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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1935

THE J - T A C PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole Out of the skutf and scuttle again, to expostulate 011 my obser- vations and opinions. Scuffling for first jjlace as (Sick- tning'ly apparent) S.A.-ers is Har- old Bob (Profile) Williams and his little brunette. Whether patriotic spirit guided their endeavors or not, some Thompson House occupants turned white, then red, then blue on a re- cent occasion,—soon after pro- motions, I believe, and %vith more commotion than promotion. Interrogfatives of passing inter- est: Why does Sammy Casbeer sret tensed about trees? .... Why did Nell Decker get 10 demerits for misrepresenting facts? . , . Who Avas that beautiful girl who ?poko to Godivin on the bus? . . , Why has Hinds 'Never Had a Chance?' Rumor has it that Friou was shot in the eye with Dale's 30-^0 soap klui. To: Grace Chandler, Martcavot Lo^ati, Mary Kathryn Funk, Fay Hamilton, Laura Kirk, Dolly Far- mer, and Iioy's Unknown—Sym- pathies. Rushed abruptly into limelight ■—Rhesa Cawver. My dear E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC CADET AND CADETETTE Bill at the VIILL DINETTE gives you the best in food for less! MAJESTIC BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP PHILCO RADIOS . ., Come Get'Em! CITY ELECTRIC CHATTER ; Wonder if there was anything in the punch that made Evelyn Fitzhugh and Odell Elli-ott dizzy Saturday night at the T. L. T. dance. If not, why did Mr. Wil- kins return again and again to the punch bowl? It's either ingratitude or a busi- ness head. A man gave Georgia Gwathmey a pup the other after- noon, and she sold it the next day for $2. Jane and Ben Goldbeck's moth- er, grandmother, father, and friend, Ruth Ramsey of T. C. U., visited them Sunday. Ben return- ed home with them for a few days' [ visit. Girls, here's your chance to learn to trip the light fantastic before the Dump dance. Only a quarter, with Jeffers and Glenn as instructors. They're good, too. Resemblances: Coach Wisdom and Ned Sparks; Howard McFar- land and Leslie Howard; Fay Hamilton and Greta Garlio, Fanora Neeb, Helen Turn...

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

J-TAC VOL. XV. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1935 NUMBER 18 Large Crowd Sees Plowboys Defeat Weatherford Coyotes in Cage Battle TATE HIGH POINT MAN IN HARDEST GAME OF SEASON Tarleton Plowboys basketed an- other cage game towards the state championship in basketball from the Coyotes, this time, to the score of 39 to 28 last Friday night, Feb. 22, in Tarleton's gym. The crowd of about three hun- dred were spectators of a confer- ence game that proved Tarleton to be the better of the two teams. For the first time of this season the Plowboys had to dig for scores throughout the entire game. Both halves of the game were very close- ly played. The score at the first half of the game was Tarleton 23; Weather- ford 15. The scores for the second half were almost the same; Tarle- ton 16; Weatherford 13. The Plow- boys stayed intact and did the best playing of the season. The scores made by the Plow- boy players individually are as fol- lows: Tate, 12; Headstream, 9; Payne, 7; Britt...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered aa seeond-clasa mail matter at tjie Poatoffiee in Stephenrille, Texas, under act of Congress of Mareh 3, 1879. INbseripfcion Bates: Per Tear ——_ $1.50 single Copies -10 ADYEBTISING BATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column ineh. Address all commiuneationa to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas . 1 STAFF ~~~ Editor-in-Chief ... ..Norris Davis Business Manager.. , Jack Smith Associate Editor - Mary Jo Denton JTows Editor Prances Tate Feature Editor — Yaudine Williams Society Editor Carolyn Slaikeu Exchange Editor Louis Tate Reporters: Harold Beaty, Elbert Adams, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Mary Love Griffith, Clara Nell MeDcrmett, Ann JKldysa Jarratt, Justine Lim- roth, Pay Scarbrough, Bob Shannon, Mary Coclcrill, Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Bichardson, Mary Bert McAfee, W. B. Morgan. Staff Poet. Reba Statum. THINK BEFORE USING THEM The musical reading given by one of the N. T. A. C. g...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE AM PUS eyhole In like a lion. The S.O.T.S. have an important business meeting'; and serve re- freshments, Prudy makes a mys- terious exit overnight, Jeannette Egbert is seen with eight men in half that number of days, and Hico gets high-ho for Jerry, Irma, Cookie, Etc. Two lads and a plane. Yates S. and good ole HiJley are now the leading members of the JTAC Flying Corps. Their specialty is the loop-the-loop (pronounced lup- de-lup.) Nadine Keith and that rocket- ing new officer, Paul Morton, have Sunday night's latest date. Down on the Bosque River. Shaffer, Pajrvin, Martindale, Gresham, and Black acted as dry- ads. So she said: "Thanks for the candy, but I've already got a date." Pun for the week: Occurred to me that Flora Jones is a model T girl. O.K. ,Claunch, up with the bribe money for the little lady. Mexia's own little sunbeam (Johnsie Jo to you neckers) has two lovers. Anyway, that's what she thinks. The Engineers' dance ■will smooth out the minor detai...

