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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 May 1932

Vol. xn STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1932 NTJMBJBE 30 LOIS BOONE CROWNED OF PLOWBOY Hooray! A couple times! State champs in tennis and golf; and second in track. Records broken in half mile and pole vault. De- tails next issue. The May Fete' is over and the queen has been crowned. What a glorious spectacle it was too- We all have seen May Fetes and May programs of all kinds but we all join in one accord to congratulate Miss i'ellman, for she, through her untiring and unceasing efforts, is responsible for the most gorgeous programs ever presented for the celebration of the coming: of the May, Upon the choice made in select- ing the May Queen, it is seen by all that a better student, and one who takes part in all of the col- lege activities, could not have been selected. The selecting of Lois Boone as May Queen surely shows good judgment in our opinion, for she is truly representative of the Tar- leton spirit and type and of a model Tarleton personage. Boy, howdy! What a wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 May 1932

PAGE TWO THE HAO Published Weekly by the Students of John TarlBton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephen ville Texas, 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 Editor „ Woodroe Jackson Associate editor — Waldo Keininger News editor —.—. ..—Will Port Hall Feature editor —...—-—^Alixe McAlpine Society editor Ina Mae Tate Sports editor Carl C. Hardin, Jr. Editorials editor.. L. W. Wilcox Staff Poet - Ernest Arfken Busineaa manager. Arthur Deffebach Assistant Busineaa Managers Dorothy Stockton and Luceil Moss Faculty Adviser Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyser, Coreta Smith, IKosamond Lang- don, Christie Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Ralph Logan, Lucy Tucker, Ituth Askew, Lynn Hassler, Charlie Elam, Annie C. Bristol, MOTHER'S DAY WHY NOT CLEAN UP ANTS? Why not have a clean-up of the ant beds on the campus? These large red-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 May 1932

5HE J-TAO PAaa raama THURGER AUDIENCE HEARS GLEE CLUB The Buys' Glee Club rendered a program in Thurber last Wednes- day night, which the citizens of TiiUrber enjoyed immensely. Besides the regular Glee Club songs, Jack Buchanan sang a solo, Mr, Go ugh sang: two numbers, Daura Palm0 sang several popu- lar numbers, Christie Mitchell jumped the rope, and Dwight Bos- "well sang and played the guitar- Several beautiful bouquets of flow- ers decorated the piano and stage, and a large bouquet of pink roses was presented to the accompanist, Gwendolyn Williams, at the close of the program. Before the program began, the Glee Club and their assistants "wer© taken to the club house at Thurber and were served with sandwiches, olives, potato chips, and punch. The Girls' Glee Club went to Glen Rose Friday night and pre- sented one of the best programs given by the Club this year. Miss Adams, expression teacher from the public school of Stephenville, read two numbers, Ethel Hamilton sang two numbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 May 1932

3?A(£s rotrjB THE MAO TARLETDN FINISHES II SECOND PLACE The Amarillo Junior College Badgers retained their track and iield title of tile Texas Junior Col- lege Athletic Association Monday by compiling 64 points in the an- nual meet at the T. C. U- oval- The Panhandle team led its nearest op- ponont'by more than 30 points and ran away with most of the first places.. John Tarleton of Stephenville was second with 29 poinfaTand Tex- arkana Junior College was third with 24%. Schreiner Institute of Kerrville placed fourth with 29 points; North Texas Agricultural College of Arlington was fifth with 18% and Paris Junior College six- th with nine. Approximately 75 athletes com- peted and almost every event was closely contested. Weldon Stith of Amarillo prov- ed the best sprinter entered and ■won both the 100 and 220-yard dashes handily. Alexander of John Tarleton won the pole vault with a leap of 12 feet, 8 Mi inches. Sev- eral other notable performances were turned in. The golf and tennis ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 May 1932

J-T AC Vol. XII STEPH£N:VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1932 NUMBER 31 Commencement Programs Are Announced by Dean Davis PLOWBOY Talk about bringing home, the bacon. Boy, the golf, tennis, and crack teams. surely, d.idi their- stuff. With, firat places: in individual play in golf as well as the team, cham- pionship; first; place in the. tennis, doubles; and second in the track meet. The J-Tac was ready for the press last week when the tennis. ' and,; golf' results were. learned. So they, were held; over till this -week's, issue. With apologies to everybody. The May Queen has a nickname, "Queenie Wennie." Not bad, though it does sound a little-—well, a little something'. The inspection is, over and drill this week with a few hard days, then the boys can. sleep on those drill mornings and can \yorry about when the government wiil pay the uniform compensation. Believe ime, it'll surely come in handy.' It's not long till It'll aU be over and then we will join the army of the unemployed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 May 1932

