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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1937

Page two THE J-TAC TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1937 THE J-TAC Orficl^il Sturi^nt^ ^ubllcauo.i n* John Tarleton Agricultural College ? ? ? CAMPUS CAMERA So What! Ten Hour List . . . .Published* Weekly by Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College Entered aa second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1379, JtfFRESENTZC FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY National Ad vertisingService, Inc. College Publishers lieprasentativti 4ZO Madison Ave. NSW york. N. Y. CHICAGO ' Baaron - tos ANGELES • S*N FflAWCJSCO Advertising Rates: Lnral, 2Jir column inch; f<tr«ii^n, UGe oolumn inch. Address all cofrlliiunica-* tions to the ,1-Tac, Tarle- ton Station, Texas. STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ARTHUR WAGY BUSINESS MANAGER CHARLES BROWN Associate "Editor ~—. —-.-Juanita -Rudd Assistant Business Manager - " Boyd News Editor, ■ —-■ .--—Scott Coekrell Sporta Editors Elton Ceeslin. Charles Gngga Society Editor Ch«rry Price Feature Editor Edmma Croxdale Exchange Ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1937

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE The name most spoken of during' the game with Weatherfnrd and af- ter the game in the dressing room of the Coyotes belongs to an ath- lete who has not received his share of praise and attention this sea- son. It's what McDaniels did for the Plowboys in Friday's game. He made ffain after gain, and, to he sure, those gains were made throagft no other but the powerful Weatherford wall. Look what Joe Parish says about him: "The power, the speed, and the drive that the Coyotes' Mc- clain packs is short in comparison with that of McDaniels. In the Kame I made several tackles on Mc- Clain, and not any of them were as hard to make as those tliat I've tried against MeDaniels in scrimmage play." Coach Tommy Fields, Buchanan, and McCauIey, of Weatherford, had much to say about him. In fact, that's all they tallied about. "Mc- Paniols is the best offensive player: that we've come against this sea- j son. His drive is terrific." I r When the Tarleto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 December 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1937 Solve your gift problem with Ad- miration Hosiery. We carry a com- plete line in spe- cial gift boxes. Gorgeous New Shades ?ss® 35 TO 79c to '1 at— BLAKENEY'S —of course! Pel Jarvis: "What did she say?" Wagy: "She told me to quit stringing her." MAJESTIC + Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday: "45 FATHERS" with Jane Withers and Thom- as Beck Thursday and Friday: "MADAME X" with Gladys George and War- ren Williams Saturday: "OVER THE GOAL" with William Hooper and June Lang Sunday and Monday: "DOUBLE WEDDING" with William Powell and Myr- na Loy PALACE Tuesday Last Day: "OUTLAWS OF THE ORIENT" with Jack Holt Wednesday — Thursday: "LEAGUE OF FRIGHTENED MEN" with Walter Connolly and Irene Hervey Friday and Saturday: "WESTERN GOLD" with Smith Ballew and Heath- er Angel Sunday and Monday: "THE ROAD BACK" with Richard Cromwell and Slim Summerville Christmas Party Is Given By Aggettes; Santa There The spirit of Christmas prevailed over the Recreation Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1937

MERRY CHRISTMAS Z 75a Don't Fail To See "Skidding-" Tonight 7:SO; 25c OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOUN TAHLETOM AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1937 NUMBER 19 JTAC BUILDING ACTIVITY SOON TO REACH PEAK Contractor Appears On Site Of Science Building Ad- dition And Begins To Clear Ground ^VJMB^fEMENTS New Driveway. Parking Lot. Curbing, and Steam Tim n el Planned Time marches oil and with it marches the John Tarleton building activities. Yesterday morning: work on the science building began. Three con- tracts have been let for the con- struction of this building. Plumb- ing contract was let to Martin Brothers, Dallas, at $5,275; elec- trical contract went to the Empire Electrical Company, $2,140; and the general contract went to A. F. Blair of Lake Charles, La., for $58,964. The three bids total $Gfl,- 36); and an appropriation of $75,- 000 has been made for its construc- tion. Completion of the Science Build- in k also forces other change...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1937

