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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1923

*** ■ ^ ^ 4:':\.. 't .^-f-l''^« , j ' J 3- VOLUME V. " ■ ' ' STEPH|j^VILLE, TEXAS, WEDNES|jlY,'pECpp^ J2, 1923. . SERVICE DRUG SI 1 AD P GET A DURHAM DUPLEX RAZOR Q PR I L Ul|,£!i ^ AT YQUR OWN PRICE 0 $ SL \ ICE Dl {UG STORE .• i'V -' Tarleton As I Knew It J,. 1, _.?5 _ , ■ - f. V • • • -. feSlSt :>• By Dock Birdwell With the opening of the 1918- 1919 term of school at John- Tar- leton there .yvas more hustling and ■) hurrying than ait the opening of any previous session. This unusual confusion was caused, by several conditions, chief among them being the estab- lishment of an S. A. T. C.-unit at Tarleton, This organization, as most of you know, was a branch of the army giving- young men of draft age an opportunity to carry oil their college work and at the same time receive army training. Boys from the age of 18 to 21 flocked to Stephenville by the hundreds, all desirous of meeting . the . goVe'rnment requirements for this branch of service.- Another factor affecting the proces...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1923

i (■! THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3, 1879, Published weekly by the student body of J. T, A. C. Carlton Downing Editor Irvin Hollinger. ..Business Mgr. Reginald Fidler Circulation Mgr EDITORIAL One of the things being agi tated by Junior Colleges is a rule that will make Junior College graduates eligible for the varsity teams in Southwestern Conference i without serving a year on the Freshman squad. Should this rule be adopted it would be one of the best things that could happen to Junior College athletics, Students would go to Junior Colleges that otherwise would go to the Senior institutions. As it now is, men who graduate from Junior Col- leges, and spend a year on some Freshman squad, has only one year to try for the Varsity. The result is they go to some school in the T. I. A. A. Conference, and this conference has received many good players from the Juniors, but there are few instance...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1923

TARLETON AS I KNEW IT (By Dock Birclwett) (Continued from pagel) been drawn to Tarleton by the S. A. T, C. remained in school. Among these were such men as Lewis Link, Cadet Major in '21- '22, Carey Baughn, Ray Bellomy, Claude Kay, Finky Martin, Al Col- wick, and others. Athletics that year was consid- erably crippled by so many regu- lars answering the call of their country, but nevertheless Tarleton that year was the undisputed baseball champions , of the Junior conference. The Cofwick broth- ers, Clarence and Carl, better known as Little Owl and Big Owl, proved to be a very valuable bat- tery that year. Other members of this famous team were, "Red" Hudspeth, "Hard Nine" Ernie Johnson, Daddy Lanning, "Monty" Montgomery. "Beefy" Hall, "Bunt" Adams, Rex Rogers and "Runt" Yarbrough. With one or two exceptions these men are now more or less prominently connect- ed :With athletics in capacities varying from varsity ball and coaching to ieague baseball, 'Red' Hudspeth and 'Beefy' Hall, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 December 1923

j,-v' j'-oivv,";",- J^Cr -h * ^ ;? 3 s?®sr r*-,.—•^VKMW SSr •• ;---..:-i?lr i-Class Shop for .tadies and ®eii tq - : LIST US Dp YOUR CHRISTMAS >VtORK .,. ■ "■-■ FHONIi 471 Wlip H^e %pk • m 8kv - *&&*. The lootJbj.ll season is aver and the White House furnished :>i£ai quota oi valuable material in ^ohnsop, Fjj^hug'n, S,_ Zeigler, and Wjtchcr ol the imst strffis and Bolui and Hitchcock of the* Jim' team Zeigler of the first- btring lineup is a la.st year: man'! {nidi a Senioi, theietoie having' played 'hia last yeai of football Jfoi the- TaUeton Pui pie " and 'White The othei men mentioned 'above, hwoever, will be back next ✓year and we aie expecting groat results Uom their efforts m the" football events of" 1924 Although the. iootbatl se.a on Is" over, the .basketball .season has opened in gieat sfyle and the Whi te ffouj,e i again "btnitffeg men from .igto^li^D'efJ-^avrng f^ojrtbcrfor Chter- j^hugh, all frpm. .tfojj^r'-"High -"School and Jessie fi^cKcb^/frb^ Kno^ City ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1923

