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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1920

-.-.\ I.. "Volume 1, Number 10 john tablet.on agricultual college, a beanck of texas" a. & w~. gol3deg;^ Stephenville, Texas, Apr. 6, 1920. household arts picnic ¥• ' - "1K ' -j?. ■ •/" V . Last. Saturday afternoon about six o'clbcfcthe girls of Miss Walk- er's Household Arts classes, with their guests, met at the college to go on a moonlight picnic.' Pres- ently a large truck rolled up,and all, climed aboard. An, hour later, . after traveling oyer some of the " Toughest roads in Erath county, " we landed at * Gentry's bridge, 'jsomewhat.jojted, but with undaun- ted spirits. "Next eairre the big bon-fire-which the boys built. Then .what mattered it to us if ■the sand did blow, the-moon didn't, shine, or a norther did strike"? Everyone gathered closely around . the fire with sharpened sticks and . directly you could' hfear such ex- presioiu; as, "Hey, theire, Roy, pitch.me ..a bbn;"„ "Where's the pickles, Claude?" and "Come.back here with my weenies, Monty." However, we ate weeni...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1920

CHA6 hAVPrtAH 6 6M9>j BUY CLOTHES THAT JLAST . STYLE alone does not determine the value. In selecting our Spring and Summer stock we, insured quality as well as distinctive styles. Clothes for You ngerJden BRICS. - ■ ' ! ' ■ We Iiave them in many new models—one for individual figure and taste. Buy good clothes and save.money, G. M. CARLTON BROS. & CO. THE DEPOT EATING HOUSE Good Eats at All.Hours - . OYSTERS A SPECIALTY •\ Just received a fine assortment of Brown's High Grade Chocolates Cigars Soda Cigaretts COURTESY AND SERVICE our Motto >■ '.""•.ir'K fd ' : '/X;;. •f ' ROCK BARN SERVICE CARS Phone 44 CALLS- ANSWERED DAY OK NIGHT ■ A LEGEND OF STEPHENVILLE It is said that Stephenville was selected as a permanent camp or_ village by the Indians. The valley aided in the protection from the weather and then, too, there was the Bosque which ran through this valley. The, Indians thought that this location, being a valley, was protected from cyclones and the cold winds from the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1920

X ■ "Nf • ",'P ge*CTa*'mfMBiiiT "•'• saaaata I't . 4 -" i . i- A 4 FOR BANK1G SERVICE Give us Your Business and we Assure You of Careful Attention at All Times. CAGE & CROW BANKERS UNINCORPORATED „ Stephen ville Texas IF YOU HESITATE TO HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED On account of looks you don't know the kind of repairing we do. We jpromise in advance to make your old shoes look almost"as good "as new, and at a reasonable cost. Un- less you have all kinds of good shoe money to throw away you should make the old ones last as long as possible. Let us show you how we make old shoes look like new ones. . ■ „ ■ - - W, P. NEWSOME , :&r4 LOOK THE PART Dress up to, your feeling^of fit- £ Don't be any more content with a second rate appearance than iyou would with a second rate mind. took the man you; are. Thank? to the perfect, organiza-: tion. back of- KAilN Made to Measure , •*.>•--*? . you can still do it at a reason- ., able price. ;7; ippr these supertemade-to-meas- ure garments ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1920

Published semi-monthly: by the Students of John Tarleton Agri- cultural College throughout/ the college year. Barton Lawson '20,, Editor 'ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Clinton Burnett - '20 Lucy Lee Young : '20 Zelda Tubbg '21 Riley Yarbrough '20, Bus. Mgr. • Ppnklin filatheny '21, Asst. .Mgr. -Entered as second!class matter Nov: 26,1919, under the act of Mar. Slat the postoffice at Stephenville, TOX«3. Stephenville, Texas, Apr. 6, 1920. ber, there is a price to pay even for a college paper,' and that is hare] work ' getting up material, and finances. enough to pay for the printing. LAST NUMBER OF THE LYCEUM COURSE Are You Willing to Pay the Price? Everything that.; is," worth while has a price attached to it. You may apply it to education, health, ef- ficiency, liberty; arid all of the othei- good things' you should en- joy. If you would have a good live college, paper, you , must pay' the price. This college could and should have an interesting, newsy paper every week, but-the student body w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1920

