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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1921

TH VOL. 2. STEPHENViLL^, TEXAS, MARCH 16, 1921. WILL PRESIDEN TWILSON PASS TO IMMORTALITY (Translated from the Spanish . Magazine, La Revista de] Mundo) If immortality in this world is .gained by projecting into it an immortal idea, then ex-President Woodrow Wilson has attained im- mortality, because even his most bitter enemies though they be many and irreconcilable, . are agreed that it was the creative mind of President Wilson that drew, the League of Nations from the rebeious state of academic „ discussions, connecting it into a political fact. There are others who, it is possible, have done as much or perhaps more to elabo- rate the concrete - plans of thfe League, but no one as he defended with, such irresistable force the essential principle and the neces- sity in which the world finds itself that this may be a reality. There were • compromises and conces- sions -in the treaty, but President Wilson assented to them because lie believed that the supreme good of the treaty, onc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1921

J-TAC Franklin Mafheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis — Managing Editor Jack Bassel Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton_Asso't' Editor Louise Barekman Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery.-Business Mgr. Claude Kay Asst. Business Mgr. > : : : Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. ENTHUSIASM Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building. Subscription Rates $1.50 per year Y. W. C. A. CABINET ELECTED -The new. Y. W. C. A; cabinet has just been elected and will be installed at the next regular meeting. The new plan of elect- ing and installing the cabinet at the beginning of the spring term is a great improvement over the other plan as it allows the new cabinet plenty of time to plan the summer and fall work of the as- sociation. It also has the ad- vantage of allowing the new cabi- net tb have the aid of the old cabinet in continuing the work. The new cabinet is composed of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1921

! i ' :j i THAT'S WHAT I CALL A FRIEND One whose grip is a little tighter, One whose smile is a little brighter, One whose deeds are a little whiter, ' That's what I call a, friend. One who'll 'lend as quick as he'll "borrow, One who's the same, today as tomrorow. One who will share your joy— and-sorrow, That's what I call a friend. One when you're gone who'll miss you sadly, 1 One who'll welcome you back again gladly, - One who though angered will not speak madly, ■ That's what I call a friend. Otle who is always willing to aid you, One whose advice -has - always paid you, One who defends when others, flay you, That's what I call a friend, / One who's been fine when life - eeemed rotten,.V'- 'v One whpse ideals you have not forgotten, One who has ' giveti you more than he's gotten, That's what I call' a friencf, —Borrou^hs Bulletin. Prof. Riley: (concluding a diffi- cult explanation: "Is that some- one smoking back there?" Becky: "Not at alj, sir, only the fog I'm in." . ; v It has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1921

_?T- • 4 ■iW'r EXPERIMENTARY CHEMISTRY if Bill, in search ofsomething new Poured a pint of hydroflu In his father's oxford shoe; Just to see what it would do As the research work it isn't bad But 'twas father rough on dad, Johnnie, in hia careless glee Mixed up I and NH3 When the stuff was dry and thick Johnnie hit it with a brick, Johnnie's now in heaven they 3ay At least he surely went that way. Little Jane was happy when She found a lump of KCN "Pa likes lots of sweets' 'said she So she put it in his tea (Strange how died and suicide Rhyme so well with cyanide.) — The Huatonian, SISTER'S SAD DAY Folks thought si3 looked so sweet With powder on her face and high heels on her feet; She had some stuff she called paint— But I guess I know it ain't. But, anyway, I got in it one day— Of course it was just in play— Then I slipped on my beat white dres3, , I looked as good as sis, I guess. I went to the door, I heard her cry, "You have been in my—" But she didn't say any more, For there ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1921

¥y n J - T AC VOL. 2. STEPHENVILLE,' ^TEXAS, MARCH 23, 1921. i •?tv-' i '■ ?4 * * .* *'• :**#*# * OUR FORMER STUDENTS * ■•4s *, * * ju- * * * * * , * * * * * t Among the many good families who have sent their children to "Tarleton there are few who have ;sent a larger number and certain- .ly none whose children have later contributed more,, towards the - cause Of public education in: Texas . than have those of Mr. and JVIrsi R. A. Davis, of the Seidell community., These good people sent to the ■college at .various times one son, whose name is now prominently, •connected with rur^l education in our state, and four lovable and ladylike daughters, who' made, .good while in school and who continued • to' mate good after leaving Tarleton.. pens.es While in school> and the daughters each earned part of the fund's, for hers. It may be 'interesting to know something of , the. history of these ■ students of ah earlier day,—their past and their yrcbtrit. Carrie, the oldest girl was i. John...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1921

