Arlington State College - Reveille Yearbook (Arlington, TX)

 - Class of 1928

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T u WY 5 -ful, 1' H nnmnnr n num: M ,vx A I ., I .e,.lLLKlL.,.. . rom tlze 6iDre.f1Zlent HE GREATEST NEED of .voeiety lx honest, efficient, eourageous a n el unselfislz leaa'er.v, trained men and fwornen fwlzo place tlz e welfare of tlzeir fellofuxv alzofee .velfixlz l.l1lt"7'f.'5l.Y and fzelzo are willing to make any reasonable and neeessary .vaerffiee or to render any reaxonable .ver1'iee in order to promote tlze best I-I1fL'l't'.Yf5 of sceiety. It is tlze lzope of your faculty tlzat in your eontaets will: us you have gotten tlze .verfv1'ee 1'l.L'7.l'f70I.I1l andhtlzat qelzen you lzafee finixlzed your train- ing ana' take your plaees in tlze social and eeonoruie 0l'l1'L'l', you will l'E'l1I1It'l' to your State a measure of.ver'Dl1'e eon1n1en.v1n'ate fwitlz the 1'n1'e.vtrnent tlze State has maa'e in you. Tlzix is tlze obligation of every man ana' fzeoman who lzax been trainer! at State expenxe. To do less will be to default upon a most sacred obligation. T. U. VVALTON, Pre.s'1'a'ent J. C97 AI. System t-KS-Q :1 nxt,-u n --f5f105i:-r- ll, 'F x 1 1- WI I i 1 , A 1 w 1 5 I P 1 r ii N 1 , f --iv--m V ,.-- --- Y , +,,,,,, , f, , ,H ,iwftgilfv-f :fo-wif' l L I U. xX.XIjI'llX', LI.. I7 l'f'4'.x1fl111l .1. C5 JI. bvl'Af1 ,AQTLQ ' A, 1,7 Q Hg 2 lgiwx WWW WWW? iwjw i wif W J L 5 ln " ' Vg 07" "-f""'-'t Y "f:1':,v: ' , f, 41-lx' Ill , D NM Q If. If. Ilxvls, KI X 1711111 of Ifn' Cuff If lik- f-KN-1 Dxjsfu ,gif 'l:, .1 151, l n .XT , ,- Afyg? Q X LJ Y . Gio. L. IJICKEY. R pfxxmizllf' Dann flffxlfn 4 11k,,4,4xT' ,a lun, ,I ,, -.-. . I 0 ..- U-cf-K ' Q i 1 URI- U P i LOCAL BOARD OF CONTROL P1I'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'll"ll ll' I'll-ll-lr l'lI'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'lP'1 dklllllllllll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!lllllllllllilil!!Ill!!ll!ll!lllllllllllillhllll!ll!ll!lL'?. HE NORTH Ttzxlsxs .AxGR1CL'LTL'R.-XL Co1.1.EGE is under the joint control and direction of tlie Board of Directors of the Agricultural and lllechanical College of Texas, located at College Station, and a local board consisting of five members appointed by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The functions of the local board are advisory, and all matters of policy or direction are submitted for tlie confirmation of tlie Board of Directors of the Agricultural and llleclianical College of Texas. S. C. Rowit N. L. D.XVIS Fur! U'm'fl1 rJl'lilIIff0ll XV. H. SLM' Cmifr lhnxlfs O. O.ToLfe1Is'1'oNiz l"m'1' llvllffll ,lrfillrffnll IJIIHIIX Q A .r.,, , ' . . 1, -a 1-KN-1 .r 0910 n - - lu fu- - ,-f-mf' ' frx , T N W :T A j WJUKlEgiif-EiL,i:iEt 3nX Y'f T' THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE i'1l'II'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll" 'll ll'll"ll'lI'Il'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'lf1 dbllllllllII!!llllln!ll!.ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!n!lihlllllll!ll!ll!ll!ll!.ll!ll!ll!ll!ll! l!laP.s HE EXECLYTIVE CUKIKIITTEE is the highest ranking unit within the North Texas Agricultural College. This cominittvc- executes the policivs nf thc- A. S KI. System. All affairs relutivm- to regulation, rzuliczll changes in CllI'I'Tk'lIllII1l. and admission rc'qi1i1'eincnts are zictml upon by this group. E.'E. IJAVIS, Iflmirnum Gnu. L. Dicxm' IJ. A. lilciuif , Drrm of flu' 1fof7f'f14' f1.Y.Yfl1'iIlff' Dim: Rt'ffi.SlI'fllA FREU B. Nniuus Ixx I,ll'SCO.XIl1 I, If, Hypgpm-H IJUIIIIIIIIIIIIIHU of I,'1nl1'f.i Dun: of Ilvfllllfll lf11.i'i11f1i'.i' Jlllllllljff' A f-vfw-- ,--11?- -if' D 11 "u.QAJ.Q .n. , .fiI:., Q Q ,. M . U 5 T FACULTY - 'll'll'll'll'll"ll' l"ll'll'll' I'II'Il'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll"l" l.'gE:EIl:l:!Hillluiulllilllllllllllllli l!ll!ll!ll!ll!!IEllllllllluillillllllll- 1 AIKJYNIE ARNULI1 Sun lm 1' In lgll3ilIl'AA' '1Ill11Ilff1'l' .Ima l3.xll.l2Y ,l,ui.xn111f fn l!IIAjlI1'.K.K ,lllIlIllfll'V Drum. BARIEER ,lymfintx f'1'nju.vnr of fjlflfllillfj Ii. S.. C. I. A. .I. KI. Hxucrs l'ruff.x.xn1' nf f:,It'lI1iAfl'j' IT. A.. Hnylm' LvI1iX'Cl'Sitj' D. A. BIQKEL I"rnf1'5xnr of Erlzzmtion 15. S., RI. A., Rlissouri lfnivers Rl'fliXfl'Ill' I,.x L'R.X Bum H.xN lJl'f1f1'A.x UI' nf Fo lnfA' 13. S., C. I. A. Rm' XV. BL'Rm2TT ,1.v.sm1ntr l"r'nff'xsor of Ififvil Ellyfllf 1111 Texas Lvnivvrsity Xmulx CH.x'rH.xM l"rufr.v,vm' of ,Uuxlr North XxY4'Sfl'I'l1 lfr1ix'c1'sity, UillCilll11l C0llSCl'Vilf0l'y of Alusic. Texas Lvl1iVCI'Sif5' 1-vfxv--1 .1 " E? +1 Un., l"'l I1 J 'I w f FACULTY I II II II II I II II II II II II II II Il II Il II I II II Il II I I -I 'II-Il-I D 7DWIllI:IIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIIIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEI :IllII!II:II:II:II!II!II:II-II-II-II-Il-A Ii. E. Dxvls QJSCAR Gum' Dum of ffollrgf' lJI'UfA'.U0I' of lvflfllfiflllllf .'lg11'i4'11lt111'1' B. A., KI. A., ,TTUXQIS LYl1TYK'l'Sif5' B. S., r11l'X2lS A. X NI. EUGENE IC. IJAVIS T. If. HAGAN .l.v.vfn'ir1fr Pr'of1'.u'fn' of .'ll'l'lIift'1f1lI'l' lJ1'uf1'.v.vfn'nflfo1'fi111ft111'1' B. S., Texas l.'l1TYL'l'STtj' H. S.. Tcxzls A. S XI. H. A. D. T,L'NSXYUR'I'H MRS. XV. I.. Hrczmzs .lxxismnl Profvssor of ,wlIIlfllt'lllI1fil'.K' .'1X5fJl'illft' l'1'of4'.rxor of Plzysiml Yvfllillillfj U. S., N. T. S. T. C., KI. A., S. BI. Lv. H. S., Sw. T. S. T. C. ETHIE E,xG1.1z1'oN XV. I.. Hnczmzs 1JA'XUl'i1lft' lJrnfw'mr of lli.KfflI'-1' .lufnifztr Profr.m'rn' of lfiufnyy H. A., Texas lYlIiYl'l'Sif5' H. S., Tn-xus A. X KI. 4 ' 6? r---K-N'--a rl' ar 'D-XA.,-41 -L' .4 1.1, ...NV ,.,i1TQ,Til-.1 dm sg FACULTY U , 1l'll' I-ll I- -ll-ll'll'll'll-ll-lr I- -Il-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-u-u-ll n . Eklllllzlllliillnillhlllllllllllllllllllli llllllll Illlllllllll!ll!ll!ll!ll! -IIIIPD Ll. IC. H L' ITSPETH 1glI.XjII1'A'.l' Jllfllllfffl' J .'ILS'iJflIlIf lmff'.wxrn' of fffflzfllzrrfirzf .Jrt IJ V v 1 X 1 1 Ii. A.. N. '1. b. rl. L. I':.XRI. U. IRONS irulnr nf lgllllll 111111 Unllufnz C. A. Alouxsox l'rnf4'.uor of l':II1li1IA'tI'iIIlj mul Vl'l'IlIIt.V 13. S.. l'l1ix'c1'sity of Texas C. XV. DIUHNSUN lJ1'flft'.Y.WIl' of .1lm'l1im' Slmjrv MRS. .IUSIE juxns .'N'11rx1' R. N. D. H. INZIHFR lil'flf.l'AAIlI' nf .'lgrI4llfl1lr'4 U. S.. Tcxns A. :md KI 0. L. Ix11.1.1.xx l'rofr.v.wn' of Biofogy H. .-X.. Tc-xns LvlliV6l'Sif3 INA LIPSCOMB 1717111 of If'n1m'11 H. S.. Tvxzls A. and KI. .lX.Ull'iIlfI' l'ruff',v,mr nf lffllfrrzilf w 'w B. S. H. S. T. L. -I 'Nun lx. 5+ - -Q r"'1'Xv-"1 7- -J---DXJVFQ .1 I-. , I 2+ rf K A-- H L, ,A 1:- -:Ar "5 ww 1 T 7 LYLLL-f-7 79'WQ' 1f3QLlQ ,,gMi, -7 JQ. 1 L N X5 M FACULTY '1l'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll' 'll'll'll'Il'll'll'll'Il'll'll'll'll'll In fdI:ll:IllII:Illllllllllllllllelllllillelln .llIIllIll!!ullilu!llillhlllllllllllll' " 1 l , F11 L. LUQKHART 5 .'lA'.WH'iIlfl' l'rofm1vnr nf .Into ,1l1'AL,lIllli1'.N' R. M. LAWSON 1'1'of4',u'r11' of ,Uilifnry Sriwlzm' nm! Trnfirs lst Lt. Inf., QU, U. LJ, I3. A., xxyilffllld Cnlln-gn-, l'nix'crsity of Paris, F1':1m'c. Inf.m' 5 try School, Fort Bl'llllil1Q, Gu. LJTTIE Lynx N S!'t'l'l'fllI'-1' to flu' Dmn MRS. B. B. MCC1..xNN,xHAxN LiflI'Ill'illII 13. A., Trinity lvxliversityg L. I., Peabody College C. A. Mcfmms ljfflft .wpvnr of .llI1flIl'lllIlfflA B. S., IU. A., PL'2lb0lIy Collvg CH.xR1.Izs McI3nx.x1,n 'lnrnirzfr l,l'Uft'3'j'llI' nf f,',lt'll1i,Sf H. QX.. Hznylm' l 111m-mtv f?FR'I'Rl' IZ MAE Mclffxmnnx fl.U'flt'illft' PI'llft.XX.X'fJI' of ,llllyif H. Rlusic, 'li XV. C. H. D. MQML'RTR.xRx' l'rnfrs.vn1' of 1Jll'l'3'il'A' Ii. S., Miss. A. S M. , Q Q-:fbi .1 i 2 I: :' I' DHJXO L , '?Vill5?"' 1... - .O . FACULTY 5 wn-ll-ll-Il-lI-ll-lI-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-Il-II-II-lI-II'll'll-ll-n-u-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll In 4 fdI:ll:II:ll:II:IIllIllI!lI:II:IllllslIllI:I'I:II:IIllIllI!ll:lllllllllllllllllllllll' run -I. C. RIOORE lJl'flft'A'.Yfl7' of Pllvl'.X'il'Ill Yufllilljllff for Jlrn B. S., N. T. S. T. C. C.w11x1N FRED B. NORRIS fJ0llIllllllIIlI1Ilf of Crlrlrtx B. S., Tcxas A. X KI. ROSQOE Owrsxs .l.v.vr11'i11I1' Prnfrxsoz' of I7I'I1'1C'ilIfj RIARTYE POINIDEXTER .1.VA'fl1'iI1f4' Prufr'.u'rn' of .fjvfrlirrf .Alrlx l'nivc-rsity of Chicago JOE B. PRESTON Profvxxor of llixfory B. A., Park Collegeg HI. A., L'11ive1'sity of Texas XV. A. RANSOM Prnfrs.vor of If II gfix ll B. A., TNI. A., Kansas University AIYRTLE RAWLS Profrsxnr of Jloflvrn Lmzgzzayvs B. A., S. M. LT. C. P. RUAIPH l,l'0ft'.Y,!'llI' of f1I11fl1rl11r1lif'.v H. A., HI. A., Texas University +1 4-1fXv-- a -uxk,-0 A -:If 30 fx:- C .f'N V- if-ik-.,..e"AW fri! 'ni FACUIJVX' Al'll'll'll'll"'ll'll'll"ll'll'll"'ll"ll"ll' l'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'lf1 S LPAlEIIllIllI:II:llElllllelllllelllllslllllellelllIIEIIlllllllll:lIEIIEIIEIIIIIEIIEIIEILDW 1 . I". KI. SAl1'1'H, .IR. l'12.x1zl, 'l'11o.x1rsow .luixfrzlrr lJI'flfl'X5UI' of Civil ffrzyfizzrrrirzyf Sttl'1fIlI'w1' to .'1.UUlillfl' Drnn H. S.. Tcxns A. S AI. nm! Rf'gfi,xl1'm' bl. C. ST.xGXm1 XV. L. XVATSUN ,J.Y.Ul1'flIfl Prnf4'.vmr of ffnrfzffzwrlfff qlrn l'rufrs.wr of f,vUlIlllll'V'l'ill1 .frm B. 13. A.. L'x1ix'c1'sity of Texas B. S.. li. C. S.. Bowling Green l'niwrsir5' KI. C. S'mxl2 HRS. Norm ZIEGLISR l'w,ff-.Um of fflrflrifnl Tuul... H. A., Iiuylm' lf: KI. A., S. KI. l'. Swvcnuy Auto School bl. T. SL'x1xlER111I.I, Gm. L. Iliclim' 1 Prnffy.mr of lillff!iXlI l'r'of1.uor of Pvyrlzofffyj' 111111 Smiofngy H. A.. Baylor l'.g M. A., S. M. L. .' - ,ins A ' .'f.v.forirlIf' IJIYIII H. S., KI. S., Tvxzls A. S 11. L x - , . , V r-JSP-1 ..-..5,..n. YJ -f -1-- ' gl 31 V 5 1 1111111 OIUUE 51651111 Slate MRS. E. E. DAVIS O111' Lone Star St11te is 1111 e111j11'1'e great, fwith acres .S'1'7l'L'IldI.l1fj far and f11'1'de,' ll'1'th 11ma11t111'11s and hills, TCI-ll! l'l.1'6l'.Y Illld fills, green pnziries, our joy 1111d our j11'1'de. The GIllf'.f .Yl.l'Z'Cl' 11'11f11es the l70llI1dlt'.Y.Y shore lafve, and the f1'11g1'1111t pines lciss the lJl11 e jkl.c'.Y,' The Q1'esIe1'11 breeze lvlmvs qelzere tl1e t11ll j'lll'l'Il grmcxv, and the .Yllll 011 the mesa 11e'e1' dies. fjlll' Lone Star State has t1'1'11s111'es 1'11sl, IlI1HIL'1l.YIll'L"11' as s1111ds of the sea,' ' The .YIIO'Zl'-"will-lt' fields 1.11 eotton yield Il l70lHIl1-fill h111'1'est so free: The fl'lll'lt'I1, flllllll 'ZCI-lll llH1l7t'l' g1'a1'11, l1'q111'd deeps off11tl1o111less gold, The cattle stil! UI1 efuery hill are 1'1'1'hes llllllll-H1l7L'l'6d, untold. O111' Lone Star State has lveauty too, that 111.1 our hearts 011 h1'1 l1,' , J The lrtae-l1o1111ets 11-1111 011 s111111y sfo es, 1 le111111111 lJ11'11 ht 'neath the . J ,f J l7l'lZdlIl!j slcyf ll'1'ld 7'l.0lyL'lX .1-11'eet, l111'e-llhe 111esq111'te, thorny lY1l'lll.f beside the f11'11y,' .Jud llllllullfj 1111d flflll' we can Illflftl-YI hear the 111o1'lc1'11g-l91'1'd's Hlfllfll' G less l11y. 0 Texas Star, that sh1'11es afar, heep 1a'11t1'l1 o'e1' us for lIyL',' They thy 1'h1'ld1'e11 blest l'OlllL'lIl will rest lreneafh thy l0'l'l.IIfj ray. ll'e'll ree-ere thy 1z11111e, protect thy fame! u'e'llfollof1c1 11pfw111'd 1111d 0I1,' Oar loyal hearts 11'e'll pledge to thee till lifefs glo1'1'o11s duties are done. r-KXr-- :1 DXA,-0 1, -1 eff 28 he -- 4 r iff E1 my ' ik! A E2 6 ,V fx .f1R,cH1'rB:cfr'U.R9B.-. nu-' I W1 TI u fi? 1 X' iw - - WXLBE7 f rf -. '- J. ' if ,. I I, f, ', f. I X5 "',: f 'ff 1 1? yf ,ft ,' Rf V U ,.f , 252 CL ASSE -1- vw-Q"",1Q"vrv'F ,'-'ww-vvg-H, V : , g'." -X 'T' Q K , , 3, s , M v ,gl 1 - . I f w s ' 5 I 'Q " 5 5 I 1 ' 1 1 S . W -n. :' ' ' wx 'L ' .REG 'TLPFI-X4 .. 'v Tl .-,mi iw 1 x 1 - 5, A "Wins . . 'jp ,j ENHUR if ,Q T. .M m D ALTMAN, MASUN XV. "ll'l1wrw is tlzrre arzollzrr proziurt .vo uswful ax fllix one?" Abilene, Texas Q General ist Sgt. Band '17-'28g Basketball rleserve letter 'arsity Tennis Team '26-':73 President Commercial Club '27-'z8g Sgt. Club '27-'28g Choral Club '17-'28g Ass't Business 'Manager ,lunior Aggie Staff '27-'zSg Aggie Orchestra lSaxophonel '26-'27, '27-'28. Amos, EL1z,xiaETH MiDREL.'kNLJ "Flora-lr.v.s." XVaverly Hall, Georgia General 'zflg Secretary La Docena Club '27-'QSQ Secretary Household Arts Club '27"18g Little Theatre '27-V231 Choral Club '26-'27, '27- ARTHUR, If.n'iz Burris "1l1nny .vfrikirzg ff'aiurr,r." Arlington, Texas General hold -Xrte Club '17-'2.Q- San Soucie '27-'1Sg XV. A. A. '26-'27, 27- 28. lhnlzox, Rornare C. "Time Ia rfIirr." :ml Lt. Co. B. 27-,281 Basketball '26-':7g ' Traek '26-'27g Officers' Club i'27:,28. BARRON. 'R L'PER'r IJor'GL.xs "'1luill for Jlrrpf' XVvllbnrn, Texan .'XgI'lClllUlfZlI Adminixtration Sgt. Co. B. '17-':Rg Haxeball '26-,271 Trael. zo-'z7g Sgt. Club '17-'zllg Commercial Club 'zo- Bnan, SPIENCIZR ".Yul11l'w's gfzfl In futility." Merkel, Texas Iilectrical Iingirievrilig Cravk Cu. '35-'26, '17-EX. lingua, ,lonw lf. "Yau quill lniw' if nfl .vigfl1l." -W llannllev, Texas Iileetrieal Engineering Sgt. Co. C. '27-'IRQ Denierit Honor Roll ul anal znml tcrma 'gh-'17, nt term '17-'3Rg Sgt. Club '17-E85 liull Pen Sm-ierg ':uf':7, '17-'2S. Bon ELI.. CHRA IXI.uio12 "T!1f'l'w'.f u l'l'llJllll.N Mineral XVellN, Texnx llenexal Club Editor junior Aggie '17-ESQ Phi Kappa Tlu-tag Avolentei Club '17-':R. X1 . n-. .-,fx-5 H' DXLA1. if -1 13- '1i331-' I.ittIe Theatre ,27-'ZRQ Vice-President Ilouxe- VVelIborn, Texas Civil Engineering Y 1+- I 131' of iii? l 1 liP.nwER, CHARLES WELIJKDN ''Finishad-to-jour-order." Arlington, Texas Pre-Medival Choral Club '16-'17g Men's Glee Club '17-'18g Secretary-Treasurer Pre-Med. Club '27-'28g As' sistant Business Manager jr. Aggie ,226-'17Q Business Manager jr. Aggie '27-'1S. BURRESS, R.xYMOxn "Now rnrvrz' znfmirrd by girl: Ifmn l"L'l'l'.H Arlington, Texas General Crack Company '27-'18g Baseball '26-'17, '17- '1Rg Corp. Co. B '27-'18, BUTLER, TDENNIS B.ui,EY "Play will: fxprrls and illlfU'fl'L'l' your gamrf' Trenton, Texas General Ist Sgt. Co. B. '17-'18g Crack Cu. '25-'26, '25- '27, '17-'18g Basketball '16-'17g Baseball '16-'17g Fannin County Club '16-'17g Sgt. Club '17-'18, Nlountaineer Club '27-'28g Mahogany Club '15, CASEY. Coxasxr.-xx E. 'Ylml llffrz' fllllff ln' no frirtinn in fbi: uffifr." Tnseola, Texas General Crack Co. '25-'16, '26-'27, '27-'18g 2nd Lt. Crack Co. '26-'27Q Sgt. Crack Co. '17-'18g Ist Lt. Co. A. '16-'17y Pvt. Co. A. '27-'z8g Honor Stu- dent '25-,261 Annual Staff '15r'26, '26-'27, '17-'18g Editor junior Aggie '27-,281 Officers' Club '26, '27g Sigma Deta Theta '26-'27g Mouiitaiiieel' '16-'17g MHh0gHllf' Club 'zgg Rifle Team '27-'1R. I C.-XSHIOX, VVILLA .ACIAE "I4'iflr's or Rows." Handley, Texas Household Arts President VV. A. A. '17-'1513 Letter in VV. A. A. '16-'z7g Household Arts Club '26-'27, F17-'28. CE.uu,EY, JESS EL1.1s "TrxI1'J mn! 11pfv'1m'rJ." Pnsg, Texas General Zllll Lt. Co. C. '11,-'17g ist I.t. Co. A. '17-'18g Football '25, '16, '17g Captain Football '17-'1Sg Officers' Club '26-'27, '17-'18g Mahogany Club, '15-'16. CH.XNlJI.ER, LEON "D1'fw'11tlal1ilily" Mi. Vernon, Texas Civil lingineer De Molay '17-'1S. Ci-iR1s'rxi.xN. INI.uu.n li.x'1'HER1NE "Su original and tliffrrrlll ffm! l'0IllfllI'i5fHl 11' impoxsilflrf' Arlington, Texas General XV. A. A. '17-'1Sg Vice-President La Docena Club '17-'1Sg Choral Club '16-'17, ,27-llgl Household Arts Club '27-l.?.RQ Little Theatre '17-'2S. f-f 1-ft Y, iff-WtIiA 11. l 'v nsvtfc .-f -. ., ,rt 33 il, ., .Ku Q Dfxvrs. lllnkourzarfrra "Say ir Quillz flm1,wg'sL" .'Xrling.5lon, Texas 'N V General .Xvnlelmlfi l'lub '2lHl7, ' JN. lalllc Theatrr '27-'JN llnnxclmolxl. Ark-7 'J7"2N lJlL'Kl2RSONv.. Murzrus "llw IIUQL' finds 141,000 falls" :Xrlingtunf Trxzh General Dnnsnx. 1lIL'RR.'xY 'THEsL's ".l,v yarn! lash' .lfl11m1ri.e'." , llnnlsnlwille, lcxai Pre-Bled I-I Lt. lianfl 'JM-'.f'7. l:l:t.ul1 Ilanlx '27-'2N: Avi, ' c ' 1 '-'-'J-', . v '. I A- ' '-3.-". 'JT- l llanul llastur 'lf-'IRQ Rrflr Squarl '23-'lug Prjc-simlcnl lrrllnl lllh 'I N lluullu lluln ' " 'JM Yicc-l'rv:sulr'nt laltlr 'I'ln'.llrL 'Jn-ff. llokwxlan. lililxlx W "lf flrnrly-99-44,,f'g00'2 11m'1'."i liail, Texas ' General l-t SQL' Cu. .X '27-9291 fslxlrk lo, 'lffflfi 'Lctlur 17-'28 lioutllilll, lii'wl'W3' 'ffl-V371 'l'rczulu'cf ,lllasunulrt llatx '25-l27g 'llossum llunlurx A253201 ' Mabugany Club L23-'26g President Sgts, flnb '17-'28, 1. COLEMAN, JAY D512 "Good to tht' last dropi' VVellington, Texas w General lst Sgt. '23-326: Captain Cn. C. 'Zh-'275 Football lar-.mf Letter 124-'25, '35-'gag rf0.,m..1l'1.emr 121.-'37, '27-'JNQ Student founcil '24-H253 Annual Staff, '.?3f'.213, 'ltr-'l7, '27-123: Sgt. Club '13-'ZLL Hfficr-rs' fllulx 'JG '37, '17-'2S: Commercial Clulw '37-'ISL Selected moat L-fficiunt non-commissioncrl officer 'JS-'263 Captain fo. .X. '.27'2S. Corzsa. CHANCE' H.. DIR. "ll'liu! fLcr1ulJn'l you Jn. for such a jlrizrf' Fort VVorth, Te-xaa ' General Sgt. Co. A. '27-'2S: Football Letter '26"27, '27-US: lirullrrcuriilg Club '23-'Jug Fur! lYnrLl1 flub '27-'JSI Illallownzy Club '25-'24.. COVEY, XVILNI.-X . "Lrarn by fmllil-not by rulr.v."4 Fort VVnrtb, Texas llousebold Arm Lcltcr in W. A, A. 'IIUJTQ 1'l1i Kappa Tbulag N0 llurrwrrtx 'lu-'27: Honor Roll 26927: jr, .Magic Staff '27-'JNQ Little Theatre '17-'ZSQ Household Arla 'ln-'l7g '17-US: Choral Club '27-'IRQ XY. A. A. Club '27-YS: l-'url XYortll Club '27-YS. CREECY, .IUHN E. Kemp, Texas U-H'u'fU'5 .l""-'ff-'I General lnrl Lt. llaunl '27-'2S: Letter in Track '26-'27: Re- wrvc in Fuoiball '20-'Z7g Leiter ini Football '27-'2S: llillllillll-Blfft Football '28-'29: Basozment Rat '26-'27 llluporrrrjg Gfflvlefs' Club '27-278: Mahogany Club '26-'.Z7. l .av 1 ri. f-1fH- 3 5x,1..f'U C - 54 ln - VXA f--f ' A. -D--qv- V- MA M- U .M - v IJonw.1uao, NIAURICE D. "Made vsprcially for blondes." Uail, Texas ' General znd Lt. Co. A. '27-'28g Officers' Club '27-'zllg Tejas '24-'25g Charter Member Mahogany Club '24-'2-gg Basement Rat '26-'27, Secretaryg De Molay Club -2.7-ilg. Fowrzn, Crttztsrtxa "Swif-ll':'ingingf." Arlington, Texas General President W. A. A. '26-'27, Shorthorn Staff '26-'27, Shorthorn Editor '27-'ziig Phi Kappa Theta '26-'27g President Phi Kappa Theta Club '27-'28g Honor Roll '15-'26, l2.6'l27Q llousehold Arts Club '25-'26, '26-'27, '27-X281 Little Theatre '25-'16, 'zo-'17, '27-'zSq Choral Club '17-'28, Pianist for jr. Aggie Orchestra '27-'28, FRY. jrfssr Rosum "lIr llfinks l1r's so big-lull you know: ln' isn'l." Mansfield, Texas General :nd Lt. Co. C '27":Sg Crack Company '26-'27, Bull Pen Society '26-'27, '27-'28, Officers' Club '27-l2S. G.ALRR.-XITH, Vmotxu "Imli'z'idzzal Exprt's.vion." Arlington, Texas Household Arts No demerits for first term '26-'27, 'Household Arts Club '26-'27, '27-'28g VV. A. A. '26-'27, '27-'28g Little Theatre '27-'z8. , Gnzouxo, CHARLES O. "IIE really amazingly .rimplr." Handley, Texas Agricultural Crack Company '27-'1Sg Iloof and Plow Club '16-'z7g Bull Pen Society '17-'18, Fort XVorth Club '27-'28. TTORDON, jonx B. "Dfjvrlrilzxlflr-lifcf' all 1l1jll'l'5IlH.f.H Burleson, Texas Pre-bietl :nd Lt. Band, iljrilxi Crack Company '27-'zS3 Shorthorn Staff, l27-'28, Student Assistant Libra- rian '16-l27Q Pre-Med. Club '27-'28g Officers' Club l27"28Q Hoof and Plon Club '26-'27, Ulee Club '27-'zSg Bugler '17-'z8. Haxntrrox, Lows FR.xNKt.1N "Gl'mlrr .w'1'q'ru' and Wallin." Dallas, Texas Architecture Shorthorn Staff, '27-'28, Dallas Club '27-':S. PTE.