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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1933

THE J-T A C | FORT FROLICS $ 4 At last Pfluger is going home to see his girl. Maybe she won't see him for a while because she has been having dates with some one else. Miller has gone into business; he is now the Fort tailor man. Headers has a girl that calls him on certain days. She sure has a pretty voice. McEntire has been having some company lately, and he expects to have some more in the near future. Jones has been having some com- pany too. His mother and father came to see him on the way to C. I. A. Hoot has had something done to his honor roll in the office. Our great man Bond from Bangs is now a very prominent man in the Fort, A new Fish has moved into the Fort. His name is Moore. An old Tarleton man has start- ed to school and is staying in the Fort. His name is Herman Dearing, all the old students will remember him. At last the puzzle craze has hit the Fort. Ralph Parmley has a put together puzzle. Something happened to the Col- onel's radiator last night. He had several ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC | WITH THE ♦ I EXCHANGES J A Student's Prayer Onward, Onward Time in your flight! Let the bell ring before I recite. —The South Texan. Professors who give pop quizzes, check the roll at each class meet- ing, fail to return a student's greeting, mark an absenc'e for three tardies, keep an eagle eye open during examination period, keep a class after the bell has sounded, rebuke a student before his class—who cannot see the view- point of the student are among the grievances cited by a group of stu- dents when they were asked to give their opinions of conditions in T. C. U. —The Skiff. Personal nomination for the country's two best dance orchas- tras with the smartest arrange- ments:—Hal Kemp,, sensation of Chicago, and Isham Jones, now at the Hollywood Restaurant in New York City. —The Pine Log At Colorado University they have made a< skating rink in the stad- ium and they skate day and night. Tha receipts have run over $400. That sounds good but I wonder when t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1933

T M il .ni VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1933. NUMBER 16 PLOWBOY The game tonight with the Tex- as-Pacific Oilers from Fort Worth will conclude this week's sport ac- tivities with plenty of color, Adolf Dietzel, all-American center last year, who withdrew from T.C.U. last semester, only to reenter this school year, heads the aggregation from Fort Worth. The team is com- posed of former college players. Among them is Charles Beard, last year's Aggie captain, and he is rat- ed as one of the best guards in the Southwest. The Plowboys' hope of victory lies in their ability to stand a faster pace than that of the r iT- ers. Visitors will be here fror. of the neighboring towns. Stud i.*- be a good host to them. Whn't ■■ i' the result may be, do not for/' * show the utmost sportsman^ii.^ x the visitors and visiting team. Here's something of interest that might apply to you. Dean Dickey of N.T.A.C, has shown by records of his school that it costs more to educate a yel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1933

PAGE TWO TEE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarlstotn Callaga Entered aa aecond-elass mail ma ttor at the Postoffiee in StopheJlYllls, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per year. .92.00 ADVERTISING BATES; Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30® eoluian iaclu Adjjroua #11 coaimnnleationB to the J-Tao, Tarletun Station, Texas STAFF Will Port Hall Anna Jewel Shuttlesworth Mack D. Creawell . -Edwina Williams Jack Balentina Lucye Nell Yates -Edgar Maddox Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor — News Edito? Feature Editor Sports Editor Society and Clubs Editor . Business Manager Assistant. Business Managers—Hersehel Collings, Blanche Burkett, and Boy Baker. Reporters:—Ina Mae Tate, Hoy 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 Ate. Far land, Marianna Lankford, Mildred Lawson, Ernest Arf- ken, Eileen Nix, Guy Ble...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1933

THE J-TAG PACE THKEE 7 Have Been Wandering Since I Was Sixteen Years Old/3 Says Standing "My advice to a young man who wishes to become a vagabond is for him to educate himself in some profession that he will be able to make his own Hying in far away places," suggested Don. Blanding, author, poet, and traveler follow- ing his lecture Monday evening. After autographing many ly- ceum tickets, Mr. Blanding sug- gested a few moments to the in- terviewer. When asked about the time he started his wanderings he replied that he began when he was sixteen years of iage. "I -Aent to the Yellowstone and various points in the United States," he began. "Canada also furnished me with interesting scenes and adventures. I painted and sketched during these jour- neys." He rambled on without fur- ther questioning. "One day I ■ might be painting fences, while on another I might be painting the portrait of a dowager or some- thing of that sort, "I have never remained very long in one particular place. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Coeds* Answers Vary Widely to Question About Love, Marriage and Mustaches "Could you love a man with a mustache?" Some few girls have heard this question during- the last week. Some, when asked the question, looked at the interviewer with a look as if to say, "Are you crazy?" I hastened to calm their fears and told them that I was only wanting the information and was not try- ing to get personal. The first girl answered, "I don't know, but to me it appears to be artificial." (Artificial, I thought, just ask the guy that owns one.} "Well—answered one fair co- ed, "It all depends on who the man is." My next victim hove in sight and I cut across to meet her. I ask- ed my impertinent question. "I could love him, but—That is all she would say. I asked her to pardon me as I saw another likely looking pros- pect. "Sure," was the reply, "I used to be in love with such a man be- fore I came down here. I love the tickle." Another young lady was grac- ious enough to say it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1933

