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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 December 1920

jfliM i 1 r^iri .1 JI STEPHENVILLE^TEXAS, DECEMBER .8, 1920, L . ^ &• 5V':*' ■iSpj'- 5s**>- <- ®f';: ■ Sir -Ife $& ffe- ;WHY NOT ATTENR- JOHN TARLETON AGRt- ; CULTURAL COLLEGE. ; Atthis,season of Jhg year many .y^ung men and womenare looking : i . .^bout for some attractive college ! | to attend after the Chjdatmis Hpli- I iflays. Numerous inquiries are 'i doming inio the yarletoq offices •jiow- f^onil- •Such-\fe'*Q8i>e4tive stu- ijflents, and we are anticipating a j Considerable increase in our eri- ; rollment at the beginning of our , > ilecond'term,; January 8,, l?21v For thi^Eea§^:jit( is1^ fo^uijate ; HQ^:^e-^SfciSlfej$eaf ii* $a*lei- ; ton is divided, into quarters, there- \ by enabling a student to enter af- ter; the .Christmas, holidays-with the. first of-the second quarter and i complete the second and third ' Quarters almost as successfully as I Jf the had entered iii September, v ; Those men who have to enter , College ; late this year, we - would MEET...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 December 1920

V: J-TAC Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis —: , Managing Editor THE PASSING OF THE KAZORBACK TERRACE. Jack Bassel... Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton-Asso't Editor Louise Barekman Asso't Editor .■T.'V. Montgomery Business Mgr. Claude Kay__Asst. Business Mgr. ■ Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. : Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building. Subscription Rates $1.50 per year -We notice in last week's D. B. C, whim whang that Mr. Ed Neal of " Howard Payne college was award- ed, first place in the oritorical contest in the Erisophian-Orphe- lian Federation of. Texas. This calls to our mind the fact that our ~ own oritorical contest is.approach- ing, Last year our candidate, Mr. Jake Robinson, placed first in the - district and second in the State contest. Of course this-is a good time in advance of the contest, yet it might be well to bear in mind tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 December 1920

v""-* ->-j ■ v\ A HOWL. John Tarleton Agricultural Col- lege is an association of officers, teachers and students for a very definite purpose. To attain this purpose certain activities, requir- ed and voluntary, are necessary. They are not conflicting but rath- er complementary. The required activities - are imposed as condi- tions for entrance and for contin- " uance -in college^ ■ and complete satisfaction of them is necessary for honorable dismissal, Thfe stu- dent who meets these require- ments is In the college, but he must do more if he would really be a part of - it. Voluntary activities are permit- ted.and encouraged by the colleges because in them the student catch- es the spirit of the institution and identifies himself with it. Religi- ous activities are voluntary, but the student who does not support personally and- with his influence every effort in college and church to promote the spiritual life of the members of the college community hot only loses the strength ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 December 1920

; ( i-" •s'i. MI£. LANE FINDS .V;.. ^.CPOETie^Ii TALENT. • Last week Mr,. Lane called , for : 0, short; poem from big 411 English Class. He was surprised at the merit of. some of these poems, es- pecially, as- it was the first at- tempt of most of the pupils and they had only a jshort time to pre- pare it in. The theme: The Wound- ed Red, Bird, was developed by "most students in five stanzas us- ing the Iambic pentameter meter. In some cases the meter was al- most perfect. Space prevents us from giving some of these poems at present, but we will run some , later; However, we will add that three boys, T. V. Montgomery, Roy Bellomy and Dee Roberts pro- duced the best work. ART EXHIBIT. JOTLETS. ' Coach. Hayes has_issued a duces tecum for the express purpose "of finding- one "Hopkins" who played s6 nobly in the A. C. C. game on the Tarleton side, It surely was not one of Jake's angels. -Find him t take Vernon's place next year. Mrs. Paul Williams (nee Clara Jilng), '18; has visited her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1920

en Ty w n Ei TAC VOL.2. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 15, 1920. TERRACING DEMONSTRA- TION FARMERS' WEEK. The Agronomy Department of John Tarleton Agricultural Col- lege will conduct a terracing dem- onstration, and a demonstration In the use of dynamite in removing stumps jtnd in filling up gullies, and the use of dynamite in ditch- ing. This demonstration will be held on tho College Farm on New Year's Day under the charge ot" J. M. McArthur, professor of Ag- ronomy. Sdversl broad terraces, will be put up with. improved ma- chinery. Several agencies are co- operating. Higglnbothrn and Co, will demonstrate the use of thoir Fordson Tractor and a large size ditcher in throwing up terraces. A smaller ditcher belonging to the Agronomy Department- will show what the farmer can do ill tho way of ditching with * four horse team. A representative of the Hercules Powder Co. will be present with a hundred pounds of dynamite in stump shooting, ditch- ing, and subsoilmg, and.one of the Agronomy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1920

