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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1934

J-TAC VOL. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCT. 13, 1034. .HTfMBBtt 4 PLOWBOY limii'III answer— I think that everyone is well pleased with the Plowboys up to date. They have played two ties ■with senior colleges and defeated a junior college. Let's stay behind them and I believe that we'll have a successful football season. The cross countrty runners are beginning to work out. Some of us think that we should come out, our boarding houses are so far from the college. The tumblers have organized and are working out at the Gym every night. Ogle is the instruc- tor. I don't see any reason what- ever that the boxers and wrestlers shouldn't organize. I£ anyone is interested, he should talk it up and get a team together. Students, if you'll just stop and think, I am sure that you will rea- lize that the lyceum placards should not be marked on. The fine arts department goes to the ex- pense of putting these up so that you may see who is going to be the entertainer. They are for your bene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC AMPU5 eyhole Published Weekly l>y the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as seeond-eluss mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stepheaville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copies - $1.50 - .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25e column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. Address all eommiuncations to the J-Tac, Tarletou Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Norris Davis Business Manager _. ... .... .Tack Rnnth Assistant Business Managers; Mildred Richardson, Quiim Rounsaville, Mary Brrt MaAfce. Reporters: Justino Limroth, Mary Jo Denton, Jop Gilbreath, Flora Jones, Margaret Logan, Louia Tntp, Iris Higgins, Hrmild Beiity, Will Port Hall, Frances Tnte. Mary Katharine Funk. KatJiorilie Wright, Herbert Pmitli, Vaudine Williams," Hazel Stoud, Jean Arthur, Brma Wolfe, Carolyn Slaikeu, A. D. Livingston. Burke Horton. Typist: Hyman Muff son. LAST CALL FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS "Do something, if vou do it wrong." That's a slang expre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1934

THE J.TAG PAGE THREE Remembrances of Uncle Moody Back in 1921 Mr. Moody was ■working for the business depart- ment here in Tarleton. He was in charge of the book exchange and school supplies which has now grown into the College Store. At that time the college exchange was with the fiscal office. Coach Wisdom was business manger. The fiscal office and book store were together in the Administra- tion Building where Dean Davis' offices are today. The college exchange grew rap- Idly from 1921 to 1923. During this time of growth, the exchange was separated from the fiscal of- fice. Uncle Moody moved his con- cern across the hall to what is now the J-Tac and Grassburr offices.. In 1923 Uncle Moody went into business for himself and establish" ed the Varsity where it is situated today. Tumblers Tumble, Dive, Roll, Handstand; Old Men Encourage, Stiff Backs Prevail There are at least twenty sore backs in Tarleton. About that many boys reported to the gym- nasium for tumbling. The old hands, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 October 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J - T A C CADET AND CADETETTE CHATTER My, my, more students going home for the week-end. Mary Eth- el Ivey must be a very "home lov- ing" type of girl—or is it the home she loves? We were also very glad to hear that Virginia Westbrook, the at- tractive little table-hop, was able to drown her home-sickness in a trip to her home in Cleburne. She nearly upset the whole dormitory, though, being the cause of the shouts of joy from Elnora Larson and Hazel Stroud, whom she took ■with her. Jerry Black, Norma Ratliff, and Mary Bert McAfee were home vis- itors, also. Then we found a few who found solace for their loneliness near here. Margaret Kitchens spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Menzies, lluth Buie enjoyed the country for a change, and Marcie Reed spent Saturday night with Melba Casbeer. Noleta Hardie's parents "blew in" Sunday afternoon with their son, Herman, Mrs. E. A. Garrun, and daughter, Louise, and Mrs. J. W, Bankston. Nell Decker's brother, Stanley, was i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1934

S^j vol,. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCT. 20, 1934. NUMBER S PLOWBOY Good evening- this morning-, folks. The Plowboys started the conference schedule off with a 21- 1 win over Decatur Baptist College last Friday night. All the students showed the fight spirit and gave the team their support all through the game. Let's keep it up and bring home the championship. Freshmen, you'll never regret buying an annual your first year at Tarleton. In fact I think that you will always regret it if you don't buy one. About the most for- lorn looking person you will ever see is one without an annual in the spring when every one else is having his friends write in his an- nual. Go by the fiscal office and either pay for yours or pay half of it and the other half later. There have been three hundred and three annuals sold and there must be four hundred sold before the staff can start to work oh it. You certainly wouldn't want your school to be without an annual, would you? Well, do your part...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG SOCIXTY Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered aa socond-clasa mail matter at the Postoffice in Stepheaville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Year Stogie Copies — — _$1.50 . .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign,'3oe column inch. Address all commiuncations to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Teiaa STAFF Editor-in-Chief . Business Manager Noma Davis - Jack Smith Assistant Business Managers; Mildred Richardson, Quinn Rounsaville, Mary Bert McAfee. Reporters: Justine Tjimroth, Mary Jo Denton, Joe Gilbreath, T"lom Jones, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Iris Higgins, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall, Frances Tate. Mary Katherme Funk, Katherine Wright, Herbert Smith, Vaudine Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, Erma Wolfe, Carolyn Slaikeu, A. D, Livingston, Burke Horton, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, W. P. Allen. Typist: Hyman Mtiffson. GET THE FRIENDLY SPIRIT Well, well what do you think about that?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1934

