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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1927

Ex-Students' J-TAC VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 15, 1927. NUMBER 27. 444444444444444444 4 4 •f PLEA FOR EX-STUDENTS' 4 4 ASSOCIATION 4 ♦ + ++++++++++++++++++ The Ex-Students' Association of Tarleton is composed' of all who have ever attended Tarleton, whether they graduated or not. In reality there is an automatic organization of Tarleton exes, because the very fact of attend- ing this particular college makes one a member of a sort of invisible broth-' 1 erhood. The Tarleton spirit is some- thing that lasts, Whether there is an active association or not. But a real working organization means simply that when a student leaves the doors of this institution he will not lose trace of his friends. If there were no Ex-Students' Association, a great many of us would lose our friends of college days, not because they are less dear to us now than they were when we were in school, but simply because there is no way to keep track. Ad- dresses change, we forget where such and such a one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1927

I . ON YE TARLETON COME TO SEE US We Are,For You SERVICE!DRUG STORE „ • ■" • ON YE TARLETON OUR 3TORE IS HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW STUDENTS * Entered aa second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenyille, Texas, under the Act of "Congress of March 3, 1879. ; , EDITORIAL STAFF Editor in Chief—. Associate Editor, Assistant Editor . Sports Editor Bxchange Editor. Faculty Adviser__ _.W. C. Wilcox —..Wayne Kay -Jack Overton —Rex George ...Jack Abbott —..Irene Ellis Business Manager Assistant Business Manager* BUSINESS STAFF ..Jim' Bridges —Paul Alien EX-STUDENTS' STAFF Editor All Contributing Exes .... . ; ,Irene Ellis .... Honorary Members SHALL THE TARLETON SPIRIT BIE? Are you going to let the spirit that has characterized the Tarleton student body for sq many years die? How are, you—students and, we trust, lovers of Tarleton and) its tradition—going to answer this question? Will you stfind by and allow little personal pleasures and petty campus love affairs to dim the spirit of a g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1927

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE THE FRIENDLY STORE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING BIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE . * . . Where People Always Come Back to Trade QUALITY MERCHANDISE TARfcETONONTOP IS BOAST OF ALL THE EX-STUDENTS , When speaking of Junior Colleges, Tarleton naturally takes first place. Why? We just take it for granted and go on. But there is something— i several things that put a school, a person, a business, or anything at the , top of the ladder. When one spends two years in and . around Tarleton, he learns that his heart can have two loves. Not only can he find a little fairy in blue—or a prince in khaki—but he also finds a different kind of love—the love for his school, its associations, and what it stands for. ' He doesn't find cliques and clans here as he does in other schools. He has a feeling of brotherhood for all the other students. He has a word of greeting for every one he meets be- i cause he is in one big fraternity. The democracy that is here at Tarleton is ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 April 1927

>■ EXES IN THE OIL BELT /■ Doc Lanning, one of Tarleton's leading athletes in the years '19 to '%1, is coach at Eliasville, Texas. Miss Louise Matheny is also a teacher in Eliasville. Carlton "Red" Downing is now teaching in Albany. It might be added that "Red" finally entered Matrimonial Lane, Poor girl! Slie }ias our sympathy. You know What that red hair of his stood for, , Misses Mary Sansing, Winnie ,■ Burnett and John Cunningham are ' Breckenridge teachers. Miss Lucy King is teaching music in Breck- etiridge also. Joe Thiele and New- man Hailey are bookkeepers in that city. "Speck" Cowart and "Squint" Kimbrough are doing oil field work around Caddo. Joe Downing is a science teacher in. Caddo high school and acting as assistant coach. Now what do you think of that? It is rumoreid that the notorious DR. A. 0. CRAGWAIA Office Phone 213 and 8 : Residence Phone 299 OREN H. ELPS General Insurance Phone §'79 Office Over Latham's Dr. J. S. Nutt DENTIST, X-Ray Pictures of all Kinds T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1927

