The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 2, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 22, 1953 Page: 3 of 8
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BENDER HALL RECEPTION—The spacious lounge in Bender Hall attracted many guests
to its Open House. Dean Paul A. Cunyus welcomes the guests to the reception. This new dor-
mitory, which houses 180 boys, is one of the newest additions to Tarleton's campus.
(Picture by Bax Studio.)
Freshmen Will Hear
Series of Lectures
A. series of 12 lectures are
• scheduled during the first semes-
teij.to acquaint freshmen with Tar-
leton State College.
.' President E. J. Howell will give
the first address which will con-
cern student life arid activities at
Tai'leton. This will be followed by
anti. explanation of college i-ules
anil regulations by.Registrar John
Tompkins. ' - '
' The third will be given by Miss
Lola Thompson on how to use the
llfirary, and she will" be followed
by Miss Mary Hope Westbrook on
how to read a tioolc and prove it,
, Then Dean Cunyus will spea*k on
lio'i'. to take .notes and 'how to
study. This will be followed by Dr.
G. E.Waggener's discussion of so-
In the seventh lecture of the
v/eekly series" D. W. Morton will
discuss fine art appreciation and
Tarleton's music and art program.
Mrs. Lillian Bareckman will talk
on student health while at Tarle-
ton. . •
The ethical, moral, and religi-
ous life of the student will be the
subject of Jerry Vardaman. C. H.
Hale will present a history of
Miss Laura Fellman and C. H.
Flory will explain the intramural
and recreation program, and the
final talk in the series will be by
H. A, Sanford on choosing a voca-
With1 time out for holidays, the
series will cover the period first
from Sept, 21 to Jan 16, and will
provide a general orientation for
the freshmen students.
Set in October
Two groups of visitors will be on
the Tarleton campus for meetings
next month. '
The Stephenville Branch of the
A. A. U. W. will hold an area
workship here Oct. 3. Delegates
are expected to attend the meet
from Brownwood, Ranger, Mineral
Wells, Wichita Falls, Vernon,
Denton,, Fort Worth, Cleburne, and
Miss Lola Thompson, head libra-
rian at Tarleton, is general chair-
man of the meet. She is president
of the Stephenville organization.
The. Tarleton English Depart-
ment will host 'a workshop confer-
ence for high school and college
English teachers of District 11
here Oct. 11-12. This will be the
second time for this group to meet
on the Tarleton campus.
Tuesday, September 22, 1953
The J-TAC 3
Pre-Law at TSC
"I want to help my people (the
Navajo Indians) become better ed-
ucated," stated Bernard Shirley
when asked why he decided to
major in law. Mr. Shirley is a
quiet, unassuming young mail from
Shirley is twenty-two years old
and a European war veteran. He
To Attend Clinic
At TCU Friday
A dozen Tarleton journalism
students plan to attend a journal-
ism clinic in Fort Worth Friday.
The clinic is sponsored by TCU
and Fort Worth professional chap-
ter of Sigma Delta Chi and will
be' held in the Little Theater and
Ed Landreth Auditorium on the
' Highlight will be an address at
8 p.m. Friday by,Edward J. Mow-
ery, Pulitzer-prize-winning report-
er for the New York World Tele-
gram and Sun.
He is the reporter who obtained"
the release from prison of a man
who served 12 years for a crime
he did not commit and who start-
ed the nationwide expose of teen-
age use of narcotics.
Students who will attend are
Ann Coleman, Jean Favors, Walter
Kelm, Nell Legg, W. O. (Sonny)
Manning, David Pinkerton, Joan
Thomas Mary Ann Priddy, Johnnie
Stovaugh, Yvonne Sibley' and
Doris Watts. Mi', and Mrs. J. A.
Hart will accompany the group.
served three years in the army., 15
months of which were spent in
Europe..During his duty inJSurope,
he visited in Paris and Rome.
Mdntana, Nebraska, and Wash-
ington are the Only states that he
has not seen.
While . in .high, school Bernard
went to school one year to Saint
Anne's Asademy in New York City.
There he did various exhibition
dances and Indian dances, some of
which yvere televised.
He attended Saint Catherine's in
Sarite Fe, New Mexico, and grad-
uated from abbey school in Canyon
After serving in the army, Bern-
ard decided to go to college. He got
information from , about 30 or 40
colleges and selected Tarleton as
the one he wanted because of its
After finishing Tarleton, he
plans to attend Arizona State Col-
lege and continue his study of law.
Bernard feels that he can help the
Navajo people to become better
educated. He stated that only about
22 percent 'of his people attend;
high school or college.
Bernard has a brother in Okla-
homa, who is studying art. Last
year his brother won second prize
in the National Indian Artist con-
test in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Dr. Philip L, Price
Across Street from Baxley Studio
215 West College
THE BUS STOP CORNER
HOW THE STARS
GOT STARTED « « *
Patrice Munsel says: "When I
was a kid, I wanted to be a
lady football player. Then I
dreamed ol another career —
whistling! Somebody discovered
I had a voice, so I took singin&
lessons. I worked hard at it
then I won the Metropolitan
Opera auditions when 1 was 17.
/STARTED SMOKING CAMELS
BECAUSE A FRIEND OF MINE
ASKED ME TO TRY THEM, NO OTHER
CIGARETTE EVER GAVE ME SUCH
PLEASURE. CAMELS TASTE SO GOOD
AND THEY'RE SO M/LO !
Smoke only Camels •
for 30 days and find
out why Camels are
America's most popular
cigarette. See how mild -
and flavorful a
cigarette can be!
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