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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 1924

THE J-TAC Fight Fight VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1924. NUMBER fi THE CROSS DRUG STORE DOWN TOWN WE APPRECIATE THE TRADE OF FACULTY AND STUDENTS THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS _ PLOWBOYS LOSE HARD FOUGHT GAME TO TEXAS FISH ■ ■ bfl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr bbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbs b b ai b a "Beat A. & M. Fish9'Slogan for Friday's Game With Spirit of Revenge And Thirst for Victory, Beat A.&M. Freshmen With a spirit of revenge and a thirst for victory the Plowboys are working long and late, in order to "beat the A. & M. Freshmen." The student body is talking it, the teachers are teaching it, and the preachers are preaching it, VICTORY mpst come. The A. & M. aggregation are touted to have a team equal to that of the Texas Freshmen, and that means a whole lot. Burleson tied the A. & M. bunch and Decatur Baptist College beat Burleson decisively on their own ground; "but Decatur beat the Baylor Cubs and she boasts the greatest team in her histo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 1924

THE J-TAC ,s Entered as second-class mail matter at . the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. : EDITOEIAL STAFF . Editor-in-Chief Brents Harbison Associate Editor ....Truman Threadgill Assistant Editor William Davis Sports Editor.....,; .: Roy Bailey Exchange Editor Wayne Bider Business Mgr.........Abbie Joe Downing: Assistant Business Mgr Brady Nix CONTRIBUTORS TO THIS ISSUE: Forrest Agee, Marjorie Neblett, Louise Matheny, Mrs. Martin, J. W. Foote, Alpha Striegler, Hesta Davis, and others. ■ WE MUST WrN TARLETON AGGIES, where is that old spirit of '22-'23-'24? It is Indeed a deplorable condition when a student body "outgrows" its "pep." Some may be satisfied with the amount and kind " of pep we are displaying—but it is lack- ing and. lacking bad'ly. That old Tarleton spirit can nev- er die, yet" it may be housed up in the bosoms of the students until there are no visible effects of it. But that old spirit is going to break loose and when it do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 1924

ANNEX ANTICS NO. II .As yet you are not acquainted with us, for an introduction we give the ' following names as the inmates of the Annex: Elizabeth, Hesta, Clara Sue, Cecil, Eugenia, Mattie B., Cleo, Mary Sue, Ruby, Effie May, Ola Belle, Sara Lee, _ Karon, Vencie, Modena, Flossa, Euth, Floy, Dixie, Vivian (Chaperone), Lo- raine, Sarah, Evelyn, Eila, Nettie, Zella, Clarie, Leona, Marguerite, Ar- dia, Charlie, Lurine, Ora, Frances, Maasie. Should you desire to call us, call 52. We do not have a telephone yet but it is under construction. Mr. and Mrs. Tate of Carbon came by Thursday night for Effie May to go to Dallas to attend the Fair. Effie May has been raving for$i ever since telling us of her rides on the merry- go-round. Miss Katie George Parker spent the week-end with her sister, Elizabeth. Katie George is teaching in Moran this year. > ■ Vencie Laney spent the week-end in town with her sister, Mrs. G. 0. Fer- guson. Frances Sikes is rather worried over her demerits, as the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 October 1924

THE HISTORY OP THE JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE LIBRARY (CONTINUED FEOM PAGE ONE) and store were moved into more com- modious quarters, the present reading room. The college store and library continued to occupy the same room until the summer of 1920, when the college store' was moved to other quarters. Another room was added which was used for the stacks and books thus giving larger reading space. During that summer five large tables were added to the reading room. In the fall of the same year steel shelving was installed and several hundred dollars worth of books were added during the year. 1920-21. Dur- ing the following years up to the present time the number of books grew very rapidly. All the equip- ment necessary to take care of the rapid expansion has been .furnished find this year it has become neces- sary to build the stacks-to the ceiling all around the walls. The library now subscribes to a number of the best newspapers arid other periodicals of a general nature. Each year ther...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1924