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

PAGE FOUE THE J-T AC ^ +■ +. CAD Erf ABB CADETBTTE + | CHATTER Those who got oh, so homesick last week and so they journeyed hence: Laverne Parmer of Merid- ian, Hazel Woods of Eastland, Marjorie Morris and Virginia How- ard of De Leon, Mayo Hollis of Hico, Waldene Lasly of Pioneer, Ora B. Nichols of Proctor, and Ann Walker and Sammy Casbeer of San Saba. Did anyone want to deny the rumor Tuesday that the North Pole was located between the Ad. Build- ing and the Post Office? W. A, Boney either scorns the germ theory or els© mince pie is irresistable to him, because the other night his pie skidded to the floor and he ate it with relish, re- gardless. Happy days are here again for a well known couple who have been having trouble. Several girls have voiced the opinion that it is unfortunate that Tyrug Dahl insists on being the campus Lone Wolf. Which one of our esteemed pro- fessors dons whiskers and turns up his overcoat and goes around in- cognito? Clara Nell MeDermett, Fanora Nebb, a...

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

J VOL. XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1933 NUMBER 19 STUDENTS WIN AWARDS IN LITERARY CONTESTS Denton, Davis, Beaty, and Jarratt Submit First-Place Manuscripts Tarleton Wins 1935 Championship; Ends Second Season Undefeated PLOWBOYS DEFEAT N.T.A.C. 49 TO 29 IN LAST GAME Tarleton won the conference championship Friday night of last week, from the Junior Aggies in a cage game to the score of 49 to 29, This game closed the basket- ball season leaving Tarleton with a record of winning every game. Over a thousand students, teach- ers, and visitors witnesses the sport event. This game was the fastest of the year for the Plowboys. An event in the first five min- utes of play made every one tense for a few moments. A foul was called, the N.T.A.C. captain called time-out and talked with the ref- eree. It seemed that something had occurred that jammed the game. The spectators became so quiet that there was very little noise. From the sidelines it ap- peared that the game might have...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by ths Students of John Tarleton College Entered as Becond-claas mail matter at the Postoffice 111 Stephenyille, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates: Per Year Single Copies — — .$1.50 . .10 ADVERTISING KATES: Local, 25c column inch; foreign, 35c column inch. Address all commiuncationg to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representative: National Ad- vertising Service, Im*., 31 West, 12)i/] 81-, Now York; 400 North Mich- igan Avenue, Chicago,. Illinois. STAFF Editor-in-Chief — - Norris Davis Business Manager Jask Smith Associate Editor Mary Jo Denton News Editor Frances Tate Feature Editor Vaudino Williams Society Editor - Carolyn Slaikeu Exchange Editor Louis Tate Reporters: Harold Boaiy, Elbert Adama, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Mary Love Griffith, Clara Nell MeDermctt, A nil EUlyss Jarratt, Justine Lim- rotli, Fay Ht'jtrbmigh, Bob Shannon, Mary Cockrill, Burke Horton. Assistan...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE GIRLS TAKE PART IN PRESENTING 1935 FASHIONS Bows, Wooden Buttons, and Off-The- Face Hats Prove Popular In Display SPRING STYLES ARE MORE STRIKING THAN COLORFUL More striking than colorful, the new spring styles tend toward a combination of brown, yellow, and white, or navy-blue-and-white combination. In keeping with this, Stephenville stores are offering lovely navy blue hose inexpensive- ly priced and novel blue patent leather purses. Most of the white shoes are combined with brown. In suits, three-quarter length coats are most popular, with blouses still being worn out of the skirt. Many coats worn over dresses are of contrasting material or color. Bows and profuse.use of wooden buttons continue in popu- larity. Hats are definitely off-the-face, ■with a marked trend of low brims at the nape of the neck. Crowns are not as flat as last year's. All these latest trends of spring fashions were emphasized at the Twentieth Century Club Style Show Wednesday night at t...

