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

THE 3 -T A C PAGE THREE -f + ♦ + WITH THE | EXCHANGES i The three-year college term at Oxford consists of three-terms of eight weeks each. There is a six weeks' vacation at Christmas and Easter and a three months' vaca- tion in the snrnmcr, Incidentally, it is not compulsory to attend lec- tures.—The Technique (Georgia Tech.) {Wiitta life—watta life I) Pee Wee Beard finally hit his real stride here recently. Such punch and running- ability is going to keep more than 0110 coach from getting his full eight hours' sleep. —The Mountaineer (Schreiner.) The Ohio Northern University had its first dance hist week since 1871, after a 01 years' ban was lifted. Did the song writer have T. C. U. in mind when he wrote the song "Why Danco "—The Shiff (T.C.U.) "The little 'angel girls' are al- ways the ones I have to watch," says Miss Mary E. Head, dean of women in Simmons University. "When a mother brings her daugh- ter to me and tells me that I won't have a bit of trouble with her, that she has ...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J - T A C BAUD IS HAPPY WITH HEW INSTRUMENTS Have you noticed the members of the Band go around with their heads in the air? They have a right to, because they have just received $1900 worth of spankiiT brand new instruments from the government. All are U. S. Q. M, C. horns and they certainly are g-ood looking. The complete set includes picco- los, flutes, clarinets, cornets, trum- pets, baritones, trombones, saxo- phones, baas, drums, and every- thing that goes with them: New slings for drums, a new baton, traps for the drums, screwdrivers for the horns, folios, and what have you. Just watch the Band when they make their first public appearance with their new horns and see how much better they look. GIRLS'TENNIS CLUB SHOWS IMPROVEMENT Girls' tennis has progressed rap- k"'y during the first two months of school. Pauline Dunlap, Olga Jones, Alice Meade, Emadele Marrs, Justine Limroth, Anna Jewel Shuttlesworth, Laura Utter- back, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Sarah Eyers, Mary Lo...

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

T VOL, XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1982. NUMBER li' PLOWBOY Now that football is over, basket- ball appears on the sports eaten (Jar fpr the rest of the year. Any- thing that hurts a writer's vanity is the failure of his predictions to prove really true. Picking a win- ner in early season is merely a guessing game and your guess is as good as mine. Nevertheless, Tar- leton'a prospects of a good basket- ball team are bright. Cagers are peculiar fellows. Stars develop ov. er night and the whole team clicks, but let one fall down and the whole outfit is shot to pieces. The injection of a vital spark causes the team to soar to great heights and to victory. Last season Tarleton was elimi- nated from the Texas Junior A. A. tournament by Schreiner Institute by one point. Then the 1932 foot- ball game with Schreiner approach- ed. Tarleton woke up. The vital spark was injected into the student body. If that game had only result* ed in a victory for the Plowboys, there wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 December 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-T A C Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarlototn College Bntored as seeond-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per year . ..$2,00 ADVEETISI3STG T!ATE8: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30e eolumn inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief- Associate Editor News Editor— STAFF ..Will Port Hall Anna Jewel Sliuttleaworth —Mack D. G res well Edwina Williams Jack Balentine Lucye Nell Yates Edgar Maddox Feature Editor. — Sports Editor . ■ Society and Clubs Editor business Manager ---—«=-- ™—----- Assistant Business Managers....Ilerschel Colhngs and Blanche Burkett Repoktebs:—Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Feineman, Kuby Jo Wise, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, William Sansmg, Waldo Remin- der, Justine Limroth, Beverly Kayser, La Verne Loveless, John Logan, Ethel Dean McFarland, Marianna Lanford, Mildred Lawson, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Ernest A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 December 1932

THB J-TAG PAGE THREE | MY HOME TOWN | I have to choose between several towns to decide which one is my home town, because my parents moved from one place to another so often that it is difficult to de- cide which one really is my home town. I shall choose the one near which I was bom. ITobro is situated at the inland end of Manager Fiord in the northeast part of Jutland. It has a population of approximately 1,800. The name is derived from the Dan- ish word for bridge, which is bro. The first syllable is from the name of an old heathen offering-place situated two miles from the city. Offering-place in old Danish is hou. The farm I was born on was within two hundred yards of this hou. It is no wonder, therefore, if I have a little wild blood in my veins. The Fiord onee extended two miles further into the Valley. A bridge was built over a narrow place in the Fiord, and the city built at this bridge. Since Hobro is situated on the bottom and on the slopes of a val- ley at the end of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 December 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC t WHO'S WHO 4 | ON THE CAMPUS + Mr. Wilkins was born at Denton Creek which was situated twenty miles from the nearest railroad. He knew the wild, fre© life of tho boy who is reared in the country where life is living:. When he was six or seven years old, he had two fox terrier doga and the three of them would go rabbit hunting. Once the dogs had chased a rabbit under a pile of rails and youaa1 Charlie proceeded to pursue it; he had crawled well under the rails when suddenly they began to slip, and he found himself securely pin* ned by the neek. The country was seldom frequented and he lay there the best part of a day before a man, who was passing, was at- tracted by the "wailing in the woodpile." Hq attended a rural school, Smoky Ridge, a training school, and Denton High School, wher® he had the honor of winning a popu- larity contest. He received his A,B. degree from North Texas State Teachers College, and his M.A. de- gree from the University of Texas. He says,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1932

