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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1937

VAGG TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Jittered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in fUeplienvillo, Texas, under act of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Tesas. 1936 Member 1937 Plssocided Goile&ctte Press Distributors of tblle&iate Di6est STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Associate Editor - Lillian Burns Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jack Utterback, Gone Morgan. Xewa Editor ------- J°!m Allen Sports Editor Maurice Clayton Society Editor Feature Editor Dixie Hendrix Bill Pool Mleliange Editor . Fatuity Adviser George Samuelson Dollie Marie Giover J KEPORTERS—Lorenzo Kiggins, Arthur Wagy, Scott Coclire.il, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Merle Davis, Gregg Wilfong, Doris Ferguson, Billie Hffrwart, Effie Lindsay, Paulino Auvenshine, Jimmy MorriB. l-wft NAtiONAU AOVERTJ4INS BV National Advertising Service, Inc. Colhgf Publishers Represe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THRE® WEATHERFORD FIVE DOWNED BY J.T.* C. BY COUHT OF 50-23 Victory Is No. 75; Carrigan ami Hull Pace Mates In Scoring The John Tarleton Plowboys trailed Weatherford College Coy- otes 3-2 in the first two minutes of! their basketball game Friday night, then moved forward with a rush to win their seventy-fifth consecutive victory by a score of 50 to 23. Cap. Jimmie Carrigan played a smash up ball game and tied with "Slew" Hull for high point man with 12 points. Following closely behind Carrigan and Hull in the scoring list was tall Carl McCon- achie with 11 points. Shepard was high point man for the Coyotes with 10. Captain Love, Auten, and Mims also stood out for the Coy- otes. Matters looked bad for the PIow- MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP Our Best Is Always Assured DR. J* S. NUTT DENTIST - X-RAY Office over A. & P. Store Stephenville, Texas Office Phone 423 Res. Phone 41 Cash and Carry Suits Cleaned & PresseJ 50c College Tailors boys for the first few minutes, but Kil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC >&t}.m:*v What! Morp baby chicks! Yes, the poultry department has defi- nitely decided to import 3,000 more baby chicks. This is not only news, it is a tragedy to those poor lads who have to attend to these brats. It would certainly be a great dis- aster if human beings came in AocKh this size; we would have to wapc a world war every week-end to keep the population down to normal. This F. F. A. club here at Tar- leton has had a woman connected with it for the past two years. "We call her the F. F. A. sweetheart. We elected one last semester, Frances Trice, but she did not re- turn this second semester, we are entertaining nominations and voting, too, at present. The John Tarleton Agricultural department got along quite well for several years without a female in it; but no industry or department in the world can run along so perfectly that a woman does not get mixed up in it at some time, somewhere. Since the female business or fever started two years ago, ...