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

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC Tar let on Players Will Present Three One-Act Plays Here Tuesday, March 12 Don your evening clothes, eo- tds, and accompany the cadets to the College Auditorium on Tues- day, March 12, at 7:30 p. m. to attend the Jubilee of the Tarleton Players. A large crowd is expect- ed and a gay time planned for all. A group of interesting? one-act plays will be given, including "The Man Who Died at Twelve o'clock," by Paul Green of the University of North Carolina. This is a negro comedy which will entertain any audience. A young couple frighten an old inun into giving them the money that rightfully belongs to them, so that they may get mar- ried and start housekeeping. El- nora Larson plays the part of Sally, and Joe Beene the part of Charlie, the young negro in love with Sally. Mr. Greene has created a memorable figure in Uncle Jan- uary (Joe Emerson), a superstit- ious old fellow who thinks he has died and come to life again. Barrett H. Clark said, "The Man Who Died at Tw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1935

THE J-TAC PAGE FIVE Proficiency in Itemizing Room Contents Is Result of a Week-End in Hospital Have you ever spent a week-end in a hospital? This predicament is a sensation that you never forget. Your social activities all take place in a west room with three windows, two in the south wall and one in the east wall. The win- dows have double panes of glass and are shaded with dull green shades. There are two single beds in the room, one which has the head at the east wall and the other with the head at the west wall, but also, only one patient. There is one straight-backed chair and one clothes closet. This makes up the content of the room. The wall is papered in flowered paper with all the flowers turning toward the north. When you hear the "breakfast bug-!e" biow, you know it is only five hours and twenty minutes un- til noon, then when the noon bugle blows it's only five hours and twenty minutes before a peace- ful night of rest. One's social privileges are more limited on Sunday,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1935

PAGE SIX THE J-TAC •SOCItTY YELLOW AND GREEN COLORS PREDOMINATE E. T. C. RUSH The Dormitory parlor was the delightful center of attraction at 6 o'clock Thursday evening of last week, when the E.T.C. Club gave its rush party, a buffet supper. A bowl of yellow nasturtiums with yellow candles served as the centerpiece for the lace-covered table. The color scheme was car- ried out in yellow and green, the club colors. The menu consisted of Windsor sandwiches, potato chips, toasted pecans, Be]le Fermiere salad, Hors d' Oeuvres, vaiiilla ice cream, sug- ar cookies and hot tea. Athena Smith, entertained with various piano numbers including "Flirtation Walk," "Take a Num- ber From One to Ten," and "Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name." Wilma Barnett entertained with several violin selections; Mary Jane Miller played "To a Wild Rose" by Mac- Do well; Hazel Nordyke gave the reading, "Seven Ages of Men." Mrs. Moody also entertained with several piano selections. Dancing: was the main diversion of the eve...

