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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1936

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the PostoiYice hi Stephcnvslle, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarlcton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1917 CUsocioted Golle&iale Press Distributors of Gollefiiate Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief Guy McMurry Business Manager * — - Joe Kennedy Associate Editor - — Lillian Bums News Editor .... John Allen Sports Editor Maurice Clayton Society Editor Dixie Hendrix Feature Editor Bili P°o1 Exchange Editor George Sanmelson Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Gene Morgan Faculty Adviser ' • Doilic Marie Plover REPORTERS—Jinnnie Morris, Charles Miller, Harold Starling, Logan Ritchie, Kffie Lindsay, Dorothy Kennedy, Stnokey Killen, Lucilo Moser, Anthon Leigon, Hunter Smith, Lorenzo Riggins, John Gallaher, Arthur Wagy, Virginia Scott, Jeanne Rollins. imiiuN'H. Abvsurib^i-J-G if National Advertising Service, Inc. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1936

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE WEATHERFORD UPSETS TARLETON BY WINNING Be Sure That Your Shoes Are In Good Shape Have Them Repaired At— Electric Shoe Shop M. C. NICHOLS FRUIT STAND CHOICE FRUITS AND CANDIES Cash and Carry Suits Cleaned & Pressed 50c College Tailors CAGERS BEGIN WORK TO HOLD WIN STREAK Holding a record of GO consecu- tive victories, the John Tarleton Plovvboy basketeers have started practice for the coming season by working out twice a week. Coach W. J. Wisdom, Tarleton basketball genius, has a tough job ahead, as every school in the con- ference would like nothing better than to defeat a Purple and White team. Majestic Theatre SATURDAY- CLEAN, COMPETKNT AND COURTEOUS MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP APPEASE YOU! HUKOUIt With pics ami cakes from Stephenville BAKERY "To Ph'asc Your Trisfr" This Ip Our Aim PA AND MA'S SANDWICH SHOP CLOSE CONVENIENT College Barber Shop For College People ACROSS FROM AUDITORIUM CITY J BARBERSHOP APPRECIATES YOUR BUSINESS Pruitt & Son Service Station CO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1936

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC I PITCHERS | As I wuz a-drawing a pitcher uv Sammy Venable the othur day, I herd sum boys in back uv me say- in sum things abowfc the J-tack and its staff and its artickles, thet jest didn't seem right to me, and I got to thinkin abowt it so much thet I mtade up a vurse abowt it: The studirito git the paper— The school frits the fame— The printer gitrf the eaoney— And the Staff gits the blame. Think it -ovur. I herd a lot about thet danse last Sat. nite. There wuz lots uv people there and the wreck haul wuz awful crowded. I herd that Peggy Ellis fainted and she hed to danse around four times befour she cud fall. Yes, thet wuz quite a danse. There wuz lota of swing musick by the orchestra. You know, swing musick is gonna be gone befour most of us really find owt whut it is. I may jest be old- fashioned, but I still prefer the old pre-swing-music day when you didn't swing anything but the gal. I cud swing the gal like nobodies bizness, but its gonna take me a long ...