J-TAC t • . i /■ ■ Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis.,: __ __ .-—Managing .Editor c Jack Bassel____ _.Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton^Asso't Editor rLouise Barekman___Asso't Editor . T. V. Moritgomery__Business Mgr. Claude Kay_„Asst. Business Mgr. .. Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton "Agricultural Cqllege. . Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building; Subscription Kates $1.50 per year V (Editor's Note: The following was received at the Searchlight office a few days ago, signed, "A Texas.") ' . Texas occupies., all the continent of North America except the small, part set aside for the United States and Canada. Texas owns all North of the Bio Grande, the only dusty river in the world, also1 the only one with the pos- * sibie exception of the Trinity which is navigable for mudcats and pedestrians. Texas is bounded on the North by twenty-five or thirty States, on the Ea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1921

IS IT WORTH WHILE? Is anything in life worth while? if it is worth doing* at all '|i is worth while. But there is a cer: tain amount of judgment to be used in the things that are worth while. There are two question's that might, be asked here: "What is worth while?" and "Who is worth while?" Is the companion that we take to the show what she or he ought to be, is the con- versation what it ought to be, do we talk about things that are elevating in, thought and plea- sure? These are questions that not every boy and girl stop to think about. We'have but one life to live, and why not live is with a knowl- edge that we are' making some- one. else' happy. How may we do this? by using the power .of thought that God has given us. Do young women stop to think of the character of the young man that is taking her to the show or to church? Does the,.young man stop to "think of the character of the young woman that he is in company with? When a young man goes to select his life com- panion does...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1921

RISE AND FALL OF A COLLEGE VAMP Or Confession of a Former Campus Queen as Told in Utmost Confidence I was first drawn into the vor- tex of college society when sweet sixteen (at that time I could kissed), and for the space of truthfully say J had never been several-years I was rushed, aired and carried out, and even axed as a part of my special college edu- cation. I was greatly in,, demand, although I laid no claim to great intelligence or accomplishments. My great power lay in my person- ality" and affectionate" disposition. Some said I was popular because I had completely disarranged the sweet simplicity of my youth (Miss Neverwillbe Popular start ed this bit of gossip) but I shall here cite some' of the many rea- sons for my increasing (would that it were never-ending) popu- larity: I wore extreme clothes (.ex- tremely short and scanty) culti- vated a... taste for semi-risque - stories (to the extent of sub: scribing to that well known little magazine published many miles from a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1921

^1*.,■■/■■■.. ;--. ■"-.•■ .'■ ; ■ to* . -iiw$efl9ie<pr*S^^5^!6lk}' V* .-.? V ,-^i ^ * kV' J-* £v. ;':<■■ ■*: ■■ >, ■« ■ ■■ • •/j.. .. .' • HE VOL. 2. STEPHENVILlifi, TEXAS, MARCH 30i 1921, A % ■a :. f-j''' ■ -ft $ '$ # . # *; $ # * OUR FORMER STUDENTS * !*.<!. *.*"* * * V # * *' * * * * * .1- ' 4 * r: "> ' $ " '" I:. r-' t/-; .■■■:* / • lo 1909, there was graduated " "^"frorti : Tarleton College a young :ril"an who up to that time had been ^ entirely , a product of the educa- . t tonal system of the Stephenville ~ schools. GGeorge Leslie Cox had ; just completed the: course in the high-school of this'place when he . ■ came to the College. His work as -a student in each institution was good, and his conduct was always above reproach. , - Abgut the time'Leslie was to graduate there . came this . call from the: president -of the Aboard of trustees in a town in southern Texas;, "Can you recommend to us from your, student body a man , who is well qualified educational- ly,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1921

