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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1937 THE J-TAC Student J'uoliratipo ,«>f John Tarleton Agricultural College PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN TARLETQN COLLEGE Entered as .^fmd-class mail matter at the Pofetoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under a^t at Congress of March a, 187& Advertising Rates; Locb.1, 25c column Inch : foreign, 35c column inch. Ad- dress all communications to the J-TaCj Tarleton. Station, Texas. REPRES^NTgCJ FO^T NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Representative 42Q Madison Ave, New York, N. Y. CHICAGO - BOliOli - LOS AfJGELFS ♦ SaN FRANCISCO EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . BUSINESS MANAGER ... Associate Editor Assistant Business Manager News Editor . ■- Sports Editors — Society Editor . Feature Editor - Exchange Editor Circulation Manage? ------ fc'roof — REPORTERS: CUsra RtafiWd Jada Dnvis, Nida Artt-n, Polham FACULTY ADVISER statt ARTHUR WAGY CIIAIILKR BROWN JuanitA Rudd " H. F. Boyd . Scott Coc]<roll Elton Ge...

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

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOYS SGALP HILLSBOBO INDIANS FRIDAY NIGHT 14 TOO Tarleton Marches On:(mi vent hacl; to pi,nt ancl kickcd To Conference tr :* where mii^o Cl OWn j Tnnker^lev on the1 ,, . T i fuwM*>d but recovered Switching from an aerial attack ; Plowboys I y;L illed the hall. Tanko'cluy, on the first down. for a six- Matthews punted and h The- games of last week-end did much to narrow the district race; down to two teams, Tarleton and Weatherford. While the Plowboys With this game won and over, tho Plowbovs arc still marching wore taking- th-eii same, \\eathei- toward a conference crown, and ford eleven was turning back the c(mditions llmv seem more fav_ boys from Arlington fj-0. This does not by any means indicate that N. T, A. C. is out of the running. The> two district fames left on the Plowboy schedule may prove the hardest. to running' plays, tho added another victory to their belt | lhe baI1 wa* i''°ckcd, Hillsboro eov- when they defeat...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1937 Students Complete Judging of Cattle Animal husbandry classes under Dr. Verne Scott and Oscar Fl'az- ier have just finished their judging of beef cattle. The four individuals who made the most points out of a possible score of 400 are R. McMillan, 341 points; Guy Moore, ;>30 points; K. Singleton, 329 points; and B. B. Fowler, 327 points. The stock judging team which represents Tarleton at the state contest each year will be selected from high point members of the animal husbandry elasscs. candlelight fllickered over a beauti-j ful scene. A delicately tinted bated j Alaska was served with sandwiches! and tea. • | With television around the cor- ner, it will aoon be, "Why don'cha call me up and see me hometitnC." —The Long Star Lutheran. RIDE BOWEN BUSES H, M. EVERETT, Jr., Mgr. Phone 323 For TAXI SERVICE COLLEGE BARBER (We. Please) SHOP MAJESTIC * Theatre Tuesday, Wednesday: "BAD GUY" With Bruce Cabot, Virginia Grey Thursdav, Friday: "L...

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

Let's Give Weatherford A Big' Welcome! Z 752 mi .ill ij III Get Your Special Train Ticket Now! $1.35 OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1937 NTIMBEK 8. WEATHERFORD SPECIAL TO RUN THURSDAY 114 STUDENTS EARN HONORS IN SIX WEEKS 30 Per Cent Increase Seen Over Last Year's Record When the first preliminary per- iod honor roll was released last week by Charles S. Wilkins, there proved to be fouv names on the 90 honor roll and 110 on the 80 honor roll. The girls and boys ran. neck and neck on the 90 honor roll (all grades above 00) with two girls and two boys on the roll, a total of four. There were only two on this lionor roll last year at this time. On the 80 honor roll (all grades above 80) the girls took a definite lead over the boys as there were fi8 girlg against 42 boys. On this same honor roll last year there were only 85 names. Those whose names appeared on the 50 honor roll are Raymond Adams, Lun...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1937 THE J-TAC Official Student Publication of John Turloton Agricultural College PUBLISHJED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE Entered as second-class mail matter at the Pc*totfice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress uf March 3. 1879 Advertising1 Xiaies: Lcaal, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. Ad- dress eomnrmnicaticms to the J-Tac# Ta*leton Station, Texas. REPRESENTED pan NATIONAL advertising &Y National AdvertisingService, Inc. College Publisher* Rcfresetjtative 420 Madison ave New York. N. Y. CHICACO - Boston ■ LO& AKGELES - SAM Faahgisco ST AFT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF... ARTHUR WA&Y BUSINESS MANAGER - - CHARLES BROWN Associate Editor __ ^ Assistant Business Manager '/"Z'.sIM Uockv-ll Socle* Editor ZV.Ed^ Ctalkle Feature Editor — - Lucile L,im!)stm SiMmaesz=:=r.. REPOKTEftS: Clara Stafforrt, MiWreil Wassofi, Fmrusou. Jmlu. Davis, Nida Aden, Daphne Shook, Ann Byar«. Virginia Giiwon. C.ny Crew* Quoth The ...

