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

THE JT-TAO PAGE THESE t f A Co-Ed's LETTERS Back Home ■J Dear Jack: S'funny old world, isn't it? I , know you'll laugh when. I tell you that I'm terribly homesick, but it's true! Could you imagine jne en- joying a good game of drop the handkerchief? Well, I'm- telling you, Jack, anything would be a welcome relief from these "shoot 'em up big" shows on Saturday night - ' I had a time studying today. My theme required a lot of concentra- tion, and just because it's Sunday and quiet hour had just rolled off its last minute, they all burst forth into "Loveless Love" to, the tune- less tune of somebody's uke. I near- ly go "nuts" sometimes with so much noise around, but I'm begin- ning to get used to dormitory life and I am finding it interesting as well as extremely amusing, We were going to have a big . time ducking the freshmen last night, but Mrs. Moody did not think the idea so hot. And I spent half he summer anxiously awaiting the \ ime when I would be an upper- classman and could ...

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

PAGE rotra THE J-TAO Plowboys Lose to A. G"CJ* 13 to 0 : (CONTINUED FROM riRST PACE) After failing to make the required yards, the Plowboys punted to the 50 yard Bn^. A. C. C. gassed, which. war good for their first goal. The kick for extra point was blocked. Stapp returned A. C. C.'s kick-oil: to his own 40-yard line and then added. 10 yards on the i first play. Tarleton punted to: the 10-yard marker. Katrola recovered A. C. C.'s fumble on their 2(}-yard line.—Score 6-0, SECOND QUARTER . Plowbpys had 19 yards to: go at the; beginning of fchia quarter. They tost the ball after two in- complete passes. After ah ex- change of punts tie ball was brought nearer to the opponents' goal. A pass was caught by Keyes on the 40-yard line and carried by hint to within 4 yards of their goal. 1 Oil. the first play; Tarleton held the line,, On the second play A, C. C. gained fouryards. One. yard to go for. another touchdown. The Plow- boys recovered a, fumble one foot from the goat Tarleton punted...

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

y vol. xn STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1931 Number 5 Second Lyceum Feature At Tarleton Next Tuesday JUBILEE SINGERS OF FISK UNIVERSITY TO BE HERE OCTOBER 20 PLOWBOY ■ - Thud!, Another Redskin bit the - dUBt. ' The Plowboys fought the Indians till the last gun sounded and were then carried off the field with the l.ig end of the .13-0 score. This was a very pleasing reversal of points as compared with' the A. C. C. game. ' The whojc game was packed with thrills and hair-raisers, along with a few1 sighs from the bleachers. The line did excellent work against the strong Indian, invaders arid made possible the large amount of yardage gained by the runners.. . Bearing broke through hear our goal and blocked and the Recov- ered a , kick, ijrhich enabled the Plowboys to score the first touch- down in short order after the first quarter. TWO PROGRAMS FOR PALO PINTO CO. FAIR I). H. Godwin, Tarleton Clarinetist, Wins First Place in Solo Contest 1 Couser intercepted a pass and ra...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-IAO 1 Published Weekly^ by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered, atf second-class mail matter at the ostoffic.e in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1S79. Subscript] on Kates: Peri year.. $2.00 Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas, 8TAIT Editor.. .Woodroe Jackson TEMPOEASY STAFF Business Manager.— Assistant Business Manager.. Sports Editor....:— Society Editors „——— Feature Editor — Exchange Editor.™..—— Mews Editor, JWiUiani Sausing ,_JBay Duren Carl Hardin WITH THE EXCHANGES j «H-H+h4 HMHWU.HtH'. Loans amounting to $22,000 were made to two hundred students by the Association of Former Students of A. & M. this year. Failure to se- cure employment during the sum- mer, made it impossible for some students to meet the payments for their loans. The Association was pleased, "with the response given by the students to correspondence relative to notes. __1 : _:__AIixe McAlpiae Mary- Waurine- Hunter __j l i—Waldo ...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE HERE and THERE /,' Speaking' of red-heads., did you know that Jack Bearing is known as .Little Red, 'Pinky, and Red, Jr., Deai-ing? v . Goldenrod is the name of t,hat GUljlarid guy. And did you know that Ina Mae Tate is known as Emmy, Roe, Dick, and Hezzy—all with "Tate" on the end. Wonder what happens when two red-heads get together? Red, Sr., Dearing had a girl over from Fort . Worth to see. him play' Saturday, and she surely does have pretty red hair, and she surely is crazy about Red! . ' ! ' Ina Mae Tate should have added a postscript about herself when she talked about "Lovers on .the Cam- pus" the other day. . . \ ■ Major Woodard certainly is popu- lar sinee he has a great big radio jn his room. It surely is too bad that we, all can't be as good looking as Press Conerly. ; Mr. Bill Thompson is a man of many functions, ; Pish Watkins had a date Satur- day night. ( " You can't dance with school girls in here, sonriy." ■'■'Mary Dee Long- is still engaged, an...

