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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Publisher! Weekly by the Students of Jo!in Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoltiee in .Stephenville, Texas, under act of (.'ongresiH of M-'irrii 3, 1S7!"i, Address all communications to tlie J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. IQ36 Member 1037 Fissociafed Gollo&iale Press Distributors of (Mediate Digest STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Associate Editor - - n.-.rn.-y BUnikei.sMp Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jack UttPjrback, (>™e Morgan. News Editor - Sports Eil it or ....... — - Marmce Clayton Society Editor — Feature Editor.. IJl , , Exchange Editor .... T^?-°Tr "T! "V Faculty Adviser Doliie Mane Glme EEPOltTEKS—Lorenzo Riggins, Arthur Wagy, Scott Corkrell, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Merle Davis, Gregg Wilfonpr, Doris Ferguson, I..illie Stewart Effie Lindsay, Pauline Auvenshine, Jimmy Morris, James Vcbb, Bieliard Kodney, Randolph Scott, Lcta Mae Scott, Alexander Pechinis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE THREE GOLFERS WILL ENTER TOURNAMENT At the Central Texas Junior College Golf Tournament to be held at the Arlington Meadow- brook Country Club Friday arid Saturday, Mav 7 ami R, Tarleton will be represented by Billy Jack Wisdom, Otis Shropshire, and Bill Baggett. Team;- from T. M. 0., Ranger, N. T, A. C., llillsboro, find Weath- erford will enter in the compe- tition. The conference is an annual af- fair in which Tarleton has partici- pated for a number of years, hav- ing won first plate for three years ; about that later. We must think noiseless typewritur. reports that tlie now f a rcmi'ily tn l(cop tb(> rturffs Prvn't- sacrifice loo rnutch for a j tampments anywhere becmise of its j from Tarleton. We will talk more love —- Eden's more fun than aj I location. | Mr. "Mell'erd i Houston Chamber of Commerce is! from overburdening their minds bov; he nevur enjoyed anything 'trying very hard to get a state ; with studies. 1 think a good remedy move than giving u...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC DON RANKIN ELECTED CAPTAIN OF BASKETBALL TEAM NEXT YEAR BY SQUAD THURSDAY Largest Honor Roll Announced With 140 Students Making 80 or Above Don Rankin. letU-rnmn at jruard, Six Holdovers Slated To Return ! who arc slnfed to return next your Next Year to continue thi'ir world's record are Rankin. Tommy Tinker. Paul Mc- Cunachie, Raymond Adams, J. I), was elected captain of the basket- Poasre, and Joe Boone. ball team next year by his team- Those who attended the picnic mate.-; at a party at the home of, were- Jim C'arrifran. Kortelle Good- Coach W. J. Wisdom last Thurs- i win, Smnkey Killen, Mary Lee Full- day night. ' a£-er, Jude Smith, Teddie Allen. Dor) came to Tarleton from [ Thurman Hill), Frances Gregory, Springtown where he was a re-1 Carl McCdnachie. Jo Browning:, gular for three years. Lust year! Robert McClun^. Carol McCombs, ho was a star in the Fort Worth j Joe Boone, Mary Norton. J. D. City League. He saw plenty of I Poage, Anita Stewart, Tommy action...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1937

VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE. TEXAS. TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1937 NUMBER 31 Gardy Elected President of Student Council; Gragg and Wagy Chosen Publications' Editors PLOWBOYS CAPTURE TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP IN MEET HERE LAST WEDNESDAY MOSER HIGH POINT MAN WITH lli-Vi POINTS; 2 FIRSTS John Tarleton's purple and white track team came through, as ex- pected, to win the Central Texas Junior College conference track meet here Wednesday. Tarleton scored 95 points while NT AC cap- tured second place with 58 points, Clifton College, the only other en- trant, was third with IB points. Oapt. Ralph Moser of Stephen- ville, who was high point man with 1 f,34 points, led the riowboys by taking first places in the 100- F DAY TOUR Of EAST TEKAS THIS WEEK Chamber of Commerce Sponsors Trip to 17 Towns Where Band Parades The John Tarleton College hand of 50 members left at 7:30 o'clock Monday morning on a four day tour sponsored by the Stephen - ville Chamber of Commerce during and 440-yard dashes and running...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC CAMPUS CAMERA Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Batered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffkc in Stepheftville, \ Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879, j Address all communications to the J Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas, i 1936 Member m? Associafed Colleftiate Press Distributors of Collegiate Di6esf STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Guy McMurryj Business Manager Joe Kennedy : Aalsoi-iate Editor ■ Barney Riankensliip i Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jack Utterback, Gene Morgan. ; .... John Allen : . Mniiriofl Clayton j . Marian Maya j Bill Pool i Newa Editor . — Sports Editor - —- Society Editor - IFeature Editor ; , Hachange Editor - - George, Samuelson . Pv"^' '""u TiZZi PHILLIPS HARVARD AVERAG&D 290 YARDS OM 14 "if:E JHOTf IM A ROUND At PINEMUR5T, M.C. [M 1927/ 1HW> To ALLS'ftJRTS KECOR0 EQPK. . Faeulty Adviser Dollie Marie Glover REPORTERS—Lorenzo Riggins, Arthur Wagy, Scott, Ooekrcll, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE SCOTT WHS TENNIS SINGLES CROWN FOR 'set date for a summer squadron; flight tn the ITnitef 1 States to time his first stop at Dallas on .Tunc 1«, s.is a feature of the noon opening -day ceremony of the Pan American Jack and Mary Going to Fair 2ND STRAIGHT YEAR - N.T.A.C. Pair Take Doubles Title By Defeating Scott and Hughes In Finals Randolph Scott of Georgetown won the Texas Junior College conference u-nnis singles cham- pionship for John Tarleton Col- lege for the second consecutive year at the conference tournament at Arlington last Monday and Tuesday. In the doubles matches the Tar- leton number one team, composed of Scott and Marshall Hughes, was defeated in the finals by David and Justin Hickey of NTAC 6-1, f>-3. The Tarlrton number two doubles team. Bill Smith and David Collins, was defeated in th> semi-finals by the same Aggie pair. Marshali Hughes lost in the sec- ond round in singles to Justin Hickey. .Scott, after drawing byes to the semi-finals,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC MHamnrmyi ■SOCItTY SOS CLUB GIVES STARLIGHT PROMENADE FOR GUESTS; WOMEN'S CI-Ult GIVEN HOLDING AT EXPOSITION The SOS starlight promenade was Riven in the recreation hall Saturday night at 8:00 o'clock. A profusion of vines and flowers were arranged about the room. Star9 made of wild flowers hung from swcetbriar vines which trail- ed oved thi? windows and doors. The letters "SOS" were outlined in red roses within a niche in the wall. While punch and sandwiches were being: served during- the first intermission, Miss Betty Bean of Stephonville tap danced, and Sally Floy wood did an interpretative dance. At the second intermission punch and cakes were served to the following' guests and club mem- bers : Lucy Hennigan, Clara Savage, John Buckner, Dr. and Mrs, B. T. Dewey, James D. Bender, Mr. and Mrs. R, Bcrton Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. Reese, Edwin Brooks. Martin Johansen, Neil Randolph, Mayo Hollis, Curtis Nunn, Mar- garet Powers, Tommy Tinker, Frances Tate, Joe Kennedy,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1937

