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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1937

*AGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of Jolin Tarleton College Sntered as s&cond-claas mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Teias. 1936 Member (977 Plssdc kied Obtlegrafe Press Distributors of Colleftiote Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Ag&ociate Editor Lillian Burns Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jaek Utterbaek, Gene Morgan. News Editor John Allen Sports Editor Maurice Clayton Boeiety Editor Dixie Hendrix feature Editor ! - — Bill Pool Bxehange Editor George Samuelaott Faculty Adviser . . — -— X>ollie Marie Glover REPORTERS—Lorenzo Rigging Arthur Wagy, Jeanne Rollins, Scott Cockrell, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Byron White, Merle Davis, Gregg Wilfong, Doris Ferguson, REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Representative 420 madison Ave. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Tarleton's Basketeers Play Three Games This Week; Two Conference N.T.A.C. PLAYED LAST NIGHT; T.M.C. TONIGHT This week is a busy one for the Tarleton basketball team with one non-conference game with NTAC and one conference game each to be played with TMC and Hillsboro Junior College. Last night the Plowboys tangled with their arch rivals, the Junior Ags from A rlington, on Tarleton's home court. The game will not count in the conference standing. The Tarleton team opens their conference schedule against Texas Military college at Terrell tonight. Little is known of the T.M.C, team except that they would like to break Tarleton's winning streak. Again Saturday Tarleton will tangle with Hillsboro Junior college in Tarleton's gymn in another con- ference game at 7;00 o'clock. In man the ri^ht lung is shorter Southwest India. Cash and Carry Suits Cleaned & Presoei 50c College Tailors We believe that buying shoe re- pairing is like buying a railroad ticket. The mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC dead week begins today forten daks Dead week will begin today and extend ten days through the ex- aminations which, will end Jan. 23. Dead week is intended to allow students to review and round out their work. Most of the teachers will not give additional library assign- ments in order to allow the stu- dents to review and get up their back work, "Privileges until 10:30 Saturday and Sunday will be al- lowed," Mr. Lewis, registrar, stat- ed, "but social functions will be discouraged, and out of town per- mits will not be granted for the week-end before final examina- tions." FORT FUN The occupants of the Fort re- ceived a real Christmas present from Dean Davis; for during; the holidays he had the floors, walls, and ceiling painted, all broken doors repaired, and the whole place worked on in general. Some of the boys didn't know if they were in the wrong- place, or just still feeling the effects of Christ- mas when they walked into the "new" fort. There was really ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1937

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANTJAKY 19, 1937 NUMBEK 16 COMPANIES A, D, AND E END IN THREE WAY TIE FOR FIRST IN INTERCOMPANY BASKETBALL COMPANY D JUMPS INTO LEAD IN SECOND ROUND Companies A, D, and E ended the first round of intercompany basket- ball three-way tie for first place with Company C taking fourth place, and Company F and Com- pany B following in that order. Five games have already been play- ed in the second round which start- ed last week. First round percentages disclose that CompaniesA, D, and E each won four out of five games, giving them a percentage of .800. Com- pany A scored a total of 125 points to 91 for their opponents and drew 29 fouls to 38 for then- opponents. Companies D and E have a total of 12(5 points for their credit to lead in the total number of fouls made. Company D jumped into the lead in the second round robin by grab- bing1 two games last week. They defeated Company C by 1fi to 10 and then upset Company A by SO to 16. Company E defea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1937

PAGE TWO «a THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA WHEN IS A JUNIOR SENIOR. A FRESHMAN? Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Hntered as second-claaa mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stephenyille, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas, 1936 Member 1937 Associated GdleSide Press Distributors of Collegiate Di6est STAFF Editor-in-Chief Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Associate Editor - —— - ®?Tn8 Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jaek Utterbaoli, (rene Morgan. Nbwb Editor — Sports Editor ,. __ , . Soeiety Editor Bufle feature Editor r „ , Ixehange Editor • S.^ Faculty Adviser - - Do"16 Malie Glover John Allen. Maurice Clayton REPORTERS—Lorenzo Biggins, Arthur Wagy, Jeatme Eolhijs, Seott Cockrcll, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Byron White, Merle Davis, Gregg Wilfong, Doris Ferguson, Eillie Stewart, Effie Lindsay. rtEPREBEN'feO FUR NATIONAL, ADVERTISING by National Advertising Service, Inc. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE •SCXItTY S.O.T.S. GIVE BOWERY BALL SATURDAY IN REC. HALL The Sons of Tarleton Society entertained with a Bowery Ball in the Recreation hall last Saturday, January 16, from 8:00 o'clock to 11:05 o'clock. i The dance was an all tag affair.' Students and faculty members were dressed in old fashioned or: cheap looking: clothes to represent a real bowery dance. It is an all- S nual affair and was attended by 94 people. Those attending were the follow- ing: Major and Mrs. James D. Bender, Miss Elizabeth Herndon, Miss Lurlyne Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Dewey, Dean and Mrs. J. Thomas Davis, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. MeCollum, David Bryant, Luther Johnson, Tommy Gordon, Syd Dav- is, Bill Wynn, Bill Roberts, Otto Carter, Reuben Friou, Bruce Par- ker, Dorothy Dacis. Marion Mays, Margaret Grissette, Peggy Ellis, Mayo Hollis, Jimmy Morris, Joe Barekman, Joe Kennedy, Anita Stewart. Cy Clayton, Bill Latham, Bobby Rawls, George Bryant, Grace Casbeer, Margaret Stacy, Mary Helen Lancas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1937