J-TAC Franklin Matheny .Editor Henry Lee Purvis . Managing. Editor Ja.ck Bassel Asso't Editor Marguerite Carltdri-Assb't Editor Louise Barekmari Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery Business Mgr. Claude Kay Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of John .Tarleton Agricultural College. Entered at the post office at Ste- phen ville, Texas, as second class jjjail matter, s ' Business Office' located in Domes- : tic Science building. Subscription Bates $1.50 per year A short, while before the end of this second term it looked as if we were going to lose a great many out of the Commercial De- partment. Two or three said they were quitting and that put the 'rest of us in the notion. I think most of us had a bad case of spring fever. Mr. Foote saw how things were .going and gave several good talks and showed us the importance of staying with it, but the last day of the term saw most of us still undecided. Then ;lo and behold Mr. Ownby slipped one by us and married a girl from C. I....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1921

, t. AG CLUB MEETS The. Ag Club meets every Mon- day night, and is conducted by the students who are taking work in the school of agriculture, which by the way is. one. of the moat interesting and lively de- partments of any college; for which John Tarleton is thankful. The program for the next meet- ing-which ig on April 4th: How many men should be ■ em- ployed on a hundred and fifty acre farm—:Harvy White, Some facts to bear in mind in keeping records and managing a farrp—Jake Bobo. Some helpful points on caring for and-repairing of farm machin- ery.—H. L. Purvis. Parliamentary discussion—Kay- ford Mimms. THE STUDENT'S 23RD PSALM Miss is my English teacher; I shp.ll not want of hard lessons. She maketh me to walk into the library: She leadeth me to the short stories. She vexeth my soul: she lead- eth me in the annals of literature for my Grade's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of examinations, I will fear.no A's: for. she is with me; her requirements they dodmeth me. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 March 1921

■■ ■■ " >,1 ~ " ■r., ■ ; > WHAT IS AMERICA "< GOING TO DO—? (Continued from page !) ' i treaty of Versailles. I have always spoken frankly to the Americans, and France - when I had charge of war inter- ests in Washington did not fare all. The hour of speaking, after the long silence which inter- national covenants have imposed on us, has arrived. We must . seize it. To speak; But how? . The war is over. The admiral personnel which I have had under my orders and which the mobilization fi- nished .us .this, ardent and strong . personnel v which' in the evening, once its technical work so. varied completed, — military instruction, finances, steel, powder, explosives, cereals, cotton, petroleum, meats, railway material, tonnage,t—would g6. to explain France to the Am- erican people, this personnel which fourteen months, in the four corners o fthe union made /fifteen thousand • speeches, in 'or- der to , initiate into Ftench ideas - devoted allies who knew them badly—this person...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1921

I'F \ :'">V ■'■ ■'* ",','i '■ ' 'r.'"" \* ' ' *■. •'• 1 j , ' ' ■ ~\ • '■ s'.' ' /;•'.■ "1,r; ' '•' '■'• ... ••-.-•.•■ r1 ■■ V;.! y V;."/.' ■ . VOL. 2. STEPHENVILLE, TKXAS, APRIL 6, 1921. r'Ui W(:/# ■'■■Ai ■ TAjFtXETON 'TEACHERS'' AT ,, ' HAMILTON TRACK MEET it-v; f . 4? i _ * -v:'■ J ' k * f t t , ^ % Jhe iriterschelastic League pro gram , for 'Hamilton county . was rendered at : .gimijiori ■ . Texas, -April list'; and 2ijd,; 1021, Several of John; Tarleton's faculty were th^re as officials. Mrv Funkhou3er, .Mr, Wisdom, Mr. Lane and Miss Blackshear ■ jfelped in the meet in, variotis K capacities. Miss j$ack- s>hear referred 'the •girls' basket- bail; games apd ■;tkfee': ■>. senior girls' track, ah$fiel<l "events/;;': She1'was tone " of ±he judges in the de'clai mation;. contests, 'FJri^ay evening. Lane helped with the junior girls' track .and field events, reie- reed ; the , junior boys' basketball gameC" ahd wa,3 .ajudge in the declarations and: debates, Mr, Wisdopt'wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1921