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

VOL. 2VII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1937 NUMBBB 21 TARLETON ENDS FOURTH UNDEFEATED CAGE SEASON Pillsbury To Appear Here Thursday In Illustrated South Seas Lecture NATURALIST WILL EXPLAIN LAPSE-TIME PHOTOGRAPHS When the famous naturalist and photographer, Dr. Arthur Pills- bury, appears here in one of his illustrated lectures next Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in the John Tarleton auditorium, he will tell of some of his unusual experiences making moving pictures under the South Seas where he has spent the past summer. Pillsbury has become famous for his remarkable moving pictures that show the growth of plants, shrubs, and flowers. To these he has now added similar pictures of plant and animal life under the sea. Equipped with ten cameras, 20,- 000 feet of motion pieturc film, and thousands of photographic plates, Pillsbury spent four months making pictures of submarine life in the tropic waters near Suva. Three of his underwater cameras, designed and built by himself, have be...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the PostolTicc in StephenviHe, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1K79. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1036 Member IW ftssocided Goltegide Press Distributors of Cblle6ide Digest _ STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Assuc-iute Kilitor . Blanki'iisliiy Assistant Business Managers Charles Brown, Jack Utterback, Gone Morgan. News Editor John Alien Sports Kditnr Maurice Clayton Society Editor .. . —- Mays Feature Editor Si" 1J°°1 Exchange Editor George Samuelson Adviser _ __ X^ollie Marie Glover REl'OKTEKS—Lorenzo Biggins, Arthur Wagy, Rcott Corkroll, Howard Palton, Oilo MoTfr.ni, Iterle Payis, Gregg Wilt'ong, Doris Ferguson, Uilliu Stewart, F.ftie Lindsay, Pauline Auvensliine, Jimmy Morris. r.^., advertising by Nafiona! Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. New Yor...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOY Led by the great playing Capt. RIFLE TEH LOSES TO ALLEN ACADEMY Allen Academy took the first rifle match of the year last Friday when they beat John Tarleton 32 points. Jimmy Carrigan, the Plowboys j Allen scored 1002 points out of a ended their fourth straight year j possible 2000, while Tarleton of outstanding playing Friday ] scoml only Is™- night wh-en they defeated the N. Harold Willoughby of San An- T. A. CI. Aggies in a fast battle. toni<> was h,«h Polnt nlan for Tar Never were the Plowboys behind, and never did they stop fighting i possible 200 to hold the lead they had piled up in tho first of the game. i leton with a score of 187 out of a Others who shot for Tarleton are ' A. V. Blalock. Beeville; Lowell Capt. Carrigan was hurt in the|Pounc°y< Brownwood: Eugene Buc- Kam« Thursday night so that he Ikow- Weslaco; J. M. Kerby, Mid- could not play the whole ,rame.llam}: Fr;mk Courtney, Joncsboro; 9ncj ' Winston Welch, Stephenvilie; Otis Fr...

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

PAGE FOUR r>i«mniiifiT«Tniiii iriiini¥ im THE J-TAC .t Davis Hall Notes Old "Suckless" Wilder has at last broke down and is about to put some old hands out of business. Due to a statement in this col- umn a serious, as ■well as bloody, encounter has occurred. It seems that something- Was said about Cooper and Tolliver, with the re- sult that Tolliver broke his pin on Cooper's pan. I didn't write this, Blalock, but someone wants to know what you have been doing with your spare time. It must be getting serious when a guy hocks his radio to go to see her. What do you think, Stovall ? Where have you been, Boyd, and how did you bring- back all the "speedy" cards with X's all over them ? That's bad because now the whole bottom floor on the fourth ramp are going too. The fourth ramp is now soaked as well as "nutty". Some of the nuts tried to hold water on the third floor—the second got wet too. Then there was the fellow who said that he knew squirrels don't talk, but he saw "Single Tree...

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

VOL. XVII. STEPHEN VIJJLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1937 NUMBER 22 KING AMBASSADOR QUARTET APPEARS IN CONCERT TO BE GIVEN AT ELEVEN SATURDAY BELL RINGING FEATURED WITH FOUR MALE VOICES The King Ambassador Male Quartette and Bell Ringers, Cleve- j land, Ohio, will appear in a concert | at the Tarleton auditorium next | Saturday, March 13, at 11:00 o'- clock, according to an announce- ment from the Dean'a office. Loyd King', manager,'has direct- ed a quartet for the past twelve years, and has filled four thousand engagements in leading: colleges, universities, and communities throughout America and the West Indies. George Vaughn, who sings high tenor, was for five years a member of the Cleveland Opera company, and was soloist with the Symphony for one season. For five years* he was with the famous Orpheus Male Chorus. Tom Little, lead tenor, has been soloist with th'* Cleveland Symphony Orches- tra, a radio contest winner, and a student in New ^ ork. George Scott, bass, accompanist ,a...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Ohio state LABORATORIES' USE 5000 FROGJ A year., at 151 EACH/ Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Poatoffice in Stephenvme, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3> 1879, Address all communications to the J-"ae, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1977 Flssocidted Cbile0taie Press Distributors of Cb!le6iate Digest partners at montana state college ik 1935 / ' STAFF Editor-in-Chief — Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Assoriate Editor ■ — Barney Blankcnsliip Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jack Utterback, Gene Morgan. John Allen L Maurice Clayton Marian Mays Bill Pool George Somuelson News Editor Sports Editor Society Editor feature Editor ..... Jfeehange Editor Faculty Adviser Dollk* Marie Glover REPORTERS—I-ioronzo Riggins, Arthur Wagy, Scott Cockrell, Howard Da.lt.on, Gone Morgan, Merle Dayis, Gregg: Wilfong, ^oris Ferguson, Billie Stewart, Eflie Lindsav, Paulin...