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 14, 1937 THE J-TAC Official Student I'libHeaUon of John Tarltton Agricultural Collo^u CAMPUS CAMERA published Wivkly !jy £>Ui<)<r.ts of John 'lavl^ton Atfi-u-nlturcil CoIU'j-re a* mxiJ matter sit lh * in ritvphvlH'iDc, IVxus, uri'lt'i* Art of CotuTi^s of ISlMtvli 1*1. Tr^TH. represented pop? national, advertising av National Advertising Service, Inc. C'tttp.ir Publishers Rt'MYSVtitaiive d20 Madison Ave, new York, n. Y. C<irr*(;o - I?ostow • l;s ani.t'.Ei • 5*n fraHOlO Advertising Kate:*: column inch : i-n, calumii inch. Ailib'i -.- ;i 11 eummunipa- t.Mvn.i lu IVw J-Ta1'. Tnrlc- luir Smtioii. TVxa.-j. STAFF EMITOR-TN-CIIIKF— business manager ^\K:u*ciiite lv«3i1vr -- —-■ Af'fistflnt Hu^tncn^ M;ir>av«^- News Editor— _ AUTHTTR "WAGY CHAKT.KS ItROWN .lunniia Tlmltl . _h. f. jiovii Scott Cocfcrrll Sports Editors Sorh'ty Editor 1'Vnturc K^it^f4 — J^xcdian^o Editor - --- Circulation Manager .— ICltun Gt'fhlin, Charles riinrry I'rice Edmin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1937

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1937 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE 27 PLOWBOrGRIDDERS NAMED AS LETTERMEN AT FOOTBALL DINNER Makes Appeal for Crippled Children Ft "n!. ( r.fnv!, 1 I his 1 )uli<' Toaslmn.-H't' Duriii'i i 'XT ill 111 v uf )i i I i;i! I (,i\ci l> v c i ( K' he icpresented I'l-rence meetinirs. s there because he ■ finiiVivnt'i' con1- n friend of every UNCLE WILEY ILL Klt-n^n Urn* Kcconimrndcd Fin The Plow l.im \v, ;tf! Of Plowboy leftermen were an- nounced last Friday nijiht. at John Tarleton Coltcye when Coach Choc Sanders entertained tlit1 Tarleton Hiad at a dinner for the: iven in (lie Eocrealioi! football players hall. Prof. master Wilkins, Carl Rirdv. ell A. niaiiehard. 1 u'f■ >i1111 f:i I; -i.1 Tnrlet en >J l '-tin (lint Mi'. Hull' wa wa^ aboi i);i I hi mHree and was alhh-ls. (hat Mr. Mil-dwell was I hilirc;u:--i- h-.- provided many jiili^ for tin- boys, ibat IMr. Wil- li ll.s w;iv presold l;erutlse lit' helped In tin- athletic department to pro- vide I'nr t ran.^porlai i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1937

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 14, 1937 Holiday Dance Given By SOS-SOTS Clubs Saturday The K. 0. S, and S. 0. T. S. clubs were hostess-es and hosts at a pro- holiday dance Saturday night in the Recreation hall from eight until eleven o'clock. Two small lighted Christmas trees were placed at the entrance. Cedar branches were used us the chief dccovatiun. They wore placed over the windows, around the or- chestra pit, and hung: from the crops pieces of the coiling, form- ing a canopy of green. Programs were red with silver borders and silver Christmas seals. They con- tained twenty dances. One dance was dedicated to all guests while another (la nee was dedicated to the S. O. S. and S. 0. T. S. clubs and their dates. During the intermission after the tenth dance, coffee, nuts, candy, and Anglefood snowballs were ser- ved to the guests. The lights were turned out and sparklers, which had been given to everyone, were lighted. Luther Johnston, president of the S. O. T. S. club and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 January 1938

'•Jo. 1 s, v u la. Study! Exams Are Coming Z 752 THE I n En A Attend the/Chines Friday and Saturday J OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOnN TAHLKTON ACHrCtrLTUBAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII STEPHENV1LLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1938 NUMBER 14 FOUR NUMBERS SCHEDULED FOR 1938 LYCEUM CtirLis String Quartet To Be Here Kel). 17 To Open Spring Season Witli Mil- en I Program DRAMA IS BILLED John Temple Graves, Edi- Lor, Dorothy Fuldhiem Locturer, To Be Here Leading the 1938 lyceum course iti an attractive program consisting of the Curtis String- Quartet, The quarteL in rather widely known throughout the country. Since 1937 the quartet has traveled extensive- ly, having appeared in the White House in. Washington, in London, in the British Isles, in Belgium, in Holland, in France, in Italy, and in Austria. Concerning1 the quartet, the Chi cago Evening Post says, "An ex- cellent quartet. The individuals know how to mould themselves in- to a well-balanced quartet." The New York Sun says, "Fresh- ness...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 January 1938