mm J-TAC FrnnkUu Mathcny _ Editor Henry Lee Purvis-.... _ . .Mtimurnij? Editor Jack Haas-el Assu't Editor Marguerite Ourllon-Asso't Editor! Louiwo Barekman Aeso't Editor T, V. Montgomery Business Mgr. Claude Kay—Asst. Business Mp;r. Published Woolly by the Students of John Tarlcton Agricultural ColIrrcc . Entored at the post office at Ste- phcnville. Texas, as second class mail matter. J. T. A. C. STUDENTS REMEMBER DAD— XMAS. GIFTS— Fur Overcoat Collars, Loungury Robes, Dross Gloves, Jewelry, Neckwear and Iioisery RALPH E. BEARD Gents Furnishing—Fine Tailoring Cleaning and Pressing Phone 139 j A A A A A A A- AAA44* A-Jt. , TT?TTfyfff^fWjrf?*?TTTV??T 1 Business Office located in Domes- tic. fkiflnre Building. Subscription Rates $1.50 per year Mr. Claude Hafchntt, of Santo, Texas, who is ravaged in banking business, called at the College to pay his respects as a graduate of the class of 1906, Mr, Hatchett expressed himself as being pleas- ed at the improvements the col- lege and the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1920

w" mm. BALLAD, OF the hunteb bold. Oh! The D'lian went a hunting-- Jle did! K - I - E - I - 0. The sun was a shining, And the quails were a (lying, So he pinnod his faith on his truHty "muzzle-loader." Oh! The .Dean went a hunting:— He did! K - I - E - I - 0, He shot at a rabbit, And lie just missrd a hare, And he blamed it all on hi? trusty "muzzle-loader," Oh! The Dean went a hunting— He did! E-I-J3-I-0. With Christmas time so near, He felt sure he'd get a doer, But was 'diuappomted in his trusty "mu-^le-loader." Oh! When next you go hunting— Mr. Dean! a -1 - e -1 - o. Remember that quails and rabbits Are there for you to hit, So don't get discouraged with your trusty "muaale-loader." . —GUS. basket ball boys GO TO BROWNWOOD. The basket ball team left today for litownwod. Let's all hopo them success in this and many more games. Mary (looking at pictures): "Who is this t" .Kredt" Well, Crook, that's you." Mary: "That's not me, why look at her mouth." Fred: "Yes, it's closed for onc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 December 1920

T mm The Mustache Club. The boys at the braracks have started a Mustache Club, and Spwell has joined the club but I can't see how he Is going to grow mustache without some hair tonic. Henry Lee has a good sized patch. Some of the boys put soot on their lip for mustache as they couldn't grpw any. t f The mystery remains unsolved: "What did Hortense tell Zelda?" > Co-Operative Extension Work FARMERS' SHORT COURSE Conducted by Jehn Tarletom Agricultural College (Branch of A. & M. College) Stephenville, Texas Dec. 30,31-Jan. 1 Something of vital interest to each farmer who inter- ested in helping himself. The object being to give the farmer immediate assistance ill planning his next year's work. -BRING YOUR WIPE PROGRAM I was standing in the hotel of- fice the other day when a man rushed up to the proprietor and said, "I'll bte you ten dollars the next President is a republican/' He wouldn't bet. The fellow rushed up to the clerk and wanted to bet him that the next President woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1921

H VOL. 2, STEPHENVitLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 12, 1921 BRUNK'S COMEDIANS HERE ALL THIS WEEK Brunk's Comedians showed here last night for the first time. . "Jim's Girl" was the name of the play. The tent was almost filled and all enjoyed the play. Mr. Brunk has in his company some of the best actors that have ever appeared in Stephenville. Another goo dasset the Brunk j Company has is a splendid or- chestra. The music this orches- tra made last night was so good they were encored after almost every number. The tent was warm and com- fortable. And between each act the audience was, entertained with some, good clean vaudeville stunts. DEAN DAVIS BACK IN CHAPEL. For the , first time this term, Dean Davis was able to be at chapel Saturday morning; Altho a glance betrayed hsi illness, he gave us one. of the best talks of the season. Among many other things he said that this is of course a -financial crisis, and money is everywhere scarce, yet that should not.be the cause of so many dropping out ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1921

J-TAC - v . Franklin Matheny . Editor Henry Lee Purvis Managing Editor Jack Bassel Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton..Asso't Editor Louise Barekman—Asso't Editor T, Y. Montgomery—Business Mgr. Claude Kay Asst. Business Mgr. ATHLETICS A SECONDARY PART OF COLLEGE LIFE Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building, Subscription Rates $1.50 per year OAK CLIFT HIGH. A small bulletin was obtained from the Oak Clift High school which seems to be an excellent little bulletin for a high school. It also shows that the boys and girls are niterested in the social inter- ests of those around them. We hope th.at the boys and girls or? these little papers will see fit to go go on to college and while there make the staff of their res- pective colleges. DISPOSITION. What is our' disposition ? It is our natural temperament, the way in. whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1921