;"V ' /- b , \ ^ ' ; V-v': *" r# I •:■'.> VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL .22, 1<|27. NUMBER 28. •: i f' 1 . v' /-. 'Xv . I : Jtfc STUDENT REVIVAL AT TARLETON IS Last Sunday afternoon at 3^00 p. m., the first Student Revival ever, held in Tarleton began, majority of the Although a large students had gone home, a,' good crowd of students and people of the community were present. Mrs. Flowers talked at this time and, also at the evening service. Mr. Flowers was scheduled to speak , Monday night but because of bad roads was unable to reach/here before Tuesday morning1. He spoke Tuesday night to a good crowd and his message was thoroughly enjoyed by all, . Students, this is your meeting. Are you doing your bit to help put it over ? If you cannot help in any other way, you ! can help cpnsiderably by attend- ing every service possible. Let's get behind the preacher and behind the different committees arid help to make this a success. Let our aim be "Christ, Master of My Life." J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1927

1~— J'l N. V, • . i \ ;;>,V v.'""; i'-,' '■ ■ v!- V: ;■•/ y\ . ON YE TARLETON COME TO SEE US ■ We Are For You \ ' ~ on ye tarleton 5PR Viri? n.D ITr CPlace your order now for Mother's Day oHii V illi Jiil U u . u i UlICi King's and Panglburn's Candy ' SAUCE ABOUT APPLESs 'Entered as,second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas,1 under the Act, of Congress of March 8, 1879. Editor, in'Chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor . Bports Editor Exchange Editor. Faculty Adviser„ EDITORIAL STAFF _W, C. Wilcox ......Wayne Kay -Jack Overton Rex George ....Jack Abbott ..—..Irene Ellis BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager ..J .... „Jim Bridges Paul Allen THE BATALLION STAFF Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager :.~ Sports Editor Carl McKelvy James Neely Andrew Kendrick v.. Bob Williams Glay McCoy A. D. Pettit , - EDITORIAL 7 ' ■ • Why?;;" ■ ■; ' i Why are you a college student today? jWas it your1 fathe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1927

' : /••• ''i-.v..---: f ,, I' •i' i-- ■ \ Ha i . ■ { r: • ■ / S\ , x ■' ;.S'V • i / ' , : We suppose you will spend it about like thousands of other boys. Some will be working, others playing; these are the. two essentials if you want to grow into a happy, useful citizen. , ( ' , • ^ But will you participate in these two essentials to the proper degree? . Uncle Sam has a plan for young men between 17 and 31. A course in character building and in physical training—every ■ « boy thriyes in these camps. i ' , Uncle Sam Offers You the Best Vacation You Ever In the Citizens' Military Training Camps are found only boys of the highest moral standing, boys who are mentally and phy- sically fit—real red-blooded Americans. . ^ The staff of instructors and assistants are the cream of the United States Army—they are men who understand youth, and 1 character building, who can control youngmen without harsh methods. ■•■.Think of studying citizenship, history, tactics, map- reading, etc. Learning ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 April 1927

1 / ■■■■ A. STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX-YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE \ ' Where People Always Come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARL1G QUALITY MERCHANDISE : + + + ++ + + + + + 4- + if ++ ■ -f, + + FORT FKOLICS + -f - -4- ♦ ♦ + •**++** + + + + +'+ + + Attention! Present arms! The Fort Battalion is passing in review. Down at the Fort we have one of the best drilled battalions in the South. In fact, it has won prizes as far north as Grubbs. We have a parade almost every " evening and we would appreci- ate -very much to see some of our fair neighbors from the Dump out to re- view the parade, before long. The personnel of the battalion consists of Col. Bern Joyce (Cmdg)., Lt.-Col. S.'B. Middleton, Maj. Dunkin Bozo, Gapt.- Adj. Carl Brantley;, Company Com- mander, Capt. Von Bob Livingstein. The field music'is composed of Fresh- men Finley, Bozo, Glazner, and others of equal merit. The White House is '' ably represented by "Suds", "George", Barney, and-James, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 April 1927

