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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 July 1930

JOHN TARLETON DfilRY COW HAS COMPLETED TEST Nobleman's Katy Lee Wins Senior Yearling Championship For Jerseys in Dallas The John Tarleton Agricultural College at Stephenville, Texas has recently completed a 365 day pro- duction test? on Nobleman's Katy Lee 851863, with which she won the senior yearling championship for Jerseys in Texas. Starting at the age of one year and 11 months Katy, Tee produced 640.75 pounds of fat and. 11,286 pounds of milk in the following 365 days. Her milk av- eraged 5.68% fat for the year, and iij maintaining this splendid record the young champion's yield of fat was the 52 pound mark per month . for ten months of the test. With this record Nobleman's Katy Lee easily supersedes ,the for- mer senior yearling champion of ■365-day tests in 565.95 pounds of fat and 9,636 pounds of milk. The former champion was tested by T. 0. Hughes of Dublin. 1 The new champion was sired by Lucky Nobleman 249720, and out of Pollyia! Kate Leo 716136. Iler butterfat reeord is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 July 1930

MSTEN PLOWBOY (Continued from page 1) aclio in a moment's of trying to get the ball into , the elusive cup. Students whqgare here for the first time might- like to lcnow what Tar- leton athletes have done in the past. Just to give you an idea of the kind of teams that this college develops, we might say that although the school In 1929-1930 won two major state championships out of a pos- sible four, last year was considered to be quite a mediocre year as far as athletic accomplishments were concerned. In fact, it is nothing very unusual for Tarleton to win every major championship. Last year's football team was composed almost entirely of fresh- men. They faced what was probab- ly the hardest schedule in the his- tory of the tschool. They never were able to get going properly in the face of such heavy apposition and lost the championship by a sin- gle point on Thanksgiving Bay. But those same freshmen will be exper- ienced men "next year and, after having played together for one sea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1930

M A IB ri m ■fL Best Is Yet to Be Browning V. -Fxr. «* VOLUME XI. ' STEPHEN'VlhtS, TEXAS,- WEDNESDAY, .SEPTEMBER 17, 1030 NUMBEB 1 ONE HUNDRED-FIFTEEN TARLETON CADETS ATTEND VIDETTE CAMP PLOWBOYl The year has just begun and our football team, is new. Let us get be- hind them in every game from the beginning and really show tliat Old Tarleton Spirit! We can make this year what we want it by backing the team. (juele Walt is back with us again this year. Wo know what ha can do by his record year before last. TJnelo Walt, we are expecting great things of you this year, ancl we know you. will fulfill our expectations because you are made of the old stuff. We arc behind you in every way. There are approximately sixty men (Continued on page 4) TftRl ETOtif SB_* SECRETARY-EtECT STUDENT COUNCIL Misa Lucille Jones Will Teach at Stith Coming Year. Miss Lueile Jones, better known to all Tarletouites as "Bhtekic," will not be here' to help lead the- student activities ■ in college this year. A.!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1930

Subscription Bates-! ,—- — $2,00 Per Year Address all Communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-iH-Chiof Business Manager , Clarence Ferguson Estell Scott - , < TEMPORARY STAFF . Louis McGregor, J. K. West, Gayle Smythia, Robert Fuller Flu'uliy Adviser ^ - —. i Pearl Mahiin Everyone detests platitudes and trite sayings; yet we know that the utterances of the sages who spoke truths will remain truths through the ages—will live on as wisdom—regardless of however much we may change them. It has heen said that, "there are two times in life when we should have noresponsibilities—-up to the* "teens" .and after the three score years. Nature ear,es for the first—we must provide for the next." And it is so. We, who are students at Tarleton, are well past the first, age of irresponsibility—none of us has reached the second (however, there are some few individuals who get about as though they were consider- ably beyond the allotted Biblical span of life(. In short; w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1930

