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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 January 1931

Fine Arts Club Plan Proves a Success The proposed plan of work for the Fine'Arts' Club has proved very suc- cessful as well as beneficial. The plan provides for work, according to sec- tions,, each department of music jneeting in its own separate studios. Last Wednesday the club was called together for a sectional meeting. The 'meeting wis acclaimed very suceess- '1, "i'hf* !:oiir gave the-students an wtimity to see the inside of r work. oir faults were analyzed and good points-pointed.out. Through j j base of work many plans for tlser development are being work- ■ut. ■ . iality Barber Work At Prices that Are Pleasing, Let "Sal" Shine Your Shoes City Barber Shop Harris Bros. Grocery Caji Serve You Economically ALL TRADE APPRECIATED I Henry Ellis Grocery and Market A Complete Stock of. Groceries and Meats Scenes Around the Campus The scenes around the campus have changed slightly ' since the "kids" have quit "holding hands" and since the rule on loitering is being strictly enforced. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 January 1931

The Bachelor's Soliloquy To wed or not. to wed, That is the. question. To remain .single': And disappoint a few 1*01 a tiinej Or maTry And disappoint one woman . For life! ' ■ , women Can You Imagine A Freshman so dumb—:—• That when she went into— The Library to study— - She didn't know— . That you were supposed- To be quiets ' ■ And she called to the Librarif.n- ' From across, the loom—, ■Can you imagined— ' Anyone being that simple— Qan yout Huh? A girl in a blue ehanibiay— Was just that dumb. In the J-Tac Office Jfisa Mrthau, handing to Clarence Ferguson an article she had written, made ■■ the following bright remark: "Bead that. If you like it, I will write it so you can read it." .. ■ A little boy named Sciagga—<■ Getting a letter from a little girl-- .Aiant four feet eight inches.tail™ A little girl 'that ■ is real small— Andreal dark, and real sweet—' ■' And writes the cutest l<Sters-r-* '■ , About dahcea. in. the Gym— . And thinking.^ her.— When brushing , his teeth— ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 January 1931

€ A jk rs ^ 2 ZMJ abused, among the worst Emerson 1 VOLUME XI. ST1SPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1931 ■ NUMBER 17 BOY QUINT SERIES OVER W PLOWBOYI m&usla, Did we start our basketball sea- .son off with a bang? Did we? Well, I hope to tell you! and is our basketball team good? Well, rather! Did you ever see such, clean, wholesome sportsmanship as those Plowboys portrayed in the two games with Weathfirford. Who said there would be no compensations in athletics? The bad season we had in football can be easily forgotten with the great success we are to enjoy in basket- ball. VW.are going to have a suc- cessful basketball season if ye old spirit, remains, and it looks as ■ though .it is thoroughly- aroused. ■ The crowd at the game Friday night made it quite manifest that there is a school- spirit left, and the Plowboys made it very apparent -that they possess as much fighting spirit as is possible. . There is no better way to judge A student's loyalty than to observe hit or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 January 1931

YTft'w'-,Tlinimrrfc^ Published Weekly by the Students of Jobu Tarlcton College Entered "as- second class'. mail1 matter at. tlie poatoifice in Stepheoville, Texaa,- uader act of Congress of March 3, 18.79, Subscription Bates per year -$2.00 Address ■ all communications to The J-^ae, Tarlet-on Station Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief ..... Associate B di£or„„.„„_...... Feature Edator...:_,..._„. Literary Editor.. _j....CIarence Ferguson ; ._..Louis McGregor ... .....J. K. West Sports i Editor-.....™. Exchange Editor.. -Madeline Funkhouser ..„.....Atwell Bond T —Tom Lewis Society^Editor News Editor;.,.......: _L. , Facu 1 ty - Advi ser.-.. Business Manager....—.— —..Daisy Euth Sebastian 1 ..Jac Jackson Dollie Marie Glover Estell Sco.tt Exchange Column t " A Business Man's Letter Sir:' My typist, being a lady, cannot take down what I thinlc of you, and J being a gentleman, can- not it, but you being neither can guess jt all, ' About the first of February the new $87,000 San Angelo public sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 January 1931

