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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 April 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE AMPUS eyh ol e Heigh-ho, spring is really here and how. The fever is rapidly tak- ing hold on everybody, and the dignitaries are subject to it as well. It makes one feel rather peculiar to have something happen one would lease expeet. Some guys do not seem to have any code of eth- ics whatsoever. Look at Samson, he got over biff for awhile, but what did Delilah roll him for???? Thanks, Duchess, for the com- pliment, 111 be seeing you. A little birdie (a Chinese par- rot I think) told me that one K. Jones and Van P. are about to break up. You possibly know how he went on a week-end visit to G. R. and met a girl with whom he instantly fell head over heels in love (so he says). I believe that she heard of the episode and told him that he could hunt the hidden trail (or vice versa). Overheard the following remark from the All-Tarleton Girl, Gen- eva Abbott: If I had Wiley and Lopan combined into one man, I would have something worthwhile. Incidentally, I think I am ...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 April 1934

PAGE FOUE THE J-T AC BASEBALL LEAGUES ORGANIZED Continued from Page One) ball standing in the box. On a pit- died ball the base runner shall not leave hi3 base until the ball has reached or passed the batter. A runner who leaves his bane too aoon shall be called out. II the batter is hit by a pitched ball the ball is dead and no runner may advance. The batter is not entitled to first base but the play counts as a ball except as provided in the following: If the batter intention- ally gets in the way of the ball it counts aa a strike. If it is the third strike the batter is out. Spiked shoes shall not be worn by the players. A base runner may not score from third base except on a batted ball. General remarks: The games will be in charge of official umpire and scorers. Please act in harmony with them. Please take care of the equip- ment. Thursday, April 12; Friday, April 27: Chemistry—College Store — 1 Military—Education 2 Fiscal Office—Engineers 3 Business Ad.—Biology 4 Friday, April...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 April 1934

THE J-TAC VOL XIV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1934 NUMBER 23 APIUS TO IMK LITTLE GIMME M PARENTS Ml III CONSERVATORY PRflpRiM HFRFi the past few ye"s III U U lln I?! II L II L there have been elites going 1 on in tlie Fine Arts Bepartnieiit, I> ir rr vt r ^ , ,v I but in many respects it remains Rev. M. H. Moore of Fort Worth jh, Chas. Froh is still and Senator Joe Moore of ' ^ of the department. Mr. Greeitwlle Will Speak. Froh, is head of the piano divi- ne 4. 1-1 u ■■ „ sion,' and is assisted by Miss The twelith observation oi j;]igahet^ Mayhew and Miss Syl- Parents' Day on the Tarleton via* Wilton; Mr. D. H. Hunewc-11 Campus will take place on April h^adg the wind instrument ivi- 29 and SO, Since 1922 it has 3;0n 'and* the band; Mrs. Ertitn been the custom for this collage Richardson heads the violin group; to honor the parents of the stu- an([ ill*. Gougli, the voice divi- dents and the ex-students by ar- ! bioni Alice Clair Window ranging a program for their ]...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 April 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Student* of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class msiil matter at ifne Posfcoffiee in StephenviHe, Texas, under ;ict of Congress of ft'Tareh 1379. Subscription Kates: Per Year SI,50 _ Single Ooy>ies_ _..10 ADVERTISING RATES: Local. 2.je column inch; foreign, 30c col- umn inch. Addresa all communications to the J-T:u\ Tarleton Sta- tion, Texas. • STAFF .Editor-in-Chief T Hale Bat-foot Associate Editor Mildred Lawson Feature Editor Emadele Harris News Editor Lois Allen S'oeity Editor Mary Jo Denton jjjxt'lianpre Editor Roy Westmoreland .Reporters: Needham Horner. Alice Hamilton, Margaret Karris, jSllen Nix. Iris IligKins, Morris Davis, Harold ■ Boaty, Jack Smith, Ruth Ator, Hazel Stroud, Will Port Hall, Doris Thomas, and Rebecca Robinette. Business Manager — Martin Craddock Assistant Business Managers: Herschel Costings, James B. Dupuy. Willie Mae-Wolfe. ARE YOU THIRD? Cnce there was a boy named Ted Jones, who went to college, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 April 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE Writing English Thente Tests Temperament Of Student—Writer, Roomie, and Teacher If it has to be done, it just , thought on paper to be turned has to be that way. You spend , in. On the table lies the diction- , ary, ail covered with dust. Spel!- the better part o n " | ing never did bother you except d Yr>ur thumb is also very ing an English theme upon a, jn c0tlfererices when your Eng- J, It _ . t.__ ^ Experiences In Hitch-hiking- Include Some Long: Waits, Old Fords, And Blow-Outs "Hey fella! Goin's my way?" Yon shout as a nice big, shiny car dashes by at break-neck dry subject that you do not ish care anything about. During this j ^0[-re(;t your misspelled words hour you finally succeed in writ- i [ast the town clock strikes ! j.1 with ns f^W mis- : 4Hi-l ifrtii fnlrl VrtllV thus* IIIK three Pa*eB_wt^as_fwjnb-jjnlidnight, and you ^ boil: thedHver is by himself: takes as possible when written ; terpieee with . , ■only once and not reread. The, theme was assi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 April 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Recreation at Tarleton During the Past Few Years Has Been Varying Diversion; Recreation Building Under Construction With the construction of a rec- to Tarleton have been Will Da- rant, eminent philosopher; Jose phus Daniels, statesman; Sir Pliillip Ben Greet and his Shakes- uearean players; Tom Skeyhill, author and lecturer; the United States Marine Band; Tonv Sard's reation building well under way at John Tarleton College it seems that the school recreation bug has taken a sudden change in the process of metamorphosis. In fact the school year of 1933-34 has been a year of a rapid change in the growth of the bug. But generally the means of recrea- jion for people connected with the college have been so near alike from year to year that the ahang'e is scarcely noticeable. It is only by going ha eft eight or ten years that the activities of the student body seem at all strange to present students. Ten years ago, the' recreation bug was in its earliest stages. At th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 April 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE FIVE :rA---^JSSZpN- - Bugle is Tarleton's Clock from Reveille To Taps—Calls Regulate Day for Cadets | DEATHS | ^ 5 "1 can't set 'em uPr I can't is lowered at o;::0. The tired I Th(j faca]ty and all students | get 'em up! I can't get 'em up] cadet holds himself at attention1^ formei. students of Tarleton ! in the morning!" calls the bugk j and salutes the flag. At thewer6 saddened by the death of t <5:45 a. m. when Sweeten gives sound of the late note of the 1 garnett W. Froh on September I reveille at the dining hall. The bugle, his hand is cut smartly 12> ^933, jy[r> proh had been a sleepy cadet rolls over in his ' to his side because of loss of .^cher of pikno in the Tarleton! bod and looks at the slopped strength from the hard day of Conservatory for eleven years, : alarm clock. "Good night! That _ studio. • aml was loved and respected by! sounds like the first call to dnll" : Immediately- after retreat Is ! a]j who kllcw him. i The cadet hurries into his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 April 1934

