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

LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM WINS FIRST PLACE AT STOCK SHOW T\ PLOWBOYI What do you think about Poppa Smith and his Agriculture Boys scooping the judging honors at the Fat Stock Show? Certainly speaks well for Tarleton ;md the Agricul- tural department. Incidentially, 1 think that Rod Smith did as much of the winning as the boys them-- selves, and I don't mean to detract any credit from the boys. Potenti- ally, the fellows iiad the stuff— kinetically Mr. Smith developed them. Track men—you are going to the show Saturday—in the recent week or so you have had two vivid examples set for you—Tarleton's winning, of the Basketball Cham- pionship and the record of the Ag- men. Keep up that winning streak, men—bring back more laurels. Say, what's become ox that song written by a Tarleton man, "Tarle- ton Forever?" There was a prize offered for someone to write suit- able words to the music at the first of tile year, and that's the last that has been heard of it. Were the words written? I think no...

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

THE J-TAC J. K. West, Feature Editor Madeline Funkhouscr, Literary Editor Atwell Bond, Sports Editor Editor, Hal jSnllenburgor Assistant Editor, L. Wilcox feature Editor, K. Maddox REGULAR STAFF Clarence Ferguson, Editor-in-Chief Louis McGregor, Associate Editor Dollie Marie Glover, Faculty Adviser BUSINESS STAFF Esteil Seott, Business Manager Cy Paul JRoney, First Asst. Business Manager Myndert Gilbert, Second Asst. Business Manager CLASS STAFF .Society Editor, Bay fihepperd News Editor, Marvin Kay Literal'}' Editor, Fred CralHree Tom Lewis, Exchange Editor Daisy Ruth Sebastian, Society Editor Jae Jackson, News Editor Business Alniuigej-, _\I. Adams Assistant Business JUanagpr, .Marion Cook Faculty Adviser, .Mrs. U. E. Woodward Labor was prior to capital, hut oroperty is tlie frnit of labor. Let no man, therefore, who is houseless, pull doivn the house of another, but let him labor diligently to build one fur himself, thus assuring that his own shall be safe from violence when buil...

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

THE J-TAC Plowboy Track Team to Compete at Stock Show Saturday Vets and New Men Placed After Stiff Tryouts The ending of a successful bas- ketball season finds the Plowboys smoothly swinging from one phase of athletics to another. Tarleton presents for the appro- val of all its loyal supporters one of the best track teams in years. Captain Cook, a veteran of two years, and Casey Frasier are work- ing1 daily with their changes, en- deavoring to produce a squad o. winning men in both track and field. On Thursday of last week, the tryouts were held to determine the entrans to Fort Worth Fat Stock Show track meet, which will be held Saturday. During this competition the fol- lowing men were found to be most capable: In the century Frederick and Harris; 22-yard dash, Freder- ick and Hamil; 440-yard dash, Cap- tain Cook and Price; 880-yard dash, Coody and Pondrum; mile-run, F. Cook and L. M. Eldridg'e, 220-low hudles, Kile and Johnson; short- put, F, Elridge and Johnson; dis- cus throw, F...

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

THE J-TAC LISTEN, PLOWBOY (Continued from page 3) member Sergeant Gray in other days when he was as hale and solid a man as ever wore chevrons. It was a shock to these men to learn of the death of the former Tarleton P. M. S, & T. Sergeant Gray had been in poor health practically the entire time since he left Tarleton. He passed on last Friday morning. The students and faculty extend to his' family their sincere sympathy. Did you ever stop to think the Ten Tarleton Peppers and the Ten Tarleton Sisters are the1 nucleus around which the student spirit is centered? Did you know that they ask nothing but the privilege of .working for Tarleton? Did you know that each group is made up of the ten most select students of the corps and the co-eds? And speaking of pep, did you ever hear of anything like those dump girls and their yelling the morning of that last game? Oh boy! Did they have it? We'll say they had more than Old John Tar- leton has seen in a long time. They saved the day. Be...

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

THE J-TAC A Distinguished Visitor Coming' Dr. G. R. Wieland, paleobotanist of Yale University and authority on Cycads, will be the guest of Mr. Ross R. Wolfe of Stephenville, Texas, on March 24. While in Ste- phenville he "will be entertained by the John Tarleton Agricultural College. Dr. Wieland is attracted to Stephenville by the excellent Cy- ead specimens discovered by Mi*. Wolfe, who has recently built a beautiful office building of petri- fied wood, mineral ores, and fos- sils for his pecan nursery, Mr. Wolfe has 15 Cycads, which we be- lieve are as good as one can find anywhere. The John Tarleton Agricultural College and Mr. Wolfe desire to have as many of Texas' scientists hero on March ?4th as care to come. A field trip is planned for the forenoon and afternoon of March 24, At 7:00 p. in., Doctor Wieland will deliver an illustrated lecture in th ecollege auditorium. Follow- ing the lecture there will be a banquet. Bachelors' Hall The boys in Bachelors' Hall cer- tainly enjo...

