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

VOL. XV. STEFHENVELLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 17, 1034. NOMBEB 9. 'LANS MADE TO ENTERTAIN THANKSGIVING VISITORS PLOWBOY Far be it from me to gripe at out something because it sounds as if I were trying to alibi. What I am starting to say is that I think wo got a raw deal last Friday night in Weatherford. Coach Wis- dom would be the last person on earth to say anything if it weren't true, and he told the officials af- ter the game that they were either unfair or they didn't know enough football to officiate a game. That really was a hard game to lose, and I mean sure enough. Our team gained three times as much yard- age;, made three times as many first downs, completed more pass- "es, fumbled less, and ran more plays. The Plowboys had such things happen to them as having a touchdown called back, two fif- teen-yard penalties in the same series of downs, repeated interfer- ence with pass receivers, once for a touchdown, and once a back shoved Moore down and another man caught a pass for...

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

PAGE TWO THE! J.TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-elass maii matter at the Postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Subscription Eateu: Per Tear Single Copies ~$1.S0 _ .10 ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column Inch. AddrenB all commiuncationa to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Norris Davis Jack Smith Editor-in-Chief ! Business Manager —- Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Maty Bert McAfee. Reporters: Justine Limroth, Mary Jo Denton, Joe Gilbreath, Flora Jones, Margaret Logan, Louis Tate, Iris Higgina, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall, Frances Tate. Mary Katherine Funk, KatherinP Wright, Herbert Smith, Vaudine "Williams, Hazel Stroud, Jean Arthur, Erma Wolfe, Carolyn Slaifeeti, A. D. Livingston, Burke Horton, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Kulabel Chappull, Mary Love Griffith. Circulation Managers: Harold Beaty and Joe Gilbreath. Staff ...

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

THE J-TAC WWW PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Rats Receive Considerable Comment As Girls Observe In Physiology Laboratory In spite of our studious inten- tions, we must have some excite- ment, As it is a habit of mine, I try to get an ear or an eye in on everything and in all my exper- ience never have I felt such a heat wave as we've had this week. Mind you, this heat was not created by a stir of some grass skirt or by the sun. It's plain hot air and most of the dumb bunnies believe ev- erything they hear. Too, there have been some false accusations about squealers. Here's the truth of the matter; the only squealers in school are the pigs at the Din- ing Hall. Why" does anyone let a little hot air 'weaken his ability to get things straight? Plans for the week-end party to Mexia evidently weren't carried out. It just happened that last week-end everybody had some- thing else to do except the ones who weren't invited. Moral: (for the fisli who has been saying he's going to rate a commission)...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC QEAN AND MRS. DAVIS TOUR THRU GEORGIA Tuesday morning, October 30, Dean and Mrs. Davis left Steph- enville for an extensive visit of Texas, Mississippi, Florida, Ala- bama, Louisiana, and Georgia. The course of the trip was through. Fort Worth, Dallas, and on to Shrevetioi-t, Louisiana. From there they went to Ruston—the home of Miss Nelson — then crossed the beautiful Mississippi on the newly constructed bridge at Vicksburg. Many points of interest were vis- ited between Vicksburg and Birm ingham. At Birmingham the large steel smelters were visited, and the process of smelting was care- fully examined. From this city they continued to Alabama City. Near Alabama City is a very beau- tiful mountain called Sand Moun- tain. Dean Davis was much im- pressed with this lovely plateau, which is more than thirty miles across. This mountain has been made into a beautiful, fertile farm land. The next place of interest that was visited (and <5ne that is surely very intere...