•r^T' tr: 1"':f ': TH - TAC VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1923 NUMBER 12. SERVICE DRUG STORE BNY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM US BEFORE GOING HOME SERVICE DRUG STORE "~r ■- f Tarleton's Fine Arts Department ■ In Series of Recitals . The Fine Arts department of John Tarleton Agricultural Col- ■ lege has. during the last ten, days, presented a series of excellent! re- citals that gave evidence of a high grade of musiciansnip and brought joy and pleasure to large audi- ences. On December 7th, Mr. Garnett W. Froh was presented in a Ma- rimba entertainment. This proved to be a popular and, pleasing pro- gram. Old familiar tunes were in- termingled with- snappy marches and the sweet and beautiful tones of* the Marimba made a delightful ensemble that.will linger long in the memory of the audience. Mr. Froh was ably assisted by Mr. Homer W. Clough, baritone, who ' rendered two groups of songs that completely captivated his'hearers. Monday, December IDth, the Girls' Gle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1923

THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3, 1879, Published weekly by the student body of S. T. A. C. Carlton Downing ..Editor Irvin Hollinger .Business Mgr. Reginald Fi^ieiV- Cireulation Mgr THERE SHALJ, 3E NQ ALIBI "There Shall Be No Alibi." That is the motto of Tarletpn's athletic teams and student body. It is the foundation on which her traditions are built in athletics. When they lose a game it is to a team that outplayed us, not on an "if." It is an unwritten law that no alibi shall be offered: for a de- feat. There was never a game lost but that an "if" would change the score in a dozen places. It takes a man to forget that "if" and say, "fou outplayed us." This was never brought more forcibly to us than in the State Champion- ship ' game last year with Ales- ander College. An "if" -would have changed the score in that game in many places, and it was . won in the last two- minutes on a pass that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1923

' \ - \ THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3, 1879. ■ Published weekly by the student body of J. T. A. C, Carlton Downing Editor Irvin Hollinger Business Mgr. Reginald Fitlier Circulation Mgr THERE SHALL BE NQ ALIBI "There Shall Be No Alibi." . That is the motto of Tarleton's athletic teams and student body. It is the foundation on which her traditions are built in athletics. When they lose ,a game it is to a team that outplayed us, not on an "if." It is an unwritten law that no alibi shall be offered for a de- feat. There was never a game lost but that an> "if" would change the score in a dozen places. It takes a man to forget that "if" and say, "You outplayed us." This was never brought more forcibly to us than in the State Champion- ship game last year with Ales- ander College. An "if" -would have changed the score in that game in many places, and it was won in the last two'' minutes on a I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 December 1923

DAVIS BARBER SHOP phone 471 . First-Class Shop for Ladies and Men LET US DO YOUR CHRISTMAS WORK . PHONE 471 DAVIS BARBER SHOP TARLETON AS I KNEW IT There had been excitement at the opening of the 1918-19 ses- sion but it was nothing to com- pare with that which dominated the beginning of tne 1919-20 ses- sion. Indeed there was cause to be excited, for was not Tarleton to have a new dea.n? Every one was over anxious to get a look at this man who was to pilot the good ship Tarleton on her forth- coming cruise. Be it said of that worthy gentleman that he was very considerate of the wishes of the students (in this case at least) and soon displayed his countenance to the view of all. The majority seemed to be pleas- ed with his appearance as it up- held the first part of the age-old tradition that Tarleton men were the ugHesti in Texas and her co- eds and lady teachers the most beautiful. Several other changes and ad- ditions were made in and to the faculty. J. B. Hayes was head of the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1924

