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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1932

* r- / ■ 7 H £ . ■ / J Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1933 NUMBER 24 Tarlieton Players Win The State One-Act Play Tournament PLOWBOY! Well, we won fourth place this year at the Stock Show Track IVfeet,. along with the A.' and M.- Freshmen of Oklahoma, with. llVz points. Last year jve were third with 22 points. However, this is ' early in the season, and about April ■ SO we will go to A. and M. for a meet. Sometime around April 10 there "will be a dual track meet with Weatherford here. The college entries in; the meet at the stock show have beail faster in time and over 800 in iiumber. Twelve records were better- ed and tw;o were tied. This voung- " ' er generation is faster mentally, morally, and physically. ' The tennis playing is now limit-: c-ti to one court, as the other is bq- ing resurfaced . for the coming meets. It won't be long before Mr, Oliver and Mr. Agee show their skill against the T. C.. U, faculty team, Baseball is becoming a fancy, and with those ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAO !--£ ,.... , Published Weekly by tbo Students of John Tarleton College Entered as aeeoad-iilass mail 'matter at the, oatoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, under aet of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879. Subscription. Rates:. Per, year.-^,—U—: -—.• ,—_ $3.00 Address all coniniuhleatioixa to The J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF Bditoi-:.„-™^,—-— ■ Asaoeiate editor—- News editor..——— Featurc editor„.L„ Society 'editor^.™.. Sports editor.'..-.;.—. Editorials 1 editor..,.. Staff Poet—,. Business manager. ... — Assistant Business Managers- Faculty Adviser.... 1 ... "Woodroe Jackson -Waldo Beininger ! :._Will Port Hall ; ..Alixe McAlpine * ,Ina Mae Tata -.Carl C. Hardin, Jr. L. W, Wilcox Ernest Arfken -Arthur Deffebach Dorothy Stockton and Lueeil Mosa ... : - - Roberta Clay Beporterjf, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, Rosamond Ijang- don, Christy Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Annie C. Bristol, Her- man bearing, Ralph Logan, 'Lucy, Tucker} Betty McCombs, Rut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1932

THE j-IAO page three In Ye Olde Days LADIES AND WHAT CAME WITH YOU, STEP RIGHT UP TO THE FRONT ROW ■Did you know that when Dean Davis first came here; Tarleton Avenue was a muddy lane, built on the slope between the old auditorium and the, dean's home? The only buildings were the old auditorium, the front part of the dormitory, part of the registrar's present home, and the Fort. The Fort was then located where the dining hall now is, but was jpoved to its present location. There was a group of trees with grapevines growing on them where the dean's home now is, :< The dean,lived where the regis- trar does how. When the administration build- ing was completed the library was located where the business offfice : now is. Uncle Moody, had a combination . book store and candy shop where the registrar's private office now is. • The business manager and his wife lived in the dormitory, and it was so cold that she had- to take her baby into the kitchen to dress it. The kitchen was a littl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1932

paob rotra THE J-TAO f f f f f ♦♦♦♦ ♦■ « * | i| + A CO-ED'S ^ t LETTERS 1 ^ hack- irnuR Dear Jack: Today has been a glorious day and almost everything that has happened has fitted into the glory of it. First/ Miss Lillard presented a beautiful loving cup in chapel this morning for winning the State championship in the one-act play contest. Then Mr. H. N. Smith presented another loving cup for ■ winning first place with his live- stock judging team at the Fat Stock Show. Besides winning honors as a team the boys took' first, second, 1 and third place in individual points. Isn't that nice? Tarleton has a ". very beautiful collection of troph- ■ ies already. Tuesday Miss Clay took her journalism class to Dallas to go through the newspaper and maga- : zine organizations there, namely, "The Dallas Morning News," the "Holland,"^ and "The Farm and : Ranch." Tomorrow night they will ■see "Student Princg" at the Pair Park Auditorium; That's an inter- esting schedule, is it not? "Well, ; yQU ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1932

Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1932 NUMBER 25 S" PLOWBOY! ...The Easter season is upon us, aiid it isn't long till we will be la- Boriilg over make-up work and fannin' the breezes with the pages before the last six weeks exams. The dual track -meet, on April the .first," the J-Tac carnival,, and the oratorical contests at Weather- foid seem to ; have fallen on, the same day this year- and we hope that we can come out on top iii all of them. About this time 'last year the Company competition was jusrt fin- ished with A Company vanning Jvv the narrow margin of 3.965 points, the-track team had been bringing home the bacon time after time, the tennis team was smashing all time records on returns and serves, and the 'governor had just visited the school, and* times were not as good as they are now. Oh ytfah,? If you read editorials don't fail to read this-issue, if. you do not, try. it. If you read this column I'm not the only one that is crazy, if you do: not;.why did...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAO FICKLE? Weekly by1 tile Students 6^ John --TarTetoh College Ent4rpd;'a3p^eeflii4'ic'ffi.?®iiy j matter at" tM ostqffice 'in -Stegiiwxille, •" ^Texas',' under'aet Congreas'o:f'Marcb'3,- 187S.- . k' j.« Subscription Rates: Per year. „$2.00 Address "all eouiuiu nicatious toThc J-Tac, Tarlutoii Statioiij Texas. -STAFF.:;,;? Associate J editor.^. News editor.-J—'.-. feature "editor:. Woodroo Jackson Waldo Eeiuinger Will Port Hall ' Society' • editor Sports . Editorials editor ;-. staff li.:' AKm"; M«Alpia«' ' • '• Ina Mae jata -Carl C. Hardin, JrJ W. Wilcox ' kirnest Arfk,en Bu sinew maiia^e.r^:.r.:J.:_;r.ll.-.:..'. Assistant' Business Managers.. Faculty 'Adviser.. UJ ...... .....Arthur Doff ebach .Dorpthy Stockton and Luceil Mobs ... , ..Roberta Clay! Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, Koaamojid . Laug- don,. Christy Mitchell^ Keith Kelly, Osborne -Apple, Annie. C. Bristol, H«-' mau Bearing, Ralph Logan, Lucy Tucker,: Betty. MeCop)l?s, Ruth-'Aske...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1932

THE J-TAO PAGE TUBES t HERE and THERE J Say, these week-end. trips are certainly getting, regular. Prac- tically everybody was gone this time.: They must have enjoyed themselves, too., E. K. Hunter and Hilary Moore don't have such great luck when they try to rate with some girls. Bull Bob Gidden entertained a group of admirers Sunday morn- ing with his native wit and charm- .You know, it's getting pretty bad when, a co-ed can't do some things without getting threatening anonymcyis letters about it in chapel.1 . Poor Elisabeth and Ina Mae and Luceil.. Too had they're go dumb they can't make the honor roll like ■ths re3t of their. sisters., The Reverend George Bittle, lids lowered, utters these slaying words, "Gwan, woman, I've no time for you." \ ■ ■ "You know'I was never so-tempt- ed to kiss a girl before in all my life." The rest of the. conversation is not printed because somebody is kind-hearted. . Margaret Burns is delighted with her new roommate, a young mouse ,vho has come to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1932

FASE foint Tiff * 3-1 AO Spots in Their Lives, Including Some Head-Standing that Neafed Hi&h-Divirig Mr. John W■ Smith,, better known sis "Captain John," "was born in the mountains of Tennes- see. As a young man he was fgnd of race horses and owned several. (Eg learned the use of. fire arms ■ early in life and is an excellent shot with„ a pistol and rifle. His' ■ favorite spoilt 13 football and he was quite a hero of the sport in his ycuth. Mr. Sirjith loves people, all kinds of people, and he is for the man who needs' helj>. His mo^td Is, "I love strong riieii, good women, and little children. No others jieed ap- ply." Capt. John, unlike many oth- er irien, does not work by; the clock/ and thinks little 1 of pay 1 day. He likes folk songs acd dances and can sing the love sorigs of thirty years ago "for hours at the timet- "■ He is able to imitate almost any public speaker he has ever heard, ■ or mock any bird of the forest or field remarkably well. ,Mr. Sriiith has 'a. fondn...

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

Vol. XII STEPIIBJNVILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1932 NUMBER 27 PLOWGOIL Well, we ara trying to get back to normalcy after last Friday's flurry on April Fool's day. That is all past so we will get serious again. March 31 of this year marked the adnniversary of the death of one of America's most noted fig- ares in football, Knute Rockne. Hunk Anderson, successor to Rock- ne at Notre Dame, and a few of the deceased's relatives visited his grave. It doesn't seem that it has been over a month or two since -we heard that he was killed in an acci- dent. That's a pretty solemn sub- ject, but it's one we all run up against. We just happened to be on the •wrong: end of the score during the Howard Payne tilt for track hon- ors, but "we have plenty chances yet with the dual meets coming nearly every week-end. On the eighth of this month we will have a dual meet with Weatherford here. Let's all turn out and see the boys take the meet by a big majority In the points. The state meet is not quit...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAO Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class inall matter at Texas, under act of Congresi the Postoffice in Stephenville i of March 3, 1879 Subscription Rates: Per Year- Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, $3.00 Texas STAFF Wood roe Jackson Waldo Beininger l.Will Port Hall Alixe McAlpine Ina Mae Tate Editor— — Associate editor News editor . Feature editor Society editor Sports editor..— Editorials editor Staff Poet Business manager. Assistant Business Managers Dorothy Stockton and Luceil Mosa Faculty Adviser Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, ilosamond Lang- don, Christie Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Ralph Logan, Lucy Tucker, liuth Askew, bynn Hassler, Charlie Elam, Gar] C. Hardin, Jr, L. W. Wilcox Ernest Arfkea Arthur Deffebaeh LONG CHAPELS There's something nice about everything, even a long chapel lecture can be appreciated, Did you ever atop to think how tha...