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

THE J-TAC VOL. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1934. HtVMBBS. 10. PLOW BOY Practically the entire student body of N. T. A. C.( and many other loyal followers, will be here Thanksgiving Day to boost their football team. We don't have to go anywhere. They are putting out most of the effort by coming here. All we have to do is just "stick around" until the fireworks begins Thursday afternoon. But "sticking around" seems to be a hard task for some home-loving Ones. Let's talk this game up, and be on hand to help entertain the visitors when they arrive on the special train at noon. Doped to lose, the Plow- boys will surely do so if they don't have the support of the students. Between halves of the football game Thanksgiving, the cadet corps from Tarleton will march onto the field and form the letters of the two schools, JTAC and NTAC. Continuing on the subject of football, we hear that Hugh Wolfe, ex-Tarletonite, is the out- standing player on the University of Texas team. He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 November 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 Bates: Per Tear Single Copies -$1.50 . .10 ADVEIITISINQ BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. Address all commiuncationB to the J>Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Norris Davis Business Manager. v Jack Smith Associate Editor .—, —Mary Jo Denton News Editor Frances Tate Feature Editor , — Vaudine Williams Society Editor Carolyn Slaikeu Exchange Editor Louis Tute Reporters: Margaret Logan, Harold Beaty, Will Port Hall, Joe Gilbreath, Mary Katheriu,o Punk, Katherine Wright, Herbert Smith, Hazel Stroud, Erma Wolfe, A. D. Livingston, Blirke Horttjn, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Eu label Chappell, Mary Love Griffith. Assistant Business Managers. Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Circulation Managers. Harold Beaty, ...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE •society- 38 GIRLS INITIATED INTO SOCIAL CLUBS THIS WEEK The various social clubs for girls have been considerably in- creased in the last two weeks. Fifty-eight girls are now mem- bers of the six girl's clubs on the campus. Thirty-eight are old mem- bers. The clubs, sponsors, officers, and members are as follows: S. 0. S. Club—Miss Hilswick, sponsor; Mary Jo Denton, presi- dent; Elizabeth Shaffer, vice-pres- ident; Audie Hallmark, Kathleen Moss, Fay Hamilton, Will Anna Holton, Geraldine Black, and Jen- nie Lee Withers. O. W. L. S. Club—'Miss King", sponsor; Louise Pierson, presU dent; Martha Gain, vice-president; Mae Evelyn White, Edwina Sparks, Evelyn Fitzhugh, Mary Elizabeth McAuliffe, Grace Chand- ler, Sammie Casbeer, Jen S. Ter- hune, and Judine Geisendorff, J. A. P. S. Club—-Miss Mayhew, sponsor; Hester Muse, president; Margaret Pruitt, vice-president; Melba Ator, secretary-treasurer; Flora Jones, Grace Short, Bobby and Nancy Price, Elouise Dun- wody, Doro...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAG THE EXES iiRSS Yea! Gig 'Em Plowboys! The J-Tac Staff Is For the Plowboys Let 'em have it PLOWBOYS! —Jack Smith. Smash 'em and Stomp 'em! ON YE TAELETON!—Morris Davis. let's lay 'eia among, the other defeats—Harold Beaty. Welcome, ex-students, support the team with us!—Vaudine Wil- I love a thrilling football game! That's -why I'm staying to sup- port the Plowhoys!—Carolyn Slai- keu. Plowboys, here's to ya. Yoit can and yoU will do it!—Frances Tate. Plowhoys, put all the push ye have into this game!—Mildred Richardson. Show 'em you can do it, Plow- hoys. right 'era!—Louis Tate. On Tarloton.—Mary Jo Denton. Give them everything that you have, Plowboys!—A. D. .Living- ston. OWE OF THE DALLAS BOYS HERBERT SMITH Is Backing the Plowboys BEAT N. T. A. C. Dr. A. 0. Cragwall YOU WELL LOOK YOUR BEST AT THE THANKSGIVING GAME In one of our new, Specially Pric- ed Coats. Tot the dance see our new evening dresses. The LADIES' STORE BEAT N.T.A.C. Higginbotham Bros. & Compa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 November 1934

