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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

t: TARLETON TRIMS CLIFTON (Continued from page 1) ing Nix ..but was caught off first. 2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error. Third inning: Clifton — Pederson struck out, Harris popped to Nix, Reesing struck out. No runs, no hitss no errors. , Tarleton—Browning singled, Harbi- son advancing Browning, Johnson bounced to Harris advancing Brown- iris and Harbison, Baker fouled to Reesing, Abbott struck out. No runs, 2 hits, no errors. Fourth inning: Clifton — R, Rag- stad, Rhodes and T. Ragstad struck out. Tarleton—Nix struck out, V. Fitz- hugh safe on Erickson's error, Ham- mond doubled scoring V, Fitzhugh, S. Fitzhugh safe on R. Ragstad's error advancing Hammond, Browning , struck out, Harbison singled scoring Hammond and S. Fitzhugh was out at home plate oji the play. 2 runs, 2 hits, 2 errors. Fifth inning: -• -Clifton — Erickson hit, Grimland struck out, Abbott cought ; Erickson stealing second, Strond bounced to Browning. No runs, one hit, no errors. Tarleton—Johnson was out at first . on a fast...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

JOKES Mrs. Chamberlin, (first day of svhool): "Are you chewing gum' Kathleen: "No,- ma'am, I'm . Kathleen Heirs." Weaver:" Bennett, which would you say, I am a fool or I are a fool?" - Bennett: "Why, I am a fool, of course." Weaver: "Well, well, I knew you were, but I didn't expect you to own up to it." Latest Song Hit: "Chemistry Blues." (The words aren't much, but oh, that air!) S. Payne: "Some day I expect to have the world at'my feet." Tull: "What have you been do- ing all this time, walking on; your hands?" , Doc- it." Brady Nix: "I wonder if tor Reed meant anything by Butler: . "Bywhat?" Nix: "He advertised a lecture on 'Fools' and when I bought a ticket it was marked, 'admit one.'" y Scandal He saw her on the drill field, 'Twa^ almost seven fifteen, The night was. slowly gathering, And the moon had begum to gleam He tiptoed nearer and nearer, She -sensed mapproaching harm, Then, in one wild leap, He gathered her in his arms. She gave one startled scream, He'grabbed'her by the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

DR. MUSSELMAN GIVESLECTURE .One of 'Texas' foremost men along educational lines lectured to a small audience in the college auditorium last Thursday night on the subject of education. Those who did not attend the lecture missed something worth- while. Dr. Musselman is in a position to know what he is talking about for he is not only a member of the board of trustees of Texas' State Teachers Colleges, but the owner and editor of the only independent school journal in Texas. -In addition Dr. Musselman has visited other states and studied their school systems. He says that the government of Texas has shown itself opposed to fur- nishing more funds for the develop- ment of our school system in that the legislature has tufned down several bills that would have supplied more funds, and that the governor vetoed several bills. This leaves Texas in a critical condition for the advancement of education. The teachers of Texas have an average salary of eight hun- dred and sixty dollars per year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1925

OFFICERS CLUB ANNUAL CAMP i (Continued from page 1) they had to pay for it by going bare- footed nearly all day Monday. * The /main body of the campers left the campus at 1:15 Saturday after- noon under the command' of Lieuten- ant Colonel Hammond acting as cap- tain of the company, which consisted of about a hundred men. Those packs! .Everyone carried one. "Tubby" Harris' was full, certainly, for it was dragging the ground behind him. When we stopped to rest at the rail- road crossing, Agee built a fire for warmth, as the temperature was only about 90 degrees Fahreinheit in the shade. The camp was pitched about a mile up the creek from the dairy barn. Here we put up "pup" tents, and a little farther up the creek we pitched the girls' camp for them. . Saturday night Sergeant Ferguson lectured on reconnoisance and combat patrols, after which we went out for a patrol. At the same time the girls had a lesson in compass reading. One of them found that there were prickly pears growing in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 April 1925

