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

THE J - 'ri.n T A C PAGE THREE PEDAGOGUES FORM THIRD PEDAGOGUES FORM PARTY; PROMULGATE (EXCLUSIVE LOOSE WIRE REPORT) "fleinj.; of sound mind and flut- ter pocketbooks, we. the Teachers of the United States of America, do hereby ordain and establish the following planks in this our plat- form : "First—"VVe demand that here- after all teachers be paid only in scrip; provided, that such scrip be made a legal medium of exchange in the payment of all contracted debts. "Second—Be it resolved that all teachers wear green wrist-watches on their left wrists, and wear cot- ton hose, the first in remembrance of prosperity, and the second in spite of the cotton crop. "Third—We demand that all wo- men teachers have long hair, coif- fure to suit the individual, but with at least six curls, real or artificial, each ear being accentuated by at least one curL This article was adopted because of the most beau- tiful girl on the East Texas State Teachers College Campus. (You're curious now ain't you?)...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Why Not Move To Okarchee? A small town in Oklahoma, Ok- archee, boasts one of the most unique records. Are they not to be envied when one considers that they have had— No murders. No business failures in twenty- five years. One divorce in twenty-five years. No bank robberies. No bank failures: No bonded indebtedness. No farms for sale. Indeed it requires a bit of dis- tended imagination to encompass the thing! Would one call it Uto- pia? After all, perhaps it's only a combination of common sense, jus- tice, and the better things of all life in simple application. "But isn't Okarchee the home of Pretty Boy Floyd?" one might ■ ask. Perhaps even he has a bit of the ordinary human element, or, more probably, he hasn't heard of thr place. In any event the town is to be congratulated, and quite heartily. DEAN DAVIS VISITS IN COLLEGE STA. AND NAVASOTA Dean Davis was in College Sta- tion to,confer with President Wal- ton on schpol matters, on Wednes- day, July 2Q. After ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1932

T HI Jl , !nl T A VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 NUMBER' 1 PLOWBOY The Flowboys opened football camp Friday, September S, with sixty-five men reporting to Coaches Wisdom and Sanders. The camp closed Wednesday, September 14. The workouts during" camp have been made up Of fundamentals, with very little actual scrimmage. There is an abundance of promis- ing new material for both the back- field and the line. "We have lost few men this year because all those at- tending camp had to register first. This regulation rat out the boys that just came to stay for camp. The team this year will be head- ed by Alvin Katrola, better know as Bull. He deserves a great deal of credit for his service to the Flowboys. Bull and Hamil, one of last year's co-captains, were men- tioned in the Spalding rule book as outstanding players for the Plow- boys. Bull is a two-year letter man. In 1930 he received a trophy for his interference. We are lucky to have him because he lettered on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1932

PAGE TWO THE J - TA C Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarlototn College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Steplienville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates: Per year.. _$2.00 ADVERTISING BATES; Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-'l'ac, Taileton Station, Texas STAFF Will Port Hall Edgar Maddox Hcrschel Collings, Beverly Keyser Editor ■ — Business Manager — Advertising Solicitors. .. Contributors to This Issue: Tna Mae Tate, Ruby Jo Wise, Elizabeth Long, Hugh Wolfe, Osborne Apple, Edwina'Williams, Lueyo Neil Yates, Beverly Keyser, Inez Earl, Gwendolyn Williams, La. Verne Loveless, Waldo Rein- inger. Car] Hardin, Ernest Arfken, Mack Creswell, Bailey Hyden. Student publications depend aJmost entirely oil thg patronage of the merchants and business men of this town for their support. Tarleton students owe it to themselves o patronize the houses which make these jaublications ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1932

THE J - T A C PAGE THREE aanwMBiiiwHr GRASSBURR-R-R-R The editor and the business man- ager and others interested in this sort of work have already been making plans and are well on the way toward the starting of the an- nual. The Grassburr is the college yearbook, the college annual, and the college making or breaking. The office of the Grassburr has sent word to those wanting: to work on that publication and to be of as- sistance to the college and to the students in that respect to let it be known so that they may be given something to do in that respect and perhaps be regarded as a can- didate for election to the office and position that he or she is best suit- ed to do the best work. The election of members to the Grassburr staff will be by ballot system. These ballots will have blanks for the names of the stu- dents that they wish to see work in that position. The approval by the Dean and the Registrar will eliminate such loss of time as might be incurred by the selection of o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 September 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J - T A C HERE'S THE LOW DOWN— (Continued from Page One) than one. When asked if he did anything else this s ummer, Ml English said he thought getting married was enough for him to do in one summer. At any rate, here's hoping that's more than he'll do next summer. Miss Rutherford spent part of the summer in Dallas and Irvin. While there, she said she jite, slept, and went joy riding, and read coil- temporary fiction. This indeed sounds like a restful vacation. Here's hoping that all students who have English under her this year have had a restful summer. If they haven't—they'll never stand up under a course under her. Miss Jones visited for some time in Paris (not France), Dallas, and Mrs. Mothershead Welcomes the Students to Jolm Tarleton College Come and Visit Motixerliead's Cottage and Get a Otood Meal STUDENTS We Welcome You to Our City Conco Service Station 403 West Washington St. Say It with Flowers COLE'S ELORAL College Barbel* Shop Haircut 15c — Sh^ve 15c Let T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 September 1932