PAOB TWO 1HI J-TAO Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Poatoffiee in StephenviJle Tezas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Subscription Ratea; Per Year- _$a.oo Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texan STAFF Editor J — Woodroe Jaeksoa Aesoeiate editor ....... Waldo Beininger Ne"ws editor Will Port Hall Feature editor. .. Alice MeAlpine Society edit of- : Ina Mae Tate 8ports editor,! Carl 'C. Hardin, Jr. Editorials editor L. W. WiliOi Staff Poet. Ernest Arfken Business manager 1. Arthur Deffebaeh Assistant Business Managers : Dorothy Stockton and Luceil MoBa Faculty Adviser : Roberta Clay Reporters, Elizabeth Long, Beverly Keyaer, Coreta Smith, Eosamond Ijang- don, Christie Mitchell, Keith Kelly, Osborne Apple, Ralph Logan, Lucy Tucker, Ruth Askew, Lynn Hassler, Charlie Elam, Anni© C. Bristol. LETS BE MORE CAREFUL Dean Davis again warned the students in chapel Monday not to throw paper and ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 May 1932

lBK J-YAO vAefs -mam FOUR YEARS IN BANKS By George T. Grissusa CHAPTER TWO After spending an entire sum- mer in college, Third-year Private George Truett Grissom of the lair city of Lingleville paid the re- quired fees to enter John Tarieton Agricultural College in the fail o£ 1930. His high aims were to gain a high standing m the college and be popular. Private Grissom was intending to put forth the best ef- fort and to make the best record in .the course of bis Industrial Arts education. He immediately took up the hardest subjects and studied with his utmost ability and made his fellow classmates fee- very dull whea he recited. ■'J 11 ring the I term of 1929-30, s-rivate G. T. drilled the entire year in thv cadet corps without receiv- ing any compensation from the government. He always said that he (lid aot drift for the money but fur the sake of being a perfect sol- dier This noble cadet joined his eirt iwnpany again in the fall of 1930 To his joy, the captain of Company A placed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 May 1932

mwjrov* fflquT-MimgniMi TWM. MANY VISITORS HPI£E DURING MUSIC WEEK (Continued from page 1) had been here. Besides this un- usual number, Mr. HunewpH con- ducted an overture, a march, and a waltz, the last two being played by the-second violin section. The kettle drums have been bought and will be added to the orchestra next year. Garnett Froh, present piano accompanist, will, play them, while Gwen Williams, piano student, -will play, the piano accompaniment. The- addition, of the kettle drums .will make the or- chestra much betteA The Hoys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and the Boys' Quartet, directed by Mr. Earl Gough,. presented an hour's program in, the auditorium on Friday, night* ^hjch.closed, the series of programs for- music week. Betty-Dujilafk sg^."Rose?-.of;Pic- ardy/.' Jfesfc- Bupha, an; sane "On the Road to Mandalay" and;' "Asleep in thft.;T)eep," Ethel Ham- ilton sang "because," and. Baura Pajmo sang two .popular, ^umbers, "She Dances on the Ceiling" and "Lies." A mixed chorus ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 May 1932

J-T AC Vol. XII STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, M AY 31, 1932 NUMBER 33 Student Council Elects Creswell, Lowry and Williams HARDIN WILL EDIT GRASSBUHR. HALL WILL EDIT J-TAC PLOWBOY Well folks, it'll soon be over. At least for some of us it is and for some it is just a beginning-. Just take a look at what you've seen and heard this school year. Boy, it don't seem like it's been even the short time that it has. First, we had eighty-five men out for football camp, and then came the first game with A. and M. var- sity. The Plowboys were defeated in their first non-conference go, but under the hands of Coaches Wisdom and Sanders the team was gradually taking the shape and form of an athletic unit that was to do credit to its college. Next was A. C. C., who handed us a neat and nifty upset. Hills- boro came next under our sched- ulei and1 they were put back in In- dian territory. Westminster was the next victim under the crushing Plowboy machine, and then came Marshall as our next opponen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 May 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAO Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-elasa mail matter at the Postoffico in Stephenyille Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879 $2.00 Subscription Bates: Per Year 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 Rcininger Will Port Hall ..Alixe McAlpine Mao Tata Carl C. Hardin, Jr. L. W. Wilcox Krnest Arfken Arthur Deffebacli Assistant Business Manager's Dorothy Stockton and Luceil Mass 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 Haaslsr, Charlie Elam, Annie C. Bristol. TALK TARLETON Tarletonites, talk Tarleton. Why, could not every student in Tarleton this year say to himself that he intends t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 May 1932

