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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 November 1930

COMPANY BASKTBALL PRACTIC AT GYM tContiniied from pagel) wotti 3 V/isdom uses-the company .rimpitirion as a nieans of uncov- ur'irig valuable material for his vsrSitj squad. The men of "C" • Uomp&yn won' the trophy last yest; *at tiBy ; were., closely contested ■>y thi' ither companies. B,oth "B" and' companies have let it be .Mr. ;tit they intend to take the basketeers into their camp/ -nil the' ^Videttes. say that their .'Veshrrieri will have the scalps of 'lie .other companies, on their car- tridge ■; belts: I The band also ' promises a fair rara. '■:. -'; ■ ' ■ Boyd LaiigMiri <«seems to under- stand "^ifl the arts of love-making, aSd b.i- advises Fish- Tucker how Iitf e&ri pferauade an attractive girl to become ; his bride.- Students, Whole Town's Talking" is i scream from- beginning to end. ijjfe is worth 35c- just to see Tucker nake love to the women. Majestic Sandwich 1 I Shop 2 < Joif haven't had' the best until you 1 " Jr"tve tried- our coffee' Haris Bros G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 November 1930

LISTEN PLOWBQY (Continued from page 1) ; .team winning th&^ State champion- ship for many years;'. We!1 are' ex- pecting you-to support every ath- letic1 team. ' :■ There is much spirit in company, competition Jat parades:- The suc- cess of theCadet, corps depends on the. spirit1 that exists between companies.- : Plowboy, know that :your company is the beat in the corps and.help.to.prove.it by hav- ing- your company win the line on parade.. - to be Casey. Huckabee, at present president of the club; Miss Fell- man will-go with her, . This plans for a cape to be presented to the Athletic sponsor were discussed. The cape has been presented and "those of youi who." were at the ..game. Tuesday saw it. After, a short talk from the president, re- freshments were served, - and ad- journment was made, until the next, meeting which is to be on Novem- ber' 20. ■ Don't forget Pep meeting some time this week. . We;are expect- ing1 a large • number of . .the stu- dents to be out. "In fact, we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 December 1930

1 0 EEvEB w EE # WORLD THROUGH ITS PRETENSION Emerson 3 0 VOLITME XI, STEPHENyiLLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1930 NUMBER 12 ;ame of the INDS WITH PLOWBOYl Well, football season is' over. Let" us. ieview for. a moment the actions of the Plowboys. In the first part of the season all of our pep was knocked out by being de- feated by teams that were much stronger than our own. We ex- pected to ■ win againgt senior col- leges when there was not'a pos- sible chance. They, out numbered us. Our school spirit seemed to slump when the boys were ■ de- feated"* iii four continuous games. Loyalty to- Tarleton began to ' rise on the approach of the game with Marshal!. We'went,to the field to win that game, but breaks v,OL-e against us. We suffered de- iWt, but the "Old Tarleton Spir- it" 'did not weaken. When the- Jefferson .School- of Law came, to Hays, field, the Plowboys mani- fested great mettle and won' the game by an overwhelming score. ■Westminster csme up. here with the' intention of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 December 1930

T~~ Published Weekly tiy the Students of Jofcii Tarleton College Entered .aa second ciase mail matter at the poatoffioe in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription' Rates per year _$2.00 Address -nil coniumnications to Tho J-Tac, Tarl&ton Statio% Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief. Associate Editor.... Feature Editor.— Literary Editor...... I Sports Editor... . . Exchange Editor.—... Society Editor _.r. Daisy Ruth Sebastian News Editor — ..... _..._Jac Jackson Clarence Ferguson Louis McGregor ..J. K: West Madeline Funkhouser Atwell Bond .Tom Lewis , Faculty Adviser.,, < Business. Manager.. First Assistant Business Manager..-. —r.. Second Assistant Business'Manager. -..^Myndert Gilbert .Dollie Marie Glover ..: Estell Scott Cy Paul Roney MILITARY COURTESY • There has been a great negligence, in doing what is proper when, the school songs and state and national songs are. being - played. A military school' should not have to be reminded of this failure ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 December 1930

