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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1925

\ '' : ' :Kv> Jh PLOWBOYS "ON YE TARLETON" PLOWBOYS j n s-*f i • VOLUME V STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1925. NUMBER 33. 1 i: ^ THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE HARDIN'S DRUG STOP NORTH SIDE SQUARE THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS '25 PLOWBOYS ARE CHAMPIONS OF THE DIAMOND '25 LISTEN PLOWBOY AND' .W®dne3clay the final hymn will be sung. We will go forth to sew, to cultivate, to gather. What will the harvest be? THE student body did a most worthy thing when they voted to use the surplus J-Tac and Grassburr funds to purchase furniture for the Grassburr office, sweaters for T (lit- erary) awards, and gold baseballs for Tarleton's championship baseball team. It is this spirit, of sacrifice, loyalty, and reward that is malting Tarleton' known far and, wide as the greatest junior college in the United States. The senior clsis.3..of. Ip25. has con- tributed more' to the upbuilding of Tarleton, materially, traditionally and lastingly from every standpoint. We' point with pride ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1925

Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, i Texas, under act of Congress of March 3,1879. EDITORIAL STAFF .. Editor-in-Chief...^, i; Associate Editor- Assistant Editor.. Sports Editor- ...... Brents Harbison . Truman Threadgill William Daviij .Roy Bailey Exchange Editor..... Business Manager- Assistant Business Manager , Wayne Rider . Abbie Joe Downing .Brady Nix TRUE "The longer I live the more firmly I am convinced that any young man, I care not where he was born, who were his parents, or what his early environments, if he has a soilnd body, a good mind, a clear head, good judgment, and will cultivate integrity of character, honesty of purpose, energy, enthusiasm, and perseverance, and will not accept defeat, such a young man may select any business, any calling in life, any position in our system of government which he wishes to occupy, then if he will commence to climb up the ladder rung by rung which leads to the goal, there is no power in the unive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1925

WE THANK ; each and every student and every faculty member for -the business they have thrown our way. Hoping to have you back with us next term of school, PALACE MARKET Phone 12 North Side Square A FAREWELL RECEPTION We wish you much suc- cess and happiness. 1 HENRYCLARK FEED STORE Armstrong & White We thank you for your trade this year. Don't forget us when you return next school term. ARMSTRONG & WHITE We have enjoyed your business—> Come back to see us next year. Hudgens & Hickey I thank you for the business you have given me this year and I'm wishing you the bes.t of luck. COLLEGE TAILOR SHOP Roy Ward, Prop. . COLLEGE BARBER SHOP wishes you the best of — luck andr success. I THANK YOU FOR THE TJIADE GIVEN US THIS YEAj.t - O. A. SMITH Take a present to the homefolks from LIVINGSTON RACKET STORE Tarleton Students and Faculty We appreciate the busi- ness given us this year. MILLER'S VARIETY STORE On Friday night, May 22, from 10 to 11:30 Misses Effie Mae Tate and Ol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1925

HOME ECONOMICS DEPART- I MENT HOLDS OPEN HOUSE (Continued from page 1) every type of painting was evident in every size. The China painting was lovely, too. Boys, don't forget that you can take art from Miss Wylie too. Crossing the hall; one entered Miss Walker's basketry and home decora- tion room. This was where all those lovely baskets were- made. Baskets of all shapes, sizes and colors were everywhere. This,- confidentialy, we overheard Captain Harris say that he didn't know we had such a depart' ment in the college. : He thought the only places they made baskets were in prisons. So you see what a help , these exhibits are for us. Also, in this room were doll lamps, tied-and- dyed scarfs and negligees, floor pil- lows, curtains,, candlestick holders, and vases. Just as one was leaving thj room, Misses Clarie Braeurer and Lueile Roberts handed one a purple basket with a big white moline bow on the handle and filled with flowers, as a favor from the basketry depart- ment. In the F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1925

s VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER. 16, 1?25, NUMBER i LARGER FACULTY FOR TARLETON 1HISSCH00LYEAR The faculty for this year- has seve- ral new members, some who have been added extra to the stiff and some who are taking the places of those, who have gone. Let's meet them, and get acquainted early. The new faculty members are: H, N. Smith, Professor of Animal Husbandry. H. M. Brundrett, Professor of Hor- ticulture. . . Odus Stephen, Secretary to Agricul- ture department. , Oscar H. Frasier, Professor of Vq- ^iona^-Agriculture. Leslie Moore, Associate Professor -ryf •* ■'*" ^iV-*/ • John Oliver, Associate Professor' of gocik^eepiiig- sficf5 Banking. ■ Mrs. Frances pate. Barney,. Assocl- •ate Professor of Education. Earl Gough, 'Director of Voice. • Bernice McDonald', Associate. Pro- fessor of, Clothing; " C.-H. Hale, Associate Professor of Mathematics. E. L. Rankin, Associate Professor of Mechanical Drawing. Laura Fellman, Professor of Physi- cal Training for Women. William J. Mil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1925

