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

THE J-TAC PAGE3 THREE: ...... | Who's Who | •f On the Campus + U ♦ ut The students of John Tarleton are always eager to hear of the success of their fellow students. Here are the names of the presi- dents of the various clubs on the campus. Comanche County Club, Frances Coley; Z. G. Club, Margaret Dea- kins; J. A. P. S., Lucille Bedsoe; Engineers Club, Byron Miller; 0. W. L. S., Mae Evelyn White; Tal- ons, William H. Smith; Pre-Law Club, Robert McCain; Aemeand- ers, Maurice Hoover; Officers' Club, Arden Lewis; Lucky Thir- teen, Bob Ayers; Aggettes, Mary Fae Banks; Les Lunettes, Dorothy Taylor; S. 0. S., Vonda Porter; Heart of Texas Club, James E. Briggs; Sons of Tarleton, Hal Thomas; Press Club, Ina Mae Tate. Mr. Mc Sweeny, who has been Mr. Mae to math students for the past eleven years in Tarleton, is one of the outstanding campus fig- ures. His sly glances and ingenious remarks have been confined to the math department during the per- iod he has taught in college, but in days gone...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC The Gym Under Disguise, Provides Place For the Meeting of the East and West and North and South at Halloween Party We are bore some enough with- out speaking in riddles, but when la a gym not a gym, cadets not cadets, and co-eds not co-eds? Yes, gentle reader, Halloween, and where were you on the night of October 31? The gym, artfully disguised by means of orange and black stream- ers and various emblems of the oc- casion, made a lovely setting for a most versatile scene at the an- nual Halloween festival. Colonial ladies and painted womeij, gyp- sies, Boy Scouts, pirates, Indian? clowns, Spaniards, and hoboes mingled democratically. Dorothy Cheek looked like the Devil and got first prize for appropriateness; Nick Keith, dressed as an Indian chief, received first place for boys. Aubrey Crockett and Shirley Da- vis won first as the funniest boy and girl. Shirley looked as if she might have had a better time at the corn-huskings forty years ago, but Aubrey was stil...

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

VOL, XIV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1933. NUMBER 0 PLOWBOY The Plowboys really covered themselves with glory last Satur- day, Minus three first string play- ers. who were ineligible because of grades, the Plowboys held the pow- erful Schreiner eleven to a score- less tie, Schreiner has beaten the Texaa B team and every other team they have played except Tarleton. !Teo Wee" Beard, all-state back, from Austin High School two years ago, was the outstanding star for Schreiner. Gunter and Kinard look- ed exceptionally well for Tarleton. All the Plowboys played good gaines. The Weatherford Coyotes come to Tarleton for a game with the Plowboys Saturday afternoon. The Weatherford coach wrote Coach Wisdom that a large number of "Weatherford supporters were com- ing' over with the team. Students, you would feel funny if there were more people on the east side than there were oil the west side. Let's be out there 1.00 per cent and show the Plowlpoys that we are really behind ...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Stephenville College Established 1893 Became John Tarleton College in 1895 Made Branch of Texas A. and 31. in 1917 Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered aa second-class mail matter at the Postollice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congres of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Year Single Copies _$1,50 .10 ADVERTISING KATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all oemmunieations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Majiagsr.. Hale Barfoot Martin Craddoek Reporters: Emadelo Marrs, Needham Hornet, A. D. Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Don Chaney, Allen Z. Gammage, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgins, Ollie Little, Boy Westmoreland, Ralph Parmley, Le Soy Wells. Anton Simmons, Mildred Laweon, Mary Jo Denton, Norris Davis, Harold Bcaty, Jack Smith, Kutli AtOr, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, Re- becca Hobinotte. Advertising Solicitors: Willie Mae Wolfe, Herschel Collin3, James B. D...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE ■society NEW SOCIAL CLUB, DAU TA'S IS ORGANIZED AT TARLETON A group of girls, sponsored by Mrs. Richardson, have organized a new social club. They are to be known as the Dau Ta's. Their first business meeting was held last Tuesday night. The offi- cers were elected as follows: presi- dent, Opal Butler; vice-president, Wanda Bacon; secretary-treasurer, Carolyn Slaikeu. A list of the mem- bers will be announced later. MUSICAL PROGRAM GIVEN AT F, A. CLUB MEETING A musical program was present- ed at the Pine Arts Club meeting Tuesday evening. The program follows: "Love's Old Sweet Song" (Molley), Anil Thurman; "Serenade" (Schubert), Jennie Vern Cromwell; "A Bowl of Roses" (Clarke), Mereiie Dona- ho; "Dorothy" (Smith), "Rising Sun" (Tourjsoun), "Edelweiss Glide" (Vauderback), Betty Kay; "The Big Bass Singer" (Ralfe), Evelyn Stone; "Lucy Locket" (Wil- liams), Maxine Stracener. O.W.L.S. CLUB ENJOYS PICNIC AT COLLEGE FARM The college farm was the scene of another deligh...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC SOUTHWESTERN GETS GiASSBUJMMT ■ The contract for ■ the engraving in the 1933-34 Grassburr has been let to the Southwestern Engraving ■ Company. The Stafford Engraving Company also made a bid for eon- contract. The earlier the students get their pictures made for the annual the greater the discount will be. The staff is planning to send off as many pictures as possible be- fore December 15. Here and There The Talons Club is 100 per cent for Tarleton, Members are going in mass formation to help the Plowboys swamp Grubbs. Will you be there? {You'd better.) May Smith, the smiling Fort Worthian, again visits the home town—and the girl friends. Gadis Wittjen is expected to make his appearance at the Dump Saturday night. A certain young Jady is expecting him—so sea his pals. Bob Allen was the loyal son go- ing to Kerrville. Yeah, to see the game. Cayce, Iris H.'s great big hero, is limping. He played about a min- ute in the last game. Miss Gibson—tall, dark and handsome...

