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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1923

V , - "IF1 1 I- , \ I ■ ' f VT ■iv 1. V TH BUSINESS MAN COMPLI- MENTS CHAMBRAY GIRLS Of course you were loyal enough to want to march in the line last Thursday so as. to make a good . showing for Tarleton, but honest- ly didn't you wish you might stand on the side line and see what a fine sight our student body presented? A business man made . the remark that those -wo hun- dred and more girls in their blue cliambrays was the prettiest sight . he ever saw. He said that they reminded him of a field of Texas B.luebonnets, To be sure he didn't use the same adjectives in describing our .big,: husky boys, but we are will- ing to bet that he thought those three hundred fifty cadets in khaki made a fine appearance. In 1918, which hasn't been so very long ago; there was only one company and one captain,—no major. Cecil Chairiberlin, who is now studying law at the State University, was the "first captain of the cadets. The boys' were very eager to have, guns to drill with, but when—after lon...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1923

T—r J- Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Steph- ; enville, Texas, under act of Coixg- ' ress of March 3, 1879, . Published weekly by the student body of J. T. A. C. Carleton Downing Editor Irvin Bollinger..,. Business Mgr. HOW GREEN THEY WERE A few weeks ago three women, all of whom, had once been stu- dents at Tarleton, met and began 'reminiscing sibout old times and ' about how green they were when, as country girjs, they had come to Stephenville to attend the Col- lege. The first one said that she was . very much afraid of the electric I light, "which she did not know how to turn off. She was too timid to ask for information, but looked about until she decided that the little button above the globe might have something to do with-putting out the light. At last she" summoned courage enough to turn this button,. When it made a J slight click, however, she nearly ('fell over from'the fright, and wondered if she had been shock- ed. The next two had been room- m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1923

"Wot you doin', chile?" "Nothin', mammy." : "My, but yah is gettin' like yah father." HENRY ELLIS STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Phone 118 "Bell is shaving himself." "But why all the argument?" "He is trying to talk himself into having a massage." DRINKS FOUNTAIN or BOTTLED NEWS-STAND Barham Confectionery PERRY BROTHERS DRUG STORE THE OLD RELIABLE Has everything the student might need in the, way of Pencils/ Pens, Tablets; Composition Books, Theme Tablets, Etc. We extend a cordial welcome to you to make our drug Store your headquarters while down town. PERRY BROTHERS DRUS AND JEWELRY LATHAM BROS. Modern Tailors, Clothiers, Cleaners Quick service, &ee delivery. Clothes called for and Delivered THREE LATEST HOFFMAN STEAM PRESSES, >ur gaiur<gnts will r,n"> receive b«?**sonal attention^ at, our sfyf)p. no pt-v. . ... 'an. 4$iyidual sewing room-—alterations, receive special, attention; no job is too difficult for this department. PHONE m ANY DAY LATHAM BROS. P^JHONE 441. \ South...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 October 1923

' them you saw it advertised in the J-Tae. / GROCERIES FRUITS AND CANDIES HARRIS BROS. BROOKS' HAMBURGER STAND ; Short Orders Bottled Drinks •' 5c Hamburgers 5c ' WE WANT TO PLEASE " ROY C, BLACK, BI, D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat . GLASSES FITTED Office Over White Drug Co. * Phone 159 PR. J. A. WHIT ACRE Dentist Office Over White Drug Co. PHONE 192 McMahan & Reid BARBERSHOP One-Half Block North Majestic SERVICE FIRST YOUR WORK APPRECIATED MAC'S CAFE SHORT ORDERS-COLD DRINKS Best Stew in Town Home Made Cakes and Pies G. V. RICE & SON Dealers In Shops and Sox Good Wishes to J. T. A. C. for the coming year HENRY CLARK'S PEED STORE When Hungry Visit . THE MECCA CAFE Prices Eight CHANDLER BROS. MILK, BUTTER ANI> CREAM Delivered Every Morning and Evening Phone 500 . Mt, Pleasant, Texas, August 6, 1923. Dean J. Thomas Davis, Stephenville, Texas, Dear Dean"Davis: There is a young man here who seems very .interested in Tarleton from what I have been able to tell him about the scho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 October 1923