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

THE J-TAC Fort Frolics We wonder what our "wander- ing-" boys are doing- at tliis time. J. K. West, Stanley Jermome Deck- ers, and "Col." Scott got tired of living' in the fort and decided to see the world. From all reports, we learn that they got as far as the Fat Stock Show at Fo<rt Worth. Well," just those three would make a good show. Fish Green (the green fish) went fit I gyBm <HHBa|222£5a Starter Is NotExcelled CLARK'S FEED STORE Whiteheads Shoe Shop First-Class Shoe Repairing1 Dyeing — Polishes — Laces South Side Square Henry Ellis Grocery & Market Fresh, Crisky Vegetables Delicious, Tender Meats ■ Groceries Aplenty ■ Quality Barber Work Shave 10c—Hair Cut 15c Cut prices, but same service City Barber Shop Armstrong & White Quick Tailor Service Alterations of All Kinds Made. PHONE 254 We Call for and Deliver ESTABLISHED WIKM ECONOMY GM£l to Fort Worth for the week-end; he reported that he had a "large" time. Fish Piideaus is now visit- ing- the Fat Stock Show. "W...

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

(Y T 5$ J-T A t Vol. XI STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1931 No. 25

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

THE J-TAC ! , THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second class mail matter at the postoffiee in Steplienville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Eates per year i.00 Address all communications to Ths J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief. Clarence Ferguson Associate Editor Louis McGregor Feature Editor J. K. West Literary Editor Madeline Funkhouser Sports Editor Atwell Bond Exchange Editor... Tom Lewis Society Editor.— Daisy Ruth Sebastian News Editor. - Jac Jackson Faculty Adviser- Dollie Marie Giover Business Manager. Estell Scotfc First Assistant Business Manager... Cy Paul Roney Second Assistant Business Manager Myndert Gilbert VEDETTE STAFF Editor-in-Chief ; Temple Lewis Faculty Adviser Lieut. Geo. M. Davis Feature Editor Kirby Warren Literary Editor_l - Alva Merril 'Sports Editor ^ Julius Glenny Exchange Editor Gebhard Martin Society Editor.... Mabel Boone News Editor Roy Cloud News Editor Lowel...

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

Win That Competition THE J-Tac Tarleton Vidette Issue TARLETON PLAYERS WIN STATE HONORS IN PLAY CONTEST PLOWBOYl Boys, our track didn't do so bad, did they? Even though they didn't get first place they took off a few honors to let the other schools know we were in existence. That Cook boy is a "regular scamp," when it conies to running that mile, isn't he? He just would- n't fee satisfied with his old record; he hung up a new one. (Continued on pago 11) Louis McGregor Is Oldest Vidette Major Louis McGregor is the oldest of the Old Videttes. He en- rolled in Tarleton in 1927 and joined the V i d e tte Company. The motto, then as now, of "Once a Vi- dette, always a Vi- dette," makes him a four-year man in the V i d e tte Company. McGregor is one of our most com- petent officers and has perhaps the readiest witt in Tarleton, We are very proud to class him in the ranks of Old Videttes. Louis McCregor Greetings from Company Commander Videttes, I have not been with you very long, but what...

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

T H E J-T A C Complete Protection ELLIS Insurance Agency Ogh* Phone 423 Rea. Phone 419 DR. J. & NTXTT DENTIST—X-RAY Special Attention Given Oral Prophylaxis and Treating Pyorrhea. Oiflctf DTef A.&P. Store S tephetmlle Rent A Car Inexpensive Autoing for Business or Pleasure—Day and Night Service C. E. STANFORD, Prop, Your Business Appreciated Phone 14—Next to Majestic Theatre Dr. S. D. Nay lor Office Phone 130 Residence Phone— ___30 Keyser & Beene Tailors — Cleaners Hatters — Dyers Phone 288 DR. CROMWELL Dentist West Side Square Dr. A. 0. Cragwall Physician and Surgeon Office Over Perry Eros. 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 100 Reduced prices on beauty parlor work. "The Best for Less" Shave 10c —■ Haircut 15c Shampoo 15c Sanitary Barber Shop /2 Block South o...

