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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1933

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE *-M-+- * +-+++-++♦+ ++-M--+-+++++ | A Cub Reporter | | BEAKS THE BRUNT + [An imaginary interview with a little freshman as to why she is here. {We will forget that Beauty is its own excuse for being).] Our young ho-peful Reporter: (With pencil poised arid general air of importance) : "What is your name, please?" Young- lady being questioned: "Annie Freshman." O. Y. H. R.: "Did you ever hear of John Tarleton before you came here?" Y. L. B. Q.: "Oh, yes, sir, but I came anyway." O. Y. H. R.: "Why did you come tt> John Tarleton?" Y. L. B. Q.: "It was either Tar- leton or Grubbs." O. Y. H. R. (After cheers have partially subsided): "Ahem! You're a very pretty little Fresh- man; I hope you haven't found any undesirables, that is to say I hope there haven't been any famil- iarities, that is to say,— Y. L. B. Q. (Calmly): "Only Mr. Brown." Reporter: "That sounds very fa- miliar. (The reporter must have his little puns.) His first name, please." Y. L. B. Q. (This wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J -TAG | GLANCING AROUND ♦ ■ In The Library | I A. Book; Worm ♦ + "Boughs are daily rifled By the gusty thieves, And the Book of Nature Getteth short of leaves." —Hood. Elizabeth Shaffer walked into the library and wanted "something good to read." Don Taylor: "Do you enjoy Kip- ling? E, 1*.: "I don't know;; How do you kippleV" We have a famous movie star in Tarleton. Or is it his double ? Any- way, it wouldn't take such a dark night,for James Thweatt to pass for Dick Powell, Mary Peyton Rattan always has plenty of time to read. Slie says she may be flunking- Chemistry, but she's having a iofc of fun any- way. She should—she reads joke books. If Coach Wisdom could see the mad scramble for English books at 5 o'clock he might be able to pick out some star football material (al- ready trained.) She was nineteen years of age, and I wag twenty-three, When we stood before the minister and heard the stern decree. We agreed to Love, Honor, and Obey — we'd promise anything just ...

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

vol.. xrv. STEPHENVHiLB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1933 HTJMBEE 4 i'LOWBOY It certainly is good to see every- one turn out for the pep-meetings. Gang, you art' showing that old Tarieton spirit. Everyone gave the yell leaders their co-operation at the game last Saturday. Give the ceam all you have and let's win that championship. The Flow hoys started the season with an 18-0 victory over Cox School of Waco. Many new men were given a chance to show what ■they couid do. Although most of the time the game was ragged, most of the boys were in there fighting. Keep it up, fellows. Students, do you ever notice the linemen in a game? Captain Hoov- er played a fine game at end for the Plowboys. Ayers played a steady, dependable, but not flashy game at the other end. Jones, Crook, Taylor, and Logan played good games on the line. Long made the best run in the baekfield when he won 40 yards through a broken field. Stapp, He- bison, and Thompson turned in steady gains in the baekfield. Some pro...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG -+++♦+++♦++++•♦+ t Published Weekly by the Students of Joha Tarleton College Entered as second-olaas mail matter at the Poatoffice in Stephenvillc, Texas, under act of Congres of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Tear <1.50 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25e column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all ocnuaunications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Btatios, Texas Hale Basfoot Martin Craddock STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Business Manager - — .Reporters: Emadelt* Marrs, Needham Homer, A. D, Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Don Chaney, Allen Z. Gamrnage, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgins, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Ollie Little, Roy Westmoreland, Kalpli Partnley, Le Roy Wells, Anton Simmons, Mildred Lawson, Mary Jo Denton, Norris Pavia, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Buth Ator, Hazel Stroudl. Advertising Solicit oik: Willie Mae Wolfe, Hersehel Collins, Tommie Hughston. Agee's Versatility Missed John Tarleton College undoubtedly lost the services of one of its most able officers w...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE TEUm EGG-LAYING CONTEST HELD; HEN PRODUCES 338 EGGS A "world's egg-laying record for all breeds and four breed records were broken when the seventh Tar- leton International Egg-Laying Contest closed September 22. A pen of White Leghorns enter- ed by W. A. Seidel, San Antonio, Bet the new -world's record for all breeds and thereby established ft breed record. The pen of 10 hens laid 2,955 eggs during the 51 weeks of the competition, and the championship hen produced 338 eggs. Preparation is being' made for the eighth contest which will open Oct. 1. It will be next to the larg- est one ever conducted by the col- lege. Forty-seven pens already have been entered, and there is toobi but for one more. The con- test will close Sept. 22, 1934. Subscribe for the J-Tac. COMPTON'S Welcome Students! Boys and girls make Compton's your headquart- ers for fishing tackle and all hardware needs. Students! We Appreciate Your Service Oar Business 0. E. STANFORD, Prop. Day and Night Taxt...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC f 4~f+4-4-*-f++ 4- + X Boarding House 1 +• +• Notes Kathryn Moore spent the week- end visiting her mother, James Soules and Wendell Ham- ilton have informed us that they like "jelly." They have eaten only three gallons the last week. Eloise Belcher spent a pleasant week-end in Palo Pinto, the guest of Frances Risch. We hear that J runs.-; Reed bump- ed his -head on the bedstead the other night, and we are afraid that he .is developing "Bonlcus of the Koiikua." Myrl Cleveland is the light house- keeper who brought her dolls along to wurd of! loneliness. This is a bright suggestion to other light housekeepers. Miss Lilliu'd: Your recitation was extremely good, Hiner. The ges- tures were particularly natural. Where did yon get them? Earl Hiner: Git what? Miss Lillard: The gestures. Earl Hiner: I ain't got the ges- tures. It's hives. Ruth Fulton visited her parents at Breckenridge last week. Lenora Hancock doesn't eat un- der the table. Does she? Is BnUtort a fish? N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 October 1933