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

& VOL, XIV. STEPHENVII,LE, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1933. NXTMEEB 10 PLOWBOY The score went haywire again with the T. M. C. Bulldogs on the long- end of a 13-to-0 count. In the first ten minutes of the game Judd, left end for the Bulldogs, dashed 35 yards for the first touchdown. The other score came later in the game. The Plowboys rallied several times, but the pace dragged. All the members of the club played good ball, but the decisive punch was lacking to put the ball over. Everybody did his best with Kin- ard and Stapp having only a slight edge on the rest of the boys in the backiield. Crook, Logan, Taylor, and Cox did good work, with the others trailing- close behind. In the last few minutes of the game the Flowboys were in a po- sition to score, but the whistle end- ed the game after several line plays failed to get through. Hoover stepped out as a ball- carrier yesterday afternoon and was fairly successful with it. Well, the Army team plays the Ranger Junior College ...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-T AC Published Weekly hy tie Students of John Tarleton College Entered as seeond-elasa mail matter at the Postofflce in Stephen ville, Texas, under act of Congres of March 3, 1879, Subscription Sates: Per Year - Single Copies $1.50 10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25e column i-udi; foreign, 30e column inch. Address nil oemmunieationg to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief — Hale Barfoot Associate Editor - Mildred Lawson Feature Editor _ , — - Emadele MarrB News -Editor .... Lois Allen Society Editor _ - Mary Jo Denton Exchange Editor — - Roy Westmoreland Importers: Necdham Horner, A. D. Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Ellon Nix, Iris Higgins, Ralph Parmley, Le Boy Wells, Norm Davis, Ilarold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, and Rebecca feohinette. _ Business Manager Martin Craddock Assistant Business Managers: Hersehol Gollings, James B. Dui)uy, Willie Mae Wolfe. ' LET'S GO TO GRUBBS It is the tendency of student...

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

THE J-TAG PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Dump Girls Bury Whoopee, Rhapsodical Son of Mom Boisterous and Dad Demerit After flunking two tests, I do not feel bo hot on spreading' the slams and slush this week, but here goes. Greater love hath no man than to grow a beard for his football team. Mustache and whiskers, is the theme song of the men now. Why not make the women realize that the cave-men are not all dead. That also reminds me, why not have a new deal and make the wo- men pay the way as some of the guys are realizing- the monotony of the old system. Some would like to repeat last Sunday night. Pat Walker White, better known as Billy, has been up to a little plumbing job, quite a bit. Kathleen Moss seems to like it, so it seems. It happened to me one time and it can happen to you. Baxter seems to be making a good start, three nights in a row, and out. If I were not afraid to, I would tell some guy I know, to tell his femine how the cow ate the cab- bage. Providing of course she did me...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC 4- TALK ON THE i TALKIES i ♦ MM' Perhaps you feel that life is get- ting a little tame and commonplace and you need something to stir up a few thrills. Do you think that a trip to the frozen north -would do it? Go to the Palace Saturday night and watch Rod LaRoque, Ma- jor Ernst Udet, and Leni Richen- stahi in "S. 0. S. Iceberg," a pic- ture you wouldn't believe if you didn't see it yourself. There isn't however, much plot, it is chiefly the adventures of a lost expedition struggling for life on an iceburg. The best part, and the most unfor- gettable part, of the picture is the rfcenery. If you don't feel the need of thrills but prefer humor instead, see "Tillie and Gus" at the Majes- tic Saturday night. W. C. Fields and Allison Skipworth, as well as Uaby LeEoy, are in it. Baby Le- Uoy, you remember, is the little baby who made such a big success in "Bedtime Story." You've heard about that, haven't you? Maybe you've heard about "Ann Yickers," too. Sinclair Lewis ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 November 1933