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

page rotra THE J-TAO AWARDS COMMITTEE PASSES NEW RULINGS AT FRIDAY'S MEETING Nature of Emblem Not Decided but It Will Probably Be The Official "T" Selection of Rifle Team to Represent /College in Area Matches Next Spring Being Made by Process of Elimination Rules governing the giving of non-athletic awards were passed upon by the Non-Athletic Awards Committee at a meeting, in the Library at Ave o'clock Friday af- ternoon. Alva Merrill, president of the Students' Council, -was present at the request of the committee. ^ The following resolutions were passed by the unanimous vote of the committee: "No student shall receive the Non-Athletic awaKjj who is not passing in at least fifteen hours of work, each semester, of the year in which such award might be made; except if such student is not taking fifteen hours then he must be passing in all of his work. In case a student should drop courses during the semester which brings the total below fifteen hours such drops shall be regarded as f...

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

V'i J Vol. XII STEPHEVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER Si, 1931 : Number 6 PLOWBOY1 m. Again the Plowboys carry, ..off the laurels! ■' Thig' tim6 ' the score, is - a. little top heavy, which goes to show that the team is in grand condition, and, is mowing' them. down. The West- minster Wildcats were taken by the overwhelming strength of the line and were fighting' a losing game. They fought hard to bold ■ the Plowl)0y3 to a -7-0 score at the half—which shows' that over-confi- dence is worse than an inferiority complex. \ We all read and heard of the run tliat Kile made against the Wild- cats which I imagine was very hard for thf Westminster teamtolaugh at. Even if it' did tickle Mr. Kile, we all know that Kile is. a great quarterback, can steer the team out c f a hole to almost certain victory. : Couser and Stockton showed the Wildcats that the air was made for something else besides to breathe, . for they;-opened' an aerial attack that.-foiind the Westminister Wild- cats wanting in p...

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

?AOK TWO ,IEB MAO Plib)ig&e d/Weekty ,bj the Students - j£gr :Tftrleton CoJJega 7~, Entered aJ seeond-tlafB- D^it matter at the ostoffice in Stephonville^ Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. . Snlj^riptjop Verjepf- "TT 7S~ $2.00 Address all .^ewinunifjitiojjs .to The. J-Tac, Tarijitoij.i Stp-tjoo, Texas, ITAXT Editor. • Bosinejsa,; Manage?., Assistant Business Manager . Spirts *E4itor._. — Sociaty.rEdito*.,:... Feature Editor—— Exchange Editor. News-Editor^ STAIT ,Woodro«f Jackson ...WilHam Sitting J._.li£iSiy litiren .Cari Hardin JUiie MeAlpine . JIaiy Wanrfci Btniiter _ Waldo' Reiainger ..Ina Mae Tato, and Nellie Mae Kiliiaa Bpportera:Coreta «Ki Smith, Annie C.f Bristol, Osborne Apple, teola Wood, -'- Rosamond Langdon, L. Wilcox* Will Port Hall, Ktfge*' Sedmali' "£iy," Cadet, co-ed," do you love Tarleton?. I hear , your aps\veP;^®s,"of course; Thdn tthy not help us to keep that old spirit by enabling us to put out the J-Tac every -week. .The other colleges aroutid e...

