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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 October 1932

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE The 440th Anniversary of Columbus' ; i Discover yof America Remembered * Oii; , October 12,' 1492, Just 440 " years _ ago Wednesday, Columbus with' his followers landed on Wat- ling's Island, and planted there the cross in token of gratitude to '<tfi£ -Divine'' mercy, whieh, after guiding -him safely through a .peri- lous voyage, had at. Iast$ in. the discovery, of q, western world, crowned with success the darling aspiration of his life. Land had already been sighted on the previous evening-, but it was not till the ensuing morning that the intrepid admiral beheld the flat and densely wooded shores gleam- ing beneath the rays of an autumn sun, and by - actually setting his foot on them, realized the fulfil- ment of his hopes. PRIDE OF TARLETON STUDENTS You've heard of the Vandcrbilt Mansion, the Wrigley Estate,- and the White House, and I guess by this time you've heard of the Rein- heimer Board ins1 House—if not, your education has been slighted. Now, this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 October 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAC WITH THE X EXCHANGES "Picture-Taking for "33 Prickly Pear Now Going On." This is the headline on the Optimist, a publica- tion of A, C. C., and shows that they are not lagging behind in their publications. Take heed and pay those subscriptions. Fresh gridderg report to Meyer. High School Stars are Numerous among large group. Coach Meyer is being assisted in his work by Cy Leland. —The Skiff, Pound: Eighth wonder of the world. A freak has been seen around the campus of the Univer- sity of Texas. It has thirty-seven lights, three windshields, and elev- en horns. An added feature is a back seat driver's control. It might be worth seeing at that. —The Daily Texan, Picture making season of the Horned Frog is in full swing and L. O. Dallas, editor, requests that all freshmen have their pictures made, as soon as possible. —The T. C. U. Skiff. Ogden (Pig) Wetzel of Coman- che will start his third season as tegular center for the Plowboy foot-; ball team when. John Tarlet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 1932

IF VOL. XIII STEPHEHNVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1932 NUMBER 6 Rail PLOWBOY Hill Billies' writer underrates Plowboys. He says that the Plow- boys were outclassed in every de- partment of the game. The Billies are noted for their weak blocking, especially shown in the T. C. U. game. It is true that the Billies outgained the Plowboys in both running and passing plays, but time after time the Plowboys quick-kicked to the disadvantage of the Hill Billies. We can say that the Plowboys deserve as much praise for their good work as the Billies do. No team is ever out- classed in every department. If only one man has the fighting spir- it on a losing team, the team is not outclassed. That one man won't be outclassed. The Plowboys de- serve a better showing than you gave them, Billies. Captain Bull Katrola led eleven hard-hitting Plowboya against Marshall in the first conference game of the season, in which Mar- shall was almost completely rout- ed. Hess was the only visitor who coul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 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 Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of Hareh 3, 1879, Subscription Bates: Per year .— ..$2.00 ADVERTISING KATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas PERMANENT STAFF - ' tor .. Bi.jihess Manager Will Port Hall Edgar Matfdox CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE REPORTERS:—Mack Creswell, Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Feineman, Ruby Jo Wise, Edwina Williams, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, Xiucye Nell Yates, William Sansing, Waldo Reinitiger, Justin Limroth, Beverly Keyser, La. Verne Loveless, Jolin Logan, Ethel Dean McFarland, Marianna Lanford, Geneva Coley, Anna Jewel Shuttes worth, Mildred Lawson, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Ernest Arfken, Ellen Nix. ADVERTISING SOLICITORS:—Herschel Collings, Blake West, Blanche Enrkctt.' Bookkeeper:—Oary Burnley. Respect To The National Anthem A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 1932

Memories of the Unforgettable Trip to Dallas Fair; Special Train Was Scene of Much Merriment and of Some Fatigue The sleepy looks on everyone's face at four o'clock Saturday morning. The string of boys tagging af- ter the conductor to buy tickets af- ter the train had started. The three girls who paid a dol- lar to walk to Dallas — Helen Greenwade, Kathryn Rogers, and Virginia Ayers. Jim Mulloyl and Carl Hardin yelling at people off the train. John Logan and Palmer's ap- pealing sales talk of candy and 30 forth. The mob that got off at the Un- ion Station. The walk to the Fair Park. Looking at exhibits and people. Getting lost from the person you were with. Eating lunch. Waiting an hour and a half in line for tickets to the Follies. The drum major of the Texas Longhorn Band. The expression on Mr. Wilkin's face when he got off the thriller. Meeting people from your home- town. The ride to town on the street car. Everybody telling everybody else they were on the wrong train. The stops...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 1932