T T A VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1932 NUMBER 12 MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL PLOWBOY Coach Wisdom will be very hap- py if Santa Claus gives him, fni Christmas, a team that can handle a basketball. Stressing fundamen- tals during the past week, he has kept the cagers busily engaged in passing, dribbling, and shooting. Much hard scrimmage will be dish- ed out next week. None of the re- turning letter men are sure of a place on the quintet. Several of the freshmen are showing up excep- tionally well in practice. The scrubs led by B. L. Blackburn pro- ceeded to give the grays under Bo- hanan a good battle in scrimmage last "Wednesday. The other team of grays under Captain Cowan pro- ceeded to take their opponents un- der Blevins in a hardy manner. Ogle and Yeary have shown that they possess a good eye for the basket. Hugh Wolfe demonstrated that he is very livable of filling a guard position. Pate Felkner seems to have ambitions of contesting "Hog...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1932

PAGE TWO THE J-T A C WITH THE | | EXCHANGES X+ +■ Hospital Notes More than forty names were add- 1 ed to the hospital list the first lour Coeds sling horse shoes at Den- ver University. The sororities are sponsoring: a hol-se shoe pitching ' days of thia week- This represents contest to determine the champion, 1he largest _ weekly sick ^ int;e Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotn College Entered as second-class mail mutter at the Postoff'ire ill Steuhenvillo, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1S7S. That might be a little better than tlio well known mud slinging that goes on around here.—Simmons Brand. the beginning of this semester. Colds and light cases of influenza were the chief ailments reported. Subscription Kates: For year __$L'.00 ADVERTISING HATES: Loral, 2.V column inch ; foreign, 30c column inch. Address ail communications to the J-Tac, Tai-letofl Station, Texas STAFF Will Port Hall Anna Jewel Hhuttlesworth Mack D. Creswell Edwina Williams —.. Jack Bal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1932

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE i«Tvn——f." I LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Santy Glaus: How are you? Fine, I hope. I am fine. I have been a very good little boy. Pleez, Santy Claus, bring me a nice juicy commission because I have been doing a lot of good suck- ing lately and I have snooped some too. I have not thrown but three 'dozen egg's this year, and I have entirely cut out shooting craps for 1he last two weeks. Besides the commission, I want a book on "How to Make Love," so Dorothy Lynn Taylor will like me. And pleez bring Martin Craddock a bot- tle of Listerine and a bar of Life- buoy soap. Thanking you kindly, I am, Humpie Mulloy, Dearest Sandy Clauz— I thought I would write to you and tell you how much T liked you. I think you are so good looking and yon are so cute in your pretty Ted suit. Sandy Claus, please bring me a suction with my teachers so I can make "A's." Bring me a good line of "bull" so I can string tho Videttes along. Make all the kulif lip here like me, for I want to be po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1932

PAGE FOUR THE J-T A C THE COSSACK CHOHUS GIVES GOOD PROGRAM The Russian Cossack Chorus un- der the direction of Sergi Soko- loff gave a concert in the Tarleton College Auditorium at :30 o'clock on Friday evening, December 2, This was the third lyceum number held at Tarleton this year. The following program was pres- ented : Serenade, "Dreaming Lake," by Pfeil; "In the Storm, ' by Archangelsky; "The Wedding Gown," arranged by Sokoloff; "Cossack's Prayer Before the Bat- tle," by Golatilin; "Prisoner's Es- cape," by Turencoff; March, ar- ranged by Sokoloff; Peasant's Chorus from the Opera "Prince Igor," by Borodin; "A Cossack Party," by Davidovsky"; Legend of Christ," by Tchaikovsky; Medley of Folk Songs, arranged by Soko- loff; "Ballad of Kudear," arrang- ed by Sokoloff; and "March of the Signals," music by Kolatilin. As an encore the chorus sang "Dixie Land." The concert was appreciated. The uhique part of the program was that all the songs were in the Russian language, except "Dixie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1933