vol. xvn. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS. TUESDAY. MAY 18, 1937 number 32 SAM VENABLE ANNOUNED AS HONOR GRADUATE WITH 95 AVERAGE AMONG SENIORS LORENA MIEAKS IS SECOND HIGH GRADUATE OF 1937 Sam Venable, editor of the Grass- burr, is valedictorian of the gradu- ating class with an average over the two years of i'5, according to an announcement from Registrar Gabe Lewis Saturday. Venable is an engineering stud- ent anil was awarded the Tark'ton literary "T" as a distinguished student last year. Lorena Mieras of De Leon was second with an average of Do.fi. The other ton high students and their averages are Paul Deats, '.•1.5; Faydctte Jones, 91.1; Mrs. Lucille Martin, DO; Merle Davis. 89.K; Wilfred Watson, SO; Burnell Bennett, 88.9; Bill Pool, 88/.; and A. Jones, 88.5. The averages were based on all courses that they bad taken since their enrollment. BROWN WINS FIRST IN BEST FIRST YEAR CADETCOMPETITION Willougliby Takes Second Place In Contest Judged By Sergeant and Officers NEXT LONG SESSION OPEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Sports Season Topped by World's Record in Basketball Winning Streak CAMPUS CAMERA FOOTBALL, TENNIS, AND TRACK TEAMS SHOW UP John Tarkton College athletes have just completed a very suc- cessful year in the five major sports—football, baseball, track, and golf. j The following season was slight-1 championship in tennis this year, and his teammates gave a good ac-* count of themselves against out- side competition. : Billy Jack Wisdom, Rill Daggett, and Otis Shropshire represented tennis, ; Tarleton in golf. and all were (shooting below HO in competition. Although there is no inter-colleg- 0) CHARTS- PRCS-. EDW. M. NrAUfY OF SANTA, ANA O.C. HA5' MAPE UP ICOO LRCTURE CHARTS' DURING THE PAST 31J YEAKS. HE HAS1 DIA- GRAMMED OftR. TWO MIL&S OF paper Three feet in width/ ly below the standard of other . iate boxing in this conference, sev- years; however, the team played j era! promising boxers formed a well, many new stars were uncover-! circle of their own, and spo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1937

THE J-TAC PAGX THME GEOLOGY CLASS GOES ON 86-MILE JOURNEY The structural geology class, taught by S. P. Davis, head of the chemistry department, found fos- silized clans, formations from a cave, fern leaf imprints, rush leaf imprints, Crinid stems, petrified wood of the Conifer type of trey?, fossilized remains of Lepidoden- dron trees, one Echinoderma plate, and other types of fossils ranging from 50 to 100 million years old while on a 80-mile field trip Thurs- day, May 13. The class first visited an area abundant in petrified wood of the Conifer trees near the Wesley Chapel cemetery, elose to Blu^f Dale. In a rock wall nearby were the formations which had origi- nally been in a cave before tht: roof of the cave fell in. The owner of the wall said the formation came from near a spring on the place. The Conifer type of trees were as much as 100 feet high when they grew. On a hillside a tree had been removed to supply petrified wood for the rock wall. The length of the tree was estim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1937

PA&m FOUB the j-tac Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-clasa mail matter at the Postoffice in Steplienville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address ail communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. 1936 Member 1977 Ptesocsated GolleSiate Press Distributors of Go!ie6iaie Di6e$f STAPP Editor-in-Chief - Guy McMurry Business Manager Joe Kennedy Associate Editor ---- barney Blankenship Assistant Business Managers — Charles Brown, Jack TTtterback, Gena Morgan. News Editor —• _ f0*1®, I'n Sports Editor _ - Maurice Clayton Society Editor . . -- Jteature Editor - „ J . Bseehanga Editor - T^or^ Sam';,c'^ Fflsalty Adviser DoUie Ma"e Glover REPORTERS—Lorenzo Biggins, Arthur Wagy, Scott Cockrell, Howard Dalton, Gene Morgan, Doris Ferguson, Pauline Auveuslime, Jimmy Mor- ris, Richard Rodney, Randolph Scott, Alexander Pechinis, Kay Walker, Cherry Price, Cuter Rudd, Billy Hudgiaa. kbfbeienteo fob national aovertcsino by National A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1937

