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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1927

Company "B" Issue Excellent Company '27 1 VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 20, 1927, NUMBER 32, Plowboys To Be Entertained * Capt. Barney Wilcox | There have been thousands of boys attend Tarleton College during its ex- istence. Yet among those- thousands, I dare say that there isn't a single boy better known, better loved, and better •respected than Captain Barney Wilcox. He is a man—every inch of him— from the tips of his shining boots, ^to the'top'of his hat. He has ever upheld clean, Wholesome competition. He is a dangerous rival, but always a friend, and above all, a good sport. He is ever on the right side of every issue, always holding the general welfare of Tarleton College as his guiding torch. His work for Tarleton has been earn- est and sincere. In his four years here, he has left nothing undone that, within his power, would bring honor and glory to the organization of which he is a part. His success is largely due to the fact that he intends to win in every undertaking—...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1927

TRY OUR COLD DRINKS PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR GRADUATION GIFTS SERVICE DRUG STORE Entered 3.3 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 JW. C. Wilcox Wayne Kay .Jack Overton _Rex George _Jack Abbott —Irene EJllis BUSINESS STAFF Bil^ttess Manager ... —_ Jim Bridges Assistant Business Manager „Paul Allen COMPANY 5 EDITORIAL STAFF E^tor-im-Chjef . A. D, PETTIT Associate Editor Willie Hurt Assistant Editor Kennith William^ Sports Editor .... — .. Truman Glover Exchange Editor Napoleon Boykin BUSINESS STAFF THE B. 8. U. COUNCIL Business Manager .... Assistant Business Manager Grady, Nance ..... Lasko Middleton EDITORIAL Why is Tarleton progressing faster than other junior colleges? This, is a qustion that is often put before students and ex-students of Tarleton. The student usually states that Tarleton's p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1927

-f + + -f -f + + -f -f -f -f + 4 • + + SENSE AND NONSENSE f / 4 • . : ■ + ' + ■ (By Texas Bill). -f + + +♦♦♦++♦+♦♦+*****♦ / Do we read editorials? Sometimes we do and sometimes we do not. Some- times when we read editorials we are often struck with the complexity of its meaning. In last week's J-Tac the 'WI editorial furnished food fpr refreshing thoughts., I agree with the writer in that the woman posses physical, in- tellectual, spiritual, and, I will add, . political freedom. I am glad to see the so-called "dou- ble standard" being done away with, bub I disagree with the writer about two things. First, the woman has no distinctive intuition. You will find that assertion only in novels and la- tlies? magazines. Let us call that word "intuition" by the name of "premo- nition" and you will find that men co«xe under his ban as well as women. Second, woman has no deeper insight into details than does a man. It was roan that had the great insight which established this government of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 May 1927

T STUDENTS EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARUNG SEX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE i Where People Always Come Back to Trade QUALITY MERCHANDISE BOOMERANG In the A Company edition there was an article that read as follows: "There was a lad by the name of barney, Who never drove a Ford, We went to drill one Friday morn, , And there he dropped his Swordey." ■—Oddfellow. Some intelligent B Company cadet has answered this little poem in the next few lines: "There was a young captain from Grandview "Bob" Williams was his name, Re cannot drill like he used to, And others will tell you the same." "Mickey, why. are you so sad and blue, a blonde could ne'er displace you ? " How 'bout it, Co'en ? Say fellows, don't you remember seeing a lotta remarks written all over the walk from here to the de- pot, about how good A Company was and how sorry B Company was, and all of them signed by C. B. S. Then to think of this dash- ing young gentleman balling up several movements...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1927

.v ; ■ 1 "v ■H- Jk T A R L ETON First, Last and All the Time! VOLUME 7 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 27, 1927. NUMBER 33. COMMENCEMENT WEEK PROGRAM ' IS ANNOUNCED Herewith find the official program for commencement week as announced from the office of the dean. The week begins Friday evening with the band concerts on the campus and ends with the commencement exercises at the gymnasium on Wednesday night. The program seems to be very com- plete and should satisfy the most criti- cal mind. We are to hear several very excellent speakers which we are all sure to enjoy. •■■■ It is hoped that a great number of ex-students will be present for the exercises. Excellent programs are planned for the entertainment of all exes on the campus. Announcements of commencement programs of John Tarleton Agricul- tural College, Stephenville, Texas, 1927: 1. Band concert on the campus each evening, May 27 to May 31, 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock. 2. Fine Arts Recital, Friday, May 27, 8:15 p. m. 3. Commencement serviqe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1927