■■ .£■. -V, . ! ' •'f1. J-TAC , '...if ' ')■ '.'ii; ' l\ ty! • Franklin; M^iheny ^Editor Henry Xee P,urvis—,t /'_^V-;-^--^-~--Managing Editor Ja,ck BasseLv—---^Asso't Editor ; Marguerite Carlton-Asso't Editor 1 Louise Bareknjan___ASS0't Editor ,T. Y. MontgQmery__Biisiness Mgr, ;,GUude'Kay.,,Asst. Business Mgr. ;> 'Published Weekly by the Students of.' John Tarleton • Agricultural College, #■' • . .. • ■■'Entered' at the post office at Ste- Vpheiiville, Texas', as second class , majl matter; : "JIM TARLETON" DEFEATS STEPHENV1LLE HIGH TEAM Business Office, located in Domes- tic ssi.enee Building. , -" ■1 ■ ('!■ ^-■\' i ■ v. Subs'cirijpfciori "Rate's' j$fc5p per year V V '• ■*"' \k,' ;;!■::!■ r' i '.1 ;;;i. Morally, theoretically, or jvulic- /.''y.'iotisly. '.iaie.asured these nineteen .■ co-ed's were certainly in the ' wrong in their 'little "cut;" but ' ' we : cannpt, help admiring j their nerve and their spirit.. We under- '■'■■,,. stand that, some twelve or fifteen others had; h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1921

,•1' • U'-- fi * \ •*" • ■ * * * * '* * # :OlJK FORMER STUDENTS *■ '*7 * '*••*'• * * ■* * * • 1 ;, ... Nearly-, twenty years" agp .there was "among the students of the College a young man who .; ha 1 . . come from-another state to attend school ' at Tarleten. \ He was still a minor, but was. eagerly looking forward to the time when he shqwl'l attain his majority ; for he was th'en to; cprne' into possession ... of an estate thftt haij been left him by, relatives. He paid little . attention to his;, studies, his whole \ . thought apparently being center- . ed upon^what ..^e'Would be able to do when he should have money. At last ht d^ided to leave school 1 a^d drive a : delivery-cart, -wfhioh . work wq.tild'earn, him twenty-five .dollars ; 3 / moptii.. In vain the teachers tried to persuade him to remain in school; his. mind was ■ ma&e up, .and no' one succeeded iii . changing :.iC'V. The "boy withdrew , from school and went to work at • his job', In .a: short'while he gave ■' 'th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1921

* * * * * * •*.' *. •* ' , * .,. ■ , TARHETON ' TICKLES ■■.■.''' * ;*'■.* * * * *. * * ^ * # * A Clsiss of Girls "Attention, class in stenogra- phy! A gentleman is. coming to pick out a bright and intelligent stenographer." And did the girls re&eh for their note books? ~ • No, they all reached'for their powder puff a. JJ ■■■if 'TJte Vamp . A yarii qf silk, A hank of hair,. Two darling eyes, With baby stare. An etf-like voice, . With tempting coo, And ankles : trim, A''i^ill do A cosy room, A, ghaded larnp, And there you are- One little vamp. Carey—Well, old thipg, I have at last got me a co-ed'.- - - " Louie—I, know you would. You know the old paying, "There's a persimmon for every 'possum." Carey—I am afraid that I have gotten a green oue. Louie—Oh, she made. your mouth pucker, eh? hair unfurled— Yet all unmindful of the other HIM. As the teeming miles go by add to John D's millions ■ I make all my prides on high Ond am one of Earth's most for- tunate billions. Jiggs Riggs Robe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1921

t. VOL, Zt, stephe texas, april 13, 1921. • .* 't -s.4 ;• i . • "TttEl SINGING CADETS'* h. class take trip a debating club; is organized at j.t.a.c. ..,Tfrt| ... , ~p£ anjwbwe.' |f|r"fisijag *'i&!, in ouy: ':feee~t! Jh$|j jhg^rigXi^ ' lWl^.^^#,,'T''-">4{^^;^^L''^•' '7''^W/iiiky If i" «wart'-^ \4 tl^ g.l^teii '>9m*Qf— — Infeth^ ,wby!miv, of 1913 Mi33 SKi:.'\> \- -,./kl 2 "J";' W® i^v&.OT; La'at Saturday, AprUvJ^VI^, Ferguson and Mrs Chamberlin went * W Arlington and bpent the, '#$•" l " wirf4' -.of lege and ftfia'ij Ne'ale of'fcha Ext^a- §^Bi^"4ep it^«5l''" ofthe' Agfi^tik $§1^1 m$ IVlephanicaJ College of; y$pm* Tha purpose of thia'oon; Honjfe ,^v-f,P|SiiP^® ^poinf;" oJTview <& .^i|;(M..g|';'|,he home-makers in thf apHtll town honie #nd that apme subject® are', to be, infcio%ce$ m Tarleton that are not generalfy foUpd in courses irjty .Home Economics ii\ ' ' t|t to o0t$. i-HstitiiCiona' will be placed on sub- ■&®0ilm$$:.. m s cony Unities* haye limited a^c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1921