. \ ' v. TH J-TAC VOLUME V. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17,1923 NUMBER 3, SERVICE DRUG STORE Oh, Mill! You can get 4 Cakes Jap Rose Glycerin Soap at Service Drug Store for a Quarter. PHONE 49 SERVICE DRUG STORE ' r J. T. A, C. ENTERTAINS N, T. A, C. WITH BANQUET % i ' . Last Friday after our,, boys had lost a gloriously foughti football game to the North Texas Agri- cultural College of Arlington, the Tarleton students gave the mem- bers of each team a banquet never to be forgotten 'at the Tarleton dining "hall. - At seven o'clock, the boys were called to the dining hall. Seated at the first, table were; Dr. Biz- zell, president of the Texas Agri- cultural amd Mechanical Colleges; Dean Williams, of N, T. A. C.; Dean Davis, of Tarleton College; Mrs. Davis; and Mr. and Mrs. Moody. The' boys sat alternately, a Tarleton man in one chair, a N. T. A. C. man in the next at the other six tables. The tables were decorated with large American beauty roses. Their beauty was added t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 October 1923

- "■ ■■■ 'jr.fi::-1 . ■ ■•■ o.- - . <• / THE J-TAG Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3, 1879. .Published weekly by the student body of J. T. A. C. Carleton Downing ; Editor Irvin Hollinger. business Mgr. Georgetown, Texas, ; October 3, 1923. Mr. G, 0-. Ferguson, Secretary, Tarleton Ex-Student Ass'ri., Stephenville, Texas. Dear Sir: . Received yoiir application, for membership to the Tarleton Ex- Students' Association, have been * intending to send in .my subscrip- tion for the J-Tac, but have been si^busy that I haven't had time to attend to it. Am glad you called - my attention to it. I would like to have come, back to Tarleton this year but as I have started in business, 1 think' it best to continue with it. My ... father taught me the cotton busi- nessbefore his death, and it was his.wish that I carry on his work. I like the cotton business and ex- pect to follow it. I hope you will, have my J-Tac s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 October 1923

McMahan & Reid BARBER SHOP One-Half Block North Majestic SERVICE FIRST YOUR WORK APPRECIATED DR. J. A. WHIT ACRE Dentist Office Over White Drug Co. PHONE 192 LEST WE FORGET . MAC'S CAFE SHORT ORDERS-COLD DRINKS Best Stew in Town Home Made Cakes and Pies HARRIS BROS. GROCERIES FRUITS AND CANDIES HARRIS BROS. It's Our Business to REPAIR YOUR SHOES We double their life Newsom's Shoe Shop Belknap Street ROY C. BLACK, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat GLASSES FITTED Office Over White Drug Co. Phone 159 O, YE TARLETONS ■ PATE BROS. ' Is the Place to Have Your BARBER WORK DONE Last week one of our students, noticing that the 12th on the cal- endar was printed in red,, asked why that should be a holiday. The fact that we.do not observe it as a holiday causes us to forget sometimes that it is the annivers- ary of the discovery of America. Four hundred and thirty-one years ago, when the undaunted Columbus came, he found this country for the most part a track- less wild. It is hard for us to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 October 1923

T"~"S f glppton loses to grubbs l&SlC-Continued .from page 1) irds thru the line. Carl- vi thru left tackle for first ' Kay failed t0 2ain- Jolin- made 4 yards. He was hurt the play and was replaced by ||mptoh. L¥SS#ISfBoth teams fumbled repeatedly were forced to'kick. Carlton outkicking the Grubbs man |y 10 yards. Carlton fumbled on third down. Tarleton was 5 yards for an offside, kicked to Grubbs' 18 yard Grubbs made 5 yards then 2 thru the line.' On the failed to gam and a place kick was •Sa^E^aai%.:: .iSlflfPi: ■j&M^Jr- If hi*' k ** - 1 v' * V ~ - * , * j- ^ iltfSi'-' - ~S ' ^ "r "•rj- "OV j£r" .iff- W ^ faf?"tried. On the pass from center, Parry, fumbled and lost 12 yards. Another place kick was tried but it was blocked. Grubbs recovered. The quarter is up. Grubbs'ball on her own .30 yard line first down. The teams had slowed clown to a kicking game. Carlton's long punts kept -the ball in Grubbs territory. . . Second Quarter Grubbs kicked to Kay on his 28 yard line. He ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 October 1923

