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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1933

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE POIPLE BOOKflULES ENTIRELY REVISED The Poiple Book is no more. The rules in the Poiple Book were of- ten broken, in fact they were al- most always broken. The new rule book, which will be called the Gold- en Book will be the only book of laws in the world which is never violated. Among the new rules are the fol- lowing : Any student found in his room before eleven-thirty p, m. will be dropped from the school.1 Cigarette smoking is positively compulsory. Dances will be held twice a week and will be compulsory for all stu- dents. Students may not attend more than four classes each semester "without a special permit from the Dean. All notices posted on the bulletin board are to be read, laughed at, and forgotten. They are only jokes anyhow. Posting any improper writing is welcomed by the regis- trar. The officer of the day is required to escort young1 ladies to the show and usher when' needed. He is also required to direct students to the various speakeasies and ac...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC + + ♦ SOCIETY J.A.P. PARTY IS TERRIBLE DECLARE THE GUEST The J.A.P.'s injoyed another good dance in the gymnasium last Fri- day evining, March 24. The decora- tions were illustrative spring, green onions and lettuce being seen in profusion over the hall. Herman \Waldman and his orchestra furn- ished soul-stirring- music and his floor show gave some fast and hot Numbers that were enjoyed much- ly. The Torch Singer, (Lucille Bled- soe) sang1 the thrilling number, "Around Her Neck She Wore a Yel- low Ribbon," during the intermis- sion, At twelve everyone went to the new million-dollar open swim- ming pool, where they enjoyed to the fullest extent all the pleasures to be derived from swimming un- der the moonlight. What-a-man Brooks stood up to his nanrfe by proving that he is the- undisputed champion in the water, This was shown by his performing many (liv- es and stunts never seen before, also, by the shouts and cheers and the masses of flowers thrown by all the sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1933

T A Ji J!ri^ ¥0L, XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1933. NUMBER 21 PLOWBOY 'X/'B completion of the '32-33 sports calendar finds the Plowboys possessing two championships, con- ference champions in track and in golf. The Plowboys reached the semi-finals in football and the fi- nals in basketball. The success of this year'a track team can be giv- en to Captain Taylor and Coach Frazier, who moulded a team from freshmen and five lettermen that would be a credit to any senior col- lege. Giving the champion Texas Con- ference Howard Payne Yellow Jackets a hard meet and losing- by 2% points, the team went on and swamped A. and M. and Weather- fotd. Taylor sacrificed his chances to lower his record in the 880 by run- ning1 the anchor lap on the medley relay team. Running the 880 as an- chor man, he clicked the distance off in two minutes flat, beating his record in 880 by 2.6 seconds. Mar- shall and Harris were the greatest surprises, both came through la great style in the confe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-T A C +-+-H- +■ + ■>-+•+ + f + + 4- + + V++>+++ | BALZAC J +■++■♦>■♦++■+++++•+>-f++++++4-t (NOTE: Slangy espieseiuus require an author's j apology, perhaps, lint Vrithout ju occasional xcf- | orence to iheni one «:anuot depict true hiiujao I nature.) I now, nor will be drink to his health again, for Balzac is dead!—Ernest Arfken, PENSIVE MOOD IJublislied Weely fey the Students of* John Tarleton College Entered aa seconil-elasa mail matter at the Postofflcio in Stephen villa, Texas, under act of Congress of Marih 3, 1879. Subscription Rates; Per Year — ..$3.00 ADVERTISING KATES; Local, 25c column inj-.1i; foreign, 3Ue column inch. Address all communications to tlie J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF 33ditor-in-CMef Will Port Hall Associate Editor ___ . Anna Jewel Shuttleswortli News Editor — —Maek 1). CreswelJ Feature Editor Edwina Williams Sports Editor Jack Balentine Society and Clubs Editor .. .—tiucye Nell Yates Business Manager. . Edgar Maddos Assist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1933