-\ PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1938 J-TAC Ofilctal Stadfnt VuUicatioTi of John 'iWlvton Agileultorul ColteBfc Publiflhrd Weekly hy Stents of John Tarleton Agricultural Celloce Hntcred a* eecirfid-ctn^s mail niAttM" t the* in Sti'phtsovJlle, Twxas, unrl^r AcL of Cotigrr^ of March 8> 1R79 Advetilalnff Ttntnti Luiuf, UGe column inch; foreign, 8 fir <*n1iitnu itteh A«l*U«aa all tiotis lp tTif X-'l'ue. Tftrle- lon Station, T«ixa*, RQMfBetfNTBb PON NATIONAL J^D BftTieiNO *Y National AdvertisingService, Inc. f/Wfcs* PuMhktrs Rcfirtxc iaiivt 420 Madison Ava. New York, N V. Chicago ■ BOSTON - toa ANCCLCS • 5AM FhAsrrsro STAFF EnrtOK-lN-CHTEF . -— AliTHUE WAGY nUSlNSSS M ANA BEE—_— „CHAB.LE5 BKOWN Associate Mitor — Ataialani BtHinras Mannsrcr * t.—m" *' V « News Editor ~ — 5,0011 Corkrell SonrU Editors , F.ltmi (Jstelln, Ch^ikfl (Minis Society EditO-r ™ ^ ,wu Fwturc Editor -™01® SUobBtiKe Editor , „ - LuclJe S.mraon Ctmilntioli MsnasrPr— „ - ---- si™ Hurwv Freahfflttn Aaaista...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 January 1938

TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, .1988 THE J'TAC PAGE THREE PLOWBOYS PILE UP BIG SCORES Team Makes Twice As Many Scoring: Poiiil* as Opponents Tn Last Year's Cage Season Tn eighteen games—flf>9 points lo their opponents' 41!l—that was lasl, year's basket! bull record. At the slai'L of the firiH year—78 straight victories wort* won. That is the record that John Tar- leton Collect* cagcrs "will be de- fending when they play their first game against NTAC hero Satur- day night, January 7, Under the guiding' hand of Coach W. J. Wisdom the Plow- boys last. season turned in the fol- lowing scores: Tarleton .17, NTAC 26; Tarlcton 77, Ranger Junior College 11; Tarlcton '*1, Ranger Junior College 18; Tarleton &), NTAC 18; Tarleton 83, T. M. 0. 33; Tarleton 37, T. W, C, 24; Turlu- ton 77, De(atur'32. This year Wisdom haw only t.hre" lcttermen buck to build a winning learn. Also ho and his boys have to combat the terrific strain, inci- dent to playing all the time for a record, and then the eliminati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 January 1938

PAGE FOUR THE! J-+TAC TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1938 •SOCIETY CLUB TO GIVE SHOW The' "Lou Calmlleros" Club of John Tarleton will present their first annual Rjass Jubilee in the Conservatory auditorium next Fri- day night. Arrangements have been made for a colored swing pianist end a typical cowboy string hand. These attractions are in addition to col- lege talent. Admission to the show js fifteen cents for college students. Los Cabatleros will have chargo of Thursday's student chapel and will entertain with selections from the Jubilee. The string band to be used, the Musical Revelers, will play several numbers. CHUMP CHART LORDS AND COMMONERS ENTERTAIN AT ONYX CAFE The LordH and Commoners en- tertained their dates Friday before thejiolidays with a Christmas din- ner at the Onyx Cafe. The table w$s decorated in the club colors, purple and trc.li), and the club em- blem occupied ft prominent, place in tho table decorations, Billy Hedging, club president, acted as toastmtister nnd distribute...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1938

Renew Your J-Tac Subscription 75c V, Don't. Fail To •* Back The Plowboy OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TAKI.ETON AGItECUJ.TURAI, COLLEGE VOL. XVII STEPHKNV!LLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1038 NUMBER 15 nohid-term holidays abe PROVIDED FOR As Plowboy s Lay Plans For Next Game !!( I.- ■! r;i hut] To Be Done; •>' \<if!ilintt To I iv;"k Before i'itial K\am-j ipaliciis Arc I [eh! FEES DUE JAN. 24 ShulriiiJ i 1 i Make Tlirir Own Schedules \s Far ■\> Possible HcjrisU'ation for the second se- mester boiran January 10, Charlie S. Wilkins, registrar- announced Monday. There have been no regular days set aside for registration in the solum1 calendar, thereby makintr it neees-nry that registration bo car- ried on .■ >3f side of other activities. Students wil! be furnished with blank schedule cards and a master schedule of classes. Fach studen' will be expected to make hi.- own seh"dulo and present it to the Tl-e- trist.i'al-'s oiTiee for approval. When hi- schedule is filed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1938