THE J-TAC PAGE FIVE BREAD LOAF, CHICAGO, AND NEW YORK WILL ATTRACT FACULTY THIS SUMMER OTHERS PI.A.N TO TRAVEL OK TF.ACIt FOR VACATION When this; term of school is ov- er, many of the faculty will trav- el or enroll for- flimmer school in various institutions. Sumo will go to other schools to teach. W. Curtis Xunn. with pomp originality, plans to work for the Ilumble Oil Company as historian at the Pan-American Exposition. Miss I.all IK- Hardin probably has the most extensive plans for the summer months. She will go to New York City to set- the plays. Afterwards she will study at Bread Loaf School of English in Vermont. Before returning to Texas, Miss Hsu-din will visit her hvot.her, an instructor ar Anna- polis, and stay a few days in Washington. Among those attending; the Eastman School of Music in Roch- ester, New York, will be Mr. and Mrs. "R. Berton Coffin. Miss Elisa- beth Mayhew, and Albert T. Lnp- er. Mr. and Mrs. Coffin will also be at the Chicago Musical College in Chicago...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1937

PAGE SIX THE J-TAC Band Trip Reveals Wilfong's Home Town Girl; Parades, Parents For One Night, and Banana Fighting Features Four-Day Tour — + ■ Fun? Oh bov! The Tarletonband1 hu ki"'Pt hii! C'Vt's on thl! T'"ad and and male quartet had the time „t 'r|!'" h|s (heir life during their fnui'-day es-i Ttl sb'.>\v their genuine approcia- capadc. One reason that wc had;til,n <>f (,ur v'*it, the Chamber of so much, fun was that were ; *■ omnierce in that town set tho en- not bothered with any sort of stud-, 'w group of fippers up to drinks ies except when we would chance to | the town drug store. fall into dee]) thought about what Tuesday evuiiintr was spent in wo were going to have for supper. Winnsboro. Now there is a strange The first occurrence of any mas'- P1^ tor you—they have twenty- nitude did not take place till tho grocery stores for a town convoy reached Rockwall, Texas, ajw'tb a population less than that little town -east of Dallas. It was j °f Steph-enville. soon disco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1937

OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLKTON AGRICULTURAL COLLEUE vol, xvix. STEPHENVIliLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1937. MTJfflLEEK 1. 620 DINERS TO TAKE MEALS IN DINING ROOM Boys Added to Serving Staff Of Cafeteria After Change Sixty-four tables wore set up to accommodate the 625 Tarleton students who reported to their assigned places at the dining hall this week. For the first time not only girls, but also boys are employed as ta- ble hops. Last year each waitress was responsible for , two tables. This meant that they were requir- ed to arrive at the dining hall about SO minutes early and that the service was slow. This year each waiter and waitress is given five minutes in which to set one table. They eat their meals after the regular meals are served. This arrangement doubles the employ- ment which gives aid to a greater number of students, gives them more time, and speeds up service. Tarleton students walk across newly refinished floors in the din- ing hall and eat from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1937 All - College Dance Saturday Tarleton's new students as well as the old will rejoice to know that an all-college dance is beinu; planned for Saturday night, Sep tewber 25, at 8 o'clock in the recrca tion hall. The purpose of this dance is to form and promote friendship among the new students and with the old students, The receiving line will consist of the members of the dance committee, The new mem bers recently elected are Mary Pigg, Hamilton; Hester Gone Guth rie, Breckenridge; and Stella Jane Rounsaville, Hamilton; t-en Olardy, Brownwood; Bill Latham, Stephen- ville; Carroll Learned, Houston; and Glen Collum, The only member of last year's dance committee to return this year is Dorothy Kennedy. Plans are not complete for the dance but will be announced later in chapel. Ideas of an Ignoramus It's really great to be ignorant. If you are, you can learn so much more Than the unlucky one5 who are already wise; For them there's no learnin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1937

Ti IKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE HOWDY, Freshmen and Upper-Classmen! H ► 1 ► < ► 1 ► < ► < ► < ► <► We Are Mighty Glad You Are Back, Seniors and To The Freshmen: We think you have shown good judgment in choosing the best Junior College in the U. S. Plan Now to make the Recreation Hall and The College Store Your Headquarters COLLEGE STORE CARL BIRD WELL, Mgr.