The Philosopher's Club Picnic One of the most enjoyable events -;.f year was the Philosopher's Club : party on Friday, night, Novei- ■ i • ' 15. The club members and thei: dates' met in front of the Home , E,f toIcb Building at 5130. ■ The : h o the college farm certain- ly created a . good appetite. ' A , bonfire. "vyss s«on made, and- the . food. was' brought out. Each one got his share, of the sipoke iri toasting weiners and marshmal- ■' Jows£ Bacon, .buns, mustard, pota- L, to chins, pickles, apples, coffee, cream, ■ and ; sugar were quickly consumed. Then the four old mem- ~ bers* 'Vernon Walton, Vera Mob- ley, ■ ' Herbert King,, and Lucile ; Watson initiated twelve of ~the : new. members: that were present. , The philosophical good hand shake .Was* extended ta> the new mem- ■ bers;' this turned.,, out to be a . hand shake between Lucile Watson ; and Herbert King instead of Lucile ' and the new members. ■ A', suit case' race between Au- . hrey .Shannon and Fred Crabtree " wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 December 1930

■■y:'i'' vP-'*'}' , .J" : f-'.: \ 1 ■ LISfEN PLOWB6Y , :,V . (Continued .from' "page 1) The piosjiecits* for a. winning track team;;' are promising'.this ^y^ar,,'1 Cook* 'who'. i 15 a/ distance man, is running almost every af- :;^impD^.;v.P!c(wboyj! we are looking' for Cook to Break; a record, this y^ar, aroii't we? Walter and Julius Glenney - are ■ also, gunning- every afternoon. ■ With.-; this much / jn- tereat already manifested, Tarle- ton cannot have-a defeated track teajn. ,- . ■ -., -. ' ; ,. ;' The'rifle;team is ■ .working, hare' every day. ■■ We are expecting the . sharpshooter.? to do tjieir, "stuff" in. the national contest. . ■ , UNIQUE PROGRAM GIVEN *r. ' MONDAY* NIGHT •; " (Continued . from, ■ 1) (.AllSIGHS APPEAR ElBVfnEm^Est DRAMATIC CLLB PUTS ;'. W , ; OVER GOOD PLAY (Continued from page 1) \ ^Jie',' following ia, a ,'eagt.. of the characters: . , ; .Henry Simmons,' a nianjifacturer— Boyd . Laughlin;_ Harriet Simmons, ;'hi's wifej BobbyePaschal,'EtHel .Sini- ... .pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 December 1930

/. i -f MW^eek IBsPgaEWra! •rilB .. •^> 55kr - ; ' •t* 4 ■ £ , \ t" '. ,■ „• Diligence is the. mother of good ' luck, and God gives all, things to industry^ •^—Frank^n, 1 VOLUME XI. , ■ STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1930 NUMBER 13 HOOL ASSO FLOWBOY! We}}, basketball has begun, and. the gymnasium rings with the laugh- ter of Coach..Wisdom and hia goal ringers as they practice. "Uncle Walt," who won. his.place as a PJowJjoy in '29, shows:, that/ lis stilt knows how to put the hall in the basket. Plowboy, show; the bas- ketball team that no one could sup- port them as you can. . 'The-. tumblers are keeping in trim, ■nil fAe time, We could not' enjoy a basketball" gaine; to the fullest extent -the tumblers ■ were given, a chanee to entertain. Just-teep the good work up, tumbler's; we are watching you at all tinea ^nd think of yf-u ,ta one of Tarleton's most toy<ji . — We have not mentioned about box, jug. it is not a new Bport but is as old' as Tarleton itself,.' The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 December 1930

■ Hf" Improvement in Thoug-ht Tarleton Folks,,. you will be entertained^ today' .by, the. Bi^rnyajcd family over Stati<S£ A>u-n-t. J-k-p-e, , W^5 jijiyp, received many cQmpli- merits on opr programs, and, /we visK to thank every one of you., Thos$ from, v horn we , h^ve re- ceive^.' ,telegrams, letter^, 'ph,o.ne c,flIs, etc!,:' are Miss Jessie M?„e, onham^ from Po's Hall, ( Mr. X' '.^Porter, Tarh^ton, M^s, James; finer, Shamrock, Texa%.' ',',' Sir, !'Red" Berry, Tarleton, Hiss Lois Blackwell, . Tarleton, an<| many others. We "appreciate a" greeting at- 'any time: ; ft:one. of the, family, ■went' home this-week-,end-^none of us will be here in another week. Just a few more hours until—holidays and Santa Claus and? 1 ' '' "'.,/,. One night while Fis|i Berry and ier roommate were studying {'!) a. 12" o'clock < ?)—for a history test,! Ethel 'sajd. "I, wish, I had lived one thousand'years' ago!" "Why ?" asked her roommate, ''Because there would ,not, have been so much old his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 December 1930