-p V:" 1 j7pf> ■, I) j*y f >;.£! /Tv/A^V,. & s • ■ t&K?\ mi %£g&ij S Wi' £.: 1 «■ rl5 *?* VS& ' THE J-TAC Defeat the Feathered Tribe in Their Own Wigwam in Heap Big Style and Make 'em Like It!!! AGEE BUTLER VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1924. NUMBER 7 TP CROSS DRUG STORE DOWNTOWN AND A FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE THAT NOT ONLY INVITES YOU BUT WELCOMES YOU TO RETURN THE VARSITY SHOP ! NEAR CAMPUS, A--' V £ i'. r>i. ! ' ' % i*. '■ \ ATTENTION! BOY, HOWDY'—When the "Cave- men" tackle those "Bedmen" at De- catur next Friday the feathers will fly. Just like our ancestors conquered tljg. Indians of old so must we conquer the Indians of Decatur.^ It will be a hard, furious struggle, but we must withstand the onslaughts of the In- dians with their poisoned arrows and stone them into submission. CAPT. JENNINGS will best De- catur. , ! FACULTY AND STUDENTS, it is impossible for Coach Wisdom to build a winning football team when he can only get his men ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1924

\ 1 THE J-TAC Entered as second-class "mail matter at the postoffiee , in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. , ; EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Brents Harbison Associate Editor . ..Truman Threadgill Assistant, Editor William Davis Sports Editor.1. .... Boy Bailey Exchange Editor...: Wayne Eider Business Mgr.,Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Mgr Brady Nix EDITORIAL OCTOBER 27th WAS late ex- president Roosevelt's birthday. : This great American lived and died for! his country. As a lover of the great outdoors perhaps he has been the idol of more outdoor loving people than any other man that has ever lived. A great statesman and a great diplomat, he has written his fame 'in indeli- ble across the pages of history, and his life and works shall al- ways serve as a guiding light and an inspiration to every true red- blooded American. His life, his works, his memory should give us impetus and spur us on to . greater things. "Chili" Bennett will best Deca- tur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1924

.1 • L, ' ,P ■v ? ■ -•V .■ v v: ■ Mv&- ' •=, I SWEETER AS THE YEARS GO BY Old Josh Campbell had existed for some seven or eight yearsi near the town of Eskota, Texas. He was one of those- men wiho slip into a community without attracting any attention, and who attend to their own business after arrival. No one knew from whence he had come; no one asked; and ho one seemed to care. Josh perhaps had secret ambi- tions and ideals; it was evident that he had a pet hobby; and that hobby-was raising rabbits. They were his pride, his joy, and his chief interest. Now Eskota was situated in the middle of a great ca,ttle raising and agricultural sec- tion, and raising rabbits was an entirely new thing in that neck of the woods.; it was unique; the peo- ple generally considered Josh's rabbit raising a good joke to laugh about- But there were two per- sons in Eskota who never laughed nor made fun of Josh and, when they could slip away, they would visit him and spend hours jpon- versing with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 October 1924

ATTENTION (COtfTJlSUED FROM PAGE ONE) lost.to the A. & M. freshmen. They know they arc up against a real prob- leinf and they know just what it will take to solve it—moro than was put out in the A, & M. Fish-Plowboy game <—and they will have the difference— just wait and see— "BIG BOY" PARKS will best De- catur. , KEEP UP THE old pep! holler! yell!'shriek! cry! whistle! sing! and-— FIGHT TO WIN! "MULLY" MULLQY will best De- catur. JUST LIKE A thunderbolt out of a clear sky we must throw a wrench ijito. the "perfect human machine," of Decatur Baptist Colege and as a re- suit the pieces will be picked up after we: have garnered, in a victory—we aire gonna win—we can't lose—And it will take our all. 1 "COW" MENZIES will best De- catur. present and if anyone was bored his actions didn't show it. We had lots of fun—if you don't believe it, go along next time, \ —"A lover of dogs." CARLYLE will best Decatur. HOW ABOUT IT? A friend passed by the other day Who nevermore will squi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 November 1924

