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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1925

J V y i7 %£ HPt&Sk v^lls j — .WKi lih « BIGF^^ i ■. ■■■;, \ ALL FOR TARLETON DO YOUR PART WELL ■l ; . 1 / a£3L Mm 1/ HBSHH ■Wtimsimm. LiirJHfi HI If A- fl ii ■ VOLUME V ' STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1925 NUMBER 25 THECROSS DRUGSTORE EAST SIDE SQUARE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE V , THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS IN LISTEN PLOWBOY WELL the last semester is drawing to a close. In less than two months students will be wending' their ways home, Some will go home ryjoichig— some otherwise. IT is largely an individual matter as to whether a student will welcome the close of school, in the light of his achievements. Now is'the time to make the most of your time for soon it will be too late. THERE'S stilly .great bit of scandal of various .descriptions being brought up in many places and why—we. don't know. It seems like it is'an inevitable circumstance that is a part of society everywhere you go. SOME students never stop to think and consider just what might happen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1925

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,.-. ....... ! : 1 Roy Bailey Exchange Editor...,,:; J. Wayne Rider Business Manager.! Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Manager i_ 1 ..Brady Nix AN ANSWER TO T. M. C.'s CALUMNY. • For the first time in the history of John Tarleton's existence she has been made to suffer from the ironic and distorted tales of the enveno- jiopied pen of an impetuous junior college editor. Articles thai have appeared in the last two issues of the T. M. Cj Bayonet, official publi- cation of the Texas Military College were misrepresentations of facts and fallacious in every respect. If; is not the policy of 'the J-Tac to enter into the petty quarrels that are often common occurences be- tween various College publications, but we feel that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1925

GEOLOGY CLASS EXPLORES 0;n Thursday afternoon the geo- logy class reported to laboratory with the intentions of drawing geosynclinies and trilobites for a long two hou^s, but their spirits soon took; wing^ with the an- nouncement of a trip to Club lake. Part of the girls went with Mr; Davis in his ear and the others went with Mrs. Burroughs, while the boys all accompanied Ophelia Bumps. The first stop, was made about four miles northeast of town at a gravel pit. Several fossils of Mullosca, gastropods, and coral , cups were found, One member of the class .originated the idea of: starting a mueseum but was dis- heartened when he failed to find the remanis of dinosaur. The next, and most thrilling stop was about a mile further. The class had to'walk across a pasture to a large hill. Between this >hill and the road was a canyon with beautiful red, purple and blue walls..Ruth Harv.ey wonder- ed who painted them. Across the canyon a' herd of cat- tle/ was peacefully grazing until Pans...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1925

ON MEMORY I have, a good memory. It is true that I cannot recall the names of most of the boys in the same class with * me last fall, and that I habitually, for- get to bring back what my folks sen<| ' me after, and that my remembrance jOf dates is decidedly unreliable (I Wave 1066, 1492, 1776 and 192*5 pretty well in mind!), but in spite of it all I maintain that I have a good mem- ory—for smutty stories. Let some fellow after leering aroiyid tp see that no women or gentlemen are within hearing tell a dirty. one, and that story will stick in my mind until I die. Sometimes in .the midst of a most solemn occasion a word spoken will bring ifi its train a whole troop of-dirty stories, skipping and grinning at me as they flit through my mind. They seem to dare me to entertain holy thoughts. Only a strong exertion of will power can throw theni ' out. One day as a child five years old I found a box of chocolate candy on a hotel mantel-piece. Child-like, I ate a piece of it'only to disc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1925

— ...n.m, , ... 1., Ill 1 nn.Hr,— VOLUME V - STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1925 NUMBER 26 THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SfiDE SQUARE . ' \ 1 "" "u I. THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS / - • IT HAKES little difference whether you are large or small, weak or strong', slow or fast—you can do many things that will contribute to the building of better athletic teams, doing qf better literary work, and the building of a greater Tarleton, Why not wake up and be useful once in a school year—just once? SOME STUDENTS assum,e that at- titude of "X don't care"—"let the other fellow look out for himself"—"why should we care, it doesn't belong to us," etc. MARK them they may be smart and soijae may believe it, yet when the showdown comes these students will have spent an unprofitable year, and they may suddenly realize that they are not so smart after all. THE PLOWBOYS have played six games and have sVon. three, losing a like number. Considering that we hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1925