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1937

PAGE FOUR T1IE J-TAC TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 19&7 THE J-TAC Official Student Publication of John Tarleton Agricultural College PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE Entered as seeond-elasd mail matter at the Poatoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 8, 18T9 AdvertiHint; Kates: Local, 25c column inch: foreign, 35c column inch. Ad- dress all communications to the J-Tac, Tarletoti Station, Te.tad. RlSPHCSENTGD FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. New York, N. Y. CHICAGO - BOSTON - LOS ANGELES • SAN FaANCISCO STAFF . ARTHUR WAOY CfHARLES BROWN BPlTOB-rN-CHIEF _ ntraiNEBa manager Aaajwiate Editor Juanita Eudd Assistant Business Manager . •- H. F. Boyd News Editor Scott Cockrell Sport Editor Billy Hudgina Society Editor Cherry Price Feature Editor Edmina Croxdale FACULTY ADVISER DOLLIE MARIE Gl.OVER ? ? ? Getting a Good Start First impressions are always lasting. Com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1937

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE FIVE SPORTS BY BILLY HUDGINS TARLETON GRID STARS BEGIN TRAINING FOR A.C.C. WILDCATS tinker f ijsssjl & 5, MM5 'sSMtftr zesch PHARR KJLE JOHNSTON parish ■ ■ ft ■? Z 4 *• Au . i/ m.1 v /'V" ' ■■ J 48h- * 'j "" ) V'?-" >} " < i flPtj TANKERSLEY SCL, t < iST" V- 7 i F>. ■ ' *?.;' - V"*K,j# mathews MOORE ISUCKNER CLAKDY Yellowjackets Win 47-0 In First Tilt What has stopped work on those now tennis courts'? With a nuw supply of vigorous freshmen and a return of lust year's enthusiasts the courts are a veal necessity. To freshmen: We need your sup- port in John Tarleton College. You are fresh from high school where the motto for athletics is "Do or die". Continue that feeling1 here; pet acquainted with the Plowboy athletes: kno\v them both on the field and off. They're regulars, til- ways, Find your place in the school, arid lend your loyal support. Buy your athletic tickets now. The fever of football excitement has not yet reached...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 September 1937

PAGE SIX THE J-TAC TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1937 Freshmen, Freshmen, Everywhere And Not A One Who Thinks! S.O.R. AND S.O.T.S, GIVEN OPEN HOUSE j About forty guests called last j Sunday evening between five and: seven o'clock at the home of Miss ■' Moselle Hilswick for an open house at which Miss Hilswick and Miss] Elizabeth I-Icrndon were hostesses.: Guests included Miss Mary Hope : Westbrook, Associate Professor of! English at Tarleton, members <if! the S.O.S. and S.O.T.S. clubs and! their dates, and other students and faculty members. j MISS WESTBROOK TAKES j LEAVE OF ABSENCE | Returning to the University of Texas where she is studying to-j ward her PhD. in English, Miss Mary Hope Westbrook left here) last Thursday for Austin, Texas, ' Miss Westbrook is now employ- ing second leave of absence from ■ Tarleton, her first one being last [ year. i MAHAN, GLOVER HONOR j J-TAC STAFF ] The J-Tac staff combined busi-j ness with pleasure last Sunday evening at a picnic at Garner Park. Aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1937

OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1937 NUMBER 2 OFFICIALS CALL FOR DORMITORY WORK TO BEGIN Addition To Be Built On Science Bldg-.; Plans Rushed At a recent meeting of the board of directors of Texas A. and M. College, Tarleton officials were in- structed to call for bids on mater- ial for the much-talked-of new girls' dormitory. Architects have been instructed to complete plans and specifica- tions immediately for the propos- ed addition to the science building for which the legislature has ap- propriated §75,000.00. A total of §115,000.00 has been appropriated for building pur- poses this fall on Tarleton's campus. Fifty-six girls will be housed in the new girls' dormitory, which will be modeled similar to Lotta Moody Hall. The college force of workmen, augmented by local labor, will handle the work. It will be finan- ced through local funds. Although plans have not been completed for the scienc...

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