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

vol, xvrr. stephenville, texas, tuesday december 1, 1036 number 11 KRYL SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA GIVES CONCERT TOMORROW Tarleton Will Receives $25,000 From Will C Hogg for Endowment Fund EX- STUDENTS HAVE CHARGE OF LOAN ADMINISTRATION A $25,000 endowment fund from Will C. Hogg is soon to be paid John Tarleton Agricultural Col- lege as a student loan fund, accord- ing to a statement by Dean J, Thomas Davis from Mike Hogg, brother of Will Hogg and adminis- trator of the estate. This sum is to be administered by a board of directors and will be added to a similar fund of !j>510 Mr. Hogg gave in February, 1923. The Tarleton Ex-Students' Association appointed the specified board at a meeting Friday night, November 20 in the Home Economics build- ing. Mr. Hogg; left a total of $500,000 in memory of his father and moth- er, former governor James S. Hogg and Mrs. Hogg, to various Texas educational institutions. He speci- fied in his will that he did not wish his name used in connection, with t...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarlcton Colli' ■go Hntcrcd as second-class mail rantlor :it tlie Postoflfiri- in Stcphoiivi'.le, Texas, under ,-u-t of Congress (if iliirch 3, 187&. Address nil communications to thu J-Tac, Tarlcton Station, Texas. 1936 fvicmbcr 193? Plssociated Collegiate Press Distributors of Collegiate Digest STAFF Bditor-in-Chief Business Manager Associate Editor — News Editor Sports Editor — Society Editor Feature Editor - - Exchange Editor Assistant Business Managers — Faculty Adviser - Guy MeMurry _ Joe Kennedy Lillian Burns John Allen Maurice Clayton Pixie Hendrix . " _ Bill Pool George Samuelsan Charles Brown, Jack Uttorback Dollie Mario Glover REPORTERS—Jimrnie Morris, Charles Miller, Harold Starling, Logan Ritchie, Effie Lindsay, Dorothy Kennedy Smokey Killen, LijOi c M«er, Anthon Leigon, Hunter Smith, Lorenzo Riggins, John Gallalier, Arthur Wagy, Virginia Sf.ott, Jeanne Rollins- REPRESENTED FQFt NATIONAL. ADVERTISING BY Nal...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE N. T. A. C. DEFEATS TARLETON 25-0 IN GRUDGE GAME Junior Aggies Start Slow But Gain Momentum In Defeat of Plowboys Collegiate World By Associated Collegiate Press PASSING ATTACK PKOVES UN- DOING OF TARLETON In the annual grudge spectacle between John Tarieton Agricultural College and the North Texas Ag- ricultural College the Junior An- gles from Arlington crushed the Tarieton Plowboys U5-0 oil Hays Field Thanksgiving Day. After being1 outplayed for the first quarter thy NTAC team cairn' back with a powerful passing- at- tack to defeat the Plowboyx. A rec- ord crowd of some 5.000 fans wit- nessed the contest, which was Tar- leton's first junior college defeat on its own field in over two years. The spectacle was accompanied by exhibitions by the Tarieton and NTAC bands and by the Honorary Corps of Cadets ul" JTAC and the crack platoon from Arlington. One play proved to lie the Plow- boys downfall. It was a spinner on which Phil Cage, ex-Plowboy, took the ball and...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC AROUND WASHINGTON By ARNOLD SEKWEB Associated Colleffiate Press Correspondent Washington, D. C.—A man at a women's luncheon may always ex- pect a novel time—some entertain- ment, perhaps, at his own expense ■—but a luncheon of the Women's National Press (Hub attended by distinguished women writers, a con- jjresswoman, the mayor of New York City, a correspondent recent- ly returned from the Spanish front, ;md an Austrian baron who has made an art of photography, reach- es a new high in interest. And the ropics of discussion were ,.1" direct appeal to young; people, particularly those of college ag"e. The strikingly different points of view expressed (in domestic and in- ternational problems stressed one fact uniformly: Whether we like it in- not, acute social and economic problems are g'oin^ to be handed down to the present college youth for solution. The present distress- ing; conditions both at home and abroad will not be solved overnight by the waving of some m...