PAGE FOUR THE MAC party broke up at ten o'clock. At two o'clock the girls phoned to the boys to meet the train -with them. The boys complied with the request. Having been misinform- ed about the arrival of the train, the stay-at-homes arrived at the :)<;pot at two-thirty, and waited ill three-thirty o'clock before the train arrived. Having met the 'l'ain, the group returned to their rooms and retired. Not All of the Fun Wets on the Special; Girls Gave Stay-at-Home Party in Dump +■■ "I wouldn't give forty Dallas ' Fairs for the good time I had Sat- urday night," remarked one stu- dent who stayed in Stephenville, while some three hundred cadets and co-eds went to take in the State Fair. Ask any student who did not go with the special train if he or she had a good time, and the reply will be in the affirmative. The group of students who met the train Sunday morning did not have' sleepy looks on their faces, and they were not financially embar- rassed. About forty students ate at the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1932

T Fjpl A VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1032 NUMBER 1 PLOWBOY Little information was known concerning the Rangers until last Friday. They placed the best de- fensive team on the field of those who have played Tarleton this yeai'. The Plowboys also presented a strong defense to th© foe, but neither team could gain very lit- tle on running plays. Both ciubs had to resort to passes. Palmer marie a nice run for a touchdown, the only score of the day. Something was lacking on the part of the Plowboys, even though they snatched their second confer- ence victory. On November 5 a strong Schreiner team will engage the Plowboys, Place a circle around this date on the calendar and remember the Schreiner team is not a set up. Coaches Wisdom and Sanders put. the team through a hard scrim- mage in preparation for the game next week. No game is scheduled this week, but the Plowboys will be worked hard by their coaches. The game with Schreiner will he play- ed on Saturday, Nov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1932

PAGE TWO THE J -T A C WITH THE EXCHANGES Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotn College Bntored b second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March S, 1879, Subscription Rates: Per year _ — $2.00 ADVEBTISING KATES: Local, 25e column ineli; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tar 1^1.on Station, Texas PERMANENT STAFF Editor : Will Fort Hall Business Manager Edgar M&ddox CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE REPORTERS:—Mack Creswell, Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Peiiieman, Ruby Jo Wise, Edwina Williams, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, lucye Nell Yates, William Sansing, Waldo Reininger, Justin Limrath, Beverly Keyser, La Verne Loveless, John Logan, Ethel Dean MeFarland, Marianna Lanford, Geneva Coley, Anna Jewel Shutteswortli, Mildred Lawson, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Ernest Arfken, Ellen Nix. ADVERTISING SOLICITORS:—Herschel Collings, Blake West, Blanche Burkett. Bookkeeper:—Cary Burnley. CONDUCT SHOWS C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1932

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE SOCIETY TO GIVE TWO TEAS THIS YEAR, FIRST ON TUESDAY The Senior Foods Class of the Home Economics Department will give two teas this year. The first one is for Freshmen, Sophomores, Seniors, special students, and fac- ulty members who are ex-TarletOn students or have taught in the col- lege for several years. It will be held next Tuesday afternoon, Nov- ember 1, from four to six o'clock in the Home Economics Depart- ment. This will be a heirloom tea; and relics of the college, collected from the date of its founding to the present day, will be on display. Everyone who qualifies under the above classifications is invited to attend. Juniors and the rest of the facul- ty will be given a tea next semes- ter. New Sponsor's First Impression of Drill Commands Are Puzzling to Girl Rookies DeMOLAYS AND LADIES ENJOY FIRST PICNIC John Tarleton Chapter of De- Molay held its first picnic of the year last Monday evening1. The members together with their ladies met in front of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC + FORT FROLICS + + The Fort had as visitors Clint Wolston, Weldon Ussery, and Wal- ter Glenney, all ex-students of Tar- leton. It seems that Lowry was well paid for the poster that he gave a certain girl. We wonder why Fish Burnley has stopped bumming,. Gut is giv- ing him some competition. We wonder why Fish Smith leaves the Tarleton co-eds to go to Hamilton. Wake up, Haynes. Reininger seems to be filling Otto's shoes very -well. Who was the blonde that Jr. was raving about Sunday night? Is Mauvereen still in the race. Well, yes and no. Fish Voigt has taken Bond's place in trying to run the Fort. Napoleon has regained his voice and is happy again. The rest of us cannot be happy. We have Fish Parmley's word that he has not changed his socks for three weeks. Jr. and Hoot have been practic- ing so that they can occupy the Colonel's room next year. At the present time they are planning to move from Room 13; Parmley is still raining; cain in the next room. The Fort C...