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

TUESDAY, NOYEMBEE 9, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOYS AND COYOTES WILL PLAY ARMISTICE DAY -■ - •-+- i i i not as amicable during the game) j as Ihoy were in chapel Thursday I ' morning. Perhaps we shouldn't say [ I they played "dirty", but they did j j show fans that football players! : ill possess some "fair punches", j ! both left and right. j By ELTON GEESLING The Damp "convictresses" are pleading a chance to do a stunt between halves at the football frame. They say that their man- euvering? on the field would be as impressive as the cadets form- ing the "T". "We want to pet out there and do the lock-step," speaks the spark- plug of the prisoners, "to the tunc of 'You Can't Keep Us From Dreaming-,' or we would consider singing 'Oh I Wish I Had "Wings Like an Angel, . . " That Schreiner line was power- ful, hard hitting machine. It open- ed holes that enabled Shackleford and MeOalfb to gain many yards. MeDaniels really exhibited flashy- running abilities Thursday night. And Toof...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1937 SOCI4TY- LAVINIA SCHLEY | SERVES Lavinia Schley was hostess at an English luncheon Friday, Octo- . ber 2t>. Crystal place cards and! a centerpiece of bright red berries carried out the color scheme of red and gold. A pot roast flanked by fran- conied potatoes and carrots, Eng- lish peas, hot rolls, and a crusty apple pie 'a la American were served. PERSONALS LA VERNE GREGORY ENTERTAINS La Verne Gregordy entertained Wednesday with a family meal. Sprays of yellow oyster cocktail ■with paprika crackers was followed by a fluffy, light cheese fondue, hot slaw, fresh green beans, gold- en corn sticks, date muffins, and punch. Two Pictures Shown Two interesting pictures are be- ing shown in the home economics building. One is a bird made with real feathers; the other is a rustic scene worked on straw. Cleverly painted pottery and leather purses, intri- cately hand-tooled, arc also dis- played. A dainty, beaten silver necklace and bracelet co...

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

Be A Sport! Let Your Beard Grow! „y 'l 752 .Get Your Spedal I Train Ticket Now I ■$1.35 OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII. STEPHENVZLLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1937 IT UMBER 9, FIRST PROGRAM IN WBAP SERIES IS PRESENTED Fine Arts Grout) Gives Fif- len Minute Period Of Musical Selections Satur- day Morning Steakless Steak Fry Attempted On Press Club Spree Imagine the embarrassment of the Press club Saturday after- noon when they arrived eight miles out in the country at Ste- phenville State Park to hold their steak fry, as they found out that they- forgot to bring the steaks. These scatter-brain- ed journalists! COLOR SONG SUNG WBAP Plans Series of Cam- pus Broadcasts to Come From Texas Colleges First of a series of radio pro- grams to be broadcast from the Tarletfm campus over station WBAP of Port Worth wag presen- ted Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. The program originated from the auditorium stage. A chorus of Tarleton students opened ...