-XRNE, jonx ISENNETT - "lIflp ynlnxrrlf In ln'11llf1.", Teague, Texas Business Administration :nd Lt. Co. A. '27-'ZSQ 2nd Team Football '17-'IRQ Office-r's Club 'z--'28, -lr. Ag ie Staff '26-'27, 273282 ShorthornlStaff '26-'27:gBllSlI1?SS Manager Shurthorn '17-'28g President, junior Class '16-'273 Yell Leader '27-'28g Commercial Club '26-'27, '27-,281 De Molay Club '27-'28, f-ffs.-. ,--4 V " -J n-XA,4: 1. ' 41535 lie - -v-+1 -. . QTQP... . -4 f' - HUNTER, RMQERT LE.u..xND "Thr rlmm- of millions." furt XVorth, 'lkxnx Architfuture nt 1.t.VBantl '27-ESQ liuxkctlmll '26-'27Q Ban-- luill '17g Prexident ut Senior Claw '27-,235 Honor Roll ist 'lierm 'gl-3:73 ixllllllfll Staff ,217-'ISL Uttircrs' Cluh '37-'1Rg liull P:-u Sm-icty 'Jn-':7. -l.xn'RsnN. RUHIER T. ".Yfw'1'.l fllilfl ,t'1lfl'lJ'." Xrliugtuu, il't'XIlN lflcvtricul Fugiurcriug Crack Vu, '37-'1Sg lfuurlnill '26'.27, '27-':Rg inaltetlwnll 'zo-'z73 lin-rlmll '36-'27. .I xRx.x1'1', Rlliuixif 'ff Irifl' iL'lll'f!l l'11nQL'if1f1." Xrliugtuu, Texas General XV. A. .X. '27-ER: lilislu-tluill Vlulw 'zhg Bare- hzlll Team 'l71 lluuur Rull 'zflg Little Theatre 27-YZSQ HmiSrl1ulcl .Xrtx Clulw '26-'17, '27-ESQ Girls' Ornfhrstru 57519. Aluuxwx. Cu ucriss XV., HRS. "Prz'c'i.rinn," Q HIETT, Noiawoon "Tlu'n' muldzft lu' anything nifrrf' Arliugtuu, Texas Pre-Med Shurtlmrn Staff 'lf'-l27Q Letter inpjmirnalixm 'zjg Vice-Pre-sicleut Pre-Med. C'lulS '27-'IRQ i'hurnl Clulw 'jfs-'27. Hixxmz, XVILLIE MAE "l1ru11lif11l 1'ffrfIs." '1':itum,, Texnx Houwlmlnl Arts Cummc-rc'inl C'luh '27-':Sg Household Arts Cluh l27'llSQ VV. A. .-X. '27-llg. HL'ux.u.1., FR.xNcES L.xUR'x Ulfwlirf fur lflf' wyw.v." l7:ill:u, 'l'cx'xs Huuxehnlml Arts linskctluill '27-'1S3 Phi Kappa Theta '16-'17, '17-':Rg Art Editor .-Xuuuzil Staff .27-llgQ Houur Rull, .-Xx'ulrut6 Club llfr-'27, '17-'2Sg Comrnercinl Arn Vlulsg Dallas Clulm '27-'28. Hrco, Orruuua Enczuz "Ifnul1nluLNy .ffllflfllllfl nu! Il"LL' fways nf gfivilzgf glrrfilrl' .wr:'ifr arm' iFllllll'.ll Dillfy, 'lbxglt General Agriculture Pauls! Sgt. lNlujnr, '27-'zSg Phi Kappa Theta: '17-'QSQ llumu' Roll '27-'2Sg Vice-President Phi Kappa Tlieta '27-'z8g Shorthbrn Staff 137-ll3Q Sgt. Clulw '27-'zlig Stock judging Team '36-'z7. D 1 ,nn Q' '17 Suu Antonin, l't'X1lN liicuciul Phi 'Kappa Tlwtng Humor Rull '17-'2R. ,R Fit--4-lib+-t ,-1Av- - .i nxgfn 4, , 434 jf, .lm Y xfxaf..-1 rl K: l Y- X jnnxsoy, H:gu5xf,KISQQ..yxn Qiiffiii-1isv1ifs:5'C0eLif2Qg -5 '1- .Xrlingt,nn, 'fibrin y' Ar1'l1it'eEti.fiYqLH4 'ilu't'ring1 Cr:lt'k'C6r11p:i11y 'gh-'17g Blfniifiiinalilgiilr Tarun '26-Q73 First Sergeqnt '17-':S5'T7irty-bifyen '25- 'zhg .Mahogany CYill1":5-'2f6g,Sgt. Ullif' '27-'28, 4, K h E if ff fx 'ff ., V , flxL'YKi2Xi7.Lt1.1,. '.R.X1,l'H Rig 1' 21 . 'ff . ,, "llrm.:gQ"Qigi gzUg r'?1,'x1,'!f flff tlfllllff QL'lfflIlllf'n,77'Ill.7 Fort W05ti?fKV'4'g'BfaS' 'Iilectrical Iingin: ring Crzwk Cdrngiariy '27-'ZSQ '1'rnc'lt '26-'27. Q' fi, 1 , f't"iLs I vi! 'H L.-XXIER. glmxiss XVIZYITR "pl ,v1'11.mlio1111l ,vlafclefaig New Iinstfni, Texzia ag Generali Company Ag Crack Compalryvwzglf, '17-'zSg Little Theatrg-V37-'iSg l1OHlm?fCi5ii'l"lCf?2m'7 '27-'2R. LAW,ANI"N.x Crlftm ' "'F-Mzfczglly good for 'fhzI.1rrnL" f, Fort Vifoilthif 1352551 W- " K , ,J -f. ..wQel1el':1i For'fHKYoj3tl1"'C,iuiJ l27'T28: ,xx?:Xi5.,i.A.Q":36-1.27: '17-'2I8g,giL!j,431Cl.u1wV 57928. K' :lik-+cQ3glgkh.'fQv M f ' X' -x 3 f - .7 ff," 1 ,' 3 1 Qi jf f 4' 2 xxx - 1 it ' ., V , . : 1 , t '- - V L--fx gg ,. ,: ,g - fgfx,,.f.- ig 4 fi !"Kill.vlral.v-uzzlyffxfgg'3gi , , EH. ,, I ' Blnckwelig IBXHS it Y' jjapiciiltmirs Foothaiig-fSeCol1ci fYllITl '34, first Itfgfiiflj-'26, '26-'zfg 1122.57-'18g Track 'z5-'zfvg Relnivxpyhin '26- .171 Hikh Point Man State Track 'z7g ist Lf. Co. B. '36-'::7g Capt. Co. B. ,272 ficers' Cluxbr '26-'27, '27-'LSQ Hoof and Plow CII! '26f .27' K, , ,E N LL'T1'R121.1,, .lums G. " ' gf "Dom Ihr! 'LL'1ll'A"0f jim' l1n'11."' Arlington, Texas V x Qgnernl Commerciai Clulw '27-'18, f 1XIMcCmms, ETHIXQYN .6gRMINi'l'.X 'N ",I ,viqn nf p1'r1gl'rsAf."g N Arlington, Texas 1 I I , gi fQC!ICl'Ili Avinlentfff '27-.282 Hmm-lmld .Al'ISqZfi-'2f7, '27- 1 '18 gf bscretnry -,l.l'?lINlIl'L'I' ut Little 'I'he:Lf1'e5 '17-VIS. ,. t Q ' 'McG12ii, CI..xRENcE A. if "lQ'rrat1'J fur u11joyymnl." I Furt Qvbrvili, Texas N -...l:Qec'tricnl Engineering Crrick f'mnp:nn', '26-':7"g :f742A83LLBull Pen Snciety' '26-V271 '27-'38, ' - 'K l"ffXI"'! 0 U-XA.,-0 D Q if t X - A unix D , V4 mrlgi-151 - wx.,-N x, NEWMAN. JACK LEWIS' "Sll1II0fllllP.f.f.U ' San Pedro,fCalif. Civil Engineering Crack Company '37g Color Sgt. lStaffl '26- v27Q Mountaineer Club '17-E83 De Molay Club '27-'zilg Sergeants' Club '27-'z8. Puzx, S.u,1.rE LEE ".I tlrfvrmlnlflw nr11amf'11l." Arlington,' Texas General VV. A. A. '.?.7Av28Q President, Ln Docena YZ7' '18g Choral Club '26-'17g Household Arts Club '26-'17, '27-'zllg Little Theatre '27-'18, POPE, Alon N. "Hi-fil1'." Alvarado, Texas I General :ntl Lt. Band '27-'zSg Football '16-'27t: Base- bull '11,-'z7g Football '27-'z8g Officers' Club ,':7- '23, , ' REEVES. EDNVARD B.. ' ".'ll11y m'i'rr Inst' tl 51'r'mid', and yff f1i1'in1any j'l'lH'.V .fl0QU." f x , Fort lVorth, Texas Meehanieal Engineering Crack Company L26-'27, '27-':8g Fort XVorth Club '27-'zS. , KIILTON, JULIET CHRISTINE ' 'XIII Ilia! is beautiful :hall abide y'r1r'rfw'r" Arlington, Texas , General Choral Club ,27-,181 Little Theatre V27-V282 Household Arti Club '27-'28. MONTEMAYOR, llIAR1o "Highest Qualify." Jaumave, Tamaulipas, Mexico General Agriculture Honorable mention, Football '26-'27g Second Team Football '27-'28g Honor Roll znd six weeks period '27-IZSQ Hoof and Plow Club '25-'26, '26- 57 NIOURE. NELLIE VVARn "Krrp fha! .frllonl gfirl,fornjvlrxirn1." Arlington, Texas General Sans Souci fSec'y-Treas.l !26-'27, '27-'28g Little .Theatre '27-'ZSQ Choral Club '26-'z7g Household Arts Club '27-'28, VV. A. A. '27-'2S. Morrow, CLINTON "Quirk and easy." Pnrrldise, Texae General 4-KXv- 5 Uxkfa D .I rl,- .off- l l Il l 1 l i l 5 l I l l r I v 7 T-r 'ff -71, ,, A -, 7 YW Q . lutll... -- . . .. me F x SEALE, Ton L l ' ' , . . ' ..,, ' "Tru-yrars, promonou in qitez. rllvaratlu, Texas Civil Ei'lgint-ering Crack Company 'zh-'17, '37-218: :dd Cn. li '27-'2Sg Reserve Letter Fnntball '16-'27'gY Letter Football '27-'ESQ Reserve Letter Baseball '21,-'z73 Ulfifers' Club '27-158. Suaxstafnkuf Donorm' livuwfw- A 1' t l"S1111l'i.rf." 'Q Dallas, Texas Ufllifffil San Souvi 2:6-'27, '27-'3Bg Vive-President 827- '2Sg Hnuselldldz Arts Club 'zfvg Little Theatre '27-ESQ ISV. .-K. A. 'z7g Dallas Clula, Vice-Presif dent '27-llg. . SMITH, :ltl.lNE. -X " "ll'lmf fworld'.v .fl11"ll 'c'0ftqil0Ii," Grand Prairie, Texas A 'frtleneral llnusehuldb Arts '37-'zSg San Snucl 'git-fzS. , s ' 1 4,2 if SM1Tn,' HOB.ART E. l "UTM rm 0. K. Mai aauullf' ' in ,'l.l'lllllIifQIl, Texas ' General Frat-lc Cn. '17-ESQ Trnvk '26"27.i,.'Q' 1' , W. ,W F , ' I . X , as .Il xx. a . 4 -' alias. '39,'F?'f5Q'5r91 f 'T' . ' ,Asha V Srsvnnxsosr. NLYNNALLQQP. "Valwr-in-infill." vi Clyde, Texas ,Rllrhlysllduratinn llonnr Roll Ist term '17-'ztlgi Demelrit lllflllfll' Rnll :nd term 'zh-'zjg Phi Kappa. 'l'lteQi!"27-'2S1 Student Assistant Lilwrarian 27328. ' , ' Trtmms, L. C. l "Yours Ihr flu' lliklllflf' .-Xrlingttm, Texas General l'r:lt'k Cn. YJTJISQ Reserve Football '26-'27g Baseball '36-'zjg lfnntlwall 'z731S. Tnnuvsox. H.uu'Ex Tunuxs 7 "Tim arm nf Iam' and nr.1rr." ' A Venter, Texas General Vader llajnr, '27-'JSQ President Uftirers' Flnlw '17-'1S3 Captain Crack Company' '27-':Sg Offi- cers' Clulw '15-'16, 'gli-l27Q Crack Cmnglany '24- '253 Rifle Team, '35-fzog Captain Track Team '17-E83 Ffzntlwall '15-'26, V20-'27, '27-IQRQ llunnr Roll-'27-ESQ De Mnlny Clulw '37-'zS. ' y -TL'CKlIR. 1I.tm'AY1,t2Ex' ".lla::tiy.r Ihr rzrmzrsr, ulacays rln' .f1f1az1f'st." Arlingtnn, Texas General XV. A. A. '27-V281 Honor Roll Sernntl Semester '21,-':73 La Ducena Clulw '27-'28g Household Arts Club '17-':.Sg Chnral Club '20-'17, '17-':Rg 3 Little Theatr l-7"2R. .-,fx-l f-m -1 'D-NA fl!" L tl In , ,Y 51,73 1-A ZW-fg AW--- UQ .. Ll U A--if---v -7 ' , ,- -- --1-if11'- -1 1 -A! T U 3 XX'IIIT'1'l,If, l'.XRl. XX'll.5l IN. "ll."x .vlrrliuff funn mn rm! lu' mid." wun. Trvn Rural lfmlucutum lull l.1. Cn, U, '3nf-f. Jffjrig lkrmrk Cu. 'J?"J1w 1,7273 Ut'fiL'1'rs' Vlulr 'jr,f'j7, 'JT-'JH XV1l.l,l.XXIS, ll.XRX'I-QX' .llhlf "1l.rlu'! mrfmlllwl VN." lbmhl Oily. Texas lflutrnzll lfll!Jl11:'lIl Sul, Xl.ljur 'jrlfjfg l4r:lLL fn '27-'JN XX'II.l,l.XXIS, Ill PXXHXRIJ lfXRR4 lI.l. "llw Inu' fl flifillnlllfxlnwl 4f.'.vfr.' lA11l'j'r'w.v.nwlj." VAUGHT, VIRGINIA "Extra, Quality," 'JTYJNQ Clmral Club '27-'JN XX'AlllJl'fl.L, TH IiI.XI.X "Kuff Pl'1'fmIl'm1," llxzunl l'rzlirn-, 'IR-xas lirucml X X'lfc'l'rcN. XY, .X. A. 227323: llullwlmlml .-Xrls 'Jn-'27, "7-'JM Suu Suucl '27-228: Shortlmru Stuff '27A'JN, XX'.M5uN1-IR. R.,S., IR. "l'l1rmIu lu.m1ffl." .Xrliu:4tuu. Texan GL-mlml l'r.u'k l'ump:u1y 'JT-'JNL Tcunix Team '26-'17. XX'l'l.XKI.lfY. l.UI'ISlf H,NkllA"X if L'lA"f'n'l' 4llvl'l.n wutl, Texas Ill-nl-rg 5.411 Num: '27"2S. XX'lf,-Xvlfli, JHSEPII R, "T11r'x' .ml1',vfy," .. . ..,--. IW'I,---1 1: lf' ll: Dallax Llulu '21-'2S. XX I',.XX'ER, XX'll.l.I.XXl T. "TllL'j' 5-Llfl'.X'f"X'." 'jf-'JHQ Ho0f mul Plow flulb '26f'27I Surly-'l'l'r:u4 lPt'f1m-rx' Club '27-'.IF4: llznllzlx Ululn 27328, 1 Xxlxuglxm, 'llcxllx lflvnlruul lflluluvurlu lxl IA. lln, F., '27-'JSQ lnlllu l'l1v.nIrn 'J 'N liffucrs' Vlulr '27-'JN XX'lI.l.IS, lfl'l..-X "I'ln' hunt rx not lrff-'lfrLl," l lI'l XX'ul'Ill, 'fcxzu llollscllolrl .Xrlx J fl Sn-1"yf'l'x'u:lS. XX'. ,X. .X, '27-'JNL l1.ull-:tluilll 'lff'JXg :F- lx...15.n..,1.1 ,mg um. 21.137, 'JT-'JM .Y XX'UUll. l'lAXRRlSllN Illtl,lI5 X' "1 .,',!. 1 mf lm," if . , 'f lll-nlhrxml. Texqg thu-r.nl .Xgrirullun YL ' l'l'.ulx lu. '27-'JN XX'Rlllll'l', lPl.lX'l'1 l':S'lAl':l,l.l'1 .M "H'l1.1!' lu' M11 rfnlrlffllwl- :wi I7 l krlffzv fl." Xlx':nu-ln, 'lrxzw llcmrwl XX' .X. .X, 'jf-'JNQ linuacholll .Xrri Clulw 'ffl'-. 7-UN, Liulq 'l'lu.m1- '37-'.ZN. 1 xLxTris. lllIIUl'I'HX' 1iX'l.X Y ",X'r4l'f'f:,m:rW lC.'u1f!vf' rluuqtun, 'l'vxa4 llym-ml . .,-.-, ,--.-., XX .X, A. -fA2fNL Jumur .Xuulu Still! lf-ZA: .Xvw l ull- Llulr l'l':'Xlvlrut 21-JSI Llmml klulf .IQ--jf, J, 'JY Spunmr llqulx--ll tsounty kluln '.2f"29. Jrr .fi W.- -Kxvf , .V lv. wi ,plie- .Xrlll1uInu, Texas llvnrrinl XX X A. '27-'ZR: vlr. ,Xggiv Smff 'JT-'JNL SL-v'yf 'l'n-sw, .Xvolm-M6 Club '27-'ESL lluuerhnlfl .Xrts Vlul, llxullu-. Texas General .Xgriculturu 'l'l1rt:l2 UffiCcr"S flulr '27-'JM llnuf and l'luw Club lmlluw. 'IPXHS .Xgfricullurv l'r.lck Cu, '26-'27: '37-US: lst Lt. Carpe ,X-ljutamr wg :xii lr:--A :1,-- - - "W JUN ,-. Q ,, T f ATKINS, Rm' ' '52 ' Rosrlfud ,, , . V .Q A - ,K ' 4 f BACWELI., '1'. B. I vw- 4. , V.-ff . , M ELC? If-5 Y! 'I t V. Rm fn'5I1'f 4' A lixkxgs. Dorm ' ' '- - .lrluzylon Q 1 "W 1 S i, . V 7 J . Q' V E xw. BRYSON, Ku ri B!'y.Y0ll ISL Russ, l.L L'II.I-. .lfHlIyl0Il Iimclnrk, 'IRIIFINLX ' .lflilllflllll Cxsnv, Nl xx xmx Tzm ala C'1lk1s'lul-mx, JAMES 'I'wr1yf1n' Unxlfxax, lilm. Dallas Covmx, Horus . lrlinyflnll Cox, H.uzm.n lffm' Il'm'll1 Futura, C.xxRm,r, ,lrlilzylun 'PNN -x ,-.fw- Bxxxlmw. XV1l.1.mm Fun' 1l'urIll Bril.r,AMx', jrss .lflillfflllli B1f:l.m , Cllfxkl 1 f I Fm! ll'urIl1 BRABOY, jon N l,',iHillflf0lL Bxowx, Drums flflillfllllli BRYAXT. HUM Rl Frf'r'lVrr1' I L J :J-xskfn U .I I. "W-123' I I I I I I F I L 1-,X --rf i - fwi' III ,Q Q7 QQU 3 gn, ' ' ji1'9lr 1, l 'I YIM!-AA Y KZ..." Q F74 U ' 'M' -I I I Y X L: I I DsvvII"r, JOHN l'illalm'u1o.m, Mfxirn L lJI'I"r0, MIKE .-lrlillgffon I DOYLIE, Mll.llRI?I1 f Dullnx DoU'rHI'I'r, JACK V, 1,f,,, If Grand Prafrir . 1 . N I . I 3 " ' ' DUKE, AIXI5 f I. X ' .. 11mI.I1,'y 5 1 N D L'XSVVOR'l'H, k'l',xIf'I' .L Trrnton '59 I2I.I,Io1'r, Dowmn , K 'V ' Fort Ifforilf ' A' J A " ' I M: L . , , ELLIS, .KATHERINE 'Q , . '-A i IfIll'k',1lll'l1l'ff - IQ' z i Y " m EVANS, I. F. f I Jf"LL'l'11' - -V FAGG, JAMES """'1 I + Blufridgr Q Fnkcrsrmx, J. F. E!! .lrlilzyron I 5, 77 0 Frikmsox, IWVRRAY ffwi iiil K . I rl I 111111111 A FITZ, DILMAR f ' iblnrqufz Q ' V 5 FOWLEII, Goknox 'Q -' , .flrlingtou X Q ' FLfI,I.IaR, I,AwkItxcIa s if I - . I - , , f.fli'I7IHfllll ' CI.'XI.l,0XYAY, ARIANIQ I - . . n - Inn' If nrllf ,K clARI.AXIl, MADISON , f Frm' ll orilz ' GENIRIA, lTI,IIEk'I' - 1 Dl'fHfIlI' V! . fi, ,-fx,-. f-1 -I 1 . 'f xi UKXAJG If . .312 43 F5. - rg M M- gk' N-fy . v' 'I 4 X, .V , , ' tixmix, jorm lf'f'allf1'rfnrJ I f?REfIORY, Cusrnx 11.15 . Illllhnfy Gnuxms, Llc'r1,x Crdar Ilill II.x1.r., Ilrmxxxn flrami Pmirir II.xM1l,1'nN, ITm'rH Dallax lI.xunm1,xx', .-Xxx x Dallux ll.xxcu.xvE, Ausl hY D11ll11,f I'I.uu.Ax, W. J. Plumuz, Ikvrx .lflillfflilll L " llll ll, Mmm I". 'ff- lrlinyflun Y 1 . . llmzmx, Roll!-RT 5 V il I'.llI'f 1f'nl'lfl 'C A Ilmgmx, .l. li. lfurr' 1I'IlIAfll Ilursl-1-111, Him, lffflllllllll IIL x'l', l!El.Ex .Wm mrm K' DIACK, XV1ll1xx1 Ihflllzx -Ixcmox, 1iusnx'1' Rurlnxvtrr Jxmmhxsnx, Emvxx f llr11Jwr,ful1 r-fxv-1 Slll'I1f0flll HAY, M.xL'Rlvu lI1n'lr.vnr1 "5 xx I N - - +--nxgk, -cz '1 -115 -:A+ 2+ A . 'ETH AI ox rss, FRED NA 'MAE 111111211 KERRY, l..XYIlRI'l H' .lrlizlylull , KIMm.H. 'I'nrm.u I.o:'uiur -.qu I.Icsl.na. M.-xRr:AkE'l' . ., - Grand Prairir f , ' E N1.Xl.l5li, I.. I.. h 'xq' - . 5 llalrdlry b MAxI,12x', VV1l.M x V - Q 4 Loraznc .1 NLKXISY, EIQWARD V V , Rush Sjvriuyx, Ulcla, M.fXX'liS, Imax Loraf II 1' MEADE, Cmuma For! Iforlh W fs 'I ' A MCCOGL, N'1ERl.li Grand l'1'11iri1' Mcibwx. Dmunm' Forz' l,'Hl'fll ' IN-1Ci'Ll,1.m'lr, RAY f lffyllll IWCKISSICK, Oiwm .lrliltylon , Mmm. LHR!-Sl .WL Plwasanl NIIICI-Hil.I., M.-xkjmur 1.11 lllwrk Nw L, Qi 1 1 Q 4 X! l ! K i i l . . I X Mm 1 1-fm r, lfmwu I V K' ' A ' - l.'r1l1vlrurl1l w I . ' w1URR.w, H. ln. ' I -' A xv- "gQ?:i ., .Wm-L-4-f ' li Q: ' A ' X i - i Nl7NN'I0N, fI.ll'L': V " fl ag .11i.l1.,r1,ifw I 5 E , f-Lrg --f Ji-frfjf' 'It' D- f 1: 0-, A10 .J v-' .-f . 1-. f 45 ,..-... - ,,,--, C 'N-x Y. Y., .-.YYY I V "' Uv 'NFO U s f P Nxcxs Eucwm Dallas V Nonl,Es. LOUISE ". .1I'Hllflf0ll X' NOWLAIN, L. T. J '- 5 I . Q 'Sqn '1 .1 . PxU1e'r'1', FLUSSII4. Unrrix 11 u RA1l.u1f, I.. 17. llaxkrll Rmivris, Smxm' W ' Jllidlolflizzlz Rlcmumsox. VIOLFI Gram! Prairiw l'A'1'1l1RsnN, CI.liSlIY Jllrrkrl PAYNE, XVALTIER Dallas PERKINS. Tx XE II'1'5lll1'0 l'lcK1aNs, OLGA M1'A'iz1 POLLY. DELBERT Mr:-kr! PRINGLE, Coknsr Ilzorulnn .lflillfllllll I "1 V ' " 4 Y if , . Q Rmmm, Lnwrs "V , ' " X 2' :WL Plfllillllf J' ' ' ' . 4 SCHMLUQ, RL'nm,P11 V 4' .lfllllgfllll 74" ' Scuuxrlz. lim. Fur! l,,Ill'ffl K ., QW? SliXVlzI.I., Axxua , Q, .,!'iUl'il 1 Y Q i ""' S1.o,xx, Asus 4 f 5 San Salul , J, I K' ygljrf-x, yi ,kfxvhi ' 5312.17 if f iii 40 fi? V- x Y i s i , .1- Q 0 Sym u, jdsuvuma , f71A Ilclllzlx P Smrm, Km C. Cryxlqf Sfwrinyx, zlrjk. ' L SMITH, I,. P. Jrlinylon Svnuxsm, Ifanon. J!1'w1'll SPkLvl1al,l., RL"1'11 f1'U.L'1'ff S11-xcxs, Nu1,1,u5 Handley Swuf'r, Blum' . Fart Worllf Svvxx NEA, JAMES ll'fsIm'o T.AX'LOR, josam Far! ll'oHh v 9 ,2 R Pr ' "Ye, Q, 'Y . ,,A , .wg A V iff 9' ' 5' fi' ,fi .,.,,N h 'V A .,.- B . ' ff' f 5. V .N 1. ", , 1 'Qf ZNFQQ' I-1,-ST TLIUMAS, I. D. For! lf"m'll1 '11llR.XSH, RL 1 ll. D. .Irlinglnu . XRKKDE, DORIS .lflillflfllll VIUIURX, Nun. .lrfillgfinlz Wwzucx, Iklmuc ' linfhfslrr XV11li.x'1', Ilmuu Clmmz' Pruirir 2 XVALKER, Mmuus Fm-1 ll'or1h P xx'liI'l'l'xHEAll, S'1'u',x'R. .lflillflfllll XVUITEI-1UR5'l', TOM Furl lI'nrfh ,.11P--lj -.1 D-MA!-C! L- A -QI - lm ' "1 41 A-' V,-...fu , , . 4'!ffZ ' Q' tim ' N .9 'S ., 4' , S3 ' J -:Yr Q3 , ,. ,E g , X E ,X limes. J.: N1. TQI1 ,, 5 2 . . Q , .af Wnnsox, IVA LEE .-lrlingion , l XVxI.K1a, Lows " Fornry XVn.sox, Guo. Furl lforlh VVl1.sox, Umvnfk Irfvingf WILSON, VVo0nRoW 1I"'Z'1llgl XVILLIAMSON, CA'mERxxE .lflillflfflll XVu,l.1s, RAYMOND For! lff'orll1 XVINSTE.-XD, Huax Jl'fZL'f'ff b Ymuzokouuu, Luna S ragra-ws Dallax A .L Rumims, -I. V. A' A V ,xfflllfllif Q . Huuuw, K. T. 1 :-., 2 Sun .Inyrln Z , lI.uu'm', FRANCIS ' Q, llrlillylnn , Q' f' ' 'QW . . V , V! ' - nf' C RON'XUVhR, Nxxcx , . ' AYII4 mm , 'jul J K '1 'Q xvmmx,T.H. f W Sunil: llrmi ' SM111-1, I,UI.I,lF J . , ' Dallax '4 5' Umm. VI. A. A .11l'll1flli.Y BRXIHURH, M.xkx' ' s .lrlillgflnn I YAkl:lmL'r:u, 'Frm X te' ' 4 EN' A 'f ,,'1'.fll11'0 I x X f'APliR'l'0X. R. H. , 4592, 'F A D nzier ' fx ' a 'ia' PETFRSON, R. 0. A, I,1'.x'iJ1g1lrm ', , - W I WW' 'PAT fn, .-if-. 4, 1 5-xx!-5 -644855 SUBHCULLEGE W vf " K En. W f .s 'F u MEL , ,., Q, --Q Y Q 6' X -fs. '-:PH J, fi 'X is 4 S 5.1 V, J 1. B1zA'1'x', MADISON Grand Prair-if . BLAIR. VVITIX' .H Fnrl lforflfl Bmnc, Mixxsuu. Rm llI'.YfI'7' BRljMME'l'l', II.n'wnmm ' Grand l'rail'1ir Cuussreu, jonx .Warirlla 4 Cnxlmox, CLEO ' , Tlll'0l'A'Il10l'f0Il K' D R r . ., Avis, UT I ' ' A 'F 1 Q flrlingtrm , - if .N - A 2 Forum, Cm. 1 239' N. , -lr I 'S--:El Q 1' nfl ll'nrll1 Y - i Fmux, Hrrrms 1 . ' . A ' Y T1lff!l'I'A"'E'YHr' 53 D ,N F11 LLM V, GUY SllyLlr'f' , Gklzsxwoon, I". l'1. l'roJj1rr ' Huun, juli , E NI ary ' X B . 9 Ilm-'n-Mtw, Ifnmn Tifvnli jxcxsnx, GRANT .lrlingflnn .IOlNl:R. NVrann,-. , .lrlingflnrt Lmxn, Rgm' Q M1111.v.fif'l.1 ' 1 Luxxm, LESLIIQ ..1-. A lofwa Park X ' 1 X MAxsEx,l., PAUL, Rm flfffqfi S , - :. ,x"f..Jw.1'?'fi1n 4-KN-1 Uxkxc -:if 50 fix- - C A- A-fx. K Y x. Dv' X Y my , ., I -1 1 Q 4 'Q - NI.XRXYfJlbI5,..1. wi., , Ifnr'ffI'fI1l1I ,Agni . NEvII,I.Ia, CIEYII I V- Daffzu ' ' :rl H UKUM, -hw I If fftlffijllll L I PIxs'.f1'no14As fi L T ' ll'iIIh'rs y v Q fR.xxIm.xI,l,, PERRY if lfflllff SIIFFI-'Iu1.1g,Qllm1I-R ' Uri-gifs' , V If, V SWAIX, liurokn I it , , A ,, Bridglvporl ' , I I 3 ix 31. TFl'I'I.E. LAwuExcE , I' ii' E' M,-I-I-,-I TUCIQER, PM'I.Ixf" .'7I'Ii7lyf7Jf! .x jx ,J f , S "-fx , f , -- , A I . - A r ,KN .- -I: ,I -H ' Q 5 F' 'Qt X s- .. xx ' . -5 N K ,X 'xi 'ca Q , 5 . .,. . .TT I I .V 'QI M V , Q .I " 5275?-' ,X ' WIIIII.m. LUcII.I.s I , I ,Fort IIWII-rf, Y . ' XVIIFELEK, Rfllill Fort ll'I1l'ffl I , f L XVITIIIQRSI-now, CHAS Kfmjw XVII.I.Is, FAN Xue MAH .1lUIl5fif'lIi XVII.I.Is, HIRAM X I Furl ll'0r1l1 E ' Xvklfixl-IT, Sxnxm' I. I - Rnrheyfrg' f I I 1 I V A . YA'II:s, IDICK I Q ' -f Q lrlizzylmr V N . ' 2 . " Y.x'I'IIs, DIXIE L4 . 5 Q. V .-lrllnylmz ' ' , , 1 ,. - Yo.IRr'RI, NVII.I.Is ' I N, v b . A ffI:.'11rl: ' I 11lfW-1 Il D'X.lJ'u if .ggi gl FQ, U Q Pumo, Bmmson llrofwrzxfzdllf PA'l"lxHRSOX, Cumlax jI4'l'l'f I Russm., JACK Srassmxs, Cxur, IIN-Hx Ilzulwll SESSIONS, Cmnrs x1l'r1!: l.xRPr,r1v, Clmu XVAGGONER, joel. Grand Prairif Truxfoll Wnmek. NEAL ,xfalnmf YVYLIE, JETTIE Crdar Hill B.un.ux', MARY xlrlinglon BALL, CLAUDE ,lrlinglon FREEMAN, Rrzx For! lf'nrIl1 lII'1'l', HOYILR, JOSEPH Lnfzgfuirfu: C'1mnu,l2s San .llljlflll NT.-XAG, Oavxrm If"irhiIa Falls 33 gfxar"' , 9 I , r f A, 5 K X 'if fy . r--r'N-- U vxfv-0 C l Af- 1,-N, :W 517. I 'N 1 7 dimly Q V WT , g ,,w. L!! U X iffy- Hsu mm xl. Uma' lhss, I,Eox,um ' , lIullm'ilIr', Trxzls Pl'l1l'fil't:Il lil1'1ll'i1aI Fmployee Armour X Co. Boswau., N1ARQl.TI5 'I Ifmllf, Trxax COII1fl1l'7'fiHI Alrlx BRYAN, -I. VV, lfurf ll'nrIf1, Tfxns Praffiml Iflrrlriuzl Bell Telephone Employee BRUMME'I1'. Oxle lrl1.w'ul1', 'l'r.x'ru qfulo 1VI1'1lm11i4,f , A l'rusmIl, 7.l'.YIU ,lyrirullnrr liUsm'. Emu: Iflillflfflll, 'l'r.vn.v l.'nlll1'r1ful .lrlx Uxxxox, INIARY IfI,l.l4.N lrlinglmz. Tfxns Spniul C'l..uux, 'I'k.xvxs Il'uf'lJff, T1'.x'u,r Elfrfrizul Cu-of M:l,L:nnli:l Clzls Vu. lfmployee .