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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1927

football champions how about basketball champions I VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 4, 1927. NUMBER 1-7. PLOWBOYS SPLIT PAIR WITH HORNETS Its been suggested that a change be made in our alphabet. It would be nice wouldn't it ? We could leave out the I. 0. U.'s. I've heard that prohibition is too heavy si load. I guess it must be— the country seems to be staggering under it. Health specialists say that a man's hair and a man's teeth are his best friends, but even the best of friends will fall out. As I watched the Plowboys playing the Hornets last Saturday night, I noticed a fellow who continually sat down". He sat down every time either I team' called "time out." He never opened his mouth when we gave a yell. He' simpTy waferretrtli^'YaHie; (part of the time). * You probably think from the above description that this fellow is surely not a Tarleton student. You are mis- taken. He is, or rather he wears the uniform, meets his classes, etc., but, is he a true Tarletonite? I wil...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1927

ONYETARLETON- COMETO SEE US We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE —— ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephtirrills, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, THE TAMING OP THE CREW EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief.— Associate Editor Assistant Editor . Sports Editor, _W, C. Wilcox „_..Wayne Kay ..Jack Overton ..Rex George Exchange Editor ..... — Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser — Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ... Assistant Business Manager ...Jim Bridges —Paul Allen REVOLT FOR THE SAKE OF REVOLT In browsing among our numerous exchange pagers we found the following article from "The Dartmouth." It is exceptionally well written and also exceptionally to the point. The writer has the exact college situation in mind and portrays it well. We pass it on to you as well worth your time. One of the peculiar things to be noticed in Hanover is the never-ceasing spirit of revolt against prescribed stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1927

i "■ Kl i; • STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FKIE NDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-M00DY & HENSARUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE ESSAY ON EXPERIENCE Everybody has to learn by their own experience. No matter how many peo pie you see fall down on slippery pay- ments, the only sensation you get out of it is plezzure until you fall down on one yourself and realize it has a pane- fill side to it. After that wen you see some body take a flop on the ice you know enuff to be glad it's not you, thus adding to the. plezzure. The best way tq tell if the water in the battub is hotter than you think, is by the ixperience of sticking part of one toe in ferst, because if it berns your toe wat would it do to the ma- jority of your body? If you eat pickels and ice cream and fried tomatoes and get a ferse akeing, the ixperience will teetch you to eat some other mixture next time, but on the other hand if you eat it and noth- ing happens you awt to ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 February 1927

THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE—PHONE 36 —FAMOUS FOR THEIR VALUES- We appreciate your trade and Want to be of more service to you. PHONE 71—NORTH SIDE SQUARE HINTS FROM P. S. DEPART- MENT Newman Smith has been a vis- itor of the hospital the last few days. Oh, you chicken pox! How- ever, the main thing he missed was a test over the book in P. S. Miss Alyne Scott of Dublin was the week end guest of Miss Lil- lard. She comes over twice a week and takes lessons from Miss Lillard. We are hoping she de- cides to come to Tarleton as a reg- ular student soon., The problem is solved at last! If you want suetion with Miss Lillard, just pass the chevying gum around. THE BACHELOR'S ROOMMATE It is he that so provokes me, Teases, punches, slams, and soaks me, Blacks my eyes and almost croaks me, With his gentle playful tricks. He's the one that so inspires me, Forces, drives, compels, and fires me, To .dark blue words you'd not de- sire me, , Along with these light words to mix. i Without ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1927

• FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS HOW ABOUT BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 11, 1927, NUMBER 18, The writer of this column has been on a vacation of over a year. He has been busy the first semester, and had his time taken up with other things. Recently there have appeared in the J-Tac two articles by the same name written by another person and—they were good. However, we like to get back in the old harness again and let you have both barrels. pep This column is devoted mainly to Pep talks—little sermons, if you will have it that way,, on our Pep and ath- letics in general. , . pep First, to begin with so that you and I will understand each other more thoroughly, let me give you my fa- mous diagnosis of the word PEP. "We have an abundance of PEP, which expressive little word stands for power, pluck, punch, patience and purpose, so far as the P's are con- cerned. PEP likewise means enthusi- asm, endurance, efficiency, and experi- ence. That takes care of the E's. Pep is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1927