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

THE MAC PAGE 3CHKSB Ping Pong Powwow The Imperial pair of ping pong pushers, General Nuisance Mit- chell and Left Hand Assistant Wilkins were dethroned as usual by the very mediocre team of A gee and Oliver in the all-important Carnival Tournament Champion- ship April 1. Although their dazzling drives, sizzling serves and unique forma were working to perfection, Gen. N. Mitchell and L. H, A. Wilkins, the Royal Duo, were snowed under with little effort on the part of their opposition. The second game where the mighty pair amassed a total of two points was especially illuminating to the huge crowd of spectators. Some think their defeat was due to some hidden singular (or plu- ral) majestic pains similar to pains which their player-reporter reported last week of his most humble opponents. The score for the tournament was 19-21; 21-2; and 21-16. The present standing of the two teams is two matches each. A PERSONAL Little "Bull Bob" Gidden applied to Mr. Wilkins for the position of high ...

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

SAm roua THE J-TAO STUDENTS PORTRAY F\yACULTY MEMBERS (Continued from page 1) Garnett Froh, Pete Lambert; and Captain Smith, Louie Messer. The price of admission was ten cents and the senior class took in about forty-eight dollars. RUSSIAN CHORUS TO SING (Continued from page 1) and seventy-five concerts. Mme. Margarita was trained from child- hood by her father to perpetuate his work. She has presented his work to all countries and has been acclaimed by all musical centers. The company came to America last year via the Orient where they bad a very successful season. Since coming to America, they have giv- yji than two hundred con- certs. The chorus has been highly com- plimented by all who have heard them. One Pacific Coast critic gave them this slog-an, "In all the world no singers like these." They have been received by more royalty than any other musical organization in the world. Over a hundred gold medals and diplomas have been bestowed on them. The President of the United Stat...

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

J Vol. XII STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1932 NUMBER 28 Byron Miller First In Best-Drilled Soldier Contest PLOWBOY Last week in the dual tract meet with the Weatherford Coyotes, boy howdy! the Plowboy squad kinda ran away with the laurels. Wolfe only missed high noint man by one point, and Johnston was third. Our score was 79 to their 35. Some track team, we call it. The tennis teams met with a little hard luck with the Weathcr- £"rd squad, but we can't win oil' the time. The courts have been windswept and rough, and with better practicing weather we will have a class A team. Friday of this week is an open date in the track calendar but next Wednesday the 20th of April, we will tie up with the Daniel Baker Hillbillies. The Hillbillies were defeated in a three-cornered track affair with A. C. C, and T- C> U" We are hoping that the Hillbillies have it ii! their mind to have another prac- tice game, for they were certainly taken down a couple of flights. The sports write...

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

PAGE TWO T H E; J-T A 0 Published Weekly by the Students of JohnTarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Poatoffice in Stephenvffie Texas, under net of Congress of March 3, 1879 Subscription Kates: Per Year -.$2.00 Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor , Woodroe Jackson Associate editor - — — -Waldo Reininger News editor.. —. —— Will Port Hall Feature editor - ----- Alixe McAlpine Society editor ,„..Ina Mao Tate Sports editor Carl C. Hani in, Jr. Editorials editor ~ L. "W. Wilcox Staff Poet. .Ernest Arfken Business manager. Arthur Deffebach Assistant Business Managers- Dorothy Stockton and Luceil Mosa Faculty Adviser -Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, Rosamond Lang- don, Christie Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Ralph Logan, Lucy Tucker, Ruth Askew, Lynn Hassler, Charlie Elarn, Annie C. Bristol, SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE TO START MONDAY, APRIL 1£ Coaches Wisdom and Sanders announced th...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THMSSS + t WITH THE EXCHANGES A skating rink was opened in the gymnasium Tuesday. The purpose of this rink is to serve as a pas- time for the students and teachers during the spring.—McMurry War Whoop. At N.T.S.T.C. only 105 students have applied for degrees this year as against 131 last year.-—Campus Chat. The Battalion urges everyone to cast his vote in the poll on dis- armament, prohibition, and birth control.™-The Battalion. Bright Shim/ Desks Are Parking Place For Initials, Lover's Names and Grades t CLASSIFIED ! The students of T.C.U. have se- lected the ugliest man in school. He was given tickets to a local theater for his reward. The sec- ond-place man won two tickets, so he can take his girl—if he can get a girl.—The Skiff. There's the absent-minded pro- fessor who had his students write the exam questions while he an- swered them. — Cougar, Houston J. C. San Antonio Junior College is to have modern buildings. It is to occupy a part of the Brackenridge High S...

