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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1926

/ • b. WATCH THOSE CAGERS! J k VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 14, 1926. — 5 — ——— NUMBER 16 TARLETON OPENS WITH VICTORY * * *■ President Walton Makes Tarleton Official Visit LISTEN PLOWBOYS As this is being written our team is probably opening the basketball season with Howard Payne. Now, listen Plowboys we've got to back that team! Didn't it strike you as a mighty poor send off to give them this, morning, why didn't we have a/ pep meeting? Do you think the team left in the proper spirit? Is our pep going to lag as it did once during the football season. Are you all going to fight like you did when Grubbs came over? Are you going to back that team with all your might? Wouldn't it be, fine in our trophy ...case? If that team wins we've got to back them! So lets up and at 'eta. Well1 sir, we got our football last week and we think its a beauty. Yea, bo, that team fought , and fought hard for that trophy. Is it worth the trouble? Yea Plowboys. it is! , Who said that we didn't have ...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1926

TH$ BEST QF FOR STUDENTS SERVICE DJUG STORE PHONE 49 HU ""'I !l'.- " 1 .'1 PEP UP ANP BEAT HOWARD PAYNE Entered ais second class m^tt Jgatetf at the jjostoffice in Stephenville, T^xas, MO^er the Act of Congress of March 3? 1879. $TAFf ' ^ditor-i%C|ti^- - Wester Heilfoecker Business Manager , William Davis Associate Editor.., ....Nealy Talbott 1 Sjport Edj^. Pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor : , Dace Myers Assistant Editor : Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager Jii$ fridges The most essential factor to the progress of any enterprise is co- operation. This does not include the steadfast efforts of just a few, but a unified effort of 'the whole to a common end. Not always is it necessary |o hqv'e a, duty assigned to a specified individual or a group of individuals, for the spirit of co-operation to be made manifest. It is possible for a few to make unusual progress when under the impression that they are being co-operated with. You will find many places for the application of this spirit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1926

THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE FARMER'S SHORT COURSE AT COLLEGE IS BIG SUCCESS Continued from 1st page *felfi!.Hite his labor to better ad- vantage, and at the s^Qie - time 'In- creased hjs earning capacity. The afternoon program was de- moted entirely to' poqltgy in its 'TOifii; phases,. Mr. Y* R- plazoner '«( the Extension Depatrment of JL anfj M. College discussed the . ©iwfcleni of "Caring for Chicks to Prbdypjti?!} Period/* Jfe emphasized tins di^strops, effect^ of pterfceding j«t before production time, and of •crowding iflore chicks, i^to a given apgqp than could Be accomodated •successfully. He made many good points cpricejrnhig the proper kind •of feed to give "young chicks, arid *1bb proper amount of space re- paired ' for a given number pf dbiefes, and the best time for bring- um swj | new flock of biy;3s:. Following Mr. Clazoner's speech, Air. "W: £. Bishop o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1926

i'Mi :. SOME JOB Getting out a paper.;^''^^^QRic. If we print jokes,^'we $re silly. If we publish, .o&ginal matter, thev say-we lack variety. If we get things from oth/;r papers, we are too lazy to. stay on the, job, we ought'(^|j|^piit rust- ling news./- are rHStling4'(fQrVfj!{!;Ws1 -sye are not attend- ing to b'lisfnesssin our office. If we don't print contributions, we don't show proper appreciation. If we do print" them, the paper is filled with junk. Like as not some fellow will say we swiped this from another paper-^so we did. ■ . ON GETTING TO SCHOQ$ii?:; BY EIGHT O'CLOCK influence as regards, college activ- ities save for boosting or belting on ihe athletic sports. A remnant of the others who do riot out grow the institution or seek a place of more congenial spirits are eventually put through the col- lege mill' looking something like men. A distempered or hypocriti- cal outburst is among the most purile things I know; nor is a student a reprobate because he. is well dre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1926

