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

J H E J-TAO PAGE THBBE HOSPiTAL HAPPENINGS ... Loyd Godfrey has been visiting with Aunt Lucy Hennigan for the past week. We hope that she will soon be able to leave. Hugh Wolfe and Otis Payne have been in the City Hospital, Otis is recovering frpm an appen- dicitis operation and Hugh is suf- fering with an injured leg. Every week for tie past six weeks there has been one or„.)tiore Tarfeton students, in the hospital for t an appendicitis operation. Seems to be an epidemic on. Watch oat!. Don't let it catch you because it's bad company. DE MOLAYS ENJOY WEINER ROAST The John Tarleton Chapter, Or- der 'of De Molay, went to Green's Creek for a Weirier roast Saturday night. About twenty persons left .the Varsity at six-thirty for Green's Creek. The chaperons were Aunt Lucy and Sergeant Busch- tnann. Everyone reports that it was the best weiner roast of the year. j Rentum-XT-Driveum FORDS and CHSVEOXEIS [ Special Bates at Bock Bam | Oarage—South Belknap Street GRUNDY FENNER I Phone y DR. ...

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

PAGE POUlt THE J-TAO J.T.A.C PROFESSORS HELP AT ERATH FAIR One hundred and fourteen Fu- ture Farmers of America' took part in the agriculture contest held at the- Fair Saturday morn- ing from nine-thirty until twelve o'clock, uijder the management of ' A. J. Spangler. H. N. Smith was , superintendent of the livestock di- vision and T. A. Hensarling was superintendent of the poultry di- vision. Dublin won first in the livestock judging and Richland Springs took the blue ribbon in the poultry judging. In the livestock ..division the five highest teams were: First, Dublin; second, Tolar;'third, Gus- tine r fourth, Comyn; and fifth, Stephenville. The five highest in- dividuals were: First, Dean Hil- burn, Dublin; second, Byron New- berry, Dublin; third, Cecil Hickey, Dublin; fourth, Robert Mitchell, Tolar; and fifth, B. G. Loveless, Stephenville. In the poultry division, the five 'highest,teams were: First, Rich- land' Springs; second, Gustine; third, Stephenville; fourth, Tolar; and fi...

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

) 11 ^ . ! f § A A / *-••< "'v v.A'ViAV ' ZXAM % * t J-T Vol xn STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1931 Number 10 PLOWBOY! Wow! What a game. The Polli- wogs were submerged and not al- lowed to come up for air. The Plowboy running machine was in perfect condition and that tearing line was up and at 'em. We had the wind against us the .first quarter and the Wogs threat- ened to score, but not to the extent that. they became over-confident. But the line held and the result was we won the fight for the ball. Did the Wog- team play like grammar school team? Well I should say not—they were plenty tough, but just not. tough enough. Ill be a vulgar name if Hamil hasn't been taking dancing lessons or else it would be hard for him to bo bo smooth with the ball. Boy, did he sidestep and weave through those hard-hitting boys? Why it's all over the U. S. A, by now! And when they don't come over Katro- la's part of the line—he just goes after 'em; he hates to be slighted. Sims turned ...

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

■{. PAGE TWO THE J-TAO Published Weekly by th§ Students of John, Tarleton College Eatbretlas e^eond-class mail matter at the ostoffice in Stepbenville, Toxa^j under act of;. Congress of March 3, 1879. Third Friday 13th of the Year Proves Unlucky for Some Tarleton Students Subscription Rates: Per year - _$S.OO Addrcaa all communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Tesas. Editor-. STAFF Associate editor -—1— --—■- News; — Feature■'editor!—_—.. . . Soeioty editor.':., : — Sporta eijitpr...Ll__ —-— J— • Editorials' editor'-—' ;-i— ■ Staff.;. PoBt....,,r--i;— BiiBiaeBp . Aaais^int bu^ipess wanagprs..—— Ihjcm} Hpss and Alfred Otto Reporters/-.Etfzabetb Long, Nellie Mac 'KijJinn, Gweta. Smith, Rosamond .Wsinrise Huniejr,- K?ith Kelly> Osborne Apple, Ajmie. O. "Bristol, Colg^iqn Kftwpjapj ieola Wood- — Woodroe Jackson —"Waldo Kejniiiger -Will Port Hall AJixe MpAlpine I«a Mae Tate 1.._ .. Carl C. Hardin, Jr. L. W. ,Wilcox —Ernest Arften — .—.Arthur Deffebach - WHAT ARE VOU HERE FOR? A...

