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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

THE J-TAC 11 WE INVITE STUDENTS AND FACULTY To Make This Their Bank for 1931 m TIIF First state DAM iilTj Stephenville DAIMi LATHAM'S— Phone 441 Continuous Flow Dry Cleaning and Pressing Southwest Corner Square Quality Barber Work Shave 10c—Hair Cut l-5c Cut prices, but.same service City Barber Shop Moser Bros Always strives to please cus- tomers Meats Vegetables Groceries Free Delivery East Washington Harris' Grocery For Quality Household Grocer- ies We Appreciate Your Trade Onyx Cafe Students! Let us figure with your for your banquets Keyser & Beene Tailors — Cleaners Hatters — Dyers Phone 288 Phonograph Records 3 For $1.00 Livingston Music Store Dr. S. D. Nay lor Office Phone Residence Phone.. _130 -.30 DR. CROMWELL Dentist West Side Square McMahan & Holley Good Barber Work is Our Specialty "THERE IS A DIFFERENCE" Armstrong & White Quick Tailor Service Alterations of All Kinds Made. PHONE 254 We Call for and Deliver Dr. A. O. Cragwall Physician and Surgeon Office Over...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 February 1931

CALLOUSES? Dr. Scholi's ZifiQ-pads for Cdh louses st-.'p pain luetantly; re- move 6iioir pressure. Thin, pro* tcciivc* soothiog, healing, guar- anteed und cure, 25vJjO& CORNS? Dr. Scholi's Zuio-p<j<is for Corns end pain in oat: minute; rt-uiava tlio cuuic—friction ami pressure of tlioes; tliin protective, safe, euotluii'T, iicaiic^. Leak Let ©sat" Foot Expert Help You Friday, February 13 To aid those who arc in misery from their feet, wo have set apart the above dates for a special deiucrioUatiou of foot comfort methods by our foot expert, who is) a gcaduale of the, SehcU Orthoptics Truij - ing School. Ifo will give yoin1 feet a thorough sclcinific aualy.,i , develop prints of them which reveal the exact nature of your aihneut, and show you what to do to get quick and permanent relief. All this without cost or obligation to you! Any Dr. Ssholl Foot Relief you are recommended to buy is guar- anteed to give you relief. Don't miss this opportunity! $1.95 First Quality Hose Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-TAC m Laugh A TWO-WAY PRAYER A little boy bad been, very nau- ghty and his mother told him that he was in. for a good whipping when she could find time to attend to him. He'knew from past experiences that it was an idle threat, so he went to his room, and kneeled in prayer, asking the Lord to avert the threatened spanking. His mother passed the room and said: "What in the world are you doing?" ."I'm praying to the Lord to spare me that whipping—but I hope that you'll hear me." A FAMOUS "DATE" "Can you give me any well- known date in Roman history?" Asked the teacher. "I can, teacher," said one pupil. "Antony's with Cleopatra." IN SOME CASES? The teacher was explaining to her class what was meant by "big- amy." "It means," she said, "having two wives at one time. Now, can any boy tell me what word means having only one wife?" "I can, teacher," said one boy. "Monotony." NOT LATELY Among the invited guests at a wedding was a rejected suitor of the bride, who stood around gloom- i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