VOL, XIV. 8TEPKENEVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1933. JTUMBEE 11. lie Arlingtonward For Thanksgiving Game BUSES AHDPRIVATE CONVEYANCES WILL TAKE TARLETONITES PLOWBOY NEGRO SINGERS WILL Students, I believe that we are going to win the game Turkey Day. Coach Wisdom still believes that Tarleton will win; Captain Hoover still believes Tarleton will ■win, the whole team believes they will win; and the student body and faculty believe Tarleton will have Hornet meat on Turkey Bay. When I say the coach and the 'team say they ate going to win, they don't say so in a half-hearted way just because that is the right thing to say. They say it because they ab- solutely believe it. Let's go over and see it well done. Coach Wisdom said that N.T.A. C. never had beaten a team of his since he had been working at Tar- leton and that he did not intend to let them start this year. You have heard the old saying that history repeats itself haven't you, well, Tarleton has won the last four gtunes and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 November 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-T AC AMPUS eyhole Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in. Stephen villa, Texas, under act of Congres of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates: Per Year Single Copies $1.50 .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25e column inch; foreign, 30e column inch. Address all oemmunieations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor „ Feature Editor News Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor Halo Barfoot Mildred Lawson .... Emadele Mm its Lois Allen Mary Jo Denton Koy Westmoreland Reporters: Needhsim Horner, A. D. Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgins, Ralph Parmlcy, Lt! Eoy Wells, Norris D.i vis, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth A tor, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, and Rebecca Robinette, Business Manager Martin Craddoek Assistant Business Managers: Herschel Ceilings, James B. Dupuy, Willie Mao Wolfe. A REAL THANKSGIVING This is the last J-Tac that will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 November 1933

THE J-TAG PAGE THREE MYSTERY IS SOLVED; CAR BELONGS TO COOK Whose big black car is that? Everyone who passes wants to know whose car is the biff black Graham Paiffe which is parked every day from daylight till dark in the drive just beyond the Dining Hall. It would pro- bably win in a contest for the best looking1 car parked daily on the Tarleton Campus, but whose is it? The question has been asked and asked again, and still many are seeking the ans- wer. It hag become a big mys- tery, because no one sees it go and come—it is there when stu- dents come; it Is still there when they go. But at last the mystery has been solved and the answer is being presented here for the benefit of those who are still pondering the mystery. It belongs to Sherman, who is one of the colored cooks at the Dining Hall. + + SOCIETY MRS. RICHARDSON HONORS DAU TAS WITH A PARTY Mrs. Swan Richardson entertain- ed with a bridge-forty-two party Saturday night at her home hon- oring the Dau Tas. The presidents of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 November 1933

PAGE FOUE THE J-TAC Faculty and Advertisers Are Behind The Plowboys. Students, Are You? BEAT GRUBBS! John Akey General Blacksmithing Acetylene Welding BEAT GRUBBS! Stephenville Bakery BEAT GRUBBS! We're Behind You DAVIS AND LOCKHART The Palace Confectionery So With You, Boys. Let Grubbs Have It in the Neck! PIGGLY-WIGGLY Plowboys, Swamp N. T. A. C. ELLIS INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AND LOANS RADIO ELECTRIC SHOP Beat Grubbs, Plowboys! We're With You! ft- Cross Drug Store Plowboys, Let's Beat Grubbs! PHONE 36 Plowboys! Snap into It Like the Ford V-8 and Beat Grubbs REID SALES COMPANY SERVICE DRUG STORE Beat N.T.A.C., Plowboys We Are Behind You! YEAH, PLOWBOYS, BEAT PLOWBOYS, YOU MUST BEAT GRUBBS BAXLEY STUDIO HOORAY!! FOR OUR SIDE Shout The Tidings Far and Wide ONYETARLETON! ONTO VICTORY College Store mnifnininiiiiiiiiiiiii in Yea! Plowboys! Beat N. T. A. C. YOUR FRIENDS Gig 'Em, Plowboys! This ad sponsored and paid for by the following faculty members: Dean Davis Dean Ferguson Charlie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1933

J-TA VOXi. XIV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1933. NUMBER 12. <79/ ) ) \ PLOWBOY Listen, gang, football season is over and most of the excitement has died down. However, looting back over the season's record, we find that it was not such a bad season after all. Football is a fun- ny game. Tarleton tied three of the strongest teams in the state. Schreiner was considered the strongest junior college team in the state and we tied them. We tied Ranger and Ranger beat Deea- tur; yet Decatur beat us, The 0 to 0 tie with N.T.A.C. helped to strengthen athletic relations with them. Next year we hope to beat them when they come to Tarleton. Well, basketball season is here now and it looks as if Tarleton is going to enjoy a successful sea- son. There are several lettermen back as well as some promising freshmen. Let's support the basket- ball team as we did the football team, and I feel sure that it will be a different story when N.T.A.C. comes over to play basketball. —JINX V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1933