THE J-TAC PAGE FIVE M .LV.Ll^ BACKING THE PLOWBOYS COMPANY"C 9 § DOWN THOSE JR. AGGIES! the BEAT N. T. A. C.--B Company--%*X™ BEAT N. T. A. C.— Your friends— <► ^Sstig#lsSS WE ARE BOOSTING YOU, PLOWBOYS! LESLUNETTES BEAT N. T. A. C. THANKSGIVING Thanks for Everything and the Plowboys DEAR'S Backing the Plowboys! STONE'S GROCERY Wise men are instructed by rea- son; men of less understanding, by experience; the most ignorant, by necessity; and beasts by na- ture.—Cicero. Twq Good Mottoes to Follow: Trade With The Service Drug Store and BEATN.T. A. C. In Football Thanksgiving Service Drug, Rexall Store White Service Station Dennis White Belknap and Green Streets GOOD GULF GASOLINE GIG 'EM ARMY! M. C. NICHOLS FRESH FRUIT PATRONIZE THE CANDY STAND Htm t>y College Students We are For You, Plowboys! North Texas Agricultural College Kama STO. Wt. ]poaitioii Name No. Wt, position Elder 1 Hunter... Pope Nixon Balk Elder, Ijewia Svadlenalc_ . 2 . 3 _ 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 „ 8 9 .10 _11 Vanglian-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 November 1934

PAGE SIX THE J.TAG STUDENTS' COUNCIL MEMBERS ELECTED FROM ALL CLASSES Personnel Is Completed For Or- ganization That Foster© Student Activities The personnel of the Students' Council has been completed with the election of class representa- tives. The constitution of the Student Council, which gives the purpose and duties of the organization, has been posted,since the second week of school. Students may know that the council is responsible for the student activities such as nomina- tions, elections, student chapel programs, appointment of the dance committee, and advocation of any rules and regulations whieh would be for the betterment of the school. Officers of the council are as follows: S. E. Blair, president; Yates Stafford, vice-president; Vivian Hammack, secretary-treas- urer. Senior members are Judine Geisendorff, Elizabeth Shaffer, Doyle Miller, MacField McDaniel. New junior members are Barney Blankenship, Grady Morrow, Prances Tate. Underclassmen members are Otis Shropshire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 November 1934

THE J-TAG PAGE SEVEN AMPUS eyhol Greetings, N. T. A. C. and hello again, Tarleton. Here we are like a flash. Like a bad penny. Like a Gentleman. Well, anyway with items as varied, as strange, and probably as misdirected as the 3,586,737 nominees for Grassburr favorites. Spent more time dallying' with the mental facilities than keyhol- ing this week. The startling fem- ales turned loose Thursday,, set me once again, a-wondering what O. W. L. S. stands for. And S. O. S. and J. A. P's. Come to think about it, even Les Lunettes is a mystery to toe. But I had a brain- storm and figgered out this Dau Ta. Faculty members have their favorite songs, too, but we're still "Lost in a Fog" about the why and wherefore. Passing fancies—Jennie Ayers' curls and Vivian Hammack's coils . . . That .egg stuff . . . Frances, with or without acorn gathering ability . . . The spirit of the Fort, boys in regard to the game. Past fancy—Evelyn Fitzbugh. Tho J. A. P's could dish it out and Grace Short could ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 November 1934

PAGE EIGHT THE J-TAC N. T. A. C. GIRLS Let us extend to you every courtesy, hearty greetings, and a'cordial WELCOME. It is a real pleasure to have you on our campus. ASSOCIATION OP WOMEN STUDENTS. 88 YEARS HIGH SCHOOL— (Continued from page 1) '81. He ia playing guard for the Plowboys. Phil Gage, Kingsville, played '31 and '32 high school football at quarter position. He is playing that position for the Plowboys. Bob Graves, Uvalde, played guard for Uvalde in '31, '32, and '33, and was all-district guard all three years. He ia playing center here. T. A. Moore played center for San Saba in '28, '29, '30, and '31, and received all-distrct position in '30 and '31. He is playing tenter here. Bill Gay Kennerly, Brady, play- ed three years' high school ball. He iwas all-district guard in '29 and all-district full in '31, He is playing half for the Plowboys this year. Hugh Sharp played half for Richards in '30, '31, '32, He was all-distrct half all three years. He is playing half this year ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1934

