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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

THE J-TAC Promotion List The following appointments and assignments of officers in the Corps of Cadets are announced ef- fective this date: To Be Captain: Nichols, Cranz, Vidette Com- pany. To Be First Lieutenant: Glenney., Juljus, Vidette Com- pany. To Be Second Lieutenant: Adams, II,, Company "A" Warren, I£., Company "C." To Be First Sergeants: Sanders, J. B., Company "A." Cloud, Roy, Vidette Company. Warren, W., Company "C." To Be Technical Sergeants: Smith, 11., Company ::C" (Regi- mental Bugler.) To Be Sergeants: Glover, R., Company "C" (Gui- don Bearer.) Woodard, V., Company "A," Allen, II., Company "B." Gobble, J., Vidette Company. Craig, C., Company "C." Casey, H., Cmpany "A." Henson, I, B., Company "B." McKay, 13,, Vidette Company. Gibson, S., Company "A." Gienney, W., Vidette Company. Toivnsend, J., Company "C." Bu- gler.) Welch, Tom, Company "A" (Bu- gler.) To Be Corporals: Rippey, W. A., Company "B." Garland, IL, Company "C." Martin, G., Vidette Company, Laug'hlin, B., C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 February 1931

THE J-TAC pj^ASSfcg LATHAM'S— Phone 441 Continuous Ffow Dry Cleaning and Pressing: Southwest Corner Square Drugs - Drinks - School Supplies - Jewelry The Drug Stores Where the Students Feel at Home HOLT'S DRUG CROSS DRUG - "Service With a Smile" Quality Barber Work Shave 10c—Hair Cut 15c Cut prices, but same service City Barber Shop WHAT IS 6+6 CLARK'S FEED STORE Keyser & Beene Tailors — Cleaners Hatters — Dyers Phone 288 Complete Protection ELLIS Insurance Agency Armstrong' & White (Jnick Tailor Service Alterations of All Kinds Made. PHONE 254 We Call for and Deliver Hub Beauty and Barber Shop Haircut 15^ Sliave ~i.O& Reduced prices on beauty parlor work. Phonograph Records 3 For $1.00 Livingston Music Store Office Phone 425 Rea. Piione 419 BR. J* S. NTTTT DENTIST—X-RAY Special Attention Civeu Oral Prophylaxis and Treating Pyorrhea. Office over A.&P, Store Siephenville Dr. S, D. Naylor Office Phone— 130 Residence Phone 30 Henry Ellis Grocery and Market A Complete St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

Beat Marshall Win The Championship Vol. XI "He mho has put forth his total strength in fit uutions has the richest reutrn of wisdom.'"Emeiison. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1931 No. 22 PLOWBOY One more series of games, old man, and we will close the basket- • ball score book for 1031. This year has been, one of great success, and the spirit of the school has held up wonderfully. Our next games are going1 to be hard ones. Marshall has a strong team that has been defeated only twice, and it remains for the Plowboy quintet to smash that squad. They have us outclass- ed in height, but not in speed. We will be looking for you, Plowboy, .at every game. We haven't seen Cook run much lately; however, the other night the whole fort turned out to catch him, but failed. We are thinking that he will outrun everyone in the State meet this year. Some of the fort freshmen have stated that they believe Cook chased jack rabbits before he came here. Plowboy, the racketeers are seen occ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

THE J-TAC .. . ANY TIME, ANYWHERE . .. For Any Occasion Your Photograph, is an Appropriate Gift. Have some Photographs Made. BAXLEY'S STUDIO HENSON'S GROCERY GROCERIES VEGETABLES Free Delivery—Phone 112 N; - --4 i -s. BLAKENEY DRY GOODS COMPANY "The Friendly Store" LYNCH'S SHOE SHOP For good boot and shoe repair. Best machinery, exper- ienced workmanship. • Just give us a trial. You'll be pleased. NATURAL GAS The Clean and Efficient Fuel Attractive for the Home and Industry SOUTHWEST GAS COMPANY Phone 226 , LATHAM'S— Phone 441 Continuous Flow Dry Cleaning and Pressing Southwest Corner Square W Drugs - Drinks - School Supplies - Jewelry The Drug Stores Where the Students Feel at Home HOLT'S DRUG CROSS DRUG "Service With a Smile" <5= Don't Forget 0> PERRY'S DRUG STORE The store where you can trade and be at home. WHITEHEAD'S SHOE SHOP An experienced workman with goad machinery means the best work Ask Those Who Know. Neatness adds to your personality— WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES. "You Mus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