f. ■•r , \ -.' Volume 1, Number 11, JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTUAL COLLEGE,- A BRANCH OF TEXAS' A._&M/ COLLEGE • • Stepieriyille,•.Xe#s,.'Apj?,^0, 1920. STUDENTS' COUNCIL MEETINGS The students meet every Wed- nesday at the chapel hour and discuss problems'.of-interest to "the college. Week before last the J-Ta'c was the subject and the J- Tac staff was on the program; Riley Yarbrough, Clinton Burnett, Lucy Lee Young, Zelda Tubbs, "and Barton Lawson made short talksi'and told the students what could be done to promote the in- terest of the college" paper. Last week the subject was the Grassburr, our annual. Johnnie "Winters; Margurite Carlton, Blan- che Clark, J. G. Marr-Jind others spoke. A plan was presented and adopted^ by the students and "is given below. ■ . • Plans of Organization I. The editor-in-chief, business . manager, treasurer, ■ and literary editor shall be elected from'an.d. lay the senior class at the begin- ing of each school year. ,2. .Th^ assistant editor and busine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1920

V y. THE J-TAC Published semi-monthly by the Students of John Tarleton Agri- cultural College throughout . the ^college year. Barton Lawson '20, _ Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Clinton Burnett ! '20 Lucy Lee Young ! '20 Zelda Tubbs ! '21 Hiley Yarbrough '20, Bus." Mgr. Franklin Matheny '21, Asst. Mgr. Soon you will* be leaving J. T. A. C., and if jyou do not speak well of it, the school will not be to blame, nor will the teachers and ■student body. This is a good col- lege, and it has great professors and instructors, with the most loyal students in all the land. Al- ways be ready to speak a good word for the best junior college, in Tex- as. PEPIGRAMS Entered as second class matter Nov 26, 1919, under the act of Mar. 8 at the postoffice at Stephenville, ,Texas. Stephenville, Texas, Apr. 20, 1920. The story was once told of a man who was moving from a place. He told his neighbors that he was disgusted with the town; and that the people -s^ere sorry, low down, and good for nothing.- Later...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1920

7>'- • ;■% ' v t*. ^ - ^ ""■t_:4^_ ?.. . ■ C FOR BANKING SERVICE Give us Your Business and we Assure You of Careful Attention at All Times. CAGE & CROW BANKERS UNINCORPORATED Stephenville Texas ZOOLOGY CLASS GOES' FISHING / One Good Way to MAKE MONEY is to begin Saving "New Shoe" Money.—Let us repair your old Shoes. They'll wear you two and three times as long and will look like new as long as you wear them. / We Reapir Your Shoes While You Wait, or You can Leave them here—We'll Fix 'Em Quickly, WE DO THE BEST REPAIR WORK IN THE CITY ALSO AUTOS TOPS RECOVERED AND REPAIRED • . W. P. NEWSOME COLLEGE DAYS WILL SOON BE vOYER , Sure you will want a Civi- lian Suit—Let that Suit be one of KAIIAN'S or STER- LING'S made to measure. I guarantee to fit you, and give you clothes that will give perfect satisfaction— RALPH E, BEARD GENTS FURNISHINGS FINE TAILORING | CLEANING AND PRESSING Phone 139 | wA' Ivl SHOES ; WE HAVE A VERY COMPLETE STOCK OF SHOES FOR MEN AND WOMEN EVERYTHING THAT^ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1920

'->wv " • . v ". '•r^"^ - .-m ' '•;■••,-• '--.-;V ■■'■ri 1 '■ ,.- * '" -W ^ .■-.y BOYS' glee club back from another trip • J> The Boys' Glee Club left Steph- enville the morning of April ,9 on ,iihe\2:40 train; Kay and Winters ~were missing-in action, but Mr. Schmidt called them from' Dublin >ud they got g car and caught up in- time to leave Dublin with the rest of the bunch, '.,It was here that the.trip really began for the .Cltib had spent so much" time at Dublin that it seemed like home. -. V Borne of the crowd were sleepy, but,soon tod. much' fun was started for ahy one to" sleep. Dewey Davis got some'1 pictures, from some source ifhat caused a great deal of $5gitement, anci a .friend that caus- <i$ more; but he always managed thein back. t ; •; Finally at about 3:30 .the poi^er gelled "Stamford," and all grabb- ed their baggage and piled off. Sev- eral cars met the train to carry the Club to dinner. One car carried the "quartet to the High School where they sang a f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1920