J-TAC vol.. XV. STEPHEHTIUC.E, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DEO. 15, 1934 NUMBER 11. PLOWBOY The Christmas spirit is rapidly becoming in evidence on Tarleton campus these days, with everybody making big plans for the holidays. Some of the students, whose homes are many miles from here, will be going home for the first time since coming to school. With the passing of the football season, basketball now takes the spotlight among athletic activities. Tarleton has always had good bas- ketball teams, and there is no rea- son why this season should not prove highly successful. The boys have already started working out, with each company organizing a team. Some of the men are al- ready of proven worth; others must be carefully watched for a while until Coaches Wisdom and Sanders can pick out the players who will probably see the most service as members of the college team. Let's get behind our basket- ball team now! Final exams are not too far away for us to start thinking about them. If you made good...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1934

PAGE TWO' ftrnrrnwrrr THE J - T A C Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered ay seeond-claas mail matter at the Postoffice in StepheaviHe, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1874, Subscription Bates: Per Tear Single Copies ..$1,50 _ .10 ADVERTISING! BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e column inefc. Address all commiuncationa to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station;, Texas STAFF Editor-ia-CIiiei1 — Business) Manager Associate Editor News Editor Feature Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor - Morris Davis Jack Smith Mary Jo Denton Frances Tate Vaudine Williams .Carolyn Slaikeu Louis Tate ^Reporters: Harold Bcaty, Hazel Stroud, A. D. Livingston, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Eulabel Chappcll,. Mary Love Griffith. Assistant Business Managers. Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Circulation Managers. Harold Beaty, Joe Gilbreath, Staff Poet. Reba Statum. THE REAL CHRISTMAS SPIRIT The time of happiness and good cheer is almost here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1934

THE J-T AC PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Season's greetings and quota- tions of the number of shopping days until Christmas. I am begin- ning to think the white-bearded gentleman in the red suit has the better idea. Coming down chim- neys would probably be far more profitable than keyholing for the purpose. Smuttier, anyway, and after all, what kind of a column is this. Being all filled with Christmas spirit (not the liquid variety), I won't tell what I know about Mar- garet Pruitt Wednesday night, but I'm "stocking up." Clever lad, Martindale. Always thought he knew his ABC's and women. Funny he doesn't seem to discern between 3 and 30. And Iris Higgins is still getting in her eight hours a day with Grady Carson. Do we hear the jingle of bells, or is it just the silver, gold and Murph, on his way to buy Crew the present? The day's most fickle gentleman i Sid Langford, Rarely see the same smiling femmc with him twice in succcssion. A supremely now-and-forever edition, Miss Jerry Black, 19...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1934

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC KXItTY PRESS CLUB SERVES TEA FOR THANKSGIVING VISITORS One thing which pleases dab is a reunion of its ex-members. Such was the pleasure enjoyed by the Press Club at the tea given Thursday evening, November 29, Mingled with the welcomed NTAC visitors were the following ex- Tarletonites: Gabe Lewis* editor of the J-Tac in 1928; Bob Wood, assistant editor of the J-Tac in 1928; Lurlyne Sellers, associate editor in '28, Oran Stovall, assist- ant business manager of the '28 J-Tac; and J. Melvin Tucker, a member of the Grassburr staff; Mary Hope Westbrook, editor of the Grassburr in 1924; Ralph Lo- gan, spcrte editor, and Ina Mae Tate, liUir-ry editor, of the 1933 Grassburr; and Mack Creswell, a member if the J-Tac staff of 1933. Of last year's exes there were William Wiley, editor; Alice Ham- ilton, literary editor; Dorothy Lynn Taylor, calendar editor; and John Logan, associate editor, all of the Grassburr. The large attendance of the members of the Junior Aggie and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1935