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

PAGE TWO THE J -T A C TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1937 THE J-TAC Official Student Publication of John Tarleton Agricultural College PUBLISHED VEEKLY BY TKE STUDENTS OF .JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE Entered as sccond-cls^s maail at the P'i^tofTfce in Stephenville, Texas, under act 01 CopgresB of March 3, 1879 Advertising Rates: Local, 25c column inch ; foreign, 35c column inch. Ad- dress all communications to the J-Tac, ref-ftesented for national aovertisimo by National Advertising Service, Inc. College Publishers Representative A2.0 Madison Ave. n£w York. N. Y. Chicago - bqstqm ■ Los Angela ■ s4n Francisco Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER Associate Editor — Assistant Business Manager . -• News Editor Sports Editors — Society Editor . ■ ■ Feature Editor . —— Exchange Editor Circulation Manager— —-—■ * I'rrxif Header i'V^hmman Assistant Business Managers,- FACULTY ADVISER REPORTERS: Clara Stafford, Mildred Wagson. Nida Aden, Ann Byars, Virginia Gibson, Guy Cre ARTHUR...

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

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE TARLETON TIED IN CONFERENCE ARMISTICE DAY Coyotes Play Tight Game Against Choc Sanders' Team SOLDIERS AT GAME Largest Crowd of Season Sees Plowboy-Weatherford Tie Game Here Nov. 11 Before a crowd of over 3,000 fans, 200 being army boys from the Twenty-third Infantry camped here on a maneuver, the Tarleton Plowboys battled to a 7 to 7 dead- lock with the charging Weather- ford Coyotes, allowing both teams to remain in a tie. for the Central Texas Conference trophy. The Plowboys proved too strong for the Coyotes to chalk more than one counter out of the many 10 yard penetrations that the Coyotes piled up. In the first quarter Weatherford threatened with long passes and line rutls. A lone pass, Yarbrough to McClain, brought the Coyotes to the Tarleton 15 where Tinker saved the day with a flashing tackle. McClain and Penman brought the pill to the one-yard line for a first down. Tinker and Toofer threw McClain for several yards' loss, ami ...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1937 Clubs Fete Football And Harvestime with 2 Dances Autumn Theme Carried Out By Tejas A pre-Thanksgiving festivity took place Saturday night, No- vember 13th, from eight o'clock til eleven o'clock in the Recrea- tion hall, when the Tejas club entertained the members of the girls' clubs and their dates with a Harvest dance. The theme of harvest time was carried out in the decorations. Au- tumn leaves and branches hung- from the ceiling1, while clusters of many different colored balloons surround- ed the lights. Stacks of corn stalks decorated the corners of the dance floor, and many pumpkins added to the harvest atmosphere. The orchestra was on a raised platform around which was an old- fashioned cross fence, A half-moon shone from behind an Indian wig- wam from which Dorothy Long handed programs to the guests. Blue paper programs containing 24 dances were handed to the dancers. The dedication dances consisted of moon songs. Dance number th...

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

Be A Sport! Let Your Beard Grow! Z 752 ' Get Your Special Train Ticket-Now! $1.35 OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII. STEPHENVIIiLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1937 NUMBBli, 10 SPECIAL TRAIN RULES ISSUED Train Will Leave Stephen ville at 9:00 A. M. And Will Re- turn At 5:00 P. M. EDWIN MAYS WINS ELECTION FOR PRESIDENT Last minute plans were- chocked Monday niorninp; as Dean Davis nj-recd to accept the rules and reg- ulations that have been worked out liy the Student Council for th..' - yitciii!! train to Ailington. The train will leave Stephenville nt ;i m, and will arrve in Arl- ngb.r, between 1:00 ami ' 1 :Sf> 1-p. 1)!. According to regulations laid down by ''lie Student Council at liration depart silent. Ted Durham, Ann Karless Are Elected As Other Junior Of- ficers for Term . _ . Holding their first meeting of the year. the Junior Class elect.il Edwin Mayes president for the -i-hool term t.f !o.'17-':>8. The race for president. w...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1937 THE J-TAC 'j[Yu,i:,l £>lud' nt" T'uWiraliAn of Juhri Tai'lctun Aj-'rk'ultural Colleg-Q ,W*'kiy -hy Stud'-nts <vf John Trtrl*-ti«u Ayric-ultuvul Ktii'-ivJ a- -,cc«.'n«)-ff;rs mail niatWr at the Pn-tnfTiro in SU'phcnvjllp. Ti-xh.^, umli'r Act nf t'f Miirch 3, i^L aEPnESENTED FOH NATIONAL ADVERTISING feY NationalAdvertisingServiceJnc. CoIU'-if Publishers Rrfirsst rtti/tn<e 420 Madison Ave;. New york. n. Y CMICACO * BOSTON * LQ3 Ari.-ituti - SMI F.IAKCISCO Aflvcrli^ilift Eate«5 T . 'Tn' column ituth ; fs-'-e'r'n, cftlumr) inch. .■VMr'^s :il) ciimtrmnifa- tiling to th1"1 .I-Tiif, Tnrh«- t. 'i Stiifii'?"*. Tvj:lw. STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. B1 :S1NESS MANAGER... AM-fK'iHtf Editor .. tnnt Hu^inc-.-fH Manager. Editor,. - - • - -- Spurts "Editors - - So.-i« tv F3<lilcyi- fYiiUirv Editor._ - - -■-■ Editor --- -••- - Circulation Manager -- J'roi-f Koador - . . — |-Yr linKtn A**i>dr>nt Hu^int*ss Mana Fn«-ulty Advim*r „ -- REPORTERS: Cl...