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE re-.reajKrraxrfrCT ffiremivRre 4 + f+ + *f++ + * + 4- + + +f ♦ + *+++ ~¥ Exploits of Mr. X The J. T. A. C. Service Station T-P Gas and Oil : G.&J. Tires and Tubes. T. M, Gordon, M. D. SEE US When you want to sell it, ami com? when you want to buy it. LIVfNGSTON BARGAIN HOUSE STEPHENVILiE, - TEXAS W. F. WILSON JEWELER HAS MOVED TO EAST SIDE OF SQUARE (Conclusion) Many strange stories poured from the lips of that poor devil that night; stories of the lives of my friends; and how he knew all he told me, I could only guess. Was it the gin that I kept giving him that fired his imagination'? Dili it all come to him because his feeble old brain was still under the influ- ence of opium ? Or was it some su- per-natural power that he had been gifted with ? Perhaps the strangest tale that, he unfolded to me was the descrip- tion of a great institution. As near- ly as 1 Can remember, his words were as follows: "On a grass covered hill down in Texas there rises up before...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC triilf awi'mwrannlBn-w MANY NEW OFFICERS NAMED WHEN FINAL IS McCormick and Rippey Are Pro- moted to }>!': Lieutenant Colonels. Ma, lor Weldon Rippey unci Ma- jor M. D. McCormick were pro- moted to be lieutenant colonels in special order No. 18, which was issued by the P. M. S. & T. on May 4. Other promotions and assign- ments were: to ■ be majors, first battalion staff, Captain Walter Haynes; second battalion staff, Captain Edgar Headers; to be captains: First Lieutenant, Carl Hardin, band; Second Lieutenant, Jessie Sherrod, Company D; Sec- Olid Lietutenant, Keith Kelley, Vi- dette Company; First Lieutenant, Harold B catty, regimental staff. To be first lieutenants: First Sergeant Gregory Leuty, Company B; First Sergeant George Rucker, Band; Sergeant Bert L. Black- burn, Company C to be second lieutenants: First Sergeant Har- vey D. Jones, Vidette company; First Sergeant Malcolm Dobbins, company D Sergeant Harmon T. Allen, Company D; Cadet Frank Barrett, C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 June 1933

J-TAC VOL- XIII STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1933 NUMBER 22 table™ students and teachers join iii gamesand songs Firsit Play Night Is Great Success; Music Competition Nest Week Coach Wisdom showed hia abil- ity as an entertained Thursday wight as he directed the teachers and students who gathered in Hunewell Park to play. While the Froh brothers played the piano, a game of introduction was played, and everyone became acquainted. Many different games ware played, punch was served, and Mr. Gough led the crowd in several songs. Be- cause Dean Davis was unable to attend, several songs were sung on the lawn of his home. Next Thursday night's enter* tainmcnt will be music, and Mr. Wisdom urged everyone to come and take part The program will be in the form of a contest between those who take part. Not only are the parties enjoyable, but they furnish a means of recreation and association with students and tea- chers. Neighborhoods, boarding houses, Classes, or other groups may ent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 June 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Collage Entered as seeoncl-elaaa mail mutter at the Postoffieo in Stephonville, Texas, under net of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Year., ..$2.00 ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30i: column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas. STAFF Waldo Itrhuugm- Hal'1 Barfoot and Marion Short Blanche Burke tt Roberta Clay Ruby Jo Wise, Mzic-kie Boswel!, Coleman Newman, Aliile Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors Business Manager Faculty Sponsor Reporters: M'jody, Margaret Ilarris, Hoyte Sessions. Assistant Business Managers ...Tommy Ilughgtott and Loy Gene Brown LETS PLAY Play Night! Those two words are familiar to everyone since Tarleton had its first "Play Night" at Hunewell Park last Thursday evening from 7:45 to 9:30. "Play' Night" refers to the gathering of the summer school students one evening every week for the purpose of entertainment and of better ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 June 1933