THE J-TAC YOb. XV. stephenvhjjE, texas, Saturday, January 12, 1935 snraBEE 12. PLO^BOY STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Final exams are just around the corner, so don't be surprised if you see everybody walking around as if in & trance the next two- weeks. The climax in nervous tension among students is expected to be reached during the period between Jan- uary 23 and 26, when exams will be in full swing. Starting off where it left off last year, the Tarleton basketball team opened its season with a victory over Sproles Transfer of Fort Worth. The score was 14 to 33. Of course it is too early in the season to tell much about how this year's team will compare with last year's, but from all indica- tions the Plowboy basketball team is going places again in 1935. Banking second to basketball in sports at Tarleton, is ping-pong. There is a ping-pong table in the Recreation Hall, and from the number of enthusiasts of the game, it is only a matter of time before tournaments will be held. Miss McRu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered m Bceond-elasi) mail matter at the PoBtoffics in Stephenyille, Teias, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Subsaription Bates: Per Year Single Copies .$1.50 - .10 ADVEBTISENG BATES: Local, 35c eolumn inch; foreign, 35c eolumn ineh. Address all eommiuncationg to the J-Tae, Tailetoa Statical, Teia« STAFF Editor-in-Chief Business Manager- Associate Editor.— News Editor Feature Editor- Society Editor.. TTorris Davis _ Jack Smith Mary Jo Benton Prances Tate —Vaudine Williams Carolyn Slaikeu Louis Tate Exchange Editor Keporters: Harold Beaty, Hazel Stroud, A. D. Livingston, Elbert Adams, Charles Miller, W. P. Alien, Bill Merrill, Eulabel Chappell, Mary Love Griffith. Assistant Business Managers. Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Circulation Managers. Harold Beaty, Joe Gilbreath. Staff Poet. Reba Statum. ALL TOGETHER SING IT NOW "Happy New Year, dear students:, happy new year to you." And so the J-T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1935

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Kern ember? It's the old gentle- man who has here way back in '34. Not the one with the scythe and draperies, but the one with the data. But times is hard, my fran. Norma Ratliff is settling1 down, the amorous H. Smith is departed, La Verne Whitacre's affairs be- come clandestine, and altogether, keyholing just ain't what it used to be. Even Stephenville's Gift to the Ladies, Billy P. W. White, isn't so quick at the wink as he once was. If it weren't for Wilma Helen, Margie, and Grace Chan- dler and their respective swains, I'd even say S. A. was Slipping Away. Well, no, there's Irma Doyle, who goes from pillar to post. (You can judge for yourself which is pillar, which is post.) And the perennial Beaty love goes on. I am lounging about the Dump porch when in comes Jennie Lee with a doting swain. Several min- utes later she again comes in with two men. The 1'ollowing evening she repeated this spectacular per- formance. The question is: When does she...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC ■5CXI4TY PRE-CHRISTMAS PARTIES ENJOYED BY MANY CLUBS Give us the privilege, please, at this late date of taking your mem- ory back to the week immediately preceding the Christmas holidays. Several social Junctions occurred during that time which we hope have not been forgot. Let us men- tion a few of them, Mr. Poole's business adminis- tration classes were entertained at the Home Economics Building on. the evening' of December 18. The E. T. C. Club enjoyed a party at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. Woodward, Saturday night, Dec- ember 15, and later a slumber par- ty in the Dormitory. The S. O. S. members had a Christmas party with a tree and striped candy and everything in the Dormitory par- lor the Saturday night before the holidays. A waffle breakfast, en- joyed by the members of the Tej- as, was given Sunday morning of the week classes ended for the holidays. The Dau Ta's entertain- end with a waffle supper on the night of December 15. We hope everyone had a g...

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