'i? PAGE SIX THE J-TAC John Tarleton College Offers Advantages Students Represent To Any Student In Whatever Field Of Work He May Wish To Participate Tarleton College is a co-edu- cational state junioi* college. The fact that she is co-educational, that she is a state institution, and that she is a junior college embodies advantages to any stu- dent who attends Tarleton. The college has the widest possible range of subject matter. The advantage here is not only in offering to any student the line of study he desires, but also In offering him a much wider range of contact with other stu- dents not in his line of work. Students studying in one depart- ment are associated daily "with students studying in an entirely different field. Music students have association not only wkh music students, but .with stu- dents of law, agriculture, home economics, and many other dif- lent fields of work. J. T. A. C. has departments of agriculture, business administration, chemis- try, engineering, En...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1934

J VOL, XV, STBPHENVILKE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 22, 1934 NtTMBEB 1 PLOWBOY BUSINESS MEN WILL HIKE P'BOYS TO CLEAN STREETS All old Tarletonites may be seen pointing with pride to our new system of lighting on the football field. This system -was made pos- sible through the co-operation of the merchants of Stephenville anil their enthusiastic purchase of sea- son athletic tickets. We owe them & special vote of thanks. The lea^t thing any Plowboy can do is to patronize these merchants. Let's show them that we appreciate the work they have done for Tarleton, The football team has worked harder and longer since the begift- tung of this 1934 season than ever before. Each man seems to be at- tempting to do his part. Team work is in the making. The plays click with precision, with the ex- ception of a fumble now and then. Coaches Wisdom and Sanders .de- serve much credit for their untir- ing efforts to put out an undeat- able football team. Now for word to the new stu- dents. Don't fail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE On Ye Tarleton! GLAD TO SEE YOU BACK Baxley's Studio MINTER'S Grocery & Market WELCOME tO ALL! Students Pay Us a Visit FreeS Meats, Fruits and Vege- tables all seasons of the year— also sea foods, fish and oysters. I*ree Delivery Phones 43-228 GREETINGS STUDENTS WE WELCOME YOU TO STEPHENVILLE and invite you to come in and get acquainted with the complete Department Store . . . it's BLAKENEY'S —OF COURSE t The Ladies' Store WELCOMES the TEACHERS and STUDENTS BACK TO SCHOOL WELCOME STUDENTS SEND THE FOLKS A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH in THAT NEW UNIFORM! Novelty Studio GREETINGS STUDENTS Mrs. Cox's Candies WELCOME STUDENTS Dick Grissett Barber Shop Hair cut 15£ — Shave 15^ WELCOME STUDENTS Cole Floral Co. MAY WE SERVE YOU? SEE DEAR'S STORE roa EVERY THING Kear College Tailors Fresh fhh become Poor Fish Before They Accomplish Feat of Registration Fresh ;,'iuh! Weil, we were fresh at 8:00 .i n vi; registration day. Of course, L-z-jii n.-i}? can riot stay fresh after hours ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postofifioa in Stephenville, Toxaa, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates; Per Year ..$1.50 ADVERTISING- BATES: Local, 25c column incli; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all communications to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Norris Davis Jack Smith Business Manager — — Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Quhm Rounsaville, Burke Horton. Reporters: Justine Liinroth, Mary Jo Denton, John Chandler, Joe Oil- breath, Flora Jones, Carroll King, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Odell EOiott-, Iris Higgins, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall. You're In The Army Now You're in the army now, and in the army, courtesy is even more necessary than in civil life. Military courtesy includes most of the courtesies of civil life and others that are peculiarly military. One form of courteay which among military men is indispens- able to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAG TASIiETON STUDENTS 1 the Beat 5^ EAMBXruGEXt IN TOWN at MAJESTIC Sandwich Shop Also Complete Lino of CAiTDY, COLD DKINKS AND SANDWICHES MAJESTIC Barber and Beauty Shop see PA and MA FOE THE BEST HAMBERCtER IN TOWN— 5c Palace Theatre SATTODAY JACK HOLT—FAY WJiAT "Black Moon" SUTf.—MOM.—Tt/iS. Joel McOreit—Miriam Hopkins —i'i— "The Richest Girl in The World" 4-f-f M 4-H H H ♦ -f+'H-'H"*' + WITH OUR t + EXCHANGES f EDITOR'S LAMENT Oh. pity the poor Exchange Editor, The man with the scissors and paste, Oh. think of the man who must read all the jokes, And think of the hours he wastes. He sits at his desk until midnight, How worried and pallied he looks As he scans thru the college com- ics And reads all the funny books. This joke he can't clip—It's too dirty This story's no good—It's too clean. This woman won't do—she's too shapely. This chorus girl's out—it's Obscene. The jokes are same, full of co-eds, And guys who get drunk on their dates, Bathtubs, sewers and fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 1934