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

THE J-TAO PAGE THREE Students Plan Various Celebrations With the Arrival of Thanksgiving "Am I going home Thanksgiv- ing? Well, I'm tellin' you," This is The Palace Hag Texas Meats and Fruits. Pay Them a Visit Phone 12 — North Side Square J. It. TRIMBLE it SONS Rentum-U-Driveiim FORD? and CHEVROLETS Special R^tes at Rock Barn G-arage—South Belknap Street GRUNDY FENNER phono. 7 r DE. CROMWELL DENTIST WEST SIDE SQUARE STUDENTS!: . Let os repair your shoes South Side Square WHITEHEAD'S SHOE SHOP Ellis Insurance Agecny HARRY £. BRAEUER OEEN II. ELLIS Use the City Bus PQR ECONOMY Safe.-— Convenient W. D. SNOW x W. P. Henson SANITARY GROCERIES PHONE 112 Permanent Waves 52.00 AND UP I^UB BARBER & BEAUTY SHOP Give Us a Visit—Phone 203 one of the various answers to quer- ies Resounding over the campus. Thanksgiving, the. first of the real holidays, is rapidly drawing near. This is the first short rest the students will have had since enter- ing Tarleton, Some of th,e Co-eds a_nd Cadets "...

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

THE J-TAO PAGE THBEE Students Pltin Various Celebrations ; With the Arrival of Thanksgiving "Am I going home Thanksgiv- ing? Well, I'm tellLn' ycu." This is The Palace Has Texas Meats and -Fruits, Pay Them a Visit: Phone 12.—1 North Side. Square J. L. TRIMBLE & SONS Rentum-U-Driveum rOKDS anil CHpVB.OUl'EB Special Bates at Eock Bam (jarage—South Belknap Street GRUNDY FENNER Phone, 7 m CROMWELL DENTIST WEST SIDE SQTJABE STUDENTS! Lot tui repair your shoes South Side'Square WHITEHEAD'S SHOE SHOP Ellis Insurance Agecny HAB.RY E, EBAEUEB OKEN H. ELLIS Use the City Bus ECONOMY Safe— Convenient W. D. SNOW W. F. Henson SANITAKY (JfiOCEfilES PHONE )12 Permanent Waves $3.00 AND W HUB BABBEB & BEAUTY SHOP Give Ua a Visit—Phono 208 one of the various answers to quer- ies resounding oyer the campus. Thanksgiving-, the first pf the real holidays, is rapidly drawing near. This is the. first short rest; the students will have had since enter- ing TaTleton. Some of the Co-eds and Cadets ■wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 December 1931

/■ T Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5,. 1931 Number 11 roN ONEGA LOSES ONE 12-0 PLOWBOY! Well, we've had a very success- ful season. Compared with last year, we are Universal Champions. Some of the boys have played their last football game for Tarleton while others are just .getting- start- ed. If you don't think." that the rest of the world and the ex-students are noticing what is happening at Tarleton jusfc take a peep at the following: ■ "Honest John: -"Beiiig|' an exy and very much ■ interested iij the Plowboys, I have tried to help them, a little in their standing with the other great teams of the nation. How are these for results ? "Tarleton beat Daniel Baker, 13-7. Daniel Baker beat Howard Payne, 19-0. Howard Payne beat Simmons, 10-0. Then Tarleton is 44 points better than Simmons. ! "Texas beat. Simmons, 26-0. Tar- leton still has. 18 points on Texas. "Rice beat Texas, 7-0. Tarleton is still 11 points better than Bice. "Rice beat Texas A* & I., 35-0. Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 December 1931