WELCOME STUDENT? Phone 49 SERVICE DRUG STORE With a Service That Serv es MAKE OUR DRUG STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS phone 111 Entered as second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager.. EDITORIAL STAFF -■ - Wester Heilheeker William Davis FIGHT TO WIN Get in there and fight—get that old Tarleton spirit. Learn what Tarleton spirit is and then fight with all there is in you and try to be a true Tarletonite. Tarleton .spirit cannot be expressed in words,- only in feeling. It's great to stand and sing with hundreds of other ^students—On Ye Tarleton—and a funny feeling creeps up your spine, you don't know whether to shout or cry with joy—when you have that feeling you may know that you have some of the spirit. Tarleton gipirt can never die and it is up to the students of '25-'2G to make it more than it ha® ever been, and not-let it lag. 0;ld man, help the new students to learn what spirit is so th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1925

HARRIS. BROS. Staple and Fancy Groceries PHONE 287 AT PERRY BROS. PR. A. 0. CRAGWALL lies. Phone 299 Office 8 J. A. BAREKMAN Belknap Street Groceries? C6nfections, Fruits, Hamburgers and Lunches FIRST CLASS BARBER WORK SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK WE KNOW HOW McMahan & Holley's Half Block North Majestic Theatre Letters From Ex-Studes We All Know and Believe In Bellvue, Tex., July 3, J.925.—Dean J. Thomas Davie, dear Mr, Davis: Yoiir good letter of the 26th was re- ceived by me yesterday. I was not at ljome when it first arrived. I am glad to say that I have secured the place her^, in our high school which I de- sired, and for which you wrote me a recommendation. I shall be principal in our school and shall be glad to try to send some good students to Tarle- ton. From what I have been able to learn, the summer school at Tarleton has a large enrollment this year. Tar- leton has meant a great deal to me and shall always have my loyal sup- port. I shall always remember you "as one who is' s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1925

TUESDAY 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF GALVESTON STOftM; LOSS 30 MILLION AND 10,000 DEAD Tuesday was th(t twenty-fifth anni- versary of the Gulf hurricane which on Saturday, Sept. 8, 1900, cost 8,000 oi' more lives in the city of Galveston Island, 2,000 or- more additional on the adjacent mainland, and destroyed nearly half the residential district, do- ing property damage of about $30,000,- 000-, the whole "constituting the great- est storm disaster in the history of th.e United States. The anniversary recalled to Dxv Joseph L. Cline, Dallas weather observer, and others who were in Galveston, at the time vivid recollections of the cataclysm. Dr. Cline was then assistant to the gov- ernment meteorologist at Galveston. ; According to Dr. Cline, the water from the Gulf, driven by a wind which reached cyclonic force, was coming in- to the lower sections of Galveston early Saturday morning. The' storm reached its height at about „8 p. m,, when the water was about fourteen feet above mean 'high tid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1925

FIGHT! FIGHT! TARLETON FIGHT! \ j?™" au 11\ y.,« *r VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1925 NUMBER 2 JIM LOSES TO EASTLAND HI 6-3 Well I've been in offices, out of of- fices, to the dean, to the registrar, to Mr, Ferguson and to the dump. That constitutes the rounds. I'm glad to be back. It looks good to me to see the old gang back. How many new faces there are. Eight here I want to make a plea for the J-Tac. We've always had trouble getting enough to fill it. It's your paper and you should contribute your share. The editor is a student just like you and I and has his duties t'd attend to. He cannot write the whole paper, so you, fellows and co- eds "kick ink"-; with tbajjmteriaL'--Any- thing' is welcome, , Your daily life— your roommates';- jokes, any kind of news. , We're, fiends for it. Come on, bunch, let's put the J-Tac over. The time now approaches when "skirmisfy line" and "reveille oil" will be' in great demand. ' You "fish" had better get your hiking shoes halfsole'd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1925

WELCOME STUDENTS Phone 49 SERVICE DRUG STORE With a Service That Serves MAKE OUR DRUG STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS phwlem Entered m second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief, Business Manager- , Wester Heilhecker .William Davis THE TWELFTH MAN Gang how about that twelfth man that is going to play in all the football games this year. Every one that knows football, knows that eleven men constitute a team—also every one that knows college foot- ball, know® that there has to be a twelfth man, and gang that twelfth ttian is you! There never was, and there never will be a great team that does not have backing, and who is going to back the team? You are—or there, will be no great team in Tarleton, this year. Remember gang Tarleton had a great team last year, and1 they had real support—support and spirit that has never before been excelled in the history of Tarleton. ' But listen, where is that s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1925

THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE THE CROSS DRUG STORE BAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE AT PERRY BROS. i>R, A. O. CRAGWALL Res. Phone 299 Office 8 J. A. BAREKMAN Belknap Street j Groceries, Confections, Fruits, Hamburgers and Lunches FIRST CLASS BARBER WORK SIX DAYS IN THE WEEK WE KNOW HOW McMahan & Holley's Half Block North Majestic Theatre THE WAITER'S WAIL i * :' Well we are among you again but without the able assistance of Bill Man ton and "Sis" Agee, the "kings of gripes," The Waiters ben<ih consists of Ryan "Moco" Keller, John Smart, "Peanut" Har- bison, Baker, McClure, "Shiek" Moore and "Shotgun" Cannon. We shove the beans to the greedy stu- dents. Moco started the year off right by getting the S. A. Shiek and Peanut folowed suit and then trumped him by falling hard. John's S. A, is steady, Baker and McClure have social aspirations, Ryan don't know yet and Shotgun is absolutely immune. We ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1925

CEDAR'S CHATTER Back again to the little house in the Cedara. Everything is just as we left it and we are glad to be back. It has been a long hard summer and the old room looks pretty good to us: There arn't as many of us this year aig there were last year. Joyce has gone to A. & M. Dawkins is married—'Bailey is — who knows where? Speaking of Dawkins reminds me that every one I have'for a roommate gets maried the next year. I hope that is no ill omen for "Dusty"—looks awful thata' way though. The same bathroom scene: ■'Gimme that towel." "Get that razor out of my face." "Here! It's my turn to use the wash basin." "Where's that confounded soap." Good grief! There's the bugle" Slamm! Bang! And we're gone to breakfast. Well, I've struggled through this spasm, college algebra, trigonom- etry and junior English, maybe I'll , do it again next week. Any- -how Stagger Inn, Cedars bids you a fond farewell. TREES If you see the Dean shedding tears you may know that it is because a tree ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1925

SPIRIT!! YEA • TARLEON sr" Ay VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1925 NUMBER 3 Tarleton Opens With Clifton Saturday listen rums Are you going to back that good football team this year as you should. Of course you are! There will be very few among us who will show the white feather and not support the greatest football outfit Tarleton has ever had. To those few who will not, we say that you are' not needed here for, your atti- tude towards our team will be signi- ficant of your attitude towards our school. And above all things a Plowboy hates disloyalty. So to those who do not aim to do the right thing we suggest that you get down to business and give us what you have got put out. Gilmer Williams and Jack John- son are coming back. Hurrah. We saw Gilmer today and fellow it sure did look goad to. see- him.. Now whein Jack gets these - We'll b® ready -to. go-—firceath)*' demons, rea- dy to Hck Grubbs and the rest of the bunch. We wonder how Cowtown and At- lanta'; will cojne. but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1925

you can be^t clifi'of kex^r saturday playing foot; ball PHONE 11] "SERVICE DRUG STORE With Service That 'Serves phone 49 WHERE STUDENTS LIKE TO TRADE 5but you can't beat the ser- vice drug store for drug store shopping. WHERE THEY ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Entered as second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Wester Heilhecker Business .Manager. William Davis Wisdom is the principal tiling: Therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding. Proverbs 8:7. Two weeks ago the student body of Tarleton was -simply a mass of in- dividuals. Each one had' a motive for conning here. Since that time they have an added motive and state ot being. With fir3t pep meeting they transformed from seven hundred individuals to a single individual united Lo form the Twelfth Man. from now oil this Iwellth man will grow in character. Not only will he be present in iootball and all other sports but whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1925

THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE HARDIN S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE-PEOPLE THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE ' FOOTBALL PROSPECTS ARE GOOD THIS YEAR Four Letter Men And Nine Second Team Men Back From Last Yeat ' First Game Oct. 2 , i After C spending a week in train- ing camp at Lake Worth, the Hor- net football squad has returned and ■.the men are getting into shape' on the local field. Prospects look prom- ising for a state-contending team. Scrimmage was started last week, and Coaches Moore and Hughes ex- pect to have the men ready for bat- tle in case a practice game is sched- uled for ' the week end. Four letter men are back from last year's squad, around whom the Coaches ivill build their team. They are "Choc" Ellis tackle; Conse Green, end and center; Jim Hopkins, end; and H. Hamilton, fullback. This, will be the second year for these men. Several second team men are out together with an , abuis dance of old men and "Fish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1925

