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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1925

THE J-TAC Get Revenge on those Yellow Jackets Friday Night VOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1925 NUMBER 15 THE CROSS DRUG STORE DOWN TOWN WE SAVE YOU MONEY * THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR THE CAMPUS LISTEN PLOWBOY — IT is gratifying to know that Tex- as is going to have a centennial ex- position of its own. It is the duty of every true Texan to join in making this exposition the greatest event of its kind ever staged in the U. S. "Texanize Texas" is the slogan of the committees in charge of.the cen- tennial exposition move. i Much enthusiasm is shown and ev- ery passing month has marked ad- vancement toward the goal of this committee, ■ ■ . "You've got glories of history and achievement here that no common- wealth of the world ever had be- fore." Theodore Price told members of the Tenth District Associated Ad- vertising Clubs of the world when they met in Corsicana in annual con- vention in 1923. And as a result} the people of Texas are going to revive Texas and its 100 ...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1925

THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in'Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAF.P Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor J Sports Editor., . : Exchange Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager - Brents Harbison Truman Threadgill William Davis Roy Bailey Wayne Rider , Abbie Joe Downing ;Brady Nix PAVED OR UNPAVED . ' ■ The streets of any city are common thoroughfares traveled at all times by anybody that desires to do so. Perhaps no greater step has been taken by Stephenville than that of paving some of its main thoroughfares. The paving of Tarleton avenue has meant more to Stephenville, to the College, and to the students than any one. other project ever undertaken by the citizen- ship of Stephenville. We are indeed grateful to those loyal citizens who' have made this •possible, and we are sure that they have been repaid already for the expense incurred by them. We cannot help but wonder why certain ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1925

SOUTHWESTERN PEDAGOGUES DOWN PLOWBOY QUINTET 44-23 The Southwestern Teacher's College cage team from1 Weatherford, Okla., fresh from victories over A, C. C., Simmons, and Howard Payne contin- ued their [Winning' streak1 by winning a stubbornly contested game from the Tarleton Plowboys by a score of 44 to 23 on Monday night at the! Tarleton Gym. The game was really Tbetter than the score indicates. Several times dur- ing the game the fast offense of the Teacher^ swept the Tarleton bunch offitheirl'feet, but often the'Plowboys broke up the visitors passing game and carried the ball up the court. The Oklahoma bunch by far is the best icage team to - oppose) the Plow- boys since Shurtleff College appeared last season/ Coach; Voyles has a great team m the making. In Montgomery he has a great center, although; not a, high jumper/ Montgomery is an accurate shooter andf a dangerous man oh eith- er the offense or.defense. ^Mbntgom- rey was high point man for the Southwestern five, piling up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1925

Farmers' Short Course Success (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) frost", and then may by modern meth- ods of canning easily have a supply to cover "the frost seasons". He showed that some fruit oft every type grown in a section may be utilized to length - ' en the period of production of fresh fruifs. . Probably the high point of interest of the entire course. Of study came with sketched of Texas history given ,by: Col. C. C. French, Industrial agent of the/Fort'Worth Stock Yards Com pany of Fort Worth. Col. French is one i of the few living members of the "Old Trail Drivers" and from a hu- man J standpoint gave an account of those days now gone,- connected the live stock industry of that day with the industry 6f today, showed the dif- ference in the handling' cattle and sheep 'when they had to be driven for hundreds of miles overland to market " and in their handling today when they are (rushed to shipping pens, and loaded . intd ears and 1 then directly into markets that are now accessible...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1925

FIGHT MN THE TAC ROMP On Those Debatur WIN VOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1925 NUMBER 16 THE GROSS DRUG STORE DOWN TOWN WE SAVE YOU MONEY THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR THE' CAMPUS LISTEN PLOWBOY THERE is one man in Stephenville who can be rightly called Tarleton's sstaunehest football fan and supporter. He is no other than Dr. A, O. Crftg- wall, himself an ex-Vanderbilt star. DR. CRAGWALL has' been the team's, physician for several years. He work's untiringly with the team during the football season antb then lives in anticipation of a 'still better season during the following months. IF EVERY business man in Stephenville took as much interest in Tarleton Athletics as Dr.Cragwall does, nobody would nurse any re- grets because ■ of lost championships. When one stops and considers that no Tarleton Athlete" is paid for his services—then you can understand why Tarleton rarely gets a finished Athlete—they go where the money is forthwith coming. Get Even Tarleton Defeats Wic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1925

