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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1926

i ■ A i ■. f,' j ■ I . ( ; IlM W, \kJ{ : ■ ■. 1 . 1 I ■ HELP THE ' - r.' I ' DEBATING TEAM | * - ■ t 1 , Hfll BB * *\ | ''l •v 4 45 £ ■' VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 18, 1926. NUMBER. 21 PLOWBOY. HOW ABOUT HON- ORS IN OI^ATOY AND DEBATING Students, did you know that the Debating and Oratorical! Club is 1 going to help put Tarleton on the ipap this year? What aie you going to do? Be sure to bring your best girl Tuesday night, Feb.,23„ and and1 support the students who a re . pitting forth every effort to make the debating team this year the best that Tarleton has ever had, There is not a student in, the college who is ' not willing to do his part in sup- . porting our athletics, then why. not show the same spirit of loyalty to- ward those who are devoting their time and attention o this worthy field of work? • • > f The elimination of the oratorical contests will be held in March and Miss Lillard is very eaber for a1 large tills contest. ' -Year before last' a, Tarleton gir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1926

THE BEST OF PRICES FOR STUDENTS SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 Entered as second clas3 mail matter at the postoffice in Steplienville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of'March 3? 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chi&f 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 On a date, not far in the future, the publication of the J'Tac will he placed in the hands of the individual classes .for one issue each. The Co-eds will also have an oppor- tunity to display the skill of their journalistically talented members. The nominees for these editorial staffs should he considered now, so as to prevent the election of an "em- ergency" staff and in all probability one that would not be fitted for an executive position. No college publication can create any amount of news. It simply relates it. If you have something that you wish t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 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 AMONG THINGS NOT IN IJI STORY Listen, my boy, and you shall hear Of the battle of Tarleton and Grubbs this year. On Friday the twelvth, of '26 (a holiday for Lincoln and Brady Mix) The Plowboys and Hornets at eaph other did go, And dead Hornets were plowed in, row upon row. The farmer that did this was the big Captain Nix, Who won all his fame by his in- fallible tricks. Where he started into action, they all gave him room, Or they were picked up. with a pan and a broom. The Smartness of the Avenue Your Good Taste can never be \ ' questioned if you weer S. F REED SHOES YOUR FRIENDS, co: t Dry Goods Company PHONE 183 WE DELIVER FOR THE SWEETHEART OF YOUTH LET TtflS YEAR'S VALENTINE GIFT BE SOMETHING OF PERMANENT VALUE—A PHOTOGRAPH OF YOUR- SELF AS YOU LOOK TODAY— What a wealth of sentiment lies in a photograph. BAXLEYS STUDIO Most Modernly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1926

CAMPUS GIGS i —~ There is something which is very cou raging to b© found in the ever increasing number of names found on the honor roll. The student who makes that honored place has made a recommendation for himself. It is not to be compared with any qther branch of 1 college 1 achiev- ements. Chance and accident rarely deprive an individual of mental de- velopment, once It has been at- tained. Still—if there were a greater number of cadet's names appearing there', the faithfulness of Dean Da- vis in their defense would be more nearly justified. Our rival went down, in defeat when' the right moment came! Though they .are. past history now, those last gamtes will1 be recalled with other dear memories when the1 class of'26 has finished. Another memory that will be auto- matically associated with these vic- tories is the good sportsmanship of our rivals. Did you ever see a better group of losers? They de- serve commendation for their spirit of "lose fighting." Perhaps we had better sup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 1926

*■' by BEL Jk t ^& J y I'l WMlPW'-lM -X<: AfF J ; CAN WE WIN T 1 FROM BURLESON? , j VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 25, 1926 NUMBER 22 LISTEN PLOWBOV We diapped one game to Weath- erford and won the other by a very harrow margin, consequently we must pldy our old football rival for the Championship. Also you Plow- boys and Aggettes will have to "get right" with your pep. Wouldn't ydU be proud to say you were from the school that won State Football and Basketball Championship, Its up to you! 1 ■—BEAT BURLESON— , The Senior Carnival will soon roll around again. The writer of this column promises all who attend a good time.. It was even thus— Take a pocket fill! of dimes along and shell 1 down. ' —BEAT BURLESON— It's odd that we should have to play the Basketball Championship off with Burleson. Can vve do them That old Tarleton fight with the best basket ball team in the State is an unbeatable combination. —BEAT BURLESON— The class issues of the J-Tac will soon be coming out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 1926