!■-. ■ ? ■, , I "'';- v ■ f. I'ffi have you registered? J VOL 6 STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY'21, 1926- NUMBER 17 LISTEN PLOWBOYS Fellows don't you admire the fellow who enters whole heartedly into any activity? Yes? Why not put out when you come to the ball games then "strut your stuff" after the bail gaines? Surely the "li'l woman" won't think any less of you if you devote your all to supporting the best team of Plowboys we've had in years. Spring, with its soft carpet of grass, bursting buds, new coat of 'leaves, cooing birds and gay viv- acious youths will soon be here to present a moire forcible, call than books can ever muster.' Don't, nap , now. Be prepared! • -- lygbt i.v.herei- We would -suggest, that the few carets who .insist oin laxhess of di^ciplfe appearance and attitude in general, change up! ifoti should fyj man, eriongh to coriie up to regulations and stan- ! ' ,$ar(Js ofjsiep out and let the'remain- der make thfe most of their efforts. 1 Boys , listen. Let's get do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1926

THE BEST OF PRICES FOR STUDENTS SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 PEP UP AND BEAT MERIDIAN 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 Associate Editor. - . Nealy Talbott Sport Editor Pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor Dace Myers Assistant Editor Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager ^........Jim Bridges THE FORT CAMPUS CLUB Saturday afternoon, while the rain was falling softly outside, the Campus Cats were very busy at work in their elubroom preparing for the night. It never makes any difference with the Cats what the weather man prepares for the week and just so the roof doe3 not leak. After the ball game Saturday night all of our plans had matured into things of reality and we found ourselves waiting for the appointed hour to arrive, and , exactly at nine o'clock we heard the horn sound the very beautiful notes of "soupy", bid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1926

.V V L ^ THE VARSITY SHOP near campus SERVING MORE PEOPLE HARDIN'S DRUGSTORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE DIDJA WORK HARD ALL MORNING * THEN DECIDE TO go to * * # THE PICTURE SHOW AND * AFTER WATCHING * THE. WONDERFUL * WESTERN MEL& * DRAMA FOR* MORE THAN^Alf # # * HOUR SLEEP UNTIL SIX # * # AND AWAKE TO FIND ALL THE * DOORS LOCKED? SAY DIDJA * * * ONE SENIOR . * HOME GIRL *DID. * # PHONE 441 Students; Mr, Beene Latham Bros, wants to see you. A KID PARTY Last Friday night the little girls of the I. D. A. club assembled in the main hall of the Dormitory to go on a theater party. All, twenty- two wearing ;hair ribbons, short dresses and socks, and looted as little girls do- We were anxious to go by the time the Chaperon gave the signal. We started gayly luit had not gone far until onp pittite girl had lost her money; ■ And, .as if this hadn't caused enough delay, Rjith Pheifer lost the heel to her slipper. In spit of these delays we a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1926

I'ljjTMii CEDARS CHATTER This has been an awful week for our association. Individually and collectively we have "made" break- fast one time since our return from the holidays.! But, sure 'nough it is hard as the dickens to arise to a cold, cruel world some of these mornings. Say! the gent that wrote "On Getting up on a Cold morning" -was sure powerful well informed. The term is nearly over " and doubtless there will ' be weepings and wailings. Ole' Lady is deeply concerned- over Chemistry and Dusty worries' night arid day oyer Eco,. At last'we liave found the ."sickle bars" we have hilnted for, fur so long. We have cussed, raved, and advertised, but our, wandering razor blades refused, ,-to pome home. So one day we cleaned house and there vthey . reposed safe, and - sojjnd, under the b,6d mixed up with the/following articles: , ' 7 -'-,■'/ 1—Bed slat (from our bed) 1—Suit casfj , 9—i\$ilk 'bottles,, 1—Two yeacold J-Tac. -.Assorted shoes . 1 1-2—Pairs sox (age in question) So we are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1926