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by tlie StudentB of John Tarleton College Entered as 'second-class inail matter at' the ostoffiee in Stephen ville, Tesas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879.. Subscription Rates: Per year_ -$2.00 Address all communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF E ffitor — —---- ------ Associate editor....';. —--- NV.v'3 editor —- Feature editor ; — Society editor.— Sports editor. —— - Editorials editor.: .1 Staff Poet.... : Business manager.. Assistant business managers. 3jueeil Moss and Alfred Otto Keportera, Elizabeth Long, Nellie Mae 'Killi^ri, Coreta Smith, Ro&amond Langdon, Mary Waurine. Hunter, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie C. , Bristol, Coleman Newman, Leola Wood. Woodroo Jaekson .„-tWaldo Eeininger Vill Port Hall Alixe McAIpine ,-Jna Mae Tate .....C.Carl. G. Hardin, Jr. L. W, Wilcox Erne@t Arfken Arthur Deffebach back to Strawn any more if Joie is there 'cause you must thin}: of poor Pish Running-Gear* We never hear much...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 December 1931

the j-tac PAGE THREE Funny Noises that Sound Like Snoring Are Only the Radiators "Warming Up , "Wham. Bang! Clank! S-s-s-s-s! And so far, far into the early hours: of the morning. How can a poor fish sleep with that racket? Well, there is no jest for the ■wick- ed, you know. No ^ne but a dump uppprclasspan could rest in peace when all the radiators are emit- ting unearthly noises such as those in the dormitory do. The first night after the steam was turned. on, . there were two freshmen who thought that some supernatural element was at work. For Those Butter Toasted Sandwiches THE B. & H. Coffee Shop West of. Service Drug Store GOOD MUSIC Eddie Barber Tennie Hawk Chiropractic for Health W. C. BRICKEY, D. C. Office Over Old Tirst National ; Bank Building Students ; Patronize THE MAJESTIC BAKBEB . SHOP HIT OF THE WEEK EE CORDS! Only 15c Magazine Subscriptions Solicited BARIIAM'S DRUG STORE North Side of Square Another was sure that something terrible was happening to the building....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 December 1931

VAtfE rOUB THE J-TAO PRITCHARD-WftRREN, FORMER STUDENTS, L11 Mrj Elmer Pritcbard, who graduated from Tarleton in 1930, and Miss Mary Warren, who at-' tended Tarleton in .1929 and 1931, were quietely married November 21 at the home of Miss Warren's parents, near Lometa. The mar- riage terminated one of the many romances started on the Tarleton campus. Amon^ those present at the wed- ding were M. F. Blanton, of Cli- max, Colorado, a former Tarleton student. Two of the guests, William Warren, the bride's brother, find Hayden Duke, are at present stud- ; ents of TaTleton. After a short stay with friends and relatives in this state, the newlyweds will leave for Climax, Colorado, where the groom is em- ployed with the Climax Molybde- num Mining Company* Friends of the couple extend to them their heartiest congratulations and good wishes. - GIRLS' GLEE CLUB • SING AT SELDEN (Continued from page one) gave a nice program at Selde'n last Friday night and were received with enthusiastic applau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1931

.< Jl ■ i • : i i : T A ii /OV yoi. xii STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER; 12, 1931 Number 12 PLOWBOY! MZ Well,. practice has started for basketball. There ate or^ly two let- ter men hack and the rest are all new. Hamil and Stockton are the two letter men who know their stuff. . " There is no center and the place will Be a '.'hot spot" for competi- tion. Company basketball is ovei and practice started Monday after- noon with Coach Wisdom and "Choc" Sanders giving ■ the squad some information as how to become good players. Thirty-one men reported for practice which turned out to be a skull practice. Many more are ex- pected to come out -as the season advances. There will be about twenty-five places open with about ten or twelve on the-varsity squad. The conference this year will in- clude some of the larger universi- ties as well as the Junior colleges. Qame3 are sought with A. C. C., Howard Payne, Daniel Baker, etc. All in all it's going to be a fast and interesting season...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1931