TRY OUR COLD DRINKS PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR GRADUATION GIFTS SERVICE DRUG STORE 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 Kay Jack Overt on „Rex George Jack Abbott —Irene Ellis Business Manager Assistant Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF .Jim Bridges —Paul Allen EDITORIAL The year ia drawing to a clpse and the last issue of the J-Tac is out. In the last moment, the staff wishes to express its sincere ap- preciation for the, hearty co-operation given by the student, body in . making the College paper what it has this year been. The J-Tac is hot our product, students; it is yours. It is published for the stu- dents and by, the students,. True, we members of the staff have, per- haps?, worked a little harder than other students not on the staff, but we have enjoyed this work ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1927

TWO BEAR HUNTS . - I,- '""I* : -l' ■Ijr One day as Mr. Ferguson, who was on a camping trip, was out hunting . he came to a spring. Being thirsty- he leaned his gun against a tree and went to drink from the cool bubbling spring. When he had quenched his thirst, he turned to get his gun and proceed on his way. To his amaze- ment a big bear sat between his gun and him. He started to a small tree nearby, but the bear was so close that he could not stop to climb it. Mr. Ferguson became frightened and • started running. When he became cer- tain that the bear1 would get him, he saw a barrel in the shade of a nearby tree. He ran and jumped into this bar- rel and turned it down over him. The bear tried to turn the barrel over but could not. Being tired, the bear jumped upon top of the barrel and sat down. The bruin's tail dropped thru a big hole in the top and Mr. Ferguson tied it in a knot. When he drew the knot tight the bear jumped down and ran off in pain. Fortunately the knot in the bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 May 1927

STUDENT'S EXCHANGE. THE FRIENDLY STORE PHONE 244-MOODY & HENSARLING SIX YEARS SERVING THE COLLEGE PEOPLE QUALITY MERCHANDISE Where People Always Come Back to Trade CAWPUS,5CENE the REST of Us DWiNQ Senior WE TBANK YOU STUDENTS Our service will be just as good next year. May your vacation be a happy one. HUDGENS & HICKEY SAVERS WANTED Whenever we succeed in persuading an individual to be- come a saver of money we consider that we have conferred a benefit upon him and upon the community. WE WANT TO INTEREST MORE SAVERS FARMERS FIRST-NATIONAL BANK 44444444444444444 4 ■ , 4 4- FAR FETCHED FABLE 4 4 4 4-4-444-4- 4-4 4444444 + 4 ABOUT THIS TIME of year * * *' WHEN EVERYONE is impatient * * * FOR SCHOOL TO BE out and a * * ALL ARE MORE OR less * * * DISCOURAGED WITH college • * * LIFE AND ARE anxious for * * ♦_ A CHANGE OF some sort # if * MOST OF US FEEL as if we * * *' DON'T CARE IF WE never go * * ■ , TO COLLEGE AGAIN and we LOSE' OUR SECRET ambitious * * * I AM REMINDED of the ...

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

- : 'i, ■ ' " K ' :>P $ {t Vf®*'T*"". V6^JME7 • . C" ;. /STE!PH^y^f ^X^S, 10927^; NUMBER 34. 1 ' \) ■■" V-.'/ ■ J-; •,w3,/i^ "■ W^:h ■V',.,\ f; " ' 1®.;': -j ■ i-.- ' i ' ' i'; 1 ' ■, f ■'.. I:- SENIORS ENJOY I'lCNIC < AT COUNTRY CLUB LAKE Amid the wheezing; , oif Fords, the sputteringpf Chevrolets, and the pur- ;: .rjWig;- 'o£ 'filie: bigger ''nobility of the ;■ .'of "Carismi" tb& senior class foljpwe.d a' be^tep,country;, lane; which led to the duckPO^d as 'Club t^jsike;: Spine''stU(Jeiits; :"whp> had never i'i "tfceife before thought that it was •,; 'dwejf; ppnd, but, .when, they' saw the broa^/^p^ns^^ "pi; H20, they; JopKelj !varqund |pr tfte"Statu?oif .liberty. ; ^Fhere,'.yere ''aHlngs" and "ohings,'* ^bjle^the TOembers of the aquatic ex^ : peijit^ph', . ^Hinged" into.ithp cooling li'J'iid' of 'that moist body, of water. Thq^i-.nipre'timiqt flid vgehtly into, its ^k*sta ce, ajid bpisteritiusiy '2tf elium-: jbe "fine,"' TVhile th$y? , ,^ere gashing raway. their sins...

