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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1932

-I Vol. XII STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY,' FEBRUARY. 13, l£i>2-./' ■' ' NUMBER 19 PLOWBOY! Well, it seems as if it had been a long time since we have been to a ball game; maybe it is because wc lost the last one in a hard -way. Boy, I have never seen a crowd go so wild over a game in my life! From gentle cuss words to excl- amatory exclamations. After play- ing two extra periods to lose by a good margin is indeed pnough to make one feel down and out. May it never happen again! But Thursday- night at Brown- wood the Purple is out to get the score even with the Yellow Jackets. The Plowboys were out to get Ran- dolph Tuesday night, too. The season is drawing to a. close and getting closer and eloser to the time when the final reckoning comes,,the last of this month, when the tournament will he played here. This gives the college/students the unusual privilege of attending with a minimum cost. The tennis and track men have started out in earnest,. and the eliminations have started ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1932

PAGE TWO THE" J-TAO Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Enteral as ! second-class mail matter' at- the ostofEjce in Stephen villa, Texas, under aeit of Congress of March 8, 1879. SnbscfiptioB ,]Bates; Per year Addressa!! .communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas |3.00 Editor- Associate ■ editor— News editor. , Feature editor —~ ipffciety editor 4-—, p^prfs editor—., . Editorials editor — St&ff Poet-.:..— Business jnanagerJ. STAFF ! Woo,droe Jaekson Waldo Iieiiiinger _...Win Port HaU „ Alixe JJcAlpine :....Jna' Mae Tate Call C.. Hardin, Jr. j. tL. W.. Wilcox .....Ernest Arfken Arthur Deffebach Assistant Business Managers—. Faculty Adviser..". _L -^.Dorothy Stockton and Luceil Moss ..Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta. Smith, Rosamond Lang- don, Christy Mitchell, ■ Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple,, Annie O. Bristol, B. P. 'Smith, L'eola Wood. ' WORDS, TOO, BEAR WATCHING - The popular slogan dl the day has been, -'Watch your ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1932

THE J-TAO PAGE THBBfi * *■ •*- A CO-ED'S LETTERS BACK HOME There seems -to be a "rage" among- the girls in the dormitory— having blistered heels and sore toes. Many, of the in were seen about the campus -wearing everything- from mother-hubbards, two sizes too large for them, to arch supports . and other corrective shoes. I don't blame them-—I have a pair now and although they aren't very pretty, they feel great. Jimmie Widman and Fay.e Bell have a "huge" pair, each like the other's, at t|ie' least their toes can't be found once they got in them. Eugenia hasn't any yet, but we will win, her' over soon- er or later. I'm tired of seeing her limp around. The moral to all of ■ this is to get good shoes1 and get fhem big enough to walk in. I haven't told you anything about the "lovers" in'a long1 time. Well, there's a comparatively hew case now and it's getting really serious. Ked Dearing and Katheryn Rogers. No one has s.een either of them trifling on the other and that's a bad sign. ' E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1932

PAGE FOUB THE J-TAO TEACHERS WORKED TO EDUCATETHEMSELVES To those who are working their way through school now, it may be some consolation" or perhaps in- spiration to know that some of the faculty members also had to work for their education. These are some of the things they did: Dean Davis loaded a wheeled- scraper while the Frisco road-bed grade was being built through Tex-, as, . picked cotton, cleared land, milked and watered cows, fed and watered one horse, did the market- ing for a boarding house, cut fire- wood and stove-wood, and carried it in, made fires in the morning, tutored other students, cut atove- wood for- faculty members, and shined shoes. He attended Denton State Teachers' College. Captain John Smith collected accounts, shoveled snow, fired fur- napes, played on athletic teams, and worked on farms. He attended Peabody College; Mr. Eaves sold books in sum- mer, worked in comptroller's office in Austin compiling delinquent tax records, waited on tables and so- lic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 February 1932