-1 ,-KS-1 J 0-XJ.,-0 u Y '24 S+ H' X Cs Q nfl.,-x apm 1, C'oxl.mz,W1u.mM' - 4 lIr'rrlc4'11l'idgr, Tfxfas .luln llflflullifx ' Vowxx, Wlmvmm llaflas, Trxux f..IlIlllIll'l'I'i2d ,Irlx Ckrrrcrl, Osama NIAYNARD N1'i'1nf1l, T1'.l'll5 Pfllffiftll lflflffillll Fnmpluyee Fort VVm'th Power and Light Cn. x Enmxuurls. SAM v. - -an . .llilfnrJ, Trxcls .lql'f4'fr?f111'r 51' 'z 1 5 R X sql' ' YJ- lixxxxs, xVl:I.llllX ,lrqg,'f'lI, TfA'11Af f,vllfllIlIl'l'filll .lrla lin El.li, XVA1.r.Au, Furl ll'nrlf1, 7'f'.l'Il,Yf 'N 'ElI!lilII'l'ViIIff ' N I ' Cluvllak, Cll..xm's ll'f1rf'lfr. Trxrls i l.'nrnlnw1'fiul .lrlx n - KIYIX, Cfxnr. XV.ucxnx .1lm'Qfmll, Trxux Tqvn Yau' lfu-nf lilrflrifal Trxzl- and Plllifil' Rsxiluny CUIHIHIID ..1f U ,-,fx-. A--3+-M f' if 4 xl fx-wg,-u - - :af -- LL - 'IJJ1' V U if Loxrzmkli, Moss ' 1 -Eff" . , r . 'I lfimlnlll, Trxzfs Lflgricullzzrz' fig: A N -:L N. .V ,, NEECIE, joux A. I . . N ' 'v Ilnurr, Tr.w1,v Ifu1n1nrl'c'zuI ,Iris 5 ? . , - I NORw0on, O. I.. .Irliuyflnm Trxax Grnrral PIl"l'S. MARCUS Rwfl Oalx 'I'r.m.v Par! Timf Elrrlriml Eng. . R!-urs, NYn,1,1r Mui l'rw'l 1!'o1l!f. Tfxfzs f.'IHllllIl'flilll .lrlx Rmitxsoxj C. I.. lwawlf. Trxru lfnllllrlrmizll .lrlx Sanur. j. I". ' urks. Tw.x'1l.S l,'n111fl1f'1'aiul .lfls Swim. Ynu:1xl.x V rlillgflml. Tfxru fj1llHllll'I'lill! lrl,v r'ffX'v-1 -xl lm- ' W-1 50 If ir V fs 0 Ai ,,,, , ,,,,, 7,i,,,,,,,, i ii? ibr i v Ak QA 1,17 777 W 1 Q U V. 4 m X 1' 1 Siawxui, CIXIIE CECIL Dillry, Tfxas Guufnll Eleclrifity Vice-President of 'Cu-up Ciubg Reporter for Cnrnp. Cluhg Frigidaire Company, Dallas. Tklcn. Iivi5i.s'x Um11.ll'rufrir', Tfxas fj0llHlll'I'l'it1! .lrlx VAXMVEER, Emz.-xBE'rH .ll'liIlffl0!I, Trxas Grmval - VAucu.xx, 1N1Aumiuz'1' i Ihillax. Tvxas Gmfral x I I i . Y Yxzmixu, llvinio Q llaluma, Culfa Sprrial XVAc:f:r1Evax, Axxih I.nL' 1 i 1 , . 4 , 1 1 Grand Prarrif, Tizwzs fxfllfftlf i W . wr Q XVEVER, F. il., jk. 1 I . Nm: Bnslolz, Trxus i Clllllfllfflldl ilrlx Wiirmms. PAnu.i:E Dill Cily,0Hal10rl1a Cnrnrnrrrial .Iris 1 - V,-k, ,frn f-ffv 'Nfl :il Y 'Mila' D J YL fry-'rv-f-4: A' -+4i7++- Q n FINCH, JOHN S. lflzulfifld, TFXIIA' Par!-lim? .'Iflf'il'lll1llI'l' The Follege Farm, Arlington, Texas HALL. -Im-xx L.-XVYRENL'li llzlllsfilff-'. Tf3'l1S f:l'Ill'fllf Effzlririty VVESLEY, -IACKSUN C. lfrlls, Tfxax l"nrI-firm' Grlzfral .4grif11flur1' Flowerdale Farm, Dallas, Texas Yr1.1.'1'1's, Rm' A. Snllgfrr. Tl'.X'l1S Cn-np .'lfl!'il1llfllI'1' Yeatts Farm XVHITE, SAM ' . Nrnm, Trxax Par!-lim,",-Iyrifzzlizln' NOLEN, Guxaxve Boxn Yllllfif, T1'Xll.Y V, AIgfff11If11r1' Pmnmg Homes Kaufman, Trxa: .-Into Alfflldllilj jox-msow, COI,T.E'l'l' Bnnvrx Cr'anfill.r Gap, Tfxas , .-lyrimlturr J oxk,-0 x. -. 58 Ez-,.. Q Q, ri ,ff Psnex, CHESTER VV. Clark.n'illr, .Irk. Part-lime lilrrlriml Magnolia Gas Co. Employee EVEREH, Omx C. Canlorl, Trxm' f1l'lIl'ft1, Elwflririly Gnruxcs, H.uun,n Axmznsox Cofuingiorr, Texas Gfnrral Elf-rlrifily Xvoou, THL'xM.xN Aunupx' Richland Sprifzgls, Tm-as GI'7lt'fl1! Ef4'1'Ififily Cons, PERU O. -llUA'507l'7liUl', T1'xr1.f Puri-liruf Elfm-ilu! Fort VVorth Power and Light Co. Fort VVorth, Texas Mnsl,Ex', XV. -I. lx'fr1uil. Trxas I'1u'1-lirnr Elnfriral Armour and Co. lrfrnplnyee Nokxmx, Nmumnn ALBERT Fnrl lforfll, Trxas Grnrrnl Elrflrizily Southwestern Bell Telephone CO. Fnrt VVnrth, Texas ' liIRBY,. Enrzau ,UrKi1111f'j', Tr.w1.v Puri-lilnr .-lyrifzzllxnv' A F11 rf " l r sl fL,g-,fn L- - -are 59 +6- ff'X . . .C . NIIJLIL.. , M., 'U . , ' Q I 9 ?f lf-z X ,I 'Q Dnnsnx, Iinwxx .luwxmcs Furl ll'arIh, Tf'xu.r lfn-np Elrrlriml P. M. liratten Cu. Pkmm-.Y, Ilrnmcl-1 Kllllvflllllll, 'Texas slum J1l'lAlII1IIil'.K VVr1'lm1Rm', TRLfE'1"1' ljfftlfllf, Twxcu Puri-linn' .:Ifll'iI'lllllH'l' ZAKIICEK. JOSEPH llnlland. 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X , f l 5 The fzrst zvhzrtle of the ff "w".:f - ' 5 firxt football ganm or 'Yr ' . , . x 'Qi 'f .4 5 5 W gmuzfs ihe 'flgynf ,K a. 5 . . A- H 1 -Ng Spirit. U , 1 I! ,""',' V 'V ly , , ' "- .K - , W, x.. 5 'fa ' x. J 1... V42 X - .' .4 ,L I ' is 'O E, if ,A V w f L ' X I . f , . ' Jff' Y 5-b N 12a-1 ' ,X . X x e . My 5271. XL!! ' xufi y. A 'Q'-4. 'Air x 1- J..." .. .V .J H . , y 5 -A ,fa"- . fff 4 1 an .J ' 21 qw " b- y , ' 43 a ' 'ir -'H ' f -:-ff' f '3- . x X- . :A titer, ,!.. X - .J I -t 1 -yr,x...1p 'U ' F ggi' .N 15:31 ggi' :X s 'bfggdxii , if 1-1-1, '4 a :mu N WFT v. Ax The "Fighting Hornets" were glorious in llnfffllff theirs is the 'virtnry of prizzrifrle. J'-yr' A' X . q . 4 at 'N ,I 'll -in I .Xen n vuilfs K5 Q 2016 XR - v, 5'x'1:X,xxQ X 3, N, wkw 3 fx , . f 4 " -'Ja rlggie S perial arrives on time with no msualties. There is zz hot time in Steplzen-ville when the Aggies and the Exes gm' togeiher. 751, 1 ' aff- 5 g. Q 555 ff ,??,f,5f,'ff1:???gf"- ff-7g,H,.' '- -' -- 'B :Wi 711, . nl-Z,-'f.'rfi'..'F,3, : XM? u '-,-A335152 iw.: 2' fri: 'f ?Qf'.f:f'fkFs hg.jfn F!-rohervfe V lf. 2142519314 ' ,ww wwf ., ,,,-. , . f, -5365112 iq, "iif'f6ff'A' y "4Kf5aw:A?rm5W Freddie Bo-v's Hl0'Ul' nest." flfe and my son, John. The Original Basin' Brouw- Hasiell Colnltyfx' Corn Club. ..,,,a-.5 lj sf! . V ,K flliss Pauline' lfhrrry. National Girl Smut Lmzlvr, Dr. Barker, I71ff'fllIlfi07lfll Romrian, and C. I. fl. musir' stu- ffffnts hnfvf' bren uw!- mmz' gzzvslx nf Ihr rnllrgv. W A . --... fllajur Gcfneral Hinrx and his staff inspect the Cadet Corps. Their rl'- port cfuidenily satisfies Lifulcnant Lauxvon and Dran Davix. Y -.ii .ll Mlf7'3'fn f T. ,13- " 3? 3' .sz K ,.. , ,-. ., .5 1.1 . LfQ"yY1x'..., , . .. ., Wh wr X ' 25.1 x 2s4S?'f"t, , Yagi. EA. M4 ll gl . Il alll I COLORADO lffhfn the mountaineers rome home, there will be a hot time in the olrl camp. 'ix Xu ,W-N: ,,.: 2. v. -.rv . IM x 49.-x fibiif. ,R , -A ',1f"' ,,,. . . 'f z ."" ' i-5 r"?:f 1 Vg 2 f wg , .X A.-Maha, x L ' W ' 5. . ' V . .1" . 4 -9- It ,l "Q, 'W' . l ' . X ' is. igfffv: vi ,J 3 L J, ,' 1' . A KH - b I 5, u CAMP GRIPE Who said, "If: alwayx fair weather when good fellows get together?" -Q r ,li ax, 1 .M 3 . '4 41 w-J "'5'-flilw 1 .4 ' W.. fan! 1-I me .gh .ne x Nulhing at N. T. fl. is loncly but tlu' 3'lll0kL'Iflll'k 21 53125 A 1 C. -16. qs A V 315 bf.. .lf-I' WSJ. like 5 .45 . 6:12515 J? f' 173151 ' Q .f..vf."1 .- x -F , s . :kg .'Y.9.,.,,13,g X L 'x- '-1' X 1 I .1-X S 'sf "--' 5, N I K , ' if X y y . dur, ,, V- ,1',s A'7.- j r 4 13 ' ., . ff 1' ,al - " .f ,Maki d 1 . ' 'rl 'aft-W -. x . - A 4 1 .. . -, i -,.... ,ii Q. .- 5, Q.. V V 1. , E --xg . . ,, v..., . ,W " ":- 1" - " A' - x ' -549' I ' 3?-fiigfeliiwm . A-Wsfzi 45'2f""? " Qc fiffw ' , V ,-1 1 ' . .' - '. "' .N g, 253 'l " N'5' . rg-YH ffl A-V 3 A ul.. t if Snou' on the day school rloscd for Christmas added zest to Aggie spirii. I . ' A I :mx J ,ij ,H+ -X ,, fm: dun -I ,h .Q Q I v 3 :- Wav: ' K - :LP s v 1. ' - . a Q Q , 1 - .4 ' Q- Hx- A. "ff-. -V '-' Q ' .Y-' " R . - ,gi j I Aff-'-'D di-T-49' F-xx . IIA-0 I - -X ,Q .. . 655' , L YQ 1 Retreat Parade features Jllilitary Life on the Campus on one Sunday of earh month. - 1"Xx33"53'3??5N'Si35 ' N-Wil'--f. . ' -1 - ' ' , X ' I .z5f53.Qifg5g':'i 53 'fu . - X?Q'fif4S9aR1iXKeS?,i?T:E:?Q- . g?!b5f:11M - . .- ., P fi:sv-'f515it'1EL'?e?-T.5 'ifaxbf 'QAQYQ xii i? Eff ' ' ffg 1 V --' mffxizfg :Rex - A '?f'iQ9 - ' , 5 V2 fim- ,,-.- - 4 ,, , fi-ay 53 - v X 5' 2 New-.51 . ffl 1 1 V 1 ' V' 4 4 . S F56 "B 5 ' - v ' 2- fi .. A i 1 f '4 4: N-".. ' - ' . , " . . KM xx . - ff, x 1 - Q A 'fvxf-'Q 1 'XE 1 . .W 1 - 5-1 'vs A. .-A sci. . . f W X . 41 .afgv gqgyg ' I . N FV.. 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Ri, 1-, A ' 1- W ,Q . W- K -. - 3,9 Q., Rv", ,, M E - -qisf, ' 5'1"Yf'- -xxx -q ' on-., j ax "v4ffx.'.z, Y , A ' Ai "ww-.4 -'fb-' K ' A , , ,vvv 4- ---f-ffvv, -,, 'fx ,sl w bf X ':, -541'-ffy -g.3Zy:v' ' .1.i1.,mfSQsf1S,el1ff5. .mQf.Q -V 1 v-. S 4 5 2 4 x . .s bf WI' fl! 'ix rf'f4', . Q- .A In , '. .E .:z" 1 11.151, ' , "'yfg:gf'1g- ik' 3-,I wg A .1:. :-'iw-' Z. - A ff- X ma - A 'a.,v,, . , ,,x v-Q' . , 91745 ,fgfsfii . +. T -f A,.' ,W A' ' f 1 'ff' 'R fi ' .4 X .n ' 1-E 6' 4' ax i ' ' win ' 1-,A X .- . , q i -Qi. ,q -Jef 4 ng ,, -,' ,eggs m .L .. 3, d in, I 1 uk, ,V-A . r xt 29 wh, - Q 1, I 5. .mfs ,. wa- ,, X 1-.-uv 1' fx-'QNIQP' fb , Q s la- 'BIZ On Fish Day the slimes afrpenred befrefklezl, br- 1lrrkf'1l, and befuddfezl -but when the Dean saw them Hwy were lu'- -zc'il1lf'rf'1l. bavrattererl, Illlll bvlnurlzllrd. 5' , is 'I si A if-1. L ff : ,QQ A 2 :Exif ...nl ""'? They mul' my that the nlzl dygizav ".li11't got no style." .1 style xlmzc' u'a.v strzgwl by the 1101116 Ermzomirx Club: 111111 the Chorzzl Club -was fl'lll1.Yf0l'll1!'ll into Il 'zfexfrzl rlmir. W'e'll admit this basket- ball team is made of chirlvns, but we u'on't admit they foul. No, Dirk, Coarh i.m't maxi: but he was before he got like this. Jud who knows marc' about the "lo-vc' ganu"' than our Captain? HQ: 1 21' " ' fi I no ,N . urn pn In n ...A na The :lggir ro-mls' arf' not lagging. Ifith pleniy of rrlrhrts 111111 toothbrush .vmilex they will develop physimlly at least. K. as 8 .-0 gse.wmmf,fmm1f5g .ffsifffg-2 'i'K:i.i. ind, . 1 F ' 2' 9 mx? X ' ' - Ns".-1 , ig:-N x ,L ,f-. ' "I 81,1 ' wk ..g 1,-us .. .,,. . . ,A -,.,.-1, ,451 5532-, ,-wwf ..,g.!,f -s, .- .- Q S fexeiffi "A E ' ' -un :p.4f,,:f'f+ lf Wir A x' 4 A The Battalion, ful bj thc' Color Bmrrrs, fm- rafffx on 11 Iilitzzry lfalk v KI' l fl-f 'I".F"'J'XF7"1!' V Y'-flfff-'a"'f L- "C Ei 9 :wif v?Mf -r,. V.. Sz ff. ff. .r"fVu?f ..u ...x ' 1 as 34 "v'wvv8'.!'..q-.,...,...- ' ----fear ' if-, --1 -?' ' vu-.. . HET1jfMlk2,S Jax .4 "!.." i ' ,Q , W ,4 , , ' w. '- e-3444, ff'l.'2i'F,' if -' 1 55.1.- College spirit radiates from Fish Hall, Assem- bly Hall and the Dean's Residence. ' f 3FY"1v54K'1?'l'wAG!'!.6h1E-YUV1Sf4lfV5f5l!1ilJ Ill' II mn - l 1--'51 I-IH Qll - 'i P33351- 'Qw A -111- ska-.-.:::: llli I IPYYIIQ r'-V 4 avi' - . , 3 WA A " :hail Q 'Q 4 -4 WN OIL' I1N1f.,Dll,5'T'Px.9'1' Ll' U' ' f - ' ' V f '-1 Q 1 ll- .I IQ fr-' M ? A A 1 1 P. -- jj K XJ' ,T 'flf ii, Li W 1' 'W P -,4, MHLIHAR I4IEL'TEN:XNT RLYTLEITG Profl'xxm' of .Ili To LiCllfC'IlIlllt R. M. Lux military discipline. and Cnurte instructors in N. T. A. C., Military Sevtinn nf the ,Iuninr 4' E M. Lxwsox, INF. KD. O. L.J litary Svizvzm' Illlll Iwllffitij' won, rn man whose ideals of fellowaliip, sy have made one of the most popular we do ZIffC'Cfi0lIIlfCij' dedivnte this, the Aggie. fL1f'f-v U D-XA,-G L iii QI ilk 4- f' A C.xPT,x1x FRED li. NORRIS Ihnznlzzmlmzt of Crulvts l'-fb? 5-fx?-P J DX-j,,0 -D -b ea 92 ' s .-f ix .fx ,, ,Av-A ' "iI----lil! Q mf 5' Q 5 IN1AjnR H. T. TYIOXIPSOX ISI' I,r. W. 'I'. XVla.xwu f:0lHII7l1l1A1iIl!l liullalimz Iiatlalinn ,lxijllfllllf O. Ii. lluoo zxn I,'1'. M. Dmcwnzm JACK NHWMAX Srfymrzt .Uajor lsxigffmi lo Conzpmzy .1 Ifnlor .N'rrg1rar1l ,-JN7, ,--7 ' 'U-WAIJ1 -fi 931 1.- .- ,v 'iii ,A vb- . . flfL1fj..U , C. CRACK COMPANY W ' g'h1l'll'll"ll'Il ll ll ' ' 'll l'll ll'll I' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' - 'll' 'll ll ll'll - I 1' ' I ll Il ll ll ll ll Il Il ll'll'lh1 .ulllllllllllllllilllllllllllil 'lllllllllulllllllll!ll!lllllllllllllllllhllll!ll!lL' HIC CR wk CoAl1'.xNY, made up of eighteen men from Company A, ten from Company B, :intl twenty-six from Company C. was connnaniletl by Klnjor 'lilioinpaon with the able assistance of Cziptziin Colemzin, meeonil in connnzinml, :intl of lst I,t. lfortl, lt-Quit-14 of tlie first platoon, anal of lxt l.t. Swift lemlei' of tlie second platoon. This. no elonln, was one of tlic best ilrilletl eonipzinies tlmt ever 1'epl'efentetl X. T. A. C. in tlie competitive mlrill :it tlie Texan State Fair. As tlie companies passed in rexiew. the line. the uniforms of the czulets from . .. N. T. A. C.. zinil the zippezirzince of the eompanv C.w'1'.xiv IIIHMPSUY I V , ' won tlie prznse of tlie juilges. The officeis in elizirge iliil their best to win tlie contest both before and during :lie umnpetition, but ilne to the lack of time in training, they iliil not have ll elmnce azgznnmt tlie other seliools wlio ilrillt-tl more lionrs per nlzly tlmn N. T. A. C. ilrilleil in gi week. Ni-xx-i'rl1c-laws, tlie fine spirit of the company reflected creilit upon tlic officers wlio trznneil it :intl the nn-n who were trziineil. fxtpl. llmiiipxon 1.5 141- II, I' lforil ,fnil Ll ll, Swift l-l l,l, ll Colt-111.411 t U Lxvlfli 0f-x TKXTT tiki,-0 L- iyhila- T- CRACK COMPANY PWI'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'lI'Ill'Il"ll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'lf'l dhIlllillllllllhllll!ll!lllll!ll!ll!lllll!.lI!ll!llllllllluillllllllll !n!ll!ll!ll!ld'1 C.-XPT. H. T. THoA1PsoN IST LT. DEE COLEMAN, zxn ix Co,xixi.xxn IST SERGEANT XV. T. XVEWER lgL'GI.ER jofm Goiznox FIRST PLATC DON IST LT. H. P. FORD Bl'2lIltlClll3ll1'g, V. Kimble, T. Blair, sl. F. ' Lanier. VV, llurress, R. Neece. J. A. lirummett, O. Newnmn, bl. Barron, Rupert Riddle, E. L. Coley, G. Smith, QI. F. Duke, A. B. Spence, NI. P. Ferguson, J. F. Schutts, B. Giegling, C. Smith, H. C. Garland, RI. XV. Yvilson, Geo. VIKSI 501- W- T- Wli-Wlik XVood, H. IJ. SECOND PLATOON ' 2XD LT. BILLY SWTFT 5huCkeHm,d' E. Boswell, RI. Howard, D. llontmziyor, HI. Sheffield, H. Brummett, O. VV. Houston, T. E. lXIcGee. C. A. Thomas, L. C. Barrow, VV. E. Hargrares, A. Norwood, O. XVnlker, RI. Casey, C. jackson, R. T. Payne, NV. XVngoner, R. S. Dunsworth, T. jack. XV. Polley, D. XVilli:ims. H. tl. Ferguson, HI. Kuykendall. R. Reeves, E. XVhitehin'st. T Greenwood, F. Lindsey, NV. li. Seigler, A. XVillis, H. Cn wi: Cuu mx V 4--HN-i . .gil UQ :.:.. U N iliggfl occ 5 i' U cu COMPANY A LAI-II-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-Ilull-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-I l-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll- :ll-ll! Ill I as I'u1lillallillallillillilliIlillilI:II:II:IIElllill:ll:ll:ll:Ilsllilliui:s'll:ll':l"l:':PEW OKIPANY A was the first military unit organ- ized when military training was introduced into this educational institution. The personnel of Company A still contend that it is first in regard to leaders and performances. Captain sl. D. Cole- man is commanding officer of the company of forty men. Captain Coleman has had two years' ex- perience as a commissioned officer: and when he was a sergeant, he was voted the most efficient man in the battalion. ist Lt. AI. E. Cearley is second in commandg 2nd Lts. llaurice Uorward and J. B. Hearne have made outstanding records in both military and scholastic performances. The honor C'.xi"i,xix i'oi.ifM.-is . . V . of lst bgt. belongs to lxelym Uorward. Figures show that Company A has records of which an organization would be proud. To date Company A has won four of the seven months for having cleanest and most attractive rooms on Saturday morning: two fi1'st places for the best line at Retreat Paradeg second place in the battalion for guard mount: second place in the hattalion track meet. This company furnished eighteen men for the Crack Company. cleyen stars in athletics. and three men for the Rifle Team. The worthy boys of this company reside in Fish Hall. This is the outstanding building on tht campus. lt is both home and playhouse to its occupants, Company A. l.ipt lnlrviinii l-I l.l lezirly I-1 l,t ll, I' lord Jnil l.t. rl. li Ili-:irnc a I+ r11fX7'v J vxfcfn v - -ill mph fz- - f?if'Y - f-.ik ivy Q ff H Dgiisifg WHL.: COMPANY A I n ll II-II-ll-II-lI-ll-ll-ll'll-ll-ll-IIIIl.ll ll-ll"ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll In 4 ii - S I I I I S I I I S C I I I I I S I I Z I S S I Q I YD Lug!lelllll-ll-IInllnllnllnII-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-lfl-ll: I.ll!IIllIllIll!!llllllllllllllllllmua CAPT. DEE CoLm1,xN IST LT. J. CE.-TRLET IST. LT. H. P. Form zxn LT. M Doaw.-nan zxn LT. -I. Ii. HEARNTQ IST SGT. li. Ilokwxkn liird, YV. S. Kimble, T. XV. lirummett, O. Lanier, WV. ll. Brnnimett, O. VV. Longmire, -I. KI. Casey, C. lllaxey, E. E. Casey, N. F. lllontfort, F. E. Cl'lCS59f. ,l- VV' IXIUVWY- H- U- Fncsi Sm. K. lirnnxixim Corse, C. H. Nec-ee, tl. H. Cowan, H. H. Newman, bl. Stephenson, N. l'. Cruee, C. T. Newton, C. A. Swain, li. Dewitt, sl. Pardo, F. H. 'l'zn'pley, C. S. Dunswortli, T. Pulley, D. R. Tittle. L. C. Evans, XV. C. Ratliff, L. D. XVelle1', N. Fuller, L. T. Reeves, S. S. lVeve1'. Hoskins Hitt, C. Riddle, E. L. XVheeler. R. S. Hood, xl. Robinson. C. L. XVilkie. L. A. Hoyler, LI. D. Sheffield, H. ll. xxllllllllllx H. DI. jackson, E. YV. Smith, -I. F. lVood, H. ID. jimmerson, E. -I. Roberts fa v xi VA N Y A 'lf!XfTV A -fl P17 52- - ., Z an ry- - , L--,M Agni D D W s r ' COMPANY is 11'II-II-Il'll'n'll'll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-II-ll-ll'l 'Il'll'll'll'll'lI'll'll'll"ll"lfW L"al!ll!ll!ll!lllllllllllllllllil ElI!!l!llElil'll!ll!l:!ll!ll!ll!ll!llllllllillllllllllnna NOTHICR year has passed and the prestige and 1 reputation rightfully gained by Company ll, 1926-'27, has heen faithfully upheld by a group of men who can 'Stand at Ease" and do "Squads Right" as well as any who have seen service on the Aggie drill field. Among her personnel she num- bers several men who helped make such an enviable pf! record last year. l,lI11ll'll'l'Ql1 Hall is the home ot Company li. The campus boys have set the customs md traditions of these new quarters for Company Ii men in the years to come, in a most characteristic and hehooring manner. Company I3 has been well c,M,IHX SMU represented in all of the military activities of the year, namely the crack company and rifle team. and her men have sliown up exceedingly well in all hranches of military life. For a captain she has the man who carried away the honors in the contest for the best drilled man last year and her first sergezuit was the runner-up in this same contest. The principal feather in Company lfs hat was earned when a very crcditahle and remarlcahle show- ing was put on hy the men when the corps was review hy General Hinds. At this review Company ll drew the favorable comment of General Hinds. In another branch of :lctixities the boys from Lindbergh Hall again came across with a well- erirned victory in the hattalion track meet. ln competition on the drill ground and the athletic field, at Retreat ljarades and Reviews. the boys of Company B have shown versatility. ahility. cooperation. loyalty. and above all sportsmanship. 1.11-1 Surf! Is! lit .l, lf XYt.'nti Intl l.t 'lf Smile full Lt R. 1' llarrnn 6 N I r fa ,-,A+ ' ix--nxt, s -is H Q Q COMPANY B l CAPT. B. SVVIFT IST LT. -I. XVE.-XVER 2Nn LT. XV. NVE.