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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 October 1936

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephen ville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25e column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1036 Member 1937 Plssocicded Gollefikie Press Distributors of CbHe6iate Di6est Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Ine, 420 Madison Avenue—New York City Chieago — Boston — San Francisco — Los Angeles — Portland Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager^ Associate Editor News Editor - Sports Editor Society Editor , - Feature Editor Exchange Editor — — Assistant Business Managers Faculty Adviser Guy McMurry Joe Kennedy Lillian Burns Jolm Allen Maurice Clayton _ _ Dixie Hen'irix Bill Pool George Samuclson Charles Brown, Gene Morgan __ Doilio Marie Glover REPORTERS—Jimnue Morris, Ritehie, Effie Lindsay, Doro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 October 1936

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOY Few spectators who witnessed the game on Hays Field Friday real- ized that there were three of Am- erica's greatest all time players on the field. They weren't in uniform, but their presence had its effect on those who knew about it. The players were two All-Americans and one All-American mention. Coach Sanders, formerly of S.M. U. and Flennikin, who so beauti- fully handled the referee position, were the all-Americans. Flennikin was formerly at Geneva College of Virginia and is now coach of East Texas Teachers. The other was "Cash" Gentry of Oklahoma who is now assistant coach at Cameron. there, students. The Plowboys may still go places. Those close enough to the play- ing field to hear the players would have heard Captain Bob Graves of the Plowboys ssiy many times, "Back to the reservation, Red- skins." Bob played his usual good game. Those Plowboys strutted their stuff against Cameron Aggies. The outstanding ones were Funder- burk, Pannell, Tinker, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 October 1936

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Dining Hall Statistics Show That Cadets And Co-eds Eat One Ton of Potatoes a Week and 1.22 Miles of Macaroni at Meat Buxom lads and lassies grace the J.T.A.C. campus these days, and why shouldn't they be buxom? The food consumption at the din- ing hall is quite astounding to the normal person who has never stop- ped to consider just how much food is consumed each day. It takes 2,000 slices of bacon and 10 gallons of coffee for breakfast. For one meal there is used 300 to 350 pounds of potatoes or one ton a week if served for one meal a day, 34 gallons of pork and beans, 150 pounds of cabbage, 10 gallons of gelatin and 18 gallons of fruits fcci mold fruit salad, 40 gallons of ice cream, 8 pans of cake or 3,400 cubic inches, 5 to 6 bunches of ba- nanas, and 150 pounds of toma- toes. Each day there is used 720 eggs, 100 gallons of milk, 3,600 slices of bread, and 300 to 400 pounds of meat or one beef. According- to Sam Venable and Reginald Henley, two of the hosts p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1936

VOL. XVII. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1036 NUMBER i. TARLETON SWAMPS THE DECATUR INDIANS 35-0 + Candidates For Officers of Senior Class Selected; Election Due Today WILFONG, SAMUELSON, AND POOL ARE FOR PRESIDENT Candidates for officers for the Senior Class were presented at the first meeting of the class held last Tuesday. The candidates are listed under three parties, and election of the officers will be held today in a special assembly at 5:15 in the lit- tle auditorium. , Party leaders are Tommy Gor- don, George Bryant, and Paul Peats. Deats heads the so-called "Outlaw Party." On Gordon's ticket Bill Pool is running for president, W- H. Wat- son for vice-president, and Mary Helen Lancaster for secretary- treasurer. On Bryant's ticket, George "Buddy" Samuelson is run- ning for president, Milton Schrank for vice president, and Marian Mays for secretary-treasurer. On Deat's ticket Gregg Wilfong is running for president, Lawrence Bledsce for vice president, and Bob- b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1936

PAGE- TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Filtered us second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under net of Congress of March 3, 1S79. A IJVEBTISIWG BATES: Local, £5c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1036 Member 1957 Plssocided Gbl(e6iaie Press Distributors of Collegiate 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 S T A F F Ivlitor-in-Chief — - Business Manager — —— Annotate Editor - - News Editor - Spurts Editor Society Editor ,, . Feature Editor X ? Exchange Editor George Samuelson Assistant Business .Managers - —- Charles Brown, Geno Morgan Faculty Adviser P°""> Mane Glovor . Guy McHurry Joe Kennedy ... Lillian Burns John Allen Maurice Clayton Dixie Hcndrix TtEPOllTTCRS—diminio Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1936

the j-tac page theee TARLETON PLOWBOYS FACE A. & M. VARSITY "B" TEAM FRIDAY Plowboys Take Conference Lead By Downing Indians; Hillsboro Also Wins NORTH TEXAS AGGIES TURN BACK. PARIS JUNIOR 20-0 Tarleton takes mi the powerful varsity "B" squad of A. & M. Col- lege next Friday tit College Sta- tion in a non-conference game. A. & M. has an unusually large squad this year, and reports from College Station indicates that the "B" team is almost as strong as the "Reg- ulars." The Pknvhoys are running into strong' opposition and will probably be the underdogs in this game, but favorites do not always win as the Plowboys showed the Cameron Aggies. This week the powerful N. T. A. f!_ team, a favorite to repeat for the championship of the Central Texas Junior College Conference, takes on Altus Junior College of Altus, Oklahoma. Last Friday the Junior Aggies of Arlington brush- ed aside Paris Junior College 20-0. Phil Case, an ex-Tarletonite, star- red in the victory by scoriny two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1936