V . TH J-TAC volume v. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1923. NUMBER 4, SERVICE DRUG STORE Oh,.Min! You can get 4 Cakes Jap Rose Glycerin Soap at 'Service Drug Store for a Quarter, phone 49 SERVICE DRUG STORE J. Di Killough Makes Tarleton Band Happy When it became known that the Tarleton students were to go to the Dallas Fail' oh the Tarleton- Erath special, everybody was just hoping and wis'hing that the band would accompany the train. This part of ;fche college has been such a success for the past few years and especially since Prof. D. G. Hunewell has had charge of it,— and better than ever this 'year— that nothing the college under- takes in the'way of student ac- tivity is complete' without the band. They are always "there" for anything they are called on to perform. Stephenville has never refused them anything necessary for their welfare. This has been the case from a standpoint of the business mem of the City. However, indi- viduals over Stephenville appreci- ate t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 October 1923

A '. ■p THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March'3, 1879. Published weekly by the student body of J. T. A. C. Carleton Downing..—'....:.... Editor Irvin Hollinger eBusiness Mgr. heard of a razor. His face was almost black. At his side rode a Jelly-bean, his son. "And who might you be?" I asked him. "I am a Knight," he answered. "You are about the darkest night I ihave ever seen," I thought to my- self, but to him I said, "And, pray, which night are you ?" "I am what ybu people call 'Saturday Night," he answered, "I am going to be the sixth husband of Mrs. Bath." "Good," I said, "Saturday Night and Mrs. Bath. That is as it should be." ''Did you read the tale that I told?" asked the Knight. "Yes/' said I, "It was a yarn that no human being would believe." At this he became wroth and smote his nag a mighty smote. "I would have you to know, sir, that I handle nothing but the truth!" His ire had risen. "Mid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 October 1923

V ' At Perry Bros. . DR. A. O. CRAGWALL Res; Phone 299—Office Phone 8, At Perry Bros. McMahan & Reid BARBER SHOP One-Half Block North Majestic SERVICE FIRST YOUR WORK APPRECIATED DR. J. A. WHITACRE Dentist Office Over White Drug Co. PHONE 192 HARRIS BROS. GROCERIES FRUITS AND CANDIES HARRIS PROS. It's Our Business to REPAIR YOUR SHOES We double their life Newsom's Shoe Shop Belknap Street ROY C. BLACK, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat GLASSES FITTED Office Over White Drug Co. '* Phone 159 O, YE TARLETONS 5 PA^E BROS. Is the Place to Have Your BARBER WORK DONE EX-STUDENTS VISIT TARLETON COLLEGE A visitor in Tarleton this week was Frank Stockton, a graduate of 1921. Since graduating Frank has been teaching manual arts in a, school in Old M6xico. He has acted as purchasing agent for the school on several occasions and his services are in demand there now. But he is on his way to Chicago to enter the University of Chicago.. Mr. Stockton is just another of the many Tarleton stu- dents...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 October 1923

: 1*^ )\T.f.\fVT!^'-' ABOUT WOMEN i' r U* t ,J> iSI m m H' ®4"' ■ 'When a girl Is In love she ! hungry Wily between meals. In Bulgaria almost as many women . as men enter, the universities. Girls are better at spelling than boys, according to education experts. Women who pay income taxes In STew York city number nearly 150,000, All Burmese girls wear ear plugs. They cannot enter society without tlieru. Women are forbidden, by act of the British parliament, to go down mines as engineers. The widow of a field marshal of the British army is entitled to a life pen- sion of $1,500 year. Many Chinese mothers dress their boy babies as girls in the hope of fooling the evil spirits. In some parts of Greece no girl can aver hope to find a husband until she lias a home of her own. Some of the women athletic direc- tors at girls' schools in England are Paid as much as $2,500 a year. In Serbia and Bulgaria the girl who Is not betrothed by her sixteenth birth- day Is regarded as hopelessly Ine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 October 1923

