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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 November 1925

V-/. i ill I :: FIGHT .FOR SAM! | aot W'H FlnHW '■ ' Igf jjffl MSgl'- | r IM ' 4JRJV ' ■■ - ^ " j;■ XPgiHHHm4-"■ " ffjuj' . - VOL 6 STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 26, 1925.. NUMBER 11. Plowboys Battle Cubs To 7-7 Tie *■ * «■ ■* Special Train To Hornets Here A special train has been chartered to bring the entire student body of N. Ti A. C, and some five hundred fans and faculty to Stephenville Thursday, the train will, arrive Plowboys journeyed to Arlington band and entire student body. Tar- leton will show the N. T. A. C. stu- dents wha: sports we arc and we 'vail also meet their train. While those two foot bad teams are . on the gridiron, we are enemies but just as soon as that last whistle blows, we are friends, so don't [for- get that. ; / ^Interpretation or an i , , ideal chapel address It' gives us an unfathomable and - lasting joy to have the privilege of ing joy to have the privilege of looking into your , bright sunshiny faces and telling you to BEAT GRUBBS. ; - In the -.few...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 November 1925

largeshipment HOLIDAY GOODS ? PHONE 11] SERVICE DRW STORE With Service That Serves "'■"'■'-'t, PH6NE 49 ■ WHERE STUDENTS LIKE TO TRADE PEP UP AND BEAT . :-v GRUBBS Entered the ipoatoffice in .Stephenville, ■J Texas, uhfl^r /tW Af/f* of Congress of March 3 1879. ra- ' • ■" KdlTOKIAL STAFF " ^itofrin-Chief..,......, We3ter Heilhecker f -Business -Manager : William Davis Associate Editor Nealy Talbott Sport Editor.:. :Pat E, Hodge . Exchange Editor l.Dace Myers "Assistaint Editor t * : Waldo Wilcox "Assistant Business: Manager Jim Bridges FOR WHEN THE ONE GREAT SCORKKR COMES TO WRITE AGAINST YOUR NAME, HE WRITES NOT WHETHER YOU WON OR LOST, BUT HOW YOU PLAYED THE GAME. Students, you certainly deserve commendation for the pep shown last Thursday. That is what it takes to make a real football team successful Co-operation linked with, real material should result in success in any line of work. In some instance the undeserving may put their side oyer arid tie with the co-operative body but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 November 1925

feARGB SHIPMENT HOLIDAY (500DS PHONE 111 SERVICE DRUG^ STORE With Service That Serves WHERE STUDENTS LIKE TO TRADE PEP UP AND BEAT GRUBBS j Entered i^!v'^^ikj^)a^^^^:fiEttalter'Yat the ipostoffice in .Stephenville, (Texas, un^r fthe Act1 of Cpngre38 of March 3 1879. Editpr:ih*Chief... EDITORIAL STAFF : Wester Heilhecker /';Businesa: Manager William Davis Associate Editor Nealy Talbott Sport Editor.: :... Pat E. Hodg' . Exchange Editor I i-.Dace Myers "Assistant Editor , : Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business? Manager Jim Bridges ■ ANNEX ANTICS FOR WHEN THE ONE GREAT SCOREER COMES TO WRITE AGAINST YOUR NAME, HE WRITES NOT WHETHER YOU WON OR LOST, BUT HOW YOU PLAYED THE GAME, Students, you certainly deserve commendation for the pep shown last Thursday. That, is ,what it takes to make a real football team successful Co-operation linked with real material should result in success in any line of work. In some instance the undeserving may put their side over and tie with the co-operative body ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 November 1925

7 plowboys tie cubs (Continued from first page) ed around end, the gun was - fired. Most of the players, think ing the game over, started leaving the field, and had it not been f<jr Patton, fleet half back from It£j- ca, the ganle would have been losi Patton ran Sims down and lack led him from behind on the 2( •yard line. Sims fumbled the ball anc^ little Taylor, who was playing heads up, picked up the fumble and star- ted for a touchdown, only to be tackled by a Cub. And to these two players goes the credit for the game being tie. Had it not been for them the game would have ended in a to 14 wiW for the Cubs. First Quarter Taylor kicks off to MaYr oh 10 yard line. Marr returned to 30 yard line. Houghton makes 2 yards. Wil- liams fumbles but recovers for a 1 yard gain. A1 Jennirig-kicks out of bounds on' Baylor's -38 yard line. Bennett makes 3 yards. On a tackle around play Taylor makes 1 yard. Cloud punts to Marr on TarletonV 25 yard line who fum- bles and Charlie Taylor recover...