NEW TARLETON SERVICE DRUG STORE PEP UP MEMORY BOOKS * PHONE 49 AND FOR SALE HERE "■■'i. ~ 1 1, 11 . "i1 "" BEAT BURLESON CEDARSCHATTER 01' Lady went home this week end and came back telling story tales of wild rides and dark nights, Now, sit down, don't rush, he 'was with his Dad. Entered as second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-ChM . Wester Heilhecker Business Manager ..... William Dayis Associate Editor .Nealy Talbott Sport Editor Pat E, Hodge Exchange Editor * ! ..Dace Myers Assistant Editor..... Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager Jim Bridges A CLOCK—A STUDENT BODY One is a metallic mechanic the other is composed of human elements. When each intricate spring, screw of a clock is perfectly balanced an efficient machine is formed, ^o long as these different parts are not disturbed, not worn noticeably or unbalanced then all the functions of a time piece are per- formed rationally. B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 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 •< ► 4 ► 4 > < ► "On The Road To Yesterday" MAJESTIC THEATRE Friday, March 5th White Shirt Sale i . ■ y '$1.50 values, imported white English broadcloth $1 10 Shirts, all sizes, Special ; $2.00 values imported white English broadcloth Shirts, all sizes Special $1.69 RECEIVED SHIPMENT OF SERGE SUITS YOUR FRIENDS RJE. Cox D. G. Co. Most Modernly Equipped Plant in West Texas . _ ARMSTRONG & WHITE Fine Tailoring, Cleaning, Dyeing WE KNOW HOW Phone 254 Stephenviile, Texas ONE DAY SERVICE FOR YOUR MEATS AND VEGETABLES 'en's Meat Market OUR NEW SHOP IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS Next Door to Henry Clark's Feed Store G, M. Carlton Bros. & Company THE PEOPLES DEPARTMENT STORE FEATURES- WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS, COLLAR ATTACHED- SEVEN BUTTON. FRONT — CONTINUOUS CENTER PLEAT—SPECIAL AT $1.50 CROSSETT SHOES MAKES LIFE WALK EASY— YOUNG MENS MODEL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 1926

'A IS KKAZY KRACXS' Anna Lois Strigler falls graceful ly off the piano stool, Paul is here girls, and he SOME sfiiek. Wonder why Little Taylor hasn't had any sleej) for the last week. Isn't it a shame Dorothy doesn get any mail? Elliott has been singing "It won't be long now, Home Sweet Home;" Flossie wants to know why the old woman who lived in the shoe had so many children,—she didn know what to do. Talk about your - forty-niners, recommend Ruth and liable. Ted , Smith, with practice, wil l soon , be one of our prominent preachers. , , We would like to know what kind of a tripk Ruth. Jones pulled. It is too bad we all had our red flannel, packed away. .T'Thanks I don't eat Big reel ap- ples." . , ■. ■ , • ! MAKE SMILING A HABIT Lorene Watson. English 202 Tarleton College Feb. 26, 1926. A good deal—some of it non- sense1—is . italked about the smile h,abit. Smiles are very useful; they s|iow internal cheerfulnessj and cheerfulness is certainly always de- sirable where it is possibl...

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

WHEN DO THE PLAYERS GET AWARDS? STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH VOL 6 NUMBER 23 STATE LISTEN PLQW80Y State Champions again. Boy oh Boy, but its a wonderful- feeling. And hoy that team did play. They sure did well. Well now we want to win Base- tall Championship. If I don't have one thing to fuss at you about I / have something else. So now you better get right on your Pep. Do your stuff. And of course we'll have the best band. So we will be four times Champions. .Well the Senior Carnival was a wonderful success.^.Ifoerybody had a-big time and it was enjoyed by all., This1 is all gang for this time- but stay in there and pitch. TENSHION DRILL SCHEDULE March 7th • Squad Drill. ....*10 min. Platoon DrilL .....15 min. Co. Drill and M. Arms.. 20_ min. March 9th. " . Physical Drill 10 min. Co. Drill.. 30 min. M. of Arms - 10 min. March 11th. Battalion Inspection. Battalion Parade. HAVE YOU EVER. Have you ever come to school two weeks before anyone else and started in training hard for, foot- ....