D YOU 'TIS A CALL 'ia a call for real He-men wmijany banner to defend, ■ the time is near at' hand When ve'll be judged as man for tnAn. 'Tip ias week, for competition Ltr Ui strive for recognition—• Le; us fight for Company "C" Ar.'.i make it what it ought to be. Tis a little shining on our brass \n<<. our bores as slick as gtass, lktle pplish here and there— Competition won.' Joy every- where. ; . ,"Eis a straight line we must ' carry, . Not a single man can tarry- But, as soldiers we. must be, To win the competition for Co. "C.". "Tis for the Purple and the White The Second Eattalion boys must fight— And the best Company, boys, .We'll be, Jf we will fight for Co. "C." —By Hugh Garland. WHEN THEY COME (Air:- Peruna) They'll be wearing little blue cham- fer ay 3 when they come; They'll be wearing little blue cham- brays when they come; They'll be wearing little- blue' cham- . brays; they'll be wearing little blue cham- , brays; They'll be wearing little blue cham- . brays whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 January 1931

Fort Frolics Hello, Everyone: This is Station FORT that' is cutting in on< your, favorite program. We are broad-1 casting; and moaning on a short- charging frequency, of 14Q0 igicles. Our playground. pf the Southwest is" located at Stealin'fun, Texas. This station is also remotely con- trolled by the famous John Tarle- ton College where the .Plowboys plow mud the year.around and the Playglrls powder their noses from Sept. until May, when they start getting sunburned. Folks, you should have been with us Saturday night. At this super- sicks station of the atmosphere we were royally entertained by several of our friends' enemies. Let me picture to you, if I may, the in- describable, magnificent, pulsating scene which took place on this memorable night. 1 At. one end of the long' luxurious hall which ex- tends the entire length of our sta- tion, one may see Napoleon the Great, known, to liis friends and cronies as the iridomnitable I.eei Boothe- Manuel Merrell, (pardon me, I mean Alv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 January 1931

7.,/t ■' ri m / ■Jk 'mm, "THOUGHT AND KNOWLEDGE ARE NATURES IN WHICH APPARATUS AND PRE TENSION AVAIL NOTHING." —Emerson. 3 1 Volume xi. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1931 NUMBER 18 rq \ \ COMPANY A CONTINUES TO CARRY EXCELLENT BANNER AS GUIDON PLOWBOY! Forgetting our football ' record aiid looking back on our basketball cereer, we do not see anything that looks anyways like a single defeat. Are you wondering what the future has in store for us? It will have to drag in some terrible ■'bear eats" to beat those Plowboys, won't ' it?. I think so, ■ especially when you support them as you 'i ve done in the past. Just keep i good work up, and we'll con- i uV: ■ first plai'e rih- ' <;n home'. \ Whew! that competition was cer- tainly close, wasn't it, Plowboy? f saw you quiver' when you did .right by squads. You were certain- ly pervous. Boy, you certainly look- ed good! Who sa; you didn't have Company spirit? It showed that you had every ounce of spirit pos- sible: when- yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 January 1931

' Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered - as second ela^a-maU matter &t the poutoffiiee in Stephanville, Texas, u^.der ae'i:of-Congress of March .3, 1879. ■ - Subscription Rates. per year _$2.00 Address .all communications1 to The J-Tac, Tarl&ton Station, Texas Editor-in-Cliief-.- Associate Editor;.——* Feature'-Editor. Literary .Editor. Sports Editor.....:.. ... Exchange Editor...—,.. Society Editor. :— News Editor::..,, STAPF .1..... larence Fergus on —:—.Louis McGregor J. K. West : Madeline Funkhouser ........ ......... Atwell Bond ' ... • : ....:...,„Tom Lewis ........ .._..Daisy ..Kuth Sebastian Jac Jackson .,:.._DoHie . Marie Glover ....„'..,Estell Scott ffrat': Assistant Business'Manager _Cy Paul Roney . Second Assistant Business. Manager _:..Myndert Gilbert < Faculty Adviser.,:_......_.:...;.,- -''Business Manager...i:„'....l_.....,....„. K %a see tie new palace of the late em- peror; this palace was built' after the form of Sanssonci pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 January 1931