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

THE J-TAC OCIETY Tarleton Popularity Contests Are Highly Successful Greeting to Videttes I consider it a great honor to have been asked to write an articl? for the Videtto issue of the J-Tae, and want to thank you for the priv- ilege. I want to compliment you on your wonderful spirit. You are surely living true to our song, "Vi- gor, Vitality, Vim, and Punch,— Hoorah! That's Us." Don't yon ev- er think that it isn't noticed and admired. It certainly is a pleasure t.-> note the ones "rating" that are from the Videttes, not only "rank rat- ing1" but in various other ways. I'm for you Videttes! May suc- cess be with each of you. HAZEL, Ex-Sponsor NEW ANNEX NEWS Table Hop News Lois Short has been living in ex- citement since last week end. Her boy friend from Lubbock came to see her lasv Tuesday, Casie attended the Senior ban- quet in Toliu- this week end. She said she. had to make a talk nnd when she sat down she shook an hour afterwards. Imagine Casie getting scared. W.e regret ver...

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

THE J-TAC • Don't Forget WVVWV'fTVTT The Varsity Shop All Gold Mixed Feeds "Visit our mixed feed plant, and our large sheep and cattle lots Dublin Mills, Inc., Dublin, Texas ^ — >*** •" • ' A GET YOUR ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR NOW 50c... SUIT Shorts 25c Shirts 25c HIGGINBOTHAM BROTHERS & CO. -«■ ? N IN THE SPRING A Young Man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of The New Spring1 Ensemble—Suits, Hats, Shoes, Shirts. EVERYTHING FOE THE WELL DRESSED YOUNG MAN CAN BE FOUND AT BLAKENEY'S LIKE THE VIDETTES—WE STAND FOR THE BEST At BARHAM'S DRUG STORE AND NEWSTAND Cosmetics Fountain Service Drugs North Side Square McHahan & Holley Prices down as low as quality work ■will allow. HAIRCUT 25c FITCHS SHAMPOO 35c Henson's Grocery GROCERIES — VEGETABLES FBEE DELIVERY—PHONE 112 Rentum - U - Driveum Fords and Ckevrolets Special Eatea at Rock Barn Garage—South Belknap Street GRUNDY FENNER PHONE 7 BARRED ROCK AND WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHICKS Pure English Good as the Best; Cheap as the Rest J. E, TRIM...

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

THE J-TAC Plowhoys Tie for Second Place in the Exposition Meet Girls in Interesting Volley Ball Tourney Saturday afternoon, March 14, a volleyball tournament was held in the gym between two sections of the P. T. classes. There were eight teams, making the competition rather strong. The first game was between the teams captained by Dena DuBose and Emma V, Ccalson, Wtiynie McCaren and Elsie. Marrs. Out of this set of games Dena DuBose and Elsie Marr's teams were winners. The second game was between Lila Barbee, Oma Humphrey, Mabel Boone and Ruth Short's teams, Ruth Short's team eliminat- ed that of Elsie Marrs', while Lila Barbee and Dena DuBose tied. The other games are to be play- ed off some night soon and it must be remembered that these teams need your support, so be there and back your team! Varsity Shop Quint Defeats Town Team On Friday night, March 10, the Varsity Shop team and a team composed of town players engaged in a furiously fought basketball game. During the first half...

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

THE J-TAC Our Greatest of AH Hosiery Specials! Cox's Spring A special purchase of 400 pairs of Holeproof Hosiery. Regular §1.95 qualities. Every pair fcrand new, fresh and crisp! 3 Pair $3.75 Friday morning our mightiest hosiery classic in several years ■begins. 400 pairs of shimmering silk, feminine loveliness . . go- ing at a price poifcible once in many moons. Every pair full- fashioned and every new spring color included. 200 pairs of lot 2273 Chiffon Hose, and 200 pairs of 3001 Semi-Service Weight to he sold at this price. house o^'Bfeva* values: $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 LATHAM'S Phone_441 Continuous Flow Dry Cleaning and Pressing: Southwest Corner Square FREE DEMONSTRATION HERE To make home movies with a DeVry Kodak, you merely aim the camera and press the lever . . . that's all there is to it. You get crisp, clear movies . . . sp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 March 1931

THE J-TAC Old Dump News Beatrice seems her old self again. Her roommate, Agnes Lee, is back with her. We are all glad to have her with us. Tate has had a hard time en- tertaining Beatrice and was down and out until her two sisters came Sunday. She was ver surprised but it was an agreeable surprise, I as- sure you. Waynie, Mary Alice, and Gene- va spent the week end with their parents. Katherine spent the week end in DeLeon. Agnes is a first class spectator. Ask Annie C. and Mabel lor par- ticulars. Our hall was very quiet this week end. Louise Jones visited in De- Leon and left us in peace and quiet. Daisy Ruth says that she wasted a perfectly good afternoon playing bridge, when she should have been studying. Aren't you ashamed, Daisy? Zelma Nash insists that she does not enjoy hopping tables. Mabel says that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world of toil and strife,—but who wants to rock a crodle? Vida gave us a treat and stayed over the week end. Now, isn't that nice? Anni...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 March 1931

