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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of. John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at. the Pn&toffiec in Strpheiiville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1870. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. NADINE ULOTH AND MAJOR. PAUL HUNT DEATS MARRY IN SURPRISE WEDDING HERE 1936 Member ! 937 Associated Coi!e8tate Press Distributors of Gotle6iate Digest DOUBLE RING CEREMONY S SAID BY REV. T. M. GORDON STAFF Editor Business Manager Associate Editor . Society Editor News. Editor Sports Kditnr Feature Editor ... —_ Exchange Editor" Faculty Adviser I. M. Blowhard T, H. E, Tightwad Small Stuff A. N. Y. Dirtdauber A. Bugbear ____ O. N. E, Dumbell ^ ___S. U. M. Fanfare U. Fathead Wet Blanket National Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Representative d20 Mapison Ave. New York, N. Y. CHICAGO - BOSTON - SAN FRANCISCO Los Angeles - Portland - Seattle <2. w tb -3 < • * s ^ <y\ ^ £3- P ^ c+ <U E- g W & O _ N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOYS WIN ALL-AMERICAN DOMINO TOURNAMENT Tarleton Overwhelms Harvard In 19 Day Battle Filled With Action OSCAIi WEIXS AND VINSON DUVALL LEAD IN'VICTORY Dashing the Harvard University team to an overwhelming defeat, the JTAC Plowboys snagged the 1937 championship in the All-Am- erican domino tournament. Although the tournament was a short one as compared with the last year's brawl, it consumed the greater part of nineteen days. A play-by-play description could not be obtained by the crew of one reporter that went to the scene of the battle. The reporter had to leave every two or three days in order that he might get some food (reporters do eat). It seemed that just as soon as the reporter would leave the room, the players would snap into actioil and play a dom- ino. Probably the most outstanding' player on the Plowboys' team was J. Oscar Wells, who, without doubt, is the slowest person on the Tarleton campus. However, Mr. Wells was not alone. His right hand ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-1 AC iaeaeusuusfiSB REGISTRAR AND DEAR OF MEN DECIDE 10 END DEMERIT GIVING Old System Out Of Date For A Progressive School Like Tarleton Gabe Lewis and Bozo Brooks, registrar and dean of men, held a conference this week and de- cided that the demerit system would have to be done away with* "That form of discipline is too old-fashioned for a progressive school like Tarleton College," Gabe was quoted as saying. "Besides it is too much trouble. It takes too much time to enforce the regula- tions and assess demerits." Mr. Brooks said that his reason for wishing to abolish the system was because there was really no need for it. "Young people of col- lege age," said Brooks, "are intel- ligent enough to do what is best for them. They don't need anybody to tell them what they should do and shouldn't do. "We have enough confidence in our students to believe they will not drink, ride in cars, or be out after hour seven when there are no rules. Therefore, in order to make Tarle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1937