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

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1936 NUMBER '2 TARLETON SENDS DELEGATES TO T. S. G. C. AT FORT WORTH Wisdom Announces A School for Fans Will Be Held Tuesday Night SAN ANGELO IS LAST TEAM TO DEFEAT JOHN TARLETON How "blocking" is done in bask- etball, how teammates are "freed," and how fumbles, bad passing, tie- balls, and out-of-bounds decisions may be avoided, will be demon- strated Tuesday night at 7 o'clock at John Tarleton College gymna- sium by the Tarleton team which this year will attempt to keep un- broken Tarleton's three year unde- feated record. Coach W. J. Wisdom, who has coached Tarleton teams since 1929 and during the last three years has put ail unbeatable combination on the courts, believes that the fel- lows watching the game would enjoy it more if they knew just what is happening during the speedy action of a cage battle. So he plans? to let his boys dem- onstrate the fine points of the game in a school for fans. Wisdom will explain various fun...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Bntered as second eltisa mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3r 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texaa. 1036 Member 1937 Pissocided Collegiate Press Distributors of Cblle6iate Di6est 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 Disie Hendrix .... Bill Pool George Snmuelson ... Charles Brown, Jack Uttcrback Dollie Marie Glover REPORTERS—Jimmie M'orria. Charles Miller, Effle Lindsay, Dorothy Kennedy, Lucile Moser, Lorenzo Riggins, John Galiaher, Arthur Wagy, Virginia Scott, Jeanne Rollins; Scott Cockrell, Dur- ward Boyd, James Webb, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan. REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising Service, Inc...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE THREE MORE WEEKS Of COMPANY PLAY Company competition began last week with the defeat of Co. "G" by "D," The score of that basketball game was 27-10. Keen competition has been aroused and many exciting tilts are yet to be played. The contests in basketball will continue for three more weeks, five weeks in all. The outcomes of the games played last week are: D—27; C—10. A—21; B—14. F—21 ;E—17. A—28 ;D—18. C—18; F—17. B—27; A—31. Games to be played in the next ■week are: Tuesday—I) vs. E. Wednesday—B vs. F. Thursday—A vs. E, Friday—B vs. C. Saturday—1) vs. F. Monday—A vs. F. Collegiate Review (By Associated Collegiate Press) Glass bricks, capable of trans- mitting 87.5 per cent light, are being used in the construction. of the new south unit engineering shop on the campus of the Uni- versity of Kentucky. ABOUND WASHINGTON By ARNOLD SERWER Associated Collegiate Press Correspondent As a part of the prom publicity stunt at Northwestern University, 30 beautiful coeds r...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC T.C.U.'S HOST- (Continued from page 1) delegates expenses to the congress, co-operative book exchanges, and that student editors should sit on student councils. The congress went on record as opposed to censorship in all forms of college papers and opposed to destructive hazing but in favor of initiations in bringing out person- alities. Pulliam Elected President Harvey Pulliam of the University of Texas was elected president of the T.S.G.C. for the coming year and J. O. Toler of T.C.U. as first vice president. Harry Roberts of T.C.U. was the retiring president. In the afternoon session several resolutions that the congres op- posed compulsory military train- ing- were voted down with John Tarleton and Sehreiner leading: the opposition. Only a resolution that the congress oppose further ex- pansion of compulsory military training in schools of college raric was passed. Collegiate World By Associated C<tllej?fate X'rc&s Until recently it seemed that the nov...

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

vol. xvrr. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1936 NUMBER 13. COMPANY COMPETITION IN BASKETBALL BEGINS RIVALRY FOR MOST EFFICIENT COMPANY CONTESTS WITH PENALTIES FOR DELINQUENCIES TO DETERMINE WINNER The inter-company basket ball games have aroused great interest among the students and a competi- tive spirit between the different companies. These games -were be- gun as a part of a program for the promotion of military efficiency in the cadet corps. At the end of the school year a military award will be made to the company that has received the greatest number of points in company athletics and military tactics. Results of the games played last week are: Company A, 2-1—Com- pany C, 17; Company D, 34—Com- pany E, 27; Company F, 24—Com- pany B, 14; Company A, 25— Com- pany E, 24; Company C, 17—Com- B, 10; Company D, 23—Company F, 19. The following schedule has been announced for this week; Tuesday —Company C vs. Company E; Wednesday—Company B vs. Com- pany D; Thursday—Company A...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Mntered as second-clnsa mail matter at the Poatoffice in Steplienville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1QJ6 Member 1977 Associated Goile&ide Press Distributors of Golle6«:ale Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief W McMurry Business Manager - J°e Kenned) Associate Editor - LiUmn "jus News Editor ........ m" " f n,v on q lrtllifi - Maurice Clayton _ - 1 Dixie Hendris Society E^tor - —- Bill Pool Feature Editor "George S^muolson A^Bifitaut Bu^.^s' Managcrs" Charles Brown Jack mtcrtwrit Faulty Adviser --- - - - Dolhe Mane GIpver IMPORTERS—Jimmie Morris, Dorothy Kennedy, Lucile Moser, Lorenzo Riggins, John Gallaher, Arthur Wagy, Virgin',r, Scott, Jeunno Rolling Bwtt Cuekrell, Burwsird Boyd, Jimics Webb. Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, James Webb, Byron White-, Merle Davis, Gregg Wilfong. ^ fob national. advertising br National Advertising S...