-WER zxn LT. R. C. BARRUN IST SGT. I7. BUTLER Barron, Rupert Luttrell, Al. F. lleuty, lll. ll. lNIcConibs, Alwyn Boswell, KI. G. lIcCull0eh, R. Burress, R. Klang, O. Carpenter, C. H. lleier, L. G. Christopher, ll. YV. Klorton, C. Condron, C. ll. lllonteniayor, KI. Edwards, S. XV. Norwood, G. E. Etheridge, V. VV. Norwood, O. Evans, I. F. Patterson, Clesby W M Q Eaag, Noel Patterson, Comer FIRST hmm' D' BUHM Fitz, D. V. Perkins, T. A. Ford, G. A. Pike, O. T. Spence, J. P. Gentry, Elbert Pringle, C. Swinnea, XV. il. Green, -I. L. Randall, Al. P. Taylor, -I. VV. Greenwood, Fred H. Reeves, E. B. Vizeaino, Ovidio Harlan, VV. J. Richardson, C. B. XVilson, Geo. Huffman, E. Seales, Tom lVitl'1erspoon, L F Lennen, C. L. Seigler, A. O. lVagoner, R 5 Lindsey, YV. R. Smith. H. C. XV1llliCl', ll ll Spears, NV. R. lVillis, H f'nxfP.xNx' T2 f-vfxr-v ' -54 17,17 gif' ' - M u Us f P P COMPANY C e - ' I- I ll' ' l'll' l'll'll'll'll'll' "ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'l" IPJEEHEIIEEIIIIIIIE llllllllllll 'lllllllll IlllllllllllI:ll:IIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIE-D: Cwrxix Iiwiii. ness of Company C were due to OKIPANY C is made up of cadets who live off J the campus. This company made an excellent showing during the past year. To begin with she furnished twenty-seven of the sixty-four men in the Crack Company which represented the college at the competitive drill at the Dallas Fair last October. The Crack Company was made up of the best drilled cadets in the college, and the fact that twenty-seven were taken from Company C proves that these men were well-trained. disciplined soldiers. Captain Ewell was the company commander at the beginning of the year, but he was transferred to the staff at mid-term. Lt. Ford was placed in command of the company and was continued in command throughout the year. Lt. Ford was a very efficient officer and drill instructor. He was the First Lieutenant, second in command of the Crack Company. The accomplishments and suc- the efficiency and ability of these two officers and their assistants in giving instruction. 'llhe next thing that this company did was to furnish eight out of the thirteen men on the rifle team, which is an excellent percentage. The five highest scores were made by members of Company C. lVhile the cadets were down on the range making the highest scores, the men who stayed on the drill field carried off first place in the guard mount. Since the guard mount is a very difficult drill, this accomplishment is most commendable. 'llhe members of Company C are proud of the record they have made. They hope that the future Company C's will take this Company as an ideal and strive to iccomplish as much in the time to come as Company C has accomplished, 1927-'28, lap! I-,will lsi l.l ll li Xliilliaiiis I-i l.l l XYlnlilr 1nrll.t rl, liry " .-KN1 J t .L fzixk,-0 v -al iz - ' 2. Ilill I . U 'X F jj QUE' 1 COMPANY C Al-ll-ll-ll-ll'll-ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll-ll ll-ll-ll-Il ll ll ll ll ll ll li 1 n ll u l n ll l IIIIIIEIIIIIIIII " Lunl- . . .I ull- .ll.ll.ll.ll.ll.ll.ll.lil!ll!ll.ll!ll.ll.. l.. . . . -ll-I C.u'T. XV. Ewrsu. IST LT. H. C. XV1i.i.I.-mls ZND LT. Ll. FRY 2Nn LT. C. VVHITTLE IST SGT. Barr, J. E. Barrow, XV. F. Bellamy, sl. U. Blair, AI. F. Blair, XVirr R. -Ionxsox l'l:11'g11':1ve, A. J. Houston, T. F. Howard, D. jack, W. G. if x Brandenburg, V. K. jackson, R1 T. T78 Brummett, E. H. Kuykendall, R. H. ' Coley, G. C. Little, -I. E. gm Dickerson, RI. E. KIcDuff, YV. J. 1594? Uouthitt, jack lNIcGee, C. A. F M gil R H U Duke, A. B. Kfoten, YV. U. IRM im' 'lmlxbox Elliott, D. Payne, NV. H. Ferguson, J. F. Ray, E. Ferguson, BI. Schuttts, Bill Freeman, R. B. Shackelford, -I. E. Garland, VV. BI. Thomas, L. C. Giegling, C. O. VVaggoner, J. F. Griffith, E. E. XVare, L. Hall, H. TNI. YVhitel1urst, T. F. VVoods. Tyson .F 2. Qs L'ux1I'.xN x C l"'YfX!T! 3 f -4 ml la-- ,, --, i , P--Ts V- U, -fjn -9. -- -' .tug N- sr- U . Y ad XV4 Tc A ld X1- BA N D gu4l:ll'll:ll:ll' ' I ll'II:IIEIlillillilliljlillallill' l"ll"Il:lI'1l!llill:ll'll"ll"lP:P l.ll!ll.ll.ll!lllll!ll!ll..ll.l nllnllnlln il ll-ll ll!ll!ll!ll.ll! I ll I .ll!ll!ll!la..s HICX thc hziiid first :isseiiihh-rl this ya-ur. it was fniiiiil that ai iiizijrwity of thc forty IT1i'IUl'll'l'5 xi'ci't' fu-sliiiwii. Duc to thi- uhh' lcziih'1'- ship of Culfmiivl lfzirl 17. Irons :mil tht- williiigiicss of the hxiiieisiiivii thc' Orgzuiizatimi was somi roiiiiihwl into shzipc' fm' Il most zictirc yczir. Om- of thc first trips of tht- your wzis iiiziih' whvii thc' hziiiil plziymi iii Uzilhis :it rho Fziii' Park ehiriiig tht- Staitc Fair. Iii :uhlitiriii to this thc hzinil iiiziilc trips to the Stock Show :it Fort YVrirth, Polytechnic High School :it Fort XVurth, Collcgc of Iiiihistrizil Arts :it Us-ntmi. XVcst Tcxzis Clizunhcr of Cmiiiiicirc Coiiwiitimi :it Fort XVorth, :md the Ifzist Texas Chzunbcr of Com- iiicin- L'oiix'i-iitioii at Gweiivillc. The hand pre- ci D . . V , . U I Hx Hmm sviitcil il rziiho concert over station Ixl'QB :it Port 'irth and 1'c'ccix'cii iiiiiiicruiis COl1gl'Ilflli1ll'iUl1S hy lvttrr :mil tvlvgiwliii not only from 'vis hilt m:iiiy iii-iglibmiiig stntcs :is wvll. I-i l.l lx I, Iliiiiiii ' ' ' -iiil l,i I lnpi Isl Ll I, linux Lip! lhirlsuii . 1 V .-.A W ,-KN-. u--4:1XA,,-o--4,-- -' :lf Ally' i i i I 5 H i Q O ' all---IB Y ' BAND Ddl-ll-ll-IIIIIIIIIll-ll-ll-ll:ll-ll-ll-ll- I ll ll ll ll ll ll ll u ll ll ll ll ll L 4 rr I I I Q S I S Q C I - 1 I I I 1 1 I I I I I I I Z I 1 v dl-ll-ll-llnllnllull-ll-ll-ll-I .ll..ll.ll. lilllllllllll' l!ll!ll!ll!u!ll!ll!ll!lIll' C.XI'T. M. Iminsimx wr LT. bl. If. Caiaifcx' zxiv LT. -I. E. CREEQY A zxn LT. .I. Pom IST SGT. QI. Cltmizimtix Altmzin. KI. Horton, R. If. Atkins. R. R. Houston, QI. R. Bagwcll, T. R. Hudspt-th, XV. Rall, R. C. -lzickson. Cirzuit Redford, D. R. .loiiwix XV. RI. Biglcy, C. L. Kcrby, L. T. Brziboy, R. KIcDfm'cll, S. Bragg. H. HI. llzuiscll, A. P. Coulee, YV. Nowlziin. L. T. FIRST 501- J- Gflkvfw Cooper, XV. 0. Perkins, YV. F. Covington, Hzirmuii Russell. -I. Cox. H. P. Sussions, C. U. Wvzulxcck, KI. R. Ditto, RI. NV. Sessions, C. PI. YVIM-ut. H. I"0wler, G. R. Smith, L. P. XXYHSOII, O. U. Gregory, C. L. Smith, XV. S. Hvilsruii, NV. Hcmmle. L R. Thfmms, ll. U. Yates, Dirk HAND, LONCIRT Iwvmnxrlox 1--ff 1-ffxrit 1--1. --Q --okxgfo W-I .-f .1-L.- ' 'At We 11' -Q xx v-1.1-K ,-e130 U anrmewellll I EFORE the beginning of another Fall session. my tour of duty ' as Idrofessor of hlilitary Science and Tactics at North Texas 1' Agricultural College will have -drawn to its conclusion and I if' ,-fl shall have departed for one of our Foreign Service stations. I -' Ere I go, I would indeed be suppressing a natural desire did I 'li' I not seize this final opportunity of addressing a few sincere words of farewell to all whom I am leaving behind. First of all, let me say that my associations during my four years at the college have been most pleasant and cordial. The Dean and other college officials have been sympathetic and earnest in their desire to help me upon all occasions and have given freely of their counsel and their aid in solving the many problems pertaining to the successful administration of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Any progress which the Corps has made during these years should be attributed largely to the spirit of helpful co-operation which every member of the faculty and staff of the North Texas Agricultural College has shown towards the hlilitary Department and its program of instruction. And now to the students of our college I address these last words. I wish for each of you a long, happy and useful life, with Love and Contentment always in your heart as you travel along the rough highways of Experience. llany of you will fail to gain the height which the world calls Success-a Success measured in terms of wealth or fame or power. Hut if Success means so living your life as to gain and retain forever the love and confidence of those who know you best-if it means to be deserving of the respect of friend and foe alike-if it means being true to your highest ideals and to that still small voice within you which is called Conscience-if Success means these things, then I hope each one of you shall find Success in great abundance. Your thoughts will revert often to these college days for they have been happy, fruitful and profitable days, short in the passing and lingering long in the memory. But remem- ber that for you even better days are just ahead, and prepare to live them fully and wiselyg determine to meet each new problem of Life with a cheerful confidence in your ability to win the things that are best. And should any of you ever chance to think of me, my most sincere hope is that you remember me not merely as an officer of the Army sent by the lVar Department to carry out its policies as best he knew how, but that you will remember me mostly as a friend who has shared some of your own experiences. as one who sympathizes with you in your failures and defeats and takes pride in your attainments and your successes. Sincerely, R. M. LAWSON. Ist L1.Inf. KD. 0. LJ P. JI. S. T. f-KX-rig -1 D-XA,-u t, - al 104 he I- C? O 1-.-X Q -Q, 1.1 , "' 3-' ,...v+ , 'RQ' 7-'SN .iv ' -S 'fa ,,, ' 1233-'C MP fi ,C 35" .iff A ' f' 1 f' 'A 'Q ' WW ii VT-ff Yi :3'f A K A -" 1:3 9. we 2 ' Eff f 53 wi' ,' ' , , , 31 1 dv 1' 1? 3 f, . 1 x V J Eff Sm' Q W Lfpylj cu 1 V V i7 U ATHLETICS 1 '- fm wtf" Y'w',5.-as , . L - X , 1' 1...,.-L ii'L..!h.ufL.w...:.-rn..-L K ' .2 .4 " " ' " ' 7' 9' if , A T12 arf gf X V jf -'ff Q XM X L 1 11 f 1+ Un ' O J Ami UOTBAL L QC V ,APU U ATHLETIC COMMITTEE "I'lI I' I II'I ' ' ' I'I 'I 'I i :I 'II'I I II II II Il II II II II II'II' F1 -1- IIIIIIIIIII l-l--------- I EilEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIlllllllllllllllllllll-II-IKE!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIEIIEIIEIIIIIIIIEIIEIIEIIIIL-nd HE .ATHLETIC CU.XI.XlITTEE is composed of Professors Preston, Kiber, Summer- hill, Rawls, and llloore. The function of this committee is to determine the general policies of the athletic department, to make such general regulations as are necessary, and to render such recommendations to the faculty as they deem expedient. This body authorizes the calendar of competition in all sports, makes awards and gives lette1's to distinguished athletes, and acts as the official representative in the State -lunior College Conference. PR ISSTUN K1 RER SL'.u.u1zRH11,1. Miss RAWLS RIOORE 1, ,-KH? Q vxxfv L - eff 108 fi? -- ffk k THE COACHES - - - - I'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'lll'll"ll"ll" I'll'll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll'll-urn L23:IIIl:I2:IlllEllllllllllIllIEIlllllllhlililllllllllllll!ll!ll!ll!lllllllllllilllllllfs HE 1927-'28 athletic year presented many honors to N. T. A. C. due to the fine cooperation and the combined efforts of the coaches. Coach "Red" hloore trained a football team that carried the Blue and VVhite to many a victory. On the basketball court' he sent a quintet through an undefeated season. YV. L. Hughes, the mentor of baseball, produced a team that would have taken the championship but for an error in schedule. The track, tutored by C. P. Rumph, distinguished itself at every event in which it participated. Not only has lllrs. VV. L. Hughes, the director of physical training for girls, aroused enthusiasm and spirit among the girls in her department, but she has directed many "between-halves" that aroused that "ole fight" in the Aggies. After the regulars were chosen for the football team, "lN'Iajor" Dunsworth organized a second squad, the Bees. By persistent work they intercepted good scores for N. T. A. C. and received valuable training for 1928. Mooizs HUGHES Ilmzl Coach rilssistrzrzf Conch RUMPH MRS. HLYGHES DUNSWORTH 11J'.YiXfl1I1f Conrlz Uirfx .lthletirs Serorzrl Tenn: Coach 1-KN-1 f-A fl U-X,Qf-U L- -, szf 109 Eiga..- wx K THE 1927 SEASON Results of Football Games N. T. A. C. , , .,.,... 8 Terrell Preps .. .,..., ,..., , ., O N. T. A. C. ,,. M23 T, M. I. ,.,,, ,,,. , .,,,...l2 N. T. A. C. , 30 Hillsboro o N. T. A. C. . ,. IQ VVesley ,,,,,,,,, , fr N. T. A. C. . .... ...MI3 lVeatherf0rd , ,. 0 N. T. A. C. . ., .37 VViehita Falls 6 N. T. A. C. ,, .... 51 Paris .......... , 6 N. T. A. C. . ,,.,., 6 Gainesville , , 0 N. T. A. C. . 32 Ranger ,,., cr ' N. T. A. C. . . . 7 Tarleton ., ., IS E1-if K 'f -' N. T. A. C. , ...226 Opponents ,, . ,. ,.,.,.4.S C'.xifi,xxx Cia.uu.iax' Review of the 1927 Football Season The 1927 football training opened with about thirty men reporting to Coach llloore at the Lake lV0rth Training Camp. This camp is an annual affair which opens one week prior to the opening date of the regular school session. VVhile at camp, the boys got their first taste of the pigskin. After a week at camp the nlen returned to the school field to begin the long grind of twelve weeks including ten games. Born TEAMS l-"lb- f-,Av-+ o-xk,-D v -A all I IO '- The fnst txxo gums xx tit non tonferenee affairs and suxed to lotate the iough spots in the lineup. The third game of the season xx as a eonferenee game xxlth Hillsboro and tnded in 1 great victory for the fighting Hornets Pounding then way to com- paratixelx easx xietories the team showed much improxement in the next four games with VVesley. VVmthe1fo1d lVltl'llI'l Falls and Paris During the xx eelt of 'Xox ember I lth injuries put the team roster in b1d Condition md mused quite a let down on the morale of the squad This xx eek the Hornets had a haid time emerging xxith 1 stant six to nothing win f ' Cn W V ? Xi THB 1927 SEASON r'I- I I I I ' -' I - - 'll'lI'll'Il'll'll"Il'll'll'll'll"lI'll'll'll'lF1 aI.'!.II!II.II!II..II.II.II.II.II.II.II.II!II!IlI!II!IIEIIIII!IIIIIEIIEIIEIIIIIEIIEIIEIIL'IIP1 Hoxxexei this let doxxn xxas apparently wiped .- '1xx'1x the folloxxing xx eelt xx hen these stinging Hornets lilll axxax xxith a good SLOIC over Ranger lunior Lollege a team reputed to be strong con- tenders in the late Although the game was won hx a good score it plaxed haxoe xxith the chances for '1 ehampionship in the folloxxing game with Tarleton. ln the 'llarleton game piaetieallx all the men xx tic able to be uniform, but many were in had condition. T is game xx as a hard fight and tht Hornets tasted their first and only defeat of Coixeil Mooluc '1 ing the season a a xx io t it was highly successful one and no doubt the -927 Hoinets xx ere one of the SUOIIUCSI fighting aggregations ever assembled at the THE SQUAD ffl, ,-1-fx-t rv ."' u-gA,41 U - if Ill ig.- IX -...e.3w.5ir.. . - ffwzaiesi . A... BE .N'1m1.fl1i11gf 7-llflfflllllf lim' N. T. A. C. 23 -TEXAS BIILIT.-XRY Corrifou HIICLLIJOGSH I2 The first regular game of the season was played in Arlington on September the .z3rd. The previous week the llornets engaged in a practice affair with the Terrell Prep School squad of Dallas. This game ended in an S to o victory for the Aggies. In the early part of the T. NI. C. game it looked like N. T. A. C. was in for a good heating as T. M. C. marched down the fic-ld in the first few minutes of play for a touchdown. Iiowever the game was marked with numerous fumhles that were costly to hoth teams. l7inallv the llornets got together and began a series of drives that ended in a 23 to I2 victory. N. T. A. C. 3o- HII,I.SlEIPIltJ JUNIOR Corruora o The second game of the season nas a conference game with the Hillsboro Indians. This game was at hard fight throughout the first quarter and not until the Hornets launched an aerial attack did they score. Never once did the Indians cease fighting but the Aggie attack was too powerful and they hroke down under the onslaught. The game was featured hy several heautitnl passes and runs that in the end netted the Aggies a 30 to 0 Victory. Tnomvsox Cruiser Porn' PA'I'TERSOX Lim' Cajwiailz-rlnl Caplzlilz-flwrl ll!-XT'-T U D-Xjv,-K1 D -1 lr .- - wil I I2 pe . Zig. Q rllrfftzllnzlgflf tlofwm llir man N. T. A. C. zo-XV12sLEx' jL'x1oR C4JI.I.EGl2 6 The XVesley game was a harder fight than the final score indicated. Both teams presented powerful defensive play. The first Hornet score Came early in the second quarter when lvlcfiullough hlocked a VVesley punt and reeovered it on VVesley's 6 yard line. The next two plays carried the hall over for a touchdown. The Hornets then hegan a kicking passing game which netted two more touchdowns. The VVesley touchdown came as a result of a hlocked punt very similar to the first score made hy the Aggies. This win for the Hornets was the second Conference win of the season. N. T. A. C. 13 -XVEATHIQRI-'onn -luxiok Co1.1.EG1z u XVeatherford journeyed over to Arlington all prepared to take home a hunch of crushed Hornets. During the first half the game hung in the halanceg neither team was ahle to hand up a count. In fact, both teams seemed unahle to hudge the stuhhorn defense of the other. ln the last half the Hornets' passing attack was hrought into play and soon netted the first score of the game. A few minutes later Creecy intercepted a XVeatherford pass that resulted in the final scoring of the game. XVith the Aggies on the long end of a I3 to o count, VVeatl1er- ford began a desperate passing game which availed them nothing. The final whistle still found N. T. A. C. in the lead so ahout two hundred YVeatherford rooters hegan a silent exit home. Poms McCUt.l.oL'on MAXEY 'l'l'l"l'l.Ii 4'-'T,xT'! rv U'-NAJ41 C -eill1.glIe- ' 1 . .. . ... . ' 4 -1- - A . Tfllflllll up lIillfImrn'.r lim' N. T. A. C. 37 - XV1eH1'r,t F.-tl.Ls Allston COLLEGE 6 Un Uctnher zqth the Hornets journeyed to VVichita Falls for a conference tilt with the XViehita Falls Indians. This was the first encounter on foreign soil, hut the crew Came through with flying Colors. The Indians put up a stuhhorn defense in the early part of the game hut finally sueeumhed to the powerful offense of the Hornets. Only once did the Aggies weaken, and this resulted in. a touchdown for XVichita. ln the last period the Hornets vame hack with :I powerful drive which Completely swept the XVit'hitans off their feet. The final gong again found those fighting llornets on the long' end of a 37 to 6 count. This was another eoltferenee win. N. T. A. C. S1 - lfxkls -IL'N1oR Co1.LEo1s 6 In this game the llornets kept the slate clean and swamped the Paris Dragons. The lirst half netted at 15 point lead and Coach Moore ran in the second string which continued the battle in great style. However a fumble by a second string hackfield man was scooped up and carried for a touchdown in the latter part of the game. This affair was merely a good prat'tit'e for the llornets who had apparently hit ll great stride. If E, sf ss? ii 19 f f 3 Y' F s 1 1 ' E' Y' li. liolm not CURSE Sli.Xl.l: A COLEMAN f-t r--JN,-. a DXA,-U o ow-' l . YT' ini' 'FAA-,-. M w .4-I.. - A ...I 1 , Popw fonziny fhrough N. T. A. C. 6-G.AINESN'lLI.lZ jrxioa CoL1.1zo12 o This was the second battle on foreign soil. As the Gainesville team could not place an eligible team on the field, they were allowed to play a combined high school and junior college team. A strong north wind was blowing which handicapped both teams in using a passing game and the rugged defense of both teams was almost impenetrable. However, in the second period the Hornets managed to push over a touchdown which proved to be the only counter nf the game. Gainesville put up a great battle and almost succeeded in scoring in the third and last periods, hut the Aggie defense always held at the right time. N. T. A. C. 32 - RANGER jL'N1oR COLLEGE o The Ranger game was another affair that was a harder struggle than the score would indicate. However, it was the Hornets who were supreme both offensively and defensively. The Aggie line and backfield tore great holes in the Ranger defense and marched down the field time after time for long gains and scores. This game was the turning point of the season as a number of Hornets received injuries that were never gotten over. This was the ninth straight win and a wonderful record for the Aggies. Tuomas SPESCE Boswiiu. jxcxsox r-ufxr-1 n 9-NJ,-Q 1. -T-:4 f- f"X partir: . .1 f ,..