I. ■:*.* ■i ' :h ■ s-1 A Vpy. 2 \ , TAKE INVENTORY j . J Start The New Term 1 • | Right. 1 § ■ ) - • • & y , O ■ mXMt)} 'wl ■■ •VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 28, 1926, jKv . , ' " , NUMBER" 18 LISTEN PLOWIOVS ■ The basket, ball season .is open at last. We have five victories and no defeats to; our credit now. Are we going to be undefeated? Are we? Well, we'll do. our best. It would look fine to have a silver basket ball in our trophy case with ■ the football. We can be Champions! With a team like ours we can do anything. ''Nothing ; is impossible." If . If the student body will only back the team. Did you notice how our pep lagged ,at- the Pollywogs game? Didn't we almost lose the game?. Don't . you think the let down in spirit had something to do with that? ■> TARLETON CAGERS MAKE A FLYING START To;. Jje winners we must: 1. Have the best team (we have.) 2. Have the best coach. (We have.) ! . . 3. Have the most spirit:'- The third is perhaps the hardest to get. For good ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1926

THE BEST ^1® PRICES. FOE STUDENTS SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 PEP UP AND BEAT GRUBBS Entered as second cliss'^iuaB matter at the ppstoffce 'in'Stepheavitlej Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 1879. ■0RIAL STAFF ■ Editor-in-Chief............. - - - Wester HeiUieeS&r Business Manager William Davis Associate Editor— uiNealy-jC^lbott Sport Editor, .-. t ....„Pat •% Hodge Exchange Editor , Dace Myers Assistant Editor „ , . . Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager Jim Bridges PUBLIC OPINION Many- people who have never' attended, or had any close relations to, a college gets the impression that a college student is a form of man- hood with the mari hollowed out, leaving only the hood, which has long since teen converted to the devils care, in-order that a special spot on the Plutonian shore might be selected to which the son of > iniquity is" most adopted. Their opinion spoken frankly, is that students generally think, and speak only in terms of wine, whiskyj "booze," and li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1926

THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE THE GROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE SERVING MORE PEOPLE * ► <5 ► f « ► i ► ■M ► J 1 4 ► ,1 ► -< ► * ► < f * ► < ► < ► .< k «< ► < ► J -v COLLEGE POULTRY FARM Beat Grubbs and Visit Our Store Look over the following and see what you need for the second semester ; FOR THE BOYjS SERGE SUITS SERGE TROUSERS SAM BROW BELTS REGULATION HATS FOX PUTTEES GIOVES The Packard Corvendon Shoe with one inch higher tops designed especially for you, GIRLS Be sure to visit our ready to wear dept. i .ew things coming in every day; Beautiful dress- es and hat for everey bcqasion. OUR NEW SPRING SHOES ARE HERE A ivonderful selection of the new light colored Kid, Patent Leather, Satin, also Golden Calf Ox- fords, Higginbotham Bros. lany FOR THE SWEETHEART OF YOUTH LET THIS YEAR'S VALENTINE GIFT BE SOMETHING OF PERMANENT VALUE~^A PHOTOGRAPH OF YOUR- ' SELF AS YOU LOOK TODAY-, , What a wealth of s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1926

DOINGS OF THE ' DUBjj* The snow has certainly been a welcome visitor and everyone has re- ported a grand time. We.must say, however, that the results of skating are not so pleasant. - Mary Deane Yeager, Lucille Hea- ron, Helen Allen and Ruth Jones spent Saturday night with . Mabel / Mole and Hesta Brown. Refresh- ments were served at. mid-night. We had quite a lot of excitement Thursday night as a result of the . • lights going out. Several feasts . .were enjoyed by the light of . the i moon and candles; ' Louine Wilson and Modena Pair . cehJhrated their birthdays by serving f; .a dunchean: in the Home Economics ■buildii^3uhdayJ %i: . ■ Hej^^g^pdcfon' spent the week i• folks at Carbon... ' SR6&N%NEX :NE¥S The snow was . a welcome .visitor to the girls and- thoroughly enjoyed i; |%Uy Jones, De- Jil^li. Prygp^ apd; Evelyn Floyd were .. oi) tlie .|i,c|4§|f -this week. §U,veiia^)^cJse^ spent Saturday ' ...., pigbt^ :>vith/vjn% Gunn, ■ • F/ijelyji aijd Grace Floyd have : iiK>ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1926