/ T. teeaeasieBSMffl jpaiiiwrrnHTiBfifmrtl HE J-TAC VOL. XIII STEPHENVLLLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1932 NUMBER 2 PLOWBOY After several decisions the Plowboys decided on A. C. C. as the first combatant for the grid- iron season. This year will make the fourteenth time the Plowboys and the Wildcats have met on the field of battle. During the time the Plowboys and the Wildcats have played, the Plowboys have beaten nine games, tied one, ad lost three. The last two years' games have gone to the Abilene team. They are expecting a different re- sult this year. With this starting line-up the fans may expect great things when the whistle blows this afternoon. It is as follows: Logan, Ayers, ends; Katrola, Cox, tackles; Pen- nington, Barham, guards; Wetzel, center; Kile, quarter; Stapp, Wolfe, halves; Hebison, full. The Tarleton spirit rose In all its glory at the two pep meetings during the last few days. Spirit is what it takes to put "S" in suc- cess. One of the best ball clubs see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 September 1932

PAGE TWO THE J -T A C 'Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotn College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stephenville, Texan, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per year $2.00 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25o column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Statioa, Texas staff Bditar — Will Port Hall Business Manager Edgar Maddox Advertising Solicitors for This Issue Edgar Meaders, Herschel Collings Contributors to This Issue; Mack Creswell, Ina Mae Tate, Bdwina Will- iams, Roy Hornsby, Waldo Reininger, Beverly Keyser, Ruby Jo Wise, Elizabeth Long, Lucye Well Yates, Fish Dittrich, Osborne Apple, William San sing, Virginia. Ayers, Geneva Coley, Betty Ann Feineinan, Ernest Arf- ken, Fish Black, Fish Duplex, Carl Hardin, Alvin Blanton, Gene BeleW. borrowing We all have habits good and bad. The cultivation of bad habits comes easily and sometimes quite naturally, and ao we find our- selves t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 September 1932

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE yrniii + + + + DIVERTING DUMP DATA At last the Dump is becoming settled. Everybody has a roommate and seems to be rather contented. Doris is becoming quiet and re- served. She is even calling in her jewelry, formerly worn by some young Galahad. Judine says she's just satisfied. Nothing is worrying her. Gee, but w are glad to see her get it. Olga Jones is a real mocking bird with song. She is better than most boys in entertainment for she can furnish entertainment for all Dump girls at the same time. The entire female race in the Dormitory is either working or coming out for the "Grassburr." This rainy weather is awful on Bertha Ann. She just sits and looks out the window and watches the rain-drops fall. It is rumored that Fish Sewall is homesick and wants to go home. Now we can't have that. Maybe same senior has been hard on her. Let's hope not. Ray Virginia says she is still "waiting on her brunette. The cli- max hasn't come yet. Mary Bryan is being given a tes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 September 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC + SOCIETY i k 1 A t iT r r T T T t SOCIAL CLUBS ARE BEING REORGANIZED The social clubs oh the campus are reorganizing, Lea Lunettes and J. A. P.'s completed their rosters. All that remains is for the pledges to he initiated—which, is plenty. Ask any initiate to vouch for that, O.W.L.S. have had one meeting and plan to have another soon. All of their members have not been se- lected yet. The new members of Les Lunet- tes' Club are: Dorothy Lynn Tay- lor, Alice Hamilton, Mary Eliza- beth Chandler, Virginia Ayers, and Mozelle Cowan. The older members are Beverly Keyser, Ina Mae Tate, La Verne Loveless, Elizabeth Long, and Dorothy Stockton. The older members of the O.W, L,S. Club who are back are Nova- lyn Drake, Lucille Findley, Laura Jeanette Utterback, and Helen Greenwade. i CHURCHES ENTERTAIN WITH ANNUAL RECEPTION Church receptions for Tai'leton students were held Friday evening at the several churches of Stephen- ville. According to reports, prac- tically every ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 October 1932

