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

5: ~tT VOIi. XVI. STBPHENVILI.E, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1936 NUMBER 29 TARLETON TO SEND DELEGATES TO STUDENT CONVENTIONS Goldbeck, McDermett, and Williams To Attend Press Meeting at Alpine REPRESENTATIVES ELECTED AT PRESS CLUE MEETING Clara Nell McDermett, associate editor of the J-Tac, and Ben T. Goldbeck, club editor of the Grass- burr, were elected by the Press Club Tuesday night to attend the Texas Interscollegiate Press Association meeting: at Sul Ross State Teach- ers' College, Alpine, from April 16 to April 18; Clara Nell will repre- sent the J-Tac, and Ben will repre- sent the Grassburr. Vaudine Will- iams, president of the Press Club and news editor of the J-Tac, will be the representative from the Press Club. Miss Roberta Clay, fac- ulty adviser to the publications, will complete the party which will rep- resent Tarleton at the convention. McDermett and Goldbeck were elected to fill the vacancies left by Wayne Cowan, editor of the J-Tac, and "Williams Paul Jones, edito...

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

Page Two The J-Tac tions to the progress of civilization have come from sons of the lower or working class. True, many worthy achievements have been made by wealthy men, but wealth does not place men in the leisure class. The leisure class has repeatedly been overthrown and obliter- ated by a disgusted, oppressed working class. Witness the French and Russian revolutions. Published Weekly by the Studf-nts of Jolm Tfirletoii Onlli'ge Entered aa second-class mail matter iit the Poatoffire in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of Mnrrh 3, 187!). ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25o column inch; foreign, 3Se column im-li. Address all communications to the J*T:ic. T.irleton Station, Trxna. Chicago 1935 Member 1936 Associated Golle&iate Press Distributor of Golle6iate Di6est Sole ana Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, lue. 420 Madison Avenue—New York City Boston — San Francisco — Los Angeles — Portland — Seattle ! The leisure class of today, w...

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

The J-Tac Page Three TARLETON PLANS SPECTACULAR PAGEANT IN MAY Centennial Pageant To Be Presented On Tarleton Athletic Field May 16th SEVEN EPISODES IN TEXAS HISTORY TO BE ENACTED Tarleton's Texas Centennial Pag- eant will be on-e of the largest of its kind in the State. This pageant will be held May 16 at 8 p. m. on the athletic field. Special guests to view this progra mwill be Governor James V. Allred and the State Board of Directors from Austin. The pageant will consist of seven episodes. They include Texas under the rule of the French, the Spanish, the Mexicans, as a Republic, under the Confederacy, and the United States. The finale will he Texas to- day. The band will furnish music 111 keeping with the spirit of the pro- gram. The French episode will show how La Salle came td Texas and set up the first real European settlement on Texas soil, Fort St. Louis, six miles above the mouth of the La- vaca River. This also shows how La Salle was murdered by his own men. The second epi...

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

Page Four Without the Old Family Album, How Do Modern People Survive Sunday Afternoon The J-Tac *^r^*^rimr-irrngnw^iw«rf-ai A generation ago the family al- bum was a national institution. A home without one was like a kennel wthout a dog. A balmy Sunday afternoon never found a house swarming with visitors if it happened to be thus unendowed. The album was the main attrac- tion and any family without one was socially undermined. Howev- er, almost every home had one and each member of the family could loaf through it with pride and point out at least one becom- ing tintype of himself; of if one's own picture was not flattering enough to permit exhibition, he might display a remarkable like- ness of Uncle Ben, who owned a large department store in Chica- go before the Great War. According to tradition, the first page of these picture-books was given, over to a verse or two of sentimental rhyme, probably in- tended to put one in the proper mood for enjoying the book and usually lauding ...