THE J-TAG PAGE THREE jwawreaia Student's Exam Where did Mercile Donnie-hoe? What did Jean Rus-tle? Of what country was Jessie King? Will Aline be a Harper when she dies? Ona Dell weighs an Ash-ton They say Aline is Moody. Does Hazel really peddle milk in a Milk-can (Millican) Zell has a Cowlick. Is Lona really Wood? Can Charlotte climb an Oake? Virginia's most severe oath is "Great Scott." If Toots had a boat, she Wood- row, if she had a lake to row it on. They say Olga is an expert Bow- man. Ruby Jo is the one Wise person here. And Marion is the shortest of the Short. Does Hoyte know anything: about the Sessions of the Freshman Leg- islature of the Dump? And Hazel is the Porter in our hall! Is Aline a good Weaver? What did Bill Wa'sh? Dooley's name is Avvful Red! And W. A.'s nose looks that way because he tried to Curry a mean mule. Tommy ate a Huge-ton of ice cream. Alden is Jack's-son. DR. J. S. DANIEL, Opt. Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Orr Building South Side Square ELLIS INSU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 June 1933

¥>AGE POUR THE J-T AC >■4 4 f 4-4-f EXES A.WD WHAT THEY ARE DOING I j Bessie McGonagill, '31, is prin- cipal at Vancourt. Ernst Otte ia going to teach near Brady. V. D. Bowers is teaching at Pe- toso. James H. Stewart is principal at Aledo. "~ J. Rice Findley, a former stu- dent at Tarleton, has just received the M,A, degree from the Univers- ity of Texas, and has accepted the THE MAJESTIC THEATRE # Sun:-Mon.-Tues., Maurice Chevalier in "A BED-TIME STORY" ♦ Wednesday: Spencer Tracy in "ME AND MY GAL" $ Thursday and Friday, ' Loretta Young in "ZOO IN BUDAPAST" Saturday, ^ James Dunn In "HELLO, SISTER" asesKBSHaa saperintendency for another year at Streetman. Roy Cloud is principal at Roan- oke. He ia a married man now, Charles Willis has signed anoth- er contract with the Pan-American Oil Company. At present he i3 sta- tioned at Aruba, Dutch West In- dies. Charles Ward, '30, has returned from Panama and is with the R. P. C. Ben Burgess, '30, has returned from Honduras and is a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1933

n 7Ci. xxv. STEPKBNVHiIJG, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1933 KtfMBEB I flowbot 3&&B With the host of husky looking* material, Coaches Wisdom and Sanders are working to build an- other football team that will be hard to atop. Out of the fifty four men that are trying* for the squad only eleven will go on the field, but they will have a reserve from those that are putting forth their best efforts although they will not be classed sis a regular. Captain Hoover, end, Goldth- waite, is looking fine to start the season off at end. Other old squad veterans back are Chink Palmer, half; Logan, guard; Stapp, half; Pennington, tackle. Besides these lettemien the following old men are out; Hebisen, full; Bob Ayers, end; Adams, half; Sparks, guard; Miller, tackle; Boharmon, end; Yeary, end; Thompson, full; Ed Word, half; Ray Couser, quarter. Prospective talent that good things are expected to develop from includes Haworth, W axahaehie, half; Taylor, Breckenridge, guard; Butler, Graham, cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1933

PAGE TWO THE J -T AC ■■ 1' —'' «**** Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenvitte, Tbx;is, under act of Corigres of March 3, 3879. S'ubsiirjption Rates; Per Year — ^1,50 At)VRftTfSTT?G RATES: 1, column tnc-l>; foreign, column inch. Address all acmmuiueations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief _ Hale Karfoot Business Manager - Guy Blevins Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Herath el Collings, Martin Crad- . dock, Alice Hamilton, Tommy Hughston. Reporters: Will Port Hall, Mildred Lewson, Margaret Harris, Evelyn Shine, Alice Hamilton, X>orothy Lynn Taylor, Don Clianey, Ellen Nix, ' 1 Allen Z. Gamma ge, Mary Jo Denton, Hazel Stroud, Harold Beaty. Typists: Iris Iliggins, Clifton Andrews. TO THE NEW STUDENTS AND THE OLD We, the members of the J-Tac staff, wish to express our wel- come to each student, new and old. We are glad to have you with us and we are going to stri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1933

