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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1927

7k VOLUME 8 STEPHENVIJjLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1927; NUMBER 3. IfS&£■■ >r; -jp ,;.iV ';V - ft .<•$ t. ... 5 * y±+++ . , . , x -f 4♦f♦♦ >M -t-f-f-f-f t 4- . ,J Listen Plowboy Freshman, ask some old man what Tarleton did on the second night last year when the basketball team went to Grubbs, Ask him what they did here when they play- ed Weatherford the second night. Inquire as. to what the. cadet corps did when Coldnel Mayo made the .'• Federal, inspection." The answer will be;" "They rallied." If some one asks you what tfye Plowboys did in the last half of Saturday's game, say to him, "They rallied," r, - ■ ■■ ' ' And some one else rallied. Who? The student body., The spirit pre- vailed in the last half. 'What causes this? School spirit. Some of yiju new students possibly can't ipjderstand this. But Tarle- toniteg, at the'last minute, call on that inner man, the subconscious self, to perform the seemingly im- possible. DIRECTORS PAY TARLETON VISIT Crowded Conditions of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1927

.' \ ^W^y \ ■ '. ' %.?'' -,' • ' ■'■;'i&fv. v ■' '' -•-'"$$& I