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

VOL. XVI. STEPHENVLLLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1936 NUMBER 30 TARLETON TENNIS TEAM TO PLAY N. T. A. C. WEDNESDAY Wilkins Goes To Detroit To 'Iron Out' Problems Faced At Tarleton CURRENT ISSUES AND PLANS TO BE DISCUSSED AND MADE Charlie S, Wilkins, registrar of John Tarleton College, left Sun- day for the convention of American Association of Collegiate Registr- ars at Detroit to discuss present day problems of colleges through- out the United States. This twen- ty-fourth national convention is be- ing held in Detroit for the second time, having been held there in 1910 for the first time. Many current issues will be dis- cussed and plans made to carry out these every day college issues. Some of the most important ques- tions are these viewpoints of the registrars from presidents, deans, and the registrars themselves. The problem of admission into colleges will also be an important problem; such as, "Intelligent Admission," "Securing More Highly Selected Student Bodies," and "The ...

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

Page Two The J-Tac AMPUS eyhole Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as seeond-eluss mail matter at the Postoffiee in StephenviHe, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, ADVERTISING KATES: Local, 25e column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all communication3 to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas. 1935 Member 193*5 Associated Colle State Press Distributor of Oolle6iaie Digest Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Kepreaentativea NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, lac. 420 Madison Avenue—New York City Chicago —- Boston — San Francisco — Los Angeles — Portland — Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief —- \^a£ne0CnWai1 Business Manager - ■]$' C. Sellman Assistant Business Managers—Gregg Wilfong, Lillian Burns Dixie Hendrix. Associate Editor — - Clara Nell McUermett News Editor . Vaudine WilliatUB —-Lyndsay and Wylie Phillips Frances Tate ..Earl Wileoison feature Editors — Society Editor — Sports Editor r , „ _ Exchange Editor Jack Kay Cox Reporters: Elbert...

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

The J-Tac Page Three Roosevelt Suggests Plan Limiting Work Years To Care For Unemployed COL. KNOX LEADS BORAH IN ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN VOTE Declaring that it is right and pos- sible to limit the active working1 years of Americans at both ends, President Roosevelt scored the idea of a permanent unemployed class in a speech to the Young Demo- crats at Baltimore. lie suggested limiting working years to 47, from 18 to 65. With the young people under IS in school and the older people over 05 retired in security, unemployment would be taken care of. Roosevelt called on youth to be "social pioneers" in solving the problems of modern society. This was considered the opening speech in his campaign for re-election. Ex-President Hoover replied to President Roosevelt's speech of shorter hours and age limitations for workers with a fiv-e-point pro- gram of employment including- re- duction of government expenditur- es, balancing1 the budget, establish- ing a real currency, stopage of in- flation o...

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

Page Four The J-Tac A Freshman Steps Out MISS WESTBROOK GIVES EASTER HUNT FOB SOTS "Are you sure this is Tarleton avenue?" "But, it doesn't look the same after dark, does it?" "Oh! What is that pretty little building—and isn't, that the love- liest park—what a beautiful tree, and that stone circular bench—is that what you can a sunken gar- den?" "Are you going down there and see it—Um-m that's fun—but! are you sure the dean won't care?" "Oh! You oughta know, you've been up here two years, and if you say he won't care—wel-1-1-." "Gee1 these rocks are cold—Oh! Oh! lookia all those couples run- ning' over there—did we scare them? Are you sure it's all right to sit nown here? Oke-Doke!" "Look, they're all coming back— why they're sitting down on that grass—h'mm, I'll bet they get wet. Uh—don't do that—I don't care if they are. An I bet that's what you tell all the girls." "Where's that couple going over there?" "Oh, the Ward School—but we didn't have permits to go over there. Are they g...