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

NEW TARLETON MEMORY BOOKS FOR SALE HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 PEP UP AND BEAT BURLESON Entered a# second class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, " f Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3? 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief tester Heilhecker Business Manager - William Davis Associate Editor r: ^ealy Talbott Sport Editor Pat Exchange Editor..... , - Dace %CTa Assistant Editor - Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager - Bridges TO THE PLOWBOYS Well, Plowboys, you made it thru straight Champion- ship—-won in every major sport, That is a record that has never before been set by a jiinior college that has had as much competition as Tarleton has had this year. Dean Davis says so far this is the most successful year in athletics1 since the days of Hudsey and his team-mates. In football we were undefeated, and ir^ basketball we only lost two games, one to Grubbs ancf the other to Weatherford, the strongest teams that the Plowboys met during the season. Out of 15 g...

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

THE VARSITY SHOP Near Campus i SERVING MORE PEOPLE HARDIN'S DRUG STORE North Side Square THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side Square SERVING MORE PEOPLE beg. to offer our most sincere and humble apoligies for this last and distressingly serious error. Since it has never been our de- sire to tell in our space in the J- Tae those things which realy oceurj because everybody already knows about them, we hereby beg the par- don of the clever journalists who wrote the "Town Topics" and has- tily begin the idea of unadulterated amusement in mind. The Wednesday afternoon Sewing Club has voted to discard the New South African Stitch. Contrary to the opinion of our opposities in the Flapper Delegation, this si itch is becoming disgustingly old and com- mon—in fact it is quite plebian. We are indeed sorry that they were so grossly misinformed. This qlub aims at the most modem ideas only, and refuses, even to the point of seeming rude, to have anything thai is not ultra-modern connected with its high...

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

CEDARS CHATTER The old law of compensation is still working. Not long ago we came to the conclusion that there had been a rule passed which stat- ed "if one member of Stagger Inn be called up before the Big Boss, the other must go himself likewise." It worked again. Dusty got called on the mat on Wednesday; Satur- day morning Old Lady was com- manded to "go thou and do like- wise." He did. S'a darnphunny rule. Dusty maintains that if a spoon- ful of brains would buy a full dress suit for an elephant, "Old Lady" wouldn't ■ have enough / to purchase a bathing suit for a flea. Well sir! Our dive was at both games 100*%. We rooted too. And you can see the result. Did \ye win? Well, I guess yes! Old Lady has been looking for some ill omen to -hang a recent piece of bad luck on. He found it! It is exactly thirteen weeks nu- til school will be out. So, you see he is justified in his suspicions. Our delightful little, home will soon be broken up. Soon?. Sure! There's twelve more weeks of sc...

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

1 . STOCK JUDGING | . | CHAMPIONS " I 1 lilW A- Hi .( Mm ta Ji '' VOL 6 STEPHENYILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 11, 1926. NUMBER 24 TENSHION DRILL SCHEDULE March 15th. Calisthenic exercises ...1 10 iniri, Platoon drill 15 iniri. Company drill 35 miri. jVIarch 17th. Advanced' class.. Auditorium Theory in Infantry Bn. Characteristics of Fire rifle, auto rifle, and machine gun. Basic: class Close order drill. March 19th. Battalion Inspection. Parade. Dean Lord- of Boston Uriiyersity writes as follows: That there is on foot a movement to ; abolish compulsory ■ military training is evident; that the motive behind this movement in general is either religious,- or .-conscientious is, *1 believe, open to question. I know,' for example that the few student Opponents of the Reserved Officers Training Corps at Boston University are neither the most con- scientious, nor the most religiously inclined, nor the most serious mind- ed of our student body. On the contrary, the greater number of them1 are irreligi...

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

NEW TARLETON MEMORY BOOKS FOR SALE HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 =3= BEST PRICES TO STUDENTS 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 '. Talbott Sgort Editor - Pat E. Hodge Exchange Editor - Dace Myers Assistant Editor .Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager- Jim Bridges THE STYLE SHOW This paper has tried so far this year to publish articles which throw no reflection whatever upon other colleges. When we are defeated, we take the defeat as any one should, we reason that the victors had a better team than wc had at the time of the game, so we mourn to ourselves and don't let the world know our personal grievances. In the last two or three issues of The Chieftain, the offi- cial ^-publication of the Decatur Baptist College, we have noticed several articles which did not sound so well when read ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 March 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 FORT FROLICS 'Dai* conduct for the past few ■weeks has been unusually good, and with a few exceptions, no frolick- ing has teen done. But mow since the new spring carpet of green has made its appearance, the birds have donned their new spring suits and the more ardent cadets persistently present themselves at the dormitory, -we pledge ourselves to revive from our state of dormancy and frolic quite gayly also. However, none of our number promises to become a stellar example of the famous Rudolph type. Coleman may be submitted as our most: promising example of lady killers of &e spring styles with Rip a very close second—although witfc a little encouragement we might compromise and give Fred fost; place if he hadn't gotten a head start, Evep at that we can't understand the situation when the Colonel has |)p™ caught in the act of getting...