\~' - i $f£ VOLUME V , STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1925 L. NUMBER 30 THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE THEVi1 IRSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS utftifcS* mm mm^im Pil ^BlS, ieigiSP first time Tarleton mas to the students eir academic work in On la John T entertai district lege Or This dis ford Col Thorp ridian C rjctilt'ur of Wea of the Ullie V rieultur treasure1 at the Sjtanriaidfe jvas m In c meets ever Breckenridge honors, winning gecond and Eastland Stewart, from Brecke: th% individual star of the ning four first places and one place, He broke the State high jump record of six feet one by clearing the', bar six feet two at the lowest point. -The megt was^h<s)d at Hays athletic field and under-J. E. Burnett, man-, ager. Coach Wisdom had charge of the athletic events, • " Track Meet Results ■ 120-Yard High Hurdles-t -Flrst, Ste- wart, Breckenridge High, 16.6 seconds; second, Brookman, Strawn high; third Pippin, Cisco high; fourth, Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 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- Sports Editor.,,..... Exchange Editor. ..... Business Manager...... . Assistant Business Manager.. — Brents Harbison , Truman Threadgill William Davis Roy Bailey _ Wayne Rider Abbie Joe Downing Brady Nix SOPHOMORE STAFF Editori ..., W. C. Wilcox Associate Editor ..... : Max Menzies Sports Editor. ... Kenneth Foote Exchange Editor ... John Patton Business Manager. Mae Cantrell Assistant Business Manager.— Mone Marie Graves "Assistant Business Manager J. P. Kirkland A PROTEST Not from any personal grievance does this editorial arise, but from a feeling of respect for the institution and the student body. There is one general evil with which our school is afflicted,—not necessarily so very bad, but demoralizing and degrading in some aspects. Most places of higher learning indulge in several evils affl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 April 1925

TARLETON IS IN THE RACE, AND SHE IS GOING TO STAY We: are in the race for educational supremacy. Our northern brethren have had about a century the start of us, and they laugh and comment on the ignorance of our people. I have seen published in the magazines of the north accounts of plays and novels portraying our murder of the "King's English." The Southerners have our provincialisms; so has every section its peculiar provincialisms. I have heard Bostonians say: "You hadn't ought to do it.". This is no sweeter to the ear than the Southerner's ex- pression; "I've done done it." This sounds as funny to us as -when an il- literate man from a Southern district planks down a broad "Which?" when he fails to catch a question propound- ed to him. Many people right in the shadow of Harvard University say "to hum," which, being translated, means "at home.";. I might name a long string of "such,' but I "hain't" got time. The North has about one hundred, years' the start on us, but they had be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 April 1925

TARLETON ENTERTAINS ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION IN DISTRICT MEETING (Continued from page 1) John Tarleton Colege having won the district contest in boys' orations is entitled to, and will, entertain the State meet which will be held in the auditorium Friday, May 8. Only first place winners in their respective dis- tricts are permitted to enter this con- test. Tarleton has been very fortun- ate in her district. In four years she Refresh, Yourself at the Majestic Sandwich Shop iWe Please Everyone has represented the boys' division each year, and last year Miss Mary Nell Rea of Tarleton represented the girls of the district, winning the State medal at Lou Morris College, Only district two has as yet sent no notifications of its winners. North Texas Agricultural College and Wes- ley College will represent district 1 From district 4 will come representa- tives of Wayland and Clarendon Col- lege. With such a number of con- testants a very enthusiastic meet in the State contest is expected this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