ONYETARLETON- COME TO SEE US • We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE . ' , ■ ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenrille, 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.... JVV. C. Wilcox .....Wayne Kay ..Jack Overton Rex George ....Jack Abbott Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Jim Bridges —Paul Allen THE NEW SEMESTER An Editorial The new semester has just started. A week ago today-the old, with its cares and worries, its joys and sorrows passed: out. Many of .us are disheartened and blue about our work. Though any time is a dangerous time in college life, any time is a time of falling by the wayside, it appeal's that there is no other time when students lose heart to a more complete extent than when the old semester ends. It is only natural that a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1927

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIE NDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE "May I come over to sec you?" the baseball pitcher telephoned his girl. "I'm not playing today; I have a sore arm." "Then why bother to come over?" sweetly replied the maid. Elderly teacher: "What tense do I use when I say I am beauti- ful?" Student: "Remote tense." Miss Ellis: "You can't sleep in my class." Ince: "I know it. I've been trying it for half an hour." THE NIGHT HAWKS OREN H. ELLIS General Insurance Phone 379 Office Over Latham's Pate Bros. Barber Shop and Beauty Parlor 5 Barbers—no long waits APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS DR. A. 0. CRAGWALL Office Phone 213 and 8 ■> Residence Phone 299 Be Like Columbus- Take A Chance Don't Stop Till You Loc-ate At Porter's Barber Shop ~TT FOR GROCERIES— We have just the things you need and want, and at prices that are right,—and the ser- vice is the best to be had. FRANK HE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 February 1927

THE (10SS 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 "AINT WE GOT PHUN?' That intangible something which1 brings a cheerful expression to the face is all powerful. The child reads the "funny paper" and rejoices in the triumph of its spe- cial hero. The boys just starting out in the fifth grade is influenc- ed by the "tramp jokes" or the comic strips. Later on we run across an age that reads "Uncle Billy's Whiz Bang." This is not the best of literature, yet it holds a place in influencing the youth of our country. Later, on a certain age delights in the newspaper-and Literary Digest type of humor. ■ Have you e.ver stopped to think how big a part such words as joy, happiness, delight, gladess and others play in our daily activities ? From the cradle, or crawling per- iod, to the end of our understand- ing, laughter is always considered essential. What causes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1927

Jk SENIOR ISSUE NEXT VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 18, 1927. NUMBER 19. PLOWBOYS TRADE OUT WITH N. T. A. C. HORNETS HONOR ROLL FOR TERM IS LARGE—63 The semester honor toll as present- ed below is almost as large as the one for a corresponding term last year. Sixty-three names appear on the pres- ent roll, while sixty-eight were on the list at the close of the first semester last year. Herewith is a list of the students who made "B" or better in all subjects for the first semester: Adams, Hallie Baize, Jewell Bohannon, Maud Brantley, Helen Brown, Pearl Elizabeth Chumney, Eva Claris, Rowena Coon, Vera Coueh, J. R. Creighton, Kathleen Crouch, Edna Crouch, Mary Belle Currie, Beatrice Dukes, Hope , Edgar, Zeddie Emert, Clarissa Fallin, Ruby Ficken, B. A. Florence, Eunice Foote, James Frey, Joe Gaither, Mildred George, Rex Ging, Louise Grisham, Jewell Hammock, Loren Hams, Leola Hart, Weldon Head, Lessie Hickey, Mildred Hiler, J. L. Holton, Hortense Hosford, R. L. Howell, Mildred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1927

ON YE TARLETON- COME TO SEE US We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered as second-class mail matter at the postofflc® in Stephenvillfl, 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 BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Irene Ellis ..Jim Bridges Paul Allen THE SEMI-FINAL This is our semi-final edition. For a period of several weeks, the J-Tac is to be placed1 in the hands of the various organizations about school. Each year the J-Tac turns over a limited number of issues to the student body to be used for this organization work. We hope that you will take an interest in your issue and endeavor to make it best. In past years there has been much competition in this matter. The Seniors take the first issue. What they do ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1927

STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE HIE NDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade P HONE 244-MOODY & HENSARUNG QUALITY MERCHANDISE DEAN DAVIS CLEARED IN MINORITY REPORT (Continued from page 1) nurses' salaries for the John Tarleton Junior Agricultural College, yet it is alleged that more than three thousand dollars ($3,000) are collected each year from a student blanket tax under the pretenst of collecting a medicine and hospital fee; and Whereas, Since, the citizens of Erath county, where the John Tarleton Jun- ior Agricultural College is located, seeing anji knowing that said College is being damaged and retarded in its growth under its present manage- ment; and since the citizens of said county and-adjoining counties are de- manding that their representatives and senators instigate investigation proceedings that will relieve the Col- lege from it3 embarrassing situation; and Whereas, It is necessary to investi- gate our educational institutions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 February 1927

