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

X [MHM. VI 1 "■ I :k "Mjj 1 tiv >. c llllpllj URSSSnmr' /mafia/ ' ryimlWriBT « ^ !|! fax BACK THAT r/l/lTJ? A T T TP A ll/f HuM H'SM 1 t ■1 MiH f 4 V r UU1 HALL 1 LAM FOR VICTORY /••Ef Hf, L > jimmmbMrn .'..-fcfa/UUa '• ' -1 ? /• . VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 7, 1926. NUMBER 2~ P C. Declines to Play Friday INFORMATION CONCERNING OUR FACULTY Just^for the benefit of Bome of you new students we'll tell you all about our faculty. Of course you knew we had the best one in the State,, and all that stuff, but there might be something you don't knO/W. In the first place, all of our dig- nitaries haven't been here all the time. In fact, some of them are quite a3 new as you are. F'rin- stance, there's Mr. Doremue, head of the new engineering: depart- ment. He came to us from A, & M., and we are quite impressed with him. He teaches architect tural and, mechanical drawing, and surveying besides. We like him quite a lot, we do. Then there's Miss Glover, who is filling Miss Sa...

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

n ON YETARLETON- We Are For You -ON YE TARLETON Watch Those Plowboys Go SERVICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEARQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN 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. __W. C. Wilcox Business Manager. : Jim Bridges Exchange Editor Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser Irene Ellis A NAME A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.—Holy Bible. NAME—The title by which any person or thing is known or desig- nated; a distinctive specific appelation whether of- an individual or a class.—Webster's New International Dictionary. A STUDENTS SWEETHEART What's in a name? That which we call a rose, name would smell as sweet.—Shakespeare. . By any other Your name—are you proud of it? Do you honor it and the ones who have it before you? Are you conducting yo.urs-.elf righteously so as to reflect no dishoror upon a 'name as bright as your3?...

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

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE,.THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE . PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE' \ ' FORT ECHOES • Was^every Fort Fish out to see the football team - off? Those absent haven't registered yet. We were glad to see that the Fort was not the only bunch represented; the Dump and town students were there too. Last year at several such send-offs the Fort boys were the only ones present. If every one will show the spirit , as the Fort does, the yell leaders won't have to worry about a big crowd and lots of noise. We claim the championship in hog calling. If anyone thinks his fish can beat Fish Cannon or Shine McDonald let us know and we will try the con- test on the corner any night. Of the sturdy "Calculus Night Hawks" only ono has weakened. Rip just can't let his studies interfere HIGGINBOTHAM BROS. & COiP'NY s STEPHENVILLE'S GREATEST STORE We are featuring hundreds of items for the College Studen...

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

TBE CROSS DRUG STORE HARDIN'S DRUG STOKE You will find both these places convenient places to trade, when down town, drop in and make yourself at home here. STUDENTS LETTER TO HIS FOLKS BACK HOME Dear Folks: Ah! You have no idea what a great school we have here. I'm beginning to get acquainted, I'm all "adjusted" just about, and I only got "busted" eighteen times. That's not bad. Now I've been meeting all sorts of girls. It isn't half so lonesome now either. Jane is real cute; she's a blonde and blue-eyed. Then there's arbout a dozen Mary's. They are all "more or less" good looking. Oh, but-you haven't heard about my real "crush." She's a peach- if I do say it, and not a day over sixteen. She smiled at me down at Uncle Moody's. (Now,- silly, he isn't my blood uncle, but he is my good old Tarleton uncle.) I wanted to buy her a drink of some sort but my ready cash was low, so I just looked at her and smiled. Oh so sweetly, doncha know. I thought that would make up for the money defici...

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

nr j: WJ i II m\ i laJ&sr 'mmmi BACK THAT FOOTBALL TEAM FOR VICTORY i ^ - KRV cMM* 1I8E1 ** \ P " VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 14, 1926 NUMBER 3 Plowboys Go To Cougar Land Friday "T NEWS FROM A FEW EX-STUDENTS OF JOHN TARLETON Flopsj§ Tate is attending school at Daniel Baker this year, Ruth and Rubye Odora are now Hving on Coggin avenue in Brown- wood. Rubye is attending Daniel Baker, and Ruth is employed in the Proctor school. Ora Mills, formerly of Pearsall, is living ni Brownwood and attend- ing Howard Payne College. Rachel and Lillian McKimmey are teach- ing near Brownwood. Janelle Stodghill' is attending the Teachers' College at Denton. Devoe White is principal of the Gustine school. Mabel Vernon is teaching near Gustine. Evelyn Wisdom is teaching Home Economics at Indian Gap. Mr. jind Mrs. Irvin H. Holliiiger are living in Brownwood. Holling- is in the auto supply business there. John L. Beard is principal of the ward schools in Coleman this year. ; Flora, Clarke ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 October 1926