M' • Vv X I TH J- VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY; JANUARY 9, 1924. NUMBER 13. SERVICE DRUG STORE RESOLVE TO MAKE OUR STORE YOUR TRADING PLACE DURING 1924 SERVICE DRUG STORE Friday & US a BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ON THRIFT -K t Benjamin Franklin is recogniz- ed today as the great American Apostle of Thrift. By following his own precepts in regard to sav- ing time and money, in order that he might apply both to noble uses Franklin became the leading man of his day. As Thursday, the 17th, marks the anniversary of his birth, let us do ihonor to the memory of this great man by rereading a few of his thrift maxims, found in "Poor Richard's Almanac." "God helps them that help ■ themselves/' "Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.*" "If time be of all things most precious, then wasting time is the ! greatest prodigality," "He that hath a trade hath an ■ estate." r "Industry pays debts, but de- ispair in.ereaaeg. them/' i "One today is w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1924

THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail niatter at the postoffice in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3, 1879. published weekly by the student body of J. T. A. G. Carlton Downing........: ...Editor Ir.vin Hollinger... Business Mgr. Reginald Fidler. Circulation Mgr We wish to make an apology to the Tattler, Brownwood High School paper, and to Mr. Stewart for the use of a cut in the Thanksgiving issue for which due credit was not given. The mis. take was unintentional and we are very sorry that it was made! —The Staff. A NEW YEAR'S WISH Christmas day is1 over and the New Year is here. We wish you happiness,—happiness today, to- morrow and every day throughout the year. We may not be able to tell you about it often because we may Be far away; or we may be tod- busy with life's many duties; but the wish will be there just the same. In our pleasure, if we can' be together, we would like to share our fun with you. What- ever joy or success comes to you will make us g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1924

"THE EVIL ONE HISSELF" •V" 1:. "Bong-bong-bong- -r-." The hall-clock tolled the hour of mid- night. I closed my Hamlet with a: bang, yawned, . stretched, and looked into the blackness beyond my window. The cold wind moan- ed like a lost soul overhead. A feeling of lonesomeness stole over me, an emptiness possessed my being. Then I remembered that there were still a few remains of the Christmas turkey lying in state in the oven. With a very silent step and cannibalistic in- tentions I stole through the din- " ing room to the kitchen. A loose plank in the floor creaked! The dbor rattled like the house was falling down, when I opened it! I trembled! Once in the kitchen the rest would be easy. As silent- ly as a phantom dancing on a pile of feathei's I felt my way COAL For the Best Grade Coal Phone 212 WE DELIVER ORAN FERGUSON PALACE MARKET : Vegetables, Fruits, Oysters _ Meats. Try; Us. PALACE MARKET Phone 12 Phone 12 North Side Square GET YOUR SANDWICHES Candy and Drink at Majestic Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 January 1924

DAVIS BARBER SHOP / «•. ■ i \ PHONE 471 Get Your Barber Work Where Service Counts ' DAVIS # GOODMAN PHONE 471 DAVIS BARBER SHOR NEXT WEEK THRIFT WEEK BEGINS . The war left tbe people of our country in an unsettled condition. Profiteering and inflation led to an orgy of reckless spending that threatened to wreck our -land.. It was to combat, this tendency and to teach, our children the prin- ciples of true economy and wise expenditure that the institution of thrift week was established three years ago, sponsored by the Nat- ional Y, M, C. A. The effects of this movement have proved so 'gratifying that thrift week has come to stay. ; It begins on the 17th of Janu- ary, the anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Franklin, who was one of oi^r earliest and best ex- ponents of thrift. The national committee has designated certain days of the week for the stressing of certain phases of thrift. The first day, Thursday, is Thrift Day. Friday is Budget Day; Saturday is Pay Bills Day; Sunday is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1924

