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

/*■ 'lW*' '—" ij < J ■ i i BEAT MERIDIAN j * ■' ! ' \ : j MO!.:.:.. 1 lllil ' fh, M ■ . *v "ng.1 K VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 25, 1926, NUMBER 26 PLOWBOYS TAKE THREE GAMES LISTEN PLOWBOYS i'-. -V ■ • I; 'v t •; ■KV 5= . <v: ■ The baseball season is here at last. Our national sport is now being played on the campus. But it seems as if few students are aware of it. But it is no more than plausible, that a student body which wont come to see a state championship foot- ball or basketball team, will come to see the openers of a prospective baseball championship team. "Clile" Devall, you pitch a wick- ed ball, yes sir! , , ' We sure trimmed Daniel Baker good. Fellows, .I'll tell you it looks like a three way Championship this year, sure 'nuff, ' , ' That would be .fine business wouldn't it? To have baseball rest- ing, in our trojihy eas§ with state V'fclMmpidhship on it. " \ " . ,, Eight • ^m,';Bob,/y-|W'"^ave 8 line of patter and' you can make 'the team fight. Isn't the new r...

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

......... TAR^ETON MEMORY/ B0O$S FOR SALE HERE Entered ad second class mail matter- at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas,, wwfojttfe Act,oiLC^&i^^^ March 3; 1879. \ r i-- •i'.tfST. ■ *«• « EDlWltAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief. . Wester Heilhecker . William Dbvis Business Manager....^.... : ..' Associate Editor..... 1— , Nealy 'falbdtt ■■ V >, ■ . ■ .. ' l" ' „0, Sport Editor..........,: 1....... <..;....Pat E. Ilodge Exchange Editor ......^ Dace Mybis Assistant Editor. —..... : .Waldo Wilcox ♦ 1 Assistant Business Manager:....,... Jirii Bridges SERVICE I)R(JG> STORE PHONE 49 FOURTH GAME- ' ! , i The second game was featured'by joose playing .by.; both- clubs. The, gamb:!waB;- a long, drawn' oUt bfr fair, the Plowboys winning by 11 to 7. !' ■ Garrett ;third baseiban' for the Plowboys, was the heavy hitter for the-: days.-:'He . cashed; • two i doubles and a single out of five times up. In the third inning the Plowboys got to Witherspoon and batted around before their three...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 March 1926

the vairsrrt shop . • :;1: ' . Near Camj^s , SERVING MORE PEOPLE hardin's drxjc* store North Side Square the cross drug store . East Side Square , SERVING- MORE PEOPLE fort frolics 4"' ■ ?>'. Say,'after a few more day like the . past have been,; we will be the most' frolicsome gang you ever saw. Why3 we have already begun swimming—j list ask Hike. We know' spring has come for iane plays , baseball, and goes to sefei Iliitia Very consistently. Hike just plays baseball. . -; > George, Lutlier, Winston and Pat are representing us'1 on' the track team and from what we are able to hear, we are, fairly" well known because of therm For a1 that and a' that, of all the te'aiiis, we'diather be able to make Senior English team than any of 'win Apparently, the "world is too much with us" even though 4Vfliree years we Grew," to see the "Odf to the W^st Wind" "Flow Gently Sweet: Aft One," to -"A MoOse," But to this day "Miy Heart iMps 'Up" when I see that "Phan- tom of Delight" in "The Daff...

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

v JFahoka, Texas; ; Mlarch 16, 1926, Miss P^iscilla/zMeKiimon,' Secretary Ex-Sludents Association, .Stephenville, Texas. Dear "Priss," I have just -read your letter to the Exes in' last week's ; paper, so I thought I would- wrjte you. while I had' the time*. I coiisider the idea of a banquet a great thirig, though I could no attend it myself. There really should be an association, and a real one, of old Tarleton stu- ' dents.' I ', guess we. all get sp4 busy with our everyday. affairs, that we forget about the part we Jiave to da to make such a thing a success. Though- we are always ready to join in with ' the "fun. I have been just that way myself, there is anything that I;can..do to. help you, .just let. me know, and I'll do the hest that I, can. I: do not get my va- cation until-early fall, and as it is such a distance; to go for such • a short time, I am' afraid that ;I could not be present at a spring meeting, though i think it is the .. best ' thing, for most people. If s )/ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1926