TH T AC i CLIFTON NEXT AND THEN TH E N. T. A. C. H O R N E T S AGEE BUTLER VOLUME Y, STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1924. " """" . > NUMBER 7 THE CROSS DRUG STORE DOWNTOWN You are always welcome and vye want to be of more service to ' . " ' • ^ MM . 1 . . THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS ATTENTION! DIP YITJ KNOW that according- to information received at the registrar's office there are one hundred and thirty-five Seniors eligible to gradu- atipn provided they make their work. Think what that means,—one and one- half times as many as graduated last year and more than twice as many as graduated two years ago. Seniors it is up to you to make this year Tarle- ton's greatest year and to make Senior class history that will stand for years to come. Capt. Jennings will down Clifton. BEAT CLIFTON! This cry is on the lips of every stu- dent and our team will not find the going so easy, but the game with Clif- ton js our next step in the onward march to a state championship.—Go on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 November 1924

•V.S ' THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoft'ice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. , " EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Brents Harbison Associate Editor ...Truman Threadgiil Assistant Editor William Davis Sports Editor Roy Bailey Exchange Editor Wayne Eider Business Mg$ Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business, Mgr Brady Nix EDITORIAL ■ AT THREE O'CLOCK Tuesday afternoon 376 students had then bought tickets to Arlington, There are seven hundred and six stu- dents and at least fifty faculty members. This leaves 320 stu- dents and faculty members who are totally disabled or for some trivial reason are not going. We venture to say that there are . not 'fifty persons'in Stephenville who really can't go to Arlington. Listen, bunch, money is no object, if you are made- of the real stuff you will get out and work one hour a day *> at twenty-five cents per hour and go to Arlington. Seniors you will never have this chance again and Juniors G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 November 1924

HOSPITAL HARMONIES Marion Streiglor and Fred Can- non advocate the use of Vicks Va- po Rub by inhalation for colds. For further particulars ask them. For Sale—one half, gallon good buttermilk. See Campbell Brandt, room 10 at Hospital,. A new cocktail hasi been intro- duced in the form of Castor Oil a la Orange. Brandt and Kast- ner can tell you about it. Miss Hanna (returning from a two weeks vacation): "How does, it happen that the boys don't wear uniforms any more?" Miss Downing (Whol is leaving on' the next train) : "Capt. Har- ris prefers that they wear civilian clothe®. Mingus, Texas, Oct. 26, 1924.— Dear General Brents:—My heart is beating its brains out against my suspender buckle. Why for? Because today I didst receive one bundle of ye J-Tacs. Thanks aw- fully, Colonel. They are like fresh are like fresh water springs out in the Indian Ocean, or Salt Lake; I have devoured them—periods, commas and all.. ' 1 ■ Enclosed you will find my latest literary endeavor, a play in one s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 November 1924

■r.'i':--'. IS": - v; v ATTENTION ; r<\ _ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) • with various expressions on them, tacked all over the campus—they in- stilled pep into the bunch — and a great revival of "spirit" followed,— let's see more of them, it's time to get going and keep going for the future tangle that ia coming—and that we must win is a settled fact. Menzies will down Clifton. ON TO ARLINGTON! Get your ticket now; the train is insured to the student body. Let's make it a unani- mous event—all go—all root—all fight —all win—On to Arlington! "Jack" Johnson will best Glifton. congressman fritz lanham addresses student body . (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) ' equilibrium as the craft is made light- er by diminishing the gasoline supply, A device has been perfected whereby the ^xhaust from the motors is con- densed and proper ballast is acquired. , The preparation and use of helium is a new step in the field of science and the coming of the helium industry will necessitate other industries of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 November 1924

