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

: ■ %. Sill' A G r eater T a r let on ^ 'f Kj'jlffi wSVj cflBi'- WtHk • TitMwmmkWMMi I 1 I <\ Mrimi4 i ■ . • •• ■ VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 11, 1926. NUMBER 7. J. THOMAS DAVIS DEBATING SOCIETY A few days ago we observed here and( there, in box car letters, posted on.thft bulletin boards, announcements relative to the first debate scheduled tq take place between the J, Thomas Davis Debating Club and the 011ie-0 Club; the subject-was to be "We Shall Pity. Out. Grandchildren," This long- to-beremembered.(? )eventi took place on the night ..of November 2,., in the College auditorium. The J. Thomas Dftvis C'I\ib defended tlife affirriiatjve side' of the question, and won over tiie 011ie-0 Club. The debate was warmly contested by both sides, and was a lrfost interesting one. Each speaker proved to be a credit to his elub.' The affirmative stoutly maintained that, befor^two niOre generations should pass, the .women, as a conse- quence of their frequent visits in these days ...

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

ONYETAELETON- 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 poetoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief. -W. C. Wilcox Associate Editor —- , .Wayne Kay Assistant Editor . Jack Overton Sports Editor ; Rex George Exchange Editor — , -Jack AJ>bott Faculty Advisor -— —Irene Ellis . . BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ...... —Jim Bridges Assistant Business Manager ........ „..Paul Allen Is It Really Worthwhile? Time will find us all meeting with disappointment; this is some- times necessary in order for us to come to a realization. Disappoint- ment often comes when least expected. Can you overcome it, or will ypu be downhearted and say, "What is the use?" To some the strain .(will be too great; to others, with a stronger backbone, the diificulty will not be so great. Inde...

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

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE.PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARLING QtjALITY MERCHANDISE LEAPING LENA LAUGHS Vr On last Sunday afternoon a jolly crew of Tarleton students boarded the motor in Waco to re- turn to their dear old school. In McGregor, Gatesville, and Carlton several more students joined the jolly gang, and by that time there was a total of twenty-four. Pep never ceases to exist with a Tarletonite. With Wright as leader, a pep squad assembled and Peacock Beauty Shoppe South Side of Square Graduate operator of all kinds of Beauty Work and the new Leon Permanent Wave PHONE 209 FOR APPOINTMENTS To Students and Teachers We solicit your patronage—We hope to be of service to you EVERYTHING FRESH Fulbright & Son MARKET and GROCERY HONE 78 CITY BAKERY COME TO SEE US LIGHT HOUSEKEEPERS South Side of Square Office Phone 423-2 Rings Residence Phone 423-3 Rings Dr. J.S. Nutt . -DENTIST X-Ray Pictures...

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

-FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- EA8T SIDE SQUARE Gifts that Last For Less Money We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. NORTH SIDE SQUARE Gifts for Every One EXES AROUND LUBBOCK TECH Lubbock Texas, Nov. 1, 1926. Dear Irene: I , happened to run 4*$oq$,'a3 jssjfe. of The ^Tac and ?aw yo^r. apj^aaJi, tq ex-students. Perhaps you, may be, interested, in the. Exes here at Texas Tech, Therms are quite a number of-us here—some whom I do not know. Among them are Bay- lor Durham,, D© Alva Dudley (she is married And has an adorable Baby; however, I do, not know her name nqw),, Chester Weaver, Zed Glimp. Charlie Read, Lonnie Starr, WilhelMj and Al, ami Evelyn Floyd Jennings. • Al Jennings has already won fame on the gridiron, of course. Tech valu- ed him .as her best man until, he was knocked , out with a bad knee in the game with, St. Edwards. We're hop- ing; he will ]be back by Thanksgiving for , our game .with Canyon, Weaver and Glimp are living with Al and Evelyn. Wymond C...

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

Fight the Hornet® At Arlington i ) 'I yil VOLUME? STEPHENV1LLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 18, 1926. NUMBER 3- Plowboys Win From McMurry Indians 26-7 . THANKSGIVING CANTATA -TO BE GIVEN NOVEMBER 23 A mixed chorus of students of the college and singers 'from the city, under the direction of Earl Gough, will present the Thanksgiving Can- tata, "Praise and Thanksgiving" in the auditorium of the Baptist church on Tuesday evening, November 23, at 7:30 o'clock. , Negotiations are under way, to make this a united Thanksgiving ser- vice of all the churches, ^nd the citi- zenship of the entire city. The pro- gram will consist of numbers by the. chorus, interspersed with vocal and violin solos in keeping with the spirit of the occa^iott. ^ Sojo parts will be rendered by Miss- ea Vera Jean McNew, Ruth Mitchell, Eleanor Martin, and Messrs. Earl Gough and1 Herbert Keaton. The public in general is invited to come and make this a genuine Thanks- giving service. TARLETON TO MEET WICHITA FAIXS FRIDAY - The Tar...

