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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1935

J-TAC VOL. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JAiTUAEY 19, 1935 NTJMBES 13. PLOWBOY Well, things look good for the dear old Tarleton Plowboys. And since this is John speaking, my words are not merely empty words. They are full to the brim with meaning. Last year the Tar- leton Cagers were far ahead of anything they played. This year history is preparing to repeat it- self, The games don't take much time, so why not turn out for them? Every minute will be pack- ed with thrills and pride in the boys in the purple and white silk suits. Tonight there is a game with Hillsboro that should be a beauty. Let's all be there. And the cinders are still flying, too. After defeating N.T.A.C. in the cross country run the boys turned their attention to nice lit- tle short runs like the half-mile. Just to keep in shape you know. And they are showing- up nicely, too. There's Johnson who looks good for a 440 against anybody. Harper and Sweeten do some pretty going on that half-mile, and Gage will be q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffice in Stephonville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copies _ ..♦1.50 - .10 ADVERTISING EATES; Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35e column inch. Address ail eoinmioncatioiis to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief Business Manager.. Associate Editor.... News Editor STAFF Morris Davis Jack Smith ..Mary Jo Denton Frances Tate Vaudine Williams Carolyn Slaifcen Louis Tate feature Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor .. ^Reporters: Harold Beaty, Hazel Stroud, A. D. I/ivmgaton, Elbert Adama, Charles Miller, W. P. Allen, 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. TAKING STOCK With the days for the final reckoning so close upon us we can hardly find ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1935

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE wawctftBttOBa •SOCIETY- SPARKLING LIGHTS MAKE ATTRACTIVE DECORATION One cannot imagine how attrac- tive a table lined on both sides with sparkling lights cart be. Such was the case last Saturday night at the dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Swan Richardson for the Dau Ta's. The hostess served in- dividual fruit puddings with whip- ped cream, in which were placed the sparklers, with mints, roasted nuts, and coffee. Adding to the beauty of the lighted sparklers, the traditional Eskimo and snow scene centerpiece of the Dau Ta club proved effective, Those attending the dance were Mr. and Mrs. E, G. Johnson, El- tiora Larson, Ross Smiley, Mildred Richardson, O. C. Allen, Nelda Dittrich, T. A. Moore, Margaret Kitchens, Herman Price, Nell Dec- ker, Sid Langford, Faye Abbott, Odell Elliott, Catharyn Rushing, Doyle Yardley, Carolyn Slaikeu, Morris Davis, Laura Kirk, Clovis Johnson, Clarice Andrews, Mac- Field McDaniel, Reba Boatler, Al- ton Redwine, Valton Redwine, Frank Gask...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC AMPUS eyhole Enter the old Man. Did'ja know: A Tarleton eoaple have gone and done it? With a middle aisle and twin bucks plus—and they are it Now you are it—guess who. Not a bluff, my children, James Blackwell Cargile— 'John's own trackman—can hurdle back fences with astounding: per- fection, George MeDaniel Collins, the potato chip man. A zed or not, Mr. Collins ? Ho, Hum. Oh, those old Kentucky Hills. And Major Eichey lets in the fresh air. Under the weepin' willow: Grace Anne Short, Colonel Mac is aleaving. V, D.—co sweet—Smith Jr. has a past. It is a Fort Worth lady. Poor lad, he took his love too ser- iously. Qilinn Rounsaville—commander of Tarleton's Cavalry Unit. Sam Ereedlove—second in command. What has Lt. Colonel Horton got that Colonel MacField McDaniel and Captain Elliott hasn't. Or is it true, truelove. Kemember? When Hop P. had no Todd to worry with. When it was proper to say Nertz. When a freshman was a fresh- man. With the Recreation Hall comes a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1935

VOL. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1935 NUMBER 14. PI.OwBOY By defeating the Weatherford College quintet Tuesday night, the Tarleton basketball team chalked up its twenty-seventh consecutive victory. This record of course in- cludes last year's games. Basing our contentions on past perform- ance of the team, it is our belief that the Plowboy five would more than hold its own with any team in the Southwest Conference. No team in said Conference can boast such a record as the Plowboys hold —a record which any school in any conference would be proud of. A large crowd attended the Ly- eeum attractions last Wednesday night which featured the "Pollard Players" in a four-act play. The famed S. M. U. band with other entertainers will blow into town Saturday, February 2nd, and put on a show at one of the local theatres. The S. M ,U, band, which went over big in New York City when the Mustangs played Ford- ham, is slated to tour Broadway this summer. With those jaw-breaking',...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1935