AMERICAN RED GROSS 10 GIVE RURAL HELP Program for Public Health and Community Welfare Is Now Well Under Way. . Roral communities and towns of less than 8,000 population benefit in a very large part by the public health and "community welfare work of the Ameri- can Red Cross. Almost all of the 3,600 Red Cross . chapters have some rural sections In their territory. There- fore the Red Cross Rural Service. Briefly, the purpose of Rural Serv- ice Is to assist people to get out of life more health, wealth and happiness. In this purpose public health Instruction and general educational progress oi both children and adults play a big part. Recreation is found to be one of the biggest needs in rural life. There is Jack of sufficient play-llfe for the chil- dren and social life for the adults. Picnics, pageants, debating clubs, baseball leagues, community singing and other social events which bring the people of surrounding communities together have been organized and car- ried on under the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 January 1921

■A ■ 1 " V. V.. - 3 - ' DENTON NORMAL DEFEATS j.T. A. C. Speaking of pep, the John Tarle- ton Agricultural College basket ball girls have so much "let me at 'em" spirit, that eleven thirty Thursday night found most of the team up and dressed to take the three-thirty Friday morning trair for Denton. Pest and sleep, lunch and a walk around the square, add- ed to the excitement of seeing many C. I. A, boys, restored life and "eagerness Jo the wasted forms so that it was a determined line that filed out of the college bus on to the campus. A delegation from Denton Nor- mal's second team acted as ralet, guide and general caddy through- out the afternoon in a manner that was truly delightful. Some of the scrubs played a fas.t game as a prelude to the serious work of the dya.. The costumes and antics displayed in this spectacular*gal- lop around the court were quite rr,"sing and instructive to the be- holders.. jui the meantime the Tarleton girls had bloomered, middied and tied themselves'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1921

f i . ■f ,v r ; T H J VOL, 2. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 19, 1921. WHITE LITERARY SOCIETY , MEETS FRIDAY NIGHT The second meeting of the-White Literary Society will be held Fri- day evening at 7:15. This will be the last opportunity for outsiders to become .charter members, and ■every one is urged to be out if possible. "Already much enthusi- asm has been manifested, especi- ally ni the form of Friday's pro- gramme, which is to be of such a character that no one can possibly \regret having spent'their time at it. Below is the- program: V/hite Literary Society program Friday, Jan, 21, 1921, 7:15 p. m. AMERICAN HUMORIST. Roll Call: Response—A witty Jtolt Call: Response—A witty say- ing-from an American Humorist 1- Song- ^ ^--Selected Scott, Booker, Patterson, Allbritton 2. The Place of Humor in Amer- ican Literature. Marguerite Carlton 3. A Symposium of American Humorist; Mark Twain, Bill Arp, 'Bill Nye. "Leader: .H. W. Scott. 4. An Interpretation—A scene from "Puddin' Head Wilson."...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1921

// J-TAC Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis •_ Managing Editor Jack BasseL_, ..Asso't Editor Marguerite ^Carlton. Asso't Editor Louise Barekman „Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery ^-Business Mgr. Claude Kay__Asst, Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of John -Tarleton Agricultural College. Entered at the post office at Stc- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building. " i Subscription Rates $1.50 per' year JUNIOR INTERCOLLEGIATE ORATORICAL CONTEST Some time , in April this College is expecting to send a representa- tive to Thorp Springs College to speak in competition with repre- sentatives from Midland, Meridian and Thorp Springs colleges. Who wants it? Jake Rob'erstoon has de- clined because of other pressing duties. There should be several to enter the preliminary here so that the best man may be chosen. Make yourself known. Practice in the lost art of public speaking will do you good in the future. The Lyceum ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1921

I. i 4 J THE HUSBAND THAT HADN'T CHANGED Mr. Reed—"So you heard me speak in chapel this morning?" Mrs. Reed—"Yes; I was up in the balcony." "What did you think of my speech?" ; "Oh, it reminded .me ever so much of the time when you were cdu"rting me,-Earl." ."Really? How so?" "Why I thought you never would come to the point." SENIOR GOSSIP CONSOLATION TO A FRESHIE After a year's hard struggle, With the freshman class,. Not a single freshie, Could the teacher pass. He swore and prayed. Yes tried in vain. To find a freshie, That had a brain. But his prayers, and his hopes, His efforts so good, All failed for we knew, He was dealing with wood. We knew that to shape, These wood blocks so sound, To hew off the corners, And make them look round. Would take a great sculptor, • Four years of his" time. To shape up said blocks, ■ And develop a mind. But listen dear freshie, Don't worry, don't cry, An idea will strike you, In the sweet bye and bye. Now if you will try, And make'a brave stand,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 January 1921