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

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.— Associate Editor Assistant Editor — Sports Editor - Exchange Editor Faculty Advisor BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ..... Assistant Business Manager ..... ~W. C. Wilcox Wayne Kay ..Jack Overton .......Rex George .....Jack Abbott -Irene Ellis .....Jim Bridges ...—Paul Allen CLEAN Clean is a .very ordinary word; it is a common word in constant use. Scarcely a day goes by, we imagine, that the word clean is not used by every one of you. The cadets refer to a "clean shirt." "my uniform cleaned and pressed." The co-eds say, "a clean chambray," "a clean room." These are the senses in which clean is used ordinar- ily. Yet the word is of many meanings, many uses. One c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 November 1926

•); i STUDENT'S EXCHANGE, THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARL1NG QUALITY MERCHANDISE Where People always come Back to Trade OLD ANNEX NEWS Say boys, that McMurry game was simply wonderful. We've never seen $ better one, and we're for you fifteen strong all the time. We have a new chaperone now who goes by the name of, Dutch. She's very strict now, but we're going to like her. The Hall has been very quiet lately, but several have reported that they have some visitors in their rooms. (Ob, you gray mice!) Someone ask Gertrude how many days until Christmas; she keeps an accurate account of them at all times. "Tommy Lou and .Gertrude went home, and both of them returned with something to eat. Here's hoping they g<3 again soon. 'Most of us are going to Grubbs and we're all thrilled and pepped up too. Anna Laura spent the week-end with Joy. They had a real good time. Fifteen, rahs for those grand Plow- boys; we saw you beat Clifton Mon- ...

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

THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE Gifts that Last For Less Money FAMOUS FOR THEIB VALUES- We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE Gifts for Every One PLOWBOYS WIN FROM MeMURRY INDIANS 26-7 (Continued from page one) Donaldson for 12 yards and first down. Tharp loses three yards at right end. Ball on 30-yard line. Roberts catches pass by Mitchell and gains two yards. Williams breaks through center for three yards. Williams fails to gain at left guard. Roberts punts 40 yards; no return. .Donaldson punts 40 yards; no return. Williams gains one yard at center. Houghton goes through guard for three yards. Marr makes two yards at guard. Roberts punts 40 yards, out of bounds at '85-yard line. Mitchell passes and Williams grabs it on Tarleton's 35-yard line. Houghton gets one.yard at guard. Roberts goes through for five yards at guard. Score at end of first quarter; Tarle- toh 7, McMurry 0, Second Quarter Ball how on McMwrry's...

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

LETTER njii Grubbs Special' EDITION' . VOLUME) 7 STEPHEN VILLE', TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1926. NUMBER 9. Beat Those N, T, A. C. Hornets Plowboys Again Win From Wichita: Falls 34-0 COMMERCIAL ARTS CLUB HAS PICNIC [WEDNESDAY NIGHT Wednesday evening, November 17, the Commercial Club had a very de- lightful time on a vveiner roast out at the railroa dbridge north of town. . Although it was a very cold night, we soon had a big camp fire, as there- were' sever sir iif the =di€w^d"~who " were very good at finding wood. (Dutch and Bob, for instance), and we began roasting weiners and marshmallows. After everyone had eaten all he could, we then played "Alteration," and "Little White .House Over the Hill" out in the corn patch until we wore all tired out. Then w;e gathered around the fire again and Mr. John Oliver, our faculty adviser, and Miss Grace Wicklins, each made a very in- teresting speech. The Commercial Club is behind the Plowboys and we're all going to be at Arlington on Turkey Day to ...