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

r J On To State CnampiQnship! VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER; 3, 1925. NUMBER ii. * ■if vr * 45- * ■* •st H o m e C o m i ii g bl T a r let o h E x e s LISTEN PLOWBOY Tarleton 44, Grubbs 6. Hooray! Hooray! How does that look to you, fellows? Wouldn't that cook you now? Are we in favor of that kind of a score? Well, I should guess—yes.- And so they went home in defeat and they all lived, happily ever af- ter. That, fellow students, is the conclusion of a story that was told Thursday afternoon on Hayes1 Field* A story that had 50 direct results, 44 pleasing, and 6 not so 'good! Twenty-two men told the story and five thousand listened. . Aha! .Revenge^ is.' , swee^ . Give ^ me the ghe-eajd or"'X witrteair-r-r ■up the papers and dr-rrink. But jok- ing aside, it does make us old fel- lows feel good to slip the "breech- es" on Grubbs. , Plowboys, that was -a wonderful game you played Thursday! It was marvelous. We've never enjoyed fiaif so much. But we are sorry that you all were hur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 December 1925

LARGE SHIPMENT HOLIDAY GOODS PHONE 11] SERVICE DRUG STORE With Service That Serves PHONE 49 WHERE STUDENTS LIKE TO TRADE PEP UP AND BEAT BURLESON Entered, as second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor dn-Chief ...I,.. Wester Heilhecker Business Manager William Davis Associate Editor Nealy Talbott Sport Editor , * Pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor ; ] Dace Myers Assistant Editor : Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager ...Jim Bridges AS WE SEE IT Tarleton students who did not see the Grubbs game, are you satisfied now ? That game was the one- and the only big event of the year, and yet some of our students thought more of a day at home or of another football game than they did of our game. It is true that Thanksgiving Day at home means much to you, but it was the only day that we- sisked you to stay here. You could have gone home on another holiday, and given us Thanksgiving for that football game. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 December 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 AT PERRY BROS. - DR. A, O. CRAG WALL Res. Phone 299 ' Office 8 HUDGENS & HICKEYS Groceries and Feed We Give Green Stamps With All Purchases PHONE 16 W. F. WILSON Watchmaker," Jeweler and Engraving AT PERRY BROS. I APPRECIATE THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY BUSINESS College Tailor Shop ROY WARD, Prop. Our Motto: "Satisfactory Service and everybody welcome Irvin Davis, L. 0. Goodman and Je3S Chandler WEST SIDE SQUARE LADIES HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALITY DAVIS BARBER SHOP HAVE YOUR WORK DONE Where Service Counts Your Satisfactiaon, Our .Pleasure STEPHENVILLE SHAVING PARLOR J. R. Britton, Proprietor South Side • Phone 54 AFTER THE GAME SEE COLLEGE BARBER SHOP FOR FIRST CLASS BARBER WORK ALLEN MEAT MARKET OUR MOTTO: "CLEANLINESS" Nowhere on earth does Cleanliness count more than in a market. Realizing this we maintain a perfectl...

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

CANDLES BURN FOR RETURN OF TARLETON EXES. , (Continued from first page) was elected secretary. No other of- ficers were elected. The work of completing the organization was left entirely in the hands of Mr. Butler and Miss McKinnon. The member- ship fee will; be $5.00 per year which will give each member the Among thos present were the following J-Tac, and will supply en^gh funds to pay a permanent secretary. In th'is way the Association will func- tion, at all times, and will not die from year to year. Just at this stage the meeting broke up rather suddenly, due to the fact that it was time for that Turkey dinner at the dormitory. But we were all determined that no other year should go by without at least one homecoming. NAME. Neal Gearreald Otho Bell Mrs. Otho Bell' (Pansy Kay Nell Doggett James D. Carter Gayle Russell Leonard Bennett Odessa Little Dessie Evans Jess J. Shaw Albert Tate Mre Albert Tate (Louise Sansing) "C, A. Wilkiijs Mrs. C". A. Wilkins (Lucile Gray) Orton, J. D. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1925