THE m m ■ mmm J-TAC Plowboys Catch the Hornets in Their Own Nests Break their Stingers . UNTIL - THEY - ARE - MEEK - AND - HARMLESS AGEE BUTLER VOLUME V. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1924. NUMBER 8 THE CROSS DRUG STORE DOWNTOWN : You are always welcome and we want to be of more service to you. THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS LISTEN PLOWBOY AGAIN WE HAVE reason to be proud Of Tarleton. Newspapers are congratulating Tarleton because of her conduct, spirit, and fight. Every school in the Junior conference envies our spirit and the support that we give our team. We must maintain this standard and we will. Even tho other schools try to conform to this standard there is one thing that they have failed to discover, arid that is that our spirit is not based on a win- ning team. When we lose a few points —do we stop yelling? No! Our spirit is greater in defeat than in .victory. No matter how the game comes out our support never falters—our spirit never dies. PLOWBOYS F-I-G-H-T! ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 November 1924

FIGHT TO WIN PLOWBOYS THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under aet of Congress of March 3,1879. " 11 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Brents Harbison Associate Editor ... Truman Threadgill Assistant Editor..,....,-..';rWilIiam Davis Sports Editor..., Roy Bailey Exchange Editor Wayne Rider Business Mgr. Abbie Joe Downing1 Assistant Business Mgp Brady Nix EDITORIAL EVERY REAL thought on every real subject knocks the wind out of somebody or other. As soon as the breath, comes back he very probably begins to expand it in hard words. 'Tis then you know you really have said1 something." A hit dog always howls and if you turn loose a real thought more j than likely somebody will attack j you for it and the harder you drive ' the thought home the harder it i rebounds. i "Never reply to an attack on a wise opinion," says Holmes, "for j controversy equalizes fools and (wise men in the same way," and the fools know it. you? Is the team? No! I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 November 1924

THINK GRUBBS SIXTYSECONDS A MINUTE SIXTY MINUTES EACH HOUR AND TWENTY-FOUR HOURS EACH DAY DREAMS COME TRUE? Yesterday evening, just as I began j to thinfc about studying a little, I fell | asleep, and like Bunyan, "as I slept, I dreamed a dream." ! I dreamed that I saw a great bar- ren field across which was written i "Junior College Championship," On the left side of the field was a large crowd of people dressed in blue and white. They were very loyal and bad lots of pep. On their banners were the numbers 14-0. On the other side was a mass of students dressed in purple and white. | Blood was in their eyes and vengeance : in their hearts. -They believed in their j. team. Amidst the hoarse shouts of the purple and white, the Old Gray Mare ; (symbolical of pep) came onto the field pulling a plow which a stalwart young farmer was guiding. The young boy, with determined zeal, began plowing up and down the field. Sud- denly a > hornet's nest was struck and the sharp edge of the plow m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 November 1924

LISTEN PLOWBOY ' (CONTINUED FHOM PAGE ONE) 1 Ferguson was very liberal in his ! praise of the Tarleton crack Company. : He wrote that the difference in ap- pearance, behavior, discipline and drill ! on the part of our boys .was very : noticeable. Captain Harris always does everything right and that's one more reason why we should be ptoud i we belong to Tarleton. REMEMBER N.OY. 17TH, FINE ARTS RECITAL NOVEMBER THIRD ! (CONTINUE!)' FKOM PAGE ONE) 'formal enough to lend dignity to the ! occasion a.nd informal enough to be | appreciated by those possessing only average music appreciation. The .'charm of Mr. Hoist's personality and the very fine quality of his voice make him a very able entertained. Mrs. Richardson presented ably many beau- tiful numbers that brought much ap- plause. The College is fortunate in having on its faculty such able mu- sicians and sueh pleasing personali- ties. . . 1 The prograin: Hear Me! Ye Winds and Waves— Handel. ! In Quest a Tomba—Beethoven. j Die LotusJ...