Sharps and Flats Wellj folks, the Yidette camp was a hugo success for the band. Our duty was to keep up the morale of the cadets and we did it in a big way. Thirteen, tnen, including two freshmen, professed bandism. Several of tie band men spent the week end away from camp. It is rumored that Stormy Cooke, Henry Meadows, and Pish Bridges went to Wichita Falls, and - something was said about Oklahoma. Perhaps In- dian reservations do Isold an attrac- tion. We just wonder why Shave-tail Stone, Brown, Gough, and Otte are so stuck up. Evetry time ' Lieut. Stone went to. camp several girls' heart throbs increased. Who said bandmen are not handsome? the band were fishes. Several buck- ets were donated to the cause. But how tho band can throw rocks! Silly Willie Sansing and Stormy had the honor of being' soeiety lions. Something was said about a dinner party. We wonder if Sansing or- dered a chili. LETTERS FROM EX-STUDENTS Some of tho Videttes thought that Fish Bridges has a sunny disposi-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1930

VIDETTE CAMP IS VERY SUCCESSFUL (Continued from page 1) kow- men could bo promoted and re- duced. Sometimes a cadet could bo reduced from -battalion ipajor to kitchen police. Immediately after the parade through Mineral Wells last Thurs- day morning the boys began to eheek in their rifles and equipment to make ready. for the breaking of camp, vvliicii was to bo Eritiny morn- ing, Camp was disbanded at twelve o'clock Friday. The Vidette camp ivas more suc- cessful this year than it lias ever been before. Under the eareful in- struction there was not a possibility of its being a failure. Everypue has been benefitted greatly who attend- R. W. H. HAMILTON Registered Optometrist Across Street from Majestic Rentum - U - Driveum Fords <xnd Chevrolet# . Special Rate3 at Rock Barn Garage—South Belknap Street GRUNDY FENNER' tPHONE 7 CHICKEN DINNER FOR 6c AT Clark's Feed Store ed at Camp Wolter? this year. Min- eral Wells showed appreciation f r the Videt tea by giving watermelon feasts and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 September 1930

7 > 1 9 JJi U 15 £ * worth tomorrows Franklin VOLtTMB XL 'STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 27, 1&30 Number 2 L OWBOYS PLAY SIMMONS UNIVERSITY FRIDAY NIGH PLOWBOYl The first football game of the season ia' to be oh Friday, Septem- ber 26. Are we going to mak« the PSowboys win the game on. Friday, niglit by giving them a "Bend-off" that they have never witnessed be- fore f Tarleton will play her first game at night against Simmons Uni- versity. A purs meeting is called for Thurs- day night. It should U-. a-bigger success than the last oue. if such ft- thing is possible. Everyone come come out and hel]-_tht tears via the game, on Friday' by supporting it in the pep, meeting, Let's ^tand be- hind. Tarleton in everything this yeitn ■ 'I ii<-. tennis team is to iw icrmed •v. xi !>-iionIa.y oftc* i.oa lis 1 s !■' • A" .ire interested ate u ged to at- tenu. tins meeting- behind. .the gym- nasium on the; tennis courts. All who are unable1-tp be at that meet- ing are requested to h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 September 1930

Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second class mail matter at the postoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, tinder fiet of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates per year .42.00 Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief — Business Manager i'taulty Adviser — STAiT Clarence Ferguson Estell Scott Pearl Mahan CONTRIBUTORS: Louis McGregor, J. K. West, Gay le Smytiiia, Thomas Lewis, Loucille Brooks, and Reporters Not so long ago, speaking in terms of years, Topsy Doolittle, a son of Harvard, was, perhaps, the most talked of figure in the Ameri- can sporting world; certainly he was| the most widely known indivi- dual in football. Under the gigantic Doolittle's guidance the "crim- son tide" was invincible; their bone-crushing mass plays, in which the entire line was called back to run interference, never failed to aweep opposing teams before themj in fact a humorous contempor- ary's description states that at interval...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 September 1930

Sharps and Flats ■' We have forty-three men on the band roll at present. We hope fco have fifty men in the band this year, "Stormy" Cooke, our hard boil- ed 1st sergeant, , is in love again. "Hale Pint" Mason is the lucky lady. Give the only eyes you "will ever have the/best there is in optical Science. See DR. W. D. TURNER Clarks Feed Store (Over Stephenville State Bank) CLAEK'S FEED STORE HELLO STUDENTS!—Call onus and let's get acquainted. We ap- preciate your trade. Let "Sal" those shoes. Shave 15e . Hair Cut 25c CITY BARBER SHOP West Washington -LIGHT HOUSEKEEPERS and All! We will appreciate yoty Trade. Phone 287. HARRIS BROS. USE VALLEY DAIRY MILK Fresh and fine. Delivered at your door twice dally. Quart 10c; Pint 7c VALLEY DAIRY Troy Fanner Phone 3333 Office Phone 422 . Res. Phone 419 db. J. s. NXITT DENTIST—X-RAY Special AUeDtfoa Given Oral Prophylaxis and Treaties Pyorrhea. Office over A.ficP. Store Stephenville DR. CROMWELL Dentist West Side Square Armstrong & White DRY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 September 1930