PAGE TWO' THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of Johu Tarleton College Entered as second-class mall matter at the Postoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copies ..$1.50 .. .10 ADVERTISING RATES: Local, 25c column inch; farcignt 35e column inch. Address all eommiun cations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Associate Editor News Editor Stature Editor Society Editor STAFF Norris Davia - Jack Smith ..Mary Jo Denton Frances Tate Vaudine Williams Carolyn Slaikeu —- Louis Tate Exchange Editor Reporters: Harold Beaty, Elbert Adams, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Mary Love Griffith, Clara Nell MeDermett, Anu( Eldyss Jarratt, Pustine Limroth. Assistant Business Managers. Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Circulation Managers. Harold Beaty, Joe Giibreat!:, Staff Poet. Beba Statum. IT'S ALL IN THE START Well, here we come again although this spring sunshine has us so we had much ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1935

THE J - T A C PAGE THREE HEY I Members of the Press Club, why not make a personal ap- pearance at your next meeting? It seems that you must be en- tertained; and in order to please your whims, Iieba Statum and Ann Eldyse* Jarratt are going to read some of their poetry nest Tuesday evening. Meet in the usual room, Alll, at 7:00, There is Rtsme important business to be attended to- Please be there. THE TONGUE, AN INDEX TO YOUR HEART By every word that you utter Whether in earnest or jest You cause some about you to mutter And separate you from the rest. Do you ever leave an impres- sion That will cause some one to doubt That you really made a con- fession From your heart and soul devout? We find it is hard to narrate The proper thing in place. Because most listeners esti- mate. Our worth by speech as by face. So the tongue must be an index To 'the inner self, the heart, That reveals a life complex That is lived with manly art. —Iieba Statum. Flayers Present "Mr. Barnabas" "Mr. Barnaba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC LiS IE BY WOODWORK DEPT. New laboratory desks have been placed in the physiology and bac- teriology laboratory and are now being installed with water, gaa, and electric fixtures. These six laboratory desks were made by the woodwork department for the bi- ology department. These six desks are to be placed in pairs, to give working room for twenty-four stu- dents. They were made by four students under the supervision of Mr. Dawson. The students were Howe "Ross, foreman; Bennie Ford, Arliegh Harris, and Dyar1 Oakley. The desks were made of solid oak, low enough for students to sit and work with their microscopes. The tops are of 3 composition call- ed transit, made of Portland ce- ment and asbestos, which is heat and acid proof. The wood parts are varnished with a clear bakelito varnish. There are eight drawers and two closets in each for the is- sued equipment. The electricity is to be used for individual lighting and uses during laboratory work. Each desk has a wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1935

£ J-TAC VOL, XV. STEPIffiNVILLB, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1935 ITDMBEB 15. Students Chapel Program Monday To Present Tap Dancing, Orchestra Music OFFICERS ARE CHANGED FOR NEW DIVISION OF COMPANIES Dancing and music. That is the program promised by President of the Student Council Blair for the first of the rearranged student chapel periods, Miss Maxine Clem, eilts, noted tap dancer, who has been traveling through the south- ern states with a musical comedy unit, will do a doft-shoe dance while the College Orchestra will supply music. The program will be the first given on the new schedule which has gone into effect with the beginning of the second semes- ter. Under this schedule student chapel meets once a week on Mon- day at nine o'clock. With only one program per week, the Students' Council promises plenty of good and varied programs. WAYNE MIDGE IS NEWHIPRESIDENT Congratulations to Wayne Ev- ridge, the new president of the Heart of Texas Club, who was elected last Saturday ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of Jolm Tarloton College Entered as secoiid-elasa mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Tear $1.50 Single Copies —_— ——_ . -10 ADVE'BTISTNG BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all commitmcations to the J-Tac, Tarlaton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief Nnrris Davis Business Manager Jack Smith Associate Editor Mary Jo Denton News Editor „ - Prances Tate Feature Editor Vaudine Williams Society Editor., Carolyn Slaikeu Exchange Editor Louis Tate Reporters: Harold Beaty, Elbert Adams, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Mary Love Griffith, Clara .Noll McDermett, Am) Bldyss Jarratt, Pustine Limroth. Assistant Business Managers. Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee. Circulation Managers. Harold Beaty, Joe Gilbreath. Staff Poet. Reba. Statum. NEW! NEW! In this issue of the J-Tac we are presenting for the first time a brand new column of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1935