THE J.TAC PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Tsk! You're peeping. So many things are happening that I can hardly make my round in one week, -which reminds me— Someone stuck a paper wad in the keyhole. But folks, a little thing like that won't bother me. I just read what was on the paper (laun- dry list—1 pair pajamas, % pair box, 1 shirt (roommate's), 1 girl's (slight blur), and looked on in peace. Don't gripe about your name being in this column be- cause, in the first place, it won't do any good, and it shows your guilty conscience. Don't be afraid, ye olde forte boys, that I'll be peeping around through your keyholes. Why should I waste my time? Do I need glasses or do you need shades? Position for best view: north side of the Recreation Building. Honors, honors, and more hon- ors. Laverne walked right off with the loving cup, in spite of nineteen other beautiful competitors. But she deserved" it. What do you think, two-timing Major, otta-be- good-but-ain't Richey? Congratulations! Mary Jo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 October 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC 1 OFFICERS NOMINATED FOR UNDERCLASSMEN Price Ash ton and Talmadge Poston are the nominees for pres- ident of the underclassman class, according: to' the report of the nominating committee which was selected by the underclassmen at a meeting held during students' chapel Thursday morning, Octo- ber 18, in the Home Economics Building1 auditorium. The election will be held either Tuesday or Thursday of next week. Other officers nominated are as follows: vice-president, Opal Tea- gle and Albert Coffmari; secre- tary-treasurer, Jacqueline Hall and Mary Kuth Allison; reporter, Elba Baines and Eulabel Chap- peli. Miss May Jones and Mr. Eaves have been nominated for class sponsor; Mr. Gabe Lewis and Captain John Smith have been nominated for faculty ad- viser. OLIVER HEADS TARLETON COLLEGE P. F. A. CHAPTER Billy Oliver of Tolar was elect- ed president of the Tarleton Col- legiate Chapter of the Future Far- mers of America, Monday night. An amoeba! That is nothing but a di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1934

VOL. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 1934. mJMBEft 8 Pl.OWBOY Fellows, do you ever think what goes on behind everyone's mask of a face? Really, a lot of things happen that you just have to take and smile. Those fellows from Dixie University were a typical example. Just to show you what a handicap they were under, lend thine ear just a moment. The week before coming here they made a trip to South Texas to play two games;. Their coach gave rubber checks for their meals, rooms, and bus fare; then he took all the mon- ey and flew the coop. The boys held a meeting and decided that they really should finish their schedule if possible and came ov- er here. To make matters worse only fourteen men arrived in Ste- phenville and they had not had anything; to eat since eleven o'clock that morning. I think that we should really give them a hand for getting out there and putting up such a grand fight in the face of such overwhelming odds. I wonder if everyone enjoyed the lyceum as muc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 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 3< t of Congress of March 3, 187D, Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copies — —- ..$1.50 - .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 2Sc column inch-, foreign, 3.5 c column inch. Address all commiuocations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief ~ — Norm Davis Bnmnras Manager - - Jack Smith Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Beporters: Justine Limroth, Mary Jo Denton. Joh Gilhreath, Flora Jonrs, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Iris Higgins, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall, Frames Tats*. Mnry Katherine Funk, Kntherine Wright, Herbert Smith, Vaudine Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, Erma Wotfe, Carolyn Slaikeu, A. D. Livingston, !5urke Horton, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Eulabel Chappell. Circulation Managers: Harold Beaty and Joe Gilbreath. THINK IT OVFR By...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Botany Students See That Green Leaves Makes Sugar Then Starch From Sunlight Hello, and how are you doing after another week of trials and sore feet? As far 83 I hear, the dance didn't go over just like we wanted it to. What's the matter, girls? Surely you don't mind a -whole dance with a beginner. Someone told me that every time a couple looked pleasant someone would tag. If you really are having a good time, frown and hide your feel- ings. Perhaps some of you didn't know the dance was last Saturday night.. Some few we missed were Yates Stafford, Vivian and Blair, Alton Redwine and his double, Dolly Farmer (did you have a sore toe?) and others. Over a week ago it happened. One Tarleton student drove his car down the Ward school drive. Another did likewise. Suddenly both were asked to leave. That shows their love for the old school days, when we were young and healthy. Definitions of words and ex- amples: Chicken—featherleg-.—Ex-Odell. Golddiggx'i'— ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 October 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAC CADET AND CADETETTE > ! CHATTER X +4-M-4 FUh Frieden, Wilma Helen Morton, Carl Bewick, and Wilsor Rosa spent the week-end in Mc- Camey, You boys buy the New Annex girls some crepe paper. Ben Blanton, a student of last year, looked over the new (and old?) students last Sunday. Ross Smiley's parents visited him J3unday. Good freshjnea all—Norma Rat- lifF, Sarah Tom Kinibrough, Helen Thompson, Helen Turner, Louise Roe, Wilma Helen Morton, and Sid Gracey. Speaking of freshmen—will they ever learn? When Irma Doyle ask- ed a certain sponsor how many buttons she had, the upperclass- man answered two. "Well, M- has four on her's, replied Irma. Melba Ator spent the week-end at her home in Lipan, Everyone enjoyed the floor show that the Tumblers gave at the dt.nce. Come again, Tumblers. Raymond Limroth and Ruby Lee Morris of San Saba visited Justine Limroth Sunday after- noon. Iris Higgins was pleasantly sur- prised when her parents appeared Sunday. Who dedicated the se...