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

* E J-TAC PAGB THBKE Managers of Varsity Reveal AU Sorts a Of'Interesting Faet$on^Bhi& and* That 'A V't- ■jt<, v - ix" -S?-*; i* . The reporfer'for th^Jf-Tnc was' very' fortia nate to find Mr. Cra- teud'Braycleri-of the Varsity in a good- htimer' Mtsnday. The reporter 'realizes that he-ha& had si great honor conferred, on hint in that Mr1, Brayden very graciously granted an^int^rview to- this most tumble persons-Together • with* Uncle- Mqn- dy^be,;-ga\>e a great'deal of'-valu- . able- and1 interesting . information aboutf thc- Varsity and its clients. . >To* begin -with, Miss Peart Mahan ha-si-been- trading atw Uncl« ■ Moody's longer than* anybody; else,and-i?ho is. fit. present - a:, regular customer. Doc Birdwell and Mr. Doromus hold Records for1 being, the biggest loafers ' in schook- -The- things that sell-'most ■]' • the. store are almond-* toffee iee; cream, coca colas, and a ■ feWmorethings, <' 'Eight after' student' council on Thursday is the time when, t...

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

PAQB r0UB THE J-TAO austin 5 o«o«o And What They Are Doing 00000 Miss LinnieV Willlngham, '28, . graduate of C.i.A., is staying at home with her parents this year. Gustine. ia her hqme. A, D. Pettit, '27, is teaching mathematics and sciences in the senior high school at Gustine. Hazel Porter, '29, ia teaching in the grades at Gustine. Connie Mae Couch, '29, is.fi grade teacher at Gustine. Hayes Prank, '29, ia teaching the seventh grade in the junior. high school at Gustine. Hortense Frank, '29; is staying at home this year. Her home is Gustine. Louise Frank, '29, is staying at home at Gustine this.year. Vane Welch, '29, is at home at Gustine this year. Mrs. Ruth Howell, '31, is a grade teacher at Gustine, . Ira O. Starkie, -'31,' is a grade teacher at Gustine. Imogene Couch, '27, is a teacher in the senior high school, Gustine. Buryl Kcfse, summer school stu- dent, is superintendent 'of the Gus- tine Consolidated Schools. Fannie Stuteville of Gustine is. teaching in the grades in th...

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

J-T AC y0L xn STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATUHPAY, OCTOBER 31, 1931 Number 7 ponsor PLOWBOYI ,'0h boy! What a game, A regular tug-o'-war. :The Plowboys got the first count- ■ er an$ the extra point, and had to . fight to' hold that lead, for the Marshall "Tigers had plenty of fight ..and pep.. ' ' Hamil carried the ball . over for the touchdown' and the rest of the -non did the necessary blocking- and hard bitting- t,o enable us to get the upper hand, ;. 1 Twenty-nine men made the trip and nearly all got to play.' It was . the reserve strength that held the onward rush of' the :Tigers during the last' periods, and many men were used to keep them from be- coDjirig literally , exhausted while battling with all they had. The Tigers came hack iri the ■ third and fourth periods with blood in tffeir eyes and turned loqse an avalanche of hard hitting. They scored and got the extra point, and the score couldn't be changed de- spite the repeated effo.rts of both teams. ' Friday we play one of tho ...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered1 as.'second-elasa mail matter at' the ostoffiee . in Stephenville, Texas," under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per year.. _$3.00 Address ill communications to The J-Tac, Tarletoa Station, Texas. STAPT Editor., ..Woodroe Jackson temp orary- staff .."William Sansing Ray Duren _Carl Hardin _Alixe McAIpine ,-Mary Wpurine Hunter ......„_Waldo Beioinger ..Ina Mae Tate, and Nellie Mae KilHan Business afeifagwrl-— Assistant Business' Manager.™. Sports Editor- Society Editor!—. Feature ^Editor... , Exchange Editor.—. ::— ' News Editor .. Reporters:Coreta G. Smith," Annie ,0. Bristol) Osborne Apple,' Leola Wood, Rosamond Larigdon, Ii. W. Wilcox, Will Fort Hall, Keith Kelly Tl'lE UNITED STATES DID COME BACK ■ By way of reminding you that' it is- possible to take things too gloomily, 'John M. Ellis, of 25 Broadway, New York City, sends an. editorial state- ment from which extracts follow...

