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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1937 THE J-TAC Official Stulent Publication of John Tarleton Agricultural College PUBLISHED WEEK-LT BY TJfE STUTVENTS OF JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE Entered aa vecond-ciasa tiiuU matter at the Pewtoffico in Stephanville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 13. 1870 Advertising Rates: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Ad- dress all cominunicatiun9 to the J-Tac, Tar let on Station, Texas. R£PRe?£NT£0 ran NATIONAL a0vls&T13INS by National AdvertisingService, Inc. College Publishers Representative 42,0 Madison Ave. New York, N. Y. ch1caso - boston - Los anr.ci - si.h francisco STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - ARTHUR WAGY BUSINESS MANAGER CHARLES BKOWN" Associate Editor Ju®nit? Assistant Business Manager ^ F. Boyd News Editor SmU Cockrell Sport Editor ~ P>"y Hurtgins Society Editor ---^erry J!^e Feature Editor E.lmina Croxdale Exchanse Editor Luclle Simpson FACULTY ADVISER COLLIE MARIE GLOVER PITCHERS CAMPUS CAMERA The 1938 Grassburr To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1937

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE TARLETON WINS SEASON OPENER FROM A. C. C. BY 7-6 MATTHEWS LUGS BALL OVER; TINKER ADDS CRUCIAL POINT The John Tarleton Plowbovg opened their 1937 football season with a bang Saturday night when they defeated a stubborn band of Wildcats from Abilene Christian College on Parramore field in Abilene to the tune of 7 to 6. Displaying a defensive that sur- GIRLS MOVE INTO NEW DORMITORY QUARTERS In tlie recently equipped girls' dormitory, formerly the education building, a buzzer system has been installed, and new furniture is to be put into use there. Twenty girls are rooming- in this dormitory, with Aileen Culpepper as chaperone. Make your plans now to be at Arlington for the Tarlcton-N.T.A.C. game Thanksgiving Day, Complete BEAUTY SERVICE BEAUTY BOX Lucille Willard, Prop. Phone 100 prized and bewildered the Chris- tians, the Plowboys played heads up ball and made the most of their chances. The first score came at the close of the first qua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAG TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1937 •SOCItTY- MISS MAY JONES ENTERTAINS CLUB Miss May Jones, newly elected sponsor of the 0. W. L.'s Club, en- tertained club members with a dinner at her homo at six o'clock Wednesday evening. A business meeting preceded the dinner, at which time the members made plans for their rush party, social, and dance. An attractive center piece and other decorations carrying- out the O. W. L. motif were used. Those who attended the dinner were Elsie Pulley, Luna Kutb Pet- ty, Eugena Gentry, Dorothy Ken- nedy, and Hortelle Goodwin. KX-TARLETONITE GIVEN NEW APPOINTMENT Horace James Garrett, ex-Tar- letonite, has recently been given temporary appointment as an un- der preservation aide in the Divis- ion of .Repair and Preservation in the National Archives at Wash- ington, D. C. Garrett was a p re-law student in the junior class last year and was also a member of Company F. I'RE-LAW STUDENTS ARE ORGANIZED The Pre-Law Club held its first meeting of the...

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

FOLLOW THE PLOWBOYS Saturday Night <88 OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE BUY A GRASSBURR It's Only $4,00 VOL, XVII, STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1937 NUMBER 3 JOURNALISTS GO TO FORT WORTH Visit Newspaper Plant And Hear Talk In Hotel Texas Tarleton's Journalism students went to Fort Worth Wednesday afternoon to learn more about their work in the newspaper fielld. They were conducted through the Fort Worth Star Telegram build- ing where different phases of newspaper work were explained alld demonstrated to them.- The Star-Telegram photographer took pictures of the group which were used in the paper. At a dinner in the Texas Hotel, A. H. Montford, staff reporter and special assignment writer, spoke. Mr. Montford's articles appear daily in the Fort Worth Star-Tole- grarn. He has been sent to cover varied assignments for his paper. He cov- ered the Clyde Barrow-Bonnie Parker killing and the New Lon- don disaster. The New London dis- aster, ...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 5, 1937 THE J-TAC Official Student Publication of Jchn Tarleto Agricultural College PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE Entered aa second-daaa mail matter at the PcatafTice in Stepheiiviile, Texas, undor act of Congress of March 3, I87& Advertising Rates: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 36c column iilch.. Ad- dress all communications to the J-Tac Tarleton Station, Texas. REPnE3ENT£D FQf* NATIONAL ADVERTISING 6V National fldvertisingService, Inc. College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave, Mew York, N. Y. CHICAGO - BOSTOCI - Los A*g£L£3 - SAN FRANCISCO STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ARTHUR WA GY BUSINESS MANAGER - CHARLES BROWN Associate Editor 5Ud<} Assistant Business Manager — "* Newa Editor geftt Cockrell Snort Editor BiUy Hudgma Society Editor ---.Cherry Pnct Feature Editor Edmitia Croxdale Exchange Editor -Lucile Simps™ Circulation Manager nnViiV'Mvim^ FACULTY ADVISEE DOLLIE MARIE CLOVEK ♦++4-f+4-*-f.f++++-+--M--*+...