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

J-TAC VOL. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 3, 1934. NUMBER T GRASSBURR DRIVE NETS 452 SUBSCRIPTIONS PLOWBOY The Plowboys are still undefeat- ed although they have played three tie games this season. This week they rest and then they play tour conference games in as many weeks. They take on Weather cord, T. M. C., Ranger and N. T. A. C. in a row. Gang, let's all get the spirit for this Turkey Day game —and I mean sure enough. We want that Hornet's Stinger to hang up in our trophy case. Let's all get into this the right way. What do you say? Students, the annual staff al- ways has a lot of work to do, and the later it gets the more it piles up on them. You can help them a whole lot if you'll go down and have your pictures for the an- nual made now. They Can send theni off for engraving early and got them back and get them ar- ranged for the annual. They w'll really appreciate yuur co-opera- tion. Some of the track boys are al- ready getting in shape for track season next sprin...

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

PAGE TWO THE J.TAC Published Weekly by the StudentB of John Tarleton College Entered as seeond-claas mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Eaten: Per Year ... Single Copies ...91.50 _ .10 ADVERTISING RATES: Loc^l, 25c column inch; foreign, 3oc column inch, Addrees all cojnmiuucations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief - — Worrin Davis Business Manager - ... Jack Smith Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Reporters: Justine Limroth, Mary Jo Denton, Joe Oilbreath, Flora Jonos, Margaret Logan, Louis Tnte, Iris Higgina, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hali, Frances Taie. Mnry Kntheririe Funk. Kntherinp Wright, Herbert Smith, "Vaudine Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, EJrma Wolfe, • Carolyn SJaikeu, A. D. Livingston, Burke Horton, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, "W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Eulabel Chappell. Circulation Managers: Harold Bcaty and Joe Gilbreath. DETERMINE TO...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE •S0CI4TY- ERNEST JOHNSON JR., ILL IN STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL Ernest Johnson, Jr., three-year- old son of Mr. Ernest Johnson of the poultry department, i3 serious- ly ill in the Stephenville Hospital. The child became ill Sunday night. Hig condition has improved. BIDS FOR SOCIAL CLUBS TO BE GIVEN SATURDAY The bids for the girls' social clubs wil be sent out next Satur- day, and the answers should be sent in by Monday of the eighth week. Reserve bids will be sent out Wednesday of the eighth week. NORR/S DAVIS IS ELECTED T. I. P. A. REPRESENTATIVE BIOLOGY SPECIMEN CASES SHOULD BE FILLED SOON Specimen exhibit cases which have been placed in the hall on the second story of the Administra- tion Building by the biology de- partment have been equipped with electric lights this week. Museum representing the important groups in zoology have been ordered to be placed in these cases. The speci- mens will arrive soon. Many .students are interested in biology; so these cases ar...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAC DM CUPID PRESENTED AT CHAPEL TUESDAY Tuesday morning in chapel this campus was visited for the first time in about ten years by Dan Cupid. The Tarleton Players pre- sented a Cupid's program dedicat- ed to the new students of Tarleton. Christine Lenox greeted the au- dience, introducing the idea that Cupid was on the campus, and warned the cadets to beware. She told of the ecstasies of three co- eds of last Spring (Louise Pier- son, Jean Arthur, and Fenora Neeb) who came in singing "School Days." Each of the co-eds cold of a love affair. Jean called him a great tennis player and ath- lete, Louise sighed over how divine her flame (an S.O.T.) was to her when he once paddled out in the middle of the lake and dropped the oars and made love to her. Fe- nora told how thrilled she was to walk down Tarleton avenue with her silent love. Each said she wasn't afraid to tell the name of the boy with whom she was in love. One- said his name was Billy White, another called him ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1934

