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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1934

THE J-TAG PAGE THREE +- + Here and There Esther Homeyer's lather, her sis- ter, Elsie, and Mary Evelyn Howey visited here this last week. Miss Mahan and Miss Ruther- ford went to see Katharine Cor- nell's performance in Dallas Mon- day tiight and Tuesday. Iris Higgins, accompanied by Hazel Sturgis, Mary Elizabeth Me- Auliffe, Carolyn Slaikeu, and Jam- es E. Briggs, went to her home in Lampasas. Bill Smith visited relatives ill Fort Worth. Maxine and Leona McGilvray were guests of Reha Statum at Sydney over the week end- Gene Milam and Ray Couscr went to Uvalde. Doris Thomas visited Helen Cross in Fort Worth. Herbert Smith went to liia home in Dallas. Hinds Thomas, Bernard Whittle, John Loftis, and Floydie Isom vis- ited relatives in Abilene. Gerald Ritehey visited his uncle in Comanche. James Thweatt visited at Roscoe and Sweetwater. Louise Pierson visited her family at Hamilton. Maxine Loyd and Eunice May- field went to Rising Star. Ina Mae Tate visited in Wichita Falls last week. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC AMPUS eyh ol e Greeting's, Salutations, etc. Here it is with the week half gone, and I have accomplished nothing; fi- nancially, socially, educationally, or morally. In fact, I am convinced that I am slipping. It is strange how people will jump at conclusions at who writes ■what, and how certain things are meant. It is always the truth that hurts, and I am still wondering who gets hurt after the truthfulness of cer- tain persons one Saturday night. Louise Pierson takes last week end at home, What, still some at- traction ill good old Hamilton County. Kinard and his ruby lips. After a brief review of the past I remember back in '31, the Band took a trip to Lipan. That fair city was holding its 365 days of prog- ress, or a fair to you, Sadie. Jim Mulloy was a fish at the time. If he had looked in to the future, he might not have caught the bus back to Tarleton, but he would have stayed and started raising pigs, chickens, and out of the Li- pau country. Wonder if th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 March 1934

VOL, XIV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, l'Jo4, NUMBER 18 Barn Dance To Be Given In College Gym Tonight PLOWBOY The basketball season lias gone —and how! The Tarleton five of '34 have made history. They have dis- played natural ability and excellent teamwork throughout the entire season. Congrats go to the Coach and to every player for their record making season. If we did it in basketball, we can do it in everything else. Everyone back the Purple end White track team and tennis team that are out to do a little record breaking of their own. MR. MAC IS BACK ON JOB AFTER ILLNESS ■ Hear ye! This is a call for all you Tarleton Huskies to leave off the afternoon naps and turn out for spring football practice. Coach Wis- dom and Captain Hoover are going to do their part; so come out and help make up a team to support them with. Todd is, so why not you? Take a good listen, Plowboy Dec- ker hops the cinders to cover 440 little breath knockers in 52.5. Not so bad—not bad at all. Our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 March 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. .10 Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copies ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25a column inch; foroign, 30c column inch. Address all oemmunieations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF ~ Hale Barfoot Mildred lawson , .. Emadele Marra Lois Allen Mary Jo Denton .... Boy "Westmoreland Reporters: Needham Horner, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgina, Noiris Davis, Harold Beaty> Jack Smith, tliitfi Ator, Hazel Htroud, Will Port Hall, Doris Thomas, and Rebecca Robinette. . Business Manager - Martin CraddocK Assistant Business Managers: Hersehel Ceilings, James B. Dupuy, "Willie Mae Wolfe. Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor _ Feature Editor — News Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor MORE RESPECT TO THE FLAG Are Tarleton students lacking in respect to the flag ? An out- sider...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 March 1934