T H J-T AC Vol. XII S'WSPHKNVILLB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FUliltUAUY 30, 1932 Number 20 Students To Celebrate Washington Bicentennial *' 1L PLOWBOY I MS , Saturday night we are Twsta to the* Daniel Baker Hill Billies. The Hill Blliie cagers have a good team and will give us a terrible fight to keep abreast, but they boat us on free pitches on January 18 in Brownwood. With their 27-19 vic- tory over us, we hope they are over-confident and rusod another "practice game." The outcome of the games with Randolph and Howaid Payne was at least fifty per cent perfect. The Plowboys went down before the Yellow]tickets with a^ score of 30-23. Wheeler was high-point man with nine points; however, he waa retired early in the game with his limit of personal fouls. Co* was high point man for the Plowboys with eight points. The Plowboys ■were not up to par in their goal ringing, for many a pretty shot ■went wide. Several of our varsity squad members wore retired from further action with the limit of perso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 February 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAO Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Collage Entered at #econd-c!aB« mail matter at the 1 oatofficj? in Stephonville, l* . Teiaa,, under s,<jt pf Congress ijf March 3,'1879. Subscription Ratea: Per year— $£.00 Address a)l communications to The J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. rJ, t ' —I" ' ■ — rr-t 1 u>,M-n STAFF Editor — . -- Associate editor— — — Nev& sWw-—■« • — Feature editor . — — Society editor Sports editor.. - - -Carl C. Hardin, Jr, Editorials editor _— Staff Poet — Business manager.— — Assistant Business Managers Faculty Adviser, Woodroe Jackson Waldo Reininger —.Will Port Hall .. Alixe McAlpino .....Us Mae 'Tftte L. W. Wilcox Hriest1 Arfkeh Arthur DeffebaCh Dorothy Stockton and Ltfceil MOM Boberta Clay Reporters, Klizttboth Long, Beverly Kflyacr, Curet.a Smith, Rosamond Lang- don, Christy Mitchell, Keith KelJyj Osborne Apple,, A nniii 0. Bristol, B. D. Smith, Lcola "Wood, ' GEORGE WASHINGTON AND TREES "I did! it with'my little hafch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 February 1932

THE MAO PAGE THK8B LUCKILY, SAINT VALENTINE FOBfJETS 1T£ LEAP/YEAR Valtmtine's Day ran true to -form even though this 1V32, happened to be leap year. Girls still received the gifts when J>y rights of Leap Year, the poor old boys should have gotten candy and flowers. Val- entine's Day la certainly Lover's Day, too—and this was well prov- en by the bi(!j red hearts of candy on nearly every girl's table, boxes of flower? and.Epeci^il delivery let- ters whiqh-iegdu .cotrungin Satur- day night anid lasted until Manday morning, Evwyone win apparently stricken by Cupid's dart*. , Subscribe for the J.-Tac. It is your college paper. 1 t Polish >■ colors of dyes for all kinds of slippers. Sea The College Shoe Shop TYPEWRITERS ' FORRENT. „:i F. h. WOEFB ^ INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 108 EVERYTHING, TO BAT H®WY EU£8,. Greasy arid-Market Phones 118—"8 Tbn. A&B WELCOME * Baby Ch#cks - Wfar not get chicks from pgl- 4jraar-old hens and g. ■a, pedi«w4<L '#to-*a§, r>*m $kerew "^h«^*d7?lrd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 February 1932

MjMB 70TTE IBB J'TAO SPRING-LIKE PAYS CALL FOR HIKES INTO COUNTRY The recent spring-like days took many students out for hikes into the country. One group ot boys went down the Bosque River to pick up pecans. They went on down the creek and began to try to out- do each others in feats of skill and strength. One cadet boasted for an hour about how far he could jump and then tried to back up his state- ments by attempting to leap across the creek at a narrow point. He failed and splashed down into wa- ter almost waist deep. He had to borrow some mutohes and build a fire to got his clothes dry. He learned his lesson from that expe- rience and didn't try to do any more impossible feat3. Another group of boys went down the railroad toward Dublin, evi- dently imagining that they were a group of railroad turns waiting for a train. Anyhow, they all had fun getting away from academic du- ties for a while to laugh and play and enjoy the beautiful weather. advice washington gave his step-grand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 February 1932