% SENIORS 1936 VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL J, 1926. NUMBER 27 1926 - SENIOR EDITION - 1926 DEAN DAVIS BACK HOME AFTER TWO- WEEKS' ABSENCE Appearing before the student body Friday morning for the first time (excepting last' Monday) in two weeks, Dean J. Thomas Davis took charge of the chapel service, ex- plaining to the students that he had come home to stay for about two week, at least. - During the first week of his ab- sence Dean Davis was in Chicago, where he had the main address in 'the meeting of "The American Asso- ciation of Colleges." In his'address Mjr. Davis tmphacized the fact that the period of adolescence in the pro- cess of, human development em- braces educationally that period of "life covered""'by "the last :two ^ea"rs~of high school work and the1 first two years of college work," which em-' braces this psychological principle: "The junior college should be com- posed of a four years unit, covering this period of development." The past week our Dean was at Cart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1926

NEW TAR^ETON MEMORY1 FORSAKE SERVICE DRUG STORE PHQNE 49 BEST PRICES TO STIDEN'J'S Editor-in-1 E1ITDHIAL STAFF ' /. Wester Business JSilanager.., .... • _ '■) •-' ■ 1 ■ . Associate Editor.. ..:....^ Sport Eclifor!:-'--. ,.....i.^..,.. Heilhecker William Davis : Nealy Talbott -Pat % Hodge Exchange Editor , Dace Myers Assistant' Editor...... .....................J..........-..-....— .Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager ....Jim Bridges SENIOR EDITORIAL STAFF ; Louise M^theny.l. ..............Editor-in-Cheif Carroll j Neelv Associate-editor ]Vtnry Ellen Long .. Assistant-editor Ernest Coleman ......y. Sports editor Lctiine ^jlson Exchange editor Boyd Sinclair ...., 1 ; Business Manager, Wade Forrester ...„• Assistant "Bus. Man'gr. DISAPPOINTMENT. Disappointments are a part of life, and we must learn to accept them graciously and gracefully. Surrendering to disappointment i§ tli6 cause of ipaosf faUyres. To brood un- duly over a setback is to acknowledge defeat. To be suc- cessful on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1926

h " ',:;f^B^«l4^.;SHQF " ■ THE CROSS DRUG STORE *"°'':'.J|eir'fc$nipo HARDIN'S ©RUG STORp ' East Side Square t SpVI^ MOp FpOPLj: . /'North "SitleS^iare .' "V .: ' SEEING MC^E PEOPLE Higginbotham Bros. & Co, 4 Reduction on all Hats, Coa,ts and Presses We have far your inspection the Very Latest Creations in New Easter Hats, Coats, and Dresses—Something you will |i£e, (You will find any pricje Dress are; Bat'you want, our prifiies on Dresses range from $6.75 to $55.00 Prices /On Hats range from ...... $X.!)5 to ?aR5o New Easter Footwear We Have just received a big shipment of shoes. We have the white kid, grey kid, bloud &d, pajchm)in!t kid, fejack st^ifl find bj^ac^ p.atgnt leather, either plain are trimnaed y/jth light kid.—We pan give you High spike heels, medium are'low heels, with are without straps. Prices, the pair $4.50 m $8.50 ATTENTION BOYS—New faster Suits, New Straw Hats with fancy band, Shirks, Ties, and shoes are all here for you. , 1 One lot of young men's New S...

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

I'll jokes Famous Last Remarks "I .wonder if "it's loaded. look down the barrel and see," "That fire-cracker must have gone out. I'll light it again." "They say these things can't pos- sibly explode, no matter how much you throw thefti around." "There's only, one way to manage a mule. Walk right up back of him and surprise him." "I .think ;I'll mix a. .nitric acid with this chloride (?f pqtassum and see what happens."-—-Swiped. Mr. Ferguson: "Dean Davis, when I sit down I have a lap, don't. I?" ' • ... v- Dean Davis „-( somewhat puzzled); . ''Why, yes." .I ;' Mr. Ferguson;1.' "Well, when I get up where in the world, does it J-'O?" ' Wouldn't this be a strange' world if—. | f . j ; . . ' Evcrone was as tall as Miss. Hils- wick? . ,4'" Everyone exceeded the speed limit as Mr, Ferguson? Everyone cast loving glance^ at you . like Mr. Rankin? , * Everyone was as hard-boiled, as Captaip Baker? PHYSICS LAWS' 1. The pupil's grade varies im- mensely as the distance from the teacher's disk. 2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1926