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

TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 5, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOYS PLAY FIRST HOME GAME HERE SATURDAY TARLETON HOLDS CAMERON AGGIES TO 6-6 TIE IN OKLAHOMA THRILLER Tinker Totes Ball Over] and tha game was deadlock Standing- Up; Extra Point Lost Tarleton's Plowboys scored early The fourth quarter saw a stub- born defensive play and a dazzling aerial game, both sides pushing deep into opponent's territory, only in the third quarter in their game ! loFe thc bal1 on dowlls" Friday night with the Cameron Ag- '^'1e was marked by ^re" gies at Lawton, Oklahoma, but | nuent penalties, Tarleton reeeiv- were unabe to hold their lead and , 'n5> yards by this route, the game ended in a 0 to 6 draw. > Stevens Qhxyed a brilliant game The game was thrill-packed t fullback, intercepting an Aggie throughout and marked the occa-' P.ass and a bang-up otfen- sion for Cameron's home-coming. s*Vc S?atne- Coats, Johnston, an the ends starred in the line. Pharr and Boyd played the entire game, this being the sec...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 5, 1937 •50CI4TY 1'RESS CLUB PLANS ] INITIATION The Tress Club held its sccond meeting of the semester Tuesday night, September 28, in the Recrea- tion hall. Business of the meeting was election of new members and plans for an initiation party which ■will be October 12. Guests of the Press Club were six F. F, A. chapter reporters ■who were on the Tarleton campus Tuesday for a F. F. A. meeting. Refreshments of punch, sand- wiches, and cookies were served to Hugh Gragg, Charles Miller, Arthur Wagy, Dorothy Kennedy, Billy Hudgins, Scott Coekrell, Charles Brown, C. D, Nichols, EfTie Lindsay, and Miss Elizabeth Hern- don, and their guests. TEJAS HOLD STEAK FRY AT LAKE Members of the Tejas club and their dates attended a steak fry at Garner Park last Saturday evening: from two until six-thirty o'clock. Some of the group went kodak- ing while others spent the after- noon listening to music from a portable radio. Those who attended were Miss Adelo Clem ...

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

J'T r FOLLOW THE PLOWBOYS Friday Night -_n_n_ny Z 752 BUY A GR&S&BORK It's Only $4.00 official student publication of john tarleton agricultural college VOL. XVIL STEFHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 12, 1937 NUMBER 4 HONOR POINTS ARE ANNOUNCED As announced by Miss Clara Savage, dean of women, Saturday morning in chapel, no Tarleton student will be permitted to have over fifteen honor points. Various offices are classified under differ- ent heads. The offices counting ten honor points are president of student council, president of Senior class, head yell leader, colonel of cadet corps, editor of Grassburr, busi- ness manager of Grassburr, editor of J-Tac, business manager of J-Tac, and president of the A. W. S. council. President of Junior class, lieu- tenant-colonel of cadet corps, art editor of Grassburr, and chairman of student social committees will each receive eight honor points. Those receiving five honor ponts are president of any social club, officers—other than president o...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1937 E J-TAC Official Student Publication of John Tarleton Agricultural College PUBLlSHEU 'WEEKLY BY TH£ STUDENTS OF JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE Entered as second-class mail matter at tho JPostoffioo in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 187'J Advertising Rates: Local, 25c column [ inch; foreign, S5c column inch. Ad- [ dress all communications to the J-Tac. i Tarleton Station, Texas, REPRESENTEE] POP NATIONAL ADVERTISING SY National Advertising Service, Inc. ColfrtP Publishers ki<t>resenta-!h>& 4ZO MADISON Ave. New York:, N. Y. Chicago - Boston ■ Los Angeles * 5*.n fjtakcisco STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAG15K .. . Associate Editor Assistant Busings Manner News Editor Sport Editor Society Editor Feature Editor , Exchange Editor -— Circulation Manager FACULTY ADVISER ARTHUR "WAOY . . 0I-IARL15R BROWN Jtt^nita liudd H, V. Boyd Seutt Cocki'L'll Killy H luteins Cherry Price Edmina Crrasdolo Lite He _ Loren/.o Ki^ums...