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

pass roun THE J-TAC ? A CO-ED S LETTERS BACK HOME Dear Jack: • The wind, together with reading 'fDavid Copperfield," has about got me at my wits' end. Thank heavens that we live no farther West! I can't imagine a life worth living where the wind blows constantly, and one is compelled to sweep a house a thousand times a day, or else at nightfall to shovel out the sand in great heaps. My room re- sembles the Sahara, but I haven't the heart to sweep it. My bed is covered with fine dust, and it gives the sheets the appearance of being made from brown domestic. I sup- pose if the sand wasn't sifted through the window screens before falling on the bed, there would be rocks and straw and everything else to sleep on instead of merely sand. I mentioned "David Copperfield." I finally finished it, but I would have done so much sooner had it not been for the frequent visits cf the Micawber family. If I ever be- come a writer, I give you my prom- ise never to put a family like that into one of m...

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

Vol. XII STEPHEN V1LLE, TJiXAH, SATUIiDAY, APRIL 30, 1932 NUMBER 39 PLOWBOY The state track meet is not far away, May 2, and the Plowboy squad will hot have a walk-away by any means. The preliminary grides took some of our beat men. The new ruling: on stalling in basketball is hailed an the big- gest flop since the depression, which is not over yet. The originat- or of modern basketball says that this new ruling1 is the death of the game that once thrilled the crowds, and still will if left in its natural state. The stalling rule makes it impossible for the players or teams having the ball to pass back over the center of the court. The ball must be kept in alien territory un- til one team shoots and makes a goal or loses the ball. This de- stroys the smaller team's chances against the larger players in that they cannot have a delayed offense. The golf team goes to the state meet on Tuesday, May 3, and w< hope that we can cop the titles. We have a Class A, No. 1 chance. Tennis wil...

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

PAOE TWO Published Weekly by the Studeuts of John Tarleton College Entered as seeond-elass mail matter at tlio Postoffice ia Stepfienyille Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879 Subscription Bates: Por Year_ —$3.00 Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor Associate editor News editor... , STAFF Pest turn editor Society editor Sports editor... Editorials editor Staff Poet _. Business manager Woodroe Jackson Waldo Reiimigcr WW Port Hall Alixo McAlpine Ina Mae Tate „Carl C. Hardin, Jr. L. W. Wilcox ...Ernest Atfken Assistant Business Managers.. — ...........Arthur Def febae.h Dorothy Stockton and Lueeil Moss Faculty Adviser. —Koberta Clay Eeporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, Rosamond Lang- don, Christie Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Ralph Logan, Lucy Tucker, liuth Askew, Lynn Hassler, Charlie Elam, Annie C. Bristol* FIVE WEEKS—AND WHAT ABOUT IT? Only five weeks until school will be out! Seniors have only four short weeks...

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

THE MAC PAGE THBEE Second Period Is Good One for Seeing What Goes on During Library Rush One of the most interesting hours to spend in the library, if the sole purpose is to while away the time, is the hour from 9 to 10 each morning. It is a busy hour. Students who were just too sleepy to get up some written work the ■preceding1 night, rush to the li- brary to write it up, providing they do not have a class at this hour. Nearly all the chairs are oc- cupied- Many students are making a noble effort at deep concentra- tion on some oft-neglected book; others are making the pen and ink fly> figuratively speaking; a few are seated in the rear of the study hall reading magazines or news- papers—a fairly accurate indica- tion of lessons already prepared; while still others are idly staring into space, a symptom of spring fever, or (maybe) just "killing time." Miss Martin and Major Wood- ard are busy checking reserve books back into the library, and issuing them for use in the study hall...

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

PA033 1'OUR SHE J-TAO "■""■■mTIIIT INVITATIONS SWAMP COLLEGE GLEE CLUBS Last Tuesday evening- the Fine Arts Club listened to an unusually interesting program. It was as , follows: piano, "The Big Bass Singer" (Rolfe) played by Dor- pthy Tunnell; piano, three num- bers selected, played by Marie Wells; . voice, "Be the Best of Whatever You Are" (Wells), sung by George Woods; piano, "Moment Musical, Op. 94, No. 3," and "Impromptu, Op, 142, No- 2" (Schubert,) played by Thelma McAninch; piano, "Valse in G- Flat" (Chopin,) played by Gwen Williams; piano, "Polacca Bril- lian'te" (Bohm) and "Herald of Spring" (Friml,) played by Nat- halie Woodruff; and two numbers, "Indian Dawn" (Zamecnic) and "The Holy Hour" (Nevin) sung by the mixed chorus. The Boys Quartet sang: in cha- pel last Thursday morning. They have invitations to sing at Edna Hill, Lingleville, and Hico in the near future- The Glee Clubs are having some difficulty in arranging schedules to fill invitations to sing at Ham- ilton, ...

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