£'' ■ • "* 1 ■'■. '''■.'V. Tf'. '■ V,./ ' ■' K ■ ->V:.- - '■■■■! ■ i ■. •; . . '.V ■■ tW <v -.1" — T H J-TAC VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1923. NUMBER 5. SERVICE DRUG STORE Two Goldfish, One Globe and Uackage Fish Food All for 50c SERVICE DRUG STORE TARLETON IS WELL REPRE- SENTED AT DALLAS FAIR v.- -M- ' , I Did you compare our own ex- hibit' with the other school - ex- hibits at Dalas? ' Yes, and our exhibit, stood high in the rank too,' didn't it? Mr. Funkhouser has had charge of our exhibitions lor the past few years and he be- lieves that if we put on an exhibit we should put it on right. All of our exhibits , are planned a year ahead go that there will be uni- formity in the arrangement. Ev- ery color and even every piece of furniture blends well with its surrounding, There is no play or frolic in putting\on an exhibit. One man is always along to boss the job, as two bosses do not work well together and consequently seldom ever put on a good exhib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 October 1923

TT~ •^T THE J-TAC • Entered as second-class mail matter .at the postoffice -in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3, 1879. DOPE SHEET Published weekly by the'student body of I T. A, C. Carleton Downing Editor Irvin Hollinger.,...,.r.Business Mgr. Rev, McAfee addressed the student body Friday morning. His talk was short and to the point. He told of the days back in the dim past when our present teach- ers and, preachers wrote on slates (when they were not drawing pic tures of tbeir teachers.) He said that work on those slates were easily erased, and he compared our lives to the slates. If we mar our lives with a mistake, erase and begin again. Start anew >vith a firm resolve to not make the same mistake a second time. He read the following poems on opportunity: OPPORTUNITY They do me wrong who say I - com© no more, When once I knock and fail to find you in, For every day I stand outpide your door, , • And bid you wake to rise and fight, and win. Wail not for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 October 1923

"v\ THE WORLD OVER Texas contains 245 counties. Images were introduced into various ctaircbes about 300 A. D. : Swigs cheese made' it) America la now competing with the home-mails products in Switzerland. Christian Hugens was the first to conceive the idea of applying a pea* dulum as a regulator to a clock, in 1660. As a rapid-fire, pie maker, Miss Laura House of Mascotah, Kan., is be- lieved to hold a record. Twenty pies to 45 minutes are her figures. ||ii ' " — The public health service insists 'that European immigrants be reason- ably. clean when embarking, so that tjiey will not bring with them disease- breeding vermin. The length of the capitol at Wash- ington is 751 feet and its width. 350 feet. , . la Japan a vegetable leather Is made from the Inner bark of a plant called .the mitsumata. 1 At a marriage ceremony in India the bride stands on a large plate filled With milk and rose-colored sweet- meats. I ' * M Fashionable persons In ancient Athens slept , under coverlets . of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 October 1923

"f P^ff^ it* * r*w j, j ®i! / t*Mr. -yv •-V \ « V*sy ' Spp 'M, kVr«f^ H • ^ vn > , s < f i ' I I rf'i W' i$$l' /' t'8&: . wm.- '>K > 1 if m SMlJ ife, ■ BARBER SHOP PHONE 471 First-Class Shop for Ladies and Men phone 47i DAVIS BARBER SHOP DOINGS AT THE DUMP 'In order to ease the anxiety of the editor of the J-Tac and others . concerned, it was decided by the dormitory girls last Wednesday that, in answer to the request made in last week's issue of the J-Tac, we would hereafter make a weekly accouht of ourselves. Al- though we are late in making it . known we are here 68 strong. Many of the occupants of the Dump this yestr are new girls, but they are being schooled to its ways to such an extent that you rarely ever hear of any one get- ting up before the bugle blows for breakfast. Several have even quit making their payments of rent brooms ^nd dust pans. But as we live ,we will learn. : The man of our house left us unprotected for a few days last week as Uncle Moody wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 November 1923