-.- 1, ,L I. .L ..- Tim! "air .Igfgiw figf!1l" N. T. A. C. 7 -T.xRL15Tox 18 The final gains of the season found the Hornets with a crippled, hut still fighting crew on the field. Tarleton put a powerful cluh on the field and took away the long end of the score. Several Hornets were carried to the side-lines with telling injuries in the first period of the game. Several fateful misplays cost the Hornets two touchdowns and two safeties. VVhile the battle was hard and always in Tarleton's favor, the Hornets more than held their own with the exceptions of the ahove mentioned misplays. RESERVES I 1 95.1. H ML'RR.w MoxTFoRn T.NX'I.0R Swrxxm ,-. ,-,Af-. U 9'x,Lx-0 D l - -:ll I lf: E+ - 3-92-V BASlEiETBAH,,Il , K vnfJ'Q' Q! xx fm ? Am XX M AKE Z 'XV ,W A f 4 Lf .. . THE 1928 SEASON AEI!!!-E lil!! lilIillilliililqllillilli v i v Results of Basketball Games CONFERENCE GAMES N. T. . C. . ,,,, ,....32 Gainesville jr. College 30 N. T. . C. .511 Gainesville slr. College. . I I N. T. . C. ,..1..t Hillsboro slr. College .....,.., 29 N. T. . C. -42 Hillsboro jr. College ...16 N. T. . C. ...37 Paris jr. College I7 N. T. . C. -42 Paris slr. College ...zo N. T. . C. ...4S Paris jr. College 2.24. N. T. . C. M38 Ranger jr. College... , ...27 N. T. . C. ...39 Ranger Al r. College . ...32 I N. T. . C. ...34 Texarkana jr. COllCg9......I2 V N. T. . C. 38 Nveatherford slr. College 27 N. T. . C. 32 VVeatherford hlr. College 23 :EQ 5 X N. T. . C. . 28 YVesley -lr. College... 2.29 . A N. T. . C. . ...39 lVesley jr. College , ...zo my Nkvm I MPH N. T. . C. lvesley slr. College ...24 A Total . 586 Total . 341 NON-CONFERENCE GAIXIES N. T C. .,,,,, ., 28 Denton State Teachers Reserves ......... ...IQ N. T C. ...... 36 XValk Over Shoe Co. . ....,. . ...., ...27 N. T C. .. ,,,... 37 North Texas Traction Co. , HIS N. T C. ..... . ...2l T. C. C. Fish , , .. .........2O N. T C. - zo First Baptist . e . ......IQ N. T C. ,..... ......,...,.... 2 7 Broadway Baptist ......... . . 25 Total . ,.,I7S Total ,, , 128 POST SEASON TOlfRNAlIENT N. T C. ..... 37 Southwestern Oklahoma Teachers ..,..... .46 N. T C. Sl Cedar Hill Independents .... . . 2.23 N. T C. S7 Uehlolays . . N. T C. H54 Klorris fXIen's lVear .31 Total . . .. ISU Total . .. 114 Graiid Total .. .. ., Q73 Grand Total . 17113 lim II gill' ws tif-XYT1 1 vxfsfv v ug. 'f'lll5f9' wla .. .mi M. , THE 1928 SEASON s 'Il'll'll'll'lI'll' l"ll'll'll'll'll'l 'll' 'l"ll'll'l 'll'll'lI'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'lP 4 hadI!Il:ll:IIllI:II:alllllll:IllII:ll:IllII!!lellellllHEIIllIllI:lllllglllllellelllllllhu Review of the Basketball Season FTER a week of rest following the end of foot- ' ball season, the .Iunior Aggies plunged head long into the coming basketball season. XVirli three enthusiastic players who answered the first call for basketeers, Coach llloore felt confident that he could develop one of the fastest and highest ranking teams that had ever repiesented N. T. A. C. on the court. After the preliminary training the following men proved to be the material from which the team would be selected: llIcCullochg lllaxeyg Barron: Butler: Hunterg Higleyg Jacksong Barron, R. C.: C.yp-,MN.m,,qQ'1- MMM- Altmang Casey, Swinneag Spence: Taylor: and Creecy. The Aggies had an unusually and an exceptionally good scoring combination of forwards, guards, and centers, which enabled them to score Q73 points to their opponents 603. The Hornets proved their superior qualities to their opponents by winning their first four Conference games. They lost the fifth to YVesley junior College by one point. They profited by this mistake and on the following night defeated and doubled the score against the same team. They finished the season without being defeated again. Not satisfied with winning the Eastern Conference, the Aggies entered rhi- Southern Athletic Association Tournament held in Dallas. They lost the first game to the Southeastern Teachers College of Oklahoma by a score of 4.6-37. After this defeat they entered the Consolation Tournament and won it by defeating the De lllolays 54-1.1.3 Cedar Hill Independents 51-233 and lllorris llIen's lVear 44-31. A trophy was presented to the Aggies by the Southern Athletic Association. I.ii'i '1 isa Mics ,-,fx-. ,-. rr n-xg,-u 11 Asif iiolie- , w-. 3 1' U1-T'-TT' V YTTTTT-WT-Q-TT 'TF' U Iiarrnzz lrifgr hir frm' pilflz N. T. A. Gil! waist: The ,luninr :Xggiew Opened their C"nnterenL'e weawn hi defeating Ranger College in a series ul twn hard-fnught games. lNleCulloeh hit the laaxket at will and in lmth games he was high pnint man. Thexe games were wnn hy individual playing and wearing mure than hy team-work. liutler, llunter, and lNleQ'ullueh, three letter men from the previnus sea-on were greatly aided hy the iwurkixterit gnal xhnnting of the twn lreehmen playerx, Maxey and liigley. X. T. A, C.fXVIf.XTHliRl-'HRD Unly a few' date fnllnwing the victory nver the Ranger quintet Cuaeh Moore trunk his vluad nver tn XVeatherlnrd. llere they lnnnd a murh wtrunger team than the fnrmer. Thix l was shown hx' the excellent team wnrk and taxt plating of the Cnintex and hx' their leading 2 U the at-ure at the end nl the lirxt halt. The Aggiex returned in the set'nnd half and displayed the old Aggie light, deleating the Cnyntex to the tune ut a thirty-eight tn twenty-seven. Barron played a Nplendid game at guardg hie exvellent guarding vnmlwined with the outstanding performance nf llunter kept the Vnyntes trnm senring heavy in the Nevnml half, lVICCulloCh was Niieeexsttil in hitting the hasket regularly. The return game wax played nn the home rnurt. Thix the Aggie- wnn emily. The game Ntarted with the Aggies flashing Clown the cfrurt with accurate team wnrk. They tnnk the lead in the tirxt half and kept the score in their lavnr thrnughnnt the game. Again Barron and Mefailluvli wnn tavnralwle Compliments. X. T. A. C.-G,xlNEsvll.l.lf The Ciainewille team fame all the way down In Arlingtun just In receive the mm! striking and thrilling defeat gix en any team hy the :Xggiex Thix w as the must spectacular game nt the seaxnn fur the speetatorx. ln thi- game Maxey wax the renter ul attraetinng his consistent goal hitting ax turward w as the teature nf the game. llunter was a terrur tn the opposing lurwardx. R. t'. liuutnx liIflI.l'Y R. D. PLXRRUY N iii? -,I I,-.. -1, lim I, . Tram in tflll,-rfffllr' N. T. A. C.4XVESI.EY The junior Aggies were defeated only' one time during the playing seasong this victory fell upon the shoulders of the sturdy' NVesley' team. The Aggies got a good start in the first half but were not ahle to score equal to the fast forwards of the XVesley' aggregation. They' accepted this defeat unflinchingly' and persisted in overpowering the XVesley' squad the following night lays a score of 39 to zo. Nlt'f'ulloch and Maxey' were the Chief scorers in these games. Barron and Hunter covered well on the defense as guards. ln the return games which were played in Greenville, the Aggies turned the XVesley team down the road to defeat. Nfcfulloeh was the outstanding hasl-tet hitter and Barron and Hunter filled the positions at guard. X. T. A. C.-Paros -It'x1oR Cor.1.EcE From Greenville the Aggies went to Paris where they' met the Paris Dragons in a two game engagement. The Hornets stung the Dragonsg the score swelled in the Aggies favor in hoth games. The first was a fast game in the heginning hut it slowed up in the second half, for the Dragons soon felt that they were heing outplayed considerahly' hy' the 'lunior Aggies. Bigley' was high point man in this game. Hunter played a great game at guard. The second game was played in a small gym hut the Aggies underwent this handicap and whipped the Dragons to a time of 4:-lo. Nlaxey' was high point man in this game closely followed hy' Bigley. Barron was the outstanding player at guard. This game hung in the balance, neither team appearing to take the lead until the heginning of the second half. In the last half the fast passing attack of the Aggies was brought into play' and the score soon rose In douhle that of the Dragons when the final whistle hlew. N. T. A. C.-HII.LSBtDRtJ The Hillsboro games were harder struggles as indicated hy the scores. The Aggies executed supreme defensive and offensive playing. In the first game Hunter played a good game at guard, jackson at forward. Maxey' led in the scoring for the Aggies. In the second game llunter was the outstanding player on the court. Ile made five long field goals and guarded so well that he was the acknowledged star for the evening. Higley and Maxey' were the other runners up in the score. ' v -9 Ht'x'rEk jacxsos lit ll.lfIK f.--2+---n .1 wryifn 7' ' --elf Ill lie- Crmrfl gffliifzg 'fm fold TtJL'RX.XNI ENT The championship of the eastern conference was decided hy a tournament held in Arlington. Texarkana, Paris, XVesley', Gainesville, and N. T. A. C. were the teams to participate in this meeting. The Aggies' first game in the tournament was played with Gainesville. The Aggies were working in excellent team work during this game and won the game easily, scoring SI to 11. hlcfullotili and Maxey' tied for high point man, each making 16 points. Hunter hit some sensational goals and played the opposing forwards off their feet on the defense. Butler seemed to have good luck at guard and proved so in this game. Next to meet the Aggies were the Texarkana quintet. Another uneven score resulted in favor of the Aggies. McCulloch proved himself worthy' of mention and played a marvelous game at forward to make him high point man. The Paris Dragons met another hard defeat in the tournament from the Aggies. The Dragons played a fast game hut the Aggie forwards hit the hasket too and McCulloch were the outstanding players at their respective positions. regularly. Barron The YVesley' squad was the last to play the Aggies in the tournament. This team had already undergone one defeat in the tournamnt, hut they were the contenders to play the finals off with the Aggies. This was expected to he a flashy, dashy' and hard fought game. It was. The score was only two points different at the end of the first half. The Aggies exhihited spectacular team work and Mct'ulloch was high point man. Mcllulloch played his hest game of the season. Maxey' scored three points less than lyflcfulloch. Hunter scored heavy in this game and Butler made his three points. The final score was N. T. A. C. 43Q XVesley' 24. This victory gave the junior Aggies the championship of the eastern conference. RIZSIQRYIES Y I Swixxr .y N. Oyster Aixrxisyx .i. U D-Xjx,-G - :fl 1 7 lm -l 1-.. ,1- M9 .ZF , Q M2 b m f 531 X f My . Q, 0 fz wfm J , ASEBALL NA, , Q-MA. Qi: . THE 1927 SEASON aF1I' I I I I ' I V 1 Result ot Baseball Games N. T. A. C .,,,... . .. I VVesley ......... 5 N. T. A. C... . 5 VVesley .. ....,.. ,.,,.,. . 3. N. T. A. C... .. ,,,, I0 N. Side, Ft. VVorth. . 2 N. T. A. C... ..... 3 T. C. U. Fish........ 2 N. T. A. C ..............,...... 6 XVeatherford ..... . . 1 N. T. A. C ..... ........ II Hillsboro 6 N. T. A. C. . .... . ........ 9 Hillsboro ,,..... .,,... . ..-li N. T. A. C. .... .. 3 XVesley ........ .. .. I N. T. A. C... 7 VVesley . .... .. 3 N. T. A. C.. ..... .. I T. C. C ...... .. 8 N. T. A. C... II Tarleton .. . I A. N. T. A. C.... .... .. . 3 Tarleton .. .............. 2 ' 1' ' N. T. A. C.. ....... .. . 1 T. C. LY. Fish ..... ........ . .. 5 f f" . 'cf N. T. A. C .... .. .. 7 Tarleton .. ..... ,......... . 9 ' '-M N. T. A. C.. ...... .IO Tarleton .. ,.... ..I2 Cixi-ixiw Cxixif N. T. A. C.. ...... . .. . 4. VVeatherford .......... . 6 N. T. A. C. ...... . 2 VVichita Falls ,........ .. 3 N. T. A. C.. .. 4 lvichita Falls ...... I Total . . Q7 Total... ...... Review ol the Season PRC 7Sl'IiL"1'S for the haseball season were brightened to a considerable degree when five old letter nien returned to the campus. Noel Caine began his fourth year and was ahly assisted hy such well known letter proteges as Lin Sansom. Dennis Butler. XVatt Harris and Grier Dickey. A ninnher of practice games played with T. C. li. Fish and North Side High. Fort YVorth, furnished keen competition for the fast Aggie teani. ln these singles N. T. A. C. won three games and lost one. T. C. lf. Fish, though not in the conference. demonstrated their ability to hold their own favor- ahly with the llornets. 5. ""'s' 1, N4 SEHK? E21 '1'inz Sotzxn .-fN- J 0-XL,-u 11 .-I I-. - at '14iff" - JW. Q T .,' . ct , THE 1927 SEASON 'I'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'll'l -ll-lr '- zfilhllllllI!IllIllIlllllllllllllhlilllllll REVIEXV Ulf THE SEASON lI.'nrz.'i1z11.'t1'j The team as a whole was weak in no one position, though batting weakness was considered to be the greatest barrier. Interest and enthusiasm manifested hy both Coach Hughes and the players could not have been improved. YVesley and Hillsboro. in all probability gave the home boys more anxiety than any other contenders. with the exception of Tarle- ' ton. ln all of the cases where games were lost it j, seemed that N. T. A. C. lacked the self-confidence l , n ' necessary to their success. ln no instance was their -.Y . i l In - WV ' defeat attributed to a lack of ability on the part of . ' i C'AP'i'A1x-Ini.Ec'i' Iluxiiik the players. In almost every combat the Hornets seemed to take consolation when they were playing on the home field. Out of I4 conference games played by N. T. A. C. eight were won and 6 were lost. Of the entire Ig games played. IU were won and eight were lost, Ninety-seven runs were scored by the Hornets to 83 of their opponents. Noel Caine showed himself to be one of the best men in the junior Conference. while Grier Dickey was deserving of much credit. N. T. A. C. on the final tally was in line for the junior champion- ship. but due to a misuni'lerstz1nding among officials in arranging the schedule. it was thought advisable to not definitely award the championship. 'E ",'1'q . , Ni ,"N, ""'. ' 'W , ' , X 'QV' - ,cr is .1 X :" I wr 'i ,' , V fi- jfs-i" v3,t ' af N' .- i i . J - 4 ' ' 5: 2,-wfifj . I ' --. ,425 ." +.- 3' 1 we ...- if ' V, ' +1 '-I 'AY ' 'H T 1-: 5 Dicxm' lVlCCL'l.LOL'GII HARRIS .-JS-1 1-f 4--A1-x,4V,4u f, -gil 125 t?.- - f f .I lv, W ,. If-ep Vx T' .ia .f- Rf 4- : qw an , ww. ,J 'I ws,- , tt' . ",5.Q'5b'v:es I!zn'rr,r,c fully 'rm fflfllllfjll XVIQSLEY SERIES North Texas Aggies opened the hasehall season with Vllesley Follege, playing two games, which resulted in a win and a loss. The first trophy went to VVesley hy a score of 5 to 2, while N. T. A. C. halanced the affair in the second game with a score of 5 to 3. In hoth conflicts Thomas and Ilunter led in hitting for the home hops. The second game was a tight affair in which no scoring was done hy either team until the sixth inning, then the Aggies cracked the ice with four scores and added another in the seventh inning. Thomas drew two hits and .1 walk out of four trips to the hat. Hunter drew three hits out of five trips to the hat. N. T. A. C met the VVesIeyans on the home field for their second two-game series and cinched the combat hy winning hotli games through scores of 1 to 3 and 7 to 3. The playing of Lin Sansom could not he accurately judged hy the hox score, which credited him with three errors in the first game. Ile more than made up for these hy two hrilliant plays, one a pretty catch of a line drive over short, the other a difficult running catch of a hard hit grounder hack of second. Grier Dickey starred with the iron man stuff for twelve innings. He allowed the opposing team only two hits and one run and struck out eleven men in the first game. HII,I.Sl3ORO SERIES N. T. QX. C. won and lost a game to Iiillshoro in two fast encounters. The first game rcsulted in a score of II to 4 in favor of the Aggies, while the second game was taken lw the Ilillshoro proteges through a score of ir to 8. Dickey won the first game, in which the fast Ilillslworo nine featured with nine errors. liurress took VVatt Harris' place in the pitcher's hox in the third inning and satisfactorily demonstrated that he could toss the agate as well as he mould chase it anyw here in the center part of the orchard. In hoth conference games the crown- ing scores which decided the conflicts was tr. I QI Bc'rl.rix Por-E Saxsom ,QA wr- .. ' -L D-Xj, 40 'F if Ilfl lie W ,lf ' 0. ee l a a Q A ee--111 Ilirlery on lin' llzrmml IVEATHERI-'ORD SERIES A muddy field retarded the progress of the first game between N. T. A. V. and XVeather' ford College, but in no way hampered the enthusiasm of the Hornets, for when they returned from the field they were winners by 21 score of 6 to I. At the very outset of the affray the Coyotes proved themselves too weak to withstand the onslaught of the fast Aggie team. The Iiornets in their first time at bat took advantage of a walk and an error by following them up with a couple of hits and putting enough runs across the plate to win the game. Pope saved the day when three men were on bases and he knocked a powerful hit, resulting in scoring two runs. Caine's swiftness of action was noted when he tagged the runner coming home and then threw the batter out at first. The status of N. T. A. C. players after the game was: Thomas, 2Q Burress, ig Pope, IQ Nlcfolloch, lg Sansom, I. NVICH ITA SERIES Closing out the baseball season for the term of '26-'27, the Hornets lost the first game of a double-header with the VVichita Indians by a score of 3 to 1 and won the second by a score of 4 to 1. Of the five scores made in thd game none was earned. All with the exception of the first Hornet run were the result of errors. In the first inning Sansom and Thomas walked. Sansom scored from third when Caine grounded out second to first. In the sixth inning Faint- scored when the catcher missed one of Robertson's fast ones. Two errors by Pope and one by Stacy opened the way for three XVichita runs. The Junior Aggies scored in the first, fourth and fifth innings of the second game on Caine's round trip blow. MeColloch scored by sliding to first. Pope scored from second on Stacy! single to right field. The lone Indian tally came as a result of a single and three errors. Grier Dickey pitched both games and allowed only two hits in the game- he lost alld four scattered singles in the second affray. ln seven of the fourteen innings only twenty-two men faced him. Captain Noel Caine finished his fourth year as big man in N. T. .-X. C. baseball circles with the ending and winning of this game. I h ll THOMAS S13-tcm' BURRESS .