THE J-TAC id* , * ^ y* J\ ■ Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephen\ ille, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3,1819. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief... Brents Harbison Associate Editor™.-..!..., 1 Truifian Threadgill Assistant Editor...., William, Davis Sports Editor.. „,..a .. Roy Bailey Exchange Editor..... : Wayne Rider Business Manager.;-,;,.; Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Manager. T Brady Nix . When you stop a moment to consider the things you are doing, do you find your task worth while? Have you a goal in view which leads you on to the job of being a man?. Or are you merely going! to College? Are you obtaining; those things which give you a broader outlook upon the world—upon humanit—upon life? If not, you are losing the things which are really worth while. Idealism—that is the objective which should be constantly before us. College training should prepare a man to make greater progress financially but that is a secondary matter. It should ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1925

THE DAY I BOBBER MY HAIR BY A SENIOR I sat before my dressing table, trembling in every limb. My mind' was fraught with anxiety and piti- ful intl'-ecision. Could I—dared I take the fateful step? I decided in the affirmative and gave the sig- nal for the commencement of the operations. I felt in sympathy with those who had been executed, for I felt like one doomed on the executioner's block, awaiting the blow of the axe. I closed my eyes and then I heard a terrible swish! swish! and later a soft thud! on the floor. I was in agony for what seemed an eternity of time while thoughts of every description pass-, ed thru my mind'—thoughts of the past and then thoughts. of today, now—changed future. : of regret swept over me, but it was counteracted when I looked up arid saw that I was really a little girl again. I felt free—-free from the conventions that hampered adults. My life from now on would not be regulated pr disturbed by the price of hair nets, or the loss of hairpins. < THE F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1925

THE AGRICULTURAL DEPART- MENT OF JOHN TARLETON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) borhood. It also consists of terrac- ing* of the farms. In the past two years the classes in terracing have terraced about two ■ thousand acres of land. Department'of Animal and Dairy- Husbandry—Prof. Chambers In this department, the practical methods of raising and keeping', farm animals is taught. A dairy is run on the farm with the college's own cows. They have, also, good hogs, sheep, goats and cattle, which they keep on the farm for judging pur- poses and breeding. ■ They are now trying t<i get an ideal herd of animals at the farm, both in general appear- ance and type. It is through the kindness of friends of the college, that they are able to gfet good ani- mals for the college. Some of our best gifts are, two Herford calves, given by John Gist, of Midland; and a white Shorthorn heifer calf,'given by A, V. Livingston of Talpa. These three animals will- probably put the college on the map, with the oth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1925

STEP BY STEP BASKETBALL TITLE Make 1 rhis Semester a Sue eessful One BASKETBALL TITLE VOLUME V STEFHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1925 NUMBER 17 THE CROSS DR DOWN TOWN UG STORE 9 WE SAVE YOU MONEY THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR THE CAMPUS LISTEN PLOWBOY "I'm gonna study hard this term." Yes, that's what they 'ail are saying' now and if history repeats itself they'll be saying it this time next year. . Before you know it spring will lie here with the twittering of the birdies, the rustling of the green leaves, and the grass beginning to sprout, 'tis then your resolution will likely take a rear seat and Campus courses will hold the spotlight. It looks like some of Dr. Reed's contemporaries, maybe his fellow- friends, have seen fit to do the Cross- word-puzzle act and swap climates with Alaska for a while. «, Prof. Baker keeps up with the weather by radio and he always gives out advance information especially when it is going to snow in Iowa. Plow Spli ecatur Ca -* It looks like we had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1925

THE J-TA.C Entered as second-class mail matter at the post.office in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor ! : Sports Editor : Exchange Editor„;.^i.™ «... Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Brents Harbison Truman Threadgill William Davis Roy Bailey Wayne Rider Abbie Joe Downing : Brady Nix EDITORIAL "The type of effort tha;t is the surest to bring eventual success is that type that is persistent and continuous; never that that is spas- modic and1 temporary." This sentence has been attributed to our Dean. Nothing could be more true iand emphatic in any form of life, whether it be social, financial, or educational. The force of these words is very clearly illustrated in student life of the college this year. Those students who are forging persistently and continuously are suc- ceeding with more than an average degree of certainty. The honor roll of the school is showing a healthful increa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1925