" r> v-vrsrV:-. *y- v:' tV-\*> ■*■*< ."•VV. 'r;i-> J; ." .V'-'^V1 't~~} i' ,j" ?Published .Weekly-by-the Students of John Tarleton-College Entered a second class mail matter at thepostoffico iu Stophenyille, Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879.1 '? Subscription Itates per year ... ;— ^ -_$2.00 Address -gll. communications to .The J-Tac, Tarlet-on Station, Texafr' "n*rq~-—rr-b—— - STAFF Clarence Fergusoh —Louis McGregor ... ... .._J.' K. West ..Madeline FunkKouser .....?..?. Atwell "Bond ,_?._ .—Tom Lewis- Edft&Sr-iu-Ofei-ef. ——-—;—u.— Aasij'ei^te"" El ditor. ?'_?—. Feature" Editor 1: _., Literary Editor ?.- —?- Sports Editor Exchange E ditor..__ — Society Editor. — -■ News. Editor. Faculty Adviser. —-J—:X>olIie''Marie Glover Business Manager..,._.L___? 1 —E stell S'cott First Assistant Business Manager. ..— —Cy Paul Roney Second'-Assistant Business Manager. ;—:.....Myndert Gilbert ..Daisy Ruth Sebastian _Ja6 . JacS^oh Vj.4. : % ; . . . , 'llIE,y?JIFOJRM ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 December 1930

THE DIVISION' No one seems to. wonder, - No one seems to care, No one seems to. ponder , \ ■ ■ Over " many.1 things so, rare. To wonder at the ocean, ' To wonder at the sea, To wonder at; the, motion Of the waters of the lees. To look at-, tr?es in , summer, . To look at. trees in .fs.ll4 To look at leaves and number pr: count them as they; fall. To see the snows in winter, To see the coming spring, . To see the birds that wend Upon their favorite wing. Because of all the autumns, . Because of all the seas, Because of all creation From beasts to eddying, lees. , One clear thought-is givcjn; One clear thought is true; One clear thought is proven, And that I'll give to' you. ■ One great Hand is evident, One great Hand is clear, One great. Hand is eloquent As it. divides the year. ' . —J, Temp. Lewis, TO-— To go away would break my heart; To me; to stay is dreadful pain, As long as you are just: so mean To tease and draw, me all apart. Please come, or go, or leave me be, • ■ ■■ ; , Or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 December 1930

i n ■'' // . '' / '• / 1 9 jh V EE^EG m MA SrphiX WORLD 3 0 VOLUME XI. STEPHEKVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1930 NUMBER 14 A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year PLOWBOYI Dear Santa: I am very glad that you are coming in the near future because I have' many things that I am go- ing to- ask you to bring me. I real- ize that I am somewhat selfish about wanting so many things; but Santa, if you only knew how badly • I needed them, you would send ev- ery one of them willingly. Santa, I realize that our football season was. not as successful as we 'wanted it to be, but we could not help that. Please give us a basketball team that' will win the State championship.this year. We need it badly.. Sure we have the yppn -now, but-{rive them the ambi- tion to do their best in practicing and in the conference games. St. Nick, I haven't been punctual ' in attending pep meetings as I should have been. I would be more than thankful if y'o.u would put into me the desire to make a New Year's re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 December 1930

Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton. College Entered as seeond class mail matter at the poatoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates per year $2.00 Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas ' STAFF Editor-in-Chief.. Clarence Ferguson Associate Ed it or. — - —Louis McGregor Feature Editor. -J. K. West Literary Editor. — Madeline Funkhouser Sports Editor— Atwell Bond Exchange Editor. .Tom Lewis Society Editor..., Daisy Ruth Sebastian Neyi's Editor Jac Jackson Faculty Adviser. Dollie Marie Glover Business Manager. Estell Scott First Assistant Business Manager..- — Cy Paul Roney Second Assistant Business Manager. ....-Myndert Gilbert < The Christmas Spirit *i ... When we go to the county fair, we see fluttering banners and variously colored decorations. These ^dvertise the spirit of the occasion. Consequently many people are induced into takin^ig part in the different types of games and amusements, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 December 1930