THECROSS DRUGSTORE 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 u .1 v.J PLOWBOYS TRADE OUT WITH N. T. A. C. HORNETS (Continued from page 1) with Grubbs. Fitzgerald was high point man of the game with 11 points, Mathews eame next with 8 points. Mc- Cullough of the Hornets got nine points. The Grubbs rooters put up quite a fuss when Big Jess was taken out, but still we scored on them. Tarleton Player FG Fitzgerald, F 4 Houghton, F 2 Mathews, C 4 Davis, G Irwin, G 1 Gill, G ... FT 3 3 2 1 1 PF 1 3 2 4 1 2 TP 11 7 8 2 3 1' DEAN DAVIS IS CLEARED IN MINORITY REPORT 11 10 13 32 Grubbs Player FG FT PF TP McCuIlough, F 4 1 9 Hill, F 3 1 3 7 Ikard, C 2 2 4 Hunter, G 4 Butler, G " 113 3 Dickey, F l 2 Hayes, G l 11 3 13 25 1 pound box Eline's Cordial Cher ries, regular $1.25; this week for 75c Barhajm's Confectionery State Champions We are for you—On Ye Tarleton Clark's Feed Store...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 1927

Seniors '27 J i •'-i VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 25, 1927. NUMBER 20. SENIOR CLASS SENIORS, SPEND YOUR MONEY WHEN? WHERE? HOW? Now! To back your candidates for the popularity' contest which opens Tuesday morning. Ask yourself who could look better on our pages in the annual than Miss Lucille Heron, Mr. Bern Allen, and Mr. Max Menzies, our truest representatives of Tarleton. You have heard save! save! save! all year from our Dean, so now cut loose the strings from your savings for a few days and show these juniors that even though they do have some good representatives like Miss Betty Burleson, Mr. John Patton, and Mr. Carrol Murrey, they just don't have what "it takes to put 'em over! A penny buys a vote! Many pennies buy more votes, and, seniors, its More Votes That We Need. * 27 " — - 7 - MRS. FIELDS OP HASKELL HONORED AT LUNCHEON The Twentieth Century Club and The Campus Club entertained with a very pretty luncheon at one o'clock Thursday, February 17, in honor of Mrs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 1927

ON YE TARLETON- COME TO SEE US We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE — —ON YE TARLETON OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS Entered aa 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 , _W. C. Wilcox Wayne Kay ..Jack Overt on Sports Editor Rex George Exchange Editor - - Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser..,. - Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager .Jim Bridges Assistant Business Manager : .Paul Allen SENIOR EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor ......... Lynn Woodward Carl McKelvy Sports Editor : James Neely Exchange Editor : - Jewell Moore Faculty Advisers Mrs, Woodward, Mr. Hale BUSINESS STAFF - Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Chester Barnes A. D. Pettit Editorial What is the purpose behind your education? Is it the gaining of social associations and advantages, the obtaining of professional training, or the acquiring of knowle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 1927

-K u si -■ ■■I; 1 r \-\ 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 WAITERS WAIL The new semester brought new table hops to our midst. We,hated to see our old friends go, but we were glad that our other friends came. Jim Gardner, Rip Holten and Peanut Harbison are now out from under the protection of our, INSURANCE ' of all kinds for every need—your business appreciated J. C. Ward Ins. Agency We Are Backing the Seniors of '27 as the best class in history Clark's Feed Store PERRY BROS. Girls we have a new selection of memory books. Come and see them. Boys the baseball goods have just arrived'. The season will soon be here. Let us supply you. PERRY BROS. SPECIAL RATES —Which means lower' prifces on driverless cars during the week. Grundy Fenner Phone 7—We Meet All Trains The most Beautiful line HAT SHAPES, FLOW- ERS AND MATERIAL for making HATS—The latest style a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 February 1927