We were strong as horseradish for FOOTBALL We are just that strong for BASKETBALL i Pay us a visit BELL BARBER SHOP THE CALL OF THE FUTURE COLLEGE TAILOR SHOP The place to get good TAILOR WORK Give us a trial PHONE 224 ROY WARD, Prop. W. P. NEWSOM Shoe Repair BELKNAP STREET GOOD.GROCERIES BETTER PRICES BEST SERVICE 0. A. SMITH The Place to Get Your Work Is Where They Give Service, and THAT'S PATE'S Pate's Barber Shop FEED First Class Feed At HENRY CLARK'S FEED STORE College Students are Always WELCOME in our store SMITH & FERGUSON Phone 251 VALENTINES DICTIONARIES, BOOKS AT LIVINGSTON RACKET STORE Dr. E. L. Reed PhD. We should be very thankful that we have been permitted to live in the present afee for it is the best age that hasiyet. come. No people of the past havhi been so generously blest with the conveniences which aid in the procuring, of the necessaries of life and which contribute so abund- antly. to our pleasures as we of the present., Universal education with all of it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1925

"JIM" BASKETBALL TEAM SHOWING STRENGTH (Continued from page one) of the game a full set of men and sent in a new five, he sent back the old set again. The score at the end of the first half was 22-11 in favor of Tarleton. The -final score showed a contrast of 43-19, evidencing plainly that the two teams were consistent, and that there were no flashes of play. Dublin, while not; having the scor- ing machine that Tarleton had, show- ed a gamness and fight that is not often excelled. The team never once lost heart or fight, even when they recognized that they had no chance to win. They were accompanied to Stephenville by a loyal vrowd of rooters who cheered them on through- out, giving them a loyal support pos- sible only to those who are good sports and play for the sake of the - game and not the victory. Come to chapel with1 your pock- ets full of "jack" and support your candidate in the popularity con- test, Thursday. Lamesa, Texas, Jan. 17, 1925. Mr. J. Thos. Davis, Stephenville, T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1925

coming THE J - TAC students, faculty, citizens of stephenville help that basketball team to "carryon" coming ' " - VOLUME Y STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1925 NUMBER 18 the cross drug store DOWN TOWN "Better "Lower Service" Prices" the varsity shop NEAR THE CAMPUS AGAIN we are father inclined to believe that Fate has been unkind -to us—for instance, one of our beloved instructors takes n notion to marry and when a woman gets that idea in- to her head it is .useless to try to dissuade her. Miss Hewitt's leaving was an un- expected blow to the college as a whole. Her smiling face will be mis- sed and the various capacities in which she served have suffered a great loss. Largely due to Miss Hewitt's ef- forts, co-operation and advice the J- Tac has enjoyed a very successful year so far. The staff misses he?— the college misses her— however, we know that her heart its rig'hc where- ever she may be. WE wish Miss Hewitt the same de- gree of success and happiness iri mar- rie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1925

THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenvilie, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor.. : Sports Editor Exchange Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager.. Brents Harbison ... Truman Threadgill William Davis Roy Bailey Wayne Rider . Abbie1 Joe Downing Brady Nix A TRIBUTE Tarleton has progressed. Tarleton has achieved. Because broad- minded policies and a competent faculty have made these things possible. Only last week a faculty member retired to private life and in her going the College suffered immensely. Miss Hewitt was aristocratic in her ideals yet democratic in her actions and deeds. She seemed to grasp the full meaning of1 the' larger things although she never failed! to take cognizance of the smaller things,—both in College and in every day life. Her earnest endeavor, hearty co-operation, broad-minded progressiveness; and untiring efforts in making a greater ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1925

Plowshare hopes Wesley wins the basketball champion'ship in her dis- trict. Then Revenge will be Sweet. However, we haven't won our own district yet the way thing are now looking. Ladies Work a Specialty Pay Us a Visit BELL BARBER SHOP COLLEGE TAILOR SHOP The place to get good TAILOR WORK Give us a trial PHONE 224 ROY WARD, Prop. W. P. NEWSOM Shoe Repair BELKNAP STREET A Trial Will Convince You Give Us a Trial 0. A. SMITH GROCERIES The Place to Get Your Work Is Where They Give Service, and THAT'S PATE'S Pate's Barber Shop College Students are' Always WELCOME in our store SMITH & FERGUSON Phone 251 A FULL LINE OF BOX STATIONERY and School Supplies at LIVINGSTON RACKET STORE HAMMOND AND SEARS HONORED The Seniors feel hig'hly honored because Bessie Lea and Jake both won out in the popularity contest last week. We have been looking for ward to this for, a long while and we hoped to be triumphant, and—we were! My!'but we're glad. Somehow bur class this year is quite fortunate. It isn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1925