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

To p3 J-li JUL T A il VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1932 NUMBER 8 N PLOWBOY Tarleton, Amarillo,. Paris, atld Schreiner have won all their con- ference games this season. Soon, however, either Tarleton or Sch- reiner will have been defeated in the conference race. A victory over Schreiner will give the Plowboys a firm foothold on the top rung of the ladder. ■ - Decatur Baptist College, is Texas Junior College Conference champion of the Texas Junior College Athletic A s s o c i a tion. The game between the two conference champions will probably be played in Fort -Worth. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram favors the Amarillo Badgers in the Junior College Association race. The Plowboys will meet the Decatur Indians in the last game of the season. The Indians defeated Wea- therford College recently in a hard fought game. The Plowboys, though defeated by W-eatherford, h&ve gathered head way in each game. Those Polliwogs are pointing to- ward the game this next week wi...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletota College Batcred a* second-claw mail matter at the Poiioffiee in StephenviUe, Texas, under set of CoajTiSB of Mnrek 3, 18/1). Subscription Bates: Per year . .$2.00 ADVEBTISING BATES; Loea), 25c column inch; foreign, 30a eoittma inch. Address all communications to tin J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Teiao Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor- News Editor. _____ PERMANENT STATi" Lowly Reporter Does Work White Editor Sleeps and Complains of Copy Shortage Feature Editor^ Sports Editor —- Society and Clubs Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Managers. .....Will Port Hall Asna Jewel Shuttlesworth ..Mack D, Creswell _Edwina Williams _..Jack B alien tine ..Lucy Nell Yates Edgar Maddox .Herschel Collings and Blanche Burkett CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE Reporters:—Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Feineman, Ruby Jo Wise, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, William Sansing, Waldo Reinin- ger, Justine Limroth, Beverly Keyser, La Verne Lov...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THB&fe Band, Members Drill With Rifles, With Perfect Co-ordination of Thumbs Dp The Band was formally intro- duced to Mr. Rifle and Mr. Cart- ridge Belt at drill last Wednesday. After the necessary formalities were completed, Sergeant Rucker, like all first sergeants, commanded them to fall in. The eld men fought ■over the corporal positions. Among? them were Ferryman and Reinin- ger. Just imagine, in the front rank. Ferryman filled two flies, and Carl Hardin in the rear rank didn't know which one to cover off. He compromised with himself and moved into another squad. Lieuten- ants Ferrill and McCormick then proceeded to take charge. Then the fun began. Would you think that a freshman knew right from left? No, not even the seniors could dis- tinguish the difference, but who would tell them. They knew every- thing. Even Pfluger would put the best drilled infantryman to shame with his drilling. Taking great care in bobbing their heads, the en- tire Band has accompli...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-T A C PLANS ARE OUTLINED BY GRASSBURR STAFF The first official Grassburr staff meeting was held Tuesday night, October 1. Every member was in his place and seemed eager to be- gin work. Carl Hardin, editor-in-chief of the Grassburr, presided and pres- ented the problems one by one which are now confronting the staff. The sections of the Grass- burr (what they would be and how many were discussed. A possible outline will be as follows: Dedica- tion, Staff, Faculty, Classes, Mili- tary Section, Athletics, Clubs and Organizations, and Feature Sec- tion. The addition of an alumni page was discussed, but nothing de- nite was decided in regard to it. Discussion of the theine of the annua] took up the greater part of the time. Many interesting sug- , gestions were made, and with Brendon Bond at the head as art editor, it is possible that the staff will have an attractive theme for the Grassburr. Plans for securing ads were made, and it was decided to make extensive campaign...

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

VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1982 NUMBERD 9 PLOWBOY The Plowboys' hope for a con- ference title seemed to ba answer- ed until their scoring threat was stopped with a pass over the goal line. Hugh Wolfe's great interfer- ence running with Palmer's ball carrying paved the way for the chance to score. This was the Plowboys' only real threat of the afternoon. After this the Mountaineers proceeded to take matters in their own hands. Searing a touchdown in the third quarter Schreiner kept the game well in hand. Tarleton's score was a safety, which was made by down- ing the Mountaineers behind their own goal line. The Schreiner line outplayed Tarleton's from the start to finish, and from one end of the line to the other. Beard, small but fast, prov- ed a thorn in the Plowboys' side throughout the entire game. Hard tackling was featured by the Plow- boys during the entire last half. If the Plowboys defeat the T. C. U, freshmen the season can be counted as a successf...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-T A C ULl _ _ Published Woi.'Ulv Iiv the Students of John Tarlctotn Oollege Here rests in Honored Glory an American Soldier known but to God. —Tribute to the Unknown Soldier. ! HERE <fe THERE X 4- + tnmfM Entered ks second-chiN.-; mad !tt t]jo Pu:-.loriice iu fttephci'H'ille, j Texas, under act of (.'digress of Mui-rh 1879. Subscription Rates: Per year . $2.00 ADVERTISING HATES: Local, 2.x- column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to tlie J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief ... Associate Editor -.— News FtJitcr Feature Editor ... Sports Editor Will Port Hall Ainiu Jewel (-'huttlesworth Mack D. Creswell Edwina Williams .... Jack Ralcmiiie Society and Clubs Editor Lucye Noll Yates Bllsi&ess Manager .-. . - — Edgar Maddox Assistant Business Managers... Herschel Collings and Blanche Burkett REPORTERS:—Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Feineman, Ruby Jo Wise, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, William Sansing, Waldo Reinin- ger, ...