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

J-TAC VOL. XV. NUMBER 19 y)\ PLOWBOY The three one-act plays Tuesday- night at the auditorium were chuck full of entertainment, and showed that we have real acting talent here at Tarleton. Especially good, we thought, were the actoTs in "Radio," a dramatic play re- quiring all the emotional abilities of the players. With winter on the wane it's time to become more and more "track-minded" when thinking of sports. The trackmen have a dif- ficult job ahead of them—that of holding a standard equal to that of the basketball team; neverthe- less, we have good material this year, and there's no reason why our boys shouldn't jump higher, Tun faster, and throw farther than the opposition. And we be- lieve they will. Last week we mentioned about federal inspection's being not so far away. That fact was made just a little more impressive Thursday morning- at drill, when Lieutenant Davis and Sergeant Buschmann combined to inspect the entire Cadet Corps. To those unfortunate ones who weren't pre...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John. Tarletou College Entered an second-class mail matter at the PostofEiee in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subscription Bates: Per Year Single Copies -$1.50 . .10 ADY33BTISING RATES: Local, 25c column iaeh; foreign, 35e column inch. Address all eommiuncations to the J-Tae, Tarleton Station, Teias Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representative: National Ad- vertising Service, Inc., 11 West 42nd St., New York; 400 Worth Mich- igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. STAFF Editor-in-Chief —— Business Manager Associate Editor..... News Editor Feature Editor Society Editor— Exchange Editor Keportcrs: Harold Beaty, Elbert Adams, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Mary Love Griffith, Clara Nell McDermett, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Justine Lim- roth, Fay Scarbrough, Bob Shannon, Mary Cockrill, Burke Horton, Mar- tha Bolinger. Assistant Business Managers: Mildred Richardson, Mary Bert McAfee, W, B, Morgan, Staff Poet. ...

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

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE AMPUS eyhole How-ja-do, people. We might as well start with the worst. She was only a college girl and they were all so tall 'n' dark rn' handsome. The party was grand—but it went to her head. She begged and she cried and they were touched. Everybody went home but it's still news. Tig Word — ex-John's lad —has recently been titled a usta-be from up Ark U way. He brings back tales of wine and wimmen to the Varsity. Curington, that Company flash, makes the limelight this week by having a date. The heat or some- thing, wu reckin. The latest in "that-way" is the Jimmy-Mildred affair. Jimmy, we're afeared, is trifling just a bit. Waytie Lowe eats five meals a day. What's a throe-letter word meaning an animal that spends most of its time gathering fat and saying "oink?" It just doesn't make sense. Hinds Thomas ambles into the Dump 'round nine o'clock Satur- day night and calls for Mary Bert McAfee (who's out with the Tate boy), For why is it, I ask yuh? Prof. Gaines h...

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

PAGE FOUR THE JTAC ■50(141 y- S.O.T.S. ARE ENTERTAINED AT SUPPER IN DAVIS HOME Lieutenant and Mrs. George M. Davis entertained the S. O. T. S. with a buffet supper in theiv home on Washington street Wednesday night. Before supper sweet pea cor- sages were presented to the girls. From the beautifully appointed dining table the guests were ser- ved chicken salad, tomato aspic, peach pickles, potato chips, hot rolls, punch and macaroons. After ' supper the guests danced at the ! Recreation Hall. The supper guests were: S. E. Blair, Vivian Hammack, Henry Todd, Audre Hallmark, Paul Clannch, Maxine Clements, Mr. Dick Smith, Miss Mary Hope "We:;tbrook, Noble Johnson, Kath- erine Speaker, Clyde Wells, Ma- ! zelie Cowan, Bill Gay Kennerly, Frances Tate, Harold Murph, Marjorie Crew, Ferrand Rushing, Erma Wolfe, Billy White, Evelyn Fitzhugh, Junius Markham, Re- becca Robinette, and the host and ■ hostess. Others attending the dance were James Cargile, Mary Constance Smythe,. Wayne Everidge, Gr...