FRAILTY THY NAME 13 HUMAN All is seemingly in the usual* routine. The usual horns, clari- nets, banjosand guitars give forth their mournful sounds. The offic- ers are at their usual meeting. Here and there, there is a student indulging in the luxury of study. Other geniuses are soundly snor- ing. Of course it is night, beauti- ful, dark silent night the cool breeze rustling the brown leaves that are now on the ground. What a peaceful night! Nothing un usual could happen. The blare of the horn, and the strum of the banjo suddenly cease. The officers have returned! Be- hold that isn't all! With them come the mighty powers! Perhaps it is the night of judgment. What can it all mean? Suddenly we hear the mighty commanding voice of the Colonel, "Come into the hall that we- may judge our straying members, Goober, Agee and Car- ter." They have been guilty of an awful crime, We will hear what they have to say." These good men come forward, One makes a speech which is worthy to go down in. hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1925

FIGHT FOR HONORS J-TAC "FIND A WAY OR MAKE ONE" Carry On TEAM . .. .. VOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1925. NUMBER 19 THE CROSS DRUG STORE DOWN TOWN "Better "Lower Service" Prices" THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR THE CAMPUS LISTEN PLOWBOY JUST when we thought spring was here.--the birds were twittering, the limbs were quivering, the leaves were shivering—and all nature seemed to be on the verge of falling in love, 01' Man Weather does a cross word puz- zle stunt and brings up a norther with a sprinkling of rain and then a touch of a sand storm. AND then we have visions of March with its wind and sand—April with its showers, May with its quitu- ation ceremonies and then a vacation. HOWEVER between now and then regardless of rain, snow, or desert air, we have a basketball title to cop and a baseball pennant to tuck away.' WHICH means that there's, much to be done and it will take the whole machine to put it over. AND in the meantime we would like to gripe a little—looks li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1925

J-T Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice 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. Roy Bailey Exchange Editor...: Wayne Rider Business Manager...^... v .. Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Manager Brady Nix SERVICE, CO-OPERATION,—PRINCIPLE Abraham Lincoln placed1 himself back of principle and fought for it so hard that he landed in the White House. The policy of Lincoln should bet the policy of every Tarletjom Student. It is a common thing to see students putting principle be- hind them, making it secondary—while they place personal egotism in the front. This policy will mean failure im the long r'un. The only means;by which' any one can advance is 'through the servicei that he or she render to the institution of which; he, or she; is ja fractional part. If a student can't place principle in the front and Co-opera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1925

OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND OUR SERVICE GOOD HUDGENS &HICKEY Groceries & Feed SPRING GOODS NOW ARRIVING DAILY , MILLER'S VARIETY STORE ! Ladies Work a Specialty Pay Us a Visit BELL BARBER SHOP HEARD FROM THE FORT W. P. NEWSOM Shoe Repair BELKNAP STREET A Trial Will Convince You Give Us a Trial 0. A. SMITH GROCERIES The Place to Get'Your Work Is Where They Give Service, and THAT'S PATE'S Pate's Barber Shop A FULL LINE OF BOX STATIONERY and School Supplies at LIVINGSTON RACKET STORE Down Grubbs and on to the State Mayor Reynolds has gone from the Fort. Looks like we can't keep pur gang all together. 33-15. ft isn't over yet Plow- boys. . Good work. We knew you could 'do it. Red and Frank have at last de- cided to4 ep,nie back to the fold. Welcome Home boys Coleman" has returned after a vacation which he spent in the midst' of bottles, beds and of course, good looking nurses. Fight 'em Plowboys. Kirk left Sunday morning. Kirk has been wrestling for some time with "flu" but it seem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1925

DIAMOND PROSPECTS FOR 1925 LOOKING GOOD (Continued from page 1) ence he should be unbeatable this year. Last year was Jennings' first attempt at hurling, but he turned in some good work and he gave promise of turning into a good steady, depend- able pitcher. Stratton, with Browning bore the brunt of last year's games, however, Stratton was, a little off form in some of his- games. Yet> when he is right, he is unbeatable. The tall boy should develop into one of the mainstays of the box this sea- son. Coach Wisdom's „ "ace in the hole" is Turney the little "speed demon," who pitched fpr the Plowboys in '23. Suffice to say, Turney is one of the best pitchers in college baseball and with reasonable good support he will let the opposing teams down in grand style. "Choc" Fitzhugh the speedy out-gardener who smacked the pillet with seeming regularity last year will be transformed into a first baseman and should plug up the hole left by the graduation of "Lefty" Graves. . Brady Nix made ...

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