3 R VOL, XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APEIL 6, 1937 NUMBER 26 J.T.A.C. STUDENTS ATTEND CONFERENCE IN MINERAL WELLS OVER 250 PERSONS, INCLUDING DISTINGUISHED GUESTS, FEAST HONOR OF BASKETBALL TEAM State Legislators Come As Honor Guests of State Senator Head of Austin More than 250 persons, including many distinguished guests, feasted in honor of the undefeated 1937 Plovvboy basketball team at a ban- quet held in the college dining hall last Friday night. Among those who spoke at the annua] affair were a group of state representatives who were the hon- or guests of State Senator J. Man- ley Head, of Stephenville, Texas. Toastmaster for the dinner was F. T. (Tam) Chandler, Stephenville attorney, who was toastmaster at a similar bancjuet held last year at this time. Being' the first speaker of the evening. Dean J. Thomas'" Davis took the lead in praising- the Plow- boy team that has established a World's record by remaining un- defeated throughout four consecu- tive seasons. As t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Royal Order of J.TA.C, Burred Heads Set Latest Cuts In Clever Campus Coiffures • it"' '. •• •• Published Weekly by Hie Students of John Tarlctoii Collego Entered aa seoond-ckiss mail matter at the Postofliri' in Stephenville, Texas, under net of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tat1, Tarleton Station, Tesas. 1936 Member 1977 Rssociafed GolieSicrfe Press Distributors of Collegiate Di6esl I *>*&* -~-s. /... v- / h ip.due!? charter 6tlpu ate? \ 1HAi ^iERE on THE boa!.'! ■ f " ^ ' R'hbtKrrS1 "one FARMER one {■-/««- M ..f.-ri \\'K STAFF Editor-in-Chief — —- Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Associate Editor . . ... .... . . . . .. Barney Rlankcnship Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jack Utterback, Gene Morgan. News Editor Jc)lln Allen Sports Editor ----- Maurice Clayton Society Editor . ... - —- -- Marian Ma>s Feature Editor - -- --- • B>" P®0' Exchange Editor George Surmtelsou Faculty Adviser ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE TRACK TEAM RECORD ATTRIBUTED TO WORK OF COACH FRAZIER Teams* Have Won Centra! Texas Conference ! rown Since Organization rA , . l^SL'\ I HriLXKG l: C-l- (VI IT'S! JiC i k*w: sr. iiwcu'os f^4 '' " fr *■ I. v.: ,ix w:rs, /d tor. WOODWORK EXHIBIT OPEN PARENTS' OA! SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE ATTRACTS 35 CANDIDATES DESPITE HINDERING WEATHER s; iec Piiz-D o? 5j vmcssss The remarkable record of the Tarleton track team in the past de- cade may be attributed to the di- rection of Coach Oscar Frazier i&Sisi whose track teams have won the Central Texas Conference meet every year since its inauguration in 1934. Before the conference was founded, the Plowboys, un- der his direction, won the state meet every tim&, since 192(1, except in JiUil and 1932, whe-n they finish- ed second to Amarillo Junior col- lege. Frazier has guided the Plowboys to many victories at such place as the Rice, Texas, and S.M.TT. re- lays. At the now discontinued Rice and S.M.U. relays the Plowb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Spring Again Brings Out Campus Beauty !?$;• -1 \V... ,v <MJ> *' ' *, /i ,VV sf ti i*^ ,-s 3W? ** ij Tt ' I * "jyL, j. t tit. - * t « 4.' h i I fc - > ■f S. _ J 1J Zz/Ve of John Tarleton Reveals Him As A Rugged Pioneer With a Liberal Heart Just now, when there is talk of making John Tarleton Agricultural college a senior institution, we are reminded of t he growth of the colleges of the state. Although this progress has been the work of Tarleton executives anil stud- ents, yet it is the materialization of the dream of that rugged pion- eer, John Tarleton, whose endow- ment brought about the founding of the college. John Tarleton was a man who set for himself an aim and spent his life working- toward it. That aim was the establishing of a school for boys and girls. For this purpose he lived so frugally that many people called him a miser. He endured every hardship, refus- ing: comforts that the poorest peo- ple had. He always walked when he could ride. He ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1937