J-TAC VOL. XV. STEPHENVELLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPT. 29, 1934, NTTMBEE 9 PLOWBOY Hello and howdy-dp. This is Honest John talking. For the next few months, if you will do me the kindness of reading it, I am going to ramble about this and that and the other. So I hope that I will be seeing you once a week. Students, how did you like the ball game last Friday night? I thought that the Plowboys went out and played themselves a whale of a ball game. Although it ended in a 6-6 tie, I think that the Plow- boys outplayed the senior college boys. Anyhow, the first downs were nine to six in our favor and did you see that old fight in there when Tarleton marched to a touchdown to tie the score. That showed a real club. Gang, we've got what it takes this year—a fighting, hustling team, and the student body and the town behind them practically one hundred per cent. Let's be a real Twelfth Man and the Plowboys will not let down. You know, there's always a lot that goes oil that everyone does not k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 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 March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates: Per Tear Single Copies .$1.50 . .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30e column inch. Address all commiuncations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief . Business Manager STAFF Morris Davis Jack Smith Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Quhm Eounsaville, Burke Horton. Eeporters: Justine Limroth, Mary Jo Denton, John Chandler, Joe Gil- breath, Flora Jones, Carroll King1, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Odell Elliott, Iris Higgins, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall, Frances Tate, Mary Katherine Funk, Katherine Wright, Herbert Smith, Vaudine Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, Erma Wolfe, Carolyn Slaikeu. Be Courteous At The Dance This first dance of the year is to be informal to the extreme. Yet never is anything so informal that good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE DEDICATED TO THE UPPERCLASSMEN Dear friends we are glad to fill the place left by you And we admire your steps so bold. We want to be to your honor, true blue; To be as great as some of you, is our goal. You seeni to be very glad that ;we are here, You invite us in and we feel at home. We wish to help you keep a joy- ful year Help us to not be secluded—left alone. The spirit that you told the world about Has brought us freshmen where you are And we are glad when we find out That truth is your guiding star. The faith we keep is held in you; So keep Old Glory waving high, And when you go, this we will do For Tarleton, the grandest, must never die, —Elba Bains McNEXLL BARBER SHOP LUCILLE'S BEAUTY SHOP Welcome Faculty and Students Phone 50 PALACE THEATRE I SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY "Gift of Gab; With 30 Stars EDMUND LOWE GLORIA STEWART RUTH ETTINO Pffltr BAKES, And Others PREVUE Saturday Night 11 p. m. TARLETON STUDENTS are ALWAYS AT HOME at UIGGINBOTHAM'S Patronize t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAG STUDENT LEADERSHIP- { Continued from page 1) vided in the constitution shall consist o£ two senior boys, two senior girls, two junior boys, one junior girl, one underclassman boy and one underclassman girl. All members must be passing at least twelve hours of work. No member can have more than two- thirds his limit of demerits, A student dance committee Of six boys and six girls is to aid the faculty dance committee in its ■work of making Tarleton's dances for this year even more enjoyable than those of last year. The Council also decided tp have three more dances in addition to the one held tonight (Saturday.) These include a Hallowe'en party and dance, a Thanksgiving dance to be given in honor of the N. T. A. C. visitors after the game, and a Christmas dance to be held just before the holidays. Elaborate plans were also made to help make N. T_ A. C. students have an even better time than that which we enjoyed in Arling- ton last year. Other sections include pro...