THE J-TAC 3 Straight "A" Record and Term Honor Roll The following- students have a straight "A" record for the first semester: Ruby Apple, Mrs, Joe Holt. Juanita Huffstutier. Beryl Johnston, Luceil Moss. Respectfully, Charlie S. Wilkins. Dean J. Thomas Davis, Campus. Dear Dean Davis: Herewith is the honor roll for the first semester of this year: Ruby Apply. 'Mrs. T. J, Atkins. Edith Ballow. Isabelle Bates. Mabel Boone. Mildred Bradley. Katharine Brandon. Lucille Brooks Melba Cairoll. Velmai Childress. Geneva Coley. Mary Lucille Campton. Fred Crabtree. Mauverine Eaker. Ola Frasier. Madeline Funkhouser. Lula Mae Goodwin. La Verne Grace. Mildred Graham. Dorothy Lee Hall. Ethel Hamilton Hugh Glen Harris. John L. Harris, Jim Allee Hart. Walter Haynes. Claydene Hoge. Mrs. Joe Holt. Paul Homeyer. Mildred Hooker, Ruth Howe, z Auneeta Huekabee. Aubree Hudson. Juanita Huffslutler. Mary Waurne Hunter. Woodrow Jackson. Beryl Johnston. William Keene. Helen Keene. Boyd Laughlin. Weldon Leach. AH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

JT ■ 1 J. K. West, Feature Editor Madeline Funkhouser, Literary Editor Atwell Bond, Sports Editor George Thompson, Feature Editor Geneva Coley, Literary Editor Billy Ross, Sports Editor REGULAR STAFF Clarence Ferguson, Editor-in-Chief Louis McGregor, Associate Editor Dollie Murie Glover, Faculty Adviser BUSINESS STAFF Estell Scott, Business Manager Cy Paul Boney, First Asst. Business Manager Myndert Gilbert, Second Asst. Business Manager Tom Lewis, Exchange Editor Daisy Ruth Sebastian, Society Editor Jau Jackson, News Editor Mary Bob McGill, Exchange Editor Annie Ruth Jones, Society Editor Mary Ilunter, News Editor WHAT ARE YOU BUILDING? Did you over hear the story about the three bricklayers? There were three bricklayers work- ing on. the same building. A pedestrian stopped one morning-, and inquired of the first bricklay- er, "What are you'doing, sir ?" The bricklayer an- swered, "I am cutting brick." The pedestrian turned to the second bricklayer and inquired ot° him; "And pray, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

THE J-TAC Varsity Whips Ag By Score of 23-18 The most amusing and perhaps the most interesting sports event that has taken place recently was the basketball game between the Ag team and the Varsity Shop quintet on last Tuesday night. The line-up for the Varsity Shop was as follows: Guards, Wetzel and Barham; forwards, Smith and Braden; center, Abbot. For the Ags the following men started the game: Forwards, liensarling and Barekman; guards, "Choc" San- ders and Frazier; canter, Johnson. "Substitutions for Age were Wilk- ins for Johnson and Smith for Frazier. The game was fast from begin- ning to end and ended with the Varsity in possession of a five point lead, the score being 18-23. At first it seemed that the Varsity was going to run away with the Ag boys, but in the second quarter the farm boys "got the idea" and ate up a ten point lead to close the half- with the score standing 15-16 in favor of the Varsity. Somehow they could not seem to overcome the early lead, and at no time ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