THE J - T AC The Junior CI VOL 6 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 8, 1926. NUMBER 28 TEAMS RECEIVE GDLD TROPHIES The members of the state cham- pionship football and basket-ball teams were presented with gold tro- phies last Saturday morning in chapel. The trophies were small gold balls with a purple "T" engraved on them. They were bought by the student body. A spec- ial fund has been created for this purpose by adding a tax to some of the athletic games this year. Coach Wisdom made a short talk, which was followed by the presentation of the trophies by the Dean. Football men receiving these tro- pries were the following: Captain Jennings,Captain elect Men/ies, Starr Boyd, Davis, Johnson, Patton, Rob- erts, Houghton, Marr, Self, Coach Hudspeth, and Coach Wisdom. Those receiving gold basketballs were: Captain Nix, Captain Elect Starr, Fitzgearald, Jennings, Cole- man, Davis, Johnson, and Coach /Wisdom. The following men will receive these trophies, although they are not in school now: Fitz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1926

.NEW tarleton MEMORY BOOKS FOR BALE HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE phone 49 . PEP UP ■ AND BEAT grubbs Entered , as second class triail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, iihder the Act of Congress of March 3? 1879. editorial staff Editor-iii-Ghlef '. — ^ Wester Heililecker Busing Manager .. - ; ; William Davis Associate Editor . , ,.Nealy T^bott Sport Editor. . ...... Pat £. Hodge Exchange Editor - — - - Dice Myers Assistant Editor...... ;...... — Waldo Wilcoi Assistant feusihess lildhager 4—1.; Bridges Junior editorial staff JEditor-In-Chief: Dick Sujith Business Manager: s j ...Jim Gardner Associate Editor: ...i Charles Devall Assistant Editor: Bess Brownlee Exchange Editor: ... tola Cumbie Sjprtrt' Editor: Oleri Fenner Assistant Business Manager: Jack Abbott THE LAST CHAPTER IN THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A JUNIOR This chapter is devoted to guess- work, surmises and dreams. Where it- leads or how it shall end, is un- known. I hope it will he as I have planned, for I have builded...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1926

OUR FACTORY TO YOU SALE Students, this is our Appreciation Sales. You will find many Items here at a Saving. We 'are always glad td have you visit our store. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. THE VARSITY SHOP. FAMOUS FOR ITS VALUES EVELYN FINTY GIVES CONGER^, Oa March' 31, , at the Baptist Church Auditorium, Miss Evelyn Flinty, Soprano, with Mr. Gar- uett Froh at the piano, entertained the Tarleton Students for the even- ing. Mr. Schoffelmayer of the Dallas ^ews made . an interesting short M^e^ jipon .!'M6re Cotton on Fewer, Acres." This program was -esp^aingly good, . _ . „,, . , Studmts, the John Tarletbri En- tertainment course t is for you. Every number is well worth yout walk dowii to the church, or even a ride on a crowded bus. We should attend the Lyceums because they are entertainments worth while. CEDARS CHATTER We. have ; been requested, to write our stuff for this week. Can you heat that? Requested! So here we are 100 per cent. Speaking of 100" per cent's, we were that way i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 April 1926

DR. A. O. CRAGWALL AT PERRY BROS. Res. Phone 299 Office 8 DR. S. D. NAYLOR Over Hardin Drug Store Office 130 Residence ;i Blakeney Dry Goods Co. Everything new to wear for Boys, and Girls ❖ trsa JUST WHAT YOU HAVE LOOKED FOR, HAS ARRIVED PROSPERITY HOT HEAD PRESS, Made Especially for SILKS, LINENS, PALM BEACHES and SEER SUCKERS ARMSTRONG & WHITE We Know How Phone 254 EVERYBODY ^ COME AND TRADE- - ; . with . . . , SAWYER BROS. ' GROCERY AND MARKET EAlrT SIDE SQUARE PHONE 209 The Ladies Store THE NEW THINGS FIRST NEW. HATS, NEW COATS . NEW DRESSES INVITES YOUR INSPECTION , SPECIAL!! EASTER SUITS and , EVERYTHING for the , EASTER PARADE —SHOP EARLY— on - EASY PAYMENT PLAN . . G. M. Carlton Bros. & Co. MILITARY TRAINING OF STUDENTS i0 If one were persuaded that Mil itary training was being abolished in schools and colleges for the rea- sons officially given, the movement would have a different appearance. When certain people say., "If we wish our children to be good cit- izens/*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1926