The Campus Knothole Miss Lucy Hennigau went to Fort Worth with Dr. and Mrs.' J. C. Ter- ipll to see The Bat on last Satur- day.. Mr, IP. B, Williamson .: of : Fort Woj1 th spent Sunday with Miss Mar- tisa Triekey. ' Hi ''s Lorena Dry. aitd Miss Clara a of Ennis spent the week- j.i,n miss Titi'a Belle Blanks. Dr. and Mr$. T. G, -Jackson of Carbon visited .Max and j.ae Jack- so a Sunday/ tiiey were accompan- ied by Mrs. Stubblefield, ivho visited her daughter, Lila Bath. . Miss Lena Lewis, Mias Elizabeth Toomey, Miss Lula. Gough, and Miss Lucy King went to Thorp Springs on Sunday afternoon. Station F-O-R-T Miss Lettio Davis of Lometa vis- ited Miss Dexta King on Monday. Mr. Doyle Palmer is in the hospi- tal with' tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tate of Car- bon visited their daughter, Louise Tate on Sunday afternoon. A Pair of Lunatics A Pair of -Lunatics was presented in chapel by J. W. Tucker and Christine Hollings-yforth, two of Tgrleton Players. The members of the student body "wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 January 1931

LISTEN, PLOWBOY (Continued from page one) valuable time to aid any cadet. Plowboy, we're not. forgetting track, are we? When spring comes, we want to see you out on that track .doing something .- worth' while. Of course anyone could- sit up in the J-Tac office and write about things, but it certainly, takes a real man to run. a mii^ or two. What do you think . about that Cook boy? You know, I believe, . that, he got seared when he .was a small fellow and that he is just still running. Anyway, he can cer- tainly : pull around that 'track like an alligator going to "chow;." / Tarleton Defeats Warner by Lopsided Score Last Week You shpuld have been with me at the foot'bWll banquet last-.Thursr day night. The speeches that'were' made were certainly uplifting. You . would have liked to see those heroes of the gridiron become the masters of. silverware. When you have something that you would like to put in this, col- umn, Plowboy, just write it. out and label it "Listen., Plowboy" and dro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

THE J-TAC — .. . THAT YOUNGSTER Simply refuses to remain a boy, and you approve liis manliness. But you want to keep 3iim as he is today. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE CHILDREN NEVER GROW UP—HAVE HIS PICTURE MADE TODAY BAXLEY'S STUDIO "TENTION!" NEW OFFICERS, WHO ARE JUST RECEIVING YOUR COMMISSIONS, WE SELL— JUSTIN BOOTS—Made to Fit You G. M. Carlton Bros. & Company - - — ■- —r— ^ —,— —— if Complete Line of Quality Groceries as Well as Picnic Supplies—Give Us a Trial CONVENIENT - CLOSE College Heights Grocery HANCOCK'S CAFE "THE HOME O'F BETTER COOKED MEALS" Ready to serve you at your 'banquets S ' ~ Radio Electric Shop LATEST DANCE RECORDS—POPULAR TUNES 35c Each; Three for $1.00 SPECIAL THIS WEEK One dozen 2x3 pictures complete with folders $1.25 per dozen; Stamp pictures 25c per dozen, THE ART STUDIO South Side Square i f.■ -"== mm: Valentine Day is Near Be ready to give the most attractive ones. Our supply is of a large variety and incomparable. Also a new' stock of all sizes kodak film...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