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

VOL. XVI. 8TEEHEITVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 25 1936 NXTMBEE Zl STUDENT LEADERS LEAVE FOR GLEN ROSE CONFERENCE Parents* Day Changed From May 4 to May 16 Governor Allred Will Deliver An Address At 10:30 In Auditorium SENIORS WILL OBSERVE MAY 16 AS THEIR DAY Parents' Day is changed from May 4 to May 16. It is being chang- as Governor Allred will be a visitor at Tarleton at that time. It has always been, the custom to have Parents' Day the first Sunday and Monday of May; the annual May Fete was held on Monday. This year the May Pete will be replaced by the Centennial Pageant, which will be presented May 1G. May 16 is scheduled to be a day of excitment and enjoyment. The senior class will present a program at 10 o'clock in the morning In the college auditorium. Following this program the seniors will present the portrait of Dean Davis to the College, This program ths year is being cut to 30 minutes in order that Governor Allred may make his address at 10:30, which will also be given ...

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

Page Two The J-Tac AMPUS eyhole Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Poatoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Cortgresa of March 3, 2379. ADVERTISING KATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column Inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas. rf>35 Member 1936 Plssociciiod Colle&iaEe Press Distributor of Colle6iate Di6esf Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Inc. 420 Madison Avenue—New York City Chicago — Boston — San Francisco — Los Angelea — Portland — Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief .Wayne Cowan Business Manager C. Bellman Assistant Business Managers—Gregg Wilfong, Lillian Burns Dixie Ilendnx. Associate Editor __ -.--Clara Nell McDerinett News Editor _ - - ?^,ir'r Feature Editors Lyndsay and Wylie Philhpa Society Editor , -••FFa««8 rate SportB Editor Earl Wileoxson Exchange Editor — Jack Ray Cox Reporters: Elbert Adams, Bob Sha...

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

The J-Tac Page Three PLOWBOY NET STARS TRAMPLE NTAC AND HOWARD PAYNE Undefeated Tarleton Netters Down N. T. A, C. 8-1; Scott Wins Over Butler PLAYERS DROP ONLY ONE OF NINE SETS WEDNESDAY The undefeated tennis team of Tarleton "won easily over thy N. T. A. C. Junior Aggie netters, 8-1, on the Arlington courts Wednesday. Randolph Scott, ranking player on the Plowboy squad, played bril- liant tennis and won handily over N. T. A. C.'s star man, Butler, 6-2, 6-2, Hughes had but little trouble in downing Childs of the N, T. A. C. squad, 6-1, 6-4. Davis won over Snyder 7-5, 6-1, and Moore had little trouble in downing Witt, 6-2, 6-2. Wilkerson lost a close decision to Lincoln, 7-5, 3-6, 6-2. Chase, having a little dif- ficulty with his shots in the open- ing s<its, was forced to a three set match with Armstrong before win- ning 9-7, 4-6, 6-2. Scott and Hughes^ after a shaky start and dropping the first set to the crack doubles team of Butler and Childs, 5-7, regained their old time form...

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

Page Four The J-Tac SKULLS ENTERTAIN WITH DANCE IN REC HALL FRIDAY Skulls Club entertained with a dance in the Recreation Hall Fri- day night, Api-il 10, The following attended: Curtis Meeks, Imogene Caudle, A. V. Bla- lock, Ruth Jo Jennings, Williams Day, Ruby Dulaney, John D. Har- per, Sarah Lee Durham, Bedford Furr, Anita Stewart, Merle D-e- lany, Charlene Bratton, Freeman Smith, Edwin a Sparks, Travis Key, Ruth Martin, Paul Roberts, Misa Jester, Edwin Dyess, Louise Roe> Wayne Cowan, Mickey Sporer, Paul Jones, Grace Cantwell, Peyton Weaver, Marion Madolyn Mays, Joe Emerson, Alice May Shanafelt, Billy White, Lillian Burns, Frank Fisher, Nadine Harkrider, Reuben Friou, Nora Belle Latham, Mr. Randolph, La Verne Whitacre, Mr, Guy Fox, Eleanor Bell, Jude Smith, Dixie Hendrix, James Carrigan, Marjorie Morris, Robert Skinner, Mary Lee Fullager, Edward Bryant, Mary E. Jones, George Bryant, Norma Ratliff, Reginald Henley, Dessa Lee Hair, Paul Marr, Miss Nelson, Harold Murphy, Miss Sava...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 May 1936