THE J-TAG PAGE THEEE r f New Faces ABOUT THE CAMPUS Freshmen are plentiful this year. Seniors ought to be able to get out of a lot of work if they take ad- vantage of their newly acquired authority as upperclassmen. Mary Jo Denton and Evelyn Shine are two fish who are already showing the old Tarleton spirit by co-opei" atmg with the J-Tac staff. Vivian Ham mack, a fish who is Dorothy Lynn's cousin, has been seen around. Will Fish Hamraack be an- other Dorothy Lynn? Billie White is a freshman, but his face has been seen over at the Varsity too much to be called a new one. Pish Nye during registration seemed to be showing quite a bit of interest in another freshman. Clint Wolston is back. It seems that when he was here before he was a yell leader. Beverly Keyser, Ina Mae Tate, and Rumbo Cage, seniors last year, are back. Some Fort freshmen ar& Glen Pack, Ben Cook, B. E. Blanton, and Kenneth Msclemore, Dump fresh- men—Margaret Pruitt, Erma Nel! Covey, Martha Gaines, Clarice Jones, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1933

PAGE FOUR lirjtHi 1 THE J-T AC ftTrTTrfnfiT1 arttt-m'arriM Listen, Plowboy— (Continued from page one) The crop of tennis players is sprouting forth in a fine way for future battles with other schools for the championship. Thweatt, Rushing', and Craddock are letter- men back to defend their rights. Thweatt is serving his second year as captain of the team. Other old men are Jackson and Wood. Sever- al new men who were district champs in high school last year vvil be out and the lettermea are expecting aome stiff competition for their places on the team. Ac- cording to Coach 3. E. Oliver the team will start fall workout in a few days. It will sponsor a show next month to raise funds for its needs and every student should support them willingly. , All old lettermen are going into practice with blood in their eye for Grubbs. Coach Frazier will have Captains Harris and Davis back to lead the following trackstera on to another state championship: Hamilton, Marshall. Bay Couser, Longley, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1933

vol.. xrv. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1933. iNUMBEB a PLOWBOY Freshmen, be at the pep meetings. (ii case you don't know it, that "Old Tarieton Spirit" is a tradition, not only here but at other schools also. You are the ones to carry it on. Let's see you at every pep ral- ly. Tarieton has won many champion- ships in the past, and we are count- ing on a championship team this year. Although most of them are green material, they are rapidly rounding into shape. They are put- ting out their best, and are going to win the first game Saturday week. Students, there are eleven men on the football team. You could pick eleven ail-American players and without that "Twelfth Man" I doubt if they would win many games. A team must have the student body behind it to get any place. The play- ers really appreciate your support. Be out at the game and give them all you have. If you possibly can, buy an. athle- tic ticket. It. is only $3.50 and it entitles you to see all the football gam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC riinii¥rfr^Trrar"~^TJ-TTtJyJpa™a""n" Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter ;>t the Postoffiee in, StepheiivilJe, Texas, under act of Congres of Marclx 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Year $1.50 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all ocmnmnieations to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Hale Barfoot Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mao Wolfe, Heraehel Collinga, Martin Crad- dock, Alice Hamilton, Tommy Hughston. Reporters: Will Port Hall, Mildred Lawson, Margaret'Harris, Evelyn Shine, Allen 55. Gamomgci, Mary Jo Denton, Hazel Stroud, Harold Beuty, Ruth Ator, A, D. Livingston, L, O. Little, Anthon Simmons, Hoy Westmureland. Typists: Iris Higgins, Clifton Andrews, FRIENDLINESS AT TARLETON Friendly spirit! That is something Tarleton can boast of and every newcomer notices it. Not every college possesses such an admirable quality. It must be catching,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1933