I "WE HAVE LAUNCHED OUR SHIP; THE OCEAN LIES AHEAD." Vol. XI STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 193.1 No. 19 PLOWBOY STATUE TO BE SENIOR MEMORIAL PLOWBOK! What do you say, boys—you know this new semester has started off with a bang Have you noticed that a lot of tlu? fellows are already drawing on their supplies of de- merits. Now we have it from a highly confidential source that there is an unlimited supply of these in the registrar's office but demerits are like the red on your bank balance sheet. Pretty and all —but—demerits are like money— better unspent, you know. Let's keep a careful eye on them fellows. Six here and there keep mounting up and We have it that the limit is sixty to a customer. These Plowboys are certainly feeling their oats lately. Fellows, did you ever stop to think what these boys are doing, whether they win or lose? Remember a, team isn't born—it's made. Every play these boys make has been practiced. {At the times when we were probably at the show.) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

THE J-TAC sanqoet Held By Six Horsemen Club Well, call a taxi! Can you fea- ture the Six Horsemen's Club hav- ing a banquet? However, the Horsemen have socials as well as the Cowboys. On Jan/28, 1931 A. D. as the six gun sounded, which was at seven o'clock, the Six Horsemen and their fair co-ed friends board- eel the Eastbound Tarleton Avenue Bus. Promptly at 7:15 the bus came to a halt in front of Mrs. John Cage's home, which was tlie place where the club banqueted. As the clock sounded 7:^0, the hungry group of l'ange riders and their guests were called to the ban- quet room, which was beautifully decorated with flowers. The table was made attractive by currying out the loud colors of red and green. The white horse and leather saddle in the center of the table suggested a Ions horseman. The following' menu was served to the group of pleasure seekers: Fruit Cocktail Punch Turkey and Dressing Sweet Potato Croquettes Cranberry Jelly Asparagus Stuffed Celery Corn Pudding Hot Biscuits ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

THE J-TAC Mr. Oliver's Greetings To Seniors Greetings to the Senior Class of '31: Hard times have brought out some very excellent characteristics in you. It is only natural that you should like to leave a memorial to Tarleton as costly1 as previous me- morials; but your pride did not stand in the way of your good judg- ment. By a very thorough and sys- tematic method, you have chosen a memorial that you will always be proud of, a memorial which will always be remembered by those who see it because it is a symbol of Tarleton and because it is strik- ingly diffeient from anything on the campus. You are seniors in college now, but most of you are looking for- ward to your freshman days in the business of living. Therefore, I want to leave the following anony- mous poem with you for your con- sideration: "If you think you are beaten, you are. If you think you dare not, you don't. If you'd like to win but you think you can't, It's almost a cinch you won't. If you think you'll lose, you'r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

THE J-TAC OCIETY Fine Arts Department To Hear Paderewski The Paderewski Concert in Fort Worth is attracting the attention of the Fine Arts Department and others. Forty students have order- ed tickets and many more could be sold if transportation could be ar- ranged. The return of Paderewski to this country marks the highlight of the coming musical season. The great- est of living pianists will arrive for the beginning of his seventeenth tour of the United States in Octo- ber. While in the United States he will give seventy recitals—his tour carrying him as far as the Pacific Coast. It is two seasons since Padere- wski was here. He spent a large part of last year touring Europe, giving many recitals for charity. The proceeds of his entire tour in France he turned over to Marshal Focli's charities, and in gratitude the French Government bestowed on him its highest award—the Grand Cross of the Legion of Hon- or. He is, by the way, one of the most decorated men in the world, holding med...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