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

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE TARLETON WILL MOVE ON NTAC; TEAM IN SHAPE iS'otlh Tcvh \i":'itjs Plan .Hiii Rot?!irr lor ihe Before frame Oti (unjilir Tlianks<ri\inn Dav 500 TO BE THERE NTAC Team to Offer Stiff Opposition to Plowboy Crown Challengers The Tarieton Plowboys, bucked by a iblesation (if 500 cadets ami co-eds, will move into Arlington on Thanksgiving' Pay to pla\ t!i:* bij; R'umc of the year. In hpi11! of the fact that Tarle- ton is now tied with Weatherford for top conference honors, the opening whistle is likely to find the odds about even. According to a letter received from the sports department of the North Texas school paper, Arlington cadets are preparing a {jiaiit bonfire and pep rally for Wednesday night and the Hornets themselves are in top form for the game. The Plowboys, after their two weeks of rest, should be in good shape. There were no injuries in their last gramo. The man to be watched on the Hornet eleven is Byron Kingree, halfback. F...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1937 Dormitory Girls Hold Biggest Dorm Dance Yet The largest girls' dormitory fa nee in the history of Tarleton was given Saturday night, Novem- ber 20, 1937, in the parlor of the Girls' Dormitory from eight until eleven o'clock. Approximately 240 guestg were present including- fac- ulty members and chaperons. Autumn leaves and branches formed a background for the or- chestra. Large baskets of yellow chrysanthemums and marigolds added beauty to the parlor, and orange lights gave color to the scene. Attractive yellow programs containing twenty dances were given to the dancers, A receiving line consisting of Miss Lucille Ilenron, matron of the dormitory, Miss Laura Fell- man, chancron; Effie Lindsay. Polly Gobcr, Cherry Pric Pansy Lee Porter. Mary Pigg, Luna Ruth Petty, and Agnes Dorr greeted the Ernests. Mary Kutherine Douglas,, Joyce SENIOR FOODS CLASS * HAS HOLIDAY DINNER Wednesday, November 17, the senior foods class pave a Thanks- giving ...