T s^l VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1933 NUMBER 13 PLOWBOY Basketball is now officially un- der way. There is no doubt that the inactivity of the team during the holidays is greatly felt. Coach Wisdom will be handicapped some- what in placing a first class team on the floor. In the game with the All Stars on the past Wednesday evening, Tate and Wolfe proved themselves capable of taking care of their positions. Although the Plowboys lost by a close score, they possessed the fight necessary for a championship team. The real strength of the team will be shown in the game this week-end. At present, Coach Wisdom has not yet decided on his first strong five. Every position is still open. At the meeting of the South- west Conference officials during the Christmas holidays, a very im- portant ruling that applies to jun- ior colleges, was inserted in the Southwest Conference rules. The rule is that all junior college grad- uates will be eligible for two years of varsity...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-T A G Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletotn CtUege iSntored as second-class mail matter at the PostofFice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. iBubacription Rates: Per year - _$2.00 .ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c eolumn'inchj foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor News Editor _. Feature Editor. Sports Editor Will Port Hall ...Anna Jewel Slmttlea worth . _Mack D, Creawell ..Edwina Williams Society and Clubs Editor Business Manager.. — Jack Balentine Lucye Nell Yates ..Edgar Maddox Assistant Business Managers—Herscbel Collings, Blanche Burkett, and Koy Baker, Reporters:—Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Feineman, Ruby Jo Wise, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, William Sansing, Waldo Reinifr- ger, Justine Limroth, Beverly Keyser, La Verne Loveless, John Logan, Ethel Dean McFarland, Marianna Lanford, Mildred Lawson, Dorothy Ethel Dean McFarland, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1933

THE 3-TAC PAGE THREE New Year Brings Usual Number of Good Resolutions to be Broken and Forgotten; Agee Says This Practice Is Incorrect New Year's resolutions are fun- ny things. Still they appear con- tinually changed, forgotten or abandoned. Mr. Agee does not ap- prove of this neglect for it shows weakness. He did not make resolu- tions and does not think Mrs. Agee did because, of course, she would- n't do anything that Jack consid- ers incorrect. The dormitory girls have stopped smoking, the faculty resolved to continue it's business of giving tests, and the light housekeeping girls resolved to con- tinue leaving dirty dishes in the sinks. Choc Sanders resolved to -wait four years to get married. He did-' n't have any luck last Leap Year. Gwen will practice more from now on in order to keep Mr. Froh from fussing. Mary Bob Magill resolved to work harder and incidentally to find time to answer her fan mail. Sparks broke his resolutions be- fore making them. That is what Paradise doe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J-T A C TARLETON CONTEST RATES FIRST IN U.S. Tai'Ieton won first place in an egg-laying contest over sixteen standard contestants. This contest eovered a period of two months. The two hens making the high- est marks were White Leghorn, 57 eggs, 61.10 points; and White Kock, 53 eggs, 57.50 points. The high standing pens were White Leghorn pen, 516 eggs, 626.20 points; White Minorca pen, 217 eggs, 229.00 points; Black Minorca pen, 211 eggs, 204.55 points; Buff Orpington 281 eggs, 270.85 points; Lamona pen, 414 eggs, 455.00 points. : The second high standing pen was White Rock pen 430 eggs, 435.05 points. The percentage production dur- ing December was 75 per cent. * + •4- 4- + ♦ DIVERTING DUMP DATA You should see the picture of Frances Harvey's "Dimple Darl- ing." Santa sent it to her We guess. Eddy is proud of her cowboy or Plowboy since he has got his boots and spurs. He has given her a ring, too. A storm was reported on the Old Annex Sunday night when Alda came in. No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1933

vol. xm stephen ville, texas, saturday, january 21, 1933 number 14 PLOWBOY Having taken some wind out of the Weatherford .College during the last two engagements, the Plowboy cagers appear, to be a first-class aggregation. Coach Wis- dom seems to possess plenty of capable guards. In Wolfe, Felkner, and Ogle there is little to choose between the three. Wolfe lias lost none of last season's great form and has been hitting the basket with a great degree of regularity. Felkner haa turned himself into a hard-fighting guard. His speed and fine shifting on the court leaves little to be desired. Ogle's chief asset is his ability to recover the ball. Time after time he emerged from the tangles in the past games with the ball. Also his excellently executed one-arm shot makes him very valuable on the offense when closely guarded. Glover's passing, intercepting of passes, and shota near the basket are a treat to the spectators. This tall fellow has an uncanny way of handling the ball of his own...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tafletotn College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Posio&'ice in StephonviUa, Tesaa, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates: Per year. ..$2.00 ADVERTISING RATBS: Local, 25c eolumn inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Associate Editor News Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Society and Clubs Editor Business Manager.. Will Port Hall Anna Jewel ShuttSeawOrth Mack D. Creswell Edwina Williams „ Jack Balentine Lucye Nell Yates Edgar Maddox Assistant Busmass Managers—HerscheJ Ceilings, Blanche Burkett, and Roy Baker. Reporters:—Ina Mae Tata, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Feineman, Ruby Jo Wise, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, William Sansing, Waldo Reinin- ger, Justine Limroth, Beverly Keyser, La Verne Loveless, John Logan, Ethel Dean McFarland, Marianna Lankford, Mildred Lawson, Ernest Arf- ken, Eileen Nix, Guy Blevins, Rich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1933