THE J-TAC Dr. Durant Speaks on The Ten Greatest Thinkers (Contiuifed from page one) extend our knowledge to the ut- most. Thus, Confucius gave us the oldest existing philosophy, and he also gave us one which can be ap- plied today. The next thinker taken up was Plato. The work which is usually attributed to Socrates was given to Plato because there is so much myth about Socrates that it is im- possible to separate his work from that of Plato. Plato's influence was especially prominent during the Renaissance in Europe. He was, perhaps, the brightest thinker of all time. He said that until philoso- phers became kings, or until kings became philosophers, neither cities nor their owners would be free from ill. The next on the list was Aris- totle. Aristotle was a man of very great accomplishments. He was the teacher of Alexander the Great. Then Copernicus was taken up. This man wrote a book which was far more powerful and important than he thought. He dedicated it to Pope Leo X without ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

THE J-TAC Chapel Notes • MONDAY: Miss Ethel Hamilton gave a vocal solo, "I Love to Hear You Singing," TUESDAY: Separate chapel. Miss Nelson demonstrated a new type of vainty case to the girls, with all the various beautifiers. Her suggestions were veiy Clevel- and especially beneficial. Mr. Gear- reald gave an interesting lecture on "Three Things that Prevent Success." WEDNESDAY: Joe Clark preached! Kathleen George and Mae Belle Allen played a violin and viola duet, accompanied by Mrs. Richardson at the piano. THURSDAY: The Vice-President and Secretary of the Student Coun- cil were elected. Haskell Casey and Jesse Moore entertained the stu- dents with numbers on the banjo and teh guitar, FRIDAY: Rev. Andrew lectured on the religious life of George Washington. SATURDAY: Misses Manuver- ine Eaker, Nathalee Woodruff, and LaVerne Grace played a piano trio. The DeMolays Have Picnic Saturday Slipping, sliding, splashing, on to the picnic we went! It would rain after all our plans had been...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 February 1931

THE J-T A C Quality Barber Work Shave 10c—Hair Cut 15c Cut prices, but same service City Barber Shop Keyser & Beene Tailors — Cleaners Hatters — Dyers Phone 288 Armstrong & White Quick Tailor Service Alterations of All Kinds Made. PHONE 254 We Call for and Deliver Phonograph Records 3 For $1.00 Livingston Music Store Dr. S. D. Naylor Office Phone 130 Residence Phone 30 DR. CROMWELL Dentist West Side Square Dr. A. O. Cragwall Physician and Surgeon Office Over Perry Bros, Complete X-Eay Equipment Residence Phone 290 Office Phone 213 Stephenville Steam Laundry Let Us Do the Dirty Work Phone 210 H. D. Simmons, Proprietor. Rent A Car Inexpensive Aut.oing for Business or Pleasure—Day and Night Service C. E, STANFORD, Prop. Your Business Appreciated Phone 44—Next to Majestic Tlioatre Office Phone 423 Res. Pbone 419 DR. J. S. NUTT DENTIST—X-RAY Special Attention Given Oral Prophylaxis and Treating Pyorrhea. Office over A.&P, Store SlephenTille Henry Ellis Grocery and Market A Co...

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

/ . . . r- BAND EDITION fV BAND EDITION Band Motto: "There is )io failure cxeept from within; there is no victory without sacrifice.'' Vol. XI STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1931 No. 23 PLOWBOYS ARE JUNIOR COLLEGE CHAMPS PLOWBOY1 Did you know that this is Tarle- ton's fourteenth consecutive year to win State championship in bas- ketball? Fight 'em, Plowboys! The band has been represented at all of the basketball games ex- cept one. Can you say that much? ' This is the best issue of the J-Tae this year. Aslt any bandman. Do you know that with the ex- ception of Uncle Walt, there are prospects for Tarleton's having the same basketball team back with us next year? We all regret that we have seen Uncle Walt play his last basket- ball game for Tarleton. Plowboy, keep up that old Tarle- ton spirit! Although basketball season is over, and we have reach- ed the top, track season is just starting. Fellows, we have some real tracksters this season. Watch 'em go! Plowboy, don't knock ...