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC liWtTWVimaifflu NAN SHELTON WRITES MISS SAVAGE FROM CALIFORNIA j\"an Shelton, secretary-treasurer of last year's senior class, now lives i nVeniee, California. She wrote to Miss Clara Savage, Dear1- of Worn- i-n, 11 ie first of this month:; and 'Miss lavage has given the J-Tac her Setter, j'.iri of her letter is printed as f<dlo\vs: Dear Miss Savage: — Tarloton ,-hi'Hii-l be well under way by now. Ifnw I wish T were in school there! T imagine that you have been terri- bly busy lately. Haven't you? !)iil I tell you about the time 1 went to Hollywood Bowl? I don't brieve I've ever enjoyed anything as much as the program there. Leo- pold Stokowski, Gladys Swart fr- ont, who saiiff arias from "Car- men." Victor Young, Frank For- rest, Frank Chapman, anil the daiu-e team of Vekz and Yolanda were among the artists. Paramount Studios sponsored the program and presented their artists. Gladys Swarthout was marvelous, and I surely enjoyed Velez and Yolanda. The Hollywoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1936

JT- L i r 9 vol. xvn. stephenville, texas, teusday, october 20, 1936 number 5. DAVID BRYANT IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF SENIOR CUSS Special Train Planned to Carry 500 Tarleton Students to Weatherford TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR $1.65 AT THREE PLACES Ticket sales started Thursday for a Tarleton special train to the foot- bal game with Weatherford Junior College to be played on November 13. The price of the tickets are $1.65, J. D. Killough, local agent, announced last week. Permission -was given by Dean J. Thomas Davis for Tarleton to take the special train provided 500 students will go. This will force al- most half the student body to make the trip to Weatherford. Present plans, according- to Dean Davis, are for the special train to leave Stephenville around 3:00 o'clock or later in the afternoon and reach Weatherford shortly be- fore the game time. The return trip will begin immediately after the game is over. Dean Davis plans for the dining hall to give sack lunches on that day. W. B. Mc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1936

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as secoiKl-class mall matter at the Postoffie.e in Stephenvi'.le, Texas, under act of Congress of Marsh 3, 1879. ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1937 Ptesociated Gbtle&iote Press Distributors of Gollegiole Di6esf Sole find Exclusive National Advertising Representatives NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, Inc. 420 Madison Avenue—-New York City Chicago — Boston — San 3?Vaneisco — Los Angeles Portland ■ Seattle STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - - <*uy McMurry Business Manager rir S™ Associate Editor - Lilian Burns S ' Mts Bdttor """'"VZ:Z:"Maurica Clayton Sport. Editor _ Dixie Hendrix Society Editor - Bill Pool Feature Editor - - •• G.-;*,*- Snmaclson Anthon Leigon, Hunter Smith, Lorenzo Riggms, John Gallalier, Arthur Wagy. ___ ——— BUY THAT TICKET NOW! On Friday tlie Thirteenth, nex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1936

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE AGGIE "B" TEAM DEFEATS TARLETON 13 TO 0 LAST FRIDAY French Government Fears Belgium Is Lost As France's Military Ally MARRIAGES DECREASE IN ITALY DESPITE IL DUCE French government expressed fears Sunday night that Belgium was lost to France forever as a military ally, despite Belgian as- surance for the present she con- siders all treaty obligations in ef- fect Belgium and France have a uni- lateral mutual assistance pact, Belgium is a member of the League of Nations, and both she and France was assured Belgium mili- tary aid only during the period be- fore any new Locarno conference policy from one of prewar neutral- ity. French Foreign Office officials pinned most of their hopes for a Belgian alliance in the event of ■war on Belgium's colonial and geo- graphical situations, rather than on an altered political trend with- in the nation itself. "The time may come", a spokes- man said, "when Belgium may have to think about protecting her colo- nies from aggressio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1936