Fpl VOL, XIII STEPHEN VILLE,. TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1933. NUMBER 17 PLOWBOY The Plowboys played the Oilers on fairly even terms. The first half of last week's game, but the activ- ities of "Too Tall" Dietzel in the second half proved too great for the Plowboys. Bohanan was high point man for the Plowboys, Fish Glover, ineligible due to scholastic difficulties, the center's job has been taken care of by Bo- hannon, There is no doubt that Coach Wisdom has moulded a team with capable first string substitutes in reserve. ' Coach Wisdom has placed hand- les on most of his players. Willie Tate has become Tattie; Ogle, the Rattlesnake; Baxter, Beefighter; Bohanan, Cornstalk; Glover, Tall Too; and Felkner, Horse Fly from Jack County. Last but most impor- tant is J. Dudley Lyle, command- ant of the gym. Coach Wisdom has been trying to organize a new Junior College Conference in this section with Ranger, Weatherford, Decatur, N. T. A. C. as members. At present Tarleton and Ranger are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1933

PAGB TWO THE J-TAC urn r<in it ictti nmir Published Weely by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered S3 second-class mail matter at the Postoffico in Stephenville, Texas, 11n!Jact of Congress of March 3t 1879, Subscription Rates: Per Year. — ..$2,00 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, TeSaS STAFF Editor-in-Chief... Associate Editor- News Editor Feature Editor— Sports Editor - Society and Clubs Editor- Business Manager Will Port. Hail ..Anna Jewel Shuttleswoith —Mack S, Cresweli Edwina Williams Jaek Balentino Lucye Nell Yates —Edgar Maddox Assistant Business Managers—-Herscliel Collmgs, Blanche Burkctt, and Hoy Baker. RKPORTER.S:•—Ina. Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Ruby Jo Wise, Gene Below, Waldo Keininger, Justins Iiimroth, Beverly Keyser, John Logan, Ethel Dean MeFartanu, Eilen Nix, Guy Blevins, Rieliard Jones. Typist: Lionell Lee. HAND IT TO THE PROFS We have to hand it to our professors....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1933

THE J-TAC PAGB THEES | FINE'S FILLIES | ++++■+t f1 -f t + -H"H + +++4f We were extremely glad that we ■were represented in last week's J-Tac. Soper and Bettis, our two new freshmen, are just now awakening to what is going on. Tucker, bless his heart, can not sell anyone the idea that he is a genius. Nathan Meeks is now taking les- sons in dancing. His teacher, none other than "Patsy" Smith, known to his thousands of admirers as Otis Jr. Smith. In three more lessons, we hope to see Nathan venturing into society as the life of the party. Watkins is in the tire* business. He got his first. supply Sunday- night while "just foolin' around." Watkins has a tux. He even mix- es it with his uniform. You know, there are some people that don't care for this kind of mixture. Vine and his very, very, particu- lar Tarleton girl friend, his frail are still kicking the gong around... Everyone in our house is very happy, Mrs. Fine's cow has had a blessed event. We are planning to name it Polly for K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1933

PAGE FOUR f HB J.TAC MH. FINLEV RELATES ALASKAN ADVENTURES "We went on the Alaskan expe- dition for the purpose of going places seldom visited," began Will- iam F, Pinley, lecturer and explor- er, in his illustrated lecture on Al- aska last Monday evening, Febru- ary S, at seven-thirty at the Col- lege auditorium. The expedition went on a yacht which contained a crew of four men. Instead of using a gun, the hunters used a camera for hunting the kodiak bear, whales, birds, and glacier scenes. The first place visited was the Bird Islands. Mr. Finley showed pictures of various birds in differ- ent phases of their life. "The Alaskan coastline would reach around the world at the equator if it was stretched out. The coastline is mild in tempera- ture because of the Japanese gulf stream," he said. Illustrations of glaciers and ice walls thousands of feet thick were shown. The lec- turer told the life story of the sal- mon. The third part of his talk was about the kodiak bear. To get a pict...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1933