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

TARLEfON AT LUBBOCK Continued from First Page \ Tarletoh." This is just to say "hel- lo" tq all. of Tarleton," Virgil Jones seiids the following lines to us: "Here fire a few lines just to say hello to Tarleton, and •especially to1 those who know ine. "On 'Ye: Tarleton." I heard that song played tonight, and it made the same "funny feeling^ crawl up /and down my back." ■ That shows that I am still the same old Tarlei- ■ tpnite.". Virgil is a student in Tech this year. .. * Attention! "General" Geoige P. Bolin has the floor. "I have 'en- joyed this night bettfei" than any in a long time. After the woiider- fiil get-together, and good old talks. The old Tarleton Spirit^ was at'its height clild "On 'Yfe Tarleton": rang ; through the halls of' the building. Mr. Hunewell certainly said some wonderful things arid encouraged us all. - We are going to organize ' Tarleton Club Here and hold-regu- ■ lax meetings. On Ye Tarletoh!" 1 am sure that all of' you are glac ; to hear from "General" Ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1926

hV pgria air pgPd^|,-l A s I ■ STOCK JUDGING . I i 'CHAMPIONS. J : 1 " " HM VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS; MARCH 13, 1926. NUMBER 25 L6STENPLBWBBY ' The baseball season^ will soon be open. We have carried off the hon- ors in football and basketball. Why not Be baseball champions also? All those who would like to have the baseball' championship,, stand up. Here, here don't tear the house down! Well it seems to be a una- nimous vote. You all' want it! Are you going to get it? It'si up to you. Not only do nine men on the dia- mond have to work for it, but eight hundred of the student body must put out just like the team. The on- ly difference is, is that we do our playing from the graristand. The game may be just as hard for us. But if we fight, and let the team know we are behind them, we tan *%ei ■ that we have* a just shareiii the rewards. If we don't pep up and fight, well—quien sabe?" Don't forget the popularity con- test, Each class must pull for their candidates. Were you ever at th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1926

NEW TARLETON MEMORY BOOKS FOR SALE HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 BEST PRICES TO STUDENTS 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 SAY Last September twenty four students from unaffiliated high schools entered Tarleton. They took all examina- tions in order to he clear Juniors, that is, they took enough examinations in order to give them fifteen units of credit, ..Two ofxthese twenty four withdrew before the end of the semester. Twelve of the twenty-two passed in every subject. Two of the twenty-two made-«ome K's due to illness.' Four of the twenty two failed in only one sub- ject, having a grade of D, which is a condition. Two failed in two subjects; thre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 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 THE ENGINEER Twas a cold December eve, When the day turns into night, We guessed the mercury was thirty belojw— For the stuff was out of sight. The wind howled and waged about And the snow piled high and wide. We sat and warmed ourselves by the fire, Glad we were inside. Suddenly there came a jar, As if the thunder roared, And shook the cabin where we sat, And loosened every board. We scampered to the door ! To open it a crack, When a bundle of rags stumbled in And dropped upon its back. The doctor hastened to the wretch and drew him near the hearth. We gEtthered close to see, and won- der At this vagabond of earth. The fire seemed-to warm him (We saw he was a man) And so I gave him a little drink Out of the old tin can. Tie muttered low under his breath, His words I could not catch; He looked so frozen and so cold, The poor and bony wretch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 March 1926

J* ENGINEER CLUB PROGRESSING VERY RAPIDLY At the' lasf 'jegular meeting of the Engineers Club', all things'indicated the success with which the organi- zation is functioning. An extended campaign and 'course of procedure is planned'. | for the rest of the school term, and arrangements for the establishment' of a, stronger ac- tive executive body for1 next year is now under way. The club room (in the Industrial Arts Building) is the seat of many entertaining, interesting, and instruc- tive meetings. The practical appli- cation of the sciences involved in engineering, a servey of the latest engineering feats and projects, and the daily obstacles met by the en- gineer are discussed and studied. No lecture course, outside of one, of specialization, could afford' more valuable information for the en- gineering;' student. The club takes this opportunity to invite all en- gineering' students to attend the meetings. We feel confident you would soon like to joiii, and then become ah 'active1...

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