Vol. XII STEPHEN VI-LLIJ, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1£>32 Number 31 PLOWBOY! " .Oh boy! Another hot gam© and plenty more a'coniin\ We nosed ' Weatherford out by 4 points Tues- day night of last week, and then turned right around and lost Mon- day night by 5 points 39-34. The ■ taViey was 22-11 in odr favor at the half. With. the season coming to a .close this week-end and track just getting a good start, things are go- ing along at a fast gait. . There .will be four other teams ■ in the race besides Tarleton, and they are all pretty good. The ■ game Monday night at Weatherford put us in the "Down" column. Our percentage before Monday night's game was 500, and rnAv is 450. Cowan. Young Gre- gory, Rucker, Stiles, .forwards; Richardson, center; Bramlett, Wolfl, Felkner, , guards, made the trip Monday night. Daniel Baker comes to Tarleton and plays Tuesday night February 23. The J-Tac goes to press before the game Tuesday night and so we'll have to just predict a victory ■ for Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 February 1932

PAGE TWO THE mac Published' Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton- College Entered as second-class, mail' matter at the ostoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. $2.00 Subscription Rates: Per year r Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF Editor Associate, editor News editor: ,— Feature editor — Society editor- Sports editor : Editorials, editor. Staff Poet — Business manager. Woodroe Jackson Waldo Beininger .Will Port Hall ..Alixe McAlpine Iiia Mae Tate Carl C. Hardin, Jr. L. W. Wilcox Ernest Arfkeu Arthur Deffebaeh Assistant Business Managers- Faculty. Adviser- -JDorothy Stockton and Lueeil Moss i ■ Roberta Clay Reporters,,Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, Rosamond Lang- don, Christy ^itehell, Keith Keliy, Osborne Apple, Annie 0. Bristol, Her- man Dearing,. Ealph. Logall; Lucy Tucker, Betty MeCombs, Ruth Askew, Lynn Ilassler. TIME IS PRECIOTJS, DON'T WASTE IT . Within the course of, the past few weeks, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 February 1932

THE J"-T A 0 PAGE THREE 1 HERE and THERE | t --■ ' + Did everybody jump when Mr. Wilkins walked into the Dump Monday night? Well, everybody did. ■ End1 you ever get a crush on soihebody all- of a sudden and just couldn't even write a line for a few minutes,, and all the time you were supposed to be, in love with some- body else. Well* a red-headed girl did. one night. ,, Ask Stubby about that wart on her lip. ■ , Ask Temple if he enjoyed the tea,; Red says that he thinks that Kathryn is perfectly safe in Caddo. He must have a lot of confidence in "absence makes- the heart grow fonder." . . . Eugenie, Lois, Helen,sand Janet had a cold ride to Stephenviiie Monday. They arrived in time for chapel. Did'ja ever have a heavy date and dress all up, put on all the hair oil and powder and buttons and shiny boots and eye-lash curlers, arid then go out to climb in the car to drive off, and then find a flat ■tire on the auto, and then with a' beautiful flow of language, go in the house sadly, c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 February 1932

PAGE F0T7& THE J-TAO SEXTET INTRODUCES PATRIOTIC PROGRAM; MB. GABRETT SPEAKS Introducing1 Professor Garrett's lecture Monday night was a sex- tet composed of Tarleton co-eds. The girls sang three numbers en- titled "Coming Through, the Eye," "Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes," and "Yankee Doodle." Miss Thelma JVIc Aninch accompanied on the piano, and Mr. Earl Gough di- rected the sextet. A short talk was given by Betty McCombs commemorating 'Wash- ington's birthday. Mrs. Ertith Richardson and a string ensemble played several numbers. The mem- bers of the ensemble were quaintly attired in colonial costume with powdered hair. The subject of Pxof. Garrett's lecture was "Washington, the Am- erican." He began vby saying that we were to honor "Washington in- stead of worship him, "With the slides Mr. Garrett emphasized points of his talk. The" fine points of Washington were displayed in his features. The bridge of his nose' denoted his strong determi- nation of character. The straight...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 March 1932