: A'? -';--A' j- iSiS 1 *, -. 'Vr i-;^. * ■' f.,'.'-' / '■■<*■ 'fv|; :/.l!.'. *••...-( '■;■!"/ Viv,,^;T v';.r .o. ', ? '; it " — ■:'. '<V' '"':■' JOHN TAULETON' AGBICULTUIL COLLEGE A BRANQti OF'TJE^^':^^^-G^ii^E'>;'Btepfi^vlUe,/^as^'May 4, 1920 u%'A ' . '< V in1' S t£ MlTAELETON vtll, -fl - ^^I^lHORPiaiGS . ' •* •j'r-.w 1' '■ 'ivt; . i' -'1.' v *■ . ■ ' W-V •'>' •, i'- '' .'4 • • *. ' * \ ' • 'in the Aprilriss.ue,bf the- Thorp 1 Springs Christian College paper \ 'ioid.hd^'|hpjc'shtot out Daniel j . ■; JB^Jcer of :Brownw'9pd, a' senior, col- v *'-t. lejge, iji .two "gaines,'.,g.'.to^:t> 'and il > •;; , to ,0. Th,ey also saifi. • "JUook. .out -'/,,. '■ ,*• jjetoju, : 'Aty<?u.;"i i-^Itfdnday aftd Tuesday of last jvfiek on our home grounds :.■>'•:aijld out hard nine wpii the great- ' ( est1 'gaines .of the . season over Me Mpcl^;pf old : ring^rs.V/ ' , ' laioSdl^iw^ • iiVjJcJpld (Jay; and < vefyr.unf^or^ble : Jor; .■ base7 bill *> playing,-. Thorp Spring...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1920

7 .■■■ LET US SUPPLY YOUR TABLE WITH ; . com) mesh groceries ' OUR STOCK IS NEW AND OF BEST QOULITY We Appreciate Your Trade farmer & ellis I : THE CASH AND; CARRY GROCERY f Of Stephenville, Texas ■: • <•'•. '< ■ ;. • 1 '■ The Chevrolet Motor Co. \ POM. h^K million Ajtamcbil t. has built a t<l ,?m M hi'Jf; *$iHicis A *itoinc5£e&—Qiie- - Twelfth the number of cors in use in the .United Stated-:. -'■; ■' They are building this year alone a quarter million more, • This year they are also spending mil- lions of dollars to increase production facilities to build an even better car. WE CARRY. A FULLLINE OF ■ \ CHEVROLET PARTS AND , . EMPLOY A FACTORY' . ' '/'.'^mechxnic . :: imayerrsm 1 :: Phone 481 • Stephenville, Texas YOU;,WILL. FIND v : ; . :v^i)a#neo : , ■ . ■ ;.A, SAFE1 PLACE' TO.' TRADE'."'■ v-." FAIR PRICES-; ' AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT / :■= ' , : ' .< .■ AT ALL TIMES tV We have a complete line of Hardware and Furnitur^. • , * . ■ GIVE-US'A' CHANCE TO -CONVINCE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1920

"r FOR BANKING SERVICE Give us Your Business and we Assure You of Careful Attention at All Times. t CAGE & CROW BANKERS UNINCORPORATED Stephenyille Texas One Qood Way to MAKE MONEY is to begin Saving "New Shoe" Money.—Let us irepair your old Shoes. They'll wear yqu two and three times as long and will look like new as long as you wear them. We Reapir Your Shoes While Yoy. Wait, or You can Leave them here—We'll Fix 'Em Quickly. WE DO THE BEST REPAIR WORK IN THE CITY ALSO AUTOS TOPS RECOVERED AND REPAIRED W. P. NEWSOME GO TO THE SANITAtY -BAEERlt v r for good BREAIT ROLLS i IV' CAKES A SPECIALTY PATRONIZE . HOME INDUSTRY " \ 'SHOE S VfE HAVE;' A VERY COMPLETE :,/■ STOCK OF ' . Shoes / .! „ FOR MEN AND WOMEN EVERYTHING THAT'S NEW— ALL WIDTHS V * LET ;US SHOW YOU DRAMATIC CLUtf ■ 'ENTERTAINMENT "Did you go to; the dramatic club eritertai'nraerit'Friday night?" " "My dear, you should have been there!; It was simply delightful,, of course. I'd b&ri hearing about the Dramatic club-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1920