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

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE KILE RUNS THROUGH COWBOYS AS OPEN-MOUTHED CROWD LOOKS ON 7-6 Defeat Over H-S Frosh Added To Win String Featuring a swivel-hipped, side- stepping artist from Breclvenridge. the Tarleton Plow hoys fought their way tn a 7 to f> victory over the strong freshman team from Ha r- din-Simmons in a ijante Saturday night on Hays Field. Roy Kile, in the first two frames this year just another hack, tin- ! loosed all his running ability and thrilled the crowd with his lone runs, end sweeps, and constant hrillant returns of punts and kick- offs. Rut midway in the first quar- ter, Kile took a punt from Ford and after reversing his field twice and shaking off an entire team of taeklers, he wormed his way from his own 30 yard line to scamper across for the first score of the game. lie made 14 and 20 yard gains on lone: end runs, and played a bang-up defensive game. Toofer Johnston stood out in the line, playing a whale of a de- fensive game, interce...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1937 KILE RUNS THROUGH— (Continued from Page Three) loss, after taking the pass back from center and reversing the field. Matthews quick-kicked over the goal line. Cowboys had the ball on their own 20. Four re- placements were made in the Cow- boy line-up. Thomas made a 4 yard gain, Read and Boyd pulling: him down. Chisholm's reverse to Moore picked up 1 yard. Time out for the Cowboys, Chisholm being hurt on the play. Rush and Ford went into the game for the Cow- boys. Rush picked up 4 yards thru center. Ford's long pass to Thom- as was wide and incomplete. Ford punted to Kile, who returned the ball 6 yards to his own 24 yard line. Kile picked up 2 yards over right guard. Kile on a reverse, stumbled and gained only a yard. Matthews punted to Thomas, who returned the ball five yards to the Plowhoy 45. Ford made 5 through center. Thomas picked up 2 more on the Tarleton 28 yard stripe. Rush failed to gain over left guard, stopped by the entire r...

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

On To N. T. A. C.! $1.35 Round Trip / "fiU LiL., r It is Not Too Late To Buy A Grassburr OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OK JOHN' TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL, XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1937 NXTMBEB 5 GRAGG ASSURES STUDENTS OF 1938 GRASSBURR AS CAMPAIGN CLOSES . - job going to a firm of engravers 700 Copies Purchased;.in Austin. Class pictures ate now being Work Begins On Layouts made in the Baxley Studios. In a statement to the J-Tac Buekner said, "We. the staff, want Assuring the students that there j to thank the student body for their would be a 1038 Grassburr, Editor j splendid cooperation in helping us Hugh Gragg Saturday announced j put over the subscription drive; that the Grassburr staff would go! we promise that we will do our best into action this week on the actual! to give you a Rood annual." preparation of copy for the 19381 "It is to be made clear that annual. I students may still purchase the John Buekner, business manager,■ Grassburr, as sale...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESEAY, OCTOBER 19, 1937 THE J-TAC Ofrit:iaI Student Publication of John Tnrli-t>n Agricultural College PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY TI1K STUDENTS OF ,U HN TATU.ETON COLLEGE Entered as at'eond-clas;;' mail mn'tec at thf in ►stephenville, Tyxns, under isot of Con<;ivss of ^Ia: i-h l>. 3 ^V1 Advertising Bat Local, 25c column inch ; furvi^n, Dric column inch. Ad' dross all irnn:munk*ath/>«-. to the J-TilC, Tarleton Slut ion, Texas. REPRESENTED COR MATIOIVAU ADVERTISING BV Mationa!Sd¥eriisiiigS«rvjc8,fr c. C.uiU'-W Mt'presentutiv! 420 MAtJ!so,\ Avt. New York, N. V. CHICawj • C-.-T.'.i • L'>"An"C:L', • SaN pRAfitlSCO STAFF EPITOK-lN-rilTHF * BUSINESS MA^AGKR APRnCiUt^ K'litdf - — Assistant IJu.-inrss IV31l11;i^r New-? S5i!itiir Sport Eilitm." — -- Society Editor _ ^-- - Feature Editor Kxohiinfrc tt.iil.or — -. ^ Circulation Mati;urtjr — ... — JiKPOK'l'EKS: Chita SImITom!. l>n:>hnv MU'\ Jfiiia I\ivi*. NiHn A>1 m. l'Ml. 'i' Hi-imii, I'i Mkuti J il* Jobn-i...

