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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 December 1926

M T*f3S5.t!sasrtf53t^£ H For a Greater T arleton VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 17, 1926 NUMBER 12 TARLETON FINE ARTS SCHOOL, PRESENTS UNIQUE PROGRAM LAST MONDAY Monday night the Fine Arts de- partment presented Mr. Earl Gough, head of the voice department, assisted by Miss Vera Jean McNew and Mr, Garnett Froh in a unique and most entertaining concert. ' > The program was well arranged and moved along with smoothness, the ar- tists evincing real showmanship in their stage presence. The first three groups of songs were of a varied de- gree of musical depth and scope and showed tlie rich timbre of Mr. Gough's voice. Miss McNew was a perfect ac- companist for these groups. The Irish Love Song which Mr. Gough sang to Miss McNew; with un- mistakable meaning was an immediate hit, calling forth a round of applause. . Miss McNew played for her piano offering a MacDowell-Liszt Fantasia which was composed of parts of the MacDowell Etude de Concert and Liszt't famous Second Rhapsodi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 December 1926

ON YE TARLETON CHRISTMAS CANDIES AND GIFTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE FOUND HERE We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE Do Your Shopping Early — ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS DUMP NEWS Entered as eeoond^class mail" matter at the postofflce in StephsiiYille, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief...... Associate Editor Assistant Editor . Sports Editor Eichahge Editor. Faculty Adviser.... ...W. 0. Wilcox Wayne Kay -Jack Overton —Rex George Jack Abbott Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ... Assistant Business Manager ..Jim Bridges Paul Allen What Do You Like to Read? Several, students have expressed themselves as not liking our paper. The compliment seems to lie in that the articles are too deep and that we need more funny ai-tieles. We admit that your complaint is at least partially justified. Our paper is printed as a source of disseminating, among our pat- rons, what the school is trying to do, also make a go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 December 1926

• ";j ■.J . ■. i STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE,PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE COOKING AND SERVING CLASS The informal luncheon served Mon- day, Dec. 1, by Erna Hunt, hostess, and Jess Davis, host, was very attrac- . tive. The luncheon carried out the spanish idea in menu, place cards, and favors. The place cards had a som- brero aiid lariat painted in colors to carry out the red and yellow color scheme. The favors were made of small e oils of rope with lariat knots in the ends of the coils. The hostess was unusually clever in portraying her scheme' throughout the meal. The menu consisted of — Las Cocidas Tortillas Butter Stuffed Peppers Pineapple and Cheese Salad Molasses Pie Coffee Those who enjoyed this luncheon were Miss Louise Barekman, Mr. Gar- rett, Miss Looney, Beatrice Bucker, Cratues Braden, Louise Walton, and the host and hostess. SAY DIDJA? Girls, didja ever go downstai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 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 THE WHITE HOUSE The artistic temperatment of this family is becoming wonderfully de- veloped; talents are being made more interesting and lively, from an ath- letic standpoint, while other capabili- ties and possibilities are being reveal- ed to the good captain. The Cisco American speaks of Selmyn Broyles making .92 in Agriculture. We might mention that he has been promoted from "Table Wait" to a first class boarder. George Dewald is a valued member of the'. College Band. Tru- man Glover is trainng for basketball. His dignified manners make him a fa- vorite among us. Wayne Fitzgerald, who has already won two or three gold medals, is eligible for the coming basketball season, and is sure to be a tar player. Our youngest member is .'heodore Hill, a full-fledged junior, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1927

D >1 % u \¥ For a Greater AQ > '( / •> VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 7, 1927. NUMBER 13. >'"V J : '<{. 7 !\ ■L~j I' .1 V • V\ ' few ■ ktv- r* ®l:p: STUDENTS WILL HEAR MISS PENNY BACKER, JAN.25 0 - ■ On Tuesday evening', January 25th, the students of the College and the townspeople will be honored by a lec- t'-re from Miss Ruth Pennybacker, Her subject will be, "Before the Cur- tain Rises," an interesting talk on theatres, Miss Pennybacker is a daughter of the Mrs. Pennybacker who made us such an excellent talk on the World Court last year. Feeling that the students, should really be acquainted with Miss Pennybacker, The J-Tac has secured a brief biography of her life; and though she is a young wo- man, we rare ,sure that the following will tie very interesting to the student body: "In Kuth Pennybacker's life, all \ events seem to have lead up to the X profession which has now become her life work—that of lecturing4 on the theatre. - Her mother, Mrs. Percy V. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1927