THE J-TAC SUBSCRIBERS (Continued from page 1) Ayera, Margaret Christine. Bacon, J. R. Baird, Houston- Ballentine, Orleue. Barton, Jerry C. Patchier, Billy Mutx. Barrett, Ouida. Battle, Frank. Bay, I. F. > Beck, Walter. Beene, Betty Anne. Berry, Earl,' / Pbckwell, Buryl. Blair, Robert. , Blanks, Titia Belle. Blevins, Sadie. Bond, Atwell M. I BOUGHT ALL OF MY HOSIERY AT THE BLUE BONNET SHOP $1.00 - $1.49 - $1.89 K. W. H. HAMILTON Registered Optometrist Across Street from Majestic Rentum - U - Driveum Fords and Chevroleta Special Rates at Roek Barn Garage—South Belknap Street GRUNDY FENNER PHONE 7 ' 'W f ■ .^EN-DIN.NEE' FOE 6c AT Clarke Feed Store Watcli and Jewelry , Repairing R. W. H. Hamilton Across the Street from Majestic Dr. S. D. Naylor Office Phone/.. 130 Residence Phone 30 It's One of the Best Barber Shops in Town Shave i5c — Haircut 25c E. W. McNeill, Owner North Belknap St. Bond, Brendon A. Boone, Mabel. Bohannati, Jessie Mae. ■Boswell, Inez. 1 ' ■Bradley, Mildred, Bratto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 October 1930

1 9 My;-' vu £ ac u- TV" - LOST TIME IS NEVER FOUND AGAIN —Franhlh w. • '\£*f PasS£dg£r j VOLUME XI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 4, 1930 Number 3 OYS LOSE HARD-FOUGHT GAME TO SIMMONS COWBOY PLOWBOYI The test of a man's love for any- thing. is his attitude toward it when it is losing. We lost the game.to Simmons last Friday night, but we are a till backing the Plowboys in everything that they do! Even though we lost, wo played under a .great number of "odds" and against a team that possessed more experi- ence than our own. Our boys lyer.e playing ■ together the first time. "Watch us next Friday, and watch us go. Did you know that we had a game scheduled with A..C. C, next Friday, a,:id it is, to..be played here? We. are going to win that game, and we want every man out. Remember you are not doing your duty if you are. not at the game. Freshmen, see that ' you get out there. It will help you get some of that. "Old Tarleton Spirit." Go to the first game,, and we can't keep you from go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 October 1930

Published Weekly, by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second elass mail matter at the postoffice in Btephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 187SK Subscription Rates per year 2.00 Addre88 all communications to The J-Tac, Tarlet-on Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Faculty Adviser ( STAFF —~— —Clarence Ferguson — Estell Scott- „ Dollie Marie Glover CONTRIBUTORS: Louis McGregor, J. !K, "West, Gayle Smythia, Thomas Lewis, Lucille Brooks, Bert Gresham, Daisy Ruth Sebastian, Atwell Bond, B. D. Hend- riekson, Marvin Branch, Hal Sullenberger, and reporters. THE BLUE CHAMBRAY GIRL ' The other day, just after chapel, a group of cadets was lounging on Uncle Moody's corner, idly watching the students coming to sand leaving the Varsity. "Yonder," said one, looking toward the campus, "comes a sure- nuff good-looking girl." "Aw, she don't look so* hot to me," came the reply, "especially in those darn Hue chambrays." "I know, but you should have seen, he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 October 1930

Lunch Wagon Fables Fish Pancake is our manhater. After each' date she vows that she is through with men forever. But still, we notice that she gets two or three telephone calls each night. Casie can hardly keep her mind on her business,' however, it seems only quite natural that she should think of that certain young- man in Tolar, who is the dignified school teacher. Poor Frankie has got the S, A. She gets so excited when she starts' raving about Rivers that she .sometimes calls him "Wa- ters" instead of Rivers, Did you know this? Lois and Elam have begun to get quite serious. Elam has learned that by sitting on a certain side of the table he can see that smiling face and. those reddish curls. Just watch Dean. She always sees that Fish Glenny gets the biggest dish of ice cream or the extra piece of pie. We ask you: Isn't that the logical way for her to do? No wonder, Ferguson always leaves his plate- so clean. We think that he has taken the hint from Daisy Ruth that she doesn't lik...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 October 1930