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 Thread gill Assistant Editor. . —: ! William Davis Sports Editor. Roy Bailey Exchange Editor. .: Wayne Rider Business Manager.— Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Manager Brady Nix CO. "P " MOYALLYENTERTAINED BY SPONSORS TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;— From time immemorial this day has been all Fool's Day—a day for fun, pranks, and an! all round darn good time. On this day, even the members of the faculty are supposed to see through the jokes which are sprung around the campus and seeing them—wipe, that seemingly "perpetual frown" of responsibility off their countenances long enough to pucker up their faces and really grin (not smile—that isn't at all the proper1 thing to do| on this day). We wager that back in the "days of real sport" these same faculty members were glad to see April Fool Day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1925

TO THE BASKETBALL SQUAD The veteran Plowboy Cage team finished a great season. Playing a great brand of ball all'the way and going through one of the sfill'cst schedules ever attempted, the Plow- boys ■ should have been State cham- pions, for they deserved it. They trained, worked; and fought cleanly foi' victory after victory and then a dreadful mishap denied them the cov- eted honor they were diligently work- ing for. To show their appreciation for the services and splendid record of the team, the student body pledged them- selves to buy the' sweaters. In order that the students might not feel that they had given some- thing for nothing, several members of the senior class put on a program for which; the students were taxed 15c ad- mission. The program was a show at chapel exercises by mock faculty members and for once the faculty was able to take the hint of Robert Burns and— "See ourselves as ithers see us." Maury Witcher as Dean Davis, made the students as well as the fac- ulty...

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

JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE AS BOOKS OF REGISTRAR SHOW IT MARCH 10 TARLETON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AS BOOKS OF THE REGISTER SHOW, MARCH 10 . There are two general divisions of the student body, namely residence students anil correspondence students. By, a residence student, I mean one , that resides at Tarleton and meets the ; teacher in the class room. By a cor- respondence student, I mean one that as a rule does not reside at Tarleton and who does the work by a-series of ■written assignments through the mail. Suppose for !the sake of comparison, that we divide the residence students into four groups, namely; men day students, men boarding students", wo- men day students, and women board- 'ing studeiits. Theii we have the fol- lowing enrollment: , Men day students 81 Men boarding students 369 Total men.:...! < 450 Women day students 140 Women boarding students 178 Total wompn... 327 ,Grand, total .. 777 Now supose that we divide the cor- respondence students into two groups, namely; men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1925

f IB ■■ OUR MOTTO: A BIGGER AND BETTER TARLETON 1 I YOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1925. NUMBER 27 ENIOR CLAS GREATEST IN HISTORY LISTEN PLOWBOY "Whenever you go out of doors- draw the chin in, carry your head high, and look at the world; drink in the sunshine; greet your friends with a smile, and put soul into every hand- clasp." —'25— The above is a bit of Elbert Hub- bard's philosophy. Try it a few times and see if-the world won't look a bit rosier because of it. —'25— -Baseball season is just opening. The fate of our team lies in the hands of the student body. If we will back them, see that they train, then the greatest athletic season^ in Plowboy- land will come to a successful finish. Student, wake up, and do your part' , —'25— . " In May, for the first time in the his- tory of John Tarleton, the Sophomores will receive diplomas for having com- pleted the required work in the pre- paratory department of the College. There are twenty-eight Sophs to re- ceive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1925

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.. Associate Editor. Assistant Editor.. Brents Harbison . Truman Threadgill William Davis Sports Editor,..., Boy Bailey Exchange Editor ...... Wayne Eider Business Manager.— ...... Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Manager. Brady Nix SENIOR EDITORIAL STAFF Editotr-in-Chief.... Associate Editor... R. J. Smith - - J Lucila Roberts Business Manager.. : Cecil Allen Exchange Editor.. Lee Clark AWAKE! One of the strongest arguments in favor of athletics is that it creates an atmosphere of pride, loyalty, and love of school which will hold the institution together like a great family. This atmosphere is known about the campus as college spirit. If you have observed very closely you will have noticed that the less spirit we have the niore discontentedness and "griping" there is,. This discontentment is sure to come from the one who is not in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1925

THE "HOTTENTOT" COIINGJPSMY Next Thursday, April' 9, at' seven forty-five p. m, in the college aud- itorium, the Public Speakipg De- partment Will pre,sent Victor Map- «s' popular play, "The Hottentot." The merits qf this play; are al- ready, known by many of the stu- dents. \ It is'the laSt long play to be presented MiSs I/illard this year but it proniises tO'bethe best. The play abounds in thrills and excitement and there is; a laugh in every spedeh. Tile action moves with the swiftness of the race horse for whom the play is named. Admission will be 85c and 50c. The cast is sis followsT Swift, the Kiitlef..-,...;.-.....-.,.. .Wilson Hartgrove Mrs. dilie Gilford::...:,.....,... Kfaer Cantrell Peggy: Fairfax:^.-.-.-- ,-A.r ..Clcira Sue1 Williamson Mrs. Clhadw'ick .................... t Gays Caudle Alex; Fairfax. Charles Brazil Larry Crawford.. Olllie Gilford. ..Noble Latsori .George Bolin Perkins . Lonriie Howell Sam Harrington ;Hoinan Gragg McKesson . Othello Tanner Capt. Townsend ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1925

