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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1932

J-TAC Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1933 Number 14 The First Basketball Game of the Season to be Played Here TARLETONlANDOLPH OPEN GAGE SEASON HERE FRIDAY NIGHT PLOWBOY Basketball "well under way and the football awards have been an- nounced. To the following Plow- hoys the Varsity award was given for distinguished service on the Plowboy squard: Ends: Blackburn, Smith, and Logan. Tackles: Cox, Katrola, and Brummitt. Guards: Co-Capt. Dearing, Bar- hare, Grizzelle, and Godwin. ' Centers: Wetzel and Thaxton. Quarterbacks: Kile and Couser. Halves: Co-Capt. Hamil, Stapp, Pondrom, and Johnston. Fullback: Sims. Defeated by only one team of its rating in the state, and that under unfavorable weather conditions, the Plowboys turned in a whale of a successful season. ■ ' The other members of the squad, who showed the ability and plenty of fight, were given the Plowboy award as follows: ■ Odom, Cowan, H. Katrola, Ven- able, Andrews, Crook, Arfken, Welch, Ratcliff, Ralston,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1932

'1 PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Love and Botany Vie for Desk Room, Names Uncontested for First Place Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-clasa 'mail matter at the oatoffiee in Stephenville, ' Texas, under act. of:Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per ye^r------'--—V--:—: $2,00 'Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. I ,STAFF ' Editor - Associate editor— News editor..., Feature editor.- Society editor... Sports editor-..! L- Editorials ' editor....- Staff Poet. Business' manager.. Woodroe Jaekson _Waldo Eeiainger Will Port Hall ....Alise McAlpiae :„Ina Mae Tate ,.,.Carl C. Hardin, Jr. - ..L, W. Wilcox . Ere eat Arfken Arthur Deffebaeh Assistant business nianagers__ Faculty Adviser.. Lueeil Moss and Alfred Otto ----- Roberta Clay Exporters, 'Elizabeth Long, Nellie Mae ■Kil3ianJ Coreta. Smith, Rosamond Langclon, Mary Waurine'.Hunter, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie 0, Bristol, Coleman Newmanj Leola Wood. AND HERE C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1932

THE J-TAC PAGE. THREE CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION R E StudeiltS GlVC INCLUDES MANLESS PANCE Womanless weddings and hen parties have teen thought .of, and have even been successfully staged, .put—a manless dance! Well, here- tofore, no one has had enough im- agination and initiative to give a real manless dance—that is, have everything but the men, Mrs. Moody decided that it was time something new was originat- ed; the dance was naturally about :the first thing to think of, for what ■ girl in the Dump doesn't like to attempt dancing1? There could be no men; therefore everything else must he perfect. It was. There were evening dresses ■without • the tuxedos. All the delicate odors of the perfumed' co-ed were there— without the more prominent odors of the hair-oiled cadets. And that ■orchestra! .Oh! Of course, the male element , was supplied by the or- chestra, but-the few men were so outnumbered ' they -didn't even count. They probably felt insigni- ficant enough anyway, to he pleas - ed to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1932

■VI PAGE FOUE THE J-TAO NEW SHRUBS GIVE CAMPUS ft FESTIVE AFTER-MS LOOK Misa Lewis Supervises Setting Out Of New Plants Around College Buildings Extensive work in campus im- provement was done during the holidays while the students were away. "Under thft direction of Miss Lena Lewis, shrubbery was set out around the Home Economics Build- ing, Administration Building, the partway and the annexes. . The list of shrubs include Juni- per Pritzeriana, Juniper Stricta, Baker's Arbor Vitae, Golden Ars bor Vitae, Springdale, Jasmine Hurnile, Cherry Laurel, Spring- dale Arbor Vitae,' and many more. Miss Lews worked hard getting everything, finished before school began again. The shrubs were set out in fresh leaf mould trucked in from the country. With the rain Sunday and Monday following so closely on. the transplanting of the shruba, they should grow rapidly. The campus looks much better •with its new vines ' and shrubs. Miss Lewis is to be thanked for her tireless work during the holi- day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 January 1932