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

ON YE TARLETON- We Are For You -ON YE TARLETON W&tch 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 postofBce in Stepnenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief. Associate Editor Assistant Editor , Sports Editor ... Exchange Editor, Faculty Adviser... BUSINESS STAFF ...W. C, Wilcox Wayne Kay ..Jack Overton .......Rex George Jack Abbott Irene Ellis Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Jim Bridges :..Paul. Allen OUR OBJECT' The time for editorials is past. We are in the present now, and the present is to win. Words are needless, for each .one knows his duty. Today we play football with our brother institution, on his home ground. Our objective quite naturally is to come home victors. There is no need to rehash the value of our presence or how we must fight to win. Those who have heard, as we all have, the pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 November 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 INTERESTING STATISTICS According to some.surprising figures recently quoted by Postmaster Gen- eral New, we, as a nation, are getting more than our proportionate share of the good things of the world. About six per cent of the world's population is in the United States, and yet that six per cent produces 43 per cent of the world's output of coal and con- sumes 42 per cent ot' it; 54 per cent of its iron and uses 53 per cent of it; 64 per cent of its steel and uses 57 per cent of it; 49 per cent of its cop- per and uses 44 per cent of it; 64 per cent of the world's petroleum, but uses. 72 per cent of it; 69 per cent of the. cotton and uses 37 per' cent of it; 52 per cent of the timber and uses 51 per cent of it; 41 per cent of its shoes and wears out 39 per cent of them; 43 per cent of its print paper and consumes •50 ...

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

THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE Gifts that Last For Less Money —FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE Gifts for Every One PUBLIC SPEAKING DEPART- MENT TO PRESENT NEW PLAY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER THIRD "Captain 'Applejack," an Arabian Night's adventure in three acts by Walter Hackett, will be presented by FIGHT-FIGHT-FIGHT the . Public Speaking and Expression department under the direction of Miss Lillard, at the College'auditorium on Friday, December 3rd at 7:45 p. m. "There's naught like good grog to warm the innards" on a freezing night, and there is nothing like a good pirate play—and a melodrama to boot—to repay—"lily livered duffers" who will venture forth on such a night as Fri- day, December 3rd, and the reward will be commensurate with the frigid journeys. In Walter Hackett'a "Cap- tain Applejack/' the Public Speaking department of. John Tarleton College ' will achieve its triumph of the...

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

Now for Basketball Championship t<{ ..,,4'^^" v VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 2, 1926. NUMBER 10 ■ftwfe <yt State FOOTBALL 1926 W. J. WISDOM MAX MENZIES Plowboys Win From Grubbs Hornets 13-0 OFFICERS'CLUB HAS BIG PARTY IN THE ARMORY Monday night,. November 20,. the Officers' Club and their lady (or should it be gentlemen?) friends gathered at the Conservatory to par- ticipate in what proved to be one of the best and most appreciated parties ever given on the campus. All of John's leather men gathered at the Conservatory about six-thirty. They were there, but hard to recog- nize. Imagine Lieut. Starr and Major Wright in silk hose and short skirts! Soon the escorts began to arrive. TJie officers got to see themselves as oth- ers see them in the persons of Annie Laurie Frazier, Mary Dean Yeager, and the host of other psuedo officers. About twenty couples assembled, and then, led by Mrs. (Sergeant Moses) Gray, they held a style show and finally adjourned to the Armory,. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 December 1926

n ON YE TARLETON- 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 THE ROYAL GUARD Entered aa second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephanville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief. Associate Editor Assistant Editor , Sports Editor * Exchange Editor. Faculty Adviser.... ....W. C. Wilcox .—.Wayne Kay -Jack Overton Rex George Jack Abbott ....—Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager ..Jim Bridges Paul Allen VICTORY One 'Week ago today the valiant Plowboys fought for State Cham- pionship,! It was a hard struggle, and one that we should long re- member. Along with the winning of State Championship went the defeat of our old rival, North Texas Agricultural College. As victors we can afford to be lenient in our attitude towards our brother insti- tution, but as arch-enemies on the football field we c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 December 1926

/I STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE .PEOPLE ! Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARIJNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE THE GUY WITH THE PINK EAR SCREWS One of the most alarming situa tions ,in our Alma Mamma is the enormous consumption of Coca Colas! It is a known fact that "cokes" will ruin the health, and it is also a matter of history that the potato crop was not as great in 1925 as it was in 1918. These sta- tistics clearly show us that orang- ades contain 95 percent potassium permanganate, . AND that we should not guzzle so many of these vile concoctions.. On two separate and individual occasions Mr. Howell has caught some of our students partaking of these dis- gusting stimulants.- One time there was a girl in the crowd! Now STUDENTS the situation in Europe is very ser- ious, and if our instituton is to prosper we must join the Red Cross and save money. I am but Office Phone 423-2 Rings Residence Phone 423-3 Rings Dr. J. S...