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

THE J-TAC THINK OF MOTHER With Pictures on Mother's Day—the Most Beautiful Flower You Can Send Her. BAXLEY'S STUDIO NATURAL GAS - The Clean and Efficient Fuel Attractive for the Home and Industry SOUTHWEST GAS COMPANY Phone 226 LATHAM'S— pl" " Continuous Flow Dry Cleaning and Pressing Southwest Corner Square DR. CROMWELL Dentist West Side Square Dr. A. 0. Crag-wall Physician and Surgeon Office Over Perry Bros. Complete X-Ray Equipment Residence Phone 299 Office Phone.— 213 Stephenville Steam Laundry Let Us Do the Dirty Work Phone 210 H. D; Simmons, Proprietor. Phonograph Records 3 For $1.00 Livingston Music Store Hub Beauty and Barber Shop Haircut 15^ Shave 10^ Reduced prices on beauty parlor work. Complete Protection ELLIS Insurance Agency Office Pboae 423 Rcp. Phone 419 DR. J. S. NUTT DENTIST-X-RAY Sptcla] Attention Given Oral Prophylaxis and Treating Pyorrhea. Office ever A.&P, Store SlepbeDvjHe Henry Ellis Grocery and Market A Complete Stock of Groceries and Meats Rent A Car...

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

THE J-TAC History Tarleton Military Band In 1921 an attempt) was made to organize a Military band in Tarle- ton. Only fourteen men answered to the first call. Owing to many hardships, the band was not very successful during the first year. Mr. D. G. Hunewell, the director, came back in 1922, and started off with a band of £0 members. This organization proved to be of great value, especially as a "pep" organi- sation, It was small in number, but respected and admired by the stu- dent body, as woll as by all of the boosters ot' the school. Near the close of this year, the band took a short trip, reaching only as far as Big Spring; however, this serv- ed as a beginning for more exten- sive tours. In 1923 a long trip was taken over the northern plains out through Silverton, Plainview, and Lubbock. The longest trip ever made by the band was in 1924. On that trip the band toured through many Southern towns, including Palacios and Galveston. The north- ern and Eastern part of Texas was tou...

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

THE J-TAC J. K. West, Feature Editor Madeline Funkhouser, Literary Editor Ativell Bond, Sports Editor Georgo Thompson, Feature Editor Geneva Coley, Literary Editor Billy Ross, Sports Editor George Rodgers, Editor Laurence Snivcly, Feature Editor Buryl BlackweJl, Society 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 Honey, First Asst. Business Manager Myndert Gilbert, Scco.nd Asst. Business Manager CLASS STAFF J. It. Coody, Sports Editor Jack Gough, Associate Editor J. W. Tucker, Literary Editor Tom Lewis, Exchange Editor Daisy Ruth Sebastian, Society Editor Jac Jaekson, STews Editor Mary Bob MeGill, Exchange Editor Annie Euth Jones, Society Editor Mary Hunter, News Editor W. Sansing, Exchange Editor B. Stone, News Editor Miss M. Chaiiiiiess, Faculty Adviser THE VALUE OF A MUSICAL EDUCATION Plowboy, have you ever stopped to consider the value of a musi...

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

THE J-TAC PLOWBOYS ARE JUNIOR, COLLEGE CHAMPIONS (Coii.tiuu.ed from page one) gers and Hamil added two mora for Tarleton, only to have the score tied again when the lanky Wray juggled one in for the Tig- ers. Marshall took the lead here when LaGrone made & nite crip shot. The Plow boys succeeded in mak- ing one more point when Pirtle made a good gratis shot, but Mar- shall in the meantime- was beating a tattoo on the old basket to run their score up to an even dozen. Rodgers added two points on as many gratis shots, and Eldridge bagged a good two-pointer while the Marshall boys were adding six more points to end the half with ■ the score standing 9-18. The Plowboys came back fight- ing in the second half, but could do little with the boys from Mar- shall. Young; went, in when Rod- gers suffered a new injury to his knee. Hendrickson went in for Pir- tle for the Plowboys. The Plowboys seemed to be al- ready beaten, and could do nothing' with the unruly Tigers. They were being beat...