Easter Clothes for College fioys at COX'S Everything you'll need for this Glorious occasion. Buy your Commencement Suit now. Lay aside your uniform for one day., Come out Sunday in the Easter Parade. Spring Suits, Shoes, Hats, Shirts and Neckwear. ■ Special attention to College boys this week. Come. m Your Friends, L We Appreciate Your Patronage THE MOUSE OF BETTER VALUES West Side Square City BAND STRUTS ITS STUFF AT STRAWN (Continued on page 4) Mr. K. N .Baxley. After damaging his camera sufficiently, we inarched to the basement of the First Baptist church for the convention banquet. There we heard short, interesting talks from Homer D. Wade, as toast- master; Adjutant General McGee; George Waverly Briggs of Dalas, and representatives from many towns of this district. Other important items .of the banquet program were Booster Club Cocktails, Mixed Pickles, Queen Olives, Whaley-Wade Combination Salad, Pressed Chicken a la Burton, Oil Belt Filler Creamed Potatoes, Peas en Timboles B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1925

FRESHMEN EDITION § '.JEffltt 'liHM -"ririiP «m ^rL: VOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TKXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1925 NUMBER -ZX THECROSS DRUGSTORE EAST SIDE SQl'AHE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE TEE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS JIM TEAM HOLDS BASEBALL RECORD FORMER PREXY THIS IS INDEX HOTTENTOT WINS VISITS TARLETONi TO FISH CLASS RACE OF YEAR "Last- Saturday the Jim Tarleton baseball team, led by the staunch Htub Hams, manager, loaded on the band boys' favorite, "Ophelia," and journeyed over tg a place called Ever- green. about seven miles from here. There were several hundred an&ious spectators waiting' to see Jim slaugh- tered by their hard-hitting nine. After a brisk work-out on the rough field Jim declared they were ready. The ganle was to start at three o'clock, but was delayed some thirty minutes so the catcher could be pro- vided with a mask. Since Jim was the - visiting team they were allowed to bat first. The first inning went in one, two, three order, but in the second inni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1925

Entered as second-class mail matter at the postolfiee jn Stephenville, 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 , Abbie Joe Downing: ... Brady Nix FRESHMEN EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief Associate Editor Sports Editor •News" Editor. News Editor News Editor Exchange Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Noble Latsoir ,...: Gordon Brannon Fred Brown lee Maysie Dee Morris 0rvi 1 le Howard Edna Moms (Miss) Winona Patterson Maysie Dee Morris Wreathy Price THE TARLETON OF THE FUTURE We who love Tarleton all think of her future. But in whose hands does its future lie? The Seniors have done their best, and will soon be gone. They ha ve done a great deal. But we, the Freshmen, shall be allowed to watch Tarleton grow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1925

Daughter: "Mother, Is kissing dangerous YJ^ —" _ Mother: "Yes, daughter. I got your father that way." Witch: "What kind of dates do you like best?" . Hazel: "Mandates, of course." Soph; "Yuh know, Slim, my an- cestors came over on the Alayflow^ er." fie: "Goodnight! Out of gas right in the middle of the traffic." She: "You can't stop for that, Bill, here comes the cop." WHITE HOUSE SCANDAL The New Things First at ' THE. LADIES STORE The school closing festivities will sbon be here, and you of course, will want many pretty new things for the so- cial functions attending them., In our recent purchases we have kept the school girlf'in mind and you will be agreeably surprised at the fashionable, newer creations in hats and dresses that we have to show you. A part of our personal service is our pride in showing our things to interested shoppers. Come in and see them. AT COPS STRAW HATS NECKWEAR 2 PIECE FLANNEL SUITS BOSTONLAN SHOES SHIRTS AND NECKWEAR Your Friends R. E. COX DRY GOODS COM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1925