J-TAC TO**, xrv. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBEE 14, 1933 K0MBEB 5 PLOWBOY Tha football team left yesterday for Beeatur for a night game with Decatur Baptist College. This is the first conference game for the Plow- boys. Up to date the Plowboys have won one and lost one non-confer- eji'je game. The probable starting line-up for Decatur is as follows: Breedlove, 17 !> pounds, center; Rogers, 185 pounds, left guard; Keene, 185 pounds, right guard; Clary, 195 pojunds, left tackle; Godwin, 210 pounds, right tackle; Hopson, 165 pounds, left end; Roach, 190 pounds, right end; Heatley, 170 pounds, quarterback; Roberta, 175 pounds, left half; Medley, 175 pounds, right half; and Gipson, 175 pounds, full- back. Decatur has a. fast heavy team with many individual stars. Medley is supposed to be the big shot of the backfield, although any of the others is likely to star in this game. The fine is composed mostly of vet- erans. Tarleton is taking an inexperi- enced but fighting team to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 October 1933

PAGE TWO THE MfrifT1"^7-"" TimmTII J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered aa second-class mail matter at the PoBtoffice in. StephenviBe, Texas, under act of Congres of March 3, 1879, i Subscription Bates: Per Year - Single Copies — - ..$1.50 .10 Hale Barf out .Martin Craddock kl>VEBTI8ING KATES: Local, 25ft column inch; foreign, 36e column inch. Addles? all oenunnnicatious to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager — Reporters: Kmadcle Marrs, Needbam Horner, A. D. Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Don Ghaney, Alien 7,. Gammage, Ellen Nix, ]'rie Biggins Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Ollic Little, Roy Westmoreland, Ralph Parmley, Le Koy Wells, Anton Simmons, Mildred Lawson, Mary Jo Denton, Norrjs Davis, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Euth Ator, Hazel Stroud. Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Hersehel Collins, Tommie Hughston. STAY OFF THE GRASS During the past week it became necessary for the campus men to erec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 October 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-T A C Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the PoBtoffiee in Stophenville, Texas, under act of Congres of Mil.'oh 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Year — — Single Copies - -.$1.50 ... .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 35e column inch; foreign, 30e column inch. Address all oeromiinicatwns to the J-Taa, Tarleton Station, Texas Hale Barfoot Martin Craddock STAFF Editor-in-Chief — Business Manager Eeporters: Eroadelo Maris, Needbam Homer, A. B. Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Don Chancy, Alien Z. Gammage, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgina Dorothy I/vnA Taylor, Ollic Little, Roy Westmoreland, Ralph Parmley, Le'Hoy Welle, Anton Simmons, Mildred Lawson, Mary Jo Denton, Norris Davis, Harold Beat-y, Jae.k Smith, Euth Ator, Hazel Stroud. Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Here-hel Collins, Tommie Hnghston. STAY OFF THE GRASS During the past week it became necessary for the campus men to erect wooden rails at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 October 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC f ■+■ f Who's Who On the Campus t i Strange as it may seem, we have an aviator drilling in the rear rank of'"C" Company this year. He is none other than Fish Red Lembcke, Har Har Rueker's private fresh- man, Fish Bed hails from tha great city of Fort Worth. He is in the Air Corps of Oklahoma Military Academy, where he graduated with hondrs in a- solo 'flying course. Fish Lembcke is a great military mail and has ah-eady been promised a iorp&r&lship for next year. We- have two new members on our faculty this year in the persons of Mr. Dick- Smith and Miss Sylvia Wilson. Mr. Smith is our new as- sistant registrar and Miss Wilson 13 ill tHe music department. Both are Old TarletoiuteS. Mr, Smith at- tended Tarleton for one year and then went to the' University of Tex- as, where he received his B. A, and M. A. degrees.' He was em- ployed a;; an assistant in the de- partment of government in the University for two years. He then taught in Tarleton summer school ...