ONYETARLETON- We Are For You NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS SERVICE DRUG STORE —— ——ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW 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 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 EDITORIAL Hm! Here we are back again. The holidays—full of joy and pleasure are back of us, likewise a full stomach,. We have returned with an empty head and as quite usual, an empty J-Tac box. Some aspects of the situation are really becoming quite alarming. For something like thirty weeks the J-Tac staff is supposed to give a pa- per to the students. . It is well within the limits of honesty to say that in those thirty weeks the student'body does not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1927

'J- ' o v ;> ^ - > ■ $ STUDENTS EXCHANGE, THE FEUB NDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE .PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY&HENSARL1NG QUALITY MERCHANDISE DOINGS OF THE DUMP If any of you notice Sapo going around with a blank and far-away look on her face, just look over her, because Paye got a new picture of her brother and Sapo f?ll deeply in love with him. She hasn't done any- thing, but sit and look' at the picture. Those who are in love or have beei| will understand. j; Jewell is very sad and upset;. She can't decide whether she loves Pete or some one else. We all had a great time last night. Torchey came back. We thought we had lost her for a whole week. The Little 'Un got her fourth finger on her left hand broken during the holidays. Poor girl! Faye kept such late hours during the holidays that she can't keep awake. Hank got a new dress and hat and she got the S, A. too, so she is fixed. •Kate is a slouchy roommate. She brought back a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 7 January 1927

V —Famous for their vamjes- h'3*? o-' EAST SIDE SQUARE We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. NORTH SIDE SQUARE RUTH PENNYBACKER TO SPEAK HERE TO STUDENTS TUESDAY, JANUARY 25th (Continued from page 1) her lectures professionally at her home this winter. Her engagements in Texas include the Skakespeare Club and the Craig Club in Dallas; a lec- ture before the Drama Club' and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sevier . in Austin; the State Teachers College, Iluntsville; John Tarleton Agricul- tural College, Stephenville; The Twen- tieth Century Club, Stephenville; Ty- ler, Corpus Christi, Kingsville, Mar- shall, Sherman and Mount Pleasant. After filling her Texas engagements, she starts North, and her engage- ments in other states include: The Cleveland Ohio Federation, compris- ing seventy organizations; Ciricinnatti Mansfield, and Steubenville, Ohio; Stevens College, Missouri; Evanston, Illinois, Minneapolis; Lexington, Ken- tucky, and Cambridge, Massachusett...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1927

For a Greater Tarieton * Ati ) rt ✓ " '' VOLUME 7 STEPHBNVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 14, 1927. NUMBER 14. COLLEGE BOWS HEAD IN GRIEF "SIX BITS" DIES Last Thursday morning our hearts were saddened by the death of the fort's mascot, "Six-bits." The death was supposed to be purely accidental, but it is believed by. some that it was carefully planned by enemies of his. Others believed it was criminal negli- gence with malice aforethought. Nevertheless, our hearts were bow- ed down with sorrow, and a full mili- tary funeral was held for the little fellow- All day the body lay in state in Fish Akin's apartment. By night, there were hundreds gathered to see the burial. The funeral march was led by the Fort band composed of Gragg, Kay, Livingstone, Moorehouse, King, Bar- nes, and Cannon. The coffin came next with Williams and Bozo Brooks' as pallbearers. The chief mourner, our Colonel, bore the strain bravely, but had to be supported by White • and Scott. Taps were blown by Gragg, the notes float...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1927

K ONYETARLETON- COMETOSEEUS We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS 1 FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered aa second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephaimlle, 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 Abbott Faculty Adviser Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Jim Bridges Assistant Business Manager Paul Allen OUR UNIFORM Some days ago we ,heard a cadet complaining about the uniform. His pet grievance so it seemed lie in the fact that there was not enough different suits to wear. He said, "It is all alike, we wear the same thing over and over again." This ^ye will admit, but,—— it appears to us that our uniform is a very wonderful piece of clothing. The complaint set us to thinking and we have worked out a table that is surprising in its contents. We didn't realize ourself how...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1927