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILIE. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APEIL 13, 1937 NUMBER 27 Jim Wilson, Wandering Journalist, Tells of Expedition Across Africa SPEAKER WAS CLASSMATE OF DOREMUS AT NEBRASKA "A fellow is bound to have a screw loose somewhere when he at- tempts to cross the heart of Africa by motorcycle," admitted Jim Wil- son, when ho told Tarleton students of his African adventures Wednes- day evening at the college auditor- ium. Mr. Wilson, a wandering- journa- list and author of "There-Wheeling Through Africa," showed moving pictures of the expedition, in which he and his companion. Francis Flood, crossed Africa by motor- cycle. They started on the west coast at Logos and traveled northwest to Zinder. There the IJrench com- mandant urged them to turn hack, declaring that the journey on would be impossible. But they continued through French Equatorial Africa through the Toubnn Tribal country, throug-h El Obeld, from there to Khartorum, and from Khartorum to the Rpd Sea. The journey was a seri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Published Weekly by the Students of .t0i111 Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail mutter at tin: Pnstoffice in Steplicnville, Texas, under net of Congress of March 3, 1S7'J. \ m am A ■( •• - ' . S : 11*& PAUL ®©t ■-.rr/vj Af-ID 'TrUTTERS 114 Fmrn, LATIN ITALIAN, GERMAN, SPANISH, QNSn lVil AND CjRBf.K / ni" i'-; wc.v Lj ,\i:;OING CHIMES E- AT ILL 0 '*■ iowa WIII^E HE. A1IPNDS Tin- srr ron a imk? to rlucl- the WJHT OI: HIS1 STUTVETlWG. Address nil communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Btatiou 1Q36 Member 1937 Plssociaied Goilegiate Press Distributor-? of Col!e6iaie Di6esf STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Assoeiu! c Editor AssistIIIIt Business Managers N«w;i Editor ... Sports Editor . . . Society Kditor Feature Editor Exchange Kditor Faculty Adviser .. — CIlMrlr Motpin. Guy McMurry; Joe Kennedy ! iurney BlnnkcliPldp Brown, Jack Uttrrlmek, Gene KEl'OKTKKS—T.oronzu Riggins, Arthur Wairy, Ki-ott CodmOl. Hall on ftfiir Morgan, M.-rl.- M.-i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Dean Davis Explains Increasing Desire of I Young People to Go to College and Why J Responsibility Rests on Today*s Students Dean Davis Returns From Chicago larger, T ho mas colleges Why is there such mi increasing desire to attend college? Groups of students in American college* are constantly growing- according to Dean J. Davis, who visits many over the country from your to year. TVhto are many rea- sons, ho says, some frivolous and some good; but the essential one is the desire for success. Now success, thinks Dean Davis, is attained partly by luck and partly by pluck. Without pluck no one can succeed to any great ex- tent, and yet, luck often furnishes one the opportunity for exercising his pluck. Young- people of today must prepare themselves; for greater re- sponsibilities than ever before, for today's world is fast moving, caught in a mail rush for effici- ency, power, chance, and speed. The race has become wasteful of natural resources, ^vhich arc fast be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC PRINCESS SLAVIANSKY COHDUCTSCHOMISIN CONCERT LAST WEEK Is Newest Building Beside Dormitories m Princess Margarita Agreneva Slaviansky, one of the most noted women conductors of tlie world, presented her Russian Chorus in a concert at John Tarleton College auditorium April G, at 11 o'clock. The chorus appeared at Tarleton ; two years ago. The program consisted of the singing of classical and humorous songs in both male and female j combinations. Outstanding- among j the soloists was Mile. Mara Slavi- ansky, daughter of the conductor. The members of the chorus wore ' elaborate costumes in Russian fashion. Special lighting effects wore arranged. Eight men and , ten women made up the company, j Mile. Slaviansky's first solo was "A Maiden's Wish." by Chopin, i Other pongs were "Down the Riv- • or Volga," an ancient folk song; j the college song1 of Massachusetts; "Father in Heaven," solo by Mile. Slaviansky, and "Old Man River," ; a male solo. The program also include...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1937