PAGE FOUK THE J-TAC GRACEY NAMED AS "FAVORITES" EDITOR At a called meeting of the Grassburr staff Friday night Miss Jane Gracey was appointed to the position of "Favorites" editor. Miss Gracey formerly held the editorship of the Calendar sec- tion; however, that section will be abolished from the 1937 Grass- burr making1 way for newer ideas. Urging that all students be thinking1 about who their candi- dates for "favorites" will be, Miss Gracey announced that the elec- tion of favorites would be held November 12, during the student chapel period. The "favorites" section in the 1937 Grassburr will be unlike any published before in that all nomi- nees for favorites will have their pictures placed in the book as well as the students who are elected as favorites. Allotment of eight pages to that section was revealed by the editor- in-chief, Sam Venable, Friday night at the staff meeting. Careful Attention Given Over 400 Hens Which Are Quartered at Poultry Farm And Are Entries in Internat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1936

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1936 NUMBER 6. CRACK MILITARY COMPANY TO BE ORGANIZED BY CORPS Boys" Dorm. Sponsors Dr. Bryant's Medicine Show of Tarleton Talent PROCEEDS WILL PURCHASE AN ELECTRIC PRESSING MACHINE In response to popular demand a second parade of Tarleton talent will cross the stage of thy audi- torium tomorrow night at 7 p. m. This time the performance will be a medicine show expounding the merits of "Dr. Bryant's Blue Seal Mountain Herbs." Unable to reveal the character of the various events to be on the program, A. V. Blalock, manager of the show, said, "We cannot an- nounce the personnel of the cast or make known the nature of any of the entertainment, as we intend the show to be a complete surprise to the public." Proceeds from the production will go to buy an electric pressing machine for use in the boys' new dormitory. A dress rehearsal will be held tonight at which time show officials will make final adjustments and arrangements. Dr. Brya...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1936

THE J-TAC AMPUS eyhole CAMPUS CAMERA Published Weekly liy the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the PostofTice in Stepheuville, Texas, under act of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Tesas. !036 Member 1977 Plssociofed Collegiate Press Distributors of Cblle6icife Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief . .. Business Manager Associate Editor News 'Editor . — Sports Editor - Society Editor - Feature Editor Exchange Editor .... . Assistant Business Managers Faculty Adviser . Guy McMurry . Joe Kennedy Lillian Burns John Allen . . .. ... Maurice Clayton Dixie Ilendrix Hill Pool George Samuelson Charles Brown, Gene Morgan Dollie Mario Glover REPORTERS—Jijrunio Morris, Charles Miller, Harold Starling, Logan Ritchie, Effic Lindsay, Dorothy Kennedy, Smokcy Kitten, Lucile Moaer, Anthon Leigori, Hunter Smith, Lorenzo Biggins, John Gnllaher, Arthur Wagv, Virginia hkott, .Jeanne Rollins. JErFIEiLNTi.a FOB NATIONAL SDv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1936

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC mir&no rn v s t e ay twisi WAY STRETCH Lr Liitcr £ty eOtoaOia^1 Hosiery tiiat wears a d wears - yet looks sheer and alluring. The secret is the twist. 79c - SI.00 - $1.15 $1.35 > ) \ !'LOWBOY Our Plowboys played good ball against. A. & M. but the Aggies managed to push over two touch- downs. These came just before the half and in the last quarter. The outstanding i'or the Plow- buys' line were Graves, Holcomb, Hunt, Parks, Zetch, and Moore. The outstanding 111 the backfield were Bagg'ett, Matthews, Tinker, Parish and Boa'z, at Blakeney 's of Course! Zeteh, a tackle, who lettered on A. & M. freshman team last year, played a good game. He is not so very large but he has plenty of hus- tle and knows what he is doing. He is liable to see lots of service the rest, of the season. Pannell, truly an all-conference tackle, couldn't get. started against the Aggies, but don't worry about this boy. He'll he in there and breaking up those plays the re- mainder o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1936

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC CHATTER XX CADET and CADETTE ^ +++++++++H+++I+++H++++ n Senior President Promises Drinks; Other Officers Will Follow His Efficient Policy If I were a little mouse with my abode in the girls' dump, I would witness and hear many "goings on." About Imo Gene Caudle hiding under a hod when Miss Hearon almost cmiprht her in another girl's room after 11:00 p, m. About the midnight oil that is burned by the industrious co-eds each night while they study—foods and designs. About the disastrous flood in the Moody Hall caused by an over- flowing lavatory. Swirling- waters coming; from room 460 were first discovered by downstairs occu- pants, naturally. About the affairs of each g-irl— but my ears, if 1 were u mouse— i would be too small to hear all of j it. I'm a freshman and a freshman j can't think so where does that set me? David Bryant, otherwise known as "Buoger," stated to a J-Tae re- porter that the first thingr he in- lends to do in his new position as president of ...