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

THE J-TAC MjaftBLiagi i in i iiTji WW'MIWi PAGE THR1S1 LETTERS FROM SANTA CLAUS Dear good ole Santa, I want a little girl to love. The first initial in her last name is Hearon, She is very sweet and I would love her good. Please rush this order because I want it during the holidays. Hopefully, Gubo Lewis. Dearest Santy, Please bring me a suction pump. Also my broad shoulders would look better with three diamonds. Charles Beerbottle. Dear Santa Claus, Please bring- me a reducing machine. Also bring some candy and nuts and cookies and plenty of firecreckers. Your little big friend, Mary Helen. Dear Santy, Please bring "me a gallon of Lord Charles Francis Bourbon. And don't forget my , little friends, Tommy and George. \ Toofer Johnston. Dear ole Santy, Please bring me ten 150-pound oil wells from Bryson, or if you don't have any more of those, I •< > < > i > i > (> 4> 3! SATURDAY- A > < > Majestic Theatre $ & PIGSKIN PARADE with Stewart Erwin Johnn...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC "Oh, there be players, that I have seen, and heard others praise, and that highly, . . . ■" (Hamlet) hut watch the curtain go up tonight at 7:30 in the college auditorium, and you will see other players. . . . The Tar- feton Players. Rec Hall Notes The Rec Hall is looking quite Christmasy this week. Students seem to like the decorations so much that they are actually leav- ing them up. Sally Haywood really thinks she can absorb a little psychology in sleep (early in the morning); a o'clock period which isn't crowded at first, anyway. I heard from the fiscal office the other day that Gerry Chambers and Audrey Jean Shulze are be- hind in their room rent at the Eec Hall. Can't any one ever play any- thing buv "You'll Have To Swing It?" on the nickel machine? After all,, there are eleven other records, and some of them are pretty. Try them out sometime; you might like them. Stewart Boney and Jimmy Mor- ris keep the trail hot between the Rec Hall and the Varsity every...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 January 1937