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVUILE. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1937 NUMBER 28 NOMINATIONS FOR STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICES AND STAFFS OF PUBLICATIONS ANNOUNCED GEORGE AND DAVID BRYANT MADE LEADERS OF PARTIES Nominations for the Student Council offices and the members of the J-Tac~and Grassburr staffs and their party affiliations were announced by Mack Mize, presi- dent of the Student Council last Friday. Party leaders are George Bry- ant and David Bryant, and active campaigns are already begun. Nominees for yell leaders are not complete, Mize announced. The vote of the student body not to have girl yell leaders will re- sut in either three or four boys being selected for leaders. The Student Council will decide on other nominations: this week. Mize stated that so far no outlaw par- ties had selected any candidates. The list of nominations are as follows: President of Student Council— Len Clardy and Ted Ruth. Vice-president of Student Coun- cil—Louis Mickley and Kenneth Martin. Secretary-treasurer of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Exposition Esplanade ] 'TOfTTn Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Katcred as second-class mail matter at the Postoffire in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1937 Flssoctded ColSegide Press Distributors of Goile&iafe Di6est STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Guy McMurry j Joe Kennedy Aaaociatc Editor V!ir™;' Blank™*!"!' i Assistant Business Manager® — Charles Brfmn, Jrtck UiterbacK, ucno , Morgan. Newra Editor Sports Editor t — Sm-.iety Editor ... Feature Editor Bxth&nge Editor - - Faculty Adviser John Allen Maurice Clayton Marian Mays Bill Pool George Sanroclson Dollie Marie Glover *1 11EPOETEES—Lorenzo Biggins, Arthur Wngy, Scott Cockrcll, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Merle Dayis, Ore^ Wilfnng, Doris_ 1 ergiiaon, Billie Stewart, Kffie Wndsa'v. Pauline Auvenshiw, Jimmy Morris, James Webb, Richard Rodacy, Randolph Scott, Lota Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Pan-American Exposition Opens in | Dallas June 12 For Run of 142 Days On Juno 12 the only international fair of HI"" will open ill Dallas summer, which revolutionized out- door shows. Five hundred years of for a 1-12 day run. This is in good i histnry of Noi'th ;lm! South Amer- , ,, [ iea will he depicted with the lami- keeping with thy gooa neighbor'. ! , , ,. r injr of ( olumbus' "Santa Maria in nolicy of thf 21 republics of North , , „ , . 1402. and closing' with President and South America. , ■ t,, , .. . ■ • -ii Koosevelt s pledge at the peace eon- Th-e Latin American spirit will 6 1 be well upheld in the $25,000,000 exhibit building's of classic Aztec design. There also will be a 200 acre park landscape to resemble a tropical garden. Nine Latin Amer- ican countries have boon allotted space in the $1,000,000 Pan-Ameri- can Building, which is a hlock loner and which will display the age-old craftsmanship of Central and South America. As one travels through t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1937

PAGE FOim THE J-TAC A. & M. held their annual FFA shite judging contests yesterday, Monday, April ID. There were quite a few attended this affair. There were the 750 boys from Area IV that came to the Tarleton contest here on April S besides nine other representatives each year to these contests at A. & M, There were almost as many FFA boys on the A. & M. campus April 10 as there we re cadets there. Mr, MefFerd journeyed down there Sunday and came back Mon- day. Area IV has. for the last five or six years, 'won more honors nt A. & M. contests than any other Area in the state of Texas. They usually carry off the sweepstakes trophy besides winning- many other individual honors. The A. & M. contests are state contests, and the winners in each contest get a trip to Kansas City ni'xt October to compete in the Na- tional contests at the American Royal Livestock Show arena. The American Royal Livestock Show held at aKnsas City, Mo., in October of each year is one of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 April 1937

YOL. svn, STEPHENVILI.E. TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1937 NUMBER 29 Election Scheduled Next Thursday; Outlaws Present Other Nominations GORDON BACKS SIX ON HIS TICKET ANNOUNCED APRIL 29 Election of student officers for next year will be held in chapel next Thursday, April 29, and will be conducted by the Student Coun- cil, according to Mack Mize, presi- dent of the council. A party designated by Mack Miae,as the "Outlaw" party was announced Monday by Lawrence Bledsoe. Tommy Gordon is the campaign manager and is support- ing- six candidates. Those running are for the following offices: Yell leader, Bernard Clegg; Edi- tor J-Tac, Effie Lindsay; Associate Editor J-Tac, Juanita Rudd: Assoc- iate Editor Grassburr, Ben Holton; Business Manager Gt'assburr, Johr, Buckner: and Sports Editor Grass- burr, Harold Yarbrough. Another independent party of several candidates was approved Monday, but no list of the ones run- ning could be obtained. Archie Scott was the campaign manager. A list of cand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 April 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Collegians Sound Eloquent Thumb's Death Knell Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton CoIH'g'e .Entered as srro d-eIa33 mail matfer at the Postoffire in Step henville, Texas, under art. of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address ail {.oramuniciitions to the J-Tae, Tarlcton Station, Texas. 1036 Member IP?? PUsociafed GolleSiofe Press Distributors of CbHegiate Di6es! STAFF Guy MeMurry Joe Kennedy Bi.rney Bis nkensliip Brown, Jack Utterbaik, Geno Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Asso<-i :i t <■> Editor Assistant Business Managers — Charles Morgan. Jfeivs T'-ditor . .. John Allen Sports Editor - Maurice Clayton Society Editor — - - Marian Mays Feature Editor P°°l ExdmtiRe Editor George .Ss.muelson Faruliv Adviser . . . .. — Dollie Mar REPOKTERS—Loreiizo Kiggins, Arthur Wagy, Scott Corkrell, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Merle Dayis, Gregg Wilfong, Doris Fergus m, Billie ; Stewart, Eft'ie Lindsay, Pauline Auvensliine, Jimmy Morris, James Webb, j Bieliard Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 April 1937