ON YE TARLETON- We Are For You -ON YE TARLETON Watch Those Plowboys Go S E R VIC E D R U G S T 0 R E ^ Watch Those Plowboys Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEARQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as'second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stepheimlle, Texas, under the Aet of Congress of March 8,1879. r EDITORIAL STAFF Bditor-in-Ckiel^.^: ; i«, ™... Badness Man ger„— .. Exchange Editor _ . Faculty Adviser...... !, -W. C, Wiloox ,„Ji Bridges _ Jack Abbott Irene Ellis FAITH The beat of us and the worst of us are born into this world with certain inherent qualities,—honesty, pride, virtue, morality, and faith. S'hese characteristics are marked to a more or less degree, according to the person who carries them. Outstanding and above all of them, in all of usi stands one of these traits—faith. Were it not for faith we should never have come into the world; were it not for faith we should never have lived; and, with reservations were it not for faith we should not die. The world rests on...

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

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS.SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE i Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARLING QUALITY MERCHANDISE WHITE HOUSE HAPPENINGS The Calculus Sharks had an all night session last night. It is rather hard on the constitution to keep such late hours, but we must keep up our record. Remember, dear reader, that these late hours refer to "Calculus" and other things of the like. "Shaf" spent the week-end In Breckenridge. We are wondering just why he went home. The mat' ter can easily be solved. He has bee.n receiving a letter almost every, day from his girl friend liv ing there. Really, we believe the matter is getting to be serious. An investigation will have to (take place* The "Old Peach Can" is still hit- ting on two; and in fact it is get- HIGGINBOTHAM BROS. & COMP'NY I STEPHEOTILLE'S GREATEST STORE We are featuring hundreds of items for the College Student and Faculty Mem- bers. REASONABLY PRICED You are Welcome at ...

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

THECROSS DRUGSTORE EAST SIDE SQUARE -FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE We appreciate our trade and want to be 0f more service to you SECOND GENERATION WILL SEE BENEFIT OF DRY LAW Washington,—Regarding prohibition as the greatest moral undertaking in world history, United States Attorney Elliott Northcott, of the Southern Dis- trict of West Virginia^ believes that a thorough test of the law extending over twenty-five years should be given by America before the public sits in judgment. "Six years certainly is not suffici- ent time to determine the _ merits of prohibition," Northcott said, in an- swering some critics of the Volstead act who now assert that prohibition has been proven a failure. "Better in twenty-five years look back, compare the situation to that before the 18th amendment and then sfiy whether ar not prohibition has succeeded of failed." ' Northcott declared that the real benefits of the reform will not be noted until the generation, born s...

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

T~\ How About Two Wins in One Week A VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 21, 1926 NUMBER 4 Wesley to Fight Plowhoys BIG SOPH PARTY THE PAST WEEK IS HUGE SUCCESS The Sophs, not having many serious cases of love among' them, enjoyed themselves immensely at the Soph party given by Miss Mahan in the Dormitory hall. Everything went off smoothly until a "certain party" being suddenly af- flicted with heart trouble (or perhaps the heat) sought the outer air. By mistake he opened the door leading into a girl's "private apartment" in- stead of the porch. The girl's wail of anguish and the young man's height- ened -color, only gave the crowd more pep. After talking on various subjects printed on the programs, the length of time regulated by blowing a whistle— all commenced playing hearts. This proved more successful for ye! author refused to talk on any subject except "My First Sweetheart," and others were more interested in their own— LARGE LYCEUM COURSE OFFERED FOR STUDENTS The Schubert M...

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

K ON YE TAKLETON- We Are For You- -ONYETARLETON SERVICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go aLiiiiUL uuuo oiubl Watch Those Plowboys Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEARQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephexmlle, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief.. J—1— : w; C, Wilcox Business Manager. ,..,Jim Bridges Exchange Editor^.: Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser Irene Ellis EDITORIAL Listen, Tarletonites: It isn't a question of how proud you are are of your Alma Mater, but how proud your Alma Mater is of you. Nor is it a question of how much your school can do for you, but how much you can do for your school. Rightly, we are all proud of Tarleton. If we weren't, we shouldn't be here. If we saw the least smudge on her character we would not endanger ourselves by attending here. If we felt that by coming to Tarleton we were casting reffections upon ourselves, as being peoplp of poor judgment, as people ...