I EDUCATION ilS IGNORANCE J I GUIDED BY EXPERIENCE j w. ^ BI Mr. (#1 , ■ •v ' - fSijt VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 4, 1926. NUMBER 19 PLO WBO YS SPLIT WITH HORNETS LISTtl FLOWSOTS Everyone realizes now that half the year has passed and a new term has started and too much attention cannot be paid to the business of pro- perly establishing yourself to get the most from the coming term. Find your place, if haven't already. Get some benefit from the coming term. v All those good resolutions ' you made last September did not materialize in A's and B's after all did they? How many grade points did you make? Wouldn't it lie fair to'offer some Mark of distinction for the student making the great- est number of grade point# per semester? Soon'-we meet Grubbs. Let us begin now to plan the most hospitable reception and the worst defeat they have ever been receipents of. Make it the: policy of every student , to be the best host and the cleanest rival of these visit- ors. It won't be lon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1926

THjE BEST 0;F PRICES STUDENTS PHQNS 49 355S& PEP UP AND BEAT GRXJBBS , , Entered as second class mail matter at the postoflice in Stephenville, , " :V> ' Texas, under the Act of Congress of March '3 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief : - .... Wester Heilhecker Business Manager : William Davis Associate Editor ■ ! Nealy Talbott i Sport Editor ...,.v ^ Pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor : :. Dace Myers Assistant Editor : Waldo Wilcox Assistant, Business Manager.,. ■ ; Jim Bridges ' TO THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT. The J-Tae Staff wishes to express its thanks to the Eng- lish department, and especially to Miss Mahan, for the help ■ rendered lis in the last two issues of the paper. ! , Most df the material that was in the last two issues was supplied by the'staff. Each section in Senior' English is rec[uif&"d to write some- thing suitable for the J-Tac. So far, two of the sections have handed in their material and we hope that as soon as all of the Senior sections have-handed in mater...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1926

,..v: x THE VARSITY SHOP NEAR* CAMPUS ' serving More people HARDIN'S DRUG STORK north side square THE CROSS DRUG STORE easT side square serving more people SPONSORS OF CO. Bt ENTERTAINS Continued from 1st page After registration, all were ushered into a huge room. In circle formation a number of games and ' contests were ex- ecuted. Delightful music was furnished by the nimble fin- gers of Miss Leota Pettus. Mr. Earl Gough tickled our auditory nerves by several songs of a very appropriate, nature. Important news for the Coed, who prides herself on being a step in advance of the Mode. ' ▼' I Spring Coats-^Every one New On Special display for the Tarleton Girls. We Are Ready to Serve You YOUR FRIENDS, Pry G@©ds Compare PHONE 183 WE DELIVER FOR THE SWEETHEART OF YOUTH LET THIS YEAR'S VALENTINE GIFT ' BE SOMETHING OF PERMANENT VALUE—A PHOTOGRAPH OF YOUR- SELF AS YOU LOOK TODAY— What a ivealth of sentiment lies in a photograph. ' BAXLEYS STUDIO * A The Majestic Theatre RUDOLPH VALENTINE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1926

campus chat "Bunt'' Adams football star of '17, '18^ '20, visited Tarleton at chapel Saturday morning and spoke to us a a while. To hear "Bunt" and Dean Davis talk, they must have it in for each other, Admas is coach at East land and was here with his quin- tet. Wilson Davis, son of Dean and Mrs. J. Thomas Davis, spent the day between terms with his parents. Wilson was accompanied by\his roommate Mr, Sydney Neely, brother to "Big Boss" Neely was anoth- er Tarleton visitor- last Satur- day at Chape}, • And it surely did look good to see *'Pepto" Butler back on the stage, didn't it? Butler's cheif appeal was for the Ex-itudents Association and we all admit he was right! Mrs. Willard Chamberlain spent part of Friday and all of Saturday in Dallas, in the interest of the Home Econo- mics department. We regret very much that Qilmer Williams decided to quit. However, he will be back next fall; fighting with true Tarleton military spirit. "Dooley" Mulloy ex-Plow- boy of last year, was anoth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1926