% J-T A Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1932. NUMBER 22 Hillsboro Wins Championship of Western District TJX.A.A. PLOWBQY Well, it's a sure sign of rain, or some tiling or other. You coulda knocked me over with the smell of perfume when that last cannon went off, and left us with the little end of the stick, or, rather, ntf stick at all. It just didn't seem possible for anyone to defeat us, but that smooth forward of Schreiner's, Bo- mar, sure did sink that last shot for the biggest points I've ever seen. Hamil showed the visitors some real classy shooting by just sink- ing than from all angles of the .court. Felkner broke up their of- fensive several times by taking the ball away from them before they knew it was gone. With Pirtle out . practically all of the game on ac- count of a recent illness, and Gilli- land with an injured shoulder, two of the main stays of the team saw most of the game from the bench; however, Gilliland was sent in in the last few minutes of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 March 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAO Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the ostoffiee in Steplienville, ; Texas, ntider pct of Cpngresa of March .3, 1879, . Subscription Kates: Per- year $2.00 Address all .communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas, Editor ^ Associate editor- Neivs editor. Feature editor Society editor— Sports editor.: STAFF Woodroe Jackson ..Waldo Iieininger .Will Port Hall —Alixe McAlpina Editorials editor—^ —-—_ Staff Poet—---— ' — Business manager : Arthur Deffebaeh Ina Mae Tate Carl C. Hardin, Jr. L. W. Wilcox -Bme3t Arfken Assistant Business Managers; Faculty Adviser.. ...Dorothy Stockton 'and Luceil Moss ..Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, Rosamond Lang- don, Christy Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie C. Bristol, Her- man Hearing, Ralph ■ Logau, Luey Tueker, Betty MeCombs, Hath' Askew, Lyiin iiassler. FEWER PROMISES, BETTER KEPT One of the. most important founda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 March 1932

THE J-TAO PAGE THREE Unmistakable Signs of Spring Include Sunshine and Buds, Birds and Butterflies Have yon felt it? Have you no- ticed it? You could not help but note the signs of early spring, creeping into our midst. The^ sun has been shining for perhaps a week now. (It might not be shin- ing when you read this). The ■warm sunshine has brought buds out on the trees. The grass is springing forth into that bright shade of color a freshman re- presents. Birds and butterfyies are beginning to flit around the campus. Therefore it will not be long until the entomologists will get orders; grab a net and go bug hunting. The animals on the campus sense that winter is about gone. Nip and Tuck, the prairie dogs,- and the squirrels have been put enjoying the warm rays of old SoL The deer'are glad to see the tender grass pushing its way up- ward. The fish and the "Fish" loaf about the campus enjoying the new weather, Another sign of spring is the appearance of the creations from a modiste's s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 March 1932

5>AOE JOX7B IHE MAO HILLSBORO WINS CHAMPIONSHIP (Continued from Page 1.) score but two free throws in this championship game. McCamey of the Mountaineers, and Burt and Winters of the Indians were out- standing for their passing and goal shooting. In the second half Schreiner threatened Hillsboro's lead, but on- ly for a few minutes. Winters, Hillsboro guard, made two free shots, and Herring and Burt scored four points in time to save the championship for the Indians. In the last few minutes of play Hills- boro worked a stall, conservatively handling and passing the ball out •of each Mountaineer's reach. The game ended with the Indians lead- ing by 10 points, 38 to 28, Friday night, in the second game of the tournament the Hillsboro In- dians completely, swamped the Gainesville Cats. The Indians took the lead early in the first quarter and continued to increase their score by snappy passing and un- usual goal shooting that was chai- acteristic of their play during the entire tourn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 March 1932