■ ■ ■ ' ' : . ' \ Vol, XII 'STEPHENTILLE, TJiXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1932. Number, 15 ■; 4. Randolph in First Cage Game of the Season PLOWBOY! aw : Wow! What a Game! . j With Tarleton on tap. at the. start and at the finish,, nothing could be sweeter. ■ ; We are now looking forward to the game Monday night: against DanlelBaker, there in Brown wood. And then they pay us a visit.- We play there the 18th of . this month and'..they come here th,e 20th. ' .little. article' on. New Year's resolutions comc put in the Browii- wppd Bulletin, in:which that.pager promises to refer to SlI games , in afome other manner,, than using the term "Practice Game." Yeh! We will rem.ernber that, but our piotto is to wi.ii 'em all. or bust a leg, mebhe two. \ ■ ■ Any how last1 week. John was" Honest, but he diiln't have it right to start with. In,the general scram- ble of iipmes,' three varsity men were left out of'the line up and the result was eniba'rrassi ng. Anyhow this opportunity is taken, to let...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 January 1932

PAGE TWO THE MAO Published Weekly by the Students of- John Tarleton College Jitcrcd as second-class mail matter at the ostoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. 9ab eripti*n Bates: Per year.. T : $2.00 Addre** all communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF Editor., — Associate editor.. News' editor Feature editor Society' editor.—1— Sports editor Editorials editor Staff Poet !— Business manager Woodroe Jackson ..Waldo Eeininger .Will Port Hall Alixe ifcAlpine Ina Maa Tate _Carl 0. Hardin, Jr. L. W. Wilcox Ernest Arfken -Arthur Deffebach Assistant business managers- Faculty Adviser—i ..Luceil Moss and Alfred Otto ....* : Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Nellie Mac :Killiau, Coreta Smith, Rosamond Langdon, Mary Waurine Hunter, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Aruiie C. Bristol, Coleman Newman, Leola Wood. DISASTER FOLLOWS GOSSIP •Gossip—what does it profit any man? But the harm it does to the object of the gossip can never be confined...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 January 1932

SI1 MiO *AOE nui N. G. EIFLE TEAM WILL BE SELECTED THIS WEEK The ten high men of those trying out for the rifle team of the local unit of the National Guard are as follows: Newman, Coach Frazier, Ward, Ratcliff, Gardner, Blalack, Osborne Apple, Ra,ggetto, Barfoot, and Stockton. These are the men who have the highest scores up to Monday, January 11. The team has to he selected before Friday night, as their names, have to be on the '■way to stin 'by then. Those who iiiake' the' .team will fire in the Regimental matches which will be held before the end of the month. The members of the National Guard are now taking competitive tests for the selection of non-com- missioned officers. A test will be given each drill night until about the first of March, when the pro- motions are to be announced. The first of these tests was given Monday night, and was on the "school of the soldier." BOXING AND WRESTLING PRACTICE HAS BEGUN Monday afternoon these who were' interested in boxing and wrestling...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 January 1932

PAOB FOUX THE J-TAC . A CQ-ED'S , , LETTERS BACK HOME Dear Jack: ■ Oh-—for something that will ' break the adamantine monotony of classes! This last week and the two .which are ahead are crammed full of book reports, English con- ference, page after page of Span- ish: to translate, and the learning of the Teya^ Legislature, Some- times I think I would like to sleep until Gabriel blows his horn, hut Gabriel's horn might do like my alarm clock didj and forget to blow, t was supposed to go home Sunday morning about 5:30 o'clock, and I sqt the alarm for 5. If Aijnie C. hadn't heard the door, bell and hadn't come up after me, I would have been left "flat," because the darn, thing didn't go off,. Jack, what can one do when everyone4 1 fails, him, even his alarm clock ?. We are studying essays .in Sen- ior English and I read "Co-Eds: God Bless Them" by; Bernard De Veto." And bay did he get the boys told? I was, feeling so good oyer the facts I had : discovered concerning Bome advantages th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 January 1932

Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, .TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 33, 1933 Number 1G PLOWBOY! ■ The Western ^Division of the Tex- as JuniorCollcge Athletic Associa- tion, includes plenty..tough compe- titon. Th6 championship ■ for this division, of which John, Tarleton is a lAehiber, will be played the last week of February, and the cham- pions will play, the winners of the Eastern Divisional thd State title. The- 'teams ; 'in ■■ our division- are: Amarillo, Sehreiner; GTeenville, Hillsboro, N. ,T,-A. C., (Grubbs), John Tarleton, and possibly Ran- ger. This will take lots of practice for the team to do what we expect of them and we Must- encourage them to the limit; . Back the Plowboys! If you. cannot go to the games away from this icity, at least be at the . games in your own.gym. Let them hear you yell, shake those rafters in there, let them know that you are behind .them to the limit and tp the finish. A school has to have spirit.' Without it—isn't a school: Those of you who have been to the game...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 January 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC X . Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarieton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the ostoffice in Stoplienville, ! Texas, under act of Congress of Mareh &f 1879. Subscription Rates: Per year— ^ —~~ Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarieton Station, Texas. _$2.00 STAFF Editor—_—- Associate editor_ News' editor.— 'Feature editor..... Society .editor, Sports, editor—j_— Editorials editor- Staff Poet u_. Woodroe Jackson —Waldo Reiiiinger Will Port Hall ilixe McAlpine j_ :rJ._ Ina Mae Tate _L_J Carl 0. Hardin, Jr. J ...I— ! L, W. Wilcox - . -Ernest Arfken Business maiui^ei" ; Arthur Deffebach Assistant Business .Managers . ^Dorothy' Stockton and Luceil Moss . Faculty Adviser—:.. l._ —1 — Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Nellie Mae -Killian. Coreta Smith, Rosamond Langdoj), Mary, Waurine Hunter, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie C. . Bristol, Coleman Newman, Leola Wood. FRESHMEN, CATCH, COLLEGE SPIRIT When you, came here, the first...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 January 1932

THE J-TAC PAOETHBSSB Fort Frolics Didn't it rain last weekend? ? This certainly is tough to get soak- ing wet and then get six demerits for being out. Isn't it, Watkins, Eiam, and Red Barton 1 Other Fort men like to get out arid play in the rain. Some of the boys played some kind of a game in which—"you fellow me." The ones who suffered worse were Bed i Chief, Red Pondrom, Red Wplston, and Red Green. Brewster spent a quiet week-end. He misses someone. He never gets over two letters and a phone call in one day. " '1 Bull Bob and Fish Kelly went somewhere. Th£y came back talk- ing ' about the good-looking girls iii Cleburne.. Stapp left, as usual. But Red Kile has the S. A. so badly here that he couldn't leave. "Sue" Elam should write an es- 1 say' on how to save time on get- ■ ting up note-books. 1 "Otto Von Hindenburg" says Ford needs a bigger and better system. Bull Bob was sick Sunday night, hut he was able to eat a dozen oysters and make drill Monday. The depression has hit anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 January 1932

rjt BroTtJB THE J-TAC T ABLET 0 N-T M C SPLIT TWO-GAME SERIES The John Tarleton Plowbays and the T. M. C. Bulldogs ended a two- game series even in games, Tarle- ton winning the first go 26-22. The T. M., C. team played consistent ball to down the Plowboys to split the count v.-ith a score, of' 17-15. Th'e starting line-ups -were: Tarleton—- Cov/an No. 1, for- waVdy Richardson No, 6,- forward; Young No. 3, center; Pirtle No. 1, guard; Hanoil No. 8, guard. . Substitutions in'the first half were: Baxter r", :f or Kichar dsort, Wolfe; fir 'Pirtle,. Gilliland for Young; In the last half: Pirtle for Wolfe.' ■ '• ■ ' ■ T., M. C.—Stanton No. 5, for- ward; Farwell No. 4, forward; Al- ford No. 9, center; Barnes No. 10, guard' Cox No. 11, guard. Substitutions in the "first half, were; Bishop for Harwell, Farwell for Cox, and Barkley for BisKop. In the last half : Cox for Barkley, Barkley for Bishop, Stanton for Barnes, and Bishop for FarwelL Jn the second game the TrM. C. lin^-up was the same...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 January 1932