PAGE TWO THE J-T.A 0 ' . ■ • \ Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as sacoud-elaEs mail matter at the. ostoffice iu 'Stephenville, Texas, uader aet of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per year: ■ -$2.00 Address all.uommunieations to The J-Ta«,'Tarletoa Station, Texas. ' ' ~ ' STAFF ' ~ ~ Editor—- J. Woodroe Jackson Associate editor "Waldo iteihingsr News editor. — - Will Port Hall Feature editor 1 Alixe McAlpine Society editor:..... , „..:.Ina Mae. Tate Sports editor „ J. Carl C. Hardin, Jr. Editorials editor J L. W. Wilcox "Staff Poet ■ — ,—Ernest Arften Business .manager. Arthur Deffebach Assistant business managers Luceil Moss and Alfred Otto Beporters, Elizabeth Long, Nellie Mae 'Killian, Coreta Smith, Rosamond Langdon, Mary' Wa urine Hunter, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie C, Bristol, Coleman Newman, Leola Wood. 1 A FEW HINTS IN PASSING "No longer the moon alone can hold in spell the Romeos and Jyliets of 1931. It must be a dinner, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1931

,-r- THE MAO PAGE THKEE LOU , WINS. MORE HONORS , FOR COLLEGE DAIRY HERD September was the second conse- cutive month that Cid's Combina- tion Lou 816673, a purebred seniof three-year-old Jersey cow owned by John Tarleton Agricultural Col- lege, produced more butterfat than any other Jersey of her age in the United States. Of the 429 cows of all, ages . in 169 herds that made the September American Jersey Cattle Club'Honor Roll, Lou was fifth with 76.91 pounds of butter- fat. She led her age class by over eleven pou,nds, and was the high- est butterfat producer in the state for that month. This young cow already holds the senior two-year- old state class championship with' 686.9 pounds of butterfat in 365 days. Marie's Combination Lass 866- 905, a yearling in the college herd, was third in her clastf for the en- tire United States with 57.34 pounds of butterfat. Her dam has just qualified for her seeond silver medal and a gold medal and her granddam is a gold and silver med- al stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1931

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAO MR. SPANGLER SPEAKS TO BOYSJI COTTON Difference in prices of cotton was discussed by A. J. Spangler'in Boys' Chapel. The Farm Board advocates reducing cotton acreage. Texas has passed a law providing for a fifty percent reduction of cot- ton acreage for two years. United States has at present enough bales of cotton to supply the manufac- turers for next year. ■ This year sixteen million bales were raised and United States has a carry over of nine million bales from form- ed, The present price of cotton in New Orleans is six and two-tenths cents a pound. . TPhe price of retail products is sixteen .cents.- Mr. Spangler also showed charts show- ing the production and prices of cotton from 1890 to 1931. Lticy Nell Yates read "My Rival" ""and "A Foolish Question" in' Stu- dents* Chapel. On request , of the students, Cam- eron McLean, who sang in the ly- ceum program Friday night, sang "The Road to Mandalay" and "Old Pate" in chapel Saturday. EXPRESSION DEPARTMENT TO G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1931

s T A vol. xn STEP HEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1931 Number 13 A Very Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year PLOWBOY! Dear Santa: Time sure does fly, and the lit- tle things that everyone needs this year are so many that I will only ask for a few: Santa, you must bring us better grades, or well—what would a school do without a football team, basketball or. .track team? Any- way, times are hard and we would certainly hate to blame a bad sea- son on the times. Santa, basketball is here and we are going to need plenty of student support; so. bring us more of that coveted Tarleton spirit, along with a few new sets of vocal chords. For we are gonna need them if we are to shake the rafters of the,gym. And Santa, you must bring a Skipping rope to Wetzel and Bar- ham and Dan—for they are almost out of practice. Of course, Barham says he's best but Wetzel is a close second. Then, Santa, we will have to have a few arms and new knees and one pair of eyes' so that the team will be per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1931

PAOB TWO (IM 111 1 1 THE MAO Published Weekly by the Students of Jolia Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the ostoffice in Stephanville, * Texas, ruder act of Congress of March 3, 1879. No Slapping Allowed, Says Physiology Student as She Cuts Her RaPs Tail Off Subscription Rates: Pec year,. $2.00 Address all communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF Editor, Associate editor News editor Feature editor — Society editor./ Woodroe Jackson ..Waldo Reininger Will Port Hall A lixe McAlpine Ina Mae Tate Sports editor Editorials editor Staff Poet Business manager. ..Carl C. Hardin, Jr. L. "W. Wilcox Ernest ■ Arfken ..Arthur Deffebach Assistant business' managers..-.. Faculty Adviser__ ..Lueell Moss and Alfred Otto Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Nellie Mae 'Killian, .Coreta Smith, Rosamond Langdon, Mary Waurine Hunter, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie C. Bristol, Coleman Newman, Leola Wood. Asthis is the last issue of the J-Tac before the holid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1931