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

THE J TAG PAGE THESE •SOCIETY The J. A. P. Club entertained with its annual formal dance last Saturday evening at 8:00 in the Recreation hall. The room was transferred into a Japanese garden by wild plum blossoms at the entrance and form- ing- a bower in one corner. Japan- ese lanterns were hung across the rafters. In a niche in the wall were Japanese dolls, and incense burned against a black background. The members of the college orches- tra were attired in oriental cos- tumes, Mary Helen Lancaster sang "Trust In Me" at intermission. Ice cream with fresh strawberries and angel food cake were served as refreshments, and sweet peas were given as favors. The following guests and club members were present: Miss Clara Savage, W, Curtis Nunn, Miss Lu- cille Hearon. Oabe Lewis, Ruby Dulaney, Pete Barnes, Geriave Ma- son, John David Harper, Naomi Cowan, Bill Wallace, Dorothy Dav- is, Toofer Johnson, Lillian Burns, Hugh Gregg, Lillian Pratt, Joe Barekman, Roberta Cheney, Jack Hays, Luna Rut...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Off Tarleton Thing-;; have been rather quiet off Tarleton avenue this week. Girls are really studying for the first time since semester exams. Th« lighted windows throughout the night are not so roniatic as those of which the poets sing. Even sleeping landladies were aroused after that final ball game. Celebrations over the holiday be- gan immediately. Some girls went home; some visited or entertained while others just slept all day. Girls of the foods classes like to practice in their own kitchen. Mii;s Blanks, however, might not even recognize the food. Two girls took the liberty of leaving the holes out of the dough- nuts. Who likes the holes, anyway ? Girls may slide down the stairs, but going up them is a problem. Nothing short of a broken bone ■will create enough sympathy to get carried up the stairs. One house of girls has organized a faculty. After all, don't you think we have enough teachers and deans? Some girls should be choked for cruelty to roommates...