197 STUDENTS RECEIVE? AWARDS MERIT IN TAR- LETON CADET CORPS (Continued from page one). Bond, Carlerio Box, Lois Box, Boy Boydston, Lena Bradley, Mildred. Brooks, Lucille Brooks, ft. D. Brown, Iona Brown, Pearl Brnmbelow, Oarl ■ Buck, Mary Davidge Buckley, F. A. Burton, Verna Butler, Opal Cage, John, Jr. Cheatham, Mildred Clark, Bowena Clark, Vera Blayton, Mrs, J. E. Clements, J. S. Cook, Bay . . Cook, Boy Copeland, Brooks Couch, J. B, Cowan, Joe Bailey Cox, Carroll Cox, Neva Oreighton, Kathleen Creager, Ethel Crouch, Edna, Crouch, Mary Belle Cunyu8,Paul Danner, Acton Davis, Pauline DeWald, George Doggott, Nell " Dukes, Hope Edgar, Zeddie Edwards, Lillian Elrod, Ilda - Engberg, Lylia Eoff, Yallie Eppler, Dorothy Jean Fagan, Herbert Fenner, Hazel Fenner, Leila Vada Ferguson, Minn > Ferguson, Hazelwood Ferguson, Otis 'Fisher, Kosa Florence, Eunice Foote, James Frey, Frank. Frey, Joe " GaraetJ, Tovrea Gearreald, Tull Gentry, Grace George, Bex <Jing, Louise <l?ovor, C. A. <l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 October 1930

- js -J r~~ V ~^y^- - *" jf 7jJ •? ' i~ir _£S -J-v.- "r, ' />■'-• 'HE CONQUERS TWICE WHO CONQUERS HIMSELF IN VICTORY." —CYRUS. VOLUME XI. STEPEBNVILLE,. TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBBE XI, 1930 NUMBER 4' PLOWBOYI ' The strength o£ one's loyalty isi tested ,'in* -hours/of defeat,- We '.were defeated*, by A. C. C.'s pow- erful Wildcats, bu t ' l>rlctqn's spirit was - in no way .weakened. Of coarse when we' fight under difficulties, 'it i.s much harder .thaii in tirjie of success, but it Riai.es us stronger. The old .TarT s'Uton .spirit, that has ' been.-here ever since the establishment of the school ■ cannot, b e , broken. Plowboys, we are behind'you. You ,-^re going to win every game :from now^on!- The pep meetT.were attendtd by ataost all tie students. We like th-a way you are showing the spirit that make-i Td rid ton ivnat. she w tow. Thtt ytiling- sotinds good. Just. keiep it'up, a|id 'i'tirle- ton-cannot help: winning. ARE ELECTED Clark, Riley, Tucker, and. Huckafcee to Direct "T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 October 1930

, Published "Weekly by tlic Students of John Tarleton, College Entered; as second class , mail matter at .the postoffice in St^phenville3 Tesas; uader act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates per year i_$2.00 Address all •communications to- The J-Tae,- Tarleton Station. Texas Editor-in-Chief —... Business Manager.. Faculty Adviser.— STAFF —f~ Clarenee Ferguson i..._^_.JBatell Seotb -Doljie Marie Glover , "IN BEGINNING .Everything', it. 'seems, :must have a beginning'.' At present, with most of us, many things'are in the beginning. Some are beginning their: college careers. Some of us are just be- ginning really to live and know the joy of living. Every person, whether he admits it or not, has vanity enough t;o; wish for himself some of the honors, some of the places of-responsibility in our school as well as in every- day life. Very few people who have never filled a position of this .sort realize how these people attain their heights or how they maintain them. Someivher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 October 1930