-,fx-, .--gi 11 KL VAIO if ' -- elf 127 lie '- D fyr 'JL -1 Tri - V- . N, U-VN Arn AJ . f ' ff.. 1 V :QT ' - V Al' ! ll' W. At.-fi I , -, y bsbiy, e .A . A ' ' ' . - -" I .. ,, ' ., . .-we , . M . pry .hi Af ..j,gr' -5 i'f"Ai 1- ' 1 .' .' .s ' "" ' 'Q 'mu 'x K -..V bf I ' f ' 1 .- V ',v , , ,,, . Fx 1 , . AY ,N .,, f' " .."llnln. ., iff ' I , L, V L by mwys., 0 I J-m y . ,,,:-rg ' . I . N Y . t., .pi-,,, ll, qfqt Z A vlbfig, If way..-a'-I 'wM,?e... ' ,, .1 y . lv V 4 I L . Q' 'AfT:'f:,ff Q , .. .ij wg, " W ,. M . . . ,, V , ,. f -rm 11, Qgfifiw may .A ......e Y - 41241 " fiiifffifi-1-W' A "-uni., - -11. ,dk-,YF --K -,v.,,1- , lfuinr ,vlunzx nu! ll flonzwr TARLICTON SERIES The first encounter with Tarleton was taken hy N. T. A. C. in :I San laeinto day tilt rtsulting in a played several except the sect Thomas w alke stopped on thi struck out the and two runs in the eighth score in the sec did not score a Only six men score of ll to 5, Only nine junior Ags actually participated in the game. Seale good games, coaching on third hase and officiating' as hat hoy. Every player on the winning side gut at least one hit in the first game. The Hornets scored in every inning und, sixth and seventh. Sansom started the game off by flying out to left field. d and llunter hit to the serond haseman, who dropped the hall. Thomas was rd. VVith two down, Caine scored Hunter xx ith a douhle to right field. liurress opposing hatter and the llornets made one run each in the fifth and third innings faced him lll the third and fourth innings and five of these he struck out. lle struck out eleven hatters in the entire ga N. T. A. ately came at two games hu hoth games. I like the .kgs llornets stilgvt revenge for th lr. ytrN'I'XC in the fourth inning. The game was put on ice as a victory Arm .'. '. . . inning when three more runs were Chalked up. The Plowhnys made the initia ond game. Sansom started the game off with a pup-up to the catcher. N. T. A. C gain until the eighth inning. Grier Dickey lloosted his hasehall average Consider ahly during the two Stephenville games. ln the first game he played center field. ln fiye trips to the hat he got four hits. In the last game he whipped Matthews out in a pitchers' due IHC. i C. lost the first game of the second series as a direet result of errors that unfortun very costly moments. Burress, Dickey and Harris all pitched winning hall in the t received little support and lost hoth contests. The Hornets led in scoring in iutler and lVlcl'ullnch scored in the second inning. The second game started off would hrlng home the hacon. Pope and llunter hoth made good plays. The l 1 rally in the tenth inning hut it fell shut two nuns d he Pl l 1 1 ltil e two preyiwus defeats. I 11.- A , V 1 ' ' ' an t ow 11 ys ,got ti' liuuaox, R. D. jxeksox SEALE J D'xJsf-0 4 A IZS if I, , ff? 2 rf I' K KJ .Ii fb? K ' aka K 5 'W Z9 235 ,mi T R A C K t ttte . 'N 411- ---Je P XT THE 1927 SEASON L 'il'll'll'll'll'll"ll"ll'll'll"'ll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll"ll'll"ll'll"ll'll'll'll'll'lf1 hadIllI:ll:ll:ll:ll:ll:ll!ll:ll:ll:ll:lI!ll:l Ell!ll!ll!lIEIIlllillllllllllillllllillEmfh Track Results Fat Stock Show N. T. A. C.. ,. . 2 Texas Relays N. T. A. . . . 5 Rice Relays N. T. A. C. ., .,,, .. fi J, N. T. S. T. C. ... 51,1 N. T. A. C. .. .. 53 - i'A Q ."'f s. M. U. Fish . .-.Sta N. T. A. C... .. C51 5 ' State Kleet N. T. A. C. .. ,.... 6 +4 Total Points . M175 C'.xi'l.ux 'l'now-snx Review of the Season INTEREST was aroused in track when the Hornets attended the meet at the Fat Stock Show. Although at this place the Hornets were Competing with the colleges and universities of Texas, Thompson. Lewis, Avant and Kuykendall won fourth place in the mile relay, and YVilson won fourth in the mile run. They were victorious over all the junior Colleges. The week following the Fat Stock Show the men settleml down to hard, earnest training on the local track. Creeey showed ability as a quarter man and won a place on the relay team. T115 Suuxn +q .-KX?--. 2 oxfvfo L A ikgu - 4 n 'Q4 l Z1 f?-off A "-'W Q K B gfffg. , Q THE 1927 SEASON f1l'll"ll'Il'lI'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'l I'Il'II'll'II'll'Il'll'lI'Il'll'll'll'll'lf'1 hadIEllllllllellslllllllllllaIllllellelllllll llllillllllllill' llllllllIIEIIEIIEIIEII-EIL REVIEW' OF THE SEASON ff.'..l!IiIIlI'1.ij YVhen the Hornets went to the Texas Relays they walked away with first honors in the mile relay for junior Colleges. Lewis, Thompson, Creecy and Kuykendall were awarded wrist watches for indie vidual excellence and the team was awarded the school trophy. The relay team won second place in the junior College mile relay at Rice, and second in the medley relay. After the relays the Hornets made several trips to Fort VVorth to work out with T. C. Lf and the Fort YVOrth High Schools. They made a good showing each time. On account of the fact that many bridges were washed out between Fort YVorth and Norman, Oklahoma, the team was unable to attend the Oklahoma relays. The Hornets sl It lull!! 1 :XSSIS'l'.XX'l' Coacn Rcxivu showed up well in the dual meet with the North Texas State Teachers' College. Scores were very close in the Eagles' favor. VVhen the dual meet with S. hl. LY. Fish was held several members of the track team were out on account of illness, and. as a result, the Fish were victorious small margin. bv '1 Although Tarleton won the State meet, N. T. A. C. was a close second. She won nine out of seventeen gold medals for first place. YVinning five, Tarleton was nearest N. T. A. C. The Hornets were represented in nearly every track event of the season. Competition was much greater than any previous year. Lewis was high point man in the State. The IQ27 team was probably the best that ever represented Y T FX C T AGGIES I.EwIs, I. Ciu-:i.cv, J. TQLYKLYILXLI., R. t'r.nu.rv, AI, 1--KN--1 ,-11 A .-I -. . nl. 'Xl lu., -KI? 1- . . Q m ell- Y Q ww ' - U A , ' ....- Q.. . 4 " e-. P, . it c, 'i v-:'a . is IJ. p r. A '- , :U-V 'LKB A I ' . 'I uf 45 x t A A 4, J Q I , W y K - N x r .- b '-s.. " f Klux at ct - a t -- h A . v:.,'nI.w!4,,sgv ,,.,-Am ,Y r ,Kai-:f'j: V - J if - . K ',.H I .I rloxr finixll in Iln' l'l'lIllll'jY TEXAS AND RICE RELAYS The boys who won the trip to Austin for the Texas Relays were overjoyed Thompson because they i took part ii the medley relay. had this chance to attend the relays. Those making the trip, Lewis. liuykendall and Creecy, composed the relay team. and Avant and YVilson Red Thompson started the relay and sped around the track, bringing the baton to Lewis fo Then when had a good r a good lead. Lewis held the same and gave Kuykendall a good lead. liuykendall gave Creecy the baton the race was on for a finish. Creecy race but he managed to come in with first place. At Rice Institute the following day the relay team took second place in the mile relay and al. Th' i lh I first place a so second place in the medley relay. 'ip won N. T. A. C. a trophy and the boys received w1'ist watches fc nd silver medals for second. . -1 -1 if as QQ PS- - Z ff Q '- .,- qw . Y-if 0 liffz' Q-: ' ,e ' Q42 .. t- E - x - X if 1 Hui, I. Ihuxos, R. C. SMITH, L. f-1fNv- u oxkfn c - if I32 lic- - , 41 lliyll lmrillrx nl Rita rrlny,v N. T. A. C.-NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE The Hornet track team made a good showing in the dual meet with Denton. which started off with Hill taking second place in the shot put. Lewis first and lIcCulloch second in the pole vault. Thompson won the 220-yard dash and Kuyken- dall took second place. Barron won second place in both hurdle races. Creecy and lvilson won first and second places in the half-mile races. YVilson won the mile before he entered the half. Hill took first place in the discus throw. The relay team was a close second in the mile relay. Since Denton had an exceptionally good relay team, they won the nieetg however, their one outstanding track man was responsible for their victory. This Denton man won the 44.0-yard dash and he was also responsible for their winning the mile relay. His gains ,gave the lead. The final score was: N. T. A. C. 531 N. T. S. T. C. 50. ' nr 15" ... . M 2-1.....s' lNlCCUI.l.OUCH PERRY, T. Iiuumx, R. D. 4-vfxv--1 cr 0-N,L,-Q C -'el 133 Fe 1- ,. 5 af 1 1 Th 'za' 4 - s..- A 4 it 5 1. II'T7lVIl'fS of ilu' sian' milf' rrlay STATE MEET Un Klay 9 teams from the following schools were at T. C. Lv. Stadium for the annual track and field meet of the Texas junior College Athletic Association: North Texas Agricultural College. john Tarleton College. YVesley College. Hillsboro junior College, Paris junior College and YVichita Falls junior College. The track meet was held under the supervision of Bobby Stow of the Fort VVorth City Recreation Department. N. T. A. C. went strong in field events, winning over her nearest opponent by seven points. ln the mile relay N. T. A. C. was never given competition. The nearest man at the final finish was over loo yards behind. VVilson won two first places. the mile and half-mile. ln these events he was a constant winner for N. T. A. C. Lewis won the loving cup for high point man at the meet with QM points. Red Thompson never failed to give the 1'elay team a good lead. Lindsey was second in the broad jump and the Barron brothers won first and third in the javelin throw. The total points for N. T. A. C. were 50. U1 WGIE8 - if-4 .Mg anus. 'boa N... Q - llxxs, .X. XVn.sox, Ci. Ay.xx'r, R. .-X f-1fH- .: D-Xj,,4U v ' Y-fi ui r .ll UTHER ATI Mf,ETH' CS fxx gg W, C9 3 'vi-1 -'A 1.-s-ov A,-k 0 U I Q 1 Tfn' lffrs 1111 l111111111i1111 N11 Illllfl Second Team Footbill H IC football squad was cnt to twenty-six re n n on Otto I4 Tiost L inn nated from tlie first squad organized a seeoit sq tl Lomb Dunsnoiti Ll at for more material. wbieb brought out several goot n 1 iin 1 tux t Us tum nine Bees were working ont daily. The llees niet some very stmiig liigli seliool uid ie 14 Lim ci s tx snffuu only one defeat. wbieli was at tbe bands of Dallas Xt idcnn r 1 nee xftn tu san 4 was organized. ,lilll' mistakes of tbe first game were ironem 1 tif, sql ll xx ls 1 snio and powerful niaebine in the otber games. Tbci i lppu tu natu 0 in wliieli niet only one other defeat during the seas: ington Il inc int Clraperine High Seliools also fell before tbe onslinvl o tbl Having gznned a fair knowledge of football llllllllff tba s sc t 1 n III, real meaning of that "ole fight," tbese men will bt in int fm the Vaisitx bqn ll of Bees llees Bees Bees llc-es RKSl'I,'l'S 6 lla 1 annum IS Grind lin I3 Grinbnii In .'xl'llll" on I3 Clripu fm :Neovo 'l'l4.xx1 ,-ax,-. -.-, , ,J Ijfx fe I 4 milk! , I !! Iggg: .gl i 1, su- 1 . in yaaaa na. 1 i SEWHII' g if un 1 ai .lllman and Ifagyanfr fwarzningf up Tennis HE tennis team of 1927 played only one match game, but in this contest the fighting spirit of N. T. A. C. Hornets was shown. Buster Stacey and john Peoples represented the Hornets in the double play and won their way to the finals in the State contest. Here they fought out with the flashy team from VVichita Falls junior College. The outcome was defeat for Stacey and Peoples, but they put up a real fight. The VViehita Falls men carried off the honors in the singles play, too. NVag- goner and Altman represented the Hornets, but they were eliminated in the semi- finals. Tarleton was downed good and hard by Altman and YVaggoner in the first round of play. The Hornets put up a gallant fight but they were downed by the XVichita Falls winners. is-. ' N . ft ti' sa T - ' 'ft W? Qu eifffg else ., Q: if -e Q f rg Q. V . "-'-A r' s 5 'Q 'x ."Z U ' - 3- . l 57 hi f R V ml S' a ' ' ' 'W ' A i -' .3 l Y . t 1 4 ' A -y-A.. 5 ' y: Fu' -Lf. A 'FM D e V nf' T ' "-'-e :i - -.: . eg: - - LL' . I x, PEEPLES, J. XV.-KGGDNER, B. A1.1'MAx, M. S'rAcEx', B. 4"1ATV D J Dxxf-I1 L -si 137 ke-- 1Zjjj5,,T'r'ii T w f ,P 4' ef RIFLE TEAM Fil'll'll"ll"ll'll'll'll"ll'll'lI'Il'll'll'llI'll"ll'll'Il"ll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'l 'll'lf1 aF4l!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!llEululllillllllllililllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllll!l:!ll!lzP. HF junior Aggie Rifle Team made an excellent record for the past season. The team entered the Eighth Corps Area Intercollegiate Rifle matches in which it placed fifth with a score of 71 I0 out of a possible Soon. The Aggie team was matched with such colleges as A. X KI. College of Texas, Oklahoma A. X KI. and the Colorado School of llines. These colleges had many men from which to pick, but there were xery few to pick from here. All members of the N. T. A. C. were expert riflemen, as their scores averaging about 7.25 out of a possible Hoo, would indicate. Lt. Lawson and Capt. Ewell had charge of the coaching and inst1'uction on the range. These two officers deserve much credit for the success of the team and its record in these matches. During the preliminary practice and instruction all men had a chance to try out for the team. The best shots were picked and given more practice at the regular drill periods and during off periods. At the Retreat Parade of llarch ll the members of the Rifle Team were pref sented with beautiful medals in return for their excellent record and diligent work. This particular phase of military work is very interesting as weil as benefical to the cadet. It teaches the fundamental principles of marksmanship and care of the rifle. Every cadet should try to make the team and attempt to make it better in the future. Not only is it a credit for the college to have expert riflemen, but it is an honor for each individual who makes the team and participates in the intercollegiate and corps area matches. Harland. XV. KI. llcllee, C. Reeves, If. Xvilliams, H. C. Bird, S. lfree. XV. Schutts, XV. Casey, C. Hargrave, A. Hugo. U. Xvillis, H. Alohnson, R. A. Logan, xl. H. i Rnrif Tisxsi ' 'ww' HV- FT' 4- W" 11 -fox cr, 41- ir -Y W -l sl 'ire - ' 5-1 '35 1-' 56I'OCKo Ek9qH.I85I'1NL9Cs'i? I ' f-F' A - L""JI 'xl' X -f ,Q fi- - 23 ' V ' ', 5 0 1 v' 7' NM.. - " U r "..5Jx- nr-P' fi' Lf' '-j 1 5 g ,E 'i . 'Q ' X pf' A . Q J , Q-ff ORGANIZATIONS ' U fp A A X' N --- ' s 3991, l.,, 4 1 1 X Q J,.'. . eu' 91- -. gli 'fh- . 7? , h ', " V. . , I . - 1 ' -x if - el - , sr 'fr 3 ' ' A -.YQ x .L 1-' E vm 1: 4 1 Q' kao4' S l xxvr jx P -mgfm .-.Mr - 'uA'if1ig3"z W 3 X 1 E V s .Q J ' , ,A I my 4 N , , - if-it ,hwy H'nE" V PUBLICATHUNS Wl, -m-- n G..- THE JUNIOR AGGIE IillilliilillillelIiliilliileiwlliiliiiiiliiIiililIe.Hill!IIiIIilIiIlil'iIIiIIiIliI fllI.l'M.XX CASH' lzllilffr' llluxclf-1 lIl'nx.xl.1. DIDRUIIH' Yxllas Miss Iflllllz l'1.UIl.l'.'I1lN .lri lfmfiffll' lfmully liliilor lfdilrwinl .N'f1n11mr R. L. Illwllfu AI. I.. tixriliw XV1l.x1.x C'm'14x I.vlU'If1HlIi.Yl UK' thunk thusv xv21li2lIltS pictllrul below, wc thzmk mu who are mm' pzltlcntly pc-x'ns111g thls. and wc tlmnk our stars 1t's all mx-1'. -ffrlxlj' BIAIHII: lioxzml, fflulz lillilnr j. H. linux:-. Tyffixl fill! 1 I1'f-111011. Dmus XV.-wr .lrl Ellilm' R. I.. Rllmmi Frzzlurz' EJiIm' llfllwlif Iililnr .lrl linfilfn' 'J 7 K .r " 11- if 3 m. , 1'::lL , f 5 W . Wg! 4 -7 5 ,S ' A Q as Q, 3 iv Agn ' :Q ,. . ' ' . . ' , 522 , ,g - , W -A 1 "gg, Q ,Q 1 .f ' Q' ' . - .- ,. X ff , - -. - " ' . . .N :a5,y.54f f ar gi-Q4 L,- .,g,, f , G R I ,1 F'-fx?-1 J AXLAJ 4 if l.L2 fi? '- i I I P r w w ,, I Y TI-Ili JUNIOR AGGIH LAI-llell-ll-ll.-ll: I-ll:Il-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-l'l-lI-I - I-I - - I-I - - I-I I ll- L W S I I 11 QIWIEII'llillillill':l:ll'll'ill:llillill:ll: I:ll:l:::l:IEiuiralginillilgiugl:ell-:ini Some people are born crazy, others arc tcmpor' arily inszmc. and others publish a yearbook. So Thafs That-And How! -Uffzlorz 111111 Czlxry. XVELIJOX Bkowrik .1111 Il ag rr DICK Yxlras CA'I'l'1liRINIi VV11.1.mMsoN XV. I,. XVA'1sox M. Al.'1M.xx D. l'o1.1fM.xx .1J.viJIanI .xlllllllffff .lxsislrznl 11I!llI!l!lI'l' liuxirzrsx Sjmzzsnr Alxsnfiulw ll11.vi1u'5J Mililury l1'xl'illII .1ItIIl1lflI'l' VIRGINIA X'.xu:l1'1' NliH'5I.XX Cxslax' I'AL'1.1xvi 'I1lL'Kl:R C'1uru.lss Hl'l'l' llrmuz Sum 1 II 1 n Srninr lfdilnr Jzminr' lxllilur SllfPllUlllHl'I' lzliilnr Ifiyll lfllilor Sf-,vial l:'Jilnr '? .-,fx-1 f- ' fr fl-,x,Qj-I1 xf - 61143553 - THE SHORTHORN s WI' 'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll"Il"ll'll'll'll'll'll'l 'II'll'll'll'll'll'lI'll'll'll"ll"lP'l Eklillllllllill!ll!ll!ll!ll llllllllllllllll I:ll:IH:ll:IlllllllaIIEIllllllllllllllllllhud HIC Shorthorn is N. T. A. Cfs weekly publication. Its purposes are to act as ll record of the college events throughout the yearg to act as a means by which to inform the student body of these events. and to furnish entertainment to its readers. It was first published in IUIQ as a monthly magazine and continued as such until 11122, when it was converted into a weekly newspaper. Since its organization it has steadily increased in circulation and importance because of the successful fulfillment of its aims. During the year H127-28 the Shorthorn has been in charge of: lllr. VV. A. Ransom, faculty sponsor: Rlr. YV. L. lVats0n, faculty business sponsorg Bliss Chris- tine Fowler, editor-inechiefg john li. Hearne, business manager, and the following staff of reporters: Gordon Fowler O. E. Hugo J. L. Green Thelma Yvaddell Josephine Smith Uelmas Fitz Louis Hamilton Annie Lou NVagggoner llargaret Vzuighan ' 1532353 H V ' "f V. -' Qf ' ' 1- . ' 4 I , e s wift-r , k A . X, Q ,y in , , ' Yi w A 'Q Q' 'rf if rf i. 1 Y - r-Qfxfim a if ries.,-11 L - 1445?- f AV -ir 5 f' "W, O X if ij' I W 45 L 1 K N A,., W i 5 C L L' B S Q 'M V I APU 4 THE MOUNTAINEERS' CLUB 'I' I' I II ' I'II' I' 'II'II II II-II 'II I- Il I 'II II Il-II:II-II'II Il-IPD rn'll'il"l'll'l"lli'i'i'l i""ii'l'ii' -li-1 Lal. -II-II-II-II-II-II-II-II-II-Il-Il-II- I-II-II-II-ll-II-II-ll-Il-Il-ll-II-II-II-ILA LI, good elubs must have ii good purpose. Although the members of the Bloun- tziineers' Club were thrown together by the will of "the law," the boys were irtiinxitely associated during many hours of "bull ring" duty, and thus became so attached that they organized the lllountaineers' Club for the purpose of staying to- gether. There :ire no officers in the lllountzuneers' Club. Students become eligible for membership only when they have served at least eight hours in the "bull ring." The brittle ery is "Everybody up!" The pass word is "Board of Health." PERSON NEI, Coleman Casey, Social Guy Dennis Butler, Hash Slinger, President Austen Hargrave, Shine Boy, Vice-President Newman Casey, Sgt. Stzlndup Cordel Pringle, Dish XVzisher lack Newman, Gun Toter Lewis Riddle, Cnspidor liezirer -I. lVziggoner, Official Griper tl. A. Net-ee, One of the Boys sl. P. Spence. Pezieeinziker 411751- J - eil 1411 li? - f- A T-f V2-1 -vi . V Jllel-IN gg HASKELL COUNTY CLUB n AI'II'll"ll'll'll'Il'll'll'll'lI'll'll'll'I -ll-'ll'll'll'll'll'll-ll-ll'll'll-ll'll'lr'1 vUsIEIIEIIllIllllIllIl!ll!ll!ll!ll!lllll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!IIIll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!laP.s THE individuality and originality of the students from Haskell County are fast becoming one of the traditions of N. T. A. C. Perhaps perpetuating they trzulition was the immediate cause for organizing the Haskell County Club in September, IQ27. Illinois had her "Red" Grange, A. X TNI. had her -loel Hunt, but N. T. A. C. has her men from Haskell County. PICRSONNICI, Elbert jackson llansell Bragg Paul llansell, Vice-Presimlent Jack Russell L. D. Ratliff T. B. Bagwell, Secretary-Treasurer Kliss Dorothy Yatesi Sponsor Sydney lV1'igl1t, Presitlent Rlark YVadzek , ,!': ,.,. ' X ' X ft' ' . -... 