SHB f-SAQ PAGH mss Careers for Coeds Are Outlined by Stephenville Business Women The following1 is a serioes of in- terviews with some women of Ste- phenville who have been success- ful in their chosen line of work- A ladies" ready-to-wear shop is rot open to success for every wo- man, according to Mrs. Roy Guren, co-manager with Mrs. J. M. Watts of the Stephenville Ladies' Store. "This 13 certain—a nervous wo- man who is not strong should nev- er try to do this kind of work. It requires plenty of perseverance. "To be a successful manager of a ladies' ready-to-wear shop, she has to have an even smooth tem- per, although a firm manner is more often required. As you know some customers have to be told just what they want. "Excuse me for a moment please, I'm needed at the front." (Quite a long interval). "Now, my dear, what else would you like to know?" "Mrs. Geren, what type of prep- aration is needed to start a shop like this?" "Well, I don't lcnosv of any set rules about preparation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 May 1932

FAOB JOTO 2HE J-TAO WITH THE | EXCHANGES^ The latest edition of the Weath- erford College Coyote is the Golden Anniversary Edition, The seniors of McMurry College are planning- a three-day fishing trip as part of their class activities. —The War Whoop. , The so-called "unaffiliated tick- et" was victorious in. the general student election at A. and M, Tom- mie Goodrich, Marlin, was elected Chief Yell leader.—The Battalion. The Scholarship Club and honor roll students at Schreiner Institute were given a banquet recently. — The Mountaineer. Dr. Truett of Dallas will deliver the Commencement address at the Oklahoma College for Women.— The Trend. The name, of Houston continues in the public eyes. The recently or- ganized Negro Chamber of Com- merce of Huntsville has Sam Hous- ton for its president.—Ho us Ionian, Huntsville. These "Co-ed" dances are organ- ized by the women of the college to pay a return compliment for the general treatment of the wall flow- ers at the regular college da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 May 1932

SHE J T AO PAGE FIVE Lonely? All the loneliness in the world would be eliminated if everyone were to fall in lave, Plato, the great philosopher, once said, "He whom love touches not walks in darkness." How often on still nights, when the moon radiates beams of ro- mance, does one sit alone in the open and pine for companionship and love. Someone says, "Now is the time to fall in love." The skies are blue; birds in pairs are strain- ing lungs in melodious composit- ions, and the flowers, trees, and grass are painting the weary earth in a riot of beautiful colors. How- ever, one must remove timidity, and bashfulness from his nature, for woman craves aggressiveness. Kemember, physical characteris- tics are no excuse, for it makes little difference to a woman wheth- er one is ugly or good-looking, big or small, good or bad, dumb or smart, foolish or wise. The whims and desires of a woman have pe- rennially been classed among the tin solvable mysteries of life. The most beautiful girl in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 May 1932

PAGE SIX THE J-TAC SOCIETY Three-Course Dinner Is Served at Annual Aggette Banquet On Friday evening, May 13, at 7:45 the Aggettes had their annual banquet at the College Gymnasium. The evening entertainment be- gan with a dance to the music of Pete Kelly's Orchestra. Between each course of the three course din- ner the girls danced while six oth- :er Ag'gettea arranged the table which was in the shape of a "T" for the* next course. The lovely menu consisted of to- mato cocktail, fried chicken, con- gealed salad, cheese snaps, toma- toes, pickles, hot rolls, ice cream, angel food cake, olives, mints, and Agg-ette punch, Emma V. Coateon. president of the Aggettes, gave a toast to the Aggettes; a report was given by Alixe Me Alpine; and Ruth Kisin- ger gave a toast to the sponsor, Miss Fellman. After the presentation of the Tarleton "TV by Miss Fellman, Miss Westbrook ended the program with a short talk on "Aggettes As- sociation When Two Years 01d."_ The one hundred and two who were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 June 1932

TH T A Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JUNE 18, 19S2 Number 33 N PLOWisO Y Summer school sports are be- coming more of a recognized, thing. Swimming, golf, riding, tennis, and baseball are coming- into the lime- light. Tenuis seems to have the majority of followers. In case you don't know, there are two fairly good tennig courts back of the Gym. Use them; there is a good tan and plenty of exercise in the game. Try it some afternoon. Here is the "dope" on next year's teams. In football we are expecting great things from our Plowboys. There is a bunch of veterans com- ing back; among1 these are: Cowan and Blackburn, ends; Bull Katrola (captain) and Cox, tapkles; Bar- ham and Griazelle, guards; Thax- ton and Wetzel, centers; Stapp, Couser, Wolfe, Sims, Kile, and "Lit- tle Bull" Katrola in the backfield. Besides this formidable array of talent there are numerous ethers from last year's reserves that "will probably ma&s a strong- bid for berths oil the starting- lineups. In basketball ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 June 1932