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

THE J-TA VOl!, XIV. STBPHENVILIiE, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, OCT0BEB 21, 1933. OTMBBR 6, PLOWBOY Gang, the Plowboys lost a close game to Decatur Baptist College by the score ot seven to nothing last Friday night. It was a hard- fought game all the way and De- catur scored their only touchdown on a blocked punt. The boys seem- ed to think that Decatur was very lucky to win. Nevertheless we can not afford to let one defeat damp- en that old Tarleton spirit. Don't say to yourself that they have lost the first conference game and are out of the running because they are not. Anyone can back a winner. Let's show them at the next game what tile student body is composed of. Surely you are not a bunch of quitters. Let's see you at the next game. Team, don't get discouraged. Give all you've got and we will beat Grubb3 on Turkey Day. There has been talk about some of the foot- -ball players quitting- Listen, Plow- hoy 3, stay out there and show them that you are a man and not a quit- ter. Grubbs is not...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by tlie Students of John Tarleton College Entered as socond-elass mail matte* at the Postoffiee m. Stephenville, Texas, under act of C'jngrcs of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Tear Single Copies $1.50 .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, SOe column inch. Address all m-uuriuuieiitions to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-bi-Oiiiof. Business Manager Hale Barfoot Martin dradditck Reporters: Emadels Marrs, Needham Homer, A. I). Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Don Chaney, Allen Z. Gammage, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgins, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, OlUe Little, Roy Westmoreland, Ralph Parmley, Le Hoy Wells, Anton Simmons, Mildred Lawson, Mary Jo Kenton, Norris Davie, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hali Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Hcrschel CoUme, Tommie Hnghston. DEMERITS ARE COSTLY Boys and girls! Listen! This year we have acquired more de- merits since September 14 tha...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THESE t +■ CRACKS AT THE CROWD We -wish all the girls and boys would realize what a school paper realty means. We have a good one now. Let's keep it! Do your part, freshmen, and ask everyone you see if he has a subscription to the J-Tac, With all the houses that the Home Economics girls are plan- ning, we hope some will material- ize later into real homes. Lois Allen is still going horse- bock riding, but I hear she finds time to have dates with Gillette. Wonder why she raised such a fuss the other day at lunch? Could it possibly be that she liked to sit by a certain young man? Elouise, you need not think we don't see you,' we do! Why don't you come downstairs instead of let- ting hxm stand under your window ? It would be so much easier on his neck. Van and his old standby, or Is it the other way around ? We wonder. Why does Jim C. always look down on humans? Maybe he's just made that way. We wish he would- n't. Freshmen, take cave of your up- perclassmen, and seniors...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC AMBITIOUS SALESMEN HAS ARDOR COOLED A week ago last Friday night, the Pre-Waw Club sponsored a picture show at the Palace Thea- tre. Little does President McCain know it, but he had a very ambit- ious salesman on the job. One Truitt Been, being posted near the theatre, did a land-office business in his ticket-selling. Finally, after selling some forty or fifty tickets Mr. Been became quite confident that he could sell anyone a ticket. Presently, a closed car drew up alongside the curb and a man, wo- man, and a child got out of the car. "Well," thinks Mr. Been, "here's sixty more cents' for ye olde Pre-Law Club." So thinking, he accosted the man. "Would you like to buy a ticket to the show?" The man smiled, his wife smil- ed and ail expression of pity then came over their faces. Finally, the man spoke. "You wouldn't sell the manager a ticket to his own show, would you, son?" $ GLANCING AROUND . t In The Library | + By A. BOOK WORM + >4 f-fr-f-M-f-f-f+f-f i ♦ t-...