THE J-T AC PAGE THREE Some One Sees Robins in Hunewell Park, Waxes Poetic, Predicts Spring Weather No longer will we turn over each morning, rubbing our sleep-laden eyes, and stretching our mouths into yawns that would recall to our minds that Jonah was once swal- lowed by & whale and look at a very bare, cold, and solitary wind- owsill, for the robins are here. The robins are here! The robins have come at last, for I saw them stroll- ing, rather hopping—I think that it is much more dignified for a rob- in to hop, about the park this very morning. They were beautiful. Their dull grey—perhaps a stylist would say tan, but then I am not a stylist—spring coats cover most daring red bibs and shirt-waists. Their little spindling legs looked so fragile, but I suppose that the cold has strengthened them. I tell you! Spring is in the air for the robins are here. Who wouldn't be happy should he wake each morning and see a graceful little robin perched on his window-sill chirping to its ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 March 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC + + + . Fort Frolics Every boy who doesn't have a girl had better go to A. and M. for a semester. Then the girls will be calling you up for a date. It's worth trying. McEntire, where are your but- tons ? It is circulated that your bro- ther -Joe Eatjer is wearing them. Slim Currington has found a new girl. He won't tell who she is, but he seems very much in love. Colonel John Logan, commander of the bolshevist squad, has reach- ed his goal. Red and Pack surely are getting chummy lately. Brothers always do have an affection for each other. They even double date occasionally. Since Beau Brummel Gillette has moved out of the Port, Urwin, his late roommate, needs a brother. Just any one will do, because Ur- win couldn't he ill the least parti- cular. McLernore has found a new girl. Short brunette, wavy hair, cute ways, and slightly acquainted with Van Parmley. Guess who ? Andy Smith's desire for playing with water has increased since he has found a way to dampen the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 March 1934

J-TAC VOXi. XIV, STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1934 NTJMBEB 19 STUDENTS' COUNCIL MEMBERS ELECTED FOR MORE ACTIVITY Four Seniors and Three Juniors, Chosen in Class Meetings For Membership A students' council of twelve members is being; organized to sup- plant the fortnev students' council of three members, president, vice- president, and secretary-treasurer. There is a great deal of work in the field of a student council's ac- tivity, therefore a more adequate Council is being- organized. Senior and junior class meet- ings were called Tuesday and the following1 members were elected: seniors, John Logan, Bill Smith, Mae Evelyn White, Von da Porter, and juniors, Vivian Hanimack, Quinn Rounsaville, and Jack Smith. The underclassmen have not elected their representatives yet. Representation from the under- classmen will be one boy and one girl. Regular representation from the junior class is two boys and one girl, and from the senior class, two boys and two girls. The offic- e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 March 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as secoud-elasa mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under aqt of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates: Per Tear Single Copies .$1.50 .10 ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30e column inch. Address all oemmuiiication3 to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas WHAT THEY SAY STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assyeult.fi Editor feature Editor News Editor Society Editor — Exchange Editor — _— Reporters: Needhain Horner, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Ellen Nil, Iris Higgins, Norris Davis, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, Doris Thomas, and Rebecca Robinette. _ Business Manager — Martin Craddocfc Assistant Business Managers: Herschel Ceilings, James B. Dnpny, Willie Mae Wolfe. Hale Barfoot Mildred Lawaon Emadele Marts Lois Allen Mary Jo Denton .... Koy Westmoreland WHAT DO YOU THINK? At various times in the past several years there have been f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 March 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE THSEE K AMPUS eyh ol e Speed Contest with Rouge, Lipstick, and Powder Begins at First Note of Bugle "It was spring, there was ro- mance in the air and everything." You ain't telling me a thing, crcoils. The way 1 feel lately, though, I would like "Lonely Lane." Speaking of theme songs, H. J. Thomas has changed his from "Lazy River" to "Little -Joe the Wrangler." The question is, reckon Shirley is really married"? Does she still receive fan mail? How do you feel, Pruitt? Miss Bierschwale advised John Logan that variety was the -spice of life, but he seems to be trying to concentrate on one certain chambray. Kinard is singing "Love is the Sweetest Thing." After pinning him down close, he finally admit- ted to his bosom pals that he was really in love. It is supposed to be a grand and glorious feeling. How does it feel and affect the nervous system, Ki Ki? II umpic the boy has tire trouble. My dear Fish Dancer, it grieves me very much that you should mis- take what I sai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 March 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC BY GRAPEVINE TELEGRAPH "Of course, I love you. I thought that it was understood," said Jack Smith as he stiffened with amaze- ment and looked rather surprised at the young lady sitting next to him. This happened in the Dump parlor not so long1 ago. "Iron-Man." Elliott has lost his temper again and has softened to the magnetism of Ann Keith, The Tarleton Tarzan has really fallen. Mr. Dick Smith looked very am- using the other afternoon showing- William Wiley and Geneva Abbott how a person keeps his socks roll- ed. Kobert Anderson almost got a beating not so long ago from a complete stranger. He was asked to Call some student walking across the campus "Fido." Robert did, and to his surprise a man working on the new building dropped his ham- mer and went up to him. The man said, "I don't cart> if you are a stu- \Jent. You can't, call me 'Fido" and get by with it." The ones that got Kobert to give the call left about that time, leaving him to explain his ignorance...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 March 1934