The 0. G'si. From Aunt Jennie's As 'an introduction for the 0. G's I will merely say that we are . the eiglit girls staying at Aunt . Jennie's Hoicfe this year, We are a 'merrygroup, ■ There are only v,two freshmeir in our group; hut I imagine .that if you were to ask ' ti'n-m if t&ey were the only fresh- '~roen, they would'tell you that the ' upperclassmen seem to think that there were a ■ dozen of them. If anyone desires .'any more- informa- ' ■ ticm' about . any of ' our number, you will have to ask ■ Aunt Jennie ■ to give you , the information. . The O. G.'s had a merry time .,:thig yeekrend regardless of the rain. :',Several .of our number took advantage of the week-end priv- ileges, and' went to the show and ,'ta .church. ' When they returned, 4,.J:hey reported that their make-up was washed off before they arriv- ed at their destination hut said Try Our Hotcakes You'll Like 'Uro. MAJESTIC SANDWICH 1 SHOPS 2 __ . -j Palace Market * jriietliing ■ Fresh . Every Day Phone 12 N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 October 1930

HeadquartersR.O.T.C. . September 30, 19301 Special Order '■ ' • Ed. No. 3. '' ■ On 'Wednesday-) October IE, the O.i' D. wool shirts, 'WILL' be-worn to drill, He sure to Have, your shirt by that time. ■ By order of Lieut." Col. Scott.-' ■ ■ " ■ " ROBERT - FJJLLE'R' ' Executive Major. Special Order No. 9.:. . ' 'V ;v': Rulea' for Wearing- the Purple and . ' ' White Service Bar 1. All. second.;year: men must wear .'this pin. For every., other year attended Tarleton wear a bronze . star on . this pin. 2". .For' every' letter awarded in. Any major ■ activity wear one gold, star on this pin. ltules (or Wearing ' Red, White, and, Bine Service Pin 1, .If National Guard camp or C. M.r T.' G? camp, has' been at- tended, wear this pin/ For every Dr. J. A. WMtacre Dentist and X-Ray Work ■ STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS Office Over- Service Drug- ' Store' Give-the only , eyes yqu will ever hav6 the best' there, is in optical Science. See1 ■DR. W. D. TURNER (Over ,Stephenyille - State Bank)' HELLO STUDENT^!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 October 1930

tV* ?, "M <w - fjfa / ■% ■ if >7-! ■ , / / ? esvEB i"* '.J ? c- DmVE THY BUSINESS; ■' LET NOT THAT. -DRIVE THEE Benjamin Franklin w. « / -«w_ - • |t* <ir 5 O- t . ^>v - - ^ :v\( Vs- w'--' - ^ 's- 4<V4Tr.v VQLUM^--SI: STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, '1930 numbe: K& 7Tf3T PLOWBOYI ■'. Agliiik. - the' Plow boy s . lost a- hard fought, game. .and ..did' it honorably. The'breaks were against, us in the ; 'j'ame. .bi*fc. we could: liofc help ,tii?it. . Remember ■ the test of one's loyal- '. ty- proyes. -itself in- time - of - defeat. ThePlowboy's are do'mg their" beat, and you are1,'.not,.doing yours if you -do not support them in every, 'way. • ,. ■""" ' . . Tf^a.^'G-ynin'' team^ are playing: games vwitft'- various high , schools . from time' to time,: and ■ it is .your duty to support th,«m as. you -do the varsity. .They belong to Tar- leton as much as any other team. . Why^-'tiot ■'«oi«f out artd' holp the K ys.'i.-.'1. They : need you, and you aee'd tftei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 October 1930

' "Published Weekly by the'Students of Jolm Tarleton College Entered as spco-Rd class mail inatter at the postoffice in Stepheiiyillej , Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. -$2.00 Subscription Bates per yea,r Address all cominuaicatioiis'to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF , Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Faculty Adviser. ..Clarence Ferguson --~Estell Scott -Dollie Marie Glover Travels Abroad (DOLLIE MARIE GLOVER) (Continued from Last W,eek) {DOLLIE MARIE GLOVER) I is around it a tall fence of heavy iron spikes. Sir Douglas Haig also lies buried there. At his grave is a cross and poppies just like- those in Flanders 'Field. ' (To he continued) WHAT DO yQU'OWE TO TARLETON? When you came to this school, did'you feel that it w'as ; up to you to get all 'that was forthcoming' out of it regardless of what it was? If so, ■ youi had a mistaken attitude and a selfish motive in. coming here. No- one has , the right to ex- pect more than he gives, and a school is no excep...

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