J-TAC VOL 6 i**' v<* i *t>(X r1 <\ /Jy ^ *v ?*w,1 <J,M X<V&*-4&:. liftsi! W ri; its® s •\'t?i,/i: STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 15, 1926. NUMBER 29. WHY NOT COMPULSORY DRILL (Harry Henke) A platoon of infantry in column of squads marcKec! down a road in France at route step. At their head, beside the guide, was a youth in high boots—a second lieutenant who, three months before, had been a student in the University of Penn- sylvania. From a distant clump of trees came a sharp staccato rat-ta-ta. The young officer muttered, ' . "God," placed his hands over his abdomen, and doubled up like a- snapdragon. Half of his command fell with him while the rest scatter- ed for cover—all this in half a minute.. It was a pimple elementary error, yet it cost twenty men their lives. How many officers learned from bit^ ter experience at the front what they should have learned. in the class room? If you are skeptical of this ' statement ask some of the'men who were of necessity fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1926

NEW TARLETON MEMORY BOOKS FOR SALE HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 PEP UP AND BEAT GRUBBS Entered up second class mail matte* at .tfce postoffice in Btephenville, Texas, under the Act; of Congress of March 1879. . . EDlTOiMfc "STAFF y: < ,v.„. Editor-in-Chief ; - Heilhec%r; Business Manager-.- i William Ejavis^ Associate Editor : — Tal^^, Sport Editor...'. , Exchange Editor .„:,,ijabe Assistant Editor Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager : Jiro Bridges SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief - - Gordqn Brannon Business Manager . ...Omlle Howard Associate Editor ; Roland I)owntain Siporj: Editor -■ ..Irwin Bacon Associate ;Editor - — .....Wilma Curry Assistant Business Manager Leota Pettus Exchange Editor : ^ James Aldridge Faculty Adviser - Miss Ellis J>y beauty. Keats, quoting from another, ^ays, ^Beauty-is friitli,; truth b'eauty.'' Is this Jrijot .so ?Truth'is the pure] simple, and natural facts. Beauty is, in my mind also, exactly the same. .• .„ — That question is g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1926

> COLLEGE ORCHES- TRA TO GIVE CON- CERT TONIGHT The college orchestra will give its: sixth annual concert tonight (Thursday) in the college audito- rium at 8:30 P. M. The orchestra represents the very, best that there is in music at Tarleton College i at this time.More care is taken inihe program and more ability represen- ted in the players than in any other organization here. This concert is looked forward tq each year with a great deal of enthusiasm, for it is always the finest musical program of the year Everyone is cordially invited to attend. There will be no admission, The program is as follows: Program Hungarian Lust Piel, Keler Bela; II Penseroro, Millegrtm-Turner; Serenade Rococo, Meyer-Helmond; Overture, Morning, No or: and Night,Suppe; Indian Love Call, Ru- dolph Friml. A SOPHOMORE'S LETTER HOME ANNOUNCEMENT OF EN- GAGEMENT CAUSES RIOT Dear Pop, > Well, I .guess I'll rite you a, let' ter just to let you and Mom and the kids know how 1 am .getting on. . I've been pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1926

•EXTRA EXTRA BIG LETTER WRITING CONTEST Lots of Fun, Big Prizes Since letter writing contests came into their own, and many persons are gaining fame and renown by writing letters, the Sophomore class has decided to conduct a letter writ- ing contest to determine just who is the worst letter-writer in Tarleton besides Miss Ellis. There are several reasons enum- erated below, why you should enter this contest: 1. The dazzling arid enticing prizes. 2. The simplicity of the rules. 3. The great chaHce for world- wide fame. The rules that apply to this coir test are extremely simple and easy to follow. There arc no rules. The contest closes at the end of the schpol year. Get yours in early, The prizes $re as -.follow?: 1st. Genuine English Literature iMOTiogramiried by the iltustrjous Edith Coppinger herself. 2nd. One-Hundred-Yeajr Guaran. teed gold stick pin made of finest Quality brass with a real imitation ruby made oif the purest refined glass obtainable. If this pin does not hold up,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1926