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

J-TAC VOX.. XV. STUPHENVIXiLE, TEXAS, SAT (JED AY, OCT. 6, 1934. NUMBER £ PLOWBOY Greetings and salutations—-this b mama's little boy John, ,hack again. Did everyone have as big a time as I did at the dance last Saturday night? I really enjoyed tripping the light fantastic with the co-eds, and I mean such enough. If one could judge by the expression on other people's faces, an elephant time was had by all. I'm in favor of having bigger and better dances. How about it? Students, it looked swell to have you out at the game even though you know that it was really a practice game. Every one should have enjoyed watching it because many player3 who had not had a chance until then got to play. Ev- everyone gave the yell leaders their support almost to the close of the game. Freshmen, Tarleton students just don't leave bait games before they are over and I'll tell you for sure. No matter if the score is 90-0 Tarleton students stay until it is over. They owe that much courtesy to a team that...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC AMPUS eyhole Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as seeoiid-cSasB mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of Mareii 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Year Single Copies ..$1.50 . .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30_a column inch. Address all commiuncations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Norris Davis —„ Jack Smith Quiim Rounsaville, Business Manager ——.. - Assistant Business Managers Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Reporters: Justine Limroth, Mary Jo Denton, Jae Oilbreath, Flora Jones, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Iris Higgins, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall, yrancea Tate, Mary Katherine Punk, Katherine Wright, Herbert Smith, Vaudine Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, Erma Wolfe, Caroylin Slaikeu, A. D. Livingston, Burke HoTton, Typist: Kyman Mtiffson. CHANGE IN QUIET HOUR PLAN Dormitory girls should be very thankful—and they seem to be —about t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 October 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG SOCIETY AMPUS eyhole Published Weekly by the Students of Joins Tarleton College Entered as sccond-class mail matter at the Pogtqffice in StepUenvUle, Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Kates: Per Year Single Copies -$1.50 . .10 ADVERTISING RATKS: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 30c column inch. Address all commiuncations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief STAFF Norris Davis Jack Smith Business Manager - — - - Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Quina Bouttsaville, Mary Bert McAfce. Reporters: Justine Limroth, Mary Jo Benton, Job Gilbreath, Flora Jones, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Iris Higgins, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall, Frances Tate, Mary Katherine Punk, Katherine Wright, Herbert Smith, Vaudine Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, Erma Wolfe, Caroylin Slaikeu, A. D. Livingston, Burko Horton. Typist: Hyman Muffson, CHANGE IN QUIET HOUR PLAN Dormitory girls should be very thankful—and they seem to be —abou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 October 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAC j. The Student j * Forum % I hare two very good sugges- tions for the improvement of the rooting1 section at football games. In the first place, I think that a certain number of girls should wear the white dresses and be so placed among the boys that, from the other side of the field, the ef- fect will be the letters, "J T A C." This could be very easily worked out and would be very effective, too. In the second place, there should be more than three yell leaders. The 3tudent body is entirely too large for three people to try to lead the yells. My remedy for this is that two girls be elected as assistant pep leaders and be placed between the boys. I believe that the students will yell much more and show more enthusiasm in the yells if there are more pep leaders. I enjoy the Forum very much and hope it continues as a regular column in the J-Tac. —A Student Why is hazing so popular and necessity to college life ? A pledge is signed at the beginning of school to pre...

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