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

8 #> T H E J-TAC MEN, FIGHT FOR VICTORY A State Championship and Old Tarleton .■ BEAT MERIDIAN THANKSGIVING J AGEE BUTLER VOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1924 .NUMBER 9 THE CROSS DRUG STORE DOWN TOWN You are always welcome and we want to be of more service to you. THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS "Pep." reigned supreme last Satur- day night when the Tarleton gang ljnet for the last time before the Grubbs-Tarleton game. Every single one seemed to realize the importance of the impending game and did his bit in trying to encourage the. team. Between yells there were lieart-to- ieart talks, pleading, begging, for a iownpoiir of spirit; while many new tudents expressed themselves in words that stuck deep in the hearts of ■the. old students. Bunch, it's great the way you "put put" at the game;—but you can't let up for we have just started on our march to a State Championship. We must beat Weatherford College -on our own field. And if anyone doubts that is a hard job, ...

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

THE i-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at EEe ; postofftce "m Stephenville, Texas, under, act of Congress of March 3, 1879. "■ / EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Brents Harbison Associate Editor ... Truman Threadgill Assistant Editor William Davis Sports Editor :....Roy Bailey Exchange Editor ...Wayne Rider Business Mgr . Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Mgr. Brady Nix EDITORIAL Sir Thomas Browne -h^s said "Every man truly lives, ,so; long as -he acts hia nature, or some way make good the faculties ol himself." . This is a very, admirable sentiment, it is not so much where we stand in this world, as in what direction we are moving.' 1 We must sail—not drift nor be at anchor. It is a! sad thing when a boy or a girl goes to college and spends his or her time, money and energy for nothing—absolutely remaining still so far as mental, moral, or material progress is concerned—often times going backwards—it is a sad plight indeed to be continualy drifting one way and the other—bu...

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

ATTENTION! We are very g-tat}- to print "below the namesiof men in the Cadet Corps who received commissions and warrants for the year 1924-25: : • Regimental Staff George P. Hammond, Lieutenant Colonel. Iryin H .Hollinger, Major (Hon). Dewey Mulloy, Captain (Hon). Worthy, J .B., Color Sergeant. Viekery, L., Captain Adjutant. •Jotie;-;. N. 11., Dram Major. : First Batallion Staff Joe Kraemer, Major. J. D.' Orton, 1st. .Lieut. Adjt. ; Second Bsitallion Staff Richard W. Keynolds, Major. Earl;.Cox, 1st", Lieut. Adjt. . j i "A" Company Moncribf, H., Captain. | Loveless, L., 1st. Lieut. j Durham, J., 2nd. Lieut. Fagan, E., 2nd. Lieut, Cady, G., 1st.1 Sergeant. Campbell, Sgt. Hays, Lee, Sgt. ; ■ Lovejng, J., Sgt-. • : Hightower, Sgt. Harris, C,, Sgt. "B" Company Jones, R„ Captain. Hubby, H., 1st. Lieut. • Browning, M.,' 2nd. Lieut, Bethel, L., 2nd. Lieut. Grimes, 1st. Sergeant. Bell, ;0„ Sgt, • Bethel, M., Sgt.. .Murray, H-> Sgt... r '• Kiker, S., Sgt. Baker, E,, Sgt, "C" Company Deerin...

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

THE ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) -economic -forces wilt do ifc^~ We—are. spending eight cents for the pur- suits of peace—.$30,000,000 for agri- culture, and $500,000,000 exclusive of compensations, pensons, etc., for war. The joining of the moral and eco- nomic forces will join the nations of the world. The boys at Chateau-Thierry gave to the world a new; motto—"They shall go back"—and back the Huns did go.. Keep waging the fight in peace as well as in war—it is more difficult to live for, than to die for one's coun try—we must rise to _a stimulating action in time of peace^-our need is always the same—mien and women with gallant characters—for "a man without a country" is never so dang- erous as a country without a man. The boys and girls are the hidden reserves that will keep pur country on the way to peace and success. Never fail to/give women the prop- er credit that'is due her. Lastly, live, for your country. penalty of 15 yards. Jennings then punted 20 yard...

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