The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 19, 1950 Page: 2 of 8
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Tuesday, September 19, 1950
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HAPPY SOCIAL SCIENCE PROFS—R L Eaves, left,
emeritus prdfessor of history; T, Y. Crounse, associate;^pro-
fessor of economics and sociology; Dr. Dick Smith, head of
the social scince department;; and DivO. A. CJrarit', assistant
professor of government;- Seem well pleased with their new
headquarters on' the first, floor of the science building.
Insures Year of
New of ices and- office equipment
of the social science department-
lias turned the rest of the faculty
green with erivy.
The chrome chairs have foam
rubber cushions, backs' and aim
rests. Equipped with rollei's, thej
can also be swiveled entirely
These are but a part of the new
equipment of the department
which has moved into new quar-
ters on the first- floor of the new
.wing of the Science Building.
Offices are large and airy with
flourescent lighting. They have
asphalt tile floors, as do the new
classrooms. Walls are paneled part
way with tile, the top part being
painted a light' greeii: ; '
The biology department has
moved into the second floor of the
new wing, and the engineering
division occupies the third floor,
but they have no new furniture as
yet. Only the social science depart-
MAY JONES TOURS
Master Sgt. Ifarvie B. Jordan
was appointed warrant officer, jg,
effective' August 30. Sgt. Jordan
has ben enlisted instructor in the
Military Department since August
Because of his promotion, it is
not known whether or not Warrant
Officer Jordan will remain with the
He has served about 23 years
in the Army, including both en-
listed grades and warrant grades,
fie received his first temporary
appointment serving in Panama in
1942. During World War II, he
attained tha rank of chief warrant
officer,'being separated in June,
i!)49, re-im(ist'irig with the grade
of master aergeant. He served in
that Capacity until his present ap-
Prior to, World War .II, Warrant
Officer Jordan served in a% for-
eign- stations which included China*
Foster Paces; But
Stilt No Morns
Up and down! Up and dawn!
That's Randolph Foster, Tarle-
tOn band' dirdector, pacing the
Foster recently sent some TSC
band instruments to San An-
tonio for repairs. Came a couple
of days before time for the big
parade, pep rally, and band
concert for the football game
and still no instruments.
After a few hectic and su-
spense filled hours the problem
was solved and a truck was dis-
patched to bring the instru-
Kurai schools are hardest hit by
the teacher shortage, largely be'-
cause of the low salaries and un-
favorable working conditions in
rural -areas, according to' the Na-
tional Education Association.
It is estimated that Alaska'has
about 6 persons for each square
mile of land. -
the Philippines,:- Ha\vaii,. Alaska;1
arid; Panama. Durng World' War
II; he.was engaged in active Com-
bat in both' the Pacific'' and' JSuroV
poan theatres. -. "*
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[Phone 1512 686 -N. Cain
Miss May Jones, Tarleton math
professor and' president of the
Texas branch of- the Arnerican As-
sociation of University WOmeil, re-
turned Thursday from a tour of
South Texas branches of the orga- '
She visited chapters in Brenham,
Alvin, Freeport, Beaumont, Orange
Port Arthur, New Braunfels, Tem-
ple and Georgetown, contacted com-
mittees in Austin and Houston;
and conferred with the State con-
vention committee in Galveston,
discussing plans for the state con-
vention to be held in April. |
While in Austin, Miss Jones visit-
ed Miss Yoshiko Kasahara, a Texas
University student from Japan who
is studying in the United States un-
der an international study grant
given by the AAIJW,
ment looks forward to a year of
; Jarman's Leatherneck Boots are made of fine
i calf skms> and are Full Leatfier Lined
v Only $14.95
South Side Square
Campus Interviews on Cigarette Tests
Number 1...THE PUFFIN BIRD
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What's all the huffiri9 and puffin about?
I've been a Puffin all my life!"
You may think this "bird" is funny — but he's no
odder than many of .the cigarette tests you're asked to make' these days.
One puff of this brand — one sniff of that. A quick inhale — a fast exhale —
and you're supposed to know what" cigarette to smoke from then on. The sensible
test doesn't- have to rely on tricks and short cuts. It's a day-after- <«
day, pack-after-pack try out — for 30 days. That's the «j
test Camel asks you to make! Smoke Camels regularly for
30 days. Your '"T-Zone" (T for Throat, T for-Taste)
. is the best possible prbying ground for any cigarette.
After you've made the Camel 30-Day Mildness Testy
we believe you'll know why .. .-
fhmi any mites' d§®?ef§@I
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