J-T Vol: XII STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, .SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1932 Number 17 •4 PLOWBOY! SETSttfciEW .Well, it looks as if things are starting over now with registra- tion, but don't forget to get your athletic ticket for the second semester; it'll cost very little and the benefits will be appalling. Well, if -we play every team and win, that's just fine. Some think that unless one makes every game a victory in points: the even- ing was wasted. But you will never regret the good times you ,- have here in this college, so make the years a success by being an all- round student- The last few days the outcome of the games that were scheduled has been indefinite postponements. Howard Payne could not be here Monday night, Westminster could not offer an excuse, probably cold feet, (we hope nbt). The outcome of the Daniel Baker gapie was not entirely to our sat- isfaction, but w® may have anoth- er crack at them soon and the ta- bles will be turned. The comparative field goals and the free pit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 January 1932

PAGE TWO THE MAO Published "Weekly by the Students of John Tarletoa College Entered aa second-class mail matter at the oatoffieo in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per year —$3.00 Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. Editor Associate editor_ News editor STAFF Feature editor. Woodroe Jackson Waldo Rciniuger Will Port Hall Alixe McAIpine Society editor ■ Ina Mae Tate gports editor ^ ,_CaTl 0. Hardin, Jr. Editorials editor „ h. W. "Wilcox Staff Poet Ernest Arfken Business manager.- Arthur Deffebach Assistant Business Managers Faculty Adviser -Dorothy Stockton and Lnceil Moss 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. WELL BEGUN IS HALF DONE It has been said that "Well begun is half done." This statement is no more true in its application to any line of work than it i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 January 1932

THE J-TAO PAGE THESE A CO-ED S' LETTERS BACK HOME Dear Jack: In chapel the other morning, Dean Davis suggested that it look- ed like rain. The next day he calm- ly told us that he believed to good- ness the long drouth was going- to be broken. Today in chapel he said that in spite of everything his pre- diction was coming true. Well, it's raining all'right and when you get this letter it will still be raining. It's bad on the S. A.-ers, but Uncle Moody's coffee sales are increas- ing and now there isn't even, stand- ing room in the Varsity. Registration is over, or almost over and it wasn't any fun at all. No rush, no hurry, nobody got very angry and nobody got tired from having to stand in line. Oh! Mr. Wilkins I think was a little tired, at least if the expression on his face meant anything, and the fre- quency with which he shifted his long, lean body from one foot to another. A few students have come in and many old ones have left or are leaving. Some for one reason and some for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 January 1932

PAGE FOtJE THE J-TAC PERSONALS AND OBSERVATIONS Can anyone imagine Hubert Jones studying? Well, he made a brave effort Sunday Pish Jonnie Joyce.was seen at church Sunday night with a new one. He must have been a Dear, If there-is anyone interested in music or S. A.ing, he should re- ptrt to Bacon's .Barn' for prelimi- nary training', < James Fussell dropped out of school to become an aviator, but he has registered for the second sem- ester now. It is just simply wond- erful how; these co-eds can change a cadet's-mind. Pish Ju Ju Myers says that sitting in a swing from three till six was the cause of it Sail. Did you hear the last "parlor" jjoke' that Sergeant Currey crack- ed? Well, he has not pulled the last one yet, . Alfred Donley's motto is "never get the S. A, while you have any money," Do you suppose any of his parents ever lived in Ireland? Pish John Britt has entered school again to work oil his M.A., ."not S.A," degree. Pishes Oran Potts and Bonner Ivey still live a free...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 February 1932