Dublin Club Elects Officers for Year The Dublin Club met last Thurs- day and elected officers, Hal :Sul- lenberger was elected.1 president; Lillie Mae Reid, vice-president; Willie Boggs, secretary and treas- urer; and Frances Whiefield, re- porter. The club sponsors have not been selected yet. Every stu- dent from Dublin is urged to join this club, because we want to make it the best Dublin Club that has ever been organized. Old Dormitory December 15, 1930. Dearest Santa: Santa, if you are like all other people I know, you are at, a' loss as to what to bring the little co- eds of Tarleton. Of course it would take a book to write all of the wishes and wants in, but here is rtiy earnest effort to help you, Louise Jones - said she didn't want to be particular, but she did hope that you would bring her a china doll with lots of lace and heaus. Beatrice wants a rag doll, but she wants it to have two arms and two legs and she doesn't want its face dirty like the face of the one she has no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 December 1930

LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS (Continued from page one) <' clock. Good-bye, Santa, I hear a cat squalling. Cy. Paul $oneyv Punkinville, Center Nearly Christmas. Dear Ole Santa: You'll find my stocking hang- ing1 on the mantlcboard in front of the fireplace. Our, chimney is very small, and - you'd better be careful if you try to come down it. Me and Scottie live together, but don't get our stockings, mixed up. You can tell Scottie's from mine because his'n has two hples in it, and mine, has only onev. Bring me a Fort Quieter and typewriter that will publish or- ders. My old lady (Scottie) needs & new moral in thp Cadet. Corps, and before I forgtft it, please send me a new set of nerves so Ser- geant Buschman won't cuss me out every tinfe I shoot for record on the rifle team. Yours truly, Lil Robert Fuller. Tarleton Station December 17, 1930. Mr. S. Klaus North Pole, U. S. A. Dear Sandy: I think that J have been good enough this year to deserve a lot of presents. I almost passed all m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 January 1931

i. i" " f M; a / Jk w w jBO tJ Sophocles VOLUME. XI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATU RDAY, JAN UARY 10, 1931 NUMBER 16 PLOWBOYI Well,'. Plowboy, Santa has. come and gone and left many, of his wares among>us. We are thankful for the .many things he- gave us, aren't we? , Is one of .your New Year's res- olutions "I will make every bas- ketball game and track meet?" If "not, why not add it to-, your list? Y?e know you are certainly going to support the Plowboys in ev- erything that they attempt. The game between Tarleton and fqdian Gap is expected to be a great one. Come out and see the Plowboya in action. You will see what you will call a real team. Be aim> anil - bring your yeller with you because we expect you to yell. :^Iany cf the games will be !'iere thit year. We already have a hard module with colleges near . here, arn' it will take your sup- " port to t\elp win every game. 1 The track men are working out daily. Sometimes we wish aspeed- ■ ometer was connected to one of the dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 January 1931

.. \ . Published Weekly by %e-Students of John Tarleton' College Entered,'as: ■:'second cl^sa mail^'matter at the postofiiee in Stephenville; ..." ^ ./■■.. . Texas,, upder act .of Congress of .March 3, 1879.:. , Subscription' Bates per year ;^. _$2.00 ' '"Address all communications, to' The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas ', STAFF Editor-in-Chi ef. - Associate Editor.— Feature Editor... Literary Editor:—:— Sports Editor.. Exchange Editor,—....... Society, Editor.. -Clarence Ferguson Louis McGregor ■ :.J. k. West .Madeline Fuhkhouser Atwell Bond ...... —Tom Lewis ' Newa-Editor....-....^-....-.. Faculty Adviser..,,.:--:.-. Business Manager-- ..Daisy Ruth Sebastian - ...Jac Jackson First'Assistant business Manager. '. Secorid 'Assistant Business Manager.— ..Dollie 'Marie Glover Estell Scott ....._.Cy Paul Roney — Myndert Gilbert Travels Abroad (DOLLIE MARIE GLOVER) (Continued from Last Week) WILL YOUR SHIP COME IN? • A gaJ.'ant ghi'p, THE NEW YEAR, is setting forth to. sea. As- we, bid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 January 1931