THE J-TAC ' :■■■ sem^indnthly'by;the. , ' t . ■ i ■■'.'< '.Stu'dfnts ,ot Johri. Tarleton Agri-: V 1: ■ - , ■ . ^'ill^ur'al .'G.ollege i thrQa^hout : the' *':• •' Lws0n'.'^O;..~_-u- Ecli i'" L :■' .:, < 0j|iht6n '20 . : j ' ■ ^Riley :Ya®ferou^h ;'20,_„ Bus. Mgr.' -v.; Fraiiklin','Math^ny :'21, "Asst. $lgr. schoql next year. .There, are, many, other such'/examplesl Our^ ques-r tion 'is/"'Wijiat .Wil^ Tarletori ,be'?" apd the answer1 i x- "It' \^ill.;,eyeh: |je muph 'gre'ater tha)a it,' is now-" At least, let!; us all Jry, to make it do- ;The business men "and people lieve they, will1 sjoon^spe good're- sults, A i '• DEAN DAVIS IS A LIVE -MAN. •Dean J. Thomas' Davis is indeed a Jive man. ■ He. is' a noted public speaker; and ,,educ;a'tpr>' and' .doe's things'in,,a bu'siness-li^e '.wayl" He ,i> : f-tr: '..: /St^ji^hyijle,; Tt'ex^.s/ May- 1926 IHAT WILL TAKLETON BE ;/ : ■" ■■ ; }■ V,v . V " Predict an'a have/prou.nds £<Sr'believing that Tarleton will be / ,; .^;umuch, grea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 May 1920

Wins STATf jSHapM©N$HIP "Volume 1. Number 13. JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTUAL COLLEGE, A BRANCK OF TEXAS' ^. &;M, QOtLEGE Step,Kenvilie, Texas/May 25, 1920, VJ : NINE ARE STATfi -<■ - ■ ■ r • rvV 5> ^ , ■■''V/'".y -■*-"11.— / "WIN GREAT VICTORY IN HARD ■ FOUGHT' BATTLE - .WITH' V;'-".BURLESON ' Tarleton-s-fas't "nine won out ;« -the district in basebail and Burle- ■'son-; college, of.Greenville,- hereto- . .fore undefeated, accepted 6u ? chal- lenge for state.:'.-Thursday, Fs.i- :-...day and. Saturday of last week va; •-•'.had fSem.with' us. They'oaine ovrf- ' with determination to qh'ut -vout , . the :-y.oung:., farmei-s. as cbfay had :• -done-others 'in fifteen games this ,. .season, •:•.- . ' -. At four, .o'clock- Thursday the big game started,. .; There, - were . jsttil- a few with, us, who doubted Tarleton's ability bi.; putting it ■oyer.Hudspeth pitched old time and ."shut out the ,: .Blulesoa bunch. Tarleton rallied in the /seventh arid 'got, three scores,. -be- ..ing, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 May 1920

. V- Published semi-monthly by , the Students of John Tarleton Agri- cultural College throughout the college year, > - Barton Lawson, — Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Clinton* Burnett ——— '20 Lucy Lee Young „ — '20 Zelda Tubbs __r_—----- '21 Riley Yarbrough '20,-^ Bus. Mgr. Franklin'Matheny '21, Asst. Mgr. Entered as second .class matter Nov 26,1919, under the act-of Mar. 3 at the postoliice'at Stophenville, Texas, -' • Stepheriville, Texas, May 25, 1920. HOME ECONOMICS EXHIBIT i ■ The Honje Economies exhibit which was held last Friday~*and Saturday was one of the most.at- tractive events that the college has ever staged. The room's of -the department were tastefully de- croated with vines and cut flow- ^ers, Committees of young lady students in the blue chambray uni- forms .met1 the guests as. they came and ushered them from .room to . room* explaining to them the vari- ■ ous. features <^f the'work. ' .First the visitors; were- shown to tfye exhibit of the Household ' Arts Departm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 May 1920

• v >-V - FOR BANKING SERVICE ^ ■ ; Give us Your Business and ^; /we Assure You of Careful |f Attention at All Times. , CAGE & CROW BANKERS UNINCORPORATED FROM ALL CORNERS O^ THE EARTH Stephenville. — .— Texas. WE'RE CONTINUALLY BUSY KEEPING OLD SHOES ". ' LOOKING LIKE NEW -OWES When, yuo bring your repair work to us, you'll realize the economy of the best. We'll make your shoes last longer than the other fellow, and,they'll look better, tQ£, ALSO AUTOS TOPS RECOVERED AND REPAIRED ; ' -W. Pi' NEWSOME . THE, •FIRST STATE BANK . Stephenville, Texas "r\" " "*'2* (Guaranty Fund Bank) John'' Tarleton Agricultural col- lege is destined to become a great school in numbers as well as in the marked characteristic of the present students to da things— and probably this' is the reason for it. Requests are being receiv- ed by'the hundreds for catalogs and imforrhatipn about the college. Not only do these come from.^vari- ous states but even from . for- eign countries. Such letters have b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 May 1920