JUNIOR EDITION ~s JUNIOR EDITION "AN HONEST MAN'S THE NOBLEST WORK OF GOD."—Pope. r Vol. XI STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1931 No. 20 PLOWE0YJ Plowboy, wo lost a game last Saturday, but that is no reason to .be discouraged. Those boys of ours r.'ayed wonderfully They did their bit—6id you do yours? There were only about .two hun- dred students at the game Satur- day night. Of course it's hard to give up the only privilege night we have for a game, but our players gave it up. Can't we? Let's turn out one hundred per cent for these games from now on, and maybe we can talk the coach into matching games for some other night in the week. What do you say, Plowboy? We've a track team coming up that is; a "dinner." Let's all get in- terested and put them over in grand style. "It won't be long now," Plowboy, till spring with its customary "fever" will be upon us. Let's work hard these next few weeks so that when we feel more like gazing out of the window and dreaming of fishing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-TAC The Campus Knothole Mr. and Mrs. Swan Richardson were in Fort Worth Sunday, where Mrs. Richardson was surprised by Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Beddoe, who gave a four-course luncheon in her tonor. Many of Mrs. Richardson's old Fort Worth friends were pres- ent. Last Tuesday evening Mrs. Rich- ardson was surprised with a birth- day dinner, planned by her hus- band and Miss Kay. The surprise party took place in Mrs. Richard- Son's own home. Pete Kelly is organizing a new campus orchestra, called "The Tar- leton Playboys." The orchestra has been rehearsing and working up new numbers. They hope to be able to give a p.jrgv&in in chapel soon. The members are Snively, Stone, King, Osbr.rn, Kelly, Arnold, San- snig, Moore, Rogers, and Cole. Miss Ililswick has some new skates, and we hear that she is us- ing them to the best advantage. Mr. Garrett is teaching educa- tion now. We wonder if he has a big class. dwiches, sweetpickle salad, olives, caramel pudding topped with oream, hot tea,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-TAC OH t"/ J Mm: ■">s5i d mmwmmrnwmwmmrnmwm Plowboys Lose To Polliwogs For the third time this season the Plowboys bowed in defeat to a worthy opponent. The T. C. U. Polliwogs invaded our territory and toro down our playhouse by a score of 27-18. The game was perhaps the snap- piest game witnessed in the John Tarletcn Gym this season. At tho end of the first ten minutes of play neither team had scored, but dur- ing the early minutes of the sec- ond period both teams succeeded in "breaking- the ice" to make the game more interesting. The Polliwogs displayed superior offensive tactics from the first, and at the close of the first half they were hi possession of a seven-point lead, the score being 13-6, As tho second half opened, the Plowboys threatened to tear up the nice castles built by the Polliwogs during-: the initial period; but they seemed to bo unable to outstrip the wide-awake boys from "Ctrw- xown.' Every man on the Tarleton team played the game, and played it well....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-TAC Lunch Wagon Fables t>:30, 11:30, 4:30 o'clock are all the same to ua at the dining hall. We dq have a gang' of grand guys at any late; and if you want to hear the latest .gossip, just drop in. Our new member, Annie- C., is looking' forward to the visit, of her brother from A. and M., but don't be too fast, folks; that's not all. Somebody else is coming, too. Just ask Daisy Ruth for particulars. It will be thrill for the Prairie Daisy, From several reports, we find that our little Fish Pancake would like to start hopping tables: on skates if it were not for the boss, Miss Burleson. She is a grand skater, no fooling. Ask Mr. Elam and Fish Carroll. Oh yeah, Lois Short asked us not to tell you again that she re- ceives letters from. Tech; so we won't say much about it, but she is the grandest table hop. The apple box is Casey's great- est pal. The freshman all lealize what it means, too. We also found out why Casey was so interested in Lefty; and if you won't dare tell, wel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-T A C J. K. West, Feature Editor Madeline Funkhouser, Literary Editor Atwell Bond, Sports Editor George Thompson, Feature Editor Geneva Coley, Literary Editor Billy Boss, Sports 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 IJoncy, First Asst. Business Manager Myndert Gilbert, Second Asst. Business Manager CLASS STAFF Houston Biard, Editor-in-Chief Mrs. G. E. Woodward, Faculty Advisor Myndert Gilbert, Business Manager Tom Lewis, Exchange Editor Daisy Euth Sebastian, Society Editor Jae Jackson, News Editor Mary> Bob McGill, Exchange Editor Annie Ruth Jones, Society Editor Mary Hunter, News Editor On Reading- Do you know that fully nine-tenths of a man's or a woman's scope of knowledge is obtained through conscientious reading1! The other one- tenth is gained through experience. One must be quite broad in his reading, however. He should not con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-TAC POET TO THE PLOWBOYS I Your hard-fought games, Plowboys, Represent this game called 'Life,' Clean sportsmanship and due re- spect You show throughout the strife. It's rather discouraging at times When Old Father Defeat is meet- ing us; However, you do not give up the game Before you have victory greeting us. To win every time isn't best— What builds a determination so , strong? Is it to find the path weed-swept? No, we must have some' defeat as we go along. So, Plowboy, there is one good con- solation— We, the lovers of the purple and white, Will always respect and honor'you, And we'll be there to encourage the fight. —Daphna Sparkman. TO EVERY BOY Don't think, your father wants to preach Or to pick on you, my lad, When at times he tries to teach That this, or that is bad. He doesn't want to make of you A boy of "sissy" heart. He only hopes in all you do You'll play a manly part. And if you think he likes to scold, My lad, I'm sure you're wrong, Her father's heart is far f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-TAC y agaaaM oi&ma Mimum TY ml m liiWW Varsity Eig-ht Goes J. Thomas Davis1 To Rising Star Society Has Meeting* Monday afternoon Beck's Varsity Eight, accompanied by Misses Ju- area Tubbs and Wyvon Mason, and Miss Burleson, sponsor of the or- chestra, left for Rising Star to play for an entertainment to be given there Monday night. Mem- bers of the orchestra who made the trip were as follow: Benny Busba, Stormy Cooke, George Thompson, J. W. Tucker, Marine Cowan, Luke Ilenslee, Jessie Moore, and Lawrence Snively. Sharps and Flats The Band has an extra drill Tues- day. This is lots of fun. If yon don't believe it, just join us and see. Stone, our capable captain, is a member of "The Tarleton Play- boys," the now campus orchestra, under the direction of "The Great Kelley," The Band is planning- a two- weeks' tour of Texas before school is out. Sansing and Kelley use the ex- pression, "Reach for a Jones in- stead of a Sweet." How about drilling with skates on ? The Band will c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

