The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 12, 1973 Page: 1 of 12
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September 12, 1973
Student Senate Holds First Meeting
Class pictures for the
GRASSBURR are now being made
in the Student Center, Conference
Room D, according to Peggy Welch,
editor of the Grassburr. The
pictures will be made each Tuesday
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. until Oct. 23.
In the past, pictures were made
only at Miller's Studio. The change
has been made for the student's
convenience, with hopes of
increasing student participation.
Pictures can still be made at Miller's
Studio Monday through Saturday.
Prices are $3.50, which includes six
billfold prints, and $2.50 only for
the annual print. All students are
urged to get their pictures made by
the deadline of Oct. 23. '
The GRASSBURR staff has two
paying positions that are available.
They' are assistant editor and
business manager. Other non-paying
positions are also available. If
anyone is interested in working on
the staff, contact Peggy Welch or
the Grassburr Office,
The 1973 Grassburr annuals will
arrive in three to four weeks.
Last year, a collection was taken
up at TSU to help defray the cost
of a kidney removal operation for
Sarah Buller. She is the daughter of
TSU students, David, and Vicki
The Bullers had no
hospitalization insurance and were
expecting the operation to cost
between $2500 and' $3500.
Contributions. to the fund were
taken up in the TSU Business
Office and totaled over $1700.
Buller is a P.E. major and his
wife is an education major.
Contributions to the fund were
made by both the P.E. and
education departments. Others
made contributions as well. Jerry
Elledge donated both money and
blood to help out.
Cheerleaders for the 1973-74 school year will represent the TSU spirit
at football and basketball games. They are as follows, from left: Trish
Hamlin, Bill Hawkins, Sally Black, CharlesMcDonald, Debbie Johnston
(head cheerleader). Tommy Tindall (alternate), Paul Ollar, and Pam
Johnston (alternate, not shown).
ROTC Sponsors Program
The Tarleton ROTC Corps of
Cadets is sponsoring a physical
fitness program called "Run For
Your Life." The program is based
on the. aerobics theory of
strengthening the heart, lungs, and
blood vessels by gradually
increasing their ability to handle
stress. It provides enough exercise
to significantly improve the
strength and endurance of regular
"Run For Your Life" is open to
all TSU students, staff members,
personnel, and their families. In
fact, all members of the
Stephenville community are eligible
to participate if they so desire.
Anyone Interested in joining the
program is advised to consult his.
physician first. Medical - checks
should include blood pressure,
weight, chest X-ray, and an
To otticially enter the program, a
person should pick up an entry
form in Wisdom Gym 108, fill it
out, and file it with the Military
Science Dept. in the same room.
Unless notified otherwise, all
en'tries are accepted and
participants may begin the
The "Run For Your Life"
program is divided into three
Phases':- preparatory, conditioning,
and; .sustaining. The preparatory
phase is ] the beginning phase
recommended for those people who
h$ve been leading a sedentary,
inactive life. Those who do not
exercise regularly or have not been
involved in a vigorous conditioning
program should begin with this
j Cont. on p. 6
Campus* policemen will issue
tickets _ beginning Sept. 10 tq all
cars; withbut..valid parking decals
that are parked- on University
parking, lots, according to Cecil C.
Balipw, Dean of Student Personnel
Services. Dean Ballow further,,
stated that freshmen students who
are required to park in the stadium
parking area in the mornings may
park on any university parking lot
after 12 noon.
University parking decals may be
obtained for $2.50 for the initial
decal and 50 cents for duplicates'in
the Office of Student Personnel
Services in the Administration
Building from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A student. body trip to San
Angelo in conjunction with the
Tarleton-Angelo State football
game was given the go-ahead
Monday evening by the Student
Senate in its first official action of ,
s the school year.
Student President Ross Gillum
introduced the following to the
Student Senate: Jim Hatchett;
student body vice president; Judy
Randolph, secretary; Patti Mclntire,
treasurer; Bill Hawkins, Election
Committee chairman; Orval Dow,
Public Relations Committee
chairmar^ Ed Knoll, interclub
Council chairman; David Williams,
J-TAC editor, fie also recognized
the following sponsors: Ms. Lynn
Anne Hughes, assistant dean of
women; Mike Leese, dean of men.
In other action,^ the Student
Senate passed a motion
unanimously recommending that
the Academic Council give P.E.
creuit to various athletic teams at
Tarleton that do not receive credit
for their participation.
Various committees also were
approved at the meeting. They are
as follows: Senate Advisory
Committee, Elections Committee,
Finance Committee, Homecoming
Committee, Public Relations
Committee, Student Advisory
Committee, and the Foods Council
Committee. The Foods Council
Committee and the Student
Advisory ^Committee are subject to
approval by Dr. W.O. Trogdon,
The Senate also has under, i
consideration a proposal to sponsor
a blood drive in the near future.
The next Student Senate meeting .
will'be Monday, ^ept. 17.
Refrigerators foi1 dormitory
rooms are available for rent from
the Office of Student Personnel
Services. Rent is $25 for the
semester, with a deposit of $15
required. Information may be
obtained in the Office of Student
Personnel Services from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. daily.
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The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 12, 1973, newspaper, September 12, 1973; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth141270/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Tarleton State University.