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

TRY OUR OOfcD DBIHfS UP-TO-DATE FOUNTAIN PLACE YOUE ORDER MOW FOR GRADUATION GIFTS SERVICE DRW STORE v FIRST CLASS, SERVICE ' i / «st the postoffice in Stephenville, ?3*d:as, unSer%e ^«St 6irGongre8s -of March 3,1879. Editor —......... , Associate .Editor . Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Jim Foote .Will Hurtt Jim Bridges mm . A'sSiataRt'BttMnesa Manager , Ruth Clark Faculty Adviser a——1 Irene Ellis \ REPORTERS ■' > , ®utih WeckteK, Mr. S'aftterson, lllte 0'Brien / ^he Teaeli^s Eesp^nsifeility M^hy <?f this class of sefiiors ^ijl, no doubt, fill positions as teach- .ej-iB ifexfc Therefore,-do not underestimate your profession; it 4s ijseccftt'd % no^e. The lawyer, doctor, and minister occupy high positions in our estimstion^but the teacher is even higher. ' = The 'teacher onay turn a -wayward, boy into ar great man. This has been witnessed numbers of times. A single incident 4.lay make a, Wilson out tof 'some iBreckle-faced, shaggy-haired 'boy. Tour example? is sure toibe rfi...

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

itfOET FJROLICS - The' Fort must ijot be left out of this issue. The only kind of, frolic that we are not in for is chasing rats in the middle of the night. We might even bring Yourselves to IB® the 'mtistp ereatcd byeating sotip'on Wednesday. There are seven members in the ; Fo^t, and all are dymb'-bells, with the ■ .exception of Red McGlaran—he is dumber-. , „■■ ■■.. "Fish" l Bogart does not- believe in love or tomato catsup. He is wholly against woman suffrage, and cannot stand salmons. > ! . . ^'Fish" Spill^r bplieves in- (prohi- bition, lingering adoration, and corns On'the toes., ;!Brcty sox-have noaippeal v for him; and 'he detests ifce cream, watermelons,, and grape Shewing gum. . '"Fisji". Ka\igherty heard that syrup ' '<gf$gted'.beauteous countenance. He 'fee^ps ^irii and Van "hopping" quite, regularly; 'that syr4p /ipitcher ju^t / wbn't stay, full!1 ...... . . The Fort Was in ;a'general uproar ;; f e other A great deal of "swap-r When Going- To Town • i'-:-- WareSe ...

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

•"? '• ,'"l; ' ' 'Vi'i *.'• Vk . It# SfllJDEm'S EXCIMGE, THE COOIJEST MOST FRIEND^ 'V PHONE 244 A SPECIALTY OF PLEASING SUMMER STUDENTS Where People Always Gome Baclc to Trad^ SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS (Continued from page 1) : ' : CqX, J«la : Av ' Cox, Jack Ray 1 Cox,Thoal Reese Cosiart; Cleo „ Oosart; Idella Alfreds , '.Y Creager, Ethel Crump, Thomas . Cude, Belnaa > Cunpirigh^m, J, B v. 1 . , Cupp,Richard ,v Currle, Beatrice Cypert, &oy*P. ' r Dale, Carroll Dale, Rose Ella , Davis, Era Lee V, ' : Pav^Fftye -s •( Davia,;LiIHe s ' ' Davis, Gma Mae Dav.i#* Stanley, Jr. Dawkins, Forney Derrick, JjuJa ' Doughtery, Allen Dowdy, Allie N. Do^dy/Gjrady; *. ' Doyle/Miry f . Duke, Mrs. D.M. Dupni povia' 'Durham, Lilian Elder* F*a$c H. • Elkiij^, Mrs. H, ; • .. Elliott, Flossie•, Elliott, Willie .. s 3311 ip# Anni - -V • &Ilis,.Lucy , " Elr«J, IJda . >■/. Kyan^rWaJter' J*ai?p^Mary - ■ ■■ Fenner, Basel ' Ferguson, Glenna ; • 1'iUdier, H^uripe Foote, Jfca . . Toote, ..Kenneth. . i F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1927