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

THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE Gifts that Last For Less Money, FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE Gifts for Every One PLOWBOYS DEFEAT HORNETS FOR STATE CHAMPIONSHIP (Continued from page one) off tackle. Hill punts 10 yards; no return. Roberts breaks tackle for nine yards. Houghton loses six yards. N. T. A. C. penalized 10 yards for roughing, Roberts makes three yards off tackle. Marr runs, through tackle, for 12 yards and first down. Hough- ton makes one yard off guard. Grubbs penalized five yards, off-side. Roberts loses one yard. Williams makes three yards off guard. Roberts fails at guard. Marr shoves the ball up a couple of feet, ten inches from. line. Houghton goes through guard for touchdown. Marr kicks goal, but it does not count because of holding. Score: Tarleton 6, Grubbs 0. Lock- hart kicks off over goal. Ball on 20- yard line. Jones loses three yards, downed by Roberts. Pol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1926

iV a VOLUME 7 STBPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 9, 1926. NUMBER 11" A SIGNAL HONOR FOR JOHN TARLE- Dean J. Thomas Davis returped a few days ago from jackson, Missis- sippi, where he went to attend the . American Association of Junior Col- leges, which was meeting co-jointly with the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schodls of the Southern States. For some years Dean Davis has been working to gain for Tarleton admittance into the Southern Associ- ation of Colleges, an organization so strict hi its requirements that mem- ber ship jn it would mean much to any institution. Heretofore only [two junior colleges had been. Admitted, Ward-Belmont of Na&hville, Tenn., and Interpwnt College of Virginia. Ther tfeaii 4faa called away from the JscKboh ft&tirfg' by the sMd£ri illness of his son, Willson; but he had made his plans so well and presented the casl so tib$ that on Thursday, niojrn- ing a telegram came announcing that Tarleton had ieen iidMitfetf t^'T^ein- bership i|i the South...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1926

ON YE TARLETON- We Are For You CHRISTMAS CANDIES AND GIFTS QFRVIfF DRUG STftRK OF ALL KINDS. CAN BE FOUND HERE dftliVlLft liftlJU 31 Willi Do Your Shopping Early -ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS Entered aa second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephemriile, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief,..*... Associate Editor Assistant Editor . Sports Editor Exchange Editor. Faculty Adviser-.. -W. C. Wilcox —.Wayne Kay -Jack Overton —Rex George —Jack Abbott -.-...Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager... Assistant Business Manager ..Jim Bridges —Paul Allen WELL, NOW, THAT'S STRANGE That bushy head of hair you see on the first violinist in the orches- tra is there because he plays the violin. Likewise, that trombone player is bald because he plays the trombone. : That sort of reasoning sounds absurd, doesn't it? Well, check up on it and see. Rabbi Jacob Klien of Cleveland did and conjured up a reason. _...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1926

STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SEX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE LUNCHEON, FRIDAY, DEC. 3 On Friday, December 3, one of the most unique luncheons of the season was served at the Home Economics building. The menu, place cards, and favors carried out the farm idea. The menu served was; Split Pea Soup Crantons Sausage and Saurkraut Boiled Hominy and Beets Cornbread German Tomato Salad Buttermilk Cocoanut Cake Peaches and Whipped Cream The favors were farm wagons, fill- ed with salted pecans, and little rakes. Host and hostess were Robert Baker and Iva Jones. The guests were Mr. Homeyer, Mr. George, Miss Looney, Louise Walton, Erna Hunt, and Jess Davie. SAY Are you a Junior? If so, what's th<i matter with you? Why don't you take an interest in your class, and come to the meetings? A class is Office Phone 423-2 Rings Residence Phone 423-3 Rings Dr. J. S. Nutt DENTIST X-Ray Pictures of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1926

THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE Gifts that Last For Less Money -FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate y6ur trade and want to be of more service to you. HARDIN'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE Gifts for Every One FORT ECHOES Another week, another Sunday: A million Sundays, a million postoffice jams. ' Last Sunday Fish Joyce, rushed! In- to; Rip's room and grabbed his bottle of shampoo, thinking it was hair oil, and applied it freely. _A6 a result, he •was fifteen minutes^ late to. his date, which time was spent in:. the bath house. . .. - The good old iyp'e of spirit prevail- ed in the Fort Sunday, niorning. A general rough house, :an'd lots oi furi, was on every side, but no one's prop- erty was destroyed or damaged. Such gpod-will was shown thati £io one seemed to mind being socked on the ear with an old shoe, or whatever was handy to throw. Such sportsmanship as this is what makes the Fort the best place in town to stay. We have a guy among us who is so afesent-minded that, w...

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