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole From all reports it appears that the gentleman is not the only one able to find out things of interest. This column (for those who are new here) is to give the lowdown on things that happen, and satisfy the human nature of the students on the campus. It tells the pranks, etc., that everyone openly wishes to keep secret, but in reality is dying to let the world know about it. A certain per cent of the tiah still have a lot to learn, even if they act as if they "were the cock of the old -walk when they defy the rules and old customs. Who would go stepping out last Saturday night, but Mrs. Bledsoe's little daughter, Lucille. And what Office up-stairs First State Bank Building STEPHENVILLE PRINTING- COMPANY Commercial Job Printing HOWDY, STUDENTS!! Go on and break all the Furniture —We Can Fix It WOODWORK and FURNITURE SHOP James Smith, Owner WELCOME STUDENTS Good sandwiches, cold drinlcs, and plate lunelies. We will appreciate your patronage THE MILL D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J -T AC raw:*1- FACULTY RECEPTION WAS A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIK The faculty reception for college students Monday night at Hune- well Park was a most enjoyable af- fair. The park was beautifully de- corated with colored lights. A pro- gram was given from the band stand. Fish Gamer and Fish Gregg gave several vocal and piano num- bers. Mr. Gough also sang. Miss Lillard and Mary Fae Banks gave groups of readings. The Tarleton Violin Quartet played two num- bers. Mr. Gough led the crowd in an informal "sing-song." After the program, everybody was directed to find his fortune before being serv- ed refreshments. When the fortunes had been found—in paper sacks at the entrance—the group was serv- ed refreshments from attractive ta- bles. oamr ness had been transacted, gaines were played and refreshments serv- ed BAPTIST STUDENTS ENJOY PARTY AT THE DEAN'S HOME A social was given by Dean Da- vis, Mrs. Davis, Miss Westbrook, and Miss King last Tuesday eve- ning at seven o'clock on Dea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1933

HE J-TAC vol. xrv. STEPHENVIZJJe, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1933. NUMBER 3. PLOWBOY Students, do you have that old Tar.wton spirit? If you do not, you ar<j in the wrong school. You are certainly missing something very important in your education if you are not active in school activities. Take time from your studies and come to the pep meetings. You won't regret it. Everyone should be at the game this afternoon. This is the first time this year you will have a chance to see your football team in action. Be there 100 per cent. Every Grubbs student has bought an athletic ticket. Let's show them something. 'L'hji boys will sit together, and the 'girls will sit together. This giv- es a. much better effect from the other aide. Students, watch your yell leader and give him your whole-hearted support. T&rleton has a promising' array of freshman backfield stars, as well as old men, Couser, Howard, and Long seem to have the inside track ■jn the quarterback's position. Con- nell, Word...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1933

PAGE TWO THE J'TAC aaeu! MV.-L^UIS Published Weekly by tho Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee ip. Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congres of March 3, 187&. Subscription Bates: Per Year $1.50 A.D"VERTISING BATES: Local, 25c- column inch; foreign, 30e column inch. Address all ocmnnmications to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief - — Hale Bnrfoot Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Hersehel Colliuga, Martin Crad- doek, Alice Hamilton, Tommy Hughston. Reporters: Will Port Hnll, Mildred Lawson, Margaret Harris, Evelyn Shine, Allen Z. Gammage, Mary Jo Denton, Hazol Stroud, Harolrl Beaty, Ruth Ator, A. I). Livingston, L. O. Little, Anthon Simmons, Roy Westmoreland, Ralph Parmley, Emadele Marrs. Typists: Iris Iliggins. BE A GOOD SPORT This afternoon the Plowboys take the field against a te.^m from Cox's School of Waco, A football game, or any athletic compe- tition, is deemed by the average person to be a ...

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