"\ T p > THE . i?B- ,*P. Blue Ghamb Y^ry^r t *J K ^ S r rjWSr *V f ^ jy •+ t & .V7 *>V ^ W. '#s#f \*mi4 M isf||'||l imkdm i * km <f W i\ < w*fww«w<« w-frw 1 ■• <, >* <"1 fri 41 *'')$&$ ;;;. ■ STEPHENVIEEE, -TEXAS,WEBNESDA Y, MAY 6, 392$ 4 < 31 Ivyo gi t)ic haide b game <jj! ,the , ^aso^.wei'e'.played1 ^ rh,ur;diiy and Friday with, Decatur. It, is- jwjftfFlhe fiarSly siippPri; of 'tfie student Wv^$$. "**> $)|®d tlS.ee in ucCeSgiftqS^'^f'^^i l||^;,jerked, nnd iej laoe^^i^r^O^riU-' managed' f;ajj>i|e;;.^%ve: |||Sf^pi this irimngr. Th^j^^.ftftg: game \\m one' of the mubfc thrilling iffy e; wjtijessedr'by^.any- groups of 'sp.ec.- 'tAtojS. * N (ln a downpour of ram DecaUu i|wouJ(J not allow the .game to b< cilled, j ;Sjgj8«<$;l it, f.acIfetRW'. | M^Vt00 lm ;te-CsUtlj Plowbovs Although Winter . reigns .supreme ever the.;earth:fpr a while, apd hovers /overthe ^leping"flower buds In white/ jiaaaaesi./Time in.lWs-imaJest^;,Bp'9j}''fld-:' f^s^e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

Page 2 THE BLUE CHAM BRAY "HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR ROOM MATE" Giving this in the form of a re- cipe I would say first, choose the best material and insure against failure. Next, work quickly and thoroughly; season to suit your- self; britig to the boiling point: (test frequently) let simmer down and set aside to cool. The cooling process is often lengthy but well worth the waiting. Results are surprising;—one way or the other. Room mates may be divided into two classes—good and bad. She either suits or does not suit. If she is very affectionate with car- esses and superlatives try being a snob until she cools down a bit. But if you are the snob don't be surprised to have your feelings squelched. Perhaps she studies constantly. Then giggle and talk until ■ she surrenders in despair. If she giggles and talks and you are studious, secretly suggest through the crack in the dloor, that she continue her monologue to the more appreciative walls. A "stin- gy" girl might be broken by mak- ing a....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

THE BLUE CHAM BR AY Page 3 MISS DUMPS TO MISS ANNEX ... Hello! is this Miss Annex? This is Miss Dumps speaking—what did you d£> last week? "0, lots happened. The Horsemen went 011 a swimming party Monday night and took Evelyn Floyd, Evelyn Wisdom and Eugenia West." Yes, I remember, Lucia, Mabel and Francis went. They said the water was fine—also the eats. "Bid you hear about the party the Le Sans Souci pulled Friday night? No? 0, yes. You see Margaret's sis- ter, Charlotte, and Louise Driseoll eame over from Hico that night so Cecil and Evelyn entertained. They served ice tea, sandwiches, potato chips, olives, and ice cream. Gossip was the amusement for the evening. Are you going to Mineral Wells? Ardis and Mary Nell left Sunday— They are gonig to present the new "Texas" song that a man in Strawn composed—they are going to stay till Thursday." "I think the Dumps will be well represented—Francis and Helen left today and so did Maysia Dee and Florence—I think more are going later."...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

Page 4 THE BLUE CHAM BRAY The Blue Chambray 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... Abbie Joe Downing Assistant Business Manager .Brady Nix BLUE CHAMBRAY STAFF Sara Lee Hudson Editor Louise Matheny Associate Editor Sara Jarrett Athletic Editor Loraine Yarbrough Circulation Manager Clairie Braeuer , Business Manager Margaret Mingus Associate Business Manager LOYALTY—AS A GIRL SEES IT Practically every speaker from our auditorium has told us of the line spirit of loyalty and congenial atmosphere around our school. Dean Davis frankly admitted that hearing "On Ye Tarleton" made "spmething crawl up his spine," and score after score of students, ex- students, and faculty members will say: "I'm loyal to Tarleton." L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