asr— iii andlook over pur NEW STYLES You will find each and every one all pure Wool and Wonderful in Value v /CLEANING, PRESSING AND ...tv/'. REPAIRING - ;/ ' - NEATLY-DON//] .PATE &■ 1EY8ER Phone 288 Stephenville IT'S " ALWAYS A-PLEASURE-TO SEE ' • .THE - ■ // . . ■* . ' THOS. DONNELL, MGR. ' WE ALWAYS SHOW THE BEST FIRST ALWAYS/ A - PLEASURE TO .SERVE COLLEGE STUDENTS ::■//■ WE..'TH.ANK YOU '. ^ - — V - - ' > / for the<splendid patronage that we have /enjoyed from the faculty and student- body during* the. school term now. clos- ing.- ..WE- WISi FOE YOU ' i Every good wish for your vacation.. /./' /:/. -'-..RELPH E. .BEARD Gent's. Furnishing" and Fine. Tailoring /// ,/. Telephone /139 - DISAPPOINTMENT Surrendering to disappointment is the cause of most failures. To brood unduly over a setback is to acknowledge defeat. To. be suc- cessful -one; rniist recognize dis couragement only as an incentive to later achievement. Disappointment is often caused by expecting too much,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 September 1920

•^r^^-rr-rrr- K' H vol: 2. stephen ville, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 25, 1920 NEW STUDENTS ■ f l f The-old students of the, college , welcome the new boys and girls that have come to cast their lot that have come to cast their ; - lege means much.to all. The rough corners can only be knocked off by ; . -daily association with our fellows. ■ There Is naturally some home-sick- .riess-^smrie. longing -for the pies that only mother can'bake, for the rustic, seat in the corner of . the " yard where the honeysuckles are the s^yeetesi and the .bees d^one . ' the .softest, for the bright eyed * maiden' whose .poke -bonnet hides charms that only the homesick bby knows of- These -yearnings will pass as- the, days go by and you bye arid bye will become a part of the great Tarleton machine. You will learn to cheer at football games, with Jakie Baughil, to eat at the "Greasy Spoon," to make a date with:; some new girl thaS has created a favorable; impression or y.ou. ":Jrhe Wys of the barracks have been t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 September 1920

-r1, :.v t '■p --i- J-TAC Franklin Matheney— Editor Henry Lee .Managing Editor Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. . Business Office located in Domestic Science Building. Saturday, September, 25, 1920 J-TAC COMES The opening issue, of the J-Tac is coming to all. But we are now solicitors of subscriptions, which will be one dollar and fifty cents per year. There is no reason Why every pupil, should not have at least one ^subscription while sev- eral have already spoken for as many as five. " - HOW ABOUT IT Last year I did not want to em- barrass my best girl by making her propose to me, so I ask her to be my wife and she said; "I wish to be excused," And I like an jdiot, excused .her, btyt I. got even with the girl—I married her-mother. Then my father married the girl. Now I don't know who I am. When I married the girl's mother she be- came my daughter. When my ; father married my daughter- she became my mother. If father is my son and my daughter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 September 1920

npyr.1?. -■ TV THE LIBRARY &V ":; fe^rr:-.. ■«;■*-: ■ ^ ■'•" i .'cvsv'■: -• ^ , ' •' '•' J ' , VV3;-- - ,'. -• '.:■•* V". r^; c"- !■ ' ' I The Library is situated in. the Southwest corner of the. new ad- ministration building, and occu- * pies two large' light ' connecting rooms, which are well ventilated and also well heated during the winter months.' ... Modern -equipment- such as the best of stool book shelving, read- ing tables arid chairs are being in- stalled,_arid as rapidly as possible the classification arid catalogue- ing of >the dibrary will be uncier- •taken: and carried to completion. The book store which has" for- merly been located in the Library, has very recently been moved to the office, of j^he business manager, thus enlarging the Library, and relieving the Librarian of alj re- sponsibility except administration of Library. - The Library contains something more than five / thousand volumes bearing on history, English,, edu- cation, home .economics,1 science...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 September 1920

Tarleton College Students are Welcome at pate;s barber shop Your patronage will be appreciated North 3ide Square •Stephenville, Texas - •►♦♦«*>*♦♦❖♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« When is the best; time to begin making | pictures, for the Annual? Lets say it to- ' gether—RIGHT NOW see baxley The Man Who Makes Faces . .... - - • •- --V college faculty as busy as bees, Tarleton Agricultural College began its fall session on Septem- ber 20, with 250 matriculants, and since then a number of others have applied for admission, but the facT itlty has been flooded with work, and has not yet finished tabulating hence the full number of matricu- lants caiinbtbe given this week. The officials there are sanguine that the -number will far exceed that of last session. The school is better prepared this season than ever before to take care of the stu- dents, and tkose who attend and apply themselves to hard woz'k will find teachers in all the various branches of study more than w...

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