10 THE J-TAC Dump News We fail to see much of Waynie McClaren these days. You might find her shopping in Cox's. Was Kathaleen Brazil ever known to stay over the week-end in the dump ? Have you ever heard of the /'Dirty Dozen?" We have heard them sleeping peacefully, (I do not think!) on the porch. Tate says that the Freshmen try not to awak- en her over five times a night. Lucy Ledbetter still S. A.'s. She wishes that she were not a chap- eron so' that she could be with her Mac mors often, Zelma Nash says Jier "flame" from Fort Worth is coming' soon. Mablo Pancake has "gone in" for high climbing. Her first attempt was to scale a transom. Vida Preston spent a delightful week-end in Dublin, Old Annex, Top Floor Did someone say it rained this week-end? We should worry, as we are used to rain. Don't we miss those old students who were in all our fun (and oth- erwise) last semester? We wel- come our new "inmates," however. Louise White, our beloved upper- classman, left us Saturday eve- ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

THE J-TAC 11 WE INVITE STUDENTS AND FACULTY To Make This Their Bank for 1931 - m M First State D AMI/ Stephenville Milli jUf—iii LATHAM'S— Pl^e_44i Continuous Flow Dry Cleaning and Pressing Southwest Corner Square I II! IIIHIIM1 H llllllllil 11 III n Drugs - Drinks - School Supplies - Jewelry The Drug Stores Where the Students Feel at Home HOLT'S DRUG CROSS DRUG "Service With a Smile" (- —"**ar■firi—jnM: Quality Barber Work Shave 10c—Hair Cut 15c Cut prices, but same service City Barber Shop Onyx Cafe Students! Let us figure with your for your banquets Keyser & Beene Tailors — Cleaners .Hatters — Dyers Phone 288 Armstrong & White Quick Tailor Service Alterations of All Kinds Made. PHONE 251 We Call for and Deliver Phonograph Records 3 For $1-00 Livingston Music Store Dr. S= O. Nay lor Office Ph."« 130 Residence t'hone 30 DR. CROMWELL Dentist West Side Square Dr. A. 0. Cragwall Physician ctnd Surgeon Office Over Perry Bros. Complete X-Ray Equipment Residence Phone 299 Office ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 February 1931

12 THE J-TAC THAT YOUNGSTER Simply refuses to remain a, boy, and you approve his manliness. But you want to keep him as he is today. PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE CHILDREN NEVER GROW UP—HAVE HIS PICTURE MADE TODAY BAXLEY'S STUDIO FARMERS-FIRST NATIONAL BANK 'Since 1906 "THE OLD RELIABLE" Will Appreciate Your Patronage s C -——— ■— & POWELL'S GROCERY MIDWAY ON TABLE TON AVENUE Haircut 10c Shave 10c Complete Line of Groceries — Open All Night SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Prom 12:00 M. Until 9:00 P. M. — 50e HANCOCK'S CAFE "The Home of Better Cooked Meals" 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 films Barham's Drug & News Stand—North Side Square The College Novelty Shop I HAVE A NOVELTY STOCK THAT STUDENTS AND FACULTY SHOULD SEE NATURAL GAS The Clean and Efficient Fuel Attractive for the Home and Industry SOUTHWEST GAS COMPANY Phone 226 PERRY'S DRUG STORE The store where you can trade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

THE J-TAC Tl <£ AT EASTERTIDE THERE IS NO MORE APPROPRIATE GIFT THAN OF YOURSELF FOR YOUR MOTHER OR FRIEND BAXLEY'S STUDIO COLLEGE HEIGHTS GROCERY Household groceries and picnic supplies. Give us a trial. WE ARE 'HERE TO- PLEASE YOU SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Prom 12:00 M. Until 9:00 P. M. — 50c HANCOCK'S CAFE "The Home of Better Cooked Meals" LYNCH'S SHOE SHOP For good boot and shoe repair. Best machinery, exper- ienced workmanship. Just give us a trial. You'll be pleased. ^ The College Novelty Shop I LI HAVE A NOVELTY STOCK THAT STUDENTS AND FACULTY SHOULD SEE ^ NATURAL GAS The Clean and Efficient Fuel Attractive for the Home and Industry SOUTHWEST GAS COMPANY Phone 226 The Farmers-First National Bank Since 1906 "The Old Reliable" We especially cater to the patronage of faculty and students of John Tarleton College Let XJs Serve You =? We Want You to Come to the VARSITY SHOP and Peel at Home FERRY'S DRUG STORE The store where you can trade and be at home. WHITEHEAD'S SHOE SHOP An e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