SENIOR EDITION THE -TA VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH (0, 1!>2L NUMBER 21. SERVICE DRUG STORE BASEBALL GOODS Of M'ERlr DESCRIPTION AT OIj. vrORE SERVICE DRUGSTORE Base Ball! Daniel Baker vs. John Tarleton Monday and Tuesday Seniors To Stage Benefit Carnival The Senior Carnival will bp staged Friday night In the gym- nastum by the Senior Class. The Carnival is an annual event in Tarleton. being held every spring I'or the benefit of the Grassbuir. The class of '1W were very suc- cessful with their Carnival and this year's class is working hard to have even a belter carnival Under the efficient leadership of Clarence Kay, general superin- tendent of the Carnival and Mips Alice Strawn, chairwoman of the social committee., the success of the affair seems assured, Costumes (o be Worn As in the custom, costumes will he worn. Prizes will be given for the cWeiest girls' costume cleverest boys' costume, prettiest girl*' costume and funniest cos- tume. Much originality ha1,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1924

THE J-TAC Entered as second-class ma.il matter at thp postoffice in Steph- i enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March ?>, 1879. * Published weekly by the stud.nt body of ,T. T. A. C. Carlton Downing .. . Editor Bert Watson ..Athletic- Editor Mike Looby Assistant Editof Irvin Hollinger Business Mgr Lee Jones __ Assistant Euj. ivtp,>" Reginald Fidler.....Circulation Mgr ST/NTOR STAFF Robert L Sledge Kdiim J. is riements Assistant Ed l r B F Meek Busme.sr- Manager The battles of life art taking heavy toll. .Ever the guns tif opposition and difficulty are reaping harvests of fail- ure in the ranks of the imp"-;.,. ■ Like a mighty array humamtj is "£o- injr ovei the top" to ad\ance the cause of civilization Only those who have spent months in Lhe trjumne camps piep,iimg the day when the\ whall take their place in the ranks will be successful The utbeis will fall m the light—failaies Taileton 18 preparing men uud «o- men, is tiaiimit; them lo take then placet, in the wen Id ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1924

Oren H. Ellis LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE Office Over Service Drug Store Phone 379 TARLETON VERSUS WESLEY DEBATK Question: Resolved (.hat the national government should own and operate I ho coal mines. The debate which we had matched with Wesley for some time was staffed in the auditoi- mm of the latter last Friday night, Mai eh ]4. Our team, -which consists of I.atson, Har- bison and Orton [alternate), with Mr, Wcstcourt as fatuity advisor and Edwin Walker, president of the debating left Stephen ville al 11,30 Thuisday ajid ar- rived in Greenville al p. m the same day. Arriving in (jreen- ville the, team was met at the de pot by one of the college boys, and were immediately taken out to the college Every conven- ience oi the college was extend- ed to them, including the use of their auditonuni for practicing purposes. ( At 8 o'clock Friday evening: President ltoach, acting as lhuff- man, introudeed Harbison as the first speaker of the all'irmativt to a large audience. Harbison fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 March 1924

"V" BELL BARBER SHOP PHONE 471 Get Your Barbe* Work Where Service Counts V. V. BELL FORMERLY DAVIS BARBER SHOP BASEBALL TO OPEN NEXT MONDAY (Continued front page J) are Prank Johnson, Thompson, and Williamson, all outfielders, Carlton and Nex, old students, are slated for another Iry, but an yot have not come out. Brown, last year's reserve catcher, is out attain, aa is Fitzhugh, the big catcher from llolar. Another Tolar boy. Cherry, it) picking them up pretty fair at second Other men trying" are Joe Down- ing", Red Stewart, Red Jones, Wil- liams and another Jones, last ycar'ts Jim catcher from Gatcs- ville. Greenwood, from the local high, is also point? to try for mound duty if his arm tomes around in early practice In number*, there in plenty, but in ability, we'll just have to wait awhilo and look them over more. Monday and Tuesday will give us the first impression. Don't forget, Llie Senior Carnival Time: Friday everting', March 21, place- At the Gym. Come and bring your good n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1924