VOL. XVI. STEPHENVIItliE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1936 NUMBER 32 ELECTION OF STUDENT OFFICERS SET FOR MONDAY MORNING STUDESTCOIFERENCE SUPPORTS ACADEMIC FEE, CLUB_MEBGEBS Resolutions passed by the Stu- dent Leadership Conference held at Los Tres Rios Camp, Glen Rose on April 25-26, 1935, follow: 1. Due to excessive social func- tions, cost, and other complications arising from social clubs in John Tarleton, this conference recom- mends a merging- of social clubs. The number of boys' clubs shall not exceed four and the number of girls' shall not exceed three. The method of merging will be decided by members of the clubs. The min- imum number of members in boys' and girls' cluba shall be twenty. 2. Resolved that this conference after much serious thought and consideration shall go on record as supporting a student academic fee of eight dollars payable at date of registration (a saving of one dollar per year for the individual stu- dent) and an academic fee of five dollars and fifty ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 May 1936

Page Two The J-Tac tfrrtTrrmir" ifinnr Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered aa flocond-cIasH mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch, Address all communications to the J-Tac. Tarleton Station, Texas, 1933 Member -1936 Associated Collegiate Press Distributor of Oolle6iate Di6esf Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Inc. 420 Madison Avenue—New York City Chicago — Boston — San Francisco — Los Angeles — Portland — Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - ~^a£nesC,?™n Business Manager — —- -r \r ° a^-t Assistant Business Managers—Gregg Wilfong, Lillian Bums Dixie Hendnx Associate Editor Clara Nell McDermett News Editor - "T-~~r V*£in« Feature Editors Lyndsay and Wylie l'*" hpa Society Editor 1* Sport/Editor - ' ^ Exchange Editor — Jack Hay C x Reporters; Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Bill Merrill, Cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 May 1936

Page Tour Major Bender— (Continued from page 1) pected to he a visitor here during federal inspection. He is relieved from assignment and duty with the 2Sd Infantry, Fort Sam Hous- ton, in special orders issued by the War Department at Washington, Major Bender received hia L.L.B. from the University of Tennessee in 1916. He is a gradu- ate of infantry school in the class of 1923. Captain Davis has been at Tar- leton for six years, exceeding by two years the customary limit placed on army officers serving in colleges. While he has been here, the Cadet Corps has been consist- ently rated "excellent" by the in- specting officer at the annual fed- eral inspection. Captain Davis ex- pects to be detailed for foreign duty, but he has not yet received his orders. The J-Tag itrfiTii~ f iinnTTi —ffiffiriin Bill To Give- (Continued from page 1) Senator Luis Munoz Marin, head of the Liberal party of Puerto Rico and principal spokesman for independence, declares the measure lacks provisions for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 May 1936

VOL. XVI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1936 NUMBER 33 CHARLIE ATKINS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL Roosevelt Receives Large Democratic Vote in California Primary Election ALLRED WILL SPEAK HERE PARENTS' DM; PAGEANT TO FOLLOW MUSSOLINI UPSETS EXPERTS AND CAPTURES ETHIOPIA Roosevelt received a Democratic vote in the California presidential primaries Wednesday that was greater than the combined total of the other tickets in both parties together. Hoover and the Old Guard Re- publicans, supporting- an unin- structed delegation, defeated Gov- ernor Landon of Kansas. Landon's supporters immediately declared that he was still in the running for the state's 44 convention votes be- cause the winning' ticket was "free." Roosevelt defeated Democratic tickets led by Upton Sinclair, advo- cating a product ion-for-use plank in the national platform, and Con- gressman John S. McGroarty, au- thor of the Townsend old age pen- sion bill. Pageant Will Portray the Different Stages of Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 May 1936

