE SLIM ' .. MARGIN. OF 1 POINT; 39-38 The . Tarleton Plowboys barely skimmed over their hardest hurdle of the season by defeating- Decatur 39 to 38 Tuesday night in the most exciting game ever played in the Decatur gym. The crowd was yell- ing'and standing on their feet from the opening whistle until the end ■ of the game. 1 Decatur gathered seven points . before the Tarleton club ever had scored.: Britt broke through and ■ scored two points with two De- catur men hanging on him. Head- Stream tallied" and Finley follow- ed bringing- the score up to 7-6. Captain Oran turned in one o| the finest defensive games of the season. He broke up many plays and intercepted some passes that would have b§en. sure, goals for Decatur. Capt. Spears cohered Pigg like a blanket until he was fouled out of the game. Spears held him to four free shots. In Spears' three games at Tarleton thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1936

I Page Four The: J-Tac si ^SOCIETY BMk -J.- -- >- SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GtVEN FOR SID GRACEY Sid Gracey -was honored with a with a birthday, surprise, party given Sunday night in the south P'!0; SID GRACEY : parlor of the Dormitory by several of her girl friends. The honor guest entered the parlor and was greeted with a "Happy Birthday" song. From a large table guests •served themselves in buffet style, passing on to another table where they were served coffee by Nora Belle Latham; Later a large birth- day cake wifh 19 candles waa then placed before Sid, who served it to ,Lhe guests. Ice cream was served from another table. Those attending* .the surprise party were Sid Gracey, Marvin Eatliff; Jennie Lee Withers, David Bryant; Melba Ator, Bill Sansmg; Nora Belle Latham, Reuben Frio; Frances Tate, Bill Kennerly; Erma Wolfe, Carroll King; Peggy Ellis; Red Hoivell; Louise Roe, Lamar Davis; Mary Bert' McAfee, John Lee; Jane Gracey, Otto Garter; Norma Eatliff, Tootsie Fisher; Nadi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 February 1936

I £ ?: - - ■ ;• i ~ !'■? ■ - VOL. XVI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1936 NUMBER 22 Daily Workouts Aid Plowboy Track jYfeti To Whip Into Perfect Condition FRAZIER TURNS, OUT MANY CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS Tarleton always has a winning team. The mass of cups, trophies, and honors that Coach Fraziei brings in to fill the old trophy case in the hall of the Administration Building shows the prowess of his lads and the talent of this cunning coach in giving the Purple and White standard such an array o£ formidable cinder stars. The hoys go to Fort Worth to- compete in the Fat Stock Show and win hon- ors; they engage in duel meets with Howard Payne, Daniel Baker, and go so far as to engage the highly touted A, & M. Freshmen in m-eets. In these, few of the many meets that the tracksters engage in before the final Central Texas Central Texas Conference track meet, they usually bring the long numerals home. These boys work long and hard -.in gruelling daily work outs in or- der to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 February 1936

Page Two The J-Tac ': ( •i ■ {• - There's No Use Wasting Wind Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College; : Entered as second-class mail matter at the: Poatoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of CongTess of Mareli 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25e column inch; foreign, 35a column inch, / Address all communications to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas* 1935 Member 1936 Plssodcited CbUe&ide Press I Distributor of GoHe6icrfe Digest ■■ Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVEETISIKO SEBYIOE, Ine, , , . 430 Madison Avenue—New York City Chicago — Boston San Francisco — Los Angeles Portland —• Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business -Manager ...Wayne Cowan JWV C. Selinaan X)U8j.Ud xu.ttaiixgcj. —-——— r -■ — „ , . Assistant Business Managers— Crregg Wilfong, Lillian Burns Dixie Hendrix. Associate Editor Clara Nell McDermett News-Editor — : _r—Va Lyndsay and Wylie Phillips Frances Tate _Earl Wilcosson Feature Editors ——.—— .—— Society...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 February 1936

\ ■ The J-Tac Page Three. PLOWBOYS DOWN WEATHERFORD 44-30 FOR 58TH VICTORY Plowboys Chalk Up Total of 891 Points To Opponents 294 In Basketball Season In looking back over the victor- ious basketbalj season of the Plow- boys, eighteen games have been, won .by the Tarletwi Cagers, which . climaxed a long string of victor- ious started three seasons past. The Plowboys started the sea- son off with a bang by -winning ov- er the weak Hanger Junior .College quintet 70-6. Following teams were rolled over until the Plowboys met the strong Howard Fayne Yellow- jackets in the local gym. The first few Minutes oi both games were clqse, fast playing, tense momenta ■ of action. The Plowboys next, saw stiff competition from the Hills- boro Indians in their own territory. After losing- twice to the Plow- boys, the H. P. Yellowjackets set themselves to take the Tarletonites when they invaded Brownwood. It was a close game with the Jackets being nosed out 29-26 in the latter phase of the game. The T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 February 1936

Page Four The Mac Spaii(isfi Visc<mde, Formpr Etdn Student, Now Attends Tarleton As David Fuller Do you know Visconde .JQavid Antonio Esteban Francisco Muji- ca Mayagaitia Portu Icaza de Ca- porros y Gortayre? You may not recognize the name but you.have seen him on the cam- pus. He is better known as David Puller to the students he associates , with. Fuller is of Spanish nobility and was at one time a student of Eton College in England, In other . vrords, John Tarleton College has a student of the nobility who at- tended Eton College for a little over five months. Fuller, whose . present home is in Galveston, is now taking high- school work at Tarleton. He entered at rrud-term, . Fuller was born in Madrid, ■ Spain) and was one of twin broth- ers. His brother was the oldest of the twins. David lived, in Madrid until'January, 1925, when his fam- ily went to Vera Cruz, Mexico, and later to Mexico City. It was at this time that the family suffered a . severe misfortune. David's fathe...

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