?HE MAO PAGE THRBB AGGETTE APARTMENT NEWS The big green apple In a news reporter's digesliye system is the problem of creating news out of a vacuous mind. The trouble in this case, however, is not so much the lack of news as it is a slight ner- vousness aboi^t. printing the news on hand. The freshman must get the news in, but he must say only things which will be pleasing to the upperclassmen. Since this freshman dislikes to deviate from the narrow way of truth, he* finds himself himself in a somewhat puz- zling dilemma, say either in a cul- de-sac or between Scylla and Charybdis. There is one, too, about deep water or something. But news, news! Regimental Ser- geant Major P. Quirinus Woodui's activities contrary to the spirit of celibacy might be mentioned, but they couldn't be regarded as news. News is never the usual. Missis- sippi failed to indulge in the gen- tle recreation of touch-pass foot- ball last week-end—that's really news. Several of the boys made the honor roll, but i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1931

/ . PAGE FOTTE THE JT-IAO Site of Stephenville College Was Chosen for Tarleton—Improvements Included Gravel Walks and Drives (Editor's Note: This is the third of a series of articles written for thy J-Tae about the history of Tar- leton . College.) A site for the John Tarleton College was to be chosen with two main purposes in mind. First: the highest interest of ^he institution itself. Second: the greatest perma- nent perpetual good to the city. In 1893 a frame building had been erected on th^, present site of the new auditorium apd had been called Stephenville College. As Ste- phenville could not possibly sup- port two colleges, and as John Tarleton had beer, especially inter- ested in the progress of this school before his death, the site of the already established college "was se- ■ lected for the new -one. Several improvements were made on the college grounds in the summer of 1896. A wire fence was put around.the grounds, the side walks were levelled, the grounds filled in and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1931

■\ THE J-TAO, PAGE FIVE PERSONALS AND OBSERVATIONS John E. Smith is a young pros- pective air pilot. Fishes Squirrel Baxter, Squirrel Martin, and Squirrel Childress try- to get all out of life that is possi- ble. Sometimes they try that on their friends. Fishes Crooks and Pace are two of the outstanding Bolsheviks on the drill field. Barnie Young was seen in town Saturday afternoon driving a Dodge car. How did he manage it? Buck Dobbins shows the proper spirit when he delivers laundry. Why is Fish Seharlene Mingus so down-hearted lately? Fish Hollid would he a good freshman if he could talk about anything except the girls. It would be too bacj ifl Fish Mitchell were to fall in love. He'd certainly make a big hit. Ardis' Gaither is making the hon- or roll this six weeks. Can you feature that ? Corporal Elbert Thurman came out his shell and gave one of the Dump girls a break Saturday night, T. J. Milton has been a regular visitor at the Dump for the past five Saturday nights. If you. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1931

PAGE SIX ffH7s-.T IV- s.f THB MAO, 26 MEN ARE OUT I FDR BASKETBALL Twenty-six :men reported for basi ketb'all practice ori . Monday, and were put through ^ light 'frorkou'f. The Plowboy Cager/list this yeas includes a large jiiajbrity of first- year men, who need quite a bit of working over. With 'only about two letter men back and another not eligible at present, the outlook - is .still not bad,'for the boys haVe the willingness to. .work and the de- termination to Je'arn the game. Coach, ' Wisilom put the men through ' a' Snappy workout that ' took considerable quickness of the eye to follow and to check up on where the ball was- The men were divided into two' groups and a con- . test of passing and pivoting*' was ( 'permitted with each side showing progress in learning to follow di- ■ recti ons. . '; . ' Next the groups were split in two and the ball, was received from and. passed, to the .specified men with remarkable rapidity and con- trol. Good laughs were had by all, . as the...

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