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 AN INTELLIGENCE TEST FOR THE JUNIORS 1. Is Tarleton going to beat Grubbs playing basketball? 2. Explain in detail why Fred Hall's hair curls. 3. Why is Braden always chewing gum ? 4. Outline Marguerite's life during her junior year at Tarleton. 5. Your name and why? 6. Is Dora really dumb? 7. Why is Frank Simms always talking ? 8. How old are you? 9. Male, female, or infidel. . 10. Give a specific reason for Cye Perkins being sleepy all the time. 11. Do you believe in Santa Claus ? 12. Do you like potatoes with or without jacket ? 13. How do you account for Ken- 'neth Foote's timidity? 14. Why does Edith Coppinger ask bo many questions ? 15. Are your parents poor, but honest ? TWO DIM SPECKS STANDLEE HOUSE NEWS There are two new girls at the Standlee House, Misses Aubrey and Irene Hailey . The old gang welcomes them an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 January 1927

K THE CROSSDRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE —FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUED We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HOLT'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE SQUARE OUR DICTIONARY College—Where one goes to get qol- legiate. Collegiate—State of being of one who has attended college. Collegian—One who has attended a college. Class—Necessary evil connected with college. Professor — Necessary adjunct and nuisance to said college. Chapel—Pleasant place to sleep. History—Horizontal laboratory, also pleasant place to sleep. See Math, English, Chemistry, French, Agro nomy, Military Science for more likewise pleasant places. Varsity Shop—Mail building of a col- lege. Gridiron—A large plot of ground with a college attcaehd. Gymnasium—Building ditto. Mess Call—Warning to come to grub. Grub—Why they have Mess Call. Student Publication— ? XX! @X—I—. J-Tac—Student publication. Editor—An old bear who runs student publication. Faculty Adviser—One who runs edi- tor. THE STORY OF A FRESHMAN Once there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1927

BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP HOW ABOUT IT? VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 21, 1927. - NUMBER 15. What in the name of common sense is wrong with this bunch? Are we going to ]ie . down like a bunch of jellyfish without a sign of a back- bone? How many of us know that our Tarleton basketball team left for Weatherford Monday without a sin- gle yell, without a bunch of boosters to pep them up, without a friendly handshake to encourage them? I don't know what you think about it, but I think it's as small a thing as we could" do. I wasn't out there either, and I'm ashamed of it. Now, the question is, what is the student body going tp do about it? Are we going to be yellow, or are we going to be sports and stay behind that team and light with them? It's been rumored that two panels J were broken ouTTTJf flife door of the J-Tac office last week by the angry mob that was trying .to get material into the box. Ha, ha, ha! 1 Ain't this an awful strain? Oh, gash—gotta run until the fourth of Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1927

ONYETARLETON- COME TO SEE US We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE -— ON YE TARLETON QUE STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS ASHBY HALL HINTS Entered as second-class mail matter at the poatofflce in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, EDITORIAL STAFF - ........ ~~W. C. Wilcox Wayne Kay Jack Overton Rex George Exchange Editor - Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser. Irene Ellis Editor in Chief...... Associate Editor Assistant Editor , Sports Editor BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager I.. Assistant Business Manager ..Jim Bridges ....Paul Allen THANK YOU . r . We, of your J-Tac staff, wish to take this means of expressing our earnest appreciation to the members of the student body who contri- buted to this issue. As students we dislike to voice, as much as the rest of you dislike to hear, our eternal cry for "material, more mater- ial." ' The results of last week's appeal were most gratifying. We were literally flooded by good copy. We think that you can see the results i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1927

STUDENTS EXCHANGE, THE FRIE NDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE .PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING QUALITY MERCHANDISE ' ' f; SENSE AND NONSENSE BY TEXAS BILL It seems that in writing we for- get the things that mean more in our lives than a great many things that we do write about. We write about the President of the United States going through . a strenous day, but we forget that there might have been something to inspire him. We talk about the athlete's vitality and the states- man's vigor, but we forget the basis of that vitality or that vigor. You refer to the wheat market, but you never bring it down to its most glorious conclusion—hot bis- cuits! There are several kinds of bis- " cuits: three—day old biscuits, hot biscuits, and sinkers. When you start to make biscuits, everything gets flowery, but the result is amazing! You sling in a spoon of salt, two spoons of bak- ing powder, two spoons of lard, and then by adding flour yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 January 1927

-FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES^ EAST SIDE SQUARE—PHONE 36 \Ve appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. ■PH,ONE 71—NOKTH SIDE SQUARE BEAT COUGARS AND TROUNCE H. P. JACKETS (Continued from page 1) Plowboys with six field goals or 12 points. Boyd was high for the Jack- ets with only one field goal and a free pitch. Second Game Glover and Fitzgerald at forward, Matthews at center, and Davis and Starr at guard ppened the garne for Tarleton. Boyd and Everett at for- ward, Hubby at center, and Hodges and Cook at guard opened for the visitors.^ Fitzgerald was hurt in the first half, but qame back in.. He rung them' up from all parts of the court; the jackets cou^d not stop him. Later on Irwin and Houghton came in for Matthews and Glover. Fouls were numerous on both sides, Tarleton making* seven and th,e Jackets six. Fitzgerald was high point man for Tarleton making nine field goals and two free pitches or 26 points. Walker, Everett, and Cook tied for high point, the first two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1927

"H n v jj jtMrnsRssSsm ' ■ TJIp Vvv>ilfl, ■ J THE PLOWBOYS WILL WIN $ FROM THE HORNETS liwff\i I WHIPV "• H .1wUJ \ MWji I " "js ■ glim *• a" VOIiUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 28, 1927. NUMBER 16. Plowboys Win Easily From Wesley Panthers LISTEN PLOWBOY We have a game with Grubbs to- night—nuff said. The other day a new man was grip- ing about our school, and swearing by all that's good or bad that he would never come back to this school if he ever got away. I hadn't decided whether to cuss 'im out or knock 'im down, when I remembered that I got the "gripes" last year and said the same things. However, I also' re- membered (two thoughts in the same day!) that I really exploded this Fall before I got back down here and got to hollerin' "On Ye Tarleton" at the top of my voice. So I let the poor demented creature go, because I knew he'd be right back here next year, wondering why another new - man doesn't seem to like the institution. Ain't it funny? —o— What do you say that we ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1927

ON YE TARLETOM- COME TO SEE US ■ We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE ————-——ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS 1 FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered aa second-class mail' matter at the postoffice in Steph«nrillt, T«xas, under th* 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 THE VALUE OF TIME Every morning you are handed twenty-four golden hours. They are the only things in the world that you get free of charge, whether you want them or not. If you. were the richest man in the world you could not buy an extra hour. If you were the meanest beggar in the universe you could not be deprived of a single minute. In this respect the rich and poor are on a plane of equality. What do you do with your time? When you get out ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1927

'K \ STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIE NDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARL1NG QUALITY MERCHANDISE ED AND BILL'S EDUCATION Beginning Chapter 1 "Well sir, twas exactly a month ago today when them there gfoli- gists dequivered ile on our place. An you know 'twas the funniest sight I ever, saw, when that there ile begin to come outen that hole in the ground, why Bill he just stood with his mouth open, too dumbfounded to speak. But be- PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING We have taken over the Phono- graph Repairing Business of the FULTON FIX-IT SHOP Also Key Fitting and other light repairing. We have a complete line iof these parts and supplies, in con- nection with our Typewriter Repair Department, and are pre- pared to give you prompt and efficient service. Walter P. Smythia PHONE 393 N. Belknap St.—1st Bldg. South Chandler's Cream Station TYPEWRITER AND PHONO- GRAPH REPAIRING, KEY FITTING, ETC. Room and Board FOR MEN AND BO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 January 1927

~V" 1HECR0SS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE—PHONE 36 —FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate your trade and want to be of more service to you. HOLT'S DRUG STORE PHONE 71—NORTH SIDE SQUARE PLOWBOYS WIN EASILY FROM WESLEY PANTHERS (Continued from page 1) , Harrell, McDonald, Young, Ward, Blankenship, Hart, Stover, Pointer, Kirkland, Williams, J, Ray, George, and Gandy. Cheered on by the small squad of rooters, the Plowboys were determined to get revenge for the pre- vious night's. defeat. The Weather ford team is coming over here soon for two more games, and then we will know who is the best team. First "Game The game started off with Tarleton in the lead, but soon the Coyotes be gan to drop them in. Hearne, center for the Coyotes, dropped in four field goals in the first half. The score at the end of the half was 15-13 in favor COLLEGE TAILOR SHOP We Appreciate Your Business . PHONE 244 SUTTLE& TUCKER PERRY BROS. Students, try our Fountain Drinks HOT CHOCOLATE a SPECIALTY WE APPRECI...

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