1-01- Y Q 0-CA,,n ' +l147+f+ ' . i ,4 , ' X N 1 'lllrlli HOUSEHOLD ART S CLUB ' ' I' 'll' ll'll"ll'll'll"ll' I ll"ll'll l'll"ll'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll"l"' EgEIIEIIEEEIIEIIEIl!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll! !ll!ll!ll!ll!.ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll'1 N ortler that the Household Arts Club might come in closer Contact with the home. its membership was extended in 1927-28 to foriner students who live near enough l to the College to be active members. The Club aims to improve the living habits in the home and Community anal thus ilevelnp a tlesire for the knowledge of practical Home Economics. The Club is affiliateil with the Texas Home lfeonomies Association. l PERSONNIQL lilizabeth Ainns, Set'.f'l're:ls, Franees llutlnall livelyn Sliaekelfoiwl Fay Artliur, Vive-Presitlent hlelvine ,larratt 'Insephine Smith Thelina liuteher Nlargaret Leslie Annie Sewell I.ueille liurress Cleo Law Nlary Tucker Kate lirysun Ruby Llrncl Rufie D. Thrash lilirabeth V. Vullins Nellie XVartl Muure Pauline Tucker XVillie Mae Cashinn Merle lNIel'uuI Neil Victory Mabel Christnian lithlyn Mefombs Virginia Vaught llnris Cowan Dorutliv MeC'mvn llelen XVinsteatl XVilma Cnvey lnez Mayes Doris VVatle Nlarguerite Davis XVilma Manley Miss Fthel Barber Mildred Doyle Christine Milton Estelle VVright Ruth llavis Louise Nobles Thelma VVacltlell Katherine lillis Olga Pickens Fannie Mae XVillis Virginia Galbraith Sallie l,ee Park linla VVillis :Xrlvne liallmvav Violet Riehartlsnn Dnrnthv Yates XVillie Mae llinkle lfernl Spruiell, Presiclent Aclelle Tntlcl Anna llartleman Ruth Spruiell .luv foley Mary lilma lliett Nellie Mae Stacks Laura lireighan .-Xline Smith ' t is ' - 'Y 15 , ' jf , 4 . " , ' - 1 . 1 v C 1 V x A ' W 4 , l' W V r I -J l ' i.4,' Y 1 ' ' . ' 1 fe ' li O l l li . t. V. .- V " X -Haig. - Y l F. t , V A. 4,0 - E , .r Q l 6' , -z ' .321 fl vv 2. Af . l I 1 f. "i, I N V Q 5' WA V y 7 U ii ffm V f A All I l ' ' 1 ' P? V i ns' 4- X . , ,, -Y ' 1 Af' , :infX'r+ A u - 148 ls - ll . fQ1,ofA'A-h x. COMMERCIAL CLUB f1l'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'lI'l l-ll-u-lr I-lI-II-ll-Il-ll-ll-lu-ll-ll-IM hadIllIllI:IlllllllllllllsllllllllllIlllalllllllllllleIIEIIEIIIII!ll!IIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIL-U' STUDENTS who a1'e taking one major or two minor subjects in the commercial arts department are eligible to membership in the Commercial Club. The Club has functioned for four years for the purpose of promoting the instructive and social ZlllX'ZlllCC1UCllt IICCCSSHTY lOl' fl'lC yflllllg bllSll1CSS lllilll Ol' XVOIHQIII. PERSONNEL Klason VV. Altman, President Otis Norwood lllarquis Boswell joe Pope Edith Busby A James Christopher Dee Coleman, Vice-President Katherine Ellis VV. C. Evans Gladys Gunter YVillie lllae Hinkle Robert Horton bl. B. Houston Frances Hudnall Grant jackson VVebb .loiner Fredna lllae jones James Luttrell Ray lXICCull0eh L. G. hleier, -Ii john A. Neeee YVillie blue Reeves C. L. Robinson Annie Sewell XVeldon Swinnea Vi .I rginia Smith . F. Smith Evelyn Trigg, Secty-Treas. Pauline Tucker llargaret Vaughn Ovidio Vizeaino Anna Lou lVaggoner Lucille lVhitley Pairlee VVilliams Sidney Vvright Hoskins lveayer Zelda Ramsey, Sponsor llr. Stagner, Sponsor V Q LV J, Q f , ' , - v 1 G I. I 7. 43, Q X is V V h W 'f' if , 'i . it K. gs 1 , - xg V, X ,- 1-HN-Q J if-F 4 1+-f . THE OFFICERS' CLUB f1l'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'l l-ll-ll-ll l'lI'Il"ll"'ll'll'll'll'll'll'lP1 Ludlllllllllllllglllllelllll!ll:ll:lllll:llElllllllllllllllglllllllllllellelllllllllllllhup! THE OFFICERS CI.L'P, represents dignity, discipline, duty, and dominance. In it are vested the powers necessary to maintain a military school of the best type. Its members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, discipline, leadership, fidelity, and military ability. Each member is a student instructor, directly under the supervision of the Professor of Military Science and Tactics. PERSONNEL 2nd. Lt. -lohn lg. Hearne lst Lt. R. VVeayer lst Lt. Carl VVhittle Ist Lt. XV. T. YVeaver, Secty-Treas. Zllll Lt. Tommy Scale 2nd Lt. hlaurice Dorward 2nd Lt. Rouble Barron Capt. hlurray Dodson 2nd Lt. joe Pope Capt. Billy Swift lst Lt. john E. Creecy Ist Lt. R. KI. Lawson, Lf S. A.. N 2nd Lt. jesse Fry P. ll. S. X T. l lst Lt. Hollis P. Ford Klajor Harvey T. Thompson. Pres lst Lt. R. L. Hunter Commandant Fred B. Norris Ist Lt. -lesse Cearley Capt. XVallace Ewell, Vice-Pres lst Lt. H. C. YVilliams Capt. llee Coleman I , ? y E i 4 1, I ,, ,. I my - 'i i A' i f? 9 'f 3 ' 'Q I , 'ala V Q - L , , ng V. tv 4,34 I ' 4 Ja . x 5 ,JDS iv . ' 'V tx iii 'e N 4 is It Q i -. -. E- t- 1 . Q g F 'f k 5 . ' 5 f ' V ep' 257 ' - X :' Ja 4 ' 2: Q. , 'I 5: , ' . ' , A K vig., ' f. - 'Q f11fx1'1 v oxg,-n u - -if lj!! lj? - fi' 0 L ?.,,. , .. ,s, , ,, A f.. -1 ' Q1q..flff1.,-. 4-.p-1gf,,.4.u iQ Y In 'ITJ xc X i Y X N N ,V Y, W Fl HP, SBRCIBAN FS CLUB "il'll'll'll'll'lI'll'll'll'll'll' l'll"ll'l l'll'll'll'll'll'll'l 'll'll'll'l 'll'll'lf1 andIElIEll:llEll:IIlllellelllllllllilllllllgl IllIllIllIll!!IIllI!lglllellllllll-IIIIIIILUW HE SERGEANTS' Cl.L'l4, which is the first non-comissionetl officers' club in the history of N.T. A. C., was orgzinized for the purpose of raising the stzuulzml of proficiency among the non-coms and of cooperating in the enactment of the rules and regulations of the College. The Club seeks to train tht- cadet for leadership :incl to show him his responsibility us :in example to the men in his Company. PERSC JNXICI, li. Uorwzird, Ist Sgt. A Co., Presitlent R. hIcCulloch, Line Sgt. I3 Co. D. Butler, Ist Sgt. B. Co. A. Hargraves, Line Sgt. C Co. G. A. Ford, Line Sgt. B. Co., Sec-Treas. Rl. Gzirland, Line Sgt. C Co. LI. F. Smith, Line Sgt. A Co. bl. Gordon, lst Sgt. Band N. Casey, Line Sgt. A Co. KI. Altman, lst Sgt. lirunl L. Riddle, jr., Line Sgt. A Co. L. lit'Zll'bY, Line Sgt. llzunl bl. DeYVitt, Line Sgt. A Co. -I. Newman, Color Sgt. R. Hzlrron, Line Sgt. B Co. O. Hugo, Sgt. hlzijoi' E. Reeves. Line Sgt. B. Co. R. Horton. Utum llzijor X l i' ' if Q' S , N W W f' ' 1 ' :gh U 1' S' ' Af fi f-1fN-t I 1: w-uxxkfu' -sf ISI fre' SANS SOUCI rwI-II-lI-II-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-I l'll'lI'll'II'II'll'll'll"ll"ll"ll'll'll'lf'i Lnalllllllllllllllllllillllliullllllhlllll IlllllllllllllullIll!!ll!ll!ll!ll!u!ll!lL"a HE SANS Sorel C1.L'n is one of the clubs in N. T. A. C. which has stood the test of time. During its five years of existence it has won Z1 prestige which is eyei reflected in the genteel character of its personnel. During the year IQ27-28 the Cluh has heen active in social functions. PERSONNEL lfvelyn Shackelford, Vice-Presiclent lllargaret Vaughn, President Kliss Laura Hreighan, Sponsor Nellie VV:11'd llloore. Secretary-Treasnrer Klildred Doyle Iosephine Smith Ferol Spruiell lllerle lNIcCool Elizabeth Vandayeer Collins Thelma lV:ulnlell Louise lVeakly Ax '-fv..i L3 - v f 412. r-fX-r- l J 09,0 c , .5213-2ff,, THE PRE-MED CLUB F1l"lI'Il"ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'lI'll'll'l:l'll'll'll"ll'll'll'll'lI'll'll'll'll'll'lPW VndI:ll:lIllI:llEII:ll:IIllI:II:IIllIllI:II:liI-IIEII-lllll-llell-llll Illll llllllalllll-nd THE GROVVTH of the Pre-medical department of N. T. A. C. in 1927-28. warranted the organization of the Pre-llled Club. The chief objectives of the Club are to further the interests in the medical profession and to render services to the pre-medical depzlrtmcnt. PERSONNEL lllurray Dodson, President Norwood Hiett, Vice-President VVeld0n Brower, Secretary-Treasurer Irvin Hemmle VV. J. Harlan Charles lNIcDonald. Sponsor Billy Swift Raymond lvillis 1-HN-1 U Dxg-fd U 'el 153 lie - e ' rf it - -U3 v ,. - V 'U'-L' ' ,A.,l"0 AvoLI3NTE' ll ll-ll-ll-ll-ll.ll-ll-ll.ll-ll-ll ll ll ll I ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll I I In I fdl-II-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-II-ll-Il-ll-ll-ll-Ill!-I -IIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIEIIIIIIIIEIIEIIIILUI ' I 'HF .AVULENTIE CI.L'l2 was organized at N. T. A. C. in 1923. lllenibership is liniiteil to twenty girls. The purpose of the Club is purely a social one. Eligi- bility for membership is based entirely on Congeniality and general ability. PERSONNEL Virginia Vaught, Secretary-Treasurer Klary Ellen Cannon, Vice-Presitlent lfranees l-luilnall Doris XVade Dorothy Yates, President Pauline Tucker Doris Barnes llrs. XV. L. Hughes, Sponsor lliss Klyrtle Rawls, Sponsor Catherine XVillianison llailge Bozzell Ouida lleliissiek Ftlilyn lxICUO1l1bS Klarguerite Davis lfredna Klae jones Dixie Yates Peggy Bullock lrene Grevvf A bb Lollle Smith , 4 J, C 4 ' ,N ,, M ' ' 5 1 i v 'i if 5 C55 4 in , y C I ,I 1 Y '-,, H 'L 1: 2 Y f A . g g .g , is 1-KN- 'el 15+ 'N Y fl LA DOCENA 4Q-k--- -lm' -1I-ll-n-ll-ll-ll-ll'll-ll-l ll'lI"lI'II'lll'll'll"ll'Il'lI'II'll'll"ll'll'll'll'll'li"l .Fal!ll!llllllllilllllllllll!ll!u!ll!lIll!!lilhlllllllllI!!Illlllllllluill!ll!ll!ll!laF.4 ON THE SOCIAL CALENDAR of N. T. A. C.. lizive zippeuresl severzil unique ' entertziiumeuts sponsored by the La IJOCCIIII Club. La Uoceuzi is :1 new Club, but it has made its plziee iii N. T. A. C. life since its 0l'gZllllZ!lIl0Il in Nrn'euilie1'. PERSONNHI, Elizubcrli Amos, Secretu1'y-Trezisurex' Thelma Butcher llabel Christmzui. Vice-l'i'esiileut Christine llliltou Doris Cowan Bliss Nnruizui Clizitlizim, Spuusm' Sallie Lee lJ:u'k, Presimleiit Bliss Ethel l5zu'bei'. HfJl1fDl'I11'y' llemlwei' Violet RlCll2ll'llSOl1 llziry Tucker Neil Victory lvzi Lee XVliitson llurotliy KICLXOXYII f K x 6 Q , .yi r R Q 3 Q as N x 1 . G 8 - 1 'K V l . N l ' .- - 7 Q- n. 1,-0 Y .-I ...- 1-. ' 'li IDD 71" 5 f -e efglini . THF FORT VVORTII CLUB lllllllllllllllllllllll I lllllllllllllllll lllllllll A W"'iiiiii'iiiiiiiHiiiii"""""'f' dkllll.ll..ll.ll.ll.ll.ll.ll.ll..ll.ll.ll.ll. I .Il..ll.ll.ll.ll!ll!ll!ll!llEllllllllillildls ' I 'H If l"0RT XVORTH C1114 has been a "live wire" in N. T. A. C. since its organizin- tion in October, 1927. The tulent possessed by zi high per cent of its members has caused it to he ai favorable source of entertziinnient for the weekly ussemhlx' progiwune PERSONNEL XVilliam lizirrow Carrie Louise hlerule LeRoy lligley Dorothy fXIcCown Klarquis Boswell Clarence hIcGee UeXVitt Blair Clinton llorton Chnncey Corse Cordell Pringle Harold Cox YVillie Klae Reeve. YVilmn Covey Bill Schutts l'ftlu'in Dodson Billy Swift Donald lflliott l7eYVitt Thomas xxlilllllft' Ewell. Vice President Klorris xxlllllicl' Cl. A. Ford Robert Xvheeler Rex lfreeniznn Tommy XVhitehurst Klzulison Gzirlzuitl, Presitlent Lucille XVhitley Arlyne Galloway Euler XVillis Rohert Horton Hirznn YVillis Lelzintl Hunter Oliver YVilson Ralph liiiykeiulzxll Lore Yarhrougli Cleo Lznv lfclwartl Reeves Q . :Q , g V- In ' . V ,Y i K ?, X, i,,I-. 7 S L 'Q ,. .I - at lil -Q 5 0 if N ' x ' , , 1 , fi. .. ir! :Y in ' f V 'Y I 74 1 vw A wir-195 ,--fx,--Q ' ---nXLV-ol4f- - il l'fJ ,hs - 'l D 1" -v:n,. lg. L 'W H f . THE DALLAS CLUB 1l'll'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll"'ll'll"ll IIl'll'll'll'll'Il'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'lF'i dblllllllhllllilllllllllll!ll!ll!ll.'!ll!ll!l lllllll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!llillillllllllllllldh HE I3AI.l..XS C1113 was organized in September 11327, for the purpose of promoting social activities among the students in N. T. A. C. who live in Dallas. Sinee its organization the Club has been very active. having hail many social functions tluring the year. Among these functions were a Spanish party, 21 huneo party. :intl a pieniif at Yvhite lVay Park. Dallas. Anna Hartleman PERSONNEL Bill Cooper Evelyn Shaekeltortl, Vice-llresialent Frances Hutlnall Austen Harg1'avt-, Presiclent Raymond Yvillis Josephine Smith, SC'Cl'CfZll'j'-'11l'C1lSlll'L'I' lllargaret Vaughn Bill YVeaver Louis Hamilton Eugenia Nicks Carroll ,lack Aloe lVeaver lllilmlreil Doyle George Coley Dorothy Greene Edith Hamilton liflwartl Shaekeltortl Oliver lVilson Billie Smith -loy foley . ' i A if' Q 1 ' -S - X 1 sly . FV V A a V ,-V 4 r , ' -' ' it 5 Q 5.1. X xx f-VN? 1--'X:lT -' D J-.fxfll J' ' " -' -is 157 if- gi. THE DE MOLAY CLUB u Al-ll-ll'll-ll-ll'lI- I-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll Il II ll ll ll ln 4 Y 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 I I I H S I 1 YU hun!l-ll-ll.II-II-II-ll-Il-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-I l:ll!ll!ll:ll!ll! llll!ll!ll!.u!lI!ll!ll!laFs AMONG the Cadets of N. T. A. C. there are a spirit and a morale which run I parallel to the ideals of De lllolay. In order that this spirit might be supported and encouraged, the De llolay Club was organized. The members of the Club strive to be beneficial by befriending their fellow men. PERSONNEL .lack Newman Lewis Riddle, jr., President L. Al. llleier, slr., Vice-President john B. Hearne, Secretary Leon Chandler G. A. Ford Donald Elliot D. A. Biekel, Sponsor Dee Coleman H. T. Thompson XV. J. Harlan Ray McCulloch Billy Swift lllauriee Dorward Dilmas Fitz 5 ! q W YN X, l l 1 W. I I - . . - I ' ' fig T L A ,J 1? A 5 Q.. . 'HQQ' ' ii' 4. . .5 1 . V 1 4 i. MQ. . V X Q :gil so I ' 'L' 1 , .-O.- ' . , . . X... i A ' . , ss 1 E3 fs! A V V L fp T s is r--KX-r-t J-1-Dxj,-,AO B -W 153 if '- Q Q fs I-?f-.P ' Blok T BULL PEN SOCIETY r-11'-ll-ll-ll'-' rn- I-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll-ll'l l'll'll"ll'll"ll'Il"ll' l"ll'll'll'lP dk :llEllllllllglIllIllllllllIlllllllllellllllllllllllll Ill!!Illll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!lL HATS in El name? N. T. A. C. does not offer a training course for torezulors, but :1 toreador might be reluctant to compete with 21 member of the "Hull Pen Soeietyu in-conversation. This Club gets its name from the progrznns which it sponsors daily. These progrznns inelude yarn-swapping fniembers have been excluded for telling the truthl, shoe shining, singing. broom testing, and speech-making. Al- though the primary object of the Club is to provide entertainment for its members. it has been n worthy organization in that it is a prominent factor in promoting El wholesome school spirit. PERSONNEL XV. lf. HZIITCJXV-xlZll1lIOl' detail -I. D. liellamy-.lzmitor detail XVitt Blair-Shine boy .lack llouthitt-lllember of trio A. H. Duke-Vice-President R. li. Freeman-General bullshooter C. U. Giegling-General bullshooter H. ll. Hall-lllember of trio A. Al. l-largrave-President XV. C. .lack-Shine boy R. B. Kuykenhall-Sgt. at Arms Al. E. lVaggoner-lllilitziry show-off Hill Sehutts-Une of the boys L. L. lllalzlise-Seeretziry -Iesse Fry-Another one of the boys 1 N Qt... T i 1'- , Y... W . X ,, .145 ,Q J W KB A . V .. '7 if ..' 'if f ' 5 i u - - ,x.-- ll J" Q A! .--Jw-. .-. .7 l' L '1 ' A CLCAJG A e2f159iie - dk ,J v PHI KAPPA THETA WI'll'll'lI'll'Il'll'll'll-ll'll'll-ll-ll' l'll"ll"ll'll'll'll'll'll"ll"ll'Il'll'll'lf1 Lualllllllillllllllill!llllllllllllllllllllli IIll!llEIIEIIEIIllllll!!lilllllilllllilllldih I,'l'HOL'GH the Phi Kappa Theta is just one year old, its objectives are moving toward materialization. This is shown by the increase in the membership which advanced from seven members to seventeen during the present year. The objectives are to develop a spirit of devotion to study and to encourage scholarly ideals. Those people who take a minimum of fifteen credit hours of College work, and who maintain an average of above 899 automatically become members of the Club. PERSONNEL Nunnally Stephenson lfranees Hudnall Ottoniar Hugo. Vice-President Christine Fowler, President Gordon Fowler Doris Brown Edith Hamilton -loseph VVeaver llladge Bozzell Steva Ross VVhitehead YVilma Covey Raymond XVillis Anna Lou YVaggoner, Seety-Treas. lllargaret VVise johnson Eula Vvillis George Coley Joy Coley . Q . f :, . 'f , jj- - tk -, if f fl' c., A , L . I A X ' A V.. Y., N - IS: 'll , , ' ' V, fa . tg .. , '-I . I, R .. if - 3 f I .f.. a t A ' W , A 'X 4- Xlh'-lin7Tx rlfxr'-Q J lrxntfa 0 - lou lie-- ID .-Q.TLlQi1Td 1 f get 7 slil THE CO-GP CLUB 'ZI'II'II'II'II'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll'll'll' I'II'Il'lI'II'Il'll"ll'll'll'll'll'll'll'lf1 L94I!llllllllllllllhllllllllllhlllllllllll dull!!lllllllIllIlll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!ll!m' EELING desirous that each cooperative student should more perfectly reflect two of the main objectives of education, self reliance and leadership, the group organized into a Cooperative Club at the beginning of the present school year. In order that each student may receive a maximum of training, no officer is allowed to succeed himself nor to hold office for more than a three months period. Thus each pupil is encouraged to preside gracefully at any Club meeting, to express himself with ease, and to respond to various activities of the Club program. PERSONNEL R. L. Allen C. YV. liinzy Leonard Bass Edgar Kearby, Vice-l'res.. lst Term l sl. YV. Bryan -Iohn llcljaniel llrs. Zeigler, Sponsor Percy Cogits VV. J. lloslev G. B. Nolen O. RI. Crouch. Pres., lst Term Norwood Norman Travis Clark, Pres, 2nd Term lllarcus Pitts, Sec-Treas., lst Term RI. E. Dollahite Horace Priddv L. C. Derryberry Clyde Stewart, V-Pres., 2nd Term E. J. Dodson Al. C. YVesley Olin C. Everett Truett VVeatherby John S. Finch, Sec'v-Treas., lst Term Sam VVhite H. A. Gathings Thurman A. XVood John L. Hall Roy Yeatts C. B. johnson joseph Zajicek 1? x 1 . E l Xi ' . E ' Q r f if H A . 5 rg if , 'f .L i all .J - if M E . 1 ! .Z , Q, I Q. .1 ' 1 3 2 1 vi... U' y Q . ' uf. da . a J e P , 4 ' ,"v 5-1 ' 'Q , 1, 1 la .: " . ' " L ' ' -Q4 Zin ' '- e 2 . if A gi: - , , Q f-f H-1 1--U-' rm'-U" -ei 114,11 L - 1 -.4 im 5..- dk ffQfffl .rrr vffQ'fQifi 'W !-V Tl l If LITTLE THEATRE ' l'll'lI' l'll'll'll'll'll'll'll"ll"lI'll" 'll'll'll'll'Il'll"ll"'ll"ll"ll"ll'll'Il'lf'1 LUSIEIIEIIEIl!ll!ll!ll!ll!llIll!! !ll!ll!l E I!.ll!ll!ll!lllllllIlll!ll!ll!ll!ll!llL'll!luF1 HI-I l,ITTI.E T111z,1'1'1112 C1111 for the year 11227-28 began 1111 e11tl111si:1stic year i111111e1li:1tel1' on the opening of the fz1ll term. lfml' to Ihr' 1"llI'lll was soon cast. :mil tl1e l'L'QlllZl1', weekly n1iscellz111e011s p1'0g1'a111s gave way to tl1e 1'el1ez1rsr1ls. The Club co-ope1'z1te1l i11 tlie building of llCCCSS2ll'j' scenery and tl1e sale of seats for the play. After Cl1I'lSfIIl1lS tl1e chief interest centered i11 one-uct plays. ln Feb1'11:11'y Il cn11stit11ti1111 was 1l1'z1w11 1111 :intl a inure efficient 0l'gZllliZZ1fi0Il was effected. iXl,XRIT.XRFl X111 r:11x . ............. Pri-xhirnl KNIIE Bkvsrnx . . . . . l'11w-l'w,vi1I1'rzt l:llII.YN MCC'0M11s ,..... . . Smr'wn11'y-T1'f'a.r111'rr lilivnlweth A1111 s ,Akllllll llZlI'llClTl1llI Rufie D. Tl11'11sl1 Faye .