Jk "A*** c3 J4//'; VOL 6 ' STEPBElijfJLfiE','iT^^^,; ^ET^^IBER 10,i 1925 NUMBER 12 . i\. V \ - I ■ i. * tv.-v Plowboys To Play Winner Of Burleson-* Westminster Game LISTEN PLOW BOY Yea, verily, listen and ye shall hear nothing". For Id, I say unto you that 1 am dumb even Unto writelessness! The slave is deficient, has - run out,' gone. But soon, in the days to: be, we shall - :enter into conflict with Bur- leson or Westminster. We shall lay numbers of them prone upon ^tlie Scienfe of battle. 'Their num- ber shall- be diminished and we shall emerge from . the encoun- ter unscathed, undefegjtgd and win- ners ... pif'::fc|" Jitate ^ Ch^sgionsljip, By Gum! ' ;■ ' ' jOne .'of:ihese day's' we shall "be Sate .Champions, in basketball, foot-) " ball, baseball, and have the b^t band in the-state. ~ ' > . Yea, • Plawbttys, ' ''we>- will fight until ,.the cows come home," and we shall v. in, Come on', gang,' get-back in the harness and" put, out sorneyrof that pep that, we. had at the: G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1925

GOLD FISH PHONE 113 SERVICE DRUG STORE ;XMASrGOOD^;,. Special Prices to Students PHONE 49 SANTAS HEADQUARTERS Entered as second class mail matter at the (>c>3toffice in Stephenville, - Texas, under the Aet of Congress of March 3 1879. ' . /'" Editor-in-Chief ^ Wester Heilhecker • I Easiness Manager, William Davis Associate Editor Nealy Talbott Sport Editor Pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor.. Assistant EtiUtor : ... Waldo1 Wilcox Aa^stant Business Manager Jim Bridges The time is here when our spirit and fight is lively to die. The Plowboys have not played a game since Thanksgiving, and since we played Grubbs some of us think that we are in Football Heaven and that we should quit. Tlje/.Christmas.holidays will begin soon and some of us have forgotten football and have turned our thoughts to planning for a good time during the oncoming holiday season. - 'i - ' ■-/- . . This is exactly why we lost the Championship last year We thought we had the best football team in the State and that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1925

THE VARSITY SHOP • NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE CROSS DRUG STORE and HARDIN'S DRUG STORE &IFTS Priced to reach every purse. We have the newest and ( most complete assortment' for Students. THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE AT PERRY BROS, DR. A. O.CRAGWALL ftes. Phone 299 " Office 8 HUDGENS & HICKEYS Groceries and Feed We Give Green Stamps With All Purchases PHONE 16 Office Phone Re3. Phone 423-2 Rings 423-3 Ring3 JDR J. S. NUTT DENTIST X Ray Pictures of all kinds taken Office over Smith & Ferguson v; ,V '.Stephenville, Texas Our Motto: "Satisfactory; Service and everybody welcome Irvin Davis, L. 0. Goodman and Jes3 Chandler WEST SIDE SQUARE LADIES HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALITY DAVIS BARBER SHOP I APPRECIATE THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY BUSINESS College Tailor HOY WARD, Prop. HAVE YOUR WORK DONE Where Service Counts Your Satisfactiaon Our Pleasure STEPHENVILLE SHAVING PARLOR J, R. Britton, Proprietor South Side Phone 54 AFTER THE GAME SEE COLLEGE BARBER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 December 1925

■ :i FRESHMAN ELECT CLASS OFFICERS It was a pretty hard job to get the "Fish" together long enough to elect class officers, but, on the mora- ine; of December, the third nineteen , hundred twenty-five they overcame their einbarassment long enough, to • elect the following: Howard Phiter, President, L. C. Gale, Vice President, Lois Ainos, Secretary-Treasurer, Ronell J. Gol- den ; J -Tap reporter. . ; The- second arid - most important part, the appointment of .an inter- tainment committee. They ' are as follows: "Rosy" . McDougal, Miss Noles, Lamonte Beason, Frank , Ma- . han,, IVIiss Amos, Percy Xrelor. Class was dismissed until next meet- ing . clay, December 9, 1925. . PLOWED CLODS Among the spectators at the bit- terest Tarleton.Grubbs game ever played on Hayes field was A1 Jen- nings brother from Dallas, and his . two younger sisters, Misses Evelyn and Julia of Baylor College, . Bel- . toil; Captain AI played his last game ..for Tarleton with a brilliancy that will not soon be fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 December 1925