•1 :-i: : 'te-V. ' ■ t ■ ' - ' ' ! MAC Franklin Matheny Editor Henry t Lee Purvis.: _T-„ ; I- _L„Managing- Editor . Jack 'Basse]-.__1 2_Asso't Editor itarguerite, Carlton-Asso't Editor Louise, Barekman- Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery..-Business Mgr$ Claude Kay Asst. Business Mgr. . A Published Weekly by the Students of tJohn Tarleton Agricultural College. Entered'-at the post office at ,Ste- phenville, Tejcas, as second class mail matter. Business ' Office lpcated in Domes- tic gdehce Building., ■. ■ / Subscription Rates $1,50 pet year 3 SOME FACTS ABOUT THE ANNUAL V ■ ;r The annual' that; we 'have all "heen ; working so hai-d , upon for seven months is: now'very close to ! completion. The printer's contract ' is. 'tovbe signed today. The one great obstacle to overcome from the first was the. financial ques- tion, Below is a brief summary ■ /of , the present status :' , - Amount paid on old debt- 574.00 •. Amount , paid for engraving...,-v--— 550,00 Printer's contract"'- ; (approxim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1921

V.' —1 u^—'—-m1;,- , ' I. 'HJSLL lN TEXAS' ■ >v ■, •i ,'V The rattlesnake bites . you, . the scorpion stings,' 7 v The 'njpsquitoes delight you with his buzzing wings. The sand burrs prevail and so do the ^nts, " ; i And those who sit down need half-soles on their pants. The devil then said that through- . , out; the land " ( He'd arranger to; keep up the : devil's demand, , * And all should be Mavericks un- less they bore, Marks and scratches, of bites and thorns by the s,cor.e. The heat in . the1 summer is one hundred and ten, Too hot fdr the devil and too hot 'for his men; The wild boar, .roams thru the .black chaparral, , 'Tis a hell of a place he has for a hell. , . v : -Al, E, Hkll.;, TAKLETON WINSFIVE ' ,' OUT OF SIX .GAMES f The- deyil in / hell we're told >vas '. chained, / "y, ... And, a thousand years j he so re- maiji^tl.' ' "*■ ...... (i, He neither compijaine'd nor: did he ''' 'v,:'. "■ groan, ■ . 'j.r But decided to,start a bell of ; his .. own, : . ' 1 " ' ' ■ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1921

NT .4. t,K ♦ - ' ':'.v..,-f., </ v: v ii , : ; wtUrn i./ CREAT ASSET TO TEXAS IN NEW UNIVERSITY OT STATE CAPITAL j Vary Re if. Ctiiries L. O'Ponnell, C IaK C., the Provincial in the, United ;States of the CougrBsa'tidn of the Holy [Cross, tha order in chirg® of St. J3d; [ward's Colleg#, w'*ai, raceotly in Aus- tin, wien he officially ' approved th« [plans of making the Institution ai Cot' [lege in fact arf Veil' as in name, and [authorized the solicitation of funds for buildings aid aquipmant to begin at,once,- ■ Accordingly President Schumacher announces the appolntnuut of a Com' aaiUee consisting of ReV, Joseph Ma- suire, c'. 8. C„' arid R$t." Michael' Quiuian, C, S. C.', from the' college fac-' uity, w&O with Xjeonard J, 8Chnei4er {and John F. Butter, prominent busi- ness men, th* Provincial and President [Schumacher, will ha charge ot th« expansion plans, Paul C. CSerhart, of Deltas,' ail experienced campaign man- ager, has been appointed- Campaign' |£>irector, and>...

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