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

THE J - T A C PAGE THREE STUDENTS GIVE IMPRESSION OF WANTING FEW DAYS OFF For., the past three weeks the most popular question on the cam- pus has been, "Are we to have . more' than one day off for Thanks- giving ?" The question, however, was not successful us there was no answer to it except the usual, "I don't know." The students had quite a thrill for approximately one minute last Monday morning be- cause they thought they were go- ing to vote on having holidays. They soon found that there was no need for a thrill as the Deari merely asked for the students who knew that they could not go home to raise their hands. Only a few hands were raised. Then the stu- dents that were positive they could go home were asked to raise theiv hands. A sea of hands was the re- sult. A visitor would have probably received the impression that John TKrleton'a student body was taking flyinging lessons. After all the vis- itor could catch the idea that prac- Granville Compliments Auditorium Stage, Give...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J - T A C T. J. G. A. A. STANDING P. W. L. T. Pet. Schreiner 3 3 0 0 1.000 Paris 2 2 0 0 1.000 Amarillo 1 1 0 0 1.000 Texarkana .....2 10 1 .750 T. M. C .2 10 1 ,750 Tarleton 3 2 1 0 .666 Wayland 1 0 10 .000 Lutheran 1 0 10' .000 Ranger 2 0 2 0 .000 Hillsboro 2 0 0 0 .000 Marshal] .. 2 0 2 0 .000 These standings are complete through November 9, '32. Champion of T.J.C.A.A. will meet Decatur Baptist College, winner T.J.C.C., for TEXAS JUNIOR COLLEGE CHAMP- IONSHIP, PLOWBOYS DROP HARD FOUGHT GAME TO THE ITA1NEER TEAM Defeat Blasts Hopes of Tarleton Winning the T. J. C. A. A. Crown This Year The Plowboys met their first conference defeat last Saturday to the strong Schreiner eleven, 1-2. The Mountaineers seem bound for the T.J.C.A.A. championship. The defeat virtually threw the Plow- boys out of the running for the championship, which they had their eyes set on at the first of the sea- son. The Mountaineers scored their touchdown in the third quarter af- ter a sustained dr...

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

THE jl 11 11 ii-Ji o VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1932 NUMBER 10 PLOWBOY Tarleton will be host to Hillsboro Junior College today on Hays Field. The Plowboys are favored to hand the Hillsboro team the short end of the score. Hillsboro has a fights nig team, although they have lost their first three conference starts. Be on hand to help the team at 2:30. Show them that you are go- ing- to fight with them. The game with the T.C.U. Frosh proved that in a great many in- stances a decision of the referee helps to decide the outcome of the game. The Plowboys' chances of a victory were thrown for a loss when the Frosh were given a ball after it had been fumbled. This happened not only one time but was repeated again. The good old Tarleton line found new life and played on even terms with the Frosh in a hard-fought game. A better game than the re- sults show. Scalp the Indians—. A very strong undefeated team from Decatur Baptist College will invade Tarelton on Turkey Day...

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

PAGE TWO THE J -T A C Publish?*) Weekly by tlit' Students of Johti Tarlctotn College Entered as second-class mad matter ut tlio I'ontoffu'c iu Stcohtniville, Texas, under Mi-; or (liiiijrress of Marc!] •*, 187<l. Subscription Rates: I-Vr year ..$±00 ADVERTISING KATES: LO'.-:tl, -'ir i;y111 ini> Llie!i; foreign, Sim I'uUinm inch. Aildreay all i:ouiiiuuiii.'utioiis to 11 cc J-Tac, T;jrU'tuu 8tation, Texas Editor-in-Chief Aiato Lilitor .. News K'Jit&v Feature Editor fijxx'ts Iviilvr SiH'iotv and Ctulis Kditor Business Manager STAFF Will Port Hall ...... Anna Jewel stuiUlcsivor h Maclc D. Creswell Edwina Williams . . Jack list Iciii hit* Lu.-ye V,- I V-iT.--.-h Edffar Maddox Assistant Business Managers Ilcrschol Coltings and Blanche Burkett Bepouteiis:—Ina Mae Tate, Roy llonisby, Betty Ann Feineman, Ruby Jo Wise, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, William Sansing, Waldo Reinin- g-er, Justine Limroth, Beverly Rcyser, La Verne Loveless, John Logan, Ethel Dean McFarland, Marianna Lanford...

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