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1938 THE J-TAC Official Student Publication of John Tarleton Agricultural College Published Weekly by Stucbnts of <Tohn Tarleton Agricultural College Entered m second clas.? mail matter at the PostofFice I" Stephcnville, Tcjas, lender Act uf Con^rewa of March 3, 1S79. RBPRE3C.4T10 FO* MAT'OrtAL *E>VefrTIS!MO DY NaiionalAdvertisingService, inc. CoUegs Publishers Hfpreseittaiivc 420 Madison Ave. New York. N, Y. Chicago ' Boston - L-^3 Anpslfs - San Pran;isCO Advertising Jtates: Local, column inch fnrriRn. 35c column Inch. Address a)3 communica- tions to the J-Ta<\ Tarle- ton Station, Tc^as. STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ARTHUR WAGY BUSINESS MANAGER— CHARLES BROWN Associate pjditor — —„_Juanit3 Itudd Assistant Business Manager H. F. Boyd News Editor - Scott CockreU Sports Editors ■ —_ ___Elton Gcssljn, Chsirle3 Grists Society Editor—I" —=,-J"9"frI?r Feature Editor Edmjna Croxdale Exchange Editor -— Lucile Simpson Circulation Manager ■ Lorenzo Ki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1938

TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1938 THE J-TAC PAGE THREE TARLETON WINS GAMES 79 AND 80 The Plowboy machine rolls again! As the team started the 1038 season by cropping their 70th and 80th victories from San Ange- Io Junior College. they started the annual drive for another unde- feated year. Typical Tarleton state ment came from Dean Davis at Fri day night's game — "I am well pleased." The week brought two bits of good news to JTAC sport fans. The Plowboy dual victory over the An- gelo crew ^.lid Carl McConaehie is returning to the squad. For the in- formation of freshmen, Bit: Mac was center and high scorer on last year's championship team. He stands 6 feet 5 inches and spec- ializes in trick shots. While it will be four weelts before he can be" used in a conference game—during which time there will be three— he is immediately eligible for lion conference frays. It may be out of place but this column takes the opportunity to predict a great scoring combination of Tinker and Carl McConachie. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1938

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1938 SOCIETY EDITOR OF J-TAC RESIGNS Tarleton's Mystery Room, Office Of The Grassburr, Is Queer Spot Cherry Price, society editor of the .! Tac. announced Monday that she is resigning: lie1' position the tT-Tac stall' as siififty editor. "I am forced to drop sonic of she uctivitbs in which I have been narticipalifu:. I have tun many honor points ;>.ud Miss Sava.irf noti- !\f.i ruf that. soiiift'iiusc would have to be dropped." said Cherry. Cherry is president of the Assoc- iation of Women students, if, a nn■ m! t■ i- of thf SOS club. and he- !oni.rs tfi two special interest clubs, OFFICERS' CLfR MKEl'S Officers held their first mcetinc since the orjrani/fiti■ iti of thf Of- ficers' Club Monday nifdit, Janu- ary 10, and discussed problems of thf Cadet Corps. Cadet Colonel Hammonds and Cadet Lieut,-Cel. Cockrell talked on the trend of the cadets and the corps ;md then brought to t.hf attention of the officers error..' tlnii had been noted. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1938

Renew Your J-Tac Subscription 75c 7, l'i-2 "S Tomorrow Exams Start, At 7:00 A.M. OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY, 18, 1938 NUMBER 16 SECOND TERM OPENS MONOAY; 1200 expected; New Students Will lo'tit-lcf IY1 outlay As New Sched- ule Goes Into Effect; Rolls Will 13e Checked J-Tac to Furnish Latest Athletic News Bulletins FEES DUE JAN. 24 Schedule Changes To Be Made During First Week Of New Semester Regular classes for the second semester will begin Monday "morn- ing at eight o'clock. Although Mon- day will be given over to the reg- istration of new students, regular students will report to classes ac- cording to their new schedules. "Failure to do *0 will result in the givim; of demerit<. Beginning W e d n p s d :i y and through the remainder of the week, students wishing: to change or drop subjects may report to the regis- trar's office. Students who failed in subjects! may report to the elapses in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1938