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

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE DR. SMITH WILL I TALKTOTEXANS Scientists To Convene In Dallas Nov. 11 For Session Dr. Hugh II. Smith, head of flic , biology depart sin-til ,;t Tarb-foTi. - will to thi- 'IV.\:ts- A'/mf'.'jny of Sri-nee in Dallas o: Xovcn.hel' 11. Mr. S.ni:t 1 >"s sii 1 >J1 i 11 ln> mi "Juvenile 1 c :s I' eharacteristh-V and the rate nf trnn.-pirufion in Pha-'eohis Yulgari For sovci.'il yet: rs l>r. tfniith lias been c f i > i'! 11 i. ■ 1T11: ■■ research on leaf characteristic!* fur tlrnuth en- durance. 'He plants beaus in his own 2nv(](ii and makes d;iily ub- : jjervjit)<>«:« >it tlifl'twnf hours. Transpiration is measured by quantitative eh "mien i lesls by which tho amount fo water lu:-: from the leaves is measured. The j first phase nt' his study has been concerned with the number of ! stomato or lo-eathing Iioles per ! square inch in various kinds of j leaves. PleSeili Results . Results so fill' have shown thai ' one variety...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESRAY, OCTOBER 19, 1937 president; Pet Jarvif, vice-pres- ident, and Betty Lou Childs, sec- retary-treasurer. uMiss Tarleton" Formally Presented Saturday Night Amid a background of purple^ Anyone who understands the and white, Betty Lou Childs was j principles! of photography and is presented as "Miss Tarloton" Sat- inti-restp.1 in this type of work is urelay night in the auditorium. eligible to apply lor membership Preceding Betty Lou's presenta- 'n the club. l ion, a short program was given. ! At 1 hursday's wetinpr the char- May Beth Rice K-ave a snappy ter members chose Charles Miller, arrangement of "St, Louis Blues" on the accordion, and Guin Sher- man tap danced to "Anchors Aweigh." "When Did You Leave Heaven?" was vocalizcd by J. A. Lanln^. Agnes Gordon grave a comical version of "The Lady in Red." Concluding the program, Hilde- k'arrie Spell wan;; "You Showed Me the Way." Syd Davis acted as master of ceremonies. As the curtains were drawn hack, Betty L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1937