J :-lP„( ft* ; ' A . "• , j-' -i**, ■£':- •■< h*..4*pu ■W%: 4 Zw- YjpIiUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 16, 1927, NUMBER 1 lfdhmed/27-28 ■ Froto all indications Tarfeton will enjoy-the largest enrolment this year ever kndwn in the history of the in- . atitution. While there has been a Steady growth in thet institution for the past eight years, the Mcreaso this yean will eclipse all previous records. . 1 Cpli^e authorities place one thousand / as; a, 46,nseryative estimate. ; This will '■.I jlstce our college at the head of /the $8(2 of alt Junidi* Colleges in the world ^.^^Ihiie t.-V'3^ii8 is undoubtedly a 1. 5^%|?|iQnorTajid should be appreciated tfodW'bcfdjri'. - •••: '• At the time qf this writing, the boys' dprrnitory is full and there are prob- six:,.Vacant:.rooms in the girls' ■ aorijsittfry. '":^|fese will he filled before l>pgi8(a^Io^j^..ebii>l|Ieted., 'Wliita.<$here .wosdd app^^y:M*.«a^ 8ted- •< & meat, the abt^orfties foresaw this and prep^fttions'ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1927

/ r;W.' : " "■/ A:..:uW \' \S ■■■*>>:■■' ss rjy •T^ / J V 'V.-^ * We Are For You - A:\V;'V •■; V; ■ ON YE TARLETON Watch Those Mowboys Go Watch Those Plowbpy.j Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as .second-class mail matter at the posfcofficein Stephenville Texas, un^eftthe, A<?t of Cohgrss of M^jrch 3, 1879. Editor in Chief "..... .. - Business Manager Faculty Adviser ..... ...... ^ Gate Lewis ., Paul Allen, Miss Eleanor Adtkissori TO THE NEW STUDENTS ./ An old man traveling in an ox wagon was nearing the end of a long journey. His trip Ii^d been a hectic, tedious one and his countenance brightened, as from the top of a hill he viewed the small town some two miles off which marked his destination. Here was his goal; a happy family and a host of friends awaited him there. He was soon to be, united with ones dear to ijim. 1 Rounding a bend in the road he came upon a number of other wag- ons and horses. Vehicles of divers sorts blocked the roa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1927

rV ■>: T' V • IX : a,; ■~ vi i;'' ■' ^ ,■■ ■mm ■ - e- — --— >•■■>- . Li ., THE East Side HOCTBROS. The Stores Catering to the College People- ^oeps - North Side :SIXTY MEN REPORT- AT FOOTBALL (Continued from page one) October! 15—MCBIurry at Abilene, 0 October 22—HiHsboi'o J, C. Mere. 1 October 28—Wesley at Greeiftville. ifaveiiiber &^Wi«!Kita Falls 'J, C. at Wichita Falls. (The latter tjfaree of the aBove -aro conference games). • November 11—Ranger J. C. here. November 24^-Gruliba on H&ya Field. (Conference game). < ■ ; Gang, now listen. With eleven letter men gone it will not be so easy for , the old team totrounce the above opf poheritsl So with all tile patriotism in your breast fall iiito line and keep up the old Tarleton spirit. Back that team to another State championship. WORK TO BEGIN ON GRASS- . BUm AT ONCE According to Mr. Kenrt'e.th Wil- liams, editor-in-chief of the Grass- burr, work will begjn at once on tie annual. It ia Mr. Williams' opinion that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 September 1927

■, '■:;i v i-V- • ' U, - !•\ \ ^"v i ••'•••■; hi - . SSKffe- - * IXCIAN GE A FrienfcV ■ ^"Mgijme to' the Tarletofi ;>■ .■:, StiideiitB,' C€>me toseeiis. WHAT J. T. A, C, OFFERS TO -n '%\ Instruction in various cur- rk«las,( . ■' .- ;' !.. )-K ;: ■ ■ II.; Training for worthy .citf- >; zepship^itizens with ; initiative : 'arid the spirit of co-operation, with ;s -pxfvifsxs-'oi self reflection and self direction, and with a respect for * s V tlie property and rights of others. ; III, ; The services of, 'and the contact with a faculty of efficient ;•;• ;meri arid ;womGn; "chosen not mere-, ^ly fOr their scolarship, bub for ;' their sympathetic undehstandirig of the problems facipg the youths ! ^ of toda^ and fop their desire to be <>f genuine service to you in your efforts to accomplish your ideals. ! , ; , . , ... . . ' IV; Associatiops with a stu- 'HX: dent body Unexcelled for its prin- , v: ciples of right, its earnestness in , v \;i;; the accomplishment of its aims, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1927