PAGE TWO THE J TAG Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotn College Entered as seeend-elass mail matter at the Postoffiee iu, Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates; Per year $2.00 ADVERTISING ICATKfi: Loeal, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarlotou Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-chief...,., Maiy Waurine Hunter Associate editor Elizabeth Long Assistant editor-.- — Leon Stinson ^Feature editors EJdwina Williams and Marion Short Society editors Beverly Keyser and Virginia Barekmait Exchange editor — Fannie Bells Senterfitt Sports editor - Peta Lambert Personals editors — Annie C. Bristol, William Warren, Bryan Arnold, Coleman Newman Campus editors — — — ..Osborne Apple, Garland Northcutt, Ruby Jo Wif.e, Geneva Curry Business managers Dorothy Stockton, Walter (rlenney, Robert Watkins, Bill Sausing RESPECT TO FLAG It is unthinkable that one who claims the right to American citizenship ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 June 1932

THE J -T A C PAGE THREE Ross Volunteers Quoting Glenney: "I often think of the happy days I spenti at drill, of the commands I used to give, and of the .good times I had ill the Fort. But in my dreams, I see the sky line of Strawn, Texas. We have a friend who has red hair, 'blue eyes, and a pug- nose, and knows everything about every- thing,—well anyway, Fish Lambert sneaked off to Deniaoti to see his pal Shafer, and while he was gone Watkins gave his girl Ruby a break. Watkins ones had a sign paint- ed in his room which read: "Please do not ask to borrow or drive 'Hel- en' (his car). We wonder why he has quit driving her himself. Some- one must have misread the sigiL Fish Henry got to thinking in his sleep one night and knocked Fish Lambert, his roommate, out of bed. I think that he has decided to cogitate for awhile. Ask Lam- bert about that. We wonder if Stinson knows Fish Pate or any of the other Dump girls? Anyway, he has been too busy to come to see us since he moved away. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 June 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Some More Exes Earl Rudder, captain, football '29-'30, received his degree from Texas A. and M. this spring. Con- gratulations, Rudder. Stanley Decker, '31, received his degree from Oklahoma A. and M. May 25. Again we say—Congratu- lations. "Vonsteiu" Livingston and Dee Williams are doing work in Texas A, and M. this summer. Cicero Ed- wards, '30, is working near May, Texas, as agriculture, teacher. JLeta Lee Nurn\ '25, is teaching near Cleburne. She is, too, a new bride. Must we say again, Con- gratulations? She is Mrs. James Wiseman. Hazel Jo Walls, '28, is in school at San Antonio. Zeddie Edgar, ' 27, has been around the campus. He received his degree from Texas U, this spring. More flowers. John Cage is in the General Elec- tric Company's laboratories at Schenectady, New York. Frank Prey, '30, received the de- gree of B. S. this spring from Tex- as A. and M.—the floral greetings. Paul Suffel, '30, is now a grad- uate of A. and M. Congrats, Paul. Russell Couch...

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

THE T AC Vol. XII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, AUGUST IS, 1932 Number 34 HISTORY OF TIP'S IS TOLD Blf ONE OF ORieiNAL MEMBERS Club Was Organized in 1924 To Foster College Spirit and "Pepper" In school this six weeks we have one of the founders of Tarleton's ' most influential club—the T. T. P's, Kpurgeon .Jones was one of the first ten, His story follows: There are, perhaps, those in Tarleton who have wondered what the three letters T. T. P. that they have seen about the campus so of- ten stand for. Well, this is what they stand for, "Ten Tarleton Peppers." The Ten Tarleton Peppers wag organized in 1924 following a foot- hall game in which Tarleton lost. It seemed that there was need for sonj® kind of an organization that could instill more school spirit and pep into the student body to make them furnish, a little more support to them; to that end the Ten Tar- leton Peppers was organized. The first meeting was in the wee hours of the morning just before dawn of the morning following the day...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotu College Entered as second-elass mail matter at tlio Postolfice in Stepheaville, Texas, under &?■!> of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879, Subscription Bates; Per year- $2.00 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25e column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Addiesa all eQmnmiiic&tiG&s to the J-Tae, T&rletoil Station, Texas SIAF? Leon Stinson Mary Waiirme Hunter Edwina Williams ' Gaston Goocli. _ Editor Associate Editor ^Feature Editor Sports Editor Herschel CoLltugs, Xila Mae Tate, Elizabeth Long, Pate Lambert— — v Business Managers a Tin ia c. Bristol, Ruby Jo Wise, Spnrgeon Jones, Bill Warren, La Nelle Fitzgerald, Mrs. E. D. McDnr.inl, Nadean Calk — ..—.Reporters PURPLE BOOK REVISED There comes from the office o£ the registrar the state- ment that the "Purple Book" is to be revised. The most interesting part of the statement, however, is that there are, to be fewer and better rules. Only one construction can be place...

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