Tiurip J-TAC Toia. xnr. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATUBDAY, MAECH 24, 1934. NUMBER 20 PLOWBOY Well, well, seven new pictures may be added to Tarleton "T." The awards have been made and seven of our champions were awarded the "T." The letters went to Willard Baxter, forward; Willie Tate, for- ward; Vernon Payne, guard; Oran Spears, guard; Robert Glover, cen- ter; W. W, Bohannan, center and forward. Plowboy certificates were also awarded to some of the re- serves and members -of the "Jim" team. Howard Hoover, Fred An- derson, Lynn Spears, Willie Pigg, Grady Reed, Andy Smith, John Long1, J. T. Maness, James Davis, loland Dutton, Wayne Lamer, and Austen Harrison received these certificates. The track team went to Fort Worth and copped third place. The Cameron Aggies and Schreiner In- stitute took first and second plac- es. The Plowboy 440 relay team, composed of Gage, Sweeten, Ham- ilton, and Decker, took second place; Breedlove won second in the 120 high hurdles and fourth in the 220 low hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 March 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-T AC Trees, Flowers, Birds, and the Calendar Join Forces in an Indomitable Effort to Give Proof that Spring is Here at Last Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the PostofEiee in Stophenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copies _$1.50 .10 ADVEKTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all ocmmunicationg 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 Marra Loia Allen Mary Jo Denton Roy Westmoreland Reporters: Weed ham Horner, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harria, Ellen Nix, Iris Higjjins, Norris "Davis, Harold Beaty, Jack Smith, Ruth At or, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, Doris Thomas, and Rebecca Robinette. _ Business Manager Martin Craflflock Assistant Business Managers: Herschel Collinga, James B. Dupuy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 March 1934

THE J-TAG PAGE tHBSSS WHAT THEY SAY Mae Evelyn White is that blon- de, almost langorous lady with the slow, sad, sweet smile. She was Tarleton's Prettiest Girl last year, and she is no less beautiful now. She has to her credit one of the neatest coiffures on the campus, and very lady-like manners- She is not the only one in the family with italicized looks. Last year when Mae Evelyn was elected most beautiful girl, her brother, J. Dix- on White was handsomest mail. Her family resides in Stephenville. Mae Evelyn is president of O.W. L.S., graces the Student Council, and is the pride and joy of Com- pany B. She is taking a social sci- ence course. If she can teach as many things as her lowering of eyelashes and sudden lift of aby- smal blue eyes suggest that she knows, then she will be equally as successful a teacher as she is a co-ed.' The colonel's ladys is the calm and collected Mereile Donaho, bru- nette, songful, and lady-like. Mer- eile has established quite a refuta- tion for h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 March 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC AMPUS eyh ol e By remote control I get an in- sight on how aome Tarletonites ap- pear. One boy is known as the lad of many sweaters, another can talk baby talk (if the mood strikes him), another mocks Joe Penner, etc. It is quite interesting how we appear to others, like old Bobby Burns once said. Can you recognize yourself ? I like to hear Kathleen Moss sing "My Little Grass Shack." Fish Padgett gets cold feet and runs away, locking two doors be- hind him. One freshman gets pug- ilistic and wants to spare a few rounds with a house detective. My old friend Red Adams turns nurse maid and takes care of the sick. At the Midnight Rambles the lead- ing lady was considered the favor- ite by most of the boys who went to Cowtown. Four boys and four women (not single) in front of the Texas, two of them Allen and Smith. Watch for an expose, Colonel Lewis, Nomination for oblivion: The girl who says come up and see me sometime—and never stays at home. That feeling one has wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 March 1934