FAMILIAR SAYINGS AROUND THE SCHOOL MEWS- FROM SAUNDERS-HALL What class do you go to now? Is the delinquency list posted? Have you a permit to go? • Let's go over to Uncle Moody's. No, I sit upstairs. Has the mail come? Is there any for me? Joe, is the mail all up? Say I wasn't absent from class how do I get my demerits off? Did the 0. D. see you? Come on over to the Dump with me. ' :':V My explanation . got by, did yours? that. new boy's name? Did you ever know him before? Say, isn't that a cute dress? I'm glad we are in uniform any ■way. TRAGIC - Bride (at telephone) :— "Oh, John, do come home. I've mixed the plugs in some way. The radio is covered with frost, and the electric ice box is singing way out West in Kansas. ONE AT A TIME PLEASE Mr. Rankin had been looking over some Christmas cards for some time when finally the saleswoman sug- gested. "Here's a lovely little sen- timent: "To the Only Girl I Ever Loved." "That's fine," he said, brighten- ing/ "I'll take ten, no, fifteen ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 October 1925

Beat m 'k *>> .^fev iC" . ,w|_ _&; ■& VOL 6 STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 7, 1925 NUMBER 4 81—0 LISTEN PLOMf Did we win a football game? I'll tell the world. But listen—Don't get too confident that our good old team is going to find that easy sail- ing all the way.. Oh, no! I'm an old man here, happens to be my third year, and I want to tell you that the game scheduled for this Saturday will be an entirely differ- ent proposition. Saturday it will take every ounce of pep and fight that .this bunch has to put it over. But have we got a football team! Again I'll exclaim to the, inhabi- tants of this terrestial sphere that we have. And do- they fight, and does Jim fight. You tell e'm lion, I roar. We're back of you old team everyone of us. ' . _ While we were^jbj^'d" oui_ Sun- ;fiiy' night it Tblows up a norther. And on the way home us almost froze. That would make real foot- ball weather. Saturday was too hot a day to : play football' and the team suffered ■ considerable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 October 1925

AUTO RAZOR FREE WITH EVERY KNIFE PURCHASED PHONE 11] SERVICE DRUG STORE With Service That Serves PHONE 49 WHERE/STUDENTS LIKE TO TRADE PEP UP AND BEAT McMURRY NEXT FRIDAY Entered as second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879. v : EDITORIAL STAFF , ' Editor-in-Chief - Wester Heiihecker Business Manager... '... William Davis Associate Editor Neeley Talbott Sport Editor v ....Pat E. Hodge "Exchange Editor Dace Meyers Assistant Editor : :;... Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager Jim Bridges senior home notes Let no man deceive himself. If any man among you seemeth to be wise in this world, let hira become a fool, thai: he may become wise 1 Corinthians 4:18. SStudents this is your paper so help us make it a better one. u NT bought fulness When a young man or woman enters college, they are supposed to know how to act, and all of their actipns qre approved or disappro- ved by someone. Students did you know jhat everyone o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 October 1925

THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE 1 SERVING MORE PEOPLE BRING YOUR/ Commissions, Diplomas, Etc, to BAXLEY'S STUDIO 1 to be framed BAXLEY'S STUDIO nL SERVICE CARS With Lee Tires, Balloon Tires and Shock Absorbers WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVERS Day Phone 7 Night Phone 241 GRUNDY' FENNER QUICK SERVICE STUDENTS TRADE AT 0. A, SMITH .GROCERY ; Fancy grid Staple Groceries W. WILSON. , Watchmaker, Jeweler and Engraving AT PERRY BROS. HAVE YOUR WORK DONE Where Service Counts Your Satisfflctiaon Our Pleasure . STEPHEN VILLE SHAVING PARLOR J. R. Britton, Proprietor South Side Phone 54 DOIN'S OF THE DUMPLINS After the foot ball game Saturday a number of the Dumplings went homtt to tell the folks all about it, , Rudync, Lena, Jewell, Maynette and Beatrice went to Dublin. Sally and Sally Sue went to Granbury. Dixie and Mabeth spent the week end at Dixie's home in Morgan Mills. I hope they go h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 October 1925

TARLETON WINS EASILY FROM CLIFTON Continued from 1st page makes no return. McMurry goes in for Strickel. Second Quarter: Stomper Starr and Thornton go in for Vermillion and Fitzhuh. Houghton goes over left tackle for first down. Mackie makes first down. Fenner for Menzies, Luther Starr for Rogers. Heilhecker on delayed buck makes eight . yards. Houghton - makes first down and Mackie gains five more. Mackie goes oyer for touchdown. Marr kicks goal. Marr kicks off to, T. Rogstad who returns ten yards. Attempted buck- fails to , gain and play T, Rogstad kicks and in- try- ing to get Thompspii out of the play the ball touches Mackie and Clifton recovers. On' the next play Clifton attempts a pass, 0. Rog- stad to Nelson which is grounded. A line buck fails'. Strand goes in for Manning. Peterson lost two yards at end. Pass incomplete and Third Quarter: Tubby Taylor for Marr, Little Taylor for Mackie. Little Taylor .kicks to Thompson who fumbles and the Jball rolls out of bounds to "Clifto...

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