THE J-TAG PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Tarleton Avenue was well tra- versed last night, for lost affections the students were chattering- what they did, whom they saw, and above all, how sweet the old boy friends or girl friend was. About the old boy friend Dixie says that all she and her boy friend did was fuss then turn around and make up. All the people in Houston wanted to know if Richard Weyrick had been tapped on the head. No, that love bug has bitten him—and how! Back Booger Bryant's Bunch CHAS. BROWN for BUSINESS MANAGER OF J-TAC "Experience Personified!" Just watch that Bryant-Weyrick like a family reunion the way all race. Yes sir, Mr. Hallmark, I would be ashamed to go to another town and break a sweet girl's heart. You must be a pretty good talker or something to overcome a girl's heart in low days. Is it right that Phyllis Smith Rounds a lot better of these old steadies are getting back together. Somkey. are you doing pretty good with this little town girl I heard ho much ab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 April 1937

PAGE FOUK THE J-TAC Plenty of Color and Showmanship Will f Goodwill Ambassador ) Characterise Pan-American Exposition —— ' BILL TO MAKE SENIOR COLLEGE PASSES SENATE I Exposition Speaker Gold braid, bright colored uni- forms of 21 nations, flowers and beautiful girls will characterize Long Island, which revolutionized iiulo racing as a spectator-sport, and sold out of box seat:; ai all tho George Marshall entertain- \ .S27.n0. Built like a circular tiuir- ment features at the Greater Tex- caw. where the entire race can as and Pan American Exposition, opening in Dallas June 12. Mr. Marshall, the international fair's S100,000-a-sf ason entertain- ment director, makes a habit of these things, and for a reason— they are box office attractions. There will be nothing drab and colorless around anything: this man touches. He follows the the- ory that people want to go where beauty, life, and color are ram- pant. So. when patrons seek en- trance at the Pan American Games, they will find the C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1937

"VOL, XVII. STEPHEFVILIrE, TEXAS. TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1937 NUMBER 30 FEDERAL INSPECTION WILL BE MADE HERE THURSDAY; ROTC DANCE ENDS PROGRAM MAJ. POAGE SCHEDULED TO REVIEW AND EXAMINE ALL CADET CORPS The Greek pageant was held in the college auditorium at 6:00 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rain caused the change to the auditor- ium instead of having it on Hays Field as scheduled. Federal inspection for and in be- half of the commanding officer of the Eighth Corps Area will be con- ducted at John Tarleton College next Thursday, May fi, by Maj. Robert O. Poage of Fort Sam Hous- ton. San Antonio. Major Poage is the acting adju- tant general of the Eighth Corps Area and assistant to the officer in charge of civilian components. He inspected last year at Tarleton ami this year at N.T.A.C. The inspection officer will ob-! serve extended order drill and quo?- ! tion cadets about rifle markmnn- j ship, scouting and patrolling, mus-1 ketry. the automatic rifle, combat Kennedy, Croxdale, Snow, Cath...

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