TH J-TAC VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1924. NUMBER 22, SERVICE DRUG STORE BASEBALL GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT OUR STORE SERVICE DRUG STORE BASEBALL! Tarleton vs. Howard Payne Friday and Saturday . . . • « A TARLETON ALUMNI IS A LEADER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS . < Tarleton students and faculty are very glad to note the recog- nition accorded Cecil Chamberlin in the Alcalde, the official maga- zine of the ex-students of Texas. Cecil Chamberlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Chamberlin of Ste- phenville, Texas has in some way won the right to that phrase which, savors of the novelsque and romantie, he has been called among students, 'The biggest man in school.'. Chambe'rlijri's size and looks are themselves impos- ing in an agreeable fashion, but it is his ability as a speaker which brings him instant recog- nition- He is the best extempore speaker in the University and has won numerous prizes. He is the holder of a B, A degree and next year will receive) both a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1924

n '""--X. THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Steph- enville, Texas, under act of Cong- ress of March 3/1879. Published weekly by the student body of J. T. A, Cv Carlton Downing Editor Bert Watson Athletic Editor Mike Looby Assistant Editor jrvin Ho.llinger Business Mgr. Lee Jones Assistant Bus. Mgr. Reginald Fidler,-...Circulation Mgr FRESHMEN STAFF Winters Cliifton Editor Waldo Wilcox Asst. Editor Mona Marie Graves Bus. Mgr. . JUST FISH Now we are fish, Some day we'll be a shark, We'll go into the world and surely make our mark. Our fins are weak now, 5_ome day they-will be longer, We'll work and play and study, and then be all the stronger. TARLETON TEAM SPLITS . WITH DANIEL BAKER In two well played baseball games, especially good for the early season, the John Tarleton squad broke even with the fast Daniel Baker team Mon- day-and Tuesday of this week. Dan- iel Baker took the first game 5 to 1, playing a good game and showing nj,ore form than the lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1924

Or en H. Ellis LIFE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE Office Over Service Drug Store Phone 379 c!owrtwtne and address on~ 51^200*^00^ Beautiful selected high-grade bond ' 'paper [6^x7] printed in clear delicate j Gothic type with a rich shade of dark Pq$1 blue ink. Envelopes match and have distinctive fftlP flaps, Sufiifjciivh £Utirunutd vr mvsty rtfundrd. HARNED PRINTING COMPANY 1949 Main St. Dallas, Texas Add 10c if West of Denver or East of Cleveland Local Agents Wanted McMAHAN & REID Barber Shop % Block North Majestic Theatre Appreciates the Business of TARLETON STUDENTS AND FACULTY MAH-J0NG Is Taking the Country By Storm A complete set in bright colors. 144 tiles, 116 counters, 8 racks, 2 dice, book of rules and nistruetions i any one can learn the gamein ten minutes. -It's very fascinating. All in attractive box, sent prepaid on <g*| receipt of $1.00. (Canada 25c extra)__*p-*- TABLE COVERS Very. Attractive Black, Sateen Mah-Jcmg Table Cover, with colored dragon designs, adjustab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 March 1924

K BELL BARBER SHOP PHONE 471 Get Your Barber Work Where Service Counts V. V. BELL FORMERLY DAVIS BARBER SHOP THE FAD OF JOKE TELLING (By a Senior) To persona who are not given "to deep thinking on any subject, there seems to be no harm in having coarse fun in the form of vulgar jokes. This method of spending an idle hour is far more widespread than we realize un- less we study the conditions thor- oughly. Most persons who en- gage in such a pastime do not consider the harmful results that follow it. The Book of books makes a statement concerning this sub- ject that most people have heard or read, but many have never known its true meaning. This statement is that "Evil communi- cations corrupt good manners," This is as true, today as it was wlien written. Certain persons who delight-in coarse'humor be- come so accustomed to it that it necomes a part of.them and they show- it on all occasions in spite of themselves. The craze for such entertain- ment carries one backward in- stead of ...

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