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

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAECH 16, 1937 NUMBER 23 VIOLIN QUARTEIIOUR WEST TEXAS TOWNS Group Left Yesterday To Visit 15 Towns On Concert For Five Days J&hn Tarleton'" male qiiartet, girls trio, and violin quartet left Monday morning on a five-day concert tour of West Texas towns. The male quartet is composed of Mack Mize, Reginald Henley, Le Von Lee, and Lyn Clardy, In the girls' trio are Dorothy Davis, Luna Ruth Petty, and Mary Frances Rob- inson. Guinove Whisenhunt, Vir- ginia Scott, Dorothy Davis, and Calva McCurdy play in the violin quartet. R. Berton Coffin, voice professor, Mrs. Coffin, and Elizabeth Hern- don, journalism teacher, will go with the students. Albert T. Luper, professor of violin, planned to go, but changed his plana because of an engagement to play a concert at Fort "Worth. These three organizations will appear in three towns a day. They will visit Hamilton, Lampasas, Burnett, Llano, Mason, Brady, San- ta Anna, Coleman, Baird, Albany, Breckenr...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA As Our Readers See Us Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as seeond-claaa mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act, of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. [936 Member 1937 Associated Golle6ide Press Distributors of Collegiate Di6esJ STAFF Editor-in-Chief Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Associate Editor Barney Blanki-jislnp Assistant Business Managers ■—- Charles Brown, Jack Tjtterbaclt, Gene Morgan. News Editor . Sports Editor — Society Editor - Feature Editor John Alleu Maurice Clayton Marian. Mays Bill Pool Bxehange Editor Faculty Adviser George Samuelson Dollie Marie Glover IMPORTERS—Loronzo T.'igginn, Arthur Wagy, Scott Cockrell, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Merle Dayis, Gregg Wilfong, Doris Ferguson, Billie Stewart, Effie Lindsay, Pauline Auvenshine, Jimmy Morris. A£PRS5CriTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING Br National Advertising Serv...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOY Spring is in the air and tennis everywhere, and on just two courts. But it looks as if we are going to get another court, thanks to Coach Wisdom. Tennis players have really be- gun to work out for the tennis team. Last year was a successful one for Tarleton with Scott -win- ning the conference singles and Davis and Scott winning the con- ference double®. The tennis team did not lose a single match, that they played last year and some of those were with senior institu- tions. Weatherford, Daniel Baker, and N. T. A. C. were the matches that were played by Tarleton. So far there has not been any matches made, but there is a promise to have more and better matches than ever before. Also a better team. Scott, Hughes, Moore, and Collins are the old men back this year , There are several freshmen who are showing up rather well in the last week's play. Kenneth Martin, Bernard Clegg, Smith, Richard- son, Gandy, and Ted Norwood are some of the new material from ■w...

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

PAGES FOUR THE J-TAC Spinsterettes Mary Pigg speaks fondly of her best friend. PI is personality and strength are fiery subjects 011 low- er Pearl Chamber! in hall. The friend? Why, Mac, of course! We can't seem to find a girl who doesn't feel tenderly toward Jim Carrigan. Most of them have a very warm spot in their hearts for him, Jim (I'm it), could it he that phoning helps keep up the affec- tion for you -with girls? We wouldn't think so. Pansy Lee, we think we're giv- ing you too much publicity, but we must mention this. Wednesday, Pansy Lee got a package. She opened it and what had she but an Easter lily! McMurry College seems to have boys (his name? Ralph) with nice taste. We won- der what Henry would have thought if he could have heard the endearing terms which she ad- dressed to the sender. Frances (Gregory), we heard from unreliable sources that you felt you were dealt with a bit hardshly last week by us. But you see, we wanted every one to know yon weren't stood up by "O'R...

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

VOL. XVII, STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1937 HUMEER 24. 121 SENIORS ARE CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION IN MAY BOXING, WRESTLING AMD SPECIALTY ACTS DUE WEDNESDAY NITE Student Council And A, W. Sponsors Show At 7:15 In Gym S. Fast and- furious boxing' with some unique acts between bouts will make up the show which is sponsored by the Student Council and A. W. S. Council and to be siven Wednesday night at 7:15 in the gynu The main event, which is a bout between Joe Parrish, the champion of his C.C.C. camp and Bob Graves, captain of the football team, is re- ported to be a real scrap. Also matched fights will be Jake Reas- onover and A. V. Blalock and Her- man Poe vs. Curley Rutledge. The acts will include a tune from Arthur Wapry and Alfred Withrow on a musical insrument of their own. John Allen will put on some sort of an act. Paul Peats, who is working up the program, reports that a dancing act will probably bo secured. Two wrestling matches will finish out the show, Allen Read...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-ckiss mail matte? at the Poatoffiee in Stephenvi!le, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1870. t-s . //> ! SS« pr-cf-: P.M wiii urc,0MW CF k*/;r ::r,\^ r, '^/ri.HG A IC.00 I-AG: MANUSCRIPT WITH PAi-ns 4 i WiDF AND 18 mill'S H1UI.' HF IS RCCORDtMS V J rtiE IM I cR-PFt ATICNCF POLITICAL, UTECAR.Y, HISTORICAL, ART AMt> , SCEWTlFIC DATA PITCHERS [ Uno its funny bout sum uv these I Tp.rleton kids. The other nite as i wuz walk in down Tp.rleton i hurd this conversation between Gris- sctte and Fvio: Frio—"Margaret, | what's that gurglin sound?" Mar- j garet—"It's me tryin too swallow I that line ur hand in me." Address all communications to the- J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 tvlembcr IQ17 Flssocided Gollegids Press Distributors of Gblie6iaie Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief —- Business Manager —. As3fiein.tr.' Editor ^ Assistant Business Managers — Charles Morgan. News...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1937