PAGE FOUK THE J-TAC DEAN GIVES INFORMAL DINNER FOR FACULTY Dean J. Thomas Davis entertain- ed members of the faculty and their wives and friends with an informal dinner Thursday even- ing, January 14, at 8:30 o'clock. Exactly 101 teachers and guests attended. Silver colored screens with pur- ple T's were arranged on each side of the large T-shaped table which was decorated with a row of pur- ple lights embanked in snow. Large crystal bowls or snowballs decorated the ends of the table, and dishes of purple and white mints were placed along- the table- cloth. The room was lighted by two purple spotlights focused upon the table and completing- the Tar- let on color scheme. The first course consisted of a fruit cooler of pineapple juice with grape ice and cellophane straws tied with purple ribbons. Chicken breasts, buttered new potatoes, brussel sprouts, olives, frozen fruit salad, orange slices with grape jelly, and Parkerhouse rolls and molded butter were served in the main course. Pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1937

a I VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, PEBE0AS.Y 2, 193V. UUMBEE 17- RICHARD HALLIBURTON WILL SPEAK TO STUDENT BODY Two Students Seriously Injured in Automobile Accident Near Jacksboro ALICE MAE SHANA^ELT UNABLE TO RETURN HERE Alice Mae Shanafelt and Bobbie Bawls received serious injuries, and four others escaped with only minor injuries when the car in ■which they were returning to school was struck by another car near Jacksboro. Mr. and Mrs. C- P. Clayton, owners of the car, received minor injuries, and Cy Clayton, their son, and Nellie B. Clayton, their niece, escaped unhurt. Alice Mae, Bobbie, Cy, and Nellie B. are all Tarleton students atld all live in Bryson except Bob- bie, who was visiting Alice Mae. Alice Mae received a fractured skull and will bo unable to return to school this semester according to reports from Graham. She was carried to a hospital in Graham after the accident but was taken to her home Sunday where she is getting along- nicely. Bobbie received a bur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Daily Texan Editor Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College lingered as second-class mail matter at the Poatofifice in Stephenville, Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1037 Associated Gotl©0ide Press Distributors of Golle6iate Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Associate Editor - — Lillian Burns Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown,-Jack Utterback, Gene Morgan. News Editor John Allen Sports Editor Maurice _Clayton Soeiety Editor S'eatnrc Editor Bxehange Editor yaeiilty Adviser Dixie Hendrix Bill Pool George Samuelson Dollie Marie Glover REPORTERS—Lorenzo Biggins, Arthur Wagy, Jeanne Rollins, Scott OoekrcII, Howard Daltdn, Gene Morgan, Byron White, Merle Davis, Gregg VVilfong'j Doris Fer^usnri, T5illit? Stewart, Effie Lindsay &=fv.7r DR, 6B0R6E W. DISTINGUISHED NEGRO SCIENTIST ; HAS DIRECTED AGRICULTU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1937

THJB J-TAC PAGE THESE TARLETON PLOWBOYS TAKE TWIN CONFERENCE VICTORIES AND RUN STREAK TO 70 WINS Cagers Defeat Hillsboro By Score of 57-21 a/td Ranger By Score of 73-11 Tarleton's Plowboys ran their victory streak up to 70 consecutive victories and widened their con- ference lead by winning a double- header last Friday night. They de- feated Hillsboro Junior Colleg-e 57 to 21 and then turned back Ranger Junior College 73 to 11. Tonight the Plowboys will at- tempt number 71 when they take on N. T. A. C. in Arlington. Tar- leton will then play another con- ference battle with T. M. C. in Stephenville next Friday .night. In the first game the first and second strings showed their ability by defeating the strong1 Hillsboro Indians which were undefeated until they met the Plowboys. The Plowboys handled the ball better than they had any time this year. Leading the Tarleton boys were Carl McConachie, tall'center from El Paso, with ^18 points, and "Slew" Hull, dynamic forward from Hughe? Sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC STORM DOORS BUILT AT END OF BUILDING Storm doors and windows are being1 constructed in the east and west ends of the Administration building-. The frames for the first floor have been built and put in place, but it will be several days before the frames for the second and third floors are completed. Swinging doors will be placed in the entrance so as to make it as convenient to enter as possible. During extreme weather both the inner and outer doors will be closed; but when the weather is moderate, the outer doors will be kept open. In place of the swinging doors the second and third floors will have panels and windows. The iron railings will remain, but a wooden panel will be put inside so that they cannot be seen. Over the panels will be put windows with six lights apiece. These can be raised or lowered and will not af- fect the breeze or view. The improvements will aid greatly in aireonditioning the building-. In winter they will keep the halls warm and stop t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1937

