The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 1, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 16, 1958 Page: 7 of 8
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TUESDAY,.SEPTEMBER 1G, 1958.
Donnie R. Campbell, former
Tarleton State College tenuis star
and basketball player, will return
to the college in September as
basketball coach and instructor in
physical education, it was an-
nounced today by President E. J.
Campbell, a graduate of Brady
High School and Hardin ? Simmons
University, has been coaching for
the past two years at Maxwell
High School, Maxwell, New
His basketball team there won
19 games and lost six during the
During his one year at Tarleton
in 1951, Campbell won the Pioneer
Conference Singles tennis cham-
At Hardin-Simmons, where he
received 'his bachelor of science
degree in 1956, Campbell won the
Border Conference singles cham-
pionship, Svent to the national col-
legiate doubles finals in 1953, arid
was fourth-ranked nationally
among small senior colleges in
singles in 1954.
He is married to the former Joy
Pierson of El Paso. The Campbells
have a son, Casey, age 2.
A new cadet louge has been
opened in the former military class-
room 1 the military department
announced today. It contains a
military reference library and a
place for the corps commanders
and their staff , to meet.
According to the military depart-
ment, the lounge may be used by
Guide Football Fortunes
H. A. (Sandy) Sanford, athletic
director and head coach at Tarle-
ton State College will begin his
eighth year with the Tarleton
Plowboys this fall.
Sanford, who holds a bachelor
of science degree from Arkansas
State College, came to Tarleton in
1951 from Paragould, Ark., where
he had been head coach and the
athletic director of the high school.
In 1948, his high school was the
only undefeated team in Arkansas.
In college football, Sanford let-
tered two years at the University
of Alabama in 1937-38 and was a
member of the Alabama Rose
Bowl team in 1938. After college
he played professional football
with the Washington Redskins in
During World War II he served
in the Navy rising' to the rank of
lieutenant (senior grade).
Sanford's Tarleton teams won
the Pioneer Conference football
championship in 1954 and tied'for
the title in 1956. His 1957 basket-
ball team placed second irr PC
competition. - Opposing coaches
have learned to respect Sanford's
Plowboys on any occasion.
. Johnny Dunri, assistant coach
at Tarleton State College is a
1947 graduate of Stephenville
High School. He received his
bachelor of science degree from
Texas Christian University in
1951, and holds a masters degree
in physical education from North
Texas State College.
Dunn's athletic experience is
outstanding. As a halfback for the
TCU Horned Frogs, he lettered
three years and picked np three
more letters in track. During a 17-
month tour of duty with the Air
Force, Dunn played two seasons
as halfback and end for the Cars-
well AFB Bombers, national serv-
ice football champions.
Tn 1953 and 1954 Dunn served
as Sanford's assistant at Tavletoii.
In 1955 he was head Coach at Dub-
lin High School, and returned to
Stephenville as assistant coach of
the high school in 1956. He return-
ed to college coaching last fall at
Tarleton and has worked primarily
with the backfield.
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If you are ill (really sick) you can
report to the college infirmary
which is located by the Main Audi-
torium and be excused from
Questions concerning studies can
be answered by counselors or by
the teachers of the courses. Other
information can be gained from
any : senior or Tarleton staff mem-
Tarleton State is noted .ior its
friendliness, so if you should have
a questipn, ask someone and they
will be glad to help you.
Jerry Trentham (Elcctra) QB 155
C. M. Caraway (Dtj Leon) - . 1$0
Allen Anz (Waco) QB 1&9
Howell A. Wail (Dallas) __QB
Johnny Eriekson (Waco) QB
Guy Golden (Stephenville) HB IB#
Jim Tom Mills (Big Lake) IBS
Jfomer Newman (Port Arthnr) ljpO
Jaeky - Russell (Merkel) HB lgG
Silly VaUKht (Ft. Worth) HB 16,$
Davvel Hutchins (Cross Plains)
Charles Cormany (Troy)
Bill Potsavieh (Hondo) HB 165
Bob Barnett (Hico) . FB 176
Tommy Peden (Olney) =FB 1?Q
Bob Drowning (Roylaty) FB 2P0 -
Bud Frazier (Stephenville) FB 186
Greg Dulaney (Ft. Worth) C ijQ
Tommy Nesbit (Ft. Worth) C 2?0
Jim Coleman (Tolar) . C 1$0
Truman Bridges (Abilene) - G 105
Otto Tellez (Kermit) - G 2J0<
Weinert Farr (Dalhart)
Jerry Massengill (Hamilton)
Tommy Martin (Ft. Worth) .
Chas. McMenamy (McKfnney)
Gary Sehweera (Hondo)
Noel McLaughlin (Gatesville)
T)ean Bottlintrer (Hamilton) T 2)(HS
Benny Wright (Arlington) . E 470
Phil Shewmake (Mineral Wells) T 2£5
Charles St^nholm (Stamford) E ISO
J^rry M'l'er, (MftKintiey) K 1^?® .
Ws,rne Stone (Stephenville) E 11}£3
Over-all t'e4m weight average
Linemen weight average 188.
Backfield height average 1G3.
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