VOX.. XV. STEPHENVIIiLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1934. NUMBER S RECREATION BUILDING TO OPEN DECEMBER FIRST PLOWBOY After the game last night we now face the strong T. M. C. Bull- dogs. Last year their quick kicks and trick plays left ua on the wrong end of the score. This will be one of the strongest teams we face, and I'll tell you for sure, Coach Bridges' shrewd raind turns out a smooth-running- team. I still hear things every day about a Turkey Day game with N. T. A. C. They will be here from the forks of the creek, every state ill the union, and two foreign coun- tries. Let's all toddle down to the Novelty Studio and get Y.X.L. Baxley, the tall, handsome brute, to snap the niagnificent physiog- nomy for theGrassburr. There it has went, flew, or something, but the sis weeks' per- iod has gone, and so have my grades. Let's all whip up and pass everything the next six weeks, and wouldn't Papa and Mamma, be surprised if their little boy or girl made the honor roll? Let's try and d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1934

PAGE TWO THE J-TAG Advance Issue of Springtime Follows First Norther; Weatherologist Advises Purchase of Sleds for Coming Storm Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarletoa College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Steplumville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Tear Single Copies . — „$1.50 . .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all commiun cations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief — — Norris Dayia Business Manage/ ' — Jack Smith Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee, Beportera: Justine Linrroth, Mary Jo Denton, Joe (Jilbreath, Flora Jones, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Iris Rigging, Harold Beaty, 'Will Port Hall, Prances Tate. Mary Katherine Funk, Katharine "Wright, Herbert Smith, Vaudine Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, Krma Wolfo, Carolyn Slaikeu, A. D. Livingston, Burke Horton, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, W, P. Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1934

THE J.TAG PAGE THREE Idiot, Dunce, Booby, Fool Replaced by Synonyms Found in Treasury of Words What would you think if you picked up a book and on the back of the cover it reads something like this: "Do you ever grope for a word? For instance, when you want to call a man something, and realize the poverty of your vocab- ulary. and don't like to swear, think of having a book that you can open, and 'let your soul delight itself in fatness,' as you read, keeping the gentleman always in mind, thus: 'Fool, idiot, simpleton, donkey, ass, ninny, chucklehead, dolt, boody, goose, imbecile, gaby, nimcompoop, badaud, oaf, lout, loon, block, stick, dunderhead, blockhead, muttonhead, numskull, lunkhead, lummox, gawk, rube, dunce,' and a lot more." Right under this was a testi- monial by Dr. Frank Crane which said: "Such a comfortable book is Roget's 'International Thesaurus,' or Treasury of Words, the book no one of the writing craft can pos- sibly do without. I have owned a copy as far back as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 November 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J.TAC NOTICE The junior and sophomore classes will meet Tuesday to elect- their members of the Students* Council. The juniors are to meet in the auditorium while the sopho- mores will meet in the old audi- torium in the Home Economies Building. There "will he 110 chapel for thft seniors. HOLIDAY MARKS DAY WORLD WAR ENDED Sunday, November 11 marks the sixteenth anniversary of the sign- ing of the Armistice in Paris, France. The following- depicts the spirit of .the Warld War and the Armistice: "In the beautiful city of Paris stands a big railroad car. and across its broad sides are these words: 'The car in which the Ar- mistice wes signed, November 11, 1918.' It is the most famous rail- road car in the world, for in this ear, around a big table, sat the men who signed the significant document which ended the most terrific combat recorded in the his- tory of mankind. "The story of Armistice began when those mighty war leaders, grave and worn, and holding the happiness of...

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