COMPANY"A" EDITION H IriSBiniH WM IV KHiKO 89^mlraWfflWjt' Jlilf, . htMtismmMmM,... M ■If -k. *<• fj. fr) ri<«nwwMlmWmfm/tlfn >. " 1$ v-,r 1 VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 29, 1927. NUMBEll 29. PLOWBOYS DROP TWO TO GRUBBS * + + + + ♦♦++++ + + + + + -♦- + * j LISTEN PLOWBOY? 4-f+ + + + + + + + -f-f + '+- + + -f + What arts you doing about our base- ball team 7 Arc you taking Uefent- eveil from Grubbs—with a smile, a shrug? Or are you going to the team, slopping them on the back, and tolling them to stay in there and fight—that you arcs behind them ? Which is the better, truer college life—sitting around on the benches with your girl, getting selfishly what you cun out of life, and getting by with a nariow margin on your studies, or thinking inoi'i: of tho collcgo you are a part of. striving to do what is right for the honor of Tarleton rather than for personal gain, pulling for various college (it livitius, and, especi- ally, out baiking that ball team, that traik team,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 April 1927

MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 8th- KING CHOCOLATES PLACE YOUR ORDER.NOW FOR MOTHER'S DAY CANDY SERVICE DRUG STORE pangburn-s chocolates Entered as second-class mail matter at the postofltee 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. Business Manager Assistant Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF _W, C, Wilcox Wayne Kay -Jack Overton Rex Georgfe —Jack Abbott -Irene Ellis Jim Bridges Paul Allen COMPANY A EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Sports Editor Exchange Editor . _ BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Ersel Acock Assistant Butjincufi Manager ... Paul Marr -J. Louis HiJer - Virgil Bowers . Jack Abbott . - Ned White DRAMATIZATION OF "THE PIED PIPER OF HAMLIN" EDITORIAL Through the efforts of Doan Davis, Parents' Days have been estab- lished as an annual affair. Many of our parents will bo here that day to visit us and to learn more about the school w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 April 1927

WARI WAR! CIVIL WAR IN FORT JOHN In the dead hours of the night the Coon el Rave the alarm. A distress signal was sent out. The loyal members, obedient to the call, fell out in—well, we won't nay what kind of uniforms they wore, but in their hearts there wag only one ambition and that was to stand up for the Fort through night and day, rain and shine, ar- tillery and gorilla warfare. On the front of our Fort was flying the moat despiaable, black, degrad ing: of all llags. It wag a flag of , Mt. Vernon. Hand to hand bat- tles began. A heroic fellow from Grandviow, a Mr. White whose name will go down in history made a bravts and daring journey thru a strong1 volley of artillery firo of mud and ,stones, and saved the Fort from disgrace by tearing from Its mast the Mt. Vernon flag. LOW DOWNS Finley does not believe in S. A-insr at Tarleton. But wait un- til he goca home—or to DeLeonI Fish Glazner was heard to say in his sleep the other night, "Say, gimme a little kiss, won't you, Blondy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 April 1927

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING SIX YEAES SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE QUALITY MERCHANDISE Where People Always Come Back to Trade A SURRENDER Captain Bob Williams was out rid- ing on his horse one afternoon during the period of war between "A" Com- pany and "B" Company. An ho was crossing a valley some few miles away from his camp and men, he saw Com- pany "B" encampcd on u lull not far away. Company "B"' was preparing for a surprise attuck on "A" Company Captain Wlleux was giving final in- structions to his men before entering the battle. Captain Williams decided to eapturo B Company while he had such a good chance, So he kept well hidddn in among the trees and began giving fiimmanda as if he were at the head of his company. "Prepare for battle," —"Load," he commanded. The effect was astonishing. "B" Company was completely demoralized. The men fell to their knees and prayed for protec- tion, The offieeis held a short con- sultation and decided ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1927