10 THEJ-TAC . MOSER BROS. "The store where the dollar goes a long- ways" GROCERIES VEGETABLES Phone 235 — East Weshington Old Shoes Rebuilt are Better at HALF-PRICE than new. College Shoe Shop 6+6 Starter Is Not Excelled CLARK'S FEED STORE Whiteheads Shoe Shop First-Class Slioe Repairing Dyeing — Polishes — Laces South Side Square Henry Ellis Grocery & Market Fresh, Crisky Vegetables Delicious, Tender Meats Groceries Aplenty Quality Barber Work Shave 10c—Hair Cut 15c Cut prices, but same service City Barber Shop Armstrong & White Quick Tailor Service Alterations of All Kinds Made, PHONE 254 We Call for and Deliver Eat at Ideal Sandwich Shop Ml-MAHAN & EDWARDS North Side Square Lynch's Shoe Shop BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING Where Your Dollars Have More Cents Scotty: "I wonder why you have to get your feet up higher than your head , when you are studying in order to be comfortable?" Mac: "So you can believe it." POETS CORNER TIME By Carroll Sheffield It's time wherein its certa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 March 1931

THE J-TAC 11 Tarleton Players Win State Honors In Play Contest (Continued from page 3) ■ Speech department at Trinity Uni- versity and two assistants, beard the finals Friday night. It is gratifying to each and ev- eryone, who is in any way connect- ed with the college, to know that The Tarelton Players so success- fully worked their way through the preliminary and semi-final contests of these play tournaments. The Players were placed in the homes of the people of Hillsboro, and were entertained royally. Those making- the trip were Bobbye Pas- chal, Betty McCombs, J. W. Tuck- er, Boyd Laughlin, and Miss Lillie V. Lillard, director of the play pre- sented. President L. C. Proctor of Tem- ple Junior College, who is also president of the Texas Junior Col- lege Public Speaking Association, awarded the medals. The colleges representing the various districts were: Wayland College at Plainview. "Westminster College at Tehua- cana. . : Temple Junior College. Paris Junior College. Tarleton J...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 March 1931

~l 12 THE J-T AC Some Facts About Interesting People v SERGEANT BUSCHMAN The Sergeant being.in very high spirits one night proceeded to tell of a trip he had taken to Chicago sometime during his past, I will relate it in the first person. "Well boys! I remember oncet when I was just a fresh, young, and tender hoy from the mountains, I took me one' o' 'em air trips to Chicago. I got off that thar rattler, and I started off to find me a place ter stay. I herded me in a news- boy and told him to take me to the best roomin' house in town. I was plenty flush—just having sold 1000 side-hill dingwongs. The boy took me to a place called the Sherman Hotel. I no sooner got inside the door when a little squirt in a uni- form makes a grab for my satchel. Boy! You should have seen me clot him one in the eye. I gives hinx a side swipe that knocks him clear across the room into a fat woman's lap. After he jumped up, she hit him in the head so hard, he sprain- ed both ankles." Here the Sergeant hes...

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

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

THE J-TAC Complete Protection ELLIS Insurance Agency Qfficc Phone 423 Phone 419 DR. J. S, NUTT . ' ' DENTIST—X-RAY Special Attention Given Oral Prophylaxis and Treating Pyorrhea. Office over A.&P. Store StepheimJle Rent A Car Inexpensive Autning for Business or Pleasure—Day and Night Service 0. E. STANFORD, Prop. Your Business) Appreciated Phone 44—Next to Majestic Theatre Dr. S. D. Naylor Office Phone 130 Residence Phone 30 Keyser & Beene Tailors — Cleaners Hatters — Dyers Phone 288 DR. CROMWELL" Dentist West Side Square Dr. A. 0. Cragwall Physician and Surgeon ■ Office Over Perry Bros. Complete X-Raij Equipment Residence Phone 290 Office Phone 213 Experienced Workmanship And good material make Old. Shoes Like New . College Shoe Shop DIKE'S PLACE GOOD EATS OPEN ALL NIGHT T. Z. MARTIN GROCERIES 20 lbs. Sugar 31.00 3 No. 2 cans Tomatoes 25c 3 cans pork and beans 25c Tee cold milk, per quart 10c 695 TARLETOW AVE. § THE fv'N • LADIES'STORE The New Tilings First y\ /GLO.MOrr>...

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