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

J-TA VOL, XV. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1933 NUMBER 20 PLOWBOY "D" Company of the Tarleton Cadet Corps evidently goes in for thing's in a big way, or not at all. Thursday the first platoon of "D" Company walked off with honors ill platoon competition, receiving a fine commendation from Lieut, Davis and Sgt. Buschmann, the judges. Not to be outdone, the second platoon of the same Com- pany handily copped off last place, with the honor of being al- lowed to drill again Saturday be- stowed upon it. "David Copperfield," one of the highest-rated pictures for this year, will be shown at the Majes- tic Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. This show is an example of the type of movie which is becoming the vogue since censors got busy in Hollywood recently. With track season and spring coming up, we are again rather regretfully reminded that this last school semester is almost half ov- er. The "miler" or long-distance trackman who can keep up a steady gait during an entire race, and w...

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

PAGE TWO THE J-TAC Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton College Entered aa aecond-elaas mail matter at the Postoffioe in Stepheuville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Subseription Bates: Per Year - Single Copies .$1.50 . .10 ADVEUTISEfQ RATES: Local, Soc column inch; foreign, 35o eolnmn inei, Address all eommiuncaticms to the J-Tac, Tarleton Station, Texas Sole and Exclusive National Advertising Representative: National Ad- vertising Service, Inc., 11 "West 42nd St., New York; 400 North Mich- igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, Editor-in-Chief Business Manager^ Associate Editor.... News Editor Feature Editor .— STAFF Norris Davis - Jack Smith Mary Jo Denton Frances Tate Vaudine ■Williams Society Editor Carolyn Slaikeu Exchange Editor Louis Tate Reporters: Harold Beaty, Elbert Adanta, W. P. Allen, Bill Merrill, Mary Love Griffith, Clara Nell McDermett, Ann Eldyss Jarratt, Justine Lim- roth, Fay Searbrough, Bob Shannon, Mary Cockrill, Burke Horton, Mar- tha Bol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1935

THE J-TAC PAGE THREE + THE MYSTERY OF THE ♦ + McGuffy Mansion + Before starting this, the fourth episode of the McGuffy Mansion Mystery, we think it not amiss to refresh your memory a bit on ■what has gone before. Sherlock Holmly, young1 master-mind, has been sent on the dangerous mis- sion of solving the McGuffy Man- sion Mystery Case, which involves the disappearing1 of four of the members of that particular Mc- Guffy household. Sherlock gains entrance to the mansion through one burly Sam McGuffy, and after climbing long flights of stains, is admitted to the remainder of the McGuffy household, which con- sists of Dorothy McGuffy, Mr. and Mrs. McGuffy, and Eva and Eve, the two maids. Iva, Clara Belle, and Daniel McGuffy, and Joshua, the butler, if you remember, have mysteriously disappeared. Soon after his entrance into the room, Sherlock saves the family from separation by tossing a lighted bomb (which, apparently, had been thrown at him from nowhere) out of the window. Fifteen mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1935

PAGE FOUR THE J-TAC AMPUS eyhole "Hi, yuh, Buddy. How do you think the Cadet Corps will be this year?" This, dear public is what Carson (Lanky Lad) Cooper said to Lieutenant Davis when they first met. Thirty guys and a gal {M. Prtitt) on the mat. That's the leg^I news for the week. Prob was the verdict. Boss (Hound) Elliot is seeming- ly the object of Mary Jane Miller's attention—and perhaps affection, who knows or cares ? 'Pon fioing' to the show: Everidge and Grace, slow and easy— W. B. Morgan and Mary Bert McAfee looking silly in the balcony—Fort slugs smoking cigars—rotten pic- ture—walking up the middle of Tarleton—Walton still has a loud, loud mouth—M. Logan and McCoy make themselves known for some- where 'mid the shadows surround- ing Moth ershed's—the Varsity mob —phoeyl 'Twas at the Typing dance that our own little Irrna Doyle started a riot about which tales are being told. Some people can, and some people can't. The King House boys refuse to play nice games, and they are ...

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