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

VOL. XVII. STEFHEJfVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1936 NUMBER 7. JOHN TARLETON NOSES OUT T. 1 C. BULLDOGS 11 TO 7 Boys' Dormitory Named J. Thomas Davis Hall by Pres. Walton and Board DEAN DAVIS GIVEN CREDIT FOR GROWTH OF COLLEGE The new boys' dormitory has been named J. Thomas Davis Hall according- to announcement receiv- ed from. T. 0. "Walton, President of A. & M. College. This announce- ment was made in chapel Monday morning by Gabe Lewis, registrar, stating that the new dormitory in Dean Davis' name was to be a mon- ument to him. Mr. Lewis stated that Dean Da- vis is a great man and one that de- serves all the honors which have been bestowed upon him. He is a member of the Commission of Higher Learning- of the Southern Association of Colleges and Second- ary Schools, a member of a com- mission to re-write the constitu- tion of the Southern Association, an assistant secretary and a mem- ber of the executive committee of the American Junior College Asso- ciation, a directu...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered aa second-class mail matter at the Postoifice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1937 Ptaockied Collegiate Press Distributors of GoHe&iate Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager.. _.. Associate Editor NewB Editor — Sports Editor — Society Editor — . Feature Editor Exchange Editor - Assistant Business Managers Faculty Adviser REPORTERS—Jitnmie Morris, Charles Miller, Harold Starling, Logan Ritchie, Effie Lindsay, Dorothy Kennedy, Smokey Killen, Lucile Hoaer, AnthOn T.eigon, Hunter Smith, Lorenzo Biggina, John Gallaher, Arthur Wa^, Virginia Scott, .10:1111)0 Rollins. Rgl Be5CNTED FOR NAtldMAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising 5ervice,'lnc. College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave, NewYohk, N.Y. Chicago . boston • san Francisco Los ANSELES - PORTLAND ■ SEATTLE CONCENTRATE ON ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 November 1936

THE J-TAC PAGE THHEE TARLETON TAKES OH T.W.C HEREONHAVS FIELD FRIDAY NIGHT Funderburk Resumes Practice; N. T. A. C. Defeats Coyotes By 20 to 6 Tarleton faces Texas Wesleyan College of Fort Worth on Hays Field Friday night. The T. W. C. team defeated N, T. A. C. 6 to 0 two weeks ago, and a comparison of the two heated rivals will at least be approximated. Last year Tarleton came from behind to down T. W. C. 7 to 6 and the Rams are out to avenge the defeat. Keports from Fort Worth state the team will be at full strength for the first time since their opening1 game. Clifford "Cocky" Funderburk started working- out after a three- weeks' layout. The Plowboy star may be ready to go Friday. N. T. A, C. downed Weatherford 20 to 6 in a conference game last Friday. It was ^homecoming for the Coyotes. This week Decatur tangles with the Junior Ags at Arlington, T. M. C. meets Wesley at Greenville, and Weatherford takes on Clifton. Collegiate Review <By Associated Collegiate Press) The inaugu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 November 1936

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC ABOUND WASHINGTON By ARNOLD SERWEK Associated Collegium Presa G'orresp indent asking for young people to write for and edit their papers. As time goes on, with fewer and fewer openings available on the estab- lished dailies, it will be to the new labor papers that these young peo- ple wil lturn. Milwaukee, Wis. — Reports a have read from newsmen in this and adjoining states, along with my own observations during trav- els in these parts, have led me to certain conclusions that may be of interest to young men and women in our colleges who are seriously contemplating journalism as a ca- reer. These conclusions are to the ef- fect that the country, particularly the Middlewest and the North- west, is within the next three years going to see a great boom in the field af labor journalism. Weeklies, and in some places even dailies, are going to spring up by the score. They will be labor pa- pers, devoted to the cause of labor, mainly supported by labor. In some cases th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1936

vol. xvn. STEPHENVl'I/LE, TEXAS, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1936 STtfOLBEK 9. CAMPUS FAVORITES ARE CHOSEN BY TARLETON STUDENTS Martin Johansen Elected President Of Juniors; Latham,Vice-President MARJORIE PAGE IS CHOSEN AS SECRETARY-TREASURER Martin Johansen of Corsicana was elected president of the junior class in an election held at a class meeting last Thursday. November 12. Other officers and sponsors were also •elected, Billie Latham of Stephenville was elected vice-president, and Marjorie Page of Cisco was elected secretary-treasurer. Sponsors se- lected were A. M. McMahan and Miss Neva Cox. In the race for president Johan- sen defeated Alfred Coffey and Billy Jaek Wisdom. Coffey ran second. Johansen was also elected a campus favorite and is a mem- ber of the Dragons. For vice-president Billy Latham barely nosed out Hugh Gragg with Ted Ruth third in the race. Latham is a member of the Talons club. Marjorie Page defeated Mar- garet Stacy and Ett'ie Lindsay in the race for secretary-tr...

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