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE HOLIDAYS MEAN WEDDING BELLS TO FORMER STUDENTS In spite of the depression, many former Tarleton students were mar. ried during the holidays. Word has been received that the following ex- Tarletonites were married or an- nounced their marriages during the Christmas season. Miss Raby Lewis and Zeddle Ed- gar, both former Tarleton students, were married December 31. Mr. Edgar is now secretary to Tarle- ton's school of agriculture. Judge Wallace Scott, a graduate of Tarleton, was married to Mrs. Vera Eitchey. The marriage of Miss Lou AIHe Hamilton, a Tarleton graduate,. to V. Drorogoole Heath was announ- ced during the holidays. The mar- riage took place last May 30, H. P. Morrison and Miss Lurlelle Britton were united in marriage on December 24 in Las Cruses, New Mexico. Mrs. Morrison, was former- ly a student in Tarleton. Pauline Herrmann, formerly a student of Tarleton College, was married to Herbert S. Bell on De- cember 29. Freeman Waldrep of Pottsville and Mis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAC tHERE & THERE i Bertha Ann says that she has found a sure cure of the flu and that it is a letter a day from the boy friend. She. also says the only thing that keeps^her from getting lonesome was the fourteen letters from A, and M., which she receiv- ed in ten days. It seems that Ruby Jo arid Rein- ingor.have been checking the same books out of the library lately. They are not English books either. Jo, have you found out how to choose a husband yet?. Since when did Geneva Abbott became a "messenger boy?" She was seen carrying a ■ letter to "Chine," the China boy, the other day. Geneva Curry kinda stepped' out the other night, Barney, did you change your mind? . Frances Harvey had a pretty hard time talking over the tele- phone last Sunday night. Sidney didn't mind though, did he, Fran? Or was it Brendon Band? Oh, no, that was Saturday. Irene Howington was all dressed up waiting for somebody Sunday night. Is Bernice Lehmberg taking a private French course? The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1933

TH T A vol. xin STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1933. NUMBER 15 Senior Boys and Junior Girls Take All Places In Annual Contest PLOWBOY The Plowboys played no games during the past week, but have en- gaged in strenuous practice. The game with Ranger this past week will give a real slant on the strength of Tarleton's basket ball team. Displaying real strength su- perior to that of the Weathcrford crew, Tarleton's cages exhibited real class in their wins. With the out and out statement that colleges should be organized into professional and amateur or- ganizations by a well known coach, the idea of professionalism might be well taken care of. It is no se- cret that colleges openly approach athletes with attractive offers even in our own section of the country. The idea of dividing the colleges in- to their respective divisions does suggest a way to place colleges on a more equal athletic rating. Of course this professionalism might and would hurt amateur sports in some sense...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1933

PAG1 TWO THE J-TAC Publiihed Weekly by tha Students of John Tarletotn College Mntorod aecoad-claga mail matter at tha Fostoffice in. Stepheaville, Texaa, under ant of Congress of March 8, 1879. Sabseription Kates: Per year. _*2.00 ADVERTISING HATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30o eoluma Ucb. Addreaa all commnniBitiorn to th# J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas 8TAPP Editor-in-Chief Will Port Hall Associate Editor Anna Jewel Shut ties worth New# Editor — —Mack D. Creswell Feature Editor— Edwina Williams Sports Editor - — — Jack BalenHtV' Society and Clubs Editor Lucyo Nell Yate Business Manager . ; Edgar Maddox Assistant Business Managers—Herschel Coiling*, IJlani'.ho Burkett, and Boy Baker. Reporters:—Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Betty Ann Feineman, Ruby Jfo Wise, Gene Belew, Alvin Blanton, William Sansing, Waldo Reinin- yer, Justine Limroth, Beverly Keyser, La Verne Loveless, John Logran, Ethel Dean MeFarland, Marianna Lankford, Mildred Lawugn, Ernest Arf- ken, Eileen Nix, Guy Blevi...

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