Everything you THE VARSITY SHOP Famous for its Values A Pleasure to Serve 1 -1 . j i PLOW BOYS TO PLAY WEATHERFORO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY On Friday and Saturday of this week the Plowboys will go to Weatherfor.d to battle with the Weatherford Junior College nine. The coach thinks we have a pret- ty good ,chance to win these games, for our hie nare all in good shape except Massey and Cone". But even with these1 two out of. the gam? we still have plenty of material with which to defeat them. Let's back our team to the ut- most, students! Even if we did lose .those two igames to Grubbs we still liave a mighty fine team, and we should do. all , in our power to make. them, w.iji. Those two games wete hard to Jose, but that doesn't matter.. We will still stand by our team to See that they don't lose , anymore. Even if we can't go to Weatherfcird we can give them our support. FIGHT 'EM PLOWBOYS! THE FARM BOYS Some <jf you may not know that Tarleton 'keeps college boys on its farm. If you wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1926

| The Call of Springtime j j is answered in these , Spring Suits, j | Shoes, Hats and Shirts. j J — j j Broadcloth Shirts j | Seven button fronts, cen- j. ter pleat, tan, blue, gray \ and white, colar attach- | ed—very special value ! G. M. Carlton Bros. & Co JUST WHAT YOU HAVE LOOKED HAS ARRIVED . - PROSPERITY HOT HEAD PRESS Made Especially for SILKS, LINENS, PALM BEACHES > : v-.,-. ■ and SEER SUCKERS ,t<" - V ARMSTRONG &. WHITE '/ . We Know How ' Phone 254 GRUBS DEFEAT TARLETON (Continued from first page) short time. In the second game Hart played center field and Nix played seconds Hart played grandstand ball both gaines. Johnson led the team in hitting and scoring. The team has resolved to beat Grubbs when they come over here. The umpire was fair to both sides. ) Chittle Little, the team's mascot, doesn't let the team want for a thing. He is always on the job. Both coaches accompanied the team to Arlington. BOX SCORE First Game MY HOME TOWN My home town is a roarin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1926

I •• . i' ' . VOL 6 TARLETON DEBAT# ING TEAM DEFEATS. h ' MO MURKY "Friday night, April 16, the De- bating team of John Tarleton Ag- ricultural College, represented, by McKain and Smith, fought Shubert and 'Self of McMurry to ,a fin- ish. Dean Davis was Chairman of the evening, and by keeping the crowd quiet, helped the Tarleton team to put over a victory worth winning. The Auditorium was packed with the largest crowd that has ever witnessed a debate in Tarleton, ,and when the-ballots were counted that crowd went wild with delight. The whole student body got right behind that team, thank them for the first defeat that McMurry has ever encountered. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 22, 1926. MRS. MC KINNEY DIES SUDDENLY Monday morning last, Walnut Springs underwent a shock caused by death such as it had not ex- perienced in years. Mrs. : E. G. McKinney was the victem of thig tragedy. Attacted with a stroke of cerebral appoplezy, she died within a very few hours thereafter. Mrs. E. G. McKinn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1926

NEW TARLETON MEMORY BOOKS FOR SALE HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE PHONE 49 PEP UP AND BEAT GRUBBS 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. Llodge Exchange Editor Dace Myers Assistant Editor - Waldo Wilcox Assistant Business Manager! Jim Bridges FRESHMAN EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Golden Tindall Business Manager .Howard Phifer Associate Editor ;..... Fain McDougal Sport Editor , William Starr Exchange Editor Miss Grigg: Assistant Editor R. A, McCurdy Assistant Business Manager Allen Powell CLIMBING THE LADDER You can't carry the {ladder and climb it at the same time., Every rung on the ladder reaching up to happiness is a sacrifice. Unless you have the material of which to build the ladder you can not make it. " And without some- thing to climb and the will to climb i...

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