fce ^^ 9mA' ■ -J %' i j MERRY CHRISTMAS j KM ' t SU WfW fmf 1f ml jivM ■•wJBJbIf -h BHff ";" VOL 6 : ■ Stephen villt;-texas, December 17, 1925. ■NUMBER 14 4 'U m d{L>t £&■ '..^wISP® ^lip A-1" 1 t *.* ^ t <*& UkjiA+l. s f^j^$£tSS ■Mm • .■•&!* !J !$&a ' tS •* £ 'JS&fst •.'•, " , \ ^fwspffJ *•. tfSS (s^ Caption Leslie -0i^Jennings The nervy Captain, of the Plow- boys^ herb 6f> the decisive ;game." Buthe wants it'known that1 every man on the team helped win State Championship honors for Tai- letoii. Tarleton Comes Back In Third Quarter to Overcome Twelve Point Lead Captain Leslie (Al) Jennings, playing his last game for John Tarleton, led the Plowboys to State Cham- pionship Tuesday afternoon on Hayes Field;It was Jennings who brought the team to life in the third per- iod of the game, and thrilled some 1000 or more foot* Ja^lkipii^ with-his.. £i§&£toji£ line plurupag, ^,-Iiu^to. three weeks' rest, the team faifetl to Work'as the machine it really is unt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 December 1925

GOLD FISH PHONE 11] SERVICE DRUG STORE XM AS GOODS Special Prices to Students PHONE 49 ■ SANTAS HEADQUARTERS Entered as second class mail matter at the poatoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ^ ~ - Wester Heilhecker Business Manager ------ William Davis Associate Editor - Nealy Talbott Sport Editor...„.; Pat E- HodSe Exchange Editor - ®ace Myers Assistant Editor... : ..........Waldo ^i,cox Assistant Business Manager - Jim Bridges GREETING FROM THE STAFF In the last issue of the J-Tac we asked everyone to forget about the Christmas holidays and to think only about foot- balK It seems that we thought enough about it that now we are State Champions. The Christmas-Holidays were a sure, thing, but the State Championship was only a thing to be hoped for, and now that we have it, there is not a dark cloud anywhere to mar the'holidays. ' Jhis year has been TarletonVmost successful year, stu- tents have made better grades in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 December 1925

THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE CROSS DRUG STORE and HARDIN'S DRUG STORE ,GIFTS Priced to reach every purse. We have the newest and most complete assortment for Students. THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE Students BUY YOUR GROCERIES AT W. F. Henson Staple and Fancy Groceries AT PERRY BROS. DR. A. O, CRAGWALL Hea. Phone 299 Office 8 <0ff!ce Phone Res. Phone 423-2 Rings 423-3 Rings DR J. S, NUTT DENTIST X Ray Pictures of all kinds taken Office over Smith & Ferguson , Stephenville, Texas Our Motto: "Satisfactory Service and everybody welcome Irvin Davis, L. 0. Goodman and Jess Chandler WEST SIDE SQUARE LADIES HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALITY DAVIS BARBER SHOP I APPRECIATE THE STUDENTS .AND FACULTY BUSINESS College Tailor Shop ROY WARD, Prop. HAVE YOUR WORK DONE Where Service. Counts ^ Your Satisfactiaon Our Pleasure STEPHENVILLE SHAVING PARLOR J. R. Britton, Proprietor South Side . Phone 54 AFTER THE GAME ■ SEE ' : . COLLEGE BARBER SHOP FOR FIRS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 December 1925

PLOW BOYS CHAMPIONS (Continued from first page) tliis being the last down. Cross failed to gain. Jennings tackles Cross for a 10 yard loss. Cody ~ i l made 2 yards. Lee missed the ball And at the end ol: ■ ,1, i; .u „„,i t„,. in many moons. Ana ar me ena ui: Qn an atlemptea drop kick and Tar. those ten minutes Jennings^ had letQn recovered the ball on the 25 brought his teamfropi the depths, yard ' liie. Taylor hit tackle for of defeat to the heights of State o yards. Roberts gained X yard. Championship. 'Roberts punted to Turner on 30 ,^ed Grange i^ay be good but he d line He returned i0 yards. . couldn't',ey?n: have cairifed water_Crabtree ^ for j. Cody. yesterday. Much credit js due 1 e,Burleson penalized 5 yards for de- line, of. course, for .they made t e.~i • tlle game. Lee punted to holes for A1 to go through but 1|;jMaxr on T,n' ~~ "" was AI who kept on going after 12 yard line. The ball goes oyer' pleted and Head punted to Taylor on Tarleton 40 yard line. Returned 10 yards ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1926