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1937. NUMBER 14. GLENN MORRIS TO PRESENT SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM HERE TARLETON'S CAGtflS DEFEAT N.T.A.C. BY 36-24 BEFORE XMAS Plowboys Show Balanced Club In Defeating Old Rivals At Arlington The powerful John Tarleton Plowboys started off their fourth, year of consecutive win by defeat- ing the. strong North Texas Angle quintet 36-24 for their (ilst conse- cutive victory at Arlington before the holidays. Captain Carrigan scored the first basket for the Tarletonitcs, but the Aggies put on the steam and scor- ed four points by using some fancy screening and hustling. Then came two points by Killcri, then two more by Smith and MeOonachio to put the Plowboys out in the lead they held throughout the gam*1 The second half started off with a bang1 with Tinker getting the tip off and scoring two points liefore the Aggies knew what it was all about. Hull and Smith tied for high point honors with 9 points each. Some of the new boys that show- ed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 January 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Published Weekly by tho Students nf John TwrlHtosi College Mmkiud as Rncond-eln.ssi aiail matter at. the Pustoffn-e in fttLfilifiiviHu, Texas, under not of Coagicss of March 3, 1N7!t Address all communicationa to thu J-Tac, Turletou Station, Texas, 1030 Member 1«W Associated GotiegSiafe Press Distributors of Cblie6iaieOi6est STAFF Editor-in-Chief - . — Cuy McMurry Business Manager — .Toe Kennedy Associate Editor — Nuwh Kdltnr Sports* Editor . Society Editor Keatura Editor SJxetinngH Editor ... Assistant Business Managers — Faculty Adviser Lillian Burns .! oh n A111'ii M-surke Clayton Dixie nendrijc " Bill Pool (iporga Samiielaon Charles Biu\ru, Jark TTlUtSiiii'k . lJnlliu Mane Glover REPORTERS—Jimmiu Morris, Dorothy Kennedy, Lueilf Moatr, LornnitO Biggins, doha Oalialipr, Aitluir Wngy, Virginia S(_uLt, Jeanne Rollins, Scott Conk roll, IJnrwnrd Btjvd, J.tmcs Wnhh, Howard DalLon, Ccno Morgan, James Webb, Byion White, Mcilo Davis, Grngg Wilfong, Dona Fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 January 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Schedule of Classes for Second Semester Announced by Registrar TIME OF CTTArEL AND DttILL CHANGED TO 11:00 O'CTiOOK The schedule for the second semestem was announced by Mr. Uabc Lewis, reg-iilrnr, yesterday. The most important change will be that, drill will be at 11:00 o'clock on Mondays, Wednesdays, und Friday,? for one hour Chapel will bo from 11,00 to ll'20 on Tues- day si, Thursday-!, and Saturdays. The new schedule is as follows*: Key to BuildiiiL's: A Admirmtrntlrtfl Au—Ai;rii:ultUfc - Clnmfrvntfltj'. S3—tiliackti. Sc—Science, H—Hiimo Kconoinirfl, Ed—Education AGRICULTURE AE 302—I—1<J .00—"Tllti—Ai:7fi ATI 802 T.nh A 1 IK T 4 hvn SJS6 ae ins—1—m oo—mwk—Sciiu ATI SI4 - T S Oft MWP--AptfU AK 311—Jl—S:Go—TThS—A204 AT5 ITT -11 flfl-TThH AJT<U AK J02—I—D 00—'ThS—Axtil ATI 402 A 8 IF, -W -hm- Ag7G Ai£ 40Z-—11—S 00—rili—AL'ifi AK 40R Trnb H IIS W 2 hn - Ast7fi AK 401i—Lab C—4! 00—F—^ li-fa— A"F3 409 TTrq ff> hr Annn^f) AK 412—1—y.00—JttWJb—Aif77 API 41...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 January 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC FORTFUN Personal to Utley and Teddy: I believe you girls would lose some of your conceit if you could have Been the beautiful decorations which adorned your pictures her® in tho Fort the other night. While on the subject of picture.-;, "Bussie' Boaz remarked, "I was surely glad to Ket that big picture of Utlcy; it'll come in handy when pa plants his pardon next spring." Ask any of the Fort boys who their favorite radio star is, and they'll tell you, "Bing Crosby." Everything else in laid aside on Thursday nights until Bing goes off the air. On "Fish" Barley's first trip over to the Dump he was approached by Miss Hearon who said, "Young man, I suppose you know that wo turn the lights out at ten-thirty," To which Bailey replied, ,lOh boy. that'll be keen." "Slow" Hull passed quite a com- pliment on Frances Gregory the other night He said that she wafl a Bweet little girl, but she had a face that only a mother could Jove. Margaret Stacy, if I were you I would walk u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1937

vol. xvrr. STJEPilENVrLLE, TEXAS, TtfJESDAY, ■TAJTO'ARY 12, 1937 NUMBER 15 STORY OF RADIUM SCHEDULED ON LYCEUM TONIGHT Registration For Next Term Began Yesterday and to Last Until Monday SCHEDULE BY DEPARTMENTS FOLLOWED THROUGH WEEK Registration of engineering students for the next semester began yesterday afternoon in the drafting room, and further regis- tration of old students will con- tinue through next Monday, Registrar Gabe Lewis announc- ed Monday that students could register early, all except paying fees, and thus have two days for holidays between semesters. He explained that the business office was not yet ready to handle the fees for next semester, but stu- dents must pay the fees before classes begin for next semester or pay $1.00 for late registration. Registration is not complete until fees are paid. January 25 and 26 are still reg- istration days. Students must reg- ister according to departments on the day specified in the schedule below, or they must wait until the...

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