Bsaaan T VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1933. NUMBER 18 PLOWBOY This week's schedule calls for games with Daniel Baker and Ranger. Ranger recently . defeated Randolph. The Plowboys are ready for these opponents and we hope for two victories, Lieut, George M. Davis' lecture Wednesday night again proved to the students that a lecturer does not have to be a professional to give a vivid description of nature. No, not all of the lecturers are on lyceum programs. We are fortu- nate in having members of the fac- ulty who are able to instruct and entertain us with matter aside from their regular subjects. There has been some talk going around about having a freshman week in which the Fish have con- trol of the student activities. We believe this would be a good thing for the school as well as for the Freshmen. Giving the coming sen- iors an insight into the operation of somes of the student functions could not do much harm and would likely do much good. Of course the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weely by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stephenvills, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Year_—. _$B.OO ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column in oh. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarloton Station, Texas STAIT Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor , News Editor — feature Editor Sports Editor Society and Clubs Editor Eusijiess Manager .Will Port Hall - Anna Jewel Shuttlesworth Mack D. Creswell -Edwina Williams Jack Balentine Lucye Nell Yatea —Edgar Maddox Assistant Business Managers—Hersche] Collings, Blanche Burkett, and Roy Baker, REPORTERS:-—Ina Mae Tate, Roy Hornsby, Buby Jo Wise, Gone Be lew, "Waldo Reininger, Justine Limroth, Beverly Keyser, John Logan, Ethel Dean Mti'arland, Ellen Nix, Guy Blevins, Richard Jonefl. Typist: Lionell Lee. IN MEMORY OF BETTER MANNERS Is the lobby of the Dining Hall a place Jot fighting,, scuf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1933

THE J-TAG PAGE THREE People in Denmark Still Think it Very Dangerous to Roam Around in America (Memories from My School Days in Denmark) When I was five years old I was envious of my older brothers and sisters because they could go to school and I could not. Having spent about a year in school I changed my mind on the subject and from then on considered school as a necessary evil. My first school year was spent in a small rural school. My parents eventually moved to another farm and I was placed in a larger school. As luck would have it, we had dictation the first day. I had never had that before and did not know what a comma or semicolon was; consequently, I spelled out c-o-m-a, and micolon the same way. The teacher was a cranky old man who thought I was a smart aleck trying- to pull a joke on him. The result was that he nearly tore my ears from their mooring. He never did seem to get over his grudge but would punish me at the slightest provocation. One of the unwritten laws of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAC I Exploits of Mr, X t For three hours I had walked the alleys of this stinking hole where Chinatown jammed its filthy crook- ed streets into the river — walked and wondered how long it would be before one of these slit-eyed devils would slip up behind me and sink a knife in my back. I don't know how the bosa found out it was coming off on this par- ticular night; we had known for a long time that the police intended to try to intercept an extra large shipment of opium that was due to reach. San Francisco in time for the Chink'gNew Year. John Law does not care about having a bunch of reporters around to ask a lot of questions when he pulls a raid like this,< and as far as I was concern- ed, I had a whole lot rather have been sent up town to cover the fire- men's ball. The night- was unusually dark, and a heavy fog that threatened to change into a cold drizzle had roll- ed in from the bay. The streets were deserted by eight o'clock, and except for the monotonous...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1933