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

THE J-TAC' PAGE THErEE H. E. Exhibit Gives Ideas for Decoration; Teachers Celebrate With Waffle Supper; New Walk Being Made Around Building An exhibition case on the first floor of the "Home Economics Building has different exhibits . in it every two weeks. The faculty members of the Home Economics Department are responsible for the "various displays. Mexican pot- tery- was shown at"- the .first of tisjhooL A'.winter bouquet of bit- tersweet is being shown, now. The purpose of the case is to give the students some ideas for home dec- oration- and appreciation, of the work done in the department by various students. . The,teachers of the Home Eco- nomics Department-, including the nurses from the Hospital Depart- ment,, had-a good time, initi&ting the new waffle irons and . dining room furniture, of- the department, Thursday: night pf' last week at p. waffle supper. Miss Walker was hostess.. to the following guests: Miss Nelson, Miss Vaughan, Miss Yarbrough, Miss, Brpwri, Miss ,T...

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

PAGE FOUR THE MAO Lunch Wagon Fables Now that the iirst six'weeks are about to end, new tables have been assigned to the students. Each stu- dent now has an assigned place at which to eat, and it is his duty to see that he eats there at all meals -requiring specific seating. ■ Miss Short, Miss Blanks, and Annie C. went to Bicckcnridge Fri- day to see the . Breckenridge-Cisco game. As most of you know, Miss Short was a teacher in the Home ' Economics Department in • the Breckenridge High School for a number of years.'Miss' Short cer- tainly has pep, and is interested in the welfare of all the Tarleton stu- dents. Elizabeth Aldridge is now hop- ping tables. We. hope you all like hei*,as well'as the Dining Hall, girl? do.; . Paynes says the party is over with now, and so are his worries. Bond backs him by saying, "Glad to see you get it, Hayncs." Ahna Nell Tate has missed see- ing her mother one week-end. Poor girl,- we feel sorry for her. Ruby Jo Wise is an excellent .table hop. She j...

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

Jj^wwliwwi -*■ ■TA A ' vol. xn 9TEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1931 Number 8 Tarleton Wins Against Baker in Best Game of Season -f ■■ FLOWBOY! Baa! and another Billy was stop- ped before . reaching the line of scrimmage. . A • practice game, eh? Well, it was.'a practice game, but.it hap- pened to< be for the Plowboys. The Rill Billies seemed to be taken by the wealth- of material and wtiat is called real football players. The Billies were a tough burich and had plenty of good ploys and fast men, but the breaks go to the best-drilled team. Simms played a good game with his. running arid passing, and was : the outstanding player for both teama That's very Jfood, Sims, but we. are expecting" a lot of all the players. Keep up the good work- . Tarleton touchdowns were made by Sims' passes to Hamil arid an intercepted pass by Sims. Hamil made a beautiful run after claw- ing1 that, ball with his fingertips, ■The team is in perfect coridition ■ and ia looking for more "tough s...

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

■mrjRW" PAGE TWO THE MAO Published Weekly by the Students,of John Tarleton Collage Entered as second-elass mail matter at the oat off ice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per year. ..— $2.00 Address all communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAET Editor.. Woodroe Jackson TEMPORARY STAJP Business Manager^ — Assistant Business Manager.. Sports Editor. Society Editor. : .-William Sansing -Bay Duran Carl Hardin A Hie McAlpine ...Mary Waurlne Hunter —!„ :.Waldo Reininger Feature Editor — Exchange Editor—j—: . News Editor L. Ina Mae Tate, and Nellie Mae Killiaa Reporters:' Coreta G. Smith, Annie 0. Bristol, Osborne. Apple, leola Wood, Rosamond Iiangdoh, Ii. W. Wilcox, Will Port Hall, Keith Kelly, Elisabeth hoag. Dormitory Room Inspection Is Exciting; Some Timid-Hearted Co-eds Cry and Faint There , was a. -bit of . excitement in the Dormitory Thursday night when Mrs, Moody had a sudden urge to visit the girls' rooms. "Oh, j...