THE J-TAC J. K. West, Feature .Editor Madeline Funkhousvr, Literary Editor Atwell Bond, Sports Editor Vernon Walton and Lemuel Wilcox, Associate Editors Fred Crabtrec, Feature .Editor Lillie Mae Reid, Literary Editor REGULAR STAFF Clarence Ferguson, Editor-in-Chief Louis McGregor, Associate Editor Dollie Marie Glover, Faculty Adviser BUSINESS STAFF Estell Scott, Business Manager Cy Paul Koney, First Asst. Business Manager Mvndert Gilbert, Sccond Asst. Business Manager CLASS STAFF Jowell K'eblett, Editor-in-Chief Lorraine Yarbrough, John E. Oliver Faculty Advisors Katherinc Brandon, Society Editor Tom Lewis, Exchange Editor ■D&isy liutii Sebastian, Society Editor Jac Jackson, 'News Editor Jimmie Greenway, Business Manager Agnes Lee Parsons and Janio White, News Editors Henry Meador, Exchange Editor OH" QUITTING Many students quit school beenwse they are not making their work. They do tills before they realize that they are making the mistake of their lives. A great many of those ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

8 THE J-T.AC Travels Abroad (DOLLIE MARIE GLOVER) .(Continued from Last Week) (Dollie Marie Glover) On July 23 we arrived in Dres- den, Germany, which is called the Florence of Germany. The first place of interest we visited was the Green Vault, where we saw the crown jewels, which are gor- geous and very costly. They con- sist of diamonds, rubies, emeralds, topaz, amethyts, sapphires, and other costly stones. In the same museum with the crown jewels are many other interesting things such as pictures, statuary, and articles made of various kinds of mater- ials. One piece of statuary repre- senting the fall of the bad angels contains 142 figures, all of which were cut from one piece of ivory. In another place the figures cut in ivory represent the Rape of Per- se)) hone. Drinking- cups made of ostrich eggs and other kinds of ar- ticles made of copper and enamel- ed ware, gilded silver tubs in which the champagne was cooled, vases of lapis lazuli, and a mantle stud- ded with real ston...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

THE J-TAC Members of Rifle Team Selected The following- men were high point men of the two rifle teams and will form the regular rifle team: Fuller, Robert, Captain. Stockton, J. Ratclitf, J. II. Akins, Lee. Newman, C. C. Crabtree, F. Neblett, J. Shcrrod, A. Allison, A, Rogers, C. McKenzie, E. Van Zandt, E. Langham, Noel. Fenner, W. Casey, H. LISTEN, PLOWBOY (Continued from page 3) ing you a hint. Anyway, fellows, the track team is going round with a vengeance. Last year the track team collected a lot of medals and cups. Its ours for a championship track team this year, fellows. These boys that are out, are on the track doing their stuff. Its not play and they aren't doing it for a pastime. Watch them, fellows. Every year the Seniors have that—well 'what would you call it—about the memorial. Anyway its a Plowboy statue. It's a sort of bright idea, at that. And you Freshmen, it will be fine to gather around a bronze Plowboy and yell "Back those Plowboys!" And about this yelling propo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

10 THE J-TAC Students See "Ibsen's Ghosts" Last Saturday Miss Lillai'd and several of her students, including Dorothy Stockton, Beryl Blaekwell, Bobbyc Paschal, and Lucille Moss motored to Fort Worth to see the Port Worth Little Theatre, in the new building on MI3- Tucker St., present Ibsen's -great play, Ghosts.' The director of the- Little Theatre is Cameron King, and his present- ation of this difficult play was ex- cellently and beautifully done. The cast included some very talented characters who have been well known in dramatics in„Fort Worth and elsewhere. In the fall Miss Lilian! also saw tlw Little Theatre give Sir John Edwin's popular play, "This Tkiny Called Love," in which her friend, Chas, L. Renand, played a leading role. She and Bobbye saw their piesentation of "Lulu Bett," writ- ten by Zana Gak. The Tarlcton Flayers are now rehearsing "Lula Bett" to be given sometime in the nvar future. Large Enrollment in Public Speaking There is a decided increase in the enrollment...

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