T T AC VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAECH 18, 1933. NUMBER 19 PLOWBOY Losing their chance at the state -tittle by being defeated by San An- gelo Junior College, the. Plowboys left the consolation for the rest of tine teams to scrap over. Bohannan was chosen all-state center on the first team, and Wolfe was placed on the second team as a guard, with Baxter also receiving forward position. The basketball season was a huge success. Only three games were lost during the season. Of those outstanding on this year's team, Cowan, captain, and Gregory will not return for the next season. Wolfe and Felk- ner are second-year men that prob- ably will return. Today marks the date of com- petition of the erack platoon with N.T.A.C. and Allen Academy. If the platoon wins they will be dis- missed from drill for nearly all the remainder of the school time. This platoon is not a flashy organiza- tion, but a platoon well drilled in the fundamentals of competitive drill. The superior excell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG "Published Weely by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Poetoffice in Stephenvills, Texas, under act of Congress 0t March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates; Per Year..— $2.00 ADVERTISING KATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texaa STAFF Editor-in-Chief ...... Will Port Hall Associate Editor Anna Jewel Shuttlesworth News Editor . Mack I>. Cresweli Peature Editor — Edwina Williama SportB Editor Jack Balentino Society and Clubs Editor Lucye Nell Yates Business Manager ....... Edgar Maddox Assistant Business Managers—Hers^hel Col lings, Blanche Burkett, and Dorothy Stock to!). REPOBTEBS:—lua Mao Tate, Boy Homsby, liuby Jo Wise, Gene Below, Waldo Heiniiiger, Justine Limroth, Beverly Keyser, John Logan, Ethel Dean MeFariand, Ellen Niz, Guy Blevias, Richard Jones, Ivan Finn el!, Bill Ban&ing, Mildred Lawsou, and 0. T. Smith. Typist: Lionel! Lee. WE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1933

THE MAC FAGE THREE tbitants of Many Countries Yearly elebrate St. Patrick's Day This Month Op ■ ui the oldest celebrations is > iial ui aint Patrick's Day, The first u t r jration was held in 1761 oil Alurch 17. England, Scotland, .ind all claim Saint Patrick 'M i native of their respective countries. All of these countries celebrate his day. This date is a national holiday for Ireland. Saint Patrick was born about 372. At the age of 16 he -was kid- napped by pirates and taken to Ireland where he was a sheepherd- er in the hills of that country. He escaped from hi a master and es- caped to the continent where he be- came a deacon, priest, and then a bishop. Saint Patrick returned to Ireland to preach to the pagan Irish. He aways wore a shamrock on his clothing' while he preached. The Irish and ali other people wear the shamrock now, just as he did, when they celebrate Saint' Pat- rick's Day. However, (the Irish wear this emblem on their bats in- stead of their clothing. Many mira...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAG AMPUS eyhole Alt the world has waked to the call oi the wild or to the call of most nigh anything, spring has came so to apeak, beer is near, and by the look on some of our faces, we may die any minute now. A couple of stout "bushwaa." More and more I am convinced that some of our fellow Plowboya were raised (not reared) in the well-known and much-talked-aboiit foam. Their intelligence is ao-o-'o great that they are even able to express themselves about the lec- tures in chapel. Now, just anybody in the world can give the razzber- ries, but it takes a plenty big man to keep from doing 30 when the lectures may be uncalled for. Imagine Kelly's embarrassment when somebody spilled gin on his only tux. 0—Hoo—Hoo. Dear, dear, such a weeping and wailing, and gnashing of teeth ov- er the loss of our {or I should say the school's) sweet little girl from Mt. Vernon. I cannot myself keep a dry handkerchief. The fitting reward for valor, ser- vice, and unconquerable spirit o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1933

T T AC > VOL. XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1933. NUMBER 20 CORPS DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT POPEEP Fellow communists, socialists, radicals, and liberals, the poirple book of John Tarleton college is to be revised. Look for the regula- tions in your party section of the new book. With the announcement that Jim Cage is to be colonel this coming school year with "Wimpy" Powell as his assistant, the school is beginning to acquirwe new life already so soon. Have you noticed the smiling' faces of Colonel Wog- and Valentine? In one of the most cojflssal sport events of the year, ■ Balentine and Logan defeated Lam- bert and Watkins in one of the fastest tiddledewink games of the season. The first quarter was play- ed on even terms. In the second quarter Lambert swatted a home- ran and Logan won the quarter mile.. The last half was a riot un- til someone stole the receiver, and the game had to be called on ac- count of gangland's activities. < The ballet dancing season was us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-T A C Published We fly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenvills Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Tear.. _$2.Q0 ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 39c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STATF The Chief. fitat Pod Pall Gny Stool Pigeon.. Staff Moll rise? Little Caesar_ .Will Port Hall -Anna Jewel Shuttleswortli Mack Creswell Edwiua William® Iiucyo Well Yates Jack Balentlao Ed Maddox The Double Cross Mouthpiece Junkie Big Shot.. Dorothy Stockton Hers eit el Collins Blonde Burkett Botoerta Clay SPECIAL ORDER NUMBER 999 What, No Beer! In view of the present conditions of degrading conduct of College students visiting the corner saloons between classes, the staff wishes to state that direct action will be taken to punish any students who attempt to inveigle staff members into drinking the vile dregs of beer. ...

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