i * t- Tup I I En j VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1923. NUMBER 9. SERVICE DRUG STORE 'Let lis Help You Make Christmas Buying a Pleasure by Shopping Early SERVICE DRUG STORE LET'S THE 'John Tarleton Next Of Wildcat Enemies / -i> i 7. The following is "an extract from The.'Optimist of November 22. It shows that the Wildcats, although they are from a Senior College and have an excellent record for the year, are not coming to Tarle- ton overconfident. This means that they are preparing to play their hardest, and judging from their record they will put up a wonderful fight: "Only one more game lies be- tween the Abilene Christian Col- lege Wildcats and an undefeated season. That particular game is scheduled to be at Stephenville, Texas, on Turkey Day, November the 29th, against the formidable eleven of John Tarleton Agricul- tural College. Long years of riv- alry. between the two schools in all branches of athletics will end added sweetness to victory and adde...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 November 1923

T"~ ■ - . V ^ ■ ; v •. THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffiee in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3, 1879. -Published weekly by the student body of J. T. A. C. Carlton, Downing...... .. ..Editor Iryin Hollinger... Business Mgr. Reginald ;Fidler......Girculation Mgr THANKSGIVING In rendering thanks to the God of love For the blessings that crown our lives, : Let| us keep in mind that, what- * : 'ev^r is gone, ' There is much that still survives. If tr'dubles have come in the rouiid of the year, Perhaps it were better so; For'a'sanctified sorrow a bless- ing'may prove TO: the' soul that bendeth below, If those who loved us have drifted away To i:hat silent and unknown shore; And our hearts repine that here on earth ' « We shall see them again no more. Let us thnik of the blessings they brought to our lives That with us forever will stay, And thankful be for these mem- : ories sweet That i^ever will pass away. Arid even if life holds noth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 November 1923

-iW-'r-A -v t;'.'.;-"' . v WHITE HOUSE BUNK Wow! Look who's back? The White House, is at ifcagain,, . Hello, Miss Dump, where is your weekly Writeup lately? What's the matter with the X- Ray of Hospital Life, is the cur- rent off? Upstairs, downstairs, outside, everywhere throb, bam, wham, shake, shook, shake,—What? Oh, a new punch bag has just been installed and everyone wants to show his skill and unless the roof falls in from the vibrations, mightyi strength may be the out- come. Witcher, Johnson, Fitzhugh and Zeigler were active visitors at the Meridian football game last Sat- urday while Bolin and Hitchcock were there in th,eir band position and-probably favoring some cadet with their instrument cases. Roy Bailey mysteriously, dis- appeared Sunday night bijt was later found safe and sound, at church with a fair occupant of the hospital. Well, after all, we , say, what is life without cooper- ation? With a little inspiration and encouragement Bailey is like- ly 1 to become one o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 November 1923

* " ** l.- , J It DAVIS BARBER SHOP PH0™ 4,t First-ci3SS shop forxad^^ Tarleton As I Knew It By Dock Birdwell When Tarleton opened for the 1917-18 session, it was a full- fledged State institution. Out- wardly it appeared to be the same old school but once you saw the new school begin to function you realized at once that a most won- derful change had come about. Of course many changes could take H place only gradually and in many respects the procedure was yet the same as it had been in preced- ing years but taken as a whole it was a new institution. No new buildings had been con- structed as there had not been time to begin a building program. Some badly needed equipment was added however. Several new names were added to the faculty roll. " Among these were to be found those of E. L. Reed who is still with the College and of J. L. Riley who until recently was head of the mathematics department.. To old' students it is unnecessary to say anything regarding the sterling qualities of...

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