PLAWBOYS SPLIT WITH DECATUR WHAT? Continued from page 1) ing Baker, Nix flies to center. Decatur: Lewis ia sent in for pinch hitter, out at first. .Jennings flies to second. Beverly out at first. Two-base hits: Baker, Abbott, Nix, Watson. Home runs: Abbott. Left on bases: Tarleton, U; De- catur, 5. Wild pitches: Sims. First on balls, off Browning', 3;';',Sims, 2. Total ba^es: Tarleton, 14; Decatur, 7, Struck-out, by Browning, 0; .Sims, 4. Earned runs: Tarleton, 3; Deeatiir, 1. Total: " Tarleton, 4; D. B. C.,.3. Second Game Detailed information -can not be given for second game. •Summary '— Batteries: Tarleton: Turney and Abbott. Decatur: Wat-, son and Sebastin. Three-bane hits: Jennings. Two-base bits: Baker, Watsons Left on bases; Tarleton, 7; Decatur, 3, thirst base on balls, off Turney, 4; olf Watson, I. Tptal bases: Tarleton, 7; Decatur, 7. First on er- rors: Tarleton, !!; Decatur, 0, Ktmek out, by Turney, 12; Watson, o. Earn- ed runs: Tarleton, 1; D. B. C.. I). j Final score; -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

VOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1925 NUMBER 29 THECROSS DRUGSTORE EAST SIDE SQUARE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE . THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS OFFICERS'CLUB ANNUAL CAMP . The Officers' Club camp was a greater success this year than ever. We are certain that this is owing to the fact that the sponsors went with us. Major Joe Kraemer and his detail left at 10:20 Saturday morning to prepare the camp, put up the kitchen, and pitch tents. Rider, Blackmon, Gilbert, and Brandt were in this de- tail. Under the leadership of "Sheik" Kraemer they did their work quickly and skillfully. (Girls, "Sheik" Krae- mer is § harfdy man arotuid-the place.) -Major Zollinger was range officer, and his detail consisted of the follow- ing men: Downing, S. A. Jones, and D. Williams. These men managed to work so' hard that they kept always a little ahqad, Captain Behrns was in charge of the scouting and patroling, assisted by such able men as Mon- crief,. Vickery, Witcher, Cox, Thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

VITAL STATISTICS After many* hours research work I have been able to furnish the follow- ing statistics concerning students in Tarleton. Perhaps, thse numbers are not exactly correct but they are very near it: Girl Statistics Number enroled, 350(?) Number who paint, S45. Number who say they do, 000. Number whose fellows say they da, 344. (That other fellow is cross-eyed.) Who wear shoes too small, 340. Number who say they are comfort- able, -340. Number who fib, 340. Who are good lookers, 100. Who believe they are, 1. Who talk about their friends, 348. "Who swear they don't, 348. '' Who loved bobbed hair, 300. Who wish they didn't in rainy wea-1 ther, 300. Whose fellows like bobbed hair,, 000. Whose fellows say they do, 250. Who have a fellow, 475. Who want one, 476. ; Who acknowledge it, 000. v Who get campused, 15. Number whose name appears in so- ciety column of town paper, 1. Boys' Statistics Number enrolled, 426 (1) Number always on time, 4. Who are never out after 7:30, 5. Who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

HEARD FROM THE ANNEX Who swiped my light bulb? Gdt up from there and help me clean up this room. I'd like to know who go £ my last cjean chambray. Get in the closet here comes the chaperon. Who's having a feast? i smell something cooking. Who has the bath tub next. I have 1 . Why, you took a bath last Sat- urday. Who ever borrowed my tooth brush please return it today, for tomorrow is my day to brush my teeth. None of these remark were is- sued from the Annex this week end. It was as silent as the grave for all the Antics went home or visiting a friend. juniors annex antics Though you have not heard the Annex news recently, the gang is. still here with the same old pep. ' Eugenia and Hesta spent the week end with Loraine at her home and they report g, good time and lots to eat. Effie May took as her guest this 'week end, Ollie Belle. She says Carlton is a mean (?) town. Everyone enjoyed the .holiday. Only a few girls were left in the dormitory. It makes us strive to work harder to k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

THE J-TAC Entered as second-class mail matter at the post off ice 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 .. Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Manager. ....Brady Nix JUNIOR EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief Harry McCain Associate Editor - t - ...Robert Suther Sports Editor - Webster Heilhecker Exchange Editor C. Neely Business Manager Herbert Fagan: Assistant Business Manager. : ...... ..Gordon Cady LITTLE THINGS Trifles are not to be despised. The nerve of a tooth, not so large as the point of the finest sewing needle, may run a strong man dis- tracted. A mosquito can make a huge elephant absolutely mad. Lit- tle change often fills tthe purse. Moments are the golden sands of time. Every day is a little life; and our whole life is but a day re- peated. Nails and pegs ...

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