J-T vol. sn STBPHENVILiiE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6,. 1932 NUMBER 18 Company "A" 'M PLOWBOY! ' The- tournament is pot far away and the junior college teams ,will be primed- to shoot both barrels, at the'baskets. , ,. • Tarleton has the gooti fortune to have these games, played hers at the Plowboy Gym. The floor has just been made over and re-lined; this will help out. a lot in deter- mining bounds. The floor is n.ot slippery, and more speed can be ob- tained withqut danger of slipping or sliding. ■ Well, we notice that Christy (Greek) Mitchell is back among us. We'll be seeing ya, Christy. Monday afternoon in a fast workout in the' gym, two players collided, and the results were a sprained ankle for Hamil and a hard knock for Bramlett. The in- jury; is not thought to be serious, but might be.of such a nature as to keep the players from being up to par. The class B and the rural schools had their contests at the Plowboy Gym last week. Some of the teams were good, for they seemed t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 February 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAO i '.s , Eublishpd-Weeily hy the Studehtg of John Tarleton College Entered as' seeoii'd-class" mail ' matter ' at the os toff ice in Stepheayille, Texas, Wider aet of Congress qf Marches, 1879. ...:$2,Q0 Subscription I}ate^: Per year. ,™~— .—' ■ • ' Address all communications to Thc J-Tao, Tarleton Station, Texas. ..'STAFF Editor-.-- —; -— :—■ Associate editor.——-—- — News editor 1—4 Feature .editor Society editor— Sports editor : : Editorials .'editor.--— - Staff Poet— —, . i, "Woodroe. Jaekson -Waldo Eeininger :_WiIl Port Hall Alixe ' McAlpine —,Ipji Mae Tate Carl C. Hardin, Jr, _i _ L. ~W. Wileos Ernest Arisen ■ Business Bi^pager.— _ Assistant Pusijjess Managers.. Faeulty Adviser.. ..Arthur Beffehach -JJorothy Stockton and Luceil Moss , l Boberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Nellie Mae (grllian, Coreta Sttiitji, Rosamond Lajigdon, Mary Wauriite Hunter, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple* Annie C. Bristol, Coleman Newman, Leola Wood. LET'S KEEP ITS RATING HIGH The Jun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 February 1932

THE I-TAO PAGE THREE Library Notes The library is open from 7:20 a. m. until 5:20 p. m, every week day except Saturday. The hours for Saturday are 7:20 a. m. until 3 p. m. Any book taken from the library must be properly charged, -Books shall remain charged'to the-per- son 1 drawing them until delivered to the librarian or until paid ior. Books lost or destroyed shall be paid for in full value of the cost of the book. . Books may be kept out for two weeks with the privilege of one renewal, if not in demand. No student should take out a book for another student without permission of the librarian, Reserve books shall, be issued for use over night only.' They may Be taken from the library at '4 • o'clock or after to be returned the . following morning 'by 8:30. Reserve books taken out at or after 11 o'clock Saturday are due the fol- ' lowing Monday' morning by 8:30. Only one reserve book in. a sub- ject should be taken out. If at 5 there are books left, a student may have the privileg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 February 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J-TA.G STUDENTS II VIOLIN HEAR A. SPAL The Fine Arts Club enjoyed the following program at the meet- ing last Tuesday night: piano, "Big Bass Singer" (Rolfe), Marie Wells; "Minuet in G" (Beethoven) Helen Robinson;- "Les Muscadins" (Wachs), Anne Thurman; "Cuban Serenade," (Charles MIdgley), Pauline Roberts; "Whims" (Schu- man), Thelma McAninch;- -"Valse in G" . (Chojpin), Esther Dunlap: "Preludes and Valse" (Chopin), Hazel Gibson- • , Jack Buchanan, accompanied by 'Gwendolyn' Williams,' sang two beautiful numbers, • "Pale Moon" and "Robin Hood," in chapel last Monday morning.. Jack is an ac- complished vocalist and shows great promise for the future, A CO-ED'S LETTERS The Girls' anfl Boys' Glee Clubs have been increasing in numbers since the new semester began. The clubs are about the right size now to do' some really good work. The girls' club will make a trip to Co- myn on .February 12. .The boys' club has intended for the last two weeks to give a program at Rang- er,...

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