EDUCATION IS IGNORANCE GUIDED BY EXPERIENCE WFK-W f \ ,/£/<«>■ JS:1ft. VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 11, 1926. NUMBER 20. LISTEN PLOWBOY The first term is over, but, .whether you passed all yoi^r subjects or not, just keep on keeping on. You know how ybh root for our team when the game goes against them. Remember, the home folks are rooting and betting on you whether you win or lose. If they were hot behind you pne and all, you would not Ve here. The team played two won-: derful games at Grubbs, we: lost and won. We are ready ,jyin the next .set when Nil •• A-z-.fy *eotms-- Do you want to be State Ghajfripions? If so, get right on your pejh Do you know lyhat? I have seen a one ann- ed man rotf a 'boat, I have; seen a one-legged man . ride a ^bicycle, But ^either did £ good job ! He was hindered! If we are lacking in one ele- ment, say pep, we are at a disadvantage. Student Body it is up to you to Furnish the Artificial Limb of Pep so that winning man on our basket ball t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1926

THE BEST OF PRICES FOR STUDENTS SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 PEP UP AND BEAT OR! 'BBS Entered as second class mail matter at the ,p.p3tofficein Stephenvillc, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3^ 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief... - Wester Heilhecker Business Manager...: William Davis Associate Editor... iNealy Talbott Sport Editor.... Pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor ! '..../ Dace Myers Assistant Editor...; : ....Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager... Jim Bridges WHAT COLORS DO YOU CARRY? Heretofore it has been the policy of the J-Tac staff to adyocate only those things that had to jio with peaceful movements and persuasion of the student body to lend their aid in support of the athletic activities. It is true that there has been a faithful group that has consistently upheld every contest on the home court and some of those not here when it was possible. Circumstances, often student work, neces- • £ sitates sacrifice to attend and possibly makes it impossible for some t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1926

the varsity shop NEAR CAMPUS SERVING MORE PEOPLE hardin's drug NORTH SIDE SQUARE the: cross drug store EAST SIDE SQUARE - SERVING MORE PEOPLE turned Dean Davis' pump, muchly delapidated, but re- sembling one, and the cots, . Moco took me home do Hico, and our journey was oyer. Just a word of advice To enjoy a trip -for all it is worth, get four Tarleton stu- dents, an old Ford, cooking material, and a pot of twenty dollars each and with no wor- ries, a laugh for each tire to worldly seeking aspirants, blow Out, and a word of wit At La§t> Important news for the Coed, wbo pride* herself on being a step in advance of the Mode. ; Spring Coats--Every one New On Special display for the Tarleton Girls. We Ate Ready to Serve You ■ • ■ t YOUR FRIENDS, R E. COX Dry, Goods Company PHONE 183 WE DELIVER at every place, with a love for Tarleton and what it means, you will get your moneys worth. Ask any of the hoys! The end. P, S.—-we drove from Denver to Stephenville in 73 hours, by the Ingers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1926

mam THE C. C. CLUB i Some inquisitive person, trying to fathom the meaning of C. (£., translated it as Cu Cu, and the report runs that someone is stilL looking toj'. ;hig-.:Safti Brownie' "whijph, ,^as ;lost' in: the scuffle. V * It seems that since Lewis Petty left, many of the boys are developing a serious case of the, S-; A., especially-some. *of the boys in, oar house., tt is rumored that telephone number 58 is always busy. (Double-ugly says he didn't even;.know that was her num- ber,, but just between you and me, I believp he did.) The DeLeon gang has in- creased' by one since the sec- ond semester, That makes them .42 per' cent strong, the rest of , us surely have to stick together. ' We have one sick member but are glad to know he is getting better since his moth- er came all the way from Oklahoma to see him. Here is hoping he's up and around before very long. i. m: m. p. s. HOUSE NEWS ENGINEERS CLUB On last night, Feb. 2, the Engineers met in the Draw- ing room of the Indust...

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