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

Attend Lyceum At 7:30 Tonight Z 753 Students, Turn In Your Pedigrees OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION Of JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOI,. XV11. STEPHENVIXiXiE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1937 MUHBEK 17 PLOWBOYS SMEAR N. T. A. C.. 12-0 BAYLOR HEARS BY W.P.GRANT Famous French Organist Plays Composition Written by Tar- leton Faculty Member Music lovers who before Thanks- History of Tarleton Vs. N. T. A. C. [LYCEUM PIANIST WILL PLAY FOR STUDENTS HERE Recalls Contest Of Years Fasti Pianist t b>- mi; is reid (X. T. A. C. Reporter) "Way buck" when N. T. A. C. was much younger, the wearers of the blue and white first began re- lations with John Tarleton which were due to be something more than those usually existing between Riving paeked Waco hall at Baylor j ^wo institutions of lealning. University for the first concert on ! Stung by a defeat at the hands the Brooks memorial organ there! of the Plowboys in 1019, the J Tor- heard Marcel Dupre, famous 'French organist, play a theme ...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, NOVEMBER *37 THE J-TAC Official Student Publication of John Tarleton Agricultural College Published Weekly by Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College Entered as second-class mail matter iit th-e Postoff'Efc Stepheiiville, TexJiS. under Act of Cunprress of March 3, 1U7!). So What! CAMPUS CAMERA a Send a Corsage? Yes! No!" Students Differ on the Subject REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY NationalAdvertisingService, Inc. College Publishers Re$resfntativ$ ABO Madison Ave. New York. n. Y, CHICAGO - BOSTON - LoS ANGELES SAH FRANCISCO Advertising Rates; L^aI, column inch; fnroicn, 3f c column inch. Address all frtmwuniea-. tion3 to the J-Tac, Tarle- ton Station, Texas. STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF AETHUE WAGY BUSINESS MANAGER CHARLES BROWN Associate Editor 5ut1^ Assistant Business Manager H. * . Boyd News Editor Sl=<>tt Cockreli Sports Editors Elton Geeslin, Charles Grimes Society Editor <r-herI7 p"^e Feature Editor Edmnia Croxdale Exchange Editor ...

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

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Ilay-by-Play Report of Plowboy Defeat Over North Texas 12 to 0 Tarleton kicked off to Ransom + of NTAC who received on his own : 10 tend returned to his 25. On the first piay Collie gained 3 yards through the lino. The next play was stopped for no gain and after an incompleted pass, the Aggies attempted to kick out, but the punt was blocked and recovered by Bucknor on the North Texas 26. On the first play Matthews car- ried the ball to the 15-yard line for a first down. On the next play Tarleton fumbled on the 14 and NTAC recovered. Elder of Arlington kicked to Matthews on the 50 who returned to the 45. Tankersley failed to gain. Tinker's pass to Matthews was incomplete. Matthews kicked out on the Aggie IS. Kingrea Tries Pass Kingrea was stopped by Johns- ton after picking up 2 yards. Kin- grea 'si pass to Elder was knocked down. Kingrea's pass to Morgan was incomj)letp. Elder kicked to Matthews on the Aggie 43. Matthews fumbled and re...

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

PAbE FOUR Are You a Campus Social Success? Are you a big man on the cam pus? Do you attract attention wherever you go? Do the girls cluster around you or do they slink silently away? The following ques tions will determine your fate as a social lion: 1.- Do you avoid speaking to everyone you know on the campus? 2. Do you pretend to know ev cry thins about everything? 3. If you have a position of au- thority, do you use this position to intimidate or impress other peo- pl3? 4. When on a, <3uLe do you con- tinually talk of yourself and your accomplishments? 5. Do you go out of yonr way to get publicity oil various deeds which are relatively unimportant? 6. Do you often make excuses to get out of doing: little things for other people? 7. Do your clothes announce your arrival for several blocks? $. When attending prominent functions, do you insist upon sit- ting in a prominent place? 9. Are you late for most ap- pointments? 10. Do you speak critically of another person's accomplishme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1937

i -L. Write Old Santa All Letters Pub- lished Next Week Z 752 Students, Turn In Your Pedigrees OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TAKLETON AGRICULTURAL COtXEGE VOl, XVH. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1037 NUMBER IS CAMPUS TO BE 0E00RATEDFOR XMASSEASON (Christmas Prc<:ram To Be Held On Camnus; Gift? To Be Given To All Stud- ents Attending Tree SANTA WILL COME Miss Lena Lewi? In Charw Of Decorations That are To Go Un in a Few Davs Coach Sanders V- "S- t*- t a. "-AS.t.f ' '"1 ' •at.Jf'*'.. Annual preparations are under w;iy for the Christmas tree to be held on the Tarleton campus im- mediately preceding the Christmas li olidays. This prog-ram, which is usually held out-of-doors when the weather permits, consists of singing of songs, giving of gifts, a personal appearance of Santa Claus, and an apple and orange for everybody. Each year students look forward to this occasion with much anxiety because there is always fun to be had at the expense of both the students and t...

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