- V The Blue Chambray '4,{>!<■ \ A VW^Vv ■&'■ i VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 6, 1927. NUMBER 30. Parents' Day Program Great Success ♦ *♦ + 4. + ++ + + + + + + + + + ♦ "f > HONOR BOLL ♦ ♦ ♦ +++♦*++++♦+++++++ The following is the honor roll for the second preliminary report of the second semester. We are proud that there are i)4 names on this report: Adams, I Inllle Allen Thesel Aycock, Ercel Baize, Jewell Barrmgton, Willie Belle Bramlett, Curtia Bramlett, Herman Butlor, Rex Cox, Kowc.nu Cone, Hill Cook, Cora Coon, Vera Couch. J, R. Creighton, Kathleen Crouch, Edna Currio, Beatrice Dewald, George Dukes, Hopo Eftsterling, Lewis Edgar, R. A. Edgar, Coddle Elrod, Ilda Fitzgerald, J. W. Florence, ffunice Pootc, James Fowler, Thelma Frey, Joe Gaither, Mildred George, Rex Ging, Louise Clover, Clinton Graves, Mrs. Doyle Hammock, E. C. Hancock, Velma Harris, Lcola Hartsfield, W. B. Head, Leasie Hearon, Lucille Hickey, Mildred Hiler, JJ. Louis Holley, Vernon Holton, Hortense ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1927

MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 8th- KING CHOCOLATES PLACE YOUR ORDE R NOW FOR MOTHER'S DAY CANDY SERVICE DRUG STORE pangbubn-s chocolates Ae JJ=^/ac Entered aa second-class mail matter at the postolllce 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 Jim Bridges Assistant Business Manager Paul Allen THE BLUE CHAMKRAY CO-ED EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Lynn Woodward Associate Editor Lucile liearon Assistant Editor Ruby Little Exchange Editor - * Facultty Adviser . BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Mary Dearie Yeager Laura Fellman Mildred Ilowell Elizabeth Burleson EDITORIAL This twentieth century is characterized by free- dom of women—a physical, an intellectual, and a spiritual freedom. We may say that the old "dou- ble standar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1927

TARLETON WINS FOUR OUT OF FIVK GAMES PLAYED (Continued from page 1) must piny IIillnb( ro Junior College a series. If wc win from Hills boro, wo win Lhe cbampmnahifi—if wc lose one, wc will have to plsiy Grubbs three fnure (fames. But back to the game— Speedy Dims oponud lor the Plow- boya, and the "famous" Dickey, the in- vincible opfiiud fur Grubbs. Having tanted of Dickey before, mid knowing' of hit. prowt-as, the Plowboys decided to hit him out of the box by the tuxlh liming, wim b tbt*y did in jrrand stylo and won 12-10 Ford and JVIaastfy Jed ill hitting1 -wilb four hits apiece, Ford a single, two double* and a triple in six trips to bat, while MufSHL'y f?(>t three singlus, a double and a walk oul of six trips McCulliick of the iiorn«tH led Ihem with a triple, two muffles, and u walk out of five trips. Hantur, their left fielder, hit u homer over right held in the flint inning. First irtmnif. Ford stilkes out. Rurks out frrtit uiihh tutted Williumtt out hSi'ond to first No h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 May 1927

STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE Where People Always Come Back to Trade PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING QUALITY MERCHANDISE THE MAY FETE (Continued from page 1) effective. The first division of the Pageant consisted of the arrival of the guests. The picturesque costumes of the guests from the various nations formed a motley group. The repre- sentatives from each nation appeared to have juat arrived from their native land. The spritely animal:! and the little Blue Bonnets played around the court. The procoSBionai was very long and impressive. The Court Jester amused the crowd with his pranks. The Old Woman Who Lived in the Shoe brought her children, and they all crawled into their respective places in the shoe. The Manter of Ceremonies, Miss Gay Caudle, wast Lite first an- nounced in the Queen's Processional, and then Lord Tarleton, Miss Beatrice Ruekcr, followed. Queen Verne of the House of McKay was then presented as the Quocn of May. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1927