SOPHOMORE EDITION j SOPHOMORE EDITION Vol. XI STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1SS1 No. 21 PLOWBOYS ARE WESTERN DISTRICT CHAMPIONS PLOWBOY1 As the last of the basketball sea- son diaws near the Plowboys "will need your support. They need your support worse than they have ever neded it. Don't) be a slacker! Sup- port your team! Be at those last games and be there to yell! Don't think because you are there that you are doing your part. That is only half. You must be there, and you must yell! The Plowboys, or I should say, your Plowboys, are nearing the end of a season of basketball that has not been altogether inglorious. We have suffered defeat in a few games, but we have also won a fair share of victories. We start- ed the season off in a splendid way. The Plowboys played some of the best ball I have ever "wit- nessed and the pep was certainly evident. Just because the Plow- boys have had a streak of bad luck, let's not desert them. Stay be- hind those I'lowboys! After al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

J, K. West, Feature Editor Madeline Fuukhouser, Literary Editor Atwell Bond, Sports Editor George Thompson, Feature Editor Geneva Co ley, Literary Editor Billy Boss, Sports Editor Society Editor. - News Editor Literary Editor - Mabel Boone .-Norman Ladner Ruby Apple REGULAR STAFF Clarence Ferguson, Editor-in-Chief ' " Louis McGregor, Associate Editor Tom Lewis, Exchange Editor Dollia Marie Glover, Faculty Adviser Daisy Kuth Sebastian, Society Editor Jac Jackson, Sews Editor BUSINESS STAFF Estcll Scott, Business Manager Mary Bob McGill, Exchange Editor Cy Paul Honey, First Asst. Business Manager Annie Kuth Jones, Society Editor Myndert Gilbert, Second Asst. Business Manager Mary Hunter, News Editor CLASS STAFF =~ Editor Tom Welch Sports- Editor- Charles Brewster Associate Editor. Pauline Ward Business Manager William Sansing Feature Editor .Thelma Lewis Faculty Adviser Miss D. King SOME TARLETON WAYS A person is known by his manners and a school is known by the manners of its. stu- d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

THE J-T A C JESrrTHT?'J.Tl?Z-32n,23i? 3 iHKiifil! ^W' «v jfcr^cH |v ;r# HILLSBORO AND AMARILLO FURNISHES STRONG OPPOSITION (Continued from page three) half ended McCall for Hillsboro, added two points and the half end- ed 9-19. Stockton started the second half off right by adding1 a point on a charity shot, Pirtle added three soon after, two by one of his fa- mous shots from center and one on a gratis pitch. Hamil made a nicc crip shot to make Tarleton's score 25, but fouled McCall after the tip from center. Gothings matched the ball after a bum gratis shot to ring one for the Hill Billies. Walt added; a point on a gratis shot and Webb, fast Hill Billie forward, in- itiated our own Pirtle by ringing1 one from center. The score was 13-26. At this point Webb again made an almost impossible shot from the left to add two points. Not to be outdone, Hamil retaliat- ed with a nico clip shot. Eldridge vfent in for Cowan and juggled. Pirtle threw into the basket, Webb added a point on a free...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

THE J-TAC THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS ARE TO BE GIVEN IT On Friday night of this week, the Speech Arts Department of Tarleton will give a short program consisting of several dramatic plays and reading to v/hicli the students are especially invited. There will be 110 charge of ad- mission. "liefore Breakfast," a very strong phiy by' the popular and well- known playwright, Eugene G. O'Neill, the son of James O'Neill, the distinguished American actor, will he given, Betty McCombs, a new Tarleton player, does very ex- celient work in the part of Mrs. Rowland in "Before Breakfast." Eugene O'Neill has been a seaman, laborer, newspaperman, and now ranks as one of our foremost dram- atists of today. He was one of the original members of the Province- town Players, the group of players and authors who have the honor of presenting most of his plays to the public. "Before Breakfast" was originally produced by the Pro- vincetown Players in 1916, with Mary Pyne in the leading role. It is by special perm...

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