1 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS BASKETBALL?? Av -W VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE; TEXAS, JANUARY 7, 1926, NUMBER 15 NINETEEN i / ■ v It .. " ' LISTEN PLOWS Here we are again, all back in school, and, e suppose, all rested and refreshed after our vacation. Though personally we are, if pos- sible just a little more dumb than V'hen we left. And perhaps more faggtd out, for we had a rather strenuous vacation. Mebbe ^ so, though, we will get over it in time and back in our regular routine. ' : .: . . Speaking of wopk—what are You going to do? Are you going to loaf ■ uway -Vvecks-,- "throw up the sponge," so - Iff ;^peik of -are you going -tp work, 4ttst a little hsiMer uaiid 'make up %ose possible-' D's? 'Mrtybe; just ■ ^ little more energy arid, '-^jjiliifiitiop* will put you on the passing side Let's all settle . down . and work, like we never have before; " J' .'The basketball season opens soon aiid, fellows, we want to back the •4\jour.t squad" just as well as we <lj<} the eleven. You had wonderful ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1926

SERVICE DRUG STORE Special Prices to Students PHONE 49 '"Entered as ; cMs ' mt(U 'IraSSr at the jjiogtoifice in Stephenville, Texas, '_!iin^|^lne iSij't of Cdiigreas of March 3 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief...., Wester Heilhecker Business Manager William Davis Associate Editor.. ....iNealy TSilhott Sport Editor J ;pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor .Dace Myers Assistant Editor f Waldb Wilcox Assistant Business Manager , „..Jim Bridges' Well, we are all back again and I hope that every student in Tarleton! had a Merry Christmas, but the holidays hav'e passed and now We will1; have to buckle down, agath to our studies. It will not be long until the! iirst semester texaminatioiis will commence and there are very few of us that will be prepared as we should be. Our grades, up to the pres- ent, may average a little over Jtfie .mark, or they may be a little below. If /they are above, let U8 try and keep them there, but if they are below. a few hours of Study will put us in a position to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1926

THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE CROSS DRUG STORE and HARDIN'S DRUG STORE tGIFTS Priced to reach every purse. We have the newest and most complete assortment for Students. THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE Students buy your GROCERIES AT . F. Henson Staple and Fancy Groceries At PERRY BROS.. DR. A. O. CRAGWALL •Res. Phone 299 Office 8 iOfflee Phone Res. Phonte 423-2 Rings > 423-3 Rings DR J. S. NUTT DKNTIST X Ray Pictures of all kinds taken g^jij g|de 'Office over Smith & Ferguson Stepiheriville, Texas Our Motto: "Satisfactory Service and everybody welcome Irvita Davis, 1 0. Goodman and Jess Chkiidler - WEST SIDE SQUARE LADIES HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALITY DAVIS BARBER SHOP I APPRECIATE THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY "BUSINESS College Tailor ROY WARD, Prop. HAVE YOUR WORK DONE Where Service Counts Your Satisfactiaon Our Pleasure STEPHENVILLE SHAVING PARVOR J. R, Britten, Proprietor Phone 54 AFTER THE GAME ■SEE;,.. ■ COLLEGE BARBER SHOP FOR FIRST C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1926

TOWN TOPICS Hooray for Santa Claus! We know he's real now, 'cause he brought Marjorie a wrist' watch, Carroll a feather fan; Mary Ellen an A & :M pen; Henri and Pauline £i diamond,—and I forgot to ask Kathleen, Mary Deane, Margaret, Louise, Katharine, and Lucille what he "brurig" them. And let me tell you something. This "Santa" came to see Henri during , the - holidays. Another vis- ited Mary, Ellen, and it is being 'whispered' tliat' Kathatrine also" en- trained a-'certain "Santa." ' 'Margaret jind, Mary Deane were /welcomed back" into' the' little' city ' v.;"th the 'proverbial "brass band." ^'Kucille Widf ntljr slipped up' on lis '"iii- the-;night because* we didn't see her , when *;&hte' rrived.' She's here .*full*f*«r- thotl^h'i" shoe Strings toe nails aitfl talk*->' • " ■ 1 fyou'-' (vaiit to- see some dramatjc art that's going to-iiiake -even Pola 'Negri hid^'-;:hjer ■'face'^ri"' shame, see the ^erijCri^'earmval •'•in • the near • future-" arid - .Auitch the town g...

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