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC AMPUS eyhole Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postofiiue in Steplienville, Texas, under act of Congres of March 3, 1879. ' " ~~ . $1.50 Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copiea ADVERTISING KATES: Loeal, 25e column inch; foreign, 30e column inch. Address all oemmunieations to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor - Feature Editor News Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor Hale Barfoot Mildred Lawson Emadele Marrs Lois Allen _ Mary Jo Denton Eoy Westmoreland Reporters: Needham Horner, A. T). Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harria, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgins, Ealph Parmley, Le Boy Wells, Norris Davis, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, and Rebecca Robinette, Business Manager —-— Martin Craddock Assistant Business Managers: Herachel Ceilings, James B. Dupuy, Willie Mae Wolfe. MERRY CHRISTMAS A few days ago, a little girl on the ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1933

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE x CRACKS | t AT the crowd I Beaty has it had again, this time with Mary Love Griffith. They aie as sweet as love birds get, and do they bill and coo? Found on the J-Tae file: "To Whom It May Concern: "Bo it known that we DO NOT have the S. A. Our friendship is purely platonic. Beverly Keyser, Mack Creswell, Esq." Really, that is one way of break- ing into print. Pack has gone the limit. Soon he will wake up some fine morning and find someone just itching' to have it out with him. Lay on, Mac- duff * For this time of the year, there are fewer people with the S. A. than we have seen in a long time. Perhaps Miss Lillard's plans of a T. M. Gordon, M. D. OFFICE OVER THE SERVICE DRUG ST OKB MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAJESTIC Sandwich Shop HOLIDAY GREETINGS BY Western Union TELEGRAPH AND CABLE Low rates. Be sure to file your message now to be delivered Xmas and New Year's Mornings Stephenville Motor Company Chevrolet. Sales and Service Coming! A new Chevrole...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1933

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC We Will Wrap Your Xmas Packages FREE The College Store \ IHAUGERS PILGRIMS ABE CAMPUS VISITORS Note: This article written by Cedric Walton brings some of Chaucer'3 Canterbury Pilgrims to life on Tarleton's campus. One early Saturday morning, on October 7, 1933, I was accosted in front of my boarding house by three queer looking persons. The first of these was a thin, serious- faced man dressed in a thread- bare cloak. The second person, who seemed to be acting as a sort of protector or helper to the first, was accoutred in a green, hood and coat, carried a bow and ar- rows, and wore a sword and buck- ler, The last was an officious-act- ing man with a red face and white beard, and he wore a dagger. I was "flabbergasted" by their singular aspect and by their weird speech, and it was several minutes before I realized that they were actually real. They finally made me under- stand that they were the clerk of Oxford, the Yeoman, and the Franklin of Caucer's Canterbury...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 January 1934

VOL. XIV. STSPHENVTT.T.Tl, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAKUABY 6, 1934. NUMBER 12 PLOWBOY Forty Plowboys are pounding the gym court in basketball practice at present. There is a number of good playerB who are not coming out for the team. Coach Wisdom is asking that all students who can play bas- ■fcetball to turn out for practice. It will be worth the student's time and at the same time he will be doing his bit for Tarleton. The Coach says that he will have a varsity squad, a jim squad, and about five or six other squads as welU This will flace about sixty men in the squads. The varsity, will bear the Tarle- ton colors against the conference opponents, wMie the other teams will play crack high school fives. Hence a chance for everybody to see some action. Al! you cagers come on up to the gym and get into training right away! The conference teams are pre- dicted as heing exceptionally good everywhere this season, but Tarle- ton has a stronger than usual team to meet this competition. Five lette...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 January 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-T AG Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stephen vilJe, Texas, under act of Congreg of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Tear Single Copies _$1.50 .10 A.DVEETISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all ocmmnnipations to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor ^Feature Editor News Editor Society Editor STAFF ______ __ Hale Barfoot Mildred Lawson , - Emadele Marrs Lois Allen Mary Jo Denton Exchange Editor ___ _— — Roy Westmoreland Reporters: Need ham Horner, A. D, Livingston, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Ellen Nix, Iris Biggins, Ralph Parmley, Le Boy Wells, Norris Davis, Harold Bcaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, and Rebecca Robinette. ( Business Manager - — - ('ra~?I,?c Assistant Business Managers: Herseliel Colling, James B. Dupuy, Willie Mae Wolfe. 1934 AND RESOLUTIONS I am the New Year, and I come ...

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