On To N. T. A. C.! ?1.35 Round Trip Z 752 it'-.is Not Too. Late To Buy A ' -Grassburr OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF .JOHN TARLETOM AGRICULTUKAL COLLEGE VOL, XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 26, 1037 NUMBER 6 SENIORS OUTLAW PARTY RISES WITH HEDGES FOR PRESIDENT Mick!ey Named As Campaign Mgr. Harry Hedges, Bernard Clegg, Kfl'ie Lindsay, and Juanita Rudd, outlaw candidates for officers of tin1 senior class, were presented to the student body in chapel Octo- ber 21 by Low Mickley, campaign manager of that party. Mickley said, "The outlaw party sec ma to have a wry good group of candidates in Hairy Hedges for president, Bernard Clegg for vice- president, Effie Lindsay for secre- tary-treasurer, end Juanita (Cuter) Rudd for girl representative to the Party Platform (As Quoted to J-Tac) In reading the platforms of the opposing parties, it is our belief that they do not realize just what the duties of the senior officers are. They seem to think that the senior class is respons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG TUESRAY, OCTOBER 19, 1937 E J.TAC ■ Official Student Publication of John Tarleton Agricultural College PUBLISHED WS^KLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE Entered as secohd-ctess mail mattsi at the PostofTice in Stephenville, Tex&s, undor act of Congress- of March 3, 1879 Advertising1 Rates; Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Ad- dress all communications to ths J-Tac, Tarleton Station,. Texas. REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING 6¥ National Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. New York, N. Y. Chicago • Boston ■ L<?s Angeles . saw ffumcjsco STATT EDXTOIMN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER Associate Editor — Assistant Business Manager News Editor — — Society Editor -— Feature Editor —. ■- Exchange Editor — Circulation Manager ,— ~~ • t'roof lisndei --- REPORTERS: Clara Stafford, Daphne Jada Davis, NIda Aden, Esther Dorant Johnston, Leslie Cook. FACULTY ADVISER- - - . . ARTHUR WAGY CHARLES BROWN _ „Juanita Rud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1937

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOYS TROMP YELLOWJACKETS 48 TO 20 Account Of Game Play-By-Play Of Plowboy-Howard Payne Tilt By CHARLES GRIGGS First Quarter Tinker kicked off for Tarleton to the Howard Payne goal line where it was taken by Cronkrite and returned to the Howard Payne 25. On the first play Cronkrite went over right tackle for four yard?. Rowe was stopped for no gain. On the third down Woodell made a yard through the right .side of the line. Howard Payne kickcd to the Tarleton 30 where the ball was fumbled and recovered by Howard Payne. Tinker stopped a plunge through left guard which gained five yards. Sullivan of Howard Payne fumbled on the next play and recovered for a loss of five yards. On the next play, Sullivan again fumbled and recovered on the line of scrimmage. Matthews replaced McDaniel at quarter for Tarleton. Seven Yard Gain Howard Payne kicked over the Tarleton goal. Tankersley picked up seven yards over left tackle. On an attempted end r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESRAY, OCTOBER 19, 1937 Free Punctuation Now In Telegrams No longer is it necessary to pay for punctuation in telegrams it was announced yesterday by the Stephenville manager of Western Union Telegram Company, J, G. Jones. "To enable the public to use the telegram with the same clarity and meaning, and as freely, easily, and fluently as in any form of communication, without having to ponder over the phrasing of mes- sages, to make that absent punc- tuation will be understood, Western Union initiates this change, giving complete punctuation service with- out charge," said Jones. Marks to be sent free are the comma, the period, the colon, the semi-colon, the dash or hyphen, quotation marks, parentheses, the question mark, and the apostrophe. Tarlcton math teachers are com- plaining about the large number of Mae Wests in their classes. They say that every time they grade problems, they find that they have done 'em wrong. The Oldest and Most Modern— Continuous Prog...

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

\ f / V t-l1 4 v '• r On To N. T. A. CA $1.35 Round Trip Z 752 THE OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TABLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE r "~S j -Annual; Pie-tures ! Now Being- Made. ! ... " This' Week v, VOL. XVIL STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1937 NUMBEB 7 HAMMONDS NAMED CADET COLONEL Parish Elected Senior Class P''>i&n<MZ&ttS£2jm Colonel — Staff T %. "ft* , _ % ■ ' ' sum* -■an 1,1; £&& si ' ^ Cadet staff officers named Mon- day are: top, John M. Hammonds, colonel; middle, Frank Cockrell, lieut. colonel; lower left, John Buckner, major; lower right, Martin Joharsri!, major. Tarleton To Enter T.I.P.A. Contests At the annua] convention of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Assoc- iation which will be held this spring in Kingsville on the campus of A. & I., the Press Club of Tar- leton expects to bo well represent- ed in the .journalistic contests. Cash prizes will he awarded for the best serious short stories, hum- orous short stories, formal essays, ...

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