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUAUY 9, 1937 NUMBER IS. TARLETON'S CAGERS BARELY NOSE OUT NXA.C. AGGIES IN ARLINGTON BY 45 TO 43 SCORE Aggie Fans Think Tarleton Loses Game When Board Maltee Score Error The Tarleton basketball team nosed out their ancient'rivals, the N, T, A. C. Junior Aggies, 45 to 43, for their 71st straight victory, but two thousand N, T, A. C, fans thought the Arlington team had won for a few minutes. When the final whistle blew, the score board read: N. T. A. C., 40— John Tarleton, 39. However, the official scorer corrected the mis- take and the score was 40-40. In the extra period Jude Smith came to the rescue, and the Plowboys scored five points to the Aggies' three, making the final score 45-43, Two Tarleton regulars left the game via the four foul route. Two other regulars accumulated three fouls, and Coach W. J. Wisdom sent in four substitutes to help Jude Smith, veteran guard. With Tarleton's second team in the game, the Aggies started scoring...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC AMPUS eyhole CAMPUS CAMERA Published "Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Sintered as second-class mail matter at the Poatoffic.e 111 Stephenvslle, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1937 Pbsocided Collegiate Press Distributors of (Mediate Di6est STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - Guy McMurry Business Manager —- Joe Kennedy Aaaociate Editor - — Lillian Burns Assistant Business Managers —■ Charles Brown, Jack Utterbaek, Gene Morgan. News Editor Jolln Al'eD Spcrte Editor - - Maurice Clayton Society Editor -- cixie Hendruc Feature Editor .... _ - - -Bill P°o1 Bxchange Editor &'T, 011 Faculty Adviser - Dollie Mane Glover REPORTERS—Lorenzo Riggine, Arthur Wagy, Jeanne Rollins, Scott Coekrell, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Byron White, Merle Davis, Gregg Wilfoig, Boris Ferguson, Billie Stewart, Effic Lindsay. rtEPRESKNtED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising Servic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Peep! Peep! That's the noise about the boys who work at the col- lege poultry plant will hear for 24 hours a day from 2,500 baby chicks in about one week. For two weeks Professor T. A. Hensarling has been supervising the work of cleaning- the brooder houses, about twelve of them, in preparation for the chicks. The houses are thorou- ghly cleaned and sprayed with dis- infectant before the chicks are plac- ed in the houses. A new system is going1 to be used this year. The cockerels are to be removed at two weeks of age to give the pullets more room to develop and grow out and produce better hens for egg production. Also added to the buildings on the poultry plant a,re those of the hor- ticulture department of the college. This department was moved out there this year to insure more room for them. The horticulture de- partment is placed under the poul- try department with Professor T. A, Hensarling supervising both de- apartments, although Professor Neal Randolph i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1937

PA$E FOUR THE J-TAC SILVER KEYS GIVE VALENTINE DANCE FOB FIFTY COUPLES Fifty couples attended the semi- formal, Valentine dance given by the Silver Key club for the club members and their guests at the Recreation hall last Saturday night, Feb. 6, from 8:00 to 11:00 o'clock. Music was furnished by the college orchestra with its new total of nine members and leader, Morton P. Brooks. Decorations for Valentine were carried out with a lai'ge, three- cornered heart suspended in the center of the room and strips of paper with hearts on them stretch- ing to all sides of the room, from above the heart. Two silver keys were placed directly across the hall f'rCiw the door. The dance was a twenty-four program dance with entertainment and refreshments taking1 up the in- termission.. During this time Lu- ci!e Moser sang "One. Two, Button Your Shoe," Mary Helen Lancaster sang "And So Do I," Rhesa Caw- yer sang-, "Every Hour of the Day," aild Martin Johansen sang, "In the Ghapel in the Moonlight."...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1937

3" VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1937 NUMBER 19. Record Honor Rolls Announced for Third Preliminary and Semester TARLETON GRADUATE IH5 DIES AT UM 131 ON THE SEMESTER ROLL, 119 MAKE THIRD SIX WEEKS Large honor rolls for both the first Dniester's work at John Tar- leton Agricultural college and for the third preliminary period of that semester have been announced by Registrar Gabe Lewis. Appearing1 on the Tarleton hon- or orll are 131 students; 119 stud- ents made the third preliminary honor roll. To make the semester roll, one must have 30 grade points and no failures. Loretia Miears of De Leon was the highest honor student for the third preliminary, with no grade which fell below 94. Semester honor roll follows: Frances Aiken, Sterling City; Mrytle Faye Arnett, Hamilton; Joe Wayne Autry, Stephenvitle; Paul- ine Auvenshine, Mt. Pleasant; Gar- th Baker, Weatherford; Burnell Burnett, Dublin; Mary Margaret Bigham, Goldthwaite; Clara Black- well, Goldthwaite; Barn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published "Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Steplienville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 197? Pbsocioled CbUe&ide Press Distributors of Gblle6iate Di6est STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - Guy McMurry Business Manager - ^oeT^.enIle^y , . i W!t„ —- Lillian Burns Assistant Business" Managers — Charles Brown, Jack TJtterbaek, Gene w „ M0rgal1- John Allen Maurice Clayton Sports Editor Dixie Hendrix Soeiety Editor _ - - ~ Bm pogl Feature Editor ""' 'Oeorge " Samuelson Bx.chauge Editor - Dollie Marie Glover Paeulty Adviser REPORTERS—Lorenzo Biggins, Arthur Wagy, Jeanne Rollins, Scott Coekrell, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Byron White, Merle Davis, Gregg Wilfongj Doris Ferguson, Billie Stewart, Effie Lindsay. /it PREoE NT&D FvFl NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE History of Each of First String Men On Basketball Squad Related—Introducing C arri (jan,H nil yMcConachie,Smith,jiillen Do you know those eagers? Here are "bits of history of the first striner Ave. 4P-4 1 ■V Captain Jim Carriganof the famous Tarle- ton Plowboy basketball team is a 6-ft. 3-in.,red head- ed lad from B reckenridge, .tfaBWf J carrican ter for the Buckaroos, Jim led them to the State meet at Austin in early 1932, where they were defeated by Tem- ple, the State champions. He came to Tarleton in the fall of 1934 to play second fiddle to Joe Head- stream at center on the Purple five. Last year Jim was an under- study at forward to Elmer Finley. This season he was chosen captain of one of the world's moat famous basketball teams, vthe Tarleton Plowboys—winners of 73 consecu- tive games. Thurman (Slew) Hull is the lit- tle giant of the Plowboy five. Standing barely six feet, "Slew" is in every scramble, and as a result he is third high scorer on the squad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1937

PAGE POUR THE J-TAC RECORD HONOR ROLLS— (Continued from page 1) Smith, Stephenville; Marguerite Spencer, San Antonio; Lester Standridgc, Gouldbusk; Louise Statham, Cisco; Elbert Steele, Sid- ney; Robert Lee Stubblefield, Gor- man; Lillian Summy, Goldthwaite; Louise Taylor, Colorado; Luther Thompson, Wadsworth; Ollen Turn- er, Voss; Arthur Wagy, Dallas; Mildred Wasson, Texas City; James Webb, Steplienville; Jack Wells, Wellington; Oscar Wells, Wellington; Guineve Whisenhunt, Gatesville; Willard White, Dublin; Elnora Wilcox, Stephenville; Margaret Wilson, Dallas; Herschol Winslett, Dallas; Betty Woodward, Rain- bow; Sam V-enable, Colorado, Seventy-four of those on the third preliminary honor roll made the semester honor roll, also. There were 45 in addition: John Allen, Brookesville; John Atkinson, Ed- na; George Ator, Lipan; Coda Bag- gett, Gustine; Bertha Bellomy, Stephenville; June Estelle Brooks, Shafter; John H. Buckner, Cle- burne; Grace Cantwell, Brady; De- lia Carroll, Cisco; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1937

VOL. XVII. STEPHESTVIKLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1937 NUMBER 20 Musical Organizations Have Full Spring Program With Many Trips F.F A CONTESTS'WILL ATTRACT 500 ENTRIES HIGHLIGHTS ARE BATTLE OF FLOWERS AND DALLAS TRIP Appearing before American edu- cators at a Dallas convention, sing- ing and playing befo-re high school audiences of West Texas, and marching- in the Battle of Flowers parade in San Antonio, members of John Tarleton's musical organi- zations have a full program be- fore them for the spring. Next Friday night the little symphony orchestra, the girls' trio, and the male Quartet will appear at the annual banquet to be given at the Adolphus hotel for con- vention delegates to the American Association of Junior Colleges. R. Berton Coffin, head of the voice department of John Tarleton, will direct the vocal ensemble, and Albert T, Luper, head of the violin department, will direct the orches- tra. Dean J. Thomas Davis, sec- retary of the convention, will at- tend. On Marc...

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