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

THE J-TAC PACffl THBEE Recital Is Given by Fine Arts Students; Trio Sings at Erath County Institute At the last meeting of the. Fine Arts Club, on October 27, the fol lowing program was re'rideredi piano, i "A-flat Waltz" (D.urand), . Mary Dee Long; violin, "Dance Rustique" (Baroweki), Coda M. Baggett; piano, "Song of the Cot- ton Pickers" (Rolfe), Alice Ham- ilton; voice, "Caro Mio Ben" (Gi- oidani), Betty Dunlap; piano, "Pamponnette" (Durand), Inez Earl; violin, "Sarabandi" (Bohm) Dorothy Davis; and piano, "Pol- acca Brillante" (Bohm), Natalie \Voodruff. After the program, a short busi- ness session was held, during \ "which the officers, Bob Blair, Ha- . zel Gibson, and Mary Dee Long, were duly installed. A trio composed of Betty Dun- iap, soprano; _Ethel Hamilton, mezzo; and Gwen "W!illian;s,■ alto; sang at the Erath County .Teach- ers' Institute Thursday. The trio has Thelma McAninch as' accom- panist, : Mr. Gough and Messrs. Froh were also on the program. Mr. Vernon Head, of S...

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

V s&ob four THE J-TAC V. L. Granville— (Continued from Pace One) will be the narrator; Job, from the Bible; Strepsiades from Aristo- phanes' "The Clouds;" Pernet, the archer, from "The Free Archer of Baignollet" by Francois , Villon; Hamlet, from "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" by William Shakes- peare; Lady Wishfort, from "The Way of the World" by William Congreve. Then there will be ten minutes intermission. The second group of interludes includes selections from the plays of modern times (including an in- terlude from the Japanese): Uriah Heep, from "David Copperfield" by Charles Dickens; Asano, a stage director, and Uda, Prince of Sakamoto, from "The Fluttering Hands" by Kawataki Mokuami; Ivan Ivanovitch Tolkachov, the father of a family, 'from "A Trag- ediam in Spite of himself" by Anton Chekhov; Nero, the Roman Emperor, from "Quo Vadis" by Henry Sienkiewicz; the Lord Chancellor, from "lolanthe" by Gilbert and Sullivan; and Andre, from "The Final Call" by De Lord.e. Grooming— (...

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

THE J-TA Yo]. in STEPHEN VILUB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1931 Number Q PLOWBOY! We have .visitors today, the T. C. U. Polywogs; and we are going .to try from the first-to the twelfth man, to return the compliments that they have so neatly , handed us the last two years. ; The Wogs are allowed only three games a season, and we have been delighted to number them among our opponents the last few years. They have always Had a good clean team and we have al- ways considered them "A No. 1," They have a very strong team this year, with plenty of reserve strength. We realize that a game with them never means a "set-up." The Plowboys turned Westmins- ter under the sod, suffered a de- feat at the hands of A. C. C,, fought Marshall to a draw, smack- ed those cocky Hill Billies off the "practice" field, and we're going to show the Polywogs the same fight- ing spirit that we had the day the Goats retreated to Brown-wood We're looking a big game straight in the face. Another thing, Purple an...

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

AQB TWO TUB Jf-TAO Demerjt Book Will Not Let Students Forget About Escapades of Erath Fair Published Weakly by the Students of John. Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at' the ostoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under aet of Congress, of March 3, 1879. V Subscription Ba'tes: Per ye'ar_ _$2.00 Address all communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas, BTAPI" Editor _ Woodroo Jacksoa TEMPORARY STAFF Business Manager... : Assistant Business Manager.. Sports Editor. : Society Editor..—.. —.— Feature Editor Exchange E4itor.„._ News Editor. ——. -William Sansing Bay Daren ,.Carl Hardin AUxe McAlpine ..Mary Waurino Hunter ..Waldo Reiniafer ..Xna Mae Tate, and Nellie Mae Ktllian Reporters: Coreta (J, Smith, Annie 0. Bristol, Osborne Apple, Leola. .Wood, Rosamond Langdon, L. W. Wilcox, Will Port Hall, Keith Kelly, Elizabeth I<ong. BEAUTlFICATION BY CO-OPERATION "Beauty demands/appreciation.!" It is only a very common and uneducated person who does not feel a keen app...

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