■Y- \ i Jh THE BAND ISSUE VOLUME 7 STEPHENYILLE, TEXAS, MAY 13,1927. NUMBER 31. TARLETON WINS STATE TRACK MEET BAND WILL LEAVE TOMORROW FOR WICHITA FALLS , For a number of years the Tarleton Band has entered the band contests which are offered under the auspices of tlje West Texas Chamber of Com"-' merce. The first contest of this na- ture that our band took part in was at San Angelo in 1923. We competed against such bands as that of Sim- mons and a band from Lamesa of ' forty pieces and were awarded the first prize which was $250.00 in cash. Since then we have taken part in every contest offered by this organiz- ation with the exception of the one in 1926 which wag held in Amarillo and each time the band has been a prize winner. On the 16th of May of this year the contest will take place in Wichita Falls and the band is ripw making ar- rangements ,to enter in the college class. It is understood that the bands of Grubbs and Allen Academy will also enter. Both of these bands are ' lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1927

TRY OUR COLD DRINKS PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR GRADUATION GIFTS SERVICE DRUG STORE THE PART BANDS PLAY IN MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Stephenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor in Chief™ Associate Editor Assistant Editor.. Sports Editor Exchange Editor. Faculty Adviser— EDITORIAL STAFF _W. C. Wilcox Wayne ICay _Jack Overton Rex George Jack Abbott _™„Irene Ellis Business Manager Assistant Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF „Jim Bridges Paul Allen Editor-in-Chief THE BAND EDITORIAL S^TAFF Chester Barnes Associate Editor _ ..... ...1, Morton Brooks Assistant Editor .L Andrew Kendrick Sports Editor ~1 Eugene Livingston Exchange Editor _ Deaton Moorhouse Faculty Adviser . „ D. G. Hunewell BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager.-, . . Mike Killough Assistant Business Manager c ...... h J. B. Frey EDITORIAL Since its organization some years ago the Tareton Military Band has enjoyed a large measure of success. It has playe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1927

K :u., JIMMIE SAYS: Some men do, so little and keep from studying so well that they never hav$ to furnish an alibi. At the age of six she makes faces at him rat the age. of six- teen she makes up her face for him. Being conceited is the only sat- isfaction some people get out of life. Some girls use dumb-bells to put color in their cheeks, others put color on their cheeks to get dumb- bells. < , We owe a great deal to chemiS' try; for instance, we owe a great many of our blondes. It is better to have loved a short than never to have loved a tall. Ealloon trousers should have sat- isfied men's craving for the wide open spaces. ' A Tarleton student should nev- er forget why he is here—someone might ask him. Have you heard of the man who washed the cat's teeth and put himself out the back door? Well, he is kinda like Mr, Hunewell who, standing up. in1 the bath tub said, "Now what am I here for?" —Jimmie Skinner, Baylor Bear Band (altered.) OREN H. ELLIS General Insurance Phone 379 O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 May 1927

'Cv ' STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE QUALITY MERCHANDISE i Where People Always Come Back to Trade CROWLEY'S BAND (Continued from page one) '■ concert in Lubbock and they are very enthusiastic over Lubbock's chance to win first place in the contest at Wichi- ta Falls. Last year this band lost first place by only two points and they ex- pect to do better this year. One man who heard Lubbock's young institution for the Arst time in concert had this to say: "Place Sousa's band on the stage in a playing pose. .Behind scenes have the Lubbock High School band play 'Stars and" Stripes Forever', and I dare say the audience will tear the roof off in approval, without detecting the source of the music." Crowley has indeed made a success and let's all be out and support a "Tarletonite" who .has upheld our ideals. TARLETON WINS IN TEXAS JUNIOR COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TRACK MEET (Continued from page one) third; Hou...

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