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

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE. PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARLING QUALITY MERCHANDISE FORT ECHOES Poor Ccdonel Bern P. has the S. A so badly that he may have to drop some. of his subjects to keep them from interfering with his college edu- cation. We sincerely hope he does not, however, as one is enough to get it so bad and Rip beat him to it. Can't our Fish lead yells, though? None can beat Cannon, Allen, or White aa we see it. None of the Fish have missed a yell practice or send-off yet, and one old man did—much to our sur- prise. Speaking of pep, did ya see all the pep signs in the Fort, as a result of the game last week? It sure looks good to an old man to see the Fish have so much pep. We need help, and need it badly. What will we name our new mascot? Saturday night we bought a squirrel to keep in the Fort for 75c. Some say caH him "Six Bits,"' others "Miss Fort," but we did not know whether it s...

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

THECROSSDRUGSTORE EAST SIDE SQUARE -FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUED NORTH SIDE SQUARE We appreciate our trade and want to be of more service to you WAITER'S WAIL "I'm first oh toast." "No you are not, I put the plates in." "Who has the sugar bowl?" "Where is my apron?" "Give ua something to eat. "No ice cream for us?" Oh——?!! These are a few things, minus a whole lot of other things, that can be heard in the dining hall. Peanut made a business trip (or otherwise) to Fort Worth, Sunday, and since then has been expounding several new morals to the rest of the gaiig. But, as none of us are girls, they don't have much weight. Gragg substituted for Peanuts Sun day. " Ask him what he found while looking for clean aprons. Baker says he .is not going to mon- key with the doors any more. HileV's table, No. 20, has started a class in entomology. However, they are keeping their source of specimens a secret (?) Table No. 18 is in a race with them to see who makes the best collection. Jim B. and Peanuts...

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

inkc ; ■,( * PipfS S---~ wpgKVrij A Gre ate r Ta r 1 e t on . .. sSMlJS : v ' tefcVVrv"T«,^ P¥WIL P jfrjwffl' Sl VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 28,1926 NUMBER 5 PLOW BOYS WIN FRO DRILL COMPANY VINS SECOND PLACE BQYERS—WYIjJE Last Sunday morning, October 24, a wedding of interest to Tarleton stu- dents took place in Bronte, Texas. On that day, at nine o'clock, Miss Laura Wylie, who taught art in Tarleton the last two years, was married to Mr, Robert Dudley Boyers of Brownwood. The wedding took place in the home of the '"bride's parents. The' house was beautifully decorated with roses and ferns. Candles furnished the light. Miss Wylie wore a dress of blue and black crepe metear, with acces- sories to match. She was unattended, except for the four little flower girls. An unusual feature of the wedding waathat the wedding march, was played by a little girl nine years old. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend Anderson, pastor of the Methodist church of Bronte. Imme- diately ...

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

ON YE TARLETON- We Are For You -ON YE TARUETON Watch Those Plowboys Go SERVICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEARQUAETEES 'WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered, as second-class mail matter at the poptoffice in StephesviUe, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief.. Business Manager, Exchange Editor.™, Faculty Adviser....! -W. C. Wilcox ~Jim Bridges . Jack Abbott —Irene Ellis ENCOURAGEMENT , Today, tomorrow and the few days following are going to find many of us downhearted and blue for on thee£ days the grades for the first preliminary will be posted. As surely as night follows day some of us, perhaps a great number, are going to be discouraged— discouraged to the point of desperate action, when sane thoughts will fall before an onslaught of blasted hopes. The ordinarily astute mind will feel weak and incapable of coping with the situation, for when you and I have labored hard, put. in many a weary hour over our books, wor...

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

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE.PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARLING QUALITY MERCHANDISE WHITE HOUSE HAPPENINGS Don't people have more fun than anybody? But, "aint" it funny how Monday "allua" comes after Sunday. Seems like "abody" can not help it though, and when one week is gone another comes along, so what's the use "nohow." This reminds us of the joke of the oreationa of man and woman. It is Baid that God created man first, then rested a day then created woman; since then neither God nor Man have had any rest. AH is well at the White House. . However there are rumors about a patched tip eye, and a busited lip, so to eliminate all suspicion we wish to 'let it be known that a "falling hair" is the cause of the lip, while playing tag with wire fences caused the patched up eye. We would like to know first "what is wrong with Frank, he re- ceived a long distance telephone call Sunday and we think he will n...