Vol. XII STEPHEljTVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1933. NUMBER 23 PLOWBOY! /. The' track men will go to the ■ Stock .Show at Foi't Worth Satur- day, March 12. Coach Wisdom has announced that probably eighteen re en will make the trip and eom-^ pete in the track and field events against the other junior colleges and all teams in our class. Last year the' number of freshman teams and other contestants had ..greatly increased over the previous year's number. This season the number of freshmen teams entered are quite a few more than ever be- fore, and the competition will be at its height all of the time. The' ; Oklahoma University freshmen and the Texas University freshmen wil! be there in hosts—probably more than a thousand contestants ■. will be entered in all the events- The golfers have been delayed somewhat in their workouts and j ractiees on account of the bad weather. Coach Wisdom- plans' to ■' take the best with him to. A, and M, the .same time the track men gc to compete in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 March 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-Tp A 0 Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton'College Entered as seeond-class .mail mat.fcr at the ostoSice in Stephenville, . QJ'exaa,- under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Subscription Rates: Per year _J Address all communications to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texaa. 2.00 Editor. - ' Associate editor-, News editor Feature editor Society editor Sports editor Editorials editor- Staff Poet ; STAFF Woodroe Jackson Waldo Keininger Will Port Hall Alixe- McAlpine Ina Mae Tate Carl 0. Hardin, Jr. L. ,W. Wilcox Ernest Arfken l Arthur Deffebach Dorothy Stockton and Luceil Moss Roberta Clay Business manager Assistant Business Managers Faculty Adviser Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, Eoaaiupnd Lang- don, Christy Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie C. Bristol, Her- man Dearing, Ralph Logan, Lucy Tucker, Betty McCombs, Ruth Askew, Lynn Hassler. WHAT ABOUT AMBITION? Have you ever thought of your ambition? Do you have a pur- pose or a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 March 1932

THE J-TA.O PACE THREE Fort Frolics The Fort boys wish Jimmie would go out in the athletic field to practice his bugle. What's the attraction in Fort Worth, "Watkins? Green also visited the Stock Show over the week end, returning cold and broke. Wolston is in love. Can it be a girl who wants them twenty-three, no-more, no less? "Midget" Barton has not been in many of the Fort sessions since he has been -working. The Fort misses ■ you, Chief. Charles'lam tells us that they know about the war in China ir Miles. It says so in the paper. Kelly's parents visited him Sun- 4 day. Why doesn't Miller ever S. A,? Is he afraid he will stutter and ssy the wrong thing? Wolston doesn't. Watkins asks that a correction be made. He is not Lambert's pal. What has happened between the two former pals? The Fort is sorry to see "Ban- ker" Pondrom leave. Good luck, Pondrom. Lambert and Shafer went home and seem to be none the worse ex- cept Pete ahd Miss Drake seem to be getting along just fine. Did the h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 March 1932

r~ PAGE FOUR THE J-TAO Oldest and Best Due to the flu, the hall has been neglected to a. great extent.' Now that everybody is back, everybody is HAPPY. For some unknown., reason or ' other, A! has been going home quite often. Guess her interests are in Strawn rather than in Tar- ■Teton. . Dorothy gnd Irene have been stepping high lately. Just a couple of officers; thdt's all. Edwina has been smiling from ear to ear since Arthur has been made Top-Kick. Stay in there, Ed- wina, maybe he will do better next time. Maniip went home this week-end and efiirro back with the. grins. Maybe if you will ask her the ex- act reason, she will tell you- Ruth and Paul seem to have the S.A, pretty bad. They are together morning, noon and night. You see they eat at the same place. Emma' V. .is the . best chaperon and the best roomie in the whole Dump and everyone loves lier. Elizabeth had as her guest this week-end that well talked about Woodrow., She certainly did look swell too. and is he GOOD LOOK-...

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