T T A VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1932 number PLOWBOY •■re-.T The Lcani' looked like a bunch of champions. If the field had not "been muddy, we would have won by two touchdowns. Friday the Plowboys played the Weatherford Coyotes, unci of the strongest junior college elev.ens in the state. Saturday they play Warner Memorial University at home. Gang, let's get that old Tarleton spifit and keep it. Students, do you know how great a part the "twelfth man" plays on the football team? Freshman, you really looked good at the game Sat- urday. Everyone stood up and kept the old spirit going. Let's stay with the team, gang, and have that championship. Have you stopped to think what your annual means to you? You should support your annual this year because we are going to have a championship football team. You may not think you care anything about your yearbook, but after you leave Tarleton it will mean more than anything else that you can carry away. So, if you have no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 October 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by tlie Students of John Tarletotn College Jjtntered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stepheitville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Snbaeription Hates: Per year— -42.00 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30a column inch. Address all communion tione to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas PERMANENT STAFF W1U Port Hall Edgar Maddox Editor _ — — Business Manager „ - CONTBEBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE SEP OUTERS:—Mack Creswell, Inst Mae Tate, Roy Homsby, Betty Ann Feinetaan, Ruby Jo Wise, Edwina Williams, Gene Belcw, Alvin Blanton, Lncye Nell Yates, William Sansing, Waldo Reininger, Harmon T. Allen, Ruth Risinger, A. D. Jjivingston, Justine Limroth, Osborne Apple, Beverly Keyser, La Verne Loveless, John Logan, Ethel Dean McParland, Maria una Lanford, Geneva Coley.: ADVERTISING SOLICITORS:—Herschel Coiling®, Blake West, Blanche Burkett. Typist:—Fish Black. Bookkeeper:—Cary Burnley, Proofreader:—Josephine Coleman. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 October 1932

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE ■H H H H ♦ ♦++<► ♦ ♦♦♦•■ ♦ ♦♦ | BOARDING HOUSE J NOTES J ++4-H ♦+>♦++£♦ First Rifle Drill Causes Excitement; Mistakes Bring Disastrous Reports, and! The Seniors Sympathize Very Little The Winters girls' favorite pas- The fact that all the freshmen time every evening is watching the have big feet was illustrated at boys at the Andrew house play*the first drill with rifles; all com- golf. fmands proved useless for a time, Misses Minyon Whitworth, Lil- "because every time a command was lian. Robbins, and Novis Lindley fgiven the freshmen directed their just had to visit "Pa and Ma" at j limpid gaze to the huge proportion Desdemona last week end. f°f their feet. Judging from the Here's something! Did you ever ffrequency with which the rifle hear about a person looking for the basement in the. Administra- tion Building? Aiik Fish Newton. Waco is calling Elaine Deabler this week end. Mr. and Mrs. I!. L. Pate of Ris- ing Star visited their daughters, Joyce and Ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 October 1932

PAGE FOUK THE J-TAC DEPARTMENT EXHIBITS IN DOWNTOWN STORES (Continued from page 1) 1930; trophies for the 880-yard and medley relays; a baseball tro- phy; and four golf trophies were also on display. Pictures showing the Plowboys ill acti<jn were also present. The Poultry Department, which was exhibited in Barhsvm's Drug Store, showed the points of a good and poor laying' hen. One was im- properly bred and fed, and showed a net loss. The other was properly bred and fed and showed a very good net profit. The .Biology Department display- ed an interesting chart in Lath- am's window. The Library had a display of new hooks and also the mending of boots, at Radio Electric Shop. The Vocational Agriculture ex- hibit was at Compton's. At Novelty Studio, where the Animal Husbandry exhibit wag lo- cated, pictures of some of Tarle- ton's prize cows were shown. PLOWBOYS BATTLE A. C. C. TO 6 TO 6 TIE SATURDAY {Continued from page 1) ter. Anderson made 4 at left guard. J. McKenzie kicked over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 October 1932

"TP TUT Jl In, J-T AC VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTYOBER 8, 1932 NUMBER 4 PLOWBOY Fort Worth's most popular news- paper said that the Daniel Baker Hill Billies would meet a weak brand of opposition when they met the Tarleton Plowboys, It was ill the hands of the gods though. Last year both teams had blood in their eyes when the game start- ed. This year was about the same. Last night's game was the first night game of the. year for the Plowboys, Last week's games with Weath- erford and Warner were some at- traction. The Weatherford game was an upset to the usual game turned in by Coach Wisdom's pro- teges. The Plowboys outplayed the Wildcats, but they outfought us. When the Plowboy machine starts clicking regularly, the smoke will start flying then. The Warner game was expected. It was a good game for Jim Tarle- ton's team, all in all. A team that will stay in the game and fight has the respect of Honest John. Coach Frazier had about sixty track men to report to him f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 October 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotn College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per year . -.$2.00 ADV-KKI'ISIN"G KATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column incli. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas PERMANENT STAFF Editor * — - - - —.Will Port Hall Business Manager- . — Edgar Maddox CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE EfiPOItTEES: —Mack Creswell, Ina Mae Tate, Hoy Hornstiy, Betty Ann Feirieman, Ruby Jo Wise, Edwina Williams, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, Lucye Nell Yates, William Sanslng, Waldo Reininger, Harmon T. Allen, Rutli Eisiiiger, A. D. !Livingstun, Justine Limroth, Osborne Apple, Beverly Keyser, La Verne loveless, John Logan, Ethel Dean McFarland, Mariamia Lanford, Gsneva Coley, Anna Jewel Shuttesworth, Mildred Lawson, ADVERTISING SOLICITOUS:—Hsrschel Collings, Blake West, Blanche Burkett. Typist:—Fish Black. Bookk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 October 1932