THE J-TAC PAGE THEE® •SCXItTY MRS. RICHARDSON'S PUPILS GIVE FAREWELL PROGRAM Thursday evening, January 31, 1935, a beautiful program was rendered by Mrs. Richardson's stu- dents, under her direction. Those who took part oil the program were Mary Eicli, Mary Furgerson, Mar- thela Wisdom, Margaret Hamilton, Wilma Barnctt, Hazel Nult, Doro- thy Davis, Dorothy Jean Stiller, Mary Jane Anderson, and Richard Thompson. After the program, Mrs. Rich- ardson was presented with a beau- tiful gift in appreciation of her good work and cooperative efforts. THIRTY-FIVE €. E. MEMBERS ENJOY BANQUET PROQGRAM Students belonging to the Christ- ian Endeavor of the Tarleton Ave- nue Christian church have just ob- served Youth's Week, which term- inated with a lovely banquet given Friday night, February 1, at the home of Mrs. Fred Chandler, Sr., on West Frey street. The white laid tables were ac- cented with red valentine decora- tions, the motif being carried out in the menu also. The program was entered ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-T AC AMPUS Your eminent correspondent, la- dies, gentlemen, arid Varsity Hounds, chastised but unreformed by Sheridan's classic, to give you what sins have been flashed before these gossip-loving optics. Your unseen, all-seeing report- ter observes a sudden avalanche of women falling for the patent leather Joe Barekman, who con- tinues to be just elusive enough to be interesting prey for the. pack of them. The foot-loose Eounsaville's fa- vorite expression of affection— "Devil." Impressions: Henry Todd at the S. O. S. dance . . . Mary Beth Thomas's strange eyes and lashes . . . John Tarleton Irwin and his orange-haired wench, two smiling children in the sun . . . the mark- ed resemblance between Ann Eld- yas Jarratt and Dorothy Davis . . Mingled grief and glee around 11:30 at the P. O, . . . The turmoil one little gesture (upturned palms uplifted), causes in dismissing chapel. One word description of Mar- garet Pruitt—Impish. In the dirt columns a year ago today; "Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1935

VOL. XV. STEPHENVII.LE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1!)35 NUMBER 16. PLOWBOY Without a Waterloo in thirty straight games, the Tarieton bas- ketball team deserves first men- tion again in Ezra's Column. When one considers what the Plowboys' record really means, he will realize the strength of the team. Basketball is a game in which a scoring lead in the early part of the game, of one team ov- er another, signifies little in the final outcome of the game. Last- minute rallies are so frequent in basketball that, to win consistent- ly, a team must be able to stave off rallies, as well as to initiate them. Their record indicates that the Plowboys have played a con- sistent brand of ball that has al- ways kept them with the big end of the score until the end of every game. A full house attended the freshman students* chapel pro- gram, which featured the college jazz orchestra, and Miss Maxine Clements, a dancer from Houston, who gave her impression of how the Flirtation Waltz should be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1935

PAGE TWO' THE J - T A C WITH OUR Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered as second-class mail matter at the Postoffiee in Stephenville, Texag, under act of Congress of March 3, 1870. _ $1.50 .10 Subscription Rates: Per Year Single Copie3 _ ADVERTISING BATES: Local, 2fte column inch; foreign, 3ne column inch. Address all eoinmiuncations to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF Editor-in-Chief — Business Manager Associate Editor News Editor Feature Editor .... Society Editor ..... Exchange Editor Reporters: Harold lieaty, Elbprt Adams, W. P. Allen, Bill Morrill, Mary Lore Griffith, Clara Nell MeOevmett, Ann Kldyas Jarrat.t, Justine Lim- roth, Fay Scurbtough, Bob Shannon. Mary CocUriM- Assistant Business Managers. Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert MeAfeo. Circulation Managers. Ilarold Beaty, Joe Gilbreattu Staff Poet. lieba Statum. Norris Davis Jack Smith Mary Jo Denton Frances Tate Vaudhie Williams Carolyn Slaikeu .Xouis Tate IN MEMOKIAM Tarleton College griev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1935

THE J-T AC PAGE THREE Bath-Powder Bath, Rubberized Tobacco Prove Too Much for a Peaceful Cadet As usual the wandering cadet came back to the room with an air of delight and fantastic dreams of the night's rambles. But woe was he as he entered the room with the expectation of obtaining a night's sleep in perfect peace. That tells not the true happenings that befell the noble gentleman within a period of time between entering the door and letting him- self drift into the Land of Nod. It wag the hour that the Sandman had already left. Mr. Sandman knew the room- mate very well and often left the sand of sleep with that trust- worthy person to dope late cadet. Strange as it may seem, that night the roomie had used all the sand for himself to insure a dead sleep. "Whistling with a romantic tilt of the head, the cadet entered the dark room with his thoughts many miles away. With his right hand ready to turn on the electric light and left hand on the door-knob, he shoved open the door and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-T AC ~r t CADET AND CADETETTE CHATTER Not only freshmen do thought- less things. Several boys have blushed out of girl's chapel on Wednesdays. Some guilty ones are Burke Horton and Doubeek, and one time L, Gresham went all the way to the front seat. Did anyone miss seeing Evelyn Fitzhugh's picture in the Star- Telegram Sunday, about which, was written something about "may crash gates of movie fame?" If anyone can do it, Eve- lyn can, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rowlett are living on Vanderbilt out in town. Hal is going to school. Sunday Mrs. McKinney visited the couple. Jennie Lee's wish was finally fulfilled when her mother surpris- ed her Sunday morning with a visit. Some people's idea of being fun- ny: sending a comic Valentine with a dirty crack without signing it. Nothing but a marked sign of envy. Our best freshman boy seems to be our most mysterious boy. Why is he never seen around? Where does he keep himself? Why did he leave the Fort? Why do the Fort boys call him conc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1935