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

THE J-TAC Biiy-An-Annual Contest Sponsored By The Grassburr During the past week a Buy-An- Annual Contest, sponsored by the Grassburr, was begun. Various committees were appointed to car- ry on this work. Names of those who had not bought annuals were divided among the members of the committee, in order that these sol- icitors may raise the subscription list of the Annual. The various classes are compet- ing against each other in this eon- test. The class which-gets one hun- dred per cent in buying Grass burrs will receive ten dollars in votes for the popularity contest. Everyone work hard to make the school 100 per cent for the Grassburr and a bigger and better Annua!. Independence Day Is Commemorated Texas Independence Day was ob- served by the student body Mon- day, An appropriate program was rendered by several faculty members. As an opening' number, Texas, Our Texas, the state song, was sung by the audience. Mr. Gear- l'eald, spoke on the life of Sam Houston. This was followed ...

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

THE J-TAC PLOWBOYS ARE JUNIOR COLLEGE CHAMPIONS (Continued from pr;ge five) Plowboys had succeeded in run- ning theirs up to 14. LaGrone, however, broke loose again just before the half was ov- er and made a nice crip shot. The half ended with the Plowboys in possession of the long end of a 14-4 score. The Tigers came back on with some kind of new inspiration, and succeeded in tripling their score while the Plowboys were adding two points on charity throws. Stockton, Pirtle, and Hamil open- ed up on the boys at this point and before the Marshall boys knew what it was all about, they had run the Plowboys score to 21, the score being 21-12, LaGrone made a good gratis shot •when "Walt" fouled him, but Walt came back by dropping a nice one in under the goal. Marshall's last point was made by Osborne when Co-wan fouled him. Cowan added a nice two pointer when Hamil got a nice pass to him, and Hamil ad- ded one more on a charity shot to end the game with the score 25-14 in favor of the Pl...

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

THE J-TAC Sharps and Flats Did you know that the band is going' to play a concert £%t Comyn on Friday night, March 13? Well, it is. '' Ituc Pauline Kelly has been bringing an auxiliary to the ball games with him. We wonder if she likes the way he plays "Na- tional Emblem." Extract from Band issue of the J-Tac '29: "Bedford Dillingham Stone is seated just as low as pos- sible. When Stone was*admitted to the bund, it whs under the condi- tion that he furnish his own chair and riot depreciate one belonging te the institution. If Stone takes lessons the remainder of his life, ho mr.y be able to play America." N>>w he can play "America.." In ad- dition, he has also learned to play "Three Years." alto section next Monday and jjin the swinnettes. Bonnie G. Busbee has withdrawn from school. The band will miss Bennie, because the saxaphone sec- tion certainly has depreciated. Bevi] George has made a step in lift. He will bid a farewell to the Quality Barber Work Shave 10c—Hair Cut 15c ...

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

KY Vol. XI <Jhe JJ=iJac STEPIIEXVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, I'm i) MM mtm 11! .'.^i. ■ 111 mimiWtfoi T 2fo. 2-L S

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

THE J-TAC J. T. A. C. CO-EDS SEE THE NEW SPRING SHOES At G. M. CARLTON BROTHERS & CO. v„. — ——: 1) fr Don't Forget The Varsity Shop * LATHAM'S— phone 441 ~ j Continuous Flow Dry Cleaning Southwest Corner Square l_^L= Vl PERRY'S DRUG STORE The store where you can trade and be at home. S " " ' :—:— J ** "= , A $100,000 IN PRIZES Given by the Eastman Kodak Company for the Best Kodak Picture. TRY YOUR LUCK! We Loan Kodaks FREE for TWO DAYS — Come in and Let Us Explain. BAXLEY STUDIO -— I All Gold Mixed Feeds Visit our mixed feed plant, and our large slieep and cattle lots Dublin Mills, Inc., Dublin, Texas r ^ GET YOUR ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR NOW 50c... SUIT DR. CROMWELL Dentist West Side Square Complete Protection ELLIS Insurance Agency Shorts 25c Shirts 25c HIGGINBOTHAM BROTHERS & CO. V —— — i) Dr. A. O. Cragwall Physician and Surgeon Office Over Perry Bros. Complete X-Ray Equipment Residence Phone —299 Office Phone 213 Offico Phone 423 Res. Fbooe 419 DR. J. S. NTJTT DENTIST—X-RAY S...

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