THE J-TAC PACK THBEE PLOWBOYS TRACK SQUAD FINISH SECOND TO CONNERS AGGIES IN FAT STOCK SHOW MOSER WINS TWO DASHES; NELSON AND STEWART ALSO TAKE FIRSTS The Tarleton Plowboys finished second to the Conners Aggies of Oklahoma in the 15th annual Southwestern Exposition track and field meet held last Saturday in Fort Worth at Wortham field. The Aggies massed a total of 52',-i points to Tarleton's 30 points. Schreiner finished third with ID1/; and N.T.A.G. finished fourth with 12. The first place winners for Tar- leton were Ralph Moser. who won the 100 yard dash and the 440 yard dash; George Nelson, who won the discus throw; and Billy Stewart who won the 220 yard dash. The PJowbny mile relay team composed of Travis Key, Roy Kile, Billy P!f?wa rt, and Ralph Moser, finished a couple of stride** behind Couriers. The complete results of the meet are as follows: Shot Put—Pope, N.T.A.C., first; Wright, Conners, second] Kahn, Schreiner, third; McRae, Pari?, fourth. Distance—43 feet. 3 inches. Di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1937

PAGE FOUE THE J-TAC LARGEST HONOR ROLL OF YEAR ANNOUNCED WITH 106 PUPILS MAKING 80 OR MORE TEN STUDENTS MAKE 90 OR ABOVE IN ALL SUBJECTS DURING LAST SIX WEEKS The largest honor roll since the beginning of school last fall has been announced for the first six weeks preliminary of the seeond semester. The highest honor roll doubled itself over its highest point last semester, ten students having made all grades of 90 or above. The other roll also reach- ed its high for the entire school year with a total of 106 names. To be on the second honor roll, students must make 80 or above in all subjects. Grades from 92 to 100 are classi- fied as A's and count three (Trade points; B, S4 to 91, two grade points, and C, 76 to 83. 1 grade point. Those on the 90 honor roll are Myrtle Faye Amett, Pauline Auv- •enshine, John Buckner, John David Harper, Lorena Miears, Luna Ruth Petty, Bill Pool, Mary Robe, Mary Frances Robinson, and Sam Ven- able. The following made the 80 honor roll: Frances Aiken, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1937

voii xvn. STEPHENVILLE; TEXAS, THU; 4SDAY MAUCH S3, 1937 HUMEEE 25 EXPLOSION OF IDEAS WIPES OUT J-TAC STAFF Buck Bender Will Ride Again At Retreat HEW STUNT TRIED BY PUBLICITV FIEND "Where was I when the brains were passed out!!!" The most horrible scream ever uttered rang out through the first floor corridor of the Administration Building last Tuesday morning at exactly 11:25 o'clock. Lillard, Mahan, and Woodward froze in their tracks and for the first time in the his- tory of the school grew silent, choking on the next three mouth- fuls of words, which had already been spoken but had not had time to come out. Probably the reason why this particular scream was so mysterously confusing was be- cause the words uttered could have applied to almost anyone around Tarleton. . All classes were immediately dismissed. Students were free to run to shelter while there was still hope or to seek out the horrible disturber, as they would. "When will Elizabeth Everett rate the Keyhole!!!" A secon...

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