K \ . ■ V v... THE CROSS 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 1- V HISTORY OF SENIOR CLASS (Continued from page 1) officers and to Mi*. Rankin and Mrs. Woodward, our faculty advisers. In athletics our heroes became valu- able men. We did our part toward winning State championship. We were highly represented in the pep squad and in the band. Robert William was elected most military man. This was the first time in the history of the institution that a Junior had won in the popularity contest. One of the most novel and unique affairs of the year was the Junior class party at the gymnasium. An- CALL FRANKHENSQN For anything in the line of Groceries. We have it WE DELIVER Phones Res. 551-331 Office 330 A. J). FULBRIGHT REALTY CO. REAL ESTATE, RENTALS, LOANS AND INSURANCE , !P, O. Box 532 Steplienville, Texas SENIORS—DON'T FAIL PHONE 12 ■ Eats, Meats, Vege...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 March 1927

TAC The J N VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY-fS; 1927. NUMBER 21 Basketball Champions 4-4-4-4-4- + + 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- t LISTEN PLOWBOY t 4- 4- + + + + + 4 + + This week when I say "Listen Plow- boy" I mean largely "Listen Junior." And why not? Hasn't the basketball season just ended? And wasn't the Plowboy cage team composed largely of Juniors? Fitzgerald was the only one in the starting line-up last Satur- day night who was a non-Junior. Glover, who substituted for Fitzgerald was a Junior. However, Seniors, Sophs and Freshmen are allowed to look in if they wanta. 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- + + 4-4-4-4-4- 4- + 4- JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY + + + 4-4- + 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- + 4- But seriously now, Juniors, what we need is more teamwork. There,,are, I believe, 438 members of the Junior class, and at a recent class meeting, about 138 of them were pres- ent. It was an important meeting, too. How are you to know about the affairs of your class if you do not at- tend its functions? Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 March 1927

ON YETARLETON- I COME TO SEE US ■We Are For You SERVICE DRUG STORE ON YE TARLETON OUE STORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS i Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffiee; in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Editor in Chief. Associate Editor .... Assistant Editor Sports Editor. EDITORIAL STAFF -W, C. Wilcox -Wayne Kay - - Jack Overton Rex George Exchange Editor . Jack Abbott Faculty Adviser ...„ Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF ..Jim Bridges Paul Allen Business Manager Assistant Business Manager JUNIOR EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Kenneth Williams' Associate Editor , Merl Blackstock Assistant Editor Frank Moore Sports Editor Edward Hargrove Exchange Editor Dave MeCIaren OUR CAMPUS Have you noticed that the campus is becoming green, with a little air of preparation for the coming spring? Of course you have thought of it since that announcement in chapel, and you intend to keep off the grass when it becomes green — when it becomes green. But gras...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 March 1927

/'I ^^■'■- 'V,' :' STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE Where People always come Back to Trade QUALITY MERCHANDISE Why Should We All Reverence March 2? Just what does March the second mean to you, and what should it mean to you? Does it simply mean a holi- day that will give you the privilege of enjoying- yourself? Do you ever think of what that day should mean to you and what it meant to our fore- fathers the day they rebelled against Mexico's tyrannical government ? Do you ever stop to think how courageous and how determined these men must have been to look at the powerful Mexican armies, as weak as they themselves were, and say, "We de- nounce such a government; we are no longer a part of it." Who knows, save the Almighty, what Texas would to- day be, had not these men expressed themselves at this time. It might have been taken by some European power, or it might have stayed in the hands of the Mexicans for s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 March 1927

THE CROSS 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 TRY IT YOURSELF Because we are not witty, Because we have no jokes, Because we print no stories That please you funny folks, You sigh and groan and grumble, And fling us on the shelf, MORAL! Gentle reader— Just write a bit yourself. The most Beautiful line HAT SHAPES, FLOW- ERS AND MATERIAL for making HATS—The latest style at LIVINGSTON RACKET STORE Dr. W. D. Turner EXCLUSIVE OPTOMETRIST Satisfaction Guaranteed—Lens Changed Over Stephenville State Bank ROCK BARN—SERVICE CARS All Brand New With or Without Drivers Night and Day—Never CIom Gm and 00, Storage, Trunk Hauling GRUNDY FENNER PHONE 7 CLOSE—CONVENIENT / College Barber Shop GOOD WORK We Appreciate Your Trade ROY M. POINTER, Proprietor DR. J. S. DANIEL LICENSED OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested—Glasses Fitted Next to Farmers First Natl. Bank First Class Servi...

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