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

THE GROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE -FAMOUS FOB THEIR VALUES- HARBIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE We appreciate our trade and want to be of more service to you NEWS FROM BURLESON'S We are very proud of our land- lady, Mrs, Burleson, who made three entrees in the cooking de- partment at the Dallas Fair and won three ribbons. She was awarded one first and two second places. We are afraid to put our menu in the J-Tac because we are afraid that there would be too many people wanting to eat here. If you don't think we have the best eats in town, ask Miss Glover or Mr. George. ' It seems that the Burleson house is getting their share of the hon ore at the State Fair. Three of our number, Lewis, Gaines and Saunders were members of the crack company that won honors there. Great excitement prevailed at our house Saturday night. There •was a long distance call from Houston for Watkins. Strange as it may seem—he didn't explain the nature of this call—we are sure he enjoyed the call, as he ...

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

~~s Jk T ar Seton VOLUME 7 STEPHENYILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 4, 1926. NUMBER 6. Plowboys Take Game From Hillsboro 12-0 LARGE AUDIENCE ENJOYS FINE ARTS RECITAL The Fin^^rtg department of Tarle- ton College presented in recital at the College auditorium Thursday, evening Mrs. Swan Richardson, violinist, as- sisted by Mrs. Virginia Jackson Wright, pianist of J'ort, Worth, $nd Miss Vwk fe?n Jicf^eiyj accompanist. The Fine* Arts recitals ^re ever pleas- ing, and the artists 'were greeted-by a large and attentive audience Vhich "responded enthusiastically to each number. ' ■ Mrs. fSiciiardson played art interest- ing' program with intimate feeling and sincere understanding. She ex- eels in the robust type rather thanin •work's requiring daintiness and poetry. She possesses a virile tone, good tech- nique, a sense of classical style, and «is: individtM interpretation. Her rendition of the Mozart number was admirable, showing, much concentra- tion and great technical possibilities. ^anfsh; numb...

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

K ONYETARLETON- We Are For You -ON YE TARLETON Watch Those Plowboys Go SERVICE DR U-G STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEARQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as second-class mail matter at the postofflce in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief .'. I...W. C. Wileox Easiness Manager. ; ... Jim Bridges Exchange Editor—.— ...... Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser- Irene Ellis OTHER PEOPLE'S BUSINESS Some copy-book philosopher once said, speaking about some person, "If other people's business had a button hole in it, and if he had a wart on his nose, the wart would be buttoned in the hole, for that was where he always had his nose,—in other people's business." This statement, though made several years ago, we feel still holds true in some cases. In college, where there is so much business, and so much of this is other people's business,' it would pay us well to guard our nos'es. No one like to have his affairs open ...

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

. \ STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE . PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE WHITE HOUSE The menu for last Sunday's dinner at the White Honse; was as follows: . Roast-Beef i Brown Gravy Candied Yams Potato Salad Hot Biscuits Fresh Tomatoes Fruit Salad Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream Jello with Whipped Cream French Fried Potatoes We had the pleasure of having' our landlady-and husband partake of this splendid meal. Gas has been installed at the White House, and a cheery .fire burns in each room now 011 cold days. Several of the seniors got busted for making 80 or above in English. The White House is getting pretty well known, as one of the boys receiv- ed a letter from Lubbock,, addressed to the White House. No time was lost in its delivery. . ', Well, here we are again. Most of usi hpwever, .nearly' got lost Friday, You know what it's all about, though, I guess,—report cards. All feet are...

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

K THECROSS DRUGSTORE EASt SIDE SQUARE FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- NORTH SIDE SQUARE We appreciate our trade and want to be of more service to you PLGWBOYS TAKE GAME f FROM HILLSBORO 12-0 , (Continued from page 1) Flint, Boyd for Gill, Marr for Treloar, Rogers Loekhart for Ince and Lawson, Mcnzies and Davis for East- erllng and JIcMurry.) Patton gains one and one-half yards. Houghton gains tsyo yards. Marr fails to gain. Patton passes but fails' to gain. Ball goes over. Palmer gets two yards. Owenby punts; Marr returns. Pat- ton breaks through for five yards. Tarleton is penalized five yards. MaiT gains two yards. Williams punts. Pasche returns on 30-yard line. Time oat Hillsboro. Burt punts short, out of bounds. Patton 'gains ope yard, Marr gains one yard. Patton gets three yards. Hillsboro recovers fum- ble, andgains two yards. Burt punts. Patton gets one yard at end. Patton goes around end again, going out of bounds, but getting two yards. (Rob- erts. for Williams). Roberts' punt blo...

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