. V- Aunt Jane's; House Hello; folks; here Je are. Happy New Year to everyone is our hearty greeting this 'blue Monday.' The Barnyard Family entertain- ing over station A-TJ-N-T J-A-N-E. Isn't it terrible to' do something iou don't want to do? Why do we havt to go to school,, then? Thi:;>e grades! Whoopee! Liliie Mm thinks K means ex- cellent. jj.'-ij,una was wise (for once). She, went to the postoffice and got her grades herself, Gracd was so eager to get back to the placs she Loved so well that slie came back. Sat ai day. The rest rjf ua wanted to be with 'home long as possible, and we 4'dn'tj g .-- back until- Sunday. Isn't that right, Mabel? Who said there .ain't no Santa? ' "here certanily is one, 'cause, we saw him with bur own eyes at the Christmas tree. He ilooked ■ better t aari any—ah—one we see at Tar- leton, Sadie disagrees. Ethel said that she came back vVkci-.the 'real spirit'—sh! but she explained it all to ns Sunday night. Well, we really believe that Sa- die,. Gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 January 1931

■ s ■k. - > A and What They Are Doing (Continued from page one) and first graduate'in electrical en- M iS'J (f /,-■ J, t' —I.'™- L*—,. .v i gineering; is an employee'of the General -Elcetric. 'Company -with hea&quartersat Kansas City, Mo. 1 , '• , i •. ■' • •• ' ;; V, • .Tames II. Stewart of the class of '28J*iB" coach and Boy manager for the junior boy.s in the high. school at Sidney, Texas. , *;X'4 Miss Eunice Florence of thff clasB of '28 is teaching in the pub- lic schools at Slaton,. Texas. ;Dprsqtt Risinger of1 the class of 'SO ' is' working with the United Fruit. Company ' ih Guatamala. D.orsett was . business manager of tfte. J-Tac last year. Th©; Anpual and the" college pap- er ; (axrariged with ■ the most im- portant .last for emphasis) mil now be able1 to "ad vance the literary ajt without the usual help of the coal 'oil lantern. ' The Grassburr •bunch has not needed aily addition- al lights because Kay's. and' Mene- fee's flashlights are good enough for anybody. J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 January 1931

M 0S?EB^EB : MM A little learning is a dangerous thing Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring." Pope. VOLUME XI. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1931. NUMBER 16 TARLETON TO MEET WEATHERFORD COLLEGE FRIDAY-SATURDAY NIGHTS PLOWBOYl Gang', basketball season, is here, and we have a swell'team to rep- resent us, this season. Let's give them the support they deserve in every game they play. Basketball gaines can help us a lot to. tide over this dull season of the year. Let's make the gym our meeting place every time those Plowboys play- rf'Everypne is busy finishing up his semester's work, but that should be no reason for us to lose the spirit. Some of . us are going • home, and some are going other places, while most are going to stay here and' tfphold the reputa- .ion- of the ones who have gonebe- fore.- We are hoping that those ■who are. going away vrfli have only- fond memories of their stay in • Tarleton. :. Everything ts going ;smoothly sihCe Christmas holidays. Many...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 January 1931

o-Piiblished Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1S79.. Subscription Bates per year ■ -$2.00 Address all 'communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas 8TAPF Editor-in-Chief.— Associate Editor- Feature Editor.— -Clarence Ferguson Louis McGregor J. K, West Literary Editor ..— Sports Editor. J Exchange Editor. ; Madeline Funkhouaer . . Atwell Bond Torn Lewis Society Editor- News Editor. Faculty Adviser.:— Daisy Ruth Sebastian Jac Jackson l-.Dollie Marie Glover Business Manager. -— Estell Scott First Assistant Business Manager- Cy Paul Honey Second Assistant Business Manager Myndert Gilbert BORROWING Some writer has said that; habits are a cable, a thread which we weave each day, till at length we cannot break it if we would. There are aojhe of us who' have inadvertently slipped into a bad habit. The cultivation qf bad habits comes easily and some- times qu...

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