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1938 T H E J - T A C Oificiai Student Publication of. Ji'hn Tarleton Agricultural College Published Weekly by Students of Johr. Tarleton Agricultural College Entertd a? s^eo-nd-class, ynuil natter at the PostnfTicr in Stephenville, Tex&?. un^1? Act nf Cotlfjress of March 3. IS79. FiUPftESSTJTSD P<5fi NATIONAL ADVERTISING BV NatioiialAdverlisiiigService, Inc. College Publishers Representative 420 Madison Ave. New YOrK, N, Y. Chicaso - BOSTON - Los angels* - -S^H F(<AHC SvO Advertising Rates t LfVal, -r,c column inch ; foi«*u-n. 3-V column inch. Addivs* all communica- tions to th*> J-Tac, Tarle- ton Station,. Ttxas, STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ARTHUR WAGY BUSINESS MANAGER—. ____^-.CHATtLES BROWN Associate Editor . Juofl its Rudd Assistant Business Manager . - H. F. Boyd Newa Editor - „_„---Scott Cnrkrell Sparta Editors - Elton Gewlin. Charles Ghees Society Editor .. —. Mar^rot Mi^r Feature Editor — EdmiM Crovdale Exchange Editor __ - Luci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1938

TUESDAY, JANUARY 18. 1338 THE J-TAG PAGE THREE From now on till dooms (lay or until we get it. the Sports De- partment is going to beg, fight, and plead for a now trophy case. Tliero is nothing that the adminis- tration building needs in its hall more* than this case. "We have simply oodles of eups stored away because of lack of room in the trophy case now in use. In fact, what would make a better gift for the senior class to present to the college ? yards, or whether they can prove their boast. The season of 1925 was a huge success as far as sports were con- cerned here in Tarleton. For in- stance, in basketball, the Plowboys won the State Championship—yes, they were really She State Champs. J They made 311 points to Iheir opponents* wee 25. If anyone de.ubls (he veracity of this state- ment, look up the record or look in the tr«phv case at the basket- ball engraved with the facts. TARLETON BOYS WORK OUT FOR BOXING BOOTS Will '38 Be The End Win Streak of a Famous Just as 1926 Was? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1938

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1938 •scxim- FIVE TARLETON EOYS INITIATED INTO CLUB Saturday evening: five John Tar to bid farewell to several old mem- bers who are leaving at mid-term ;ind to welcome two new members into t.hclub. Speakers for the owning were J. W. Korenson, pro- fessor of farm mechanics and sponsor of the club; Charles Mil- ler, president nf the club: Nat lcton freshmen student* became rhil<1* an<l James v- Hamilton, old Commorers in the Lords and Com- moners' club as the Lords pave their pledges the initiation cere- mony at. a meeting: presided over by Roy McOollum, club sponsor. members who are leaving1; James McDaniel and C-. S. Jackson, new member; .fames R, Ferguson, vice- president, and Charlie S. Willnns, registrar, who was special guest of A truck took the club members! 'he club- 1 'u' tables were decorat- and pledges to the scene of the ^ with ^iries, leaves, and ceremony. A. 0. Meistcr, Knight of the Portal, conducted the cere- monies, assi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1938

f;v ; i See the Jamboree Tonight Z 752 Beat N. T. A. C. day ' ■' OFFICIAL STUDENT PUBLICATION OF JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE VOL. XVII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1938 NUMBER 17 FAMOUS BALLET WILL BE HEBE ON FEBRUARY 171H Chicago Ballet Group Will Replace Curtis String Quartet; Ruth Page: Will Star on Program TWENTY IN CAST Company Has Made Sev- eral World Tours; Is Part Chicago Grand Opera To be the first lyceum attraction of the spring semester will be the famous Ruth Page Ballet of Chi- cago, which will be here in the Tar- leton Auditorium February 17 ill place of the Curtis String Quartet that was previously scheduled foi this date. This company is annually con- tracted as an organization to be the official ballot of the Chicago Grand Opera Company for the Chi- cago season, as well as for all other engagements. The star, Ruth Page, has toured the world for several seasons as one of the world's finest solo re- cital dancers, and on her visit to Tarleton she w...

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