-Xrtliur A11Nte11 llnrgrnve Mary Tucker XVitt lilzlir lNln111'i11e llny Virginia Vmight 'I'. li. lingxvell, jr. ,l. li. lIe11r11e Doris xxvllllt' Mnrquix limwell -I. D. llmlcr Mark XV1llllt'Clx litlith lgllflij' Mary lilmn lliett C':1tl1eri11e XXYllllillll5 Peggy li11llm-lt l"1':1111'es H11d11:1ll liannie Mate XVillis 'l'l1el1r1:1 l511t1'l1er llelen ll1111t llelen Xxyllliiffltl Mary Iillen clllllllllll R. l.. Hunter l71'e1l11:1 Mae 'Innes Nlnlwel K'l11'iNt111:111 Melvine -llll'I'llIl Nlllfflllfff Leslie .l. XV. C'l11'iNt41pl1e1' Olga Piekenx Merle NIL'clUlll Xvlllllll Uvvey Clexlwy Pcltterwii Dnrntliy' lvlCCOXYlI Ruth Davis Xxvllltfi' Payne, Alr. Unicln Meliissick lX'lIlI'flLIk'I'lIL' Davis Sallie Lee Park I,. CI. Meier, jr. .Inek l71111tl1itt jne Pope C'l1risti11e Milton Milalred Drnle Yinlet Ricl1:11'dsn11 Mzlrjnrie Mitchell l'h1'ixti11e lfmxlei' lfvrlyn Sl1:1cl.elfn1'cl Nellie Xxvllfll lNl00l'8 .'Xl'lfIlt' li1lll0XY1lj lf1l11:11'1l Slixlckelfonl -I. I.. NCXNITIZIII Yirgi11i:1 li11Il1r11itl1 C':1rl Sewinm I.. T. N1111l:1i11 Gladys Gunter Yir1.:i11i:1 Smith Dick Yates l.ett:1 lirimex xvflllllll Swi1111e:1 I7f1r111I1y Ytltex ll. lf. Smith Dixie Yates FII' li:-. 1-KH-Q J "1-Lglfgiin -' la , - mi jill JA. AGGHE BUUSTERS 0 0006 g Q Q9 Q Q ly 0 4' M 1 Qpi U U U U .uk 0, 1, W ,,Q1.-..L-Qi i kxf'ui..ln ,fq,1.,1,,1.,1, 1 1 1 1 1.1.1.1.1.1.,1:,1,,1,U1,,1..1f,1,,1,,1,,1 1 1 1 1 img U U u u U U U U H The C0llIblIIl1fl0U 0fNez1f11e55 and Qualzbf zkz U U U ' U H Um' Ulewrms 3 U U U make them the U Bef! u Q for the N. T ff. C.Cz1de1' u U U U U U U U ! u n Q U n ' U U ' U U U U U u u U U U U u U U U U U 5 FRANK BROS. 6 MILITARY SUPPLY COMPANY Alalnm Plaza San Antonio, Texas P U U U U ....... . ........... , .......... U .-fx.-. F-41--ar J 09,0 c f -e1Ulfn,l,UU:. r 1, ' -1, q, 'I f- rv R ijgvtiuf , L .- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ca-,1 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 1 1 14-1--1.-1011-11.1 1 11.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111-V . D U U U U orth Texas 5 Agricultural i ollege U U U U U . U A co-educational branch ofthe main A. SL M. Q College of Texas. A vivacious young insti- play, and social diversion. A college that if 6 tution with an attractive program of study, growing in popularity with purposeful stu- dents of high ambitions. U U U E. E. DAVIS, Dean NORTH TEXAS AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE ARLINGTON, TEXAS 3 11 111111:1111111111111111111-1-1030 ,-1-fx-, ,1fF"Ll"UA J 5'xA.f'U f -:Ll lflSf1f r Fifpiimaa, U 4151-USQQPQ., U P 1 l I 2 l U ' if U i . U U I i U mog l U i l U U U U 3 ,7 NOTHER new word 1 smog. A weather U man in a smoky city dug it up. It means a U heavy blend of smoke-soot-and-fog in the early morn- II . , , . . . H ing. qlf' lhis is one word Arlington people can not use, U amusing though it is. They have no smog. qi' Arling- l U y , ton has natural gas. COUNTY GAS COMPANY uu1o1n1 111111 1 111111 -1-i11i1i.11v1ii14i111-1 11 -1 1 1 1 1 -1 1o1 U For Your Special Trips 3 --and your daily transportation needs 3 Tfzel TERURB Q SERVE YOU BEST ll 1.0.1 U Years of operarioii anil experience in supplying transportzltion to N. T. A. C U and eonnnuiiirim-5 along the lnrerurhan lines enable us to render you the bcs . :unl Cla-hurne. U U n Northern Texas Traction Company XVIC APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE. o 1 .1 'o .ga-az.: : .- :az R .U WIT'-""i?1x 1-1fNr-- -1 wxkfu L Y lirlx:f- - ,' fan111111101011-ii-1.-101I1-111.iq-ni-1-v1iiqu.-.1n1w1-i1-1 1 11 1 1 1 101 1 in safe, rlepenilahle, llllll fast service between ixI'llllglf0ll1I"OI'I lVorth7l7zlllz1s- Wfeeeee W-fe as--I ef--fzla' fe W W !i,,iI, 09g ife giigeegg Y , I,,TWWmW-,lgefi "'g1T:," ,L - W W V 1n1U1M1-A.. I .g..W- .- .- : W W i W 1 WW W W,W gl W WW 111 WW WW W W W 1 WW W W W W W I IW WW ni? W WW W i . Rf , f--1 .gn mama ARI,ING'l'ON'S FAMOUS CARLSBAD MINERAL NVATHR Q i.,, . 'Q .Jr'f1'11f1Io11, Tflf' Conllillg Ht'r1fff1 Rexorl of ffm' .S'o11lf1'It'f',il 0 ?, i. 'Q NI.-Xlili ARLINGTON YOVR II! ,,,,-,,-,,, -,,-.,-,,-4,,,,,,,,U,,,-,,-,,..,lhlnlnlo .lfoxi HIllI.lt'Ilfjl'H per ffoffur X ix 0l7flIlIZt'ff from O Q Herman 1 , , Q Quality' Shut I-lhRMAN 5 Q We -w -X ' Q SUPER snRv1C11 Q Q iQ, SHOES Wt, 0 W9- . . W Q Iuxhaustive YVar Department tests evnlved - the famous Munson last uith attendant F 5PE'CifiC1lIillIlN for high grade leathers and skilled workmanship-cnmhined in ller- A J man's Super-Service Shoes. ' !1""',,, Over 4,000,000 pairs nf Herman Shnex, many huilt nn the Munson last, have heen hought hy the If S. Army, Navy and ff NW ? Niarine Curps and given splendid service Hgymglifg 9 under every eunditinn in praetirallv every Plain 'I'm, V 0' euuntry. W 'Q 5 Naturally, Iierman's Shuts are famuus fur NU' 'WZ fi G their efnrlfnrt, Ease and font pmtectinn as fig well as their long, satisfactory service at ,SO low Cost "per mile." I 4 ,QT-7 A, .W-.., 2, f WOQFPH M HF RNIAN' L I o A - A 1 H1012 C0. J BUSTQN, lhss. ,,.,,, ..---""'r ui- np.:-ziz.:az-1:1-:.l:..:.::.W:W:..:.i..1-.:..1..1W,i-1 f QL, , WW-W .1,7gf. - -- --W - -f-f.:rp11,.fv.T L,Y'r-p':-Lf:-1-:1v W ' ' F. . T, fe UAL. ee . 3 i - . - - - - - - lZl'rrZ1fT11QT'z1I 511' llrmfl- il H 'T he Arlington Iournal I you ,,,, jf . , 3 l'uzR1u'Rims.,P11l11i1lm-1 U PI+:RP'ECT SYSTEL1 : II , , - II 1 - 2 BAKERY I 2 bee us for U - U H l Il H, . . ,, : "l1l' 'Vrl 5 'I' I H F1111 Bm .lab P,-111111151 "l'f,",,fA.'Qff ',,Z,f,ffif' ""' I H E : H Phone No. 7 Phone 128 ARLINGT0N,rl1EXAS - II : U..:..: 2 1- :nz :.,:..:..:..:.: :..:..g..:..: :..:..:.2..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:.L - H - u - . . 1 N 1 ' 1 ' . u Q R. W. MQ1XN1c.H1 3 COL LT BR ff SONQ f 1 1 . , -. . f U Groceries and hleat DLpend'lblC Drugglbh 1' U X 1 V , v AR1.1xGToN,TExAs II LOL NTRY PRODL CE E FRVITS AND VEGETABLES 112- arf' ylzlzl to serw' flu' stuzlenfx of L H N. T. 11. C., 111111 our 5e1'fz1i1'1'5 arf' D 24- ' Pll0'W5 ' 25 Ilf their 1'o111l11111111. L C I . H1.111111-giilniuiuinilnlmln1-ni:-1:-1-lin: l llliliillillllll lllllllvilli ill' U , H l DODGI1 BROT HERB i Slaughter hfotor 1 U U Companv L U u f I ll Authorized Sales and Service . Q U E lmcoln Fordson K II l H 1 - h . h -N , , H 3 Telephone 248-249 . W rig t Blot cis G.1lHgL U . U Cars - Trucks - Tractors l U Pl10lW 300 'XRIIYCTOY TEXAS ll H A 1 A I A ' H 5 l i,:,,:,:4,:,,:.,:,,: ,:,:,,:,,:,,:,,:-.,.:..2-..:..:..:..IU:1:..:..:..:.,:..:.,:..:..... H , H . . , . 1 . l 0 A Royal NVQ-leome Awaits the N. 'T. KIISSES VIXSOK AMD BRAIN ' A. C. Stulent: at ' . ' E K N Dainty Home Lunch The Fl1'St P1'CSDVtCl'l21Il lfrieil Chicken Dinners, . w 4 N J . Sandwiches, Cold Drinks . E Chlllth and Home-Blade Ice Cream H S. M. BENNETT. Pmfw' H Dallas-Ft. Worth iiighi--ay ' ' , ' 112 Miles Xvest of Arlington : H Arlington' Texas 3 Phone Arlington 162 l H4-K 1-K3- -.1-?oXf,.4o--0--' A -:il lfmfi - , ,-if 3 T' Wa E, t, T Eiga U . Q , Q Trav Daniel Company II In Port Worth or Dallas U U U hport Home XVl1L'l1 you are looking for Goo 3 PIWI.-',,,Ii,1gf0,4 HH, A-INIINI, Clothes for Less Follow the crowsl tr H and Sporlxnuui U - U U Athletie Equipment, Guns, Annnuni- Victqyfy Wilgfyn, IUC. U tion, Fishing Tackle. Golf and Radio II H wig Main St. Ft. XVorth, Tex. jfxxilis K. YVn.soN, Pl'f'.YiIll'I!f - ll U --qi.:-.:1.:u:n:--pn:-.:..-11,:i.:..:-.zui--:.,:..:--:H-:i ::,:..:--1-H: ,:..:..-. . U 3 Q1 d Q SANQJQQIVQQROS 6 U FORT YVORTH ' DALLAS ' YVACO 4 NYICHITA : U H 'weffe' Jtfqvfosfapff-9' U THE GREATEST STORE H FORT "mf" U IN FORT XVORTH H PHOTOGRAPHER H Fon PoPL'L.ARlTY SECTIUN 1"h"ff'J'U'1 fU'f'flUl4'11J'1' E Ol, JFNIOR AGGIE I1 14-gli-mln' 'lt1Xlf0l. H..:..: :0:..::.:..:.,:.,:..:..::.:::..:..g.......- :..:4:.::.:i.:..: :..:.,: 2. U U . U ll . ' Pittsbur ll Plate Cllass H Touchstone, W1Qht, g I H 1 d T z Company H GOIIII ey an Priee H Siam-W lo tl I V I The Texas Glass S Paint Compani : A Horn ' is 11111 ,runs r 'S 5 , , , i 'J ' F " it omtss - M1RRoRs U lllagnolia Building 5 3 321-323 South Klain Street H DALLAS TEXAS FORT XVORTH, TEXAS Q..:..:nz.:1.20:i,:u:n:f.I..:..:.,:..:f,g..:..:,:..:..:,.:g:..:..:..:..:..:.i:. H i . v . , 1. i FRESH AND CURED MEATS 15 NUR7 H TEXM 'UR i i E D Sandwiches and Hamburgers H Our Specialty E IT IS U C. VV. NICK NIGHT U a Q i CARROLL S 3 Grocery and luarket 208 N. Akard St. Dallas, Texa 1 0.0 -.s 9'xAf'0 41110 UH- - . -'i I. U7 TTT---Tl7XQQfLQgx1.k L. u.,L.-4U ef lillillillalll?-Txlllllllllllillillil'llililKITlllllllllrllPY.lIl4lillilll4lill,ill ill H L. I . BROVVF R ' INNAPPS U THE ln TER U Barber and Beauty Shop II I,:Itvst Styles ill Tailor Maile Suits U H Samples oII display :It E U I ,tl ' ' l N7 5 I H eAToN's VARIETY STORE H 'UU "Nfl for 1 . T. Al. C- ARI.INoToN, TIsx,xs C. L. KNAPI' ANNA DAVIS 5: ARLINGTON I N G g'l'HAILf LAUNDRY H Carter bc Company H lffficicut Lllllllllfj' Service X 5 IIRY CLEANING H 5 P 0 ff G U 0 d S : AND PRRSSINK' 1 U V V . 4 V I ARI.INGToN, TEXAS H ARl.INGTilN, 'I IINIIS H H..:..:..:.,:..II:I:..zu:..:..:I.:..:..:.,f..: .: : .:..:.,:..:..:.,:.,:.,:.,: :nz 3 H. F. Cannon Nursery Inf f.-- - I . T 0 . ll bl Floral Co. H i U fTI'0XVl'!'S of Selected Nursery Stock Bigger 117111 Brtfvr II Also Pvt Pl. ts 1 l ll K Fl ' 5 H . E l I.If1.llII IlI'lf'a,I.ffI, mm Thaumsh Chevrolet Co. H ARI,INoToN, TEXAS Phone 236 AIILINGTIIN, TEx.Is illlululllillluiulwviolwilloioiII1I-going.1IlolI.lI,i.,i,,l,,ll,l,i IU: C l ll You c'III't vo xx ronff if I 2 S I b I 5 you v T 3 have your shoe rebuilding U IXORATIAN Q lone at U Y N I , , I , N H DRE oooos Co. ll l he Qklllllfy Shop H By MII . If H Doe H.uI.EY himsvlf ' M F 0' All II ..-..:.,:..:.,:..:..:.,-.,:..: :.I:.I:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..: 2 ! U '1"II'n But Pl5:'?I'tiIr1 fjllfillfllllt' Insurance--IAXH Kinds f I 1' ciolden Phcasant "lf its TIIXIIIAIIIIH' iw II'ritIf if." v ,I . . II ' I n Rtbfdllfdllf H Davls ba Boudurzlnt U IRII7 CoIuIueI'ce Street .lgrnfs l lD.XLI..fXS, TEX.-Is Phone S2 Arlington, Texas li.,:.,: I :..:..-.,:.,:..:..:..: I : IUQ0:..:..:..:..:.,:..:.,:.,:..:..:.,:..:..: H U 2 I H A L T o M f S U The House of Diamonds II ,' -- , ii EVERYTHING MUSICAL H R1I""' Af mth Ii l2l3 ELM sr - DALLAS, Tex H PORT WORTH H U .lI'14'vlr1's and Sif'Z't'I'XlIlifllX ' ,igivgv ,ry-...I 1 44 1745 lla - Q 22lJHl-,., f 5 .ge gm 101.110?nininiuinlnlnii-in1-:1uTu:-.uinivi v1ifi:ii-1:1111-1-vluivviu1-cha Nlfty 51106 511015 n T HB COLLEGE INN U Best Aiaterial and xvorkmzmship H .lfross Sirrvf from Li11rU1f'rql1 fluff Students' Bzzsilzfss Giwn ' Sf,f,.i,,1 J,,l.,,,i0,, - ESTABLISHED FOR YOLR - Opposite T. S P. Depot SERVICE VV. H. SHANNON A. E. TR.'XX1,ER,Prnfv'i1'Iln' itll lvllllilinllllllillll!llll0-ililU?0l'llllflYUi:lil'Yi'liUl0l0l0lllilQ U ALXVAYS THE NENVEST U Asbestos CO., IDC. U D, . , T, U . ll ALMS FHS H T HE SLIPPER SHOP U H S03 Houston St. A Roof for every Building FURT WORTH. TEXAS :WI--20:-'I-iz-in-e:1'I1:-AIUfi:-Eze:-inwill-It-Iamazes-Ai S, ' VV SA -E LT YoL'R , , ll WH W Tl A 0 ROSE ERoT HERS U REXALL DRUG STORE WEBB BROIFHERQ H Real Estate and Loans . L Q U ARLINGTON, TEXAS ARLINGTON' TEXAS U . 1-ninini-finiuT-0in1011-1010if-i'fT4'ini"101"if'i"1"i"'i"i"l 1 ini U : 7 W C EOWMAN l CATON S U ' ' A H VARIETY ST RF U LUMEER Co n A O ' H J ' H Lnrgrxf II11lf'f5I'III1I'7lf Iillfiffj' Sion' : in Trxns A ALL KINDS Ol" VVe appreciate the splendid patronage BL'II,DlNG IXIATERIAL given us by the Faculty and Students - U of N. T. A. C. :":":":":":":":":":":":":NZDT":":":":"::':':'i:":":":":":": , Q 1 N Y . . U ARLINGTON JOE MLINNIGHT PLLTBIBING CQ. Cleaning and Pressing H For Quirk Sfrfziiff' Call fix ARLINGTON' TEXAS ARLiNc'roN, TEXAS II 2.2.2 2..2..2..2..2..2......2..-..2..2..2..2. 2..2.,2..2.2..2..2..2..2.,2,2 ,2,,2,U U ,. . U E, P, BRQWNIIEE T First Methodist Church 0 II is HERE TO SERVE U GROCERIES AND NOTIONS ll v 0 : STLDENTS AND FACULTY ' ' IVF mter io the xtuzlentx llflll tha' VVILL FIND A, CORDIAL ll1E'II1lIl'!'.Y of flu' fafully. XVELCQBIE 22521.32 21, 171 if lb 0"-4 - .,1,,x c c. 4, .3 J l P U U l 1 . ! G H- h as 1 FIFSI State Bank 1 r1 lt S 10. 1 3 Aiuaxcrox. TEXAS H . . 0 0 Lumber and Building H U - - H H Specialties ,I 1 1 l H E HARDVVOODS 1 . II ll u 3 f,'r1'o-Difvt Slzizlglrzv, ffr'fofr'.v Ufvsfnz H 111111 lm,-,11, Shrfr R011 H H 1H1r,co1x11x11 NIIX H 1m1,1,As.'1'13xAs S , , . H BANIX OF bIzRVICE l H h.:..:,.: :..:.:..:..:.,:..:,:..:.2.:..?.,: I 2 sz.: 2 I I I I I I. U H U W C. H IX SO 1 - ll , H Progresslve H I6I0 Bryan btreet H L DA1,1,As, 'l'1axAs : P ' ' Q U rmtmg U 1v1EnAR'1' II Steel lxrckers and Steel Shelving for C R Schools, Colleges, Y. M. C. A.'s, Y. VV. F C. A.'s, Office and Industrial Plants. H 9 . MEMRI 1 Fo1zT XVORTH. TEXAS U Gymnasium and playground apparatus, l H recognized as standard for 50 years U H VVALRVS D I,Ill'5fll'ilf0l'j' Furniture for physics, Chemis- E : try, Biology, Physiography, Domestic : II Science, Domestic Art, Agriculture, Man' E ual Trriining, Drawing, Kindergarten. H D lVlATTHEVVS n : Gas machines for furnishing heat for 1 U science and domestic science. U ll sc11AAR U H l.fll3UI'1ll0I'f' apparatus and supplies for H Physics, fhemistry, BioloHF'- Physiology, D 1 3 Physiography, General Science. - ll II Proud of Ihr H I,'11!11foy1u'.r Glmlfy I'illFlIi,Yl1l'll H ' H - Y H lylvm R,,,lH,.jf Nnrfh lrxwzs 'lyflflllfllflll College' -ik, . r-'wfxr-H AJ-D-lv?-' Q Q l72 lie - i u ...,N.gl.tv' - AQ .P D E A BEAl"lllFl'L ll AND PROGRESSIVE ! H7 , 51.01, , DEPARTMENT 2 '- 4 4 H IN A BEAl"l'lFl'L AND 1'R0Cg1x351V1f 5 fam-my and 3 2 1 . . :L lelzdlzzzeff H - Gillis- 5 I . Q .JI-zvayx Plmsnl ll To Sl'I"l'l' Thr Sfllllfllf II H U -V-xzfhem H l U ' U WE U MGNNIG S U , U FORTNVORTH U FORTXVORTH.TEXAS F U l lulli"lUlUlUllllfll0l0l 1 l l lll0lllQ4ll4lllfllri-lil1ll0l4lillilllll -Q H . H lJl'l'ft'l'lIl1Ij"- l l ' 7 Points the way to "The lVoman's in S Store," the home of modes for 2 : young women of distinctive taste. U XVhCtll61' you seek to mziks zi pur- U Chase or simply wish to sec the ll style, we cordially invite you to ll U come in and go through all the clif- , , ferent tlepartments. : fm' -f"1f"'1f'f1'1 QUl'4"f-V You will find every section of the - store fully stocked with new merch- : U andisc, carefully selected, a n cl Sold by leading dcalcrs in ' hroughtu to you umltu' one roof for xh lomlitv your critical inspection. em K ' II Come in and visit us often. WTC ll H are glad to liave you-always. - alla. i- w6iEN5H - STORE g Y , xv Thr' lfrnrf of For! U'nrIh'.i' T KING CANDX CU. H Slmppmg Iam,-zitf Q II Houston, Fifth :mtl Blain FORT lV0RTHf rl TEXAS Fom' XVoRTH, TEx.xs 1131,-X ,-ffw- W if ' f --4 4L ,g,.ArJTf-If ' 7 iii 173 ll? , , A , M- 'nl ' "T..'-:- 1 ,,,,,4,7,,,, ,YWYVYW Y V V I ,Q , , R Y .7i'j1jiRQ,,1i,-tk xl KS" 7 ii-E ' 7 - f- f .- 5 Xwn U - - R - - - - R - - - - - w U U U U I 9 il ' 4' U 1 if , U ag nr' u mia H u HCHTUL PHS Q U Jigga ivefinrever H ll U i H Uorl Cl'UOI'Hl,c79XClG U..:..:..:.,....:..-.,-.-..-.,-.,-.....,-.,-.-..-.-.,-.-..-.-.-..-..-,-..-. -.-U l --- v- --'----- ----- --U U - ' in H The Aillngton Rotary Club Q T C 5 The Arlington Rotary Cluh has its regular weekly luncheon :it the Kletho- 2 :list Church at 12:15 every Tliiimlay. Etluezition, good fellowship, honesty in U husiness, :intl intermitionzil pence through closer friendship and hetter under- U standing :unong the peoples of the world :ire its most cherished objectives. It is U fostering :intl serving the interests of N. T. A. C. :it all times. II I . . U U U Arlington Rotary Lluh, Arlington, lexas U U i U 00101Ii-Ii-Il'il-il-101111-11111viral-1:nit-1-rio:--:vie-in-1 i 2111 ll lllll U H U GULF PRODUCTS U U U U Gl'l,l" NUVNOX MOTOR l"l'lfl, TH.-YI' GOOD ClL'l,,l" iiASUl,lNI'f U: Stops Knocks For Klore Power H Sli PRICIXIIC INIOTOR Oll, Y For Smooth Running Klotor ' U U UI N W ' W N N l U GULF RlLlflNlNCz QU. ' U U U'.:.,:.,:...,,:,-. -.- - ...im - - -U ,-i .g.. ,-.,- ,-, ,-.,:,.i:,, U U - U U U U U U U U 1 U I E : - U s U : 4 : l ' i U U l i U U I U ! i U , - ! U L- Ui- -U-A-J-A-N-M-A-N-A-A-J-J-i-J-----F--P --P-vi .wgh ,J U A , W --A Liu --uw--f41X,V ,r-i.. UT. el 174 if e i l J 'JN- .., L miata so OJULCCDIICD CCD Whtom T ., CGIUIOIF' HS Gang HERE is more in the publicahtioniof School Annuals than ff' just the mere compilation of information concerning the student body and faculty of the school, or the arranging .F of type and engravings. To our mind there is that indescribable something that enters into every work of art that can not be placed there merely by the artist's hand. but is rather a part of the very fibre and soul of those who are entrusted with its creation. Some call it personality. some genius, some inspiration,-but we prefer to think of it as going deeper than that and deem it that spark of the Divine that flashes fl'OII1 the soul of every individual who undertakes a worthy deed. Surely the student body of this school is under an everlasting debt of gratitude to those individuals who have given of the best they have to the end that others may be made happy. lVe congratulate them on the splendid results they have accom- plished and are proud of the part that we have had in making a reality this splendid year book. VVork of this character requires the highest skill and closest attention, and therefore we accept only a limited number of contracts each year. YVe look upon the JUNIOR .AGGIE as one of our old friends and trust that we may have the privilege of serving this loyal student body again and again in the years to come. Cordially and sincerely, GAYLE PRlN'll'llNG COINIPAXNY YVaco, Texas, Nlay ISI, 1928. Exmasarassaraasiartasaraastrraastaraaeiftraaswaastaali F-1',Nl""1 9-X,t,+:--L 1-ioiczuzi 1 1 i:i:i:i::1u1:ii:iu1:i :niaieiuioi , afimr . in ppicceciiatfiioini """TfIZlf11llll111l1Fiyl'QIQIIQIIIIIIII O THOSE who have given their services un- sparingly, sacrificing pleasures, recreation, and studies, praises may not be heaped too high. This not only applies to the members of the staff, but to the faculty and students that have helped in any way toward getting in copy, and have given their assistance to the editing of this, the 1928 JUNIOR Accra. I am sorry a list acknowledging the names and contributions of each who has contributed can not be published, but I am glad to acknowledge that this publication is well representative of the student talent with which N. T. A. C. is abundantly supplied. The editors have endeavored to gather material for this year-book which will present school life as it is, in just a little different way, with the purpose of presenting a story in pictures embodying as little explanation as possible. The paramount aim is left to your own suggestive mindsso, if in after years these pictures recall the little details and happenings of this past year, our ambition will have been realized. You, the members of the student body, must be the judges, and if your judgment is favorable, we shall ask no greater reward. 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