THE BLUE CHAM BRAY Page 5 Armstrong & White Tailors, Dry Cleaners Most Modern Equipped Plant in West Texas ONE DAY SERVICE Have Your Work Done WHERE SER VICE COUNTS Your Satisfaction our Pleasure Stephenville Shaving Parlor J, R. Britto:i, Proprietor South Side Phone 54 See BRAMLETT & CHAMBERS for SANITARY GROCERIES AT PERRY BI.OS. Dr. A. O. Cragrwall lies. Phone 299. Office S TOWN TALES For some unknown reason, the town girls are being turned in for "being out after hours" when they have their mothers with them. Will the guilty officers please report to Alice, Howell for punishment? Mary Ellen's mother declares that she is different from any oth- er girl in the world. "If you were to fall in the creek I do believe you would float up stream, Mary Ellen," she declares. Mary Dean has a hankering af- ter the cemetery, I mean Graves! and Winnie loves the streets, the Rhodes! Excuse my mistakes and Lucile Grey enjoys the circus. "Red" Campbells are her favorite animals. Marjorie ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

Page 6 THE BLUE C II A MB RAY RUTH HARVEY CROWNED QUEEN OP MAY; AFFAIR DRAWS LARGE CROWD Continued from Page One phone is crowned Queen of May by Lord Tarleton. All the flowers rejoice over the lovely maidens' return, assembled be- for her in the form of a wheel and dance as a symbol of Rotary. Still others braid the Maypole. The May- pole dancers are interructed by the Fairy of Happiness, who beckons the lovely queen and her attendants to follow her. The May Fete was given Saturday afternoon to scores of townspeople and to a large number of out-of-town visitors. Miss Ruth Harvey of De Leon( sponsor to the second platoon in "A" Company and a senior in Tar- leton, was crowned Queen of May. She •was attended by Misses Winnie Bur- nett, Alma Hodge, Mae Cantrell, Quida Valliant, Roberta Moore, Eve- lyn Floyd, Carroll Cox, Ollie Sue Lamar, and Louise Sansing. Misses Dolly Stephens and Nettie Garrett were pages and Betty Lou Harris, erownbearer. Clairie Braeuer as Lord Tarleton, served al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

T H E B L U E C 11 A M BRAY •Page 7 Large Shipment of Mother's Day Candy SERVICE DRUG STORE There is a reason for your having your barber work done at McMahan & Holley's Half Block North Majestic Theatre DR. C. L. CROMWELL Dentist Office over Latham's Tailor Shop Office hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 CAMPUS CHAT The recently purchased settees, painted so beautifully and in such harmonizing- colors to nature's own background afford an excellent place for the over worked students to sit and divert their attentions. Mr. George is perplexed, however, since he cannot see all the occupants of the settees at the same time. Cheer up, Mr. George, they all experience prac- tically the same thing'. Curiosity naturally leads one astray and since from the time of Adam and live girls have been accused of an ex- cessive amount of curiosity. We just want to know why it is that the boys founce forth from the doors of the gymnasium each Tuesday morning at chapel period in such exuberant spirits ? MAJES...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1925

>:h Page 8 TIIE BLUE C H A MB R /I Y RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT OF CO. D, CADET CORPS ■ '''*** .' I.'' 1 Members of Company D of the John \ Tarleton Agricultural College Cadet Corps met this, the 27th day of April, 1025, E^nd drew up the following reso- lutionsin commemoration of our be- > lpved comrade Jeffrey Vaden, . Resolved:' Members of Company D . express their profound sorrow of the death 6t" Jeffrey Vaden. Resolved: That a further mark of respect to the memory of the deceas- : ed, Company' D is taking this means to pay proper tribute to his high character, loyalty to the college and the Company of which he was a part. - Resolved: That we firmly believe that this was the beginning of a higher and nobler existence, that the : earthly-activities of our friend were the prelude to a life of greater beauty grander aspirations and nobler achievements. •Resolved: That a! cdpy of these ■'. resolutions be sent to his, parents. '"Resolved: That a copy of these resolutions be placed o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1925