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

VOL. XIV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1933. NUMBER 1 PLOWBOY Today the Plowboys will tackle one of the hardest teams that they have played so far, the T. C. U. Polliwogs. Those boys are going into the game with the spirit and determination to show that they have that something' it takes to win. You who left before the game was over will know that they are fighting for a victory. Scott McCall, .former all-State Masonic Home back will be one of the foes the Army team will face today. Sam Bough of Sweetwater and several other future South- west Conference stars will see ser- vice on Hays Field against us to- day. Injuries will probably keep three of the Tarleton first string from seeing action. Hebisen with a bro- ken nose will be missed in the backfield, while Logan and Turner on the line are laid up with bad knees. Last week the Plowboys lost a game to A. C. C. 19 to 0. The Wildcats made one first down to five, and most of the game was played in Wildcat territory. This...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Many Faculty Members are Superstitious; Some Admit Pet Fears and Superstitions Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffieo in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Oongrea of March 3, 1879. Subscription Eatea: IVr Year .... Singlo Copies .$1.50 .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25o column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all ocimnuiiications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Hale Barfoot .-Martin Craddock Editor-in-Chief •— Business Manager UeporterB: Emadele Marrs, Needham Homer, A, D. Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Don Chaney, Allen Z. Gsmmage, Ellen Nix, Iris Iliggins, Dorothy Lynn Taylor, Ollie Little, Roy 'Westmoreland, Ralph Paimley, Le Koy Wells, Anton Simmons, Mildred Lawson, Mary Jo Denton, Norm Davie-, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall. Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Herschel Collins, James B. jDupey. ' STAY THERE TILL THE...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Mr. John P. Oliver Gives Views to Group of Interested Listeners on the Important Part the Airplane Will Play in Future Last Tuesday morning a group+low the trees, and troops thus taid- of boys were together talking about this military life of theirs and how they would enjoy continu- ing it. When the discussion was under good way, Mr. John P. Oli- ver walked by and was invited to join the discussions. Mr. Oliver is an instructor in the engineering department, a lieutenant in the re- serves, and <i graduate of A. and M. The question was brought up about airships for the purpose of combat during a war. Mr. Oliver soon showed the boys that the air- planes were almost useless in the methods of warfare. An airplane is no good except in the air, and it can not stay in the air very long; therefore the airship can not hold the captured territory. They are good for observation and destroy- ing unprotected cities. In case of a ram the airships are of no value at all, fo...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J - T AC 4- + + Here and There J Lola B. Lackey, that red demon from out west, was thrilled speech- less by a surprise from her young- er sister. Beatrice (Lanky) Gibson's mo- ther visited her over the week end. Mr. Blackwell left the ladies around these parts flat for the marvels of the State Pair at Dal- las. By the way, Bobbie, me boy, perhaps you can tell us who the gentleman was that woke up in the Metropolitan Hotel and thought he wa3 in jail. Maybe it was force of habit; who knows? The Mr. Skipper Howard was aaid to have blessed other parts of the state with his presence over the week end. Hoot Douglas also gave other sections of this wild and wooly Texas a break by appearing there. Yep, at Dallas. It's a habit. And there is Mr. Dutton amid the sights of the. Fair. Norris Davis and Marlill Henry, two of a kind, showed their visiting parents the campus of Tarleton Sunday. Among those present in Fort Worth last week were Garner, Far- ley, Will Rogers and Jack Hill...

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

J-TAC VOL. XIV. STEPHENVIIiL'E, TEXAS, SATUEPAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1933 NUMBER 8 PLOWBOY Students, the Plowboys really played football last Saturday against the T .C. XJ. Freshmen. No one could gripe about that game. The T. C. U. Wogs have some of last year's outstanding high school stars. The Plowboys were out- classed and had to play heads up football to hold the score as low as it was. The team had that spirit and the students caught it too. Keep it up and the Plowboys will show you something yet. The Wogs had several outstand- ing stars. Sandy Hagler is one of the most promising' centers in the Southwest. Wallis turned in an ex- tra good game at end. "Cotton" Harrison, Baugh, and "Donkey" Roberts showed up well in the backfield. Baugh can make a foot- ball do everything but sing. Many of the fans were disappointed be- cause Scott McCall, last year's all- state back from Masonic Home, did not star. McCall was playing blocking half-back and was not given a chance to run with the ball. T...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC AMPUS ey hole Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as seeond-elasa mail matter at the Portoffi.ee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congres of' March 3, 1S79. Subscription Bates: Per Year - Single Copies ..$1.50 ___ ,10 ADVERTISING RATES; Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column ineh. Address all communications to the J-'l'ae, TaTleton Station, Tnsiia STAFF Editor-in-Chief - —- Hale Bajfoot Business Manager — Martin Craddock Eepprters: Emadele Mnrrs, Needham Hornor, A. D. Livingston, Alice Hamilton, 'Margaret Harris, Don Chancy, Allen 55. Gamraage, Ellen Nix, Iris Iliffffi us, Ollie Little, Boy Westmoreland, Ralph Parmlcy, Lc Boy Wells, Anton Simmo.ns, Mildrnd Lawson, Marv Jo "Denton, Norris Davis, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Ilazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, Re- becca. Robinette. j Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Herschel Collins, James B. Dapuy. IN GENERAL The students have repeatedly been "chewed-out" recently ...

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