A STORY >■ / . LES LUNETTES I've a funny little story to relate to you. It's about Lon and Lou who had the flu. It's the strangest thing I ever knew, How Lon and Lou both caught the flu^ * Lon went one % night to call on Lou, And he came back home with a case of the flu, And a few days later I heard of Lou, ' And the strange thing is she had it too, It's strange to me although it's true, How they both got sick at once with the flu, I guess things happened as they always do, And gave these kids each a cast of the flu. * A. R. & £. BARRACKS ITEMS Lon Rankin who. has been sick ' with the flu is able to be about his work. Under .Miss Gaugh's watchcare, "a few of the boys from the barracks were allowed to go with some of the girls to take a view of the col lege far,m. A few pictures were taken and the crowd enjoyed them- selves. Mr. Gerreald showed the students through the new dairy barn, and explained the workings of the various parts of machinery to the crowd which Mollie Bell p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1921

VOL. 2. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, - JANUARY 26, 1921. AG CLUB DEAN DAVIS RETURNED , FROM-.AUSTIN MONDAY. Dean Davis returned from Aus- tin Monday night where he had been to represent the school be- fore -the Legislative. Committee. -He remained in Austin r almost a week' without coming before the, committee, and when told that it would be impossible to gain admit- tance .for two weeks longer he" re- l turned home. Dean Davis succeeded in getting the budget thru the budget cam- ; mittee", but many of our most rieed- ed . appropriations were citt -off. Even some of our, regular teachers were not provided for, this v/as, however, aivcrr6r on the part of the - chairman, and wag corrected. In addition to the.present running expenses he secured the appropri* ation. for two new buildings: a bpy's dormitory,; and a manual arts building. It is to be deeply regret- ted-that; our building program is seriously hindered at a time when it is most needed., $u,t we can gather some consolation from the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1921

1 / J-' Franklin Matheny —Editor Henry Lee Purvis_ ___ , . _—Managing Editor Jack Bassel____ __Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton_Asso't -Editor Louise" Barekman Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery—Business Mgr. Claude Kay__Asst, Business Mgr. Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Buildings laws of the Irish are, according to Mr. Riley: 1. When you marry never re- ceive a dowry. -! 2. Never offer violence to any woman. .; . S. Never refuse help to anybody. 4. No. single "warrior should fleo from four times nine champions of th eenemy. ' All these might be very easily practiced except the fourth, of it we will let every man judge for himself. TAm A PEEP AT THIS Subscription Rates $1.50 per year CgA'PEL TALKS Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarieton Agricultural College. - Saturday morning Mrs. Pearl Champerlin spoke on "Pupils." She picked -out several specific members of our alumni, who had c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1921

!', L. AN ACCOUNT OP THE GYM PARTY I'm feeling funny, I had my first ' •date Sat. nite—went with a ole .girl. She wus a .cute little girl with red ribbon on her hair but they wuz some more cute ones, there, i went with pink and blue ribbons on their hair. Yu see it was a gym party that the Second year physi- cal trainen class give to the first ;year class. They wuz lots of boys there which made it a pretty good party. Bill Watkins he aed he wuz Tight glad the regular bunch wuz .there or he'd a chimb out the win- dow, he couldn't a stood all them girls "punching him on the arm- specially that lil ole pris'ey one and that fat one—if he'd a been the •only one of his crowd—but Bill aint a ladies man. Well first went ;in and seed picture of elephunts, .and dogs and things all tarung up around the wall and'we laughed and talked^kinda getting aequairt- ted-you know. Clemiax wuz mighty darn dressel up I tell you. The program wuz commenced. A duet by Tiny White (Louise Keller) and Vanilla Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1921

1 SPEAKINO OF A DUMP GIRL ... ■ There was a time in her life when she could have' married any- body she pleased. And yet she neyer married. You see she never could please anybody. Romance? Sure!' Joe Lattimores. Last night I held in my hajid the loveliest little hand in all the world, my heart beats faster yet when I think of it. Dingier: Horse, everybody on the campus will swear he held the prettiest. . Joe—Yeah, but they aint none of them best four aces and a King yet. f WHITE LITERARY SOCIETY ATTRACTING ATTENTION HOW ABOUT IT? Men say of women that she's a buiidle of contradictions, but. they like the buridle be she tied around with a motherly, gingham apron ;strin^ or a saucy pink sash,. Men say of women that she is altogether illogical and her opin- ion can not be depended on, but at the most momentous foment in his life his heart stands still and lis- tens for her "yes" or "no." /Women say of men ' that he "thinks himself lord of all creation, but be she a little sick or a lit...

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