THE J-T A C PAGE FIVE World News Is Presented in Brief; Italy, Abyssinia Mobilise Troops OCTOGENARIAN CUTS TOOTII, WIFE HAS WHOOPING COUGH Britain and France at last have decided to offer equality to G er- many, but with conditions. Writers report that the millions of Euro- peons think the offer to recognize Germany equality it the most sub- stantial step toward peace since the Locarno meeting nearly ten years ago. This recognition should bring Germany back into the League of Nations. The outstand- ing- condition which Germany must accept is an agreement for a reci- procal arrangement in forestalling air raids. This reciprocal agree- ment will include most of the na- tions, and all promise to aid the others if they are attacked via the air. At last the Boulder Dam nears completion. This great, titanic undertaking which interests every- one because of its immensity and man's power over nature, has been tinder construction for three years. Last week a diversion tunnel, in use since 19...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1935

PAGE SIX THE J-TAC AMPUS eyhole They had been going together for a long time, and then she came to college. She played around quite seriously with another. He wrote and wrote. This year he came back to Tarleton with her— and stayed. Now a diamond spar- kles on the appropriate finger of Nelda's hand. Suddenly a brainstorm. Dump dance preparations (for March 5) 2ealously begin. Young men are gotten out of bed, picture shows, and games of chance. And practi- cally everyone has his 24 dances made out. Hcadliner; Norma Ratliff Rush- es Joe Clonts. Never realize it's such a small world until Wednesday matinees and Sunday night Dumpatory dates. Dublin's Voice is with us, the Morgan of K'.F.P.L. fame. Ob- viously the lengthy romance with Edwina of the house of Sparks is no longer even that suggestion of a flame. One word description of Mary E. Jones: Blithe. Forced to admit I can't get much out of them Prince Albert ads. A year ago today in the Kam- pus Keyhole: Snapshots—Willie Wiley's hip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1935

Irf'F^ ^g? W SpSl 11 Jnl Jco J-TAC VOL. XV. STEPHEHVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, PEBIiTJItAY 23, 1935 HUMEBR 17. PLOWBOY Eivalry somewhat like that which existed between NT AC and Tarleton during football season, may crop up again between the two schools in the mar future. Next Tuesday, a highly touted chorus from NT AC will give a concert at the Conservatory, start- ing at 4:30 o'clock. Advance no- tices indicate that their chorus boasts over 100 voices. Tarleton plans to return the engagement sometime in the near future, when gome 60 chorusters will journey over to Arlington to show their wars. And the vistory drive continues, as the basketball team turns in its thirty-fifth consecutive win. It seems as though, like an ava- lanche, the Plowboy quintet gath- ers momentum and power as it goes along, and it will take a real obstacle to halt such a winning streak. ... On Ye Tarleton! In squad competition Thursday morning, Company C's crack rep- resentative squad took first place by a wide m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1935

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Timid and Silent or Grinning and Bold Youngsters on the Campus are Enjoyed Published Weekly by tlie Students of John Tnrleton Coll Entered as second-class mail matter at the Post off ice in Steplienville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1S7D. Subscription Rates: Per Year Single Copies ..$1.50 .. .10 ADVERTISING RATES: Lot-nl, 2'x* eohinin inch; foreign, 35c column ineti. Address all commiuncations to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas STAFF ...u ..... ... Norris Dnvis Jack Smith Mary Jo Denton Fran res Tate ...Vnndine Williams Carolyn Slaikeu Louis Tate Reporters: Harold Benty, Elbert Adams, \V. P. Allen, Bill MpjtiII, Mary Love Griffith, Hara Nell MclVrnu'tt, Ann F.hlyps .Tarratt, Justine Lim- 1-nfli. Fay Krarliroiiuli, Bob Shannon, Mary Cockrill. Assistant Business Manaj;ers: Miktred Kudiurdsnn, Mary I,fit. McAfee, W. IX Morgan. Staff Poet, Krfoa Rtntum. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager... Associate Editor News Editor Feature Editor Boriet.v Editor - - ...

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