<1 voia, xrr. STEPHElTVIIiLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 32, 1934. KVMEBE 21 PLOWBOY SSa Plowboys refuse to eat!!! because the coach says the basket ball team is a bunch of lilies. You can hardly blame the boys because the boys aren't lilies—they are just a bunch of punks. They are so bad that they are running the college by making so many people sick at games. This is the reason they aren't playing any more. The golf team caused Coach Wis- dom to have a strong fit which re- sulted in foaming at the mouth. AH the Coach could say was "Rotten!" Coach Saunders announced that the boys out for spring practice would take off for a week untl wo on a nice long drunk. This followed a special permit issued by Dean Davis. Bicycles and ice cream contain- ers have been added to the crack team's equipment. Tarletoh is training hard for her football season next year. Games have been arranged with Yale, Ar- my, Southern California, Oxford, C. I. A., end Cambridge. Hebe, Hoover. Todd, and Howard rece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 March 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in. Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879. Subscription It a tea: Per Year ;—— $1.50 Single Copies — —- -10 ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25e column inch: foreign, 30c column inch. Address all ocmmunicfttions to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Bull of the Woods Hale Barfoot Yes-Man "When She Wants to Say Yes - .. Mildred Lawson Chief Digger of Dirty Digs — — - Emadele Marrs Main Scavanger - —- Lois Allen Belle of the Barber and Ashman's Ball— — Mary Jo Denton Old Hank of the Trade Post - - R°y Westmoreland Cavalry and Destroyor :Ncedhara Homer, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgins, Norris Davis, Harold Beaty, Jack Smithy Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, Dori3 Thomas, and Rebecca Robinette. Lord of the Highway - -Martin Craddock Shekel Indicators..... James Dupuy, Willie Mae Wolfe, and Hersehel Ceilin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 March 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE THESE AMPUS eyh ol e With the soft breezes blowing across one's fevered brow that has been heckled by too much study- ing, I think of the flowers ill the trees and the birds blooming. Wait a minute, wait a minute, this wea- ther is making nie poetic and the spring fever has got me so that I get all mussed up and don't know what is up. Any how It's Sleepy Time Down South. The Registrar rung in a crooked pair of dice on the College Store force in a little game the other af- ternoon, But Dock Birdwell .and Tullus Smith noticed the change We Invite Timid Housekeepers to Trade With Us. Lowry & Harrell PHONE 19 Stephenville Service Station Good Gulf Daily Products. Take ! a shot before every quiza. Our ! contented pumps are inspected nightly. I'M A FANCY" BUTCHER AND I CHARGE FANCY PRICES Br. J. J. Mulloy Join the Army of the Blind, Instructions Given by 1W.H. FANCST PEICBS roii ROTTEN FOOD Cox Candy Kitchen WE SERVE HOT LUNCHES WHILE YOU WAIT! Beene & Beene OUR FOO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 31 March 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC CED MUST TODDLE SAYS DEANIE WEENIE Charlie and Vayne and the Smith person ware in the hall passing up and down with- three days' growth of whisker!?, "Well," they said in unison, "Verily, verily heck'." McSweeny slid down the banis- ter and reported to the group. He has been on the ten-hour list ever since he came to school. By integal calcus, he has a hundred hours to . his discredit. Charlie put on his hard-hearted Ilatina expression and smiled and trumpeted. "He must go"—pause of three heart beats—"Cedrie Wal- ton must go." Mr, Hale skipped into the hall in front of the committee. "Cer- tainly he must go, he raves and rants and rowls in education class. He throws spit balls and shoots rubber bands and pulls hair, while we are discussing discipline for the kindergarten grades. Therefore Gentlemen, I say that Walton must go." S, i*. took a lick off a sodium stick, and told his tale of woe, "And not only does he make fudge and sody pop out of everything: in the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 April 1934

VOL. XIV. STEPHENVIlitiE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AJPE.IL 14, 1934. NUMBER 22 PLOWBOY Or maybe we should say: Listen, Plowgirl. Sixteen of Tarleton's maids have let it be known that they will play golf—if you know what that means. The gentlemen of the gridiron are still pounding the turf. Forty suits have been issued and are in active use for spring practice. Coach Sanders, line coach, is hand- ling the boys. Coach Wisdom is taking1 care of the other sports. LIEUTENANT DAVIS WILL REMAIN HERE FOR ANOTHER YEAR Colonel Castle Made Request to War Department to Extend Duration of Team It's a habit. At least it's a habit for 175 of the cadets who have been taking up playground ball in a big way. Teans "that rep- resent the departments of the col- lege are being organized to play a league. Have they got you yet? The tennis team brings home a nice victory from Brownwood. Just a little something to write home about. Well, it's; the little things in life that count, at least it took only one and one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 April 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC ■wnntrrw1 H *1 ill ill! I ifcl ■■ i il Published Weekly by the StudentB of John Tarleton College Entered as Beeond-claBS mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Eatea: Per Year Single Copies ..$1.50 .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Loeftl, 25c Column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all ocmmimicationa to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Feature Editor Mews Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor Hale Barfoot Mildred Lawaott ^ Emadele Marns Lois Allan Fort Frolics Mary Jo Denton Key Westmoreland Beporters: Needham Horner, Alice Hamilton, Margaret Harris, Ellen Nix, Iris Higgins, Norria Davis, Harold Reat.y, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, Doris Thomaa, and Rebecca Eobinette. _ Business Manager ; Martin Craddock Assistant Business Managers: Herschel Collinga, James B. Dupuy, Willie Mae Wolfe. ~ HOBBIES Hobbies are the keynote to an interestisg ...

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