Page Two The J-Tac Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Poatoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35C column inch. Address all comuuiniftations to the J-Tac. T&rletou Station, T vSU-■ 1935 Kfember 1936 Associated Golle6iate Press Distributor of Golle6iate Digest Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Inc. 420 Madison Avenue—New York City Chicago — Boston — San Francisco — Los Angeles — Portland Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - Business Manager — TYf' . ,T * • Assistant Business Managers—Gregg Vt'ilfong, Lillian Burns Dixie Hen ri . jOttS*"- ~-:^£2£%S£ JTeatut. Editor. ——Lyndaay >nd Wyli. HA* ,, . , . Frances Tate Exchange Editor : - Jack Co Reporters: Elbert Adams, Bob Shannon, Bill Merrill, Charles Miller, Ann Eldysa Jarratt, Pay Scarborough, Mollie Katherine Behdeis, James WU- ker...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 May 1936

The J-Tag Page Three PLOWBOY TRACKSTERS SWEEP CONFERENCE TRACK MEET Track Team Masses Total of 107 Points; Places First in 14 Events MOSER LEADS PLOWBOYS SCORING WITH ViV'i POINTS The Tarleton Plowboys won the Central Texas Conference track meet at Hillsboro May 2, with a to- tal of 107 points, NT AC was sec- ond with 38'j paints, Hillsboro placed third with 13M> points, and Weatherford finished fourth with IS points. The Plowboys won every first place except the shot put which was won by NTAC. They brought home 35 medals and a silver cup. Every Member of the squad that entered the meet lettered. Ralph Moser was high point man of the meet with 121- points. John Harper was second with HVi points. The records that were broken are as fellows: -140-yard dash record of ! .7 was lowered to 51.6 by John H-irper, High jump r ecu id of 6 ■fvet was bettered by Curtis May- ruvrd who cleared 6 feet 1 inch. The mile run record was lowered by Travis Key to 4.45, and the 100- yard dash record o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 May 1936

Page Four The J-Tac Roosevelt Receives (CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE) whatever obstacles Italy feared would delay her. The Nationalist party of Puerto Rico demands withdrawal of the armed forces of the United States, declaring Puerto Rico has never be- longed to the United States. Albize Campos, leader of the Nationalists, bases hia demands on a treaty between Spain and Puerto Rico in 1897, giving the island a charter of autonomy and recogniz- ing the country as sovereign, free, and independent. A free nation could not be subject to wars involv- ing Spain, he declares. He further states that the Treaty of Paris of 1899, forced on Spain by the United States, is null and void so far as Puerto Rico is concerned, and that military intervention by the United States is the "most brutal and abus- ive act of force perpetrated in con- temporary history." CADET awl CADETTE CHATTER Reginald Henley, sometimes known as "Hailey," is becoming one of the most faithful little bu- glers Tarleton has ever ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 May 1936

"tC VOL. 2CVI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1936 NtfMBEE 34 GOV. ALLRED WILL FEATURE PROGRAM TODAY Commencement, Graduation Program Announced For Saturday and Monday HON. T. B. HYDER TO GIVE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS Programs for commencement ex- ercises on Sunday and graduation F-xcri:v-r-; on Monday have been, an- nounced from the executive office ■<t the college. The programs follow: Sunila.v, May 17, 11 a. 111. Pi lcyssion; prelude, orchestra; song, ''Come, Thou Almighty King," audience; invocation, Rev. S, L. Culwell; "Hail Xmmanuel," chorus; scripture reading-, Rev. W. R. Tow ell; sermon, Rev. Edwin C. Boynton, First Christian church, Huntsville, Texas; song, "Onward, Christian Soldiers," audience; bene- diction, Eev. C. V. Dunn; postlude, orchestra. Monday, May 18, 10 a. m. Procession; prelude, orchestra; song:, "The Color Song," audience; invocation, Rev. L. S. Mal'kham; selection, double sextette; com- mencement address, Honorable Tom Bullock Hyder, Lewisville, Texa...

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