. ;. ■•.•.. ' . .. , ,' ■•■ •■ ■■ : " •*:• ': •:' ' .L'. , -riv 5. ••' • ■^'s. :'•*•■ *V, "■ji ■;■' ■ ■f4' r- '' ' V,V S' * '■ ' ' • .. V- ; MP 1%iM SS^ %Jp ••• v, " '"■ J,T hi VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 23, ; 1927, NUMBER 2. r. ivv ; f •; '; " :]V i' >.Vv>.- ■,:$*■ >■' ••>1/ •/!;• Listen Plowboy How did you feel when you first read Pat Henry's fiery oration that ; had the phrase, "Give me liberty, or give; me death ? " How did you feel when you were bubbling over with the enthusiasm, the hope, courage, . and ambitions of youth when some important looking guy at your grammar school or high school commencement quoted the immor- tal: c, v "Let us then ;be up and doing >■'" ■; With a heart for any fate; •l Still achieving, still pursuing:, > 'Learn to labor and to/wait?'^' ^ ; Jf there' was ^patriotism in your ;y;bieast or yovith in your blood, then vyour nevres tingled and goose 'bumps became prominent on your person". :, ,This is the way you: should fee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1927

v-y~^',-^r • ■11111 i.JstiV flHPJfl'<-^11'""^ • ■;•' Wv~,, ■ i ■ i , Watch Those Plowboys Go WHEN DOWN TOWN We Are For You ON YEO%ELET(M SERVICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Entered as second-class) niai I matter at the postoffico in Ste- ph^riville, Tejcas,* under tibe,## of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager, Faculty Adviser .... Gabe Lewis .. Paul Allen Miss Eleanor Adtkiason NEW STUDENTS X It it indeed interesting to watch the new students wander aim- lessly about the campus^ and tQ wonder how this new world of college life has impressed them. They have not had time to form an opinion of the college and to decide just what they are going tQ dg. Aa a previous .editorial stated, they are all here for a. purpose. If thfey are' here only tQ have a. good time, they will succeed-—for a while, at lbaat. If they are here really to accom- plish something, they will succeed—and have a good time also This is true o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1927

,%|i ' 0/-" • •.*. '■■■" > f* yj i1' ! .:,vv • ^ •.' • •■"• A;:1 1 • ■ 3 kX'3 JV .• ' :' ' ' EXCHANGE L '"'"It1My''. -IHp': r1' «|)M :: ^ X' 't-Y. 1: W: ■sy; ■■.#.■ - ^ ■ ■ <B HAS iEEMNG , The rafn Monday night fail- ed to dampen the spirits of some ninety members of Com- pany "B" when they assembled , at the auditorium far their first meeting. It was supposed, af- ter'the me&ting was called, that the rain would keep the bqys •away. This was not the cage. The attendance was exception- ally good, and the meeting . started promptly at the desig- nated time. The program .was short, l>ut very inspirational.. Gajbe Lew- is, fcetjifng commander p| the : company made the company a short talk, briefly explaining the methods that he intends to use in winning the competitive : drill next spring.. He especial- ly emphasized the fact that ' work • should begin in earnest at once. at once. He then called on Charles Neblett, Will Hurtt, Paul Al- len and J. Melvin Tucker. Each respond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 September 1927

• -'V j -' '■ V&-. > • . il " ! . "■''■V. ■ 1 .'"•sfc 1 ■'-;rlf-:--'■ V1,:7"'. THJB CROSS DRUG STORE East Side ■ .' HOLTBROS. The Stores Catering to;the Cqllege People HOLT'S DRUG STORE * North Side TAIILETON CADET CORPS FORMED JN?0 R.O.T.C. COMPANIES (Continued from page 1) corps will be trained to such an ,ex- tent that a parade can.be Held. This would require -a great amount of individual • effort on the part of both men and officers, but is bjr rio means an impossibility. Company competition will be started immediately, and from; the yelling', etc.,, that took" place last Friday there will be competitive spirit, from the first. There are enough of the old jmen in their Re- spective companies to keep this lip. Company "B" is determined to keep the "Excellent Company" ban- ner. Company "A" is equally de- termined that the banner be tacked to the Company "A" guidon pole. Every cadet is urged to do all that he can to put his company on top. THE WHITE HOUSE This year the White...

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