fey * Mm r V. ^■ *— ?iikww 11'#^ v I(i wwniifS / A BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MEANS TEAT YOU, TOO, MUST FIGHT! ",w; <' •*'' 111 V \fv'f ... - VOLUME V STEFHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1925. NUMBER 32. THE CROSS DRUG STORE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE THE VARSITY SHOP EAST SIDE SQUARE NORTH SIDE SQUARE NEAR CAMPUS BASEBALL TEAM CINCHES THE DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP LISTEN PLOWBOY BEFORE long the final hymn will be sung and John's army will go forth —some never to return—others to be gone for a few short months. A NEW crop of seniors—what will the harvest be? Nobody knows the potential worth of our senior class, but it's a safe bet, that this year's crop is far from a failure. SENIORS have received their, in- vitations and mefore the week is over many a pocketbook will get a mild jolt. Anyway we are worth it. RAINFALL has... been"-universally -heavy this spring as a result the-cam- pus is in great shape, so green and beautiful and especially„late of even- ing it seems to be literally dotted w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1925

Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under act of Congress of March 3,1879. Editor-in-Chief.. EDITORIAL STAFF Associate Editor— Assistant Editor Sports Editor- Exchange Editor...,. .... u. Business Manager....™. Assistant Business Manager.. Brents Harbison . Truman Threadgill .William Davis .Roy Bailey Wayne Rider . Abbie Joe Downing .Brady Nix THE WAY OF MAN Somehow or other you come to Tarleton as a freshman and enter this institution because you were seeking knowledge. Maybe you wanted to be an engineer, agriculturist on a poultryman, During your freshman year, you studied long and diligently, made good grades, and! made a trip home every other week end to cure the "Homesickness blues. The second year rolled around and as a sophomore you found! out that there was such a thing as "getting by" and you tried it. You Was appointed lance corporal in your squad, because you were ex- ceedingly military. The girls noticed that you were becoming mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1925

"TO AN OLD FLAME" You say that I've forgotten, That I no longer care? That I am strangely distant And smile at your despair? You gay our old. affection No longer leaves a scar? Then, lady, let me tell you Hdw extremely right you are, —Exchange. HEARTBREAKING I woke to look upon & face, Silent, white and cold. Oh friend, the agony I felt Cari never half be told. We'd lived together but a year, Too soon, it seemed, to see Those gentle hands outstretched and still, . That toiled so hard for me. My waking thoughts had been of one Who-now to Sleep had dropped; "iVas hard to realize oh friend, My Iiigersoll had stopped. FRESH GROCERIES DAILY WE STRIVE TO PLEASE 0. A, SMITH Large Assortment of Graduation Presents —tit—1 SERVICE DRUG STORE Something Fresh Every Day Get it where they keep it fresh with ice HEADQUARTERS FOR PICNIC : NECESSITIES-. ' Palace Market Phone 12 North Side Square Get that Good Feed at Henry Clark's Feed Store The Prices are Right SPECIAL PRICES ON LADIES SILK HOS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1925

Commenting on the growing practice _ of using musical termi- nology to describe many • things and particularly the spring styles in costumes in the Paris shops, London "Punch" gave the follow- ing account of an important social event: "The Hon. Mrs. Saxe-Horn wore a fascinating draped overture in green satin beaute. Opening with a legato movement" acro.ss the shoulder^ that was at once taken up by the strings of the hat, it de- veloped in a few bars into the swinging melody of the • corsage itself, which in turn was arrested by a striking contrapuntal passage, of yellow and. white to emphasize the waist-line. The brilliant scor- ing on the corsage was repeated again at the top of the skirt and treated with the same richness of color only to be caught'up after a few phrases by a semi-quaver al- legro movement of diamante roses. The motif reappeared in a line of shrill yellow piping. "Lady Cecelia Sackbut struck a somewhat severe note in a dark grey silk 'fugue in B Minor, while the C...

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