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE +■ t + + + ♦ Ag Apartment NEWS t ♦ + + Well folks, this starts something, but no one knows what will follow this line or this issue. This apart- ment has remained rather quiet up to the present time because we had only five members instead of the usual number. I am not saying that we did not have as much beef as we had last year, for Perryman and Carrell are large enough to make up for sueh a fellow as Hyden. Hyden felt that we were not giving him the proper considera- tion. when we made him hold up his hand and swear his allegiance to our constitution which1 is posted just inside the front entrance. Carrell and Perryman, the two biggest mules in the barn, are oc- cupying a room together and they Co-ed Gives Her Opinion That the Fort Is The Most Popular Building On Campus + °f the two building on the cam- Qimr(J TrOOpS In pus (the Fort and the Armory) subjected to the curiosity of the female portion of the school, the Fort is doubtless the more interest- ing one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 October 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC J HERE & THERE J + Frances Coley looks so much like her big sis, Geneva, that Willard Curry called her carbon copy. Did 'Little Red' enjoy the Opera last Saturday night? Elaine Parker and Lionell Lee were seen together quite frequent- ly this week but that was before he had his hair dyed. Thus saith the Dean, "Will the following please report to the front for a telegram after we adjourn. It seems that their sweethearts forgot to say something." Bertha Ann and Elizabeth could hardly wait till chapel was over. Frances Harvey had company from Gorman over the week end. Lucye Nell was also in on the good times. Mary Beth Langford and D. H. Godwin seem to have that old Tar- leton custom. There'll be some noise in the Dump sure enough when Ray Vir- ginia gets her clarinet and Elaine Cross her saxaphone. Ruby Jo and Reininger both made a pretty good choice the oth- er night, don't you think No one seemed to fuss much when the lights went out the other night. Leslie a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 October 1932

T A VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1932 NUMBER 5 Plowboys Win First Conference Game by Score of 19 to 0 strong marshall team invaders of tarleton's field PLOWBOY Eaton, transfer from Texas U. and Ayers have been declared in- eligible for conference play. The Plowboys will feel their loss very much. The dope bucket didn't know which way to pour after the game with the Hill Billies. The Daniel Baker boys played a smashing' good game. We take our hats off to them. The Plowboys pepped up the last half and gave them some bitter pills. Captain Bull Katrola led a hard hitting line on the de- fense in the second half. Venable came out in the limelight as an out- standing player. Hugh Wolfe was a ram on the offense. Time after time he shook himself loose. Hoo- ver also let the enemy know that a good man was opposing them in the opposite line. A good game, Plowboys—too good to lose in the last few minutes of play- Coaches Wisdom and Sanders are doing their best to key th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 October 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-T A C Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotn College Elite-red- a&- sceoiid-cliiss niail piatter_ jst the Postoffkje in Stephenville, •% ' vJ '*'■ .Texas, under act of Congress of- March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per year $2.00 ADVtSBTi^EN'O RATES; L^aij 23c column iueli; foreign, 30c column inch. A(1 dross all communications to tlio J-Tac, Tarietoa Station, Texas ;.' ' . PERMANENT .STAFF Editor .. Will Port Hall jdntjinesfi IVptna&er.,... ..... v : '. Edgar Maddox ,;.'i ■ . : - ' CRimtlBUTOES TOTHIS ISSUE KEPQE.TERS:—Mack Creswell, Ina Mae Tate, Koy Homsby, Betty Ann Feijieiuau, K.uby Jo Wise, Edwins Williams, Gone Eelew, Alvin Blantony ■*-Lucys! Tlell Yate^, William Bansing, Waldo Eeimnger, Justin Umroth, Beverly: Kejteer, La, Verne Loveless, Jolm Logan, Ethel Dean McFarland, Mariaraia Latiford,, Geneva Coley, Anna Jewel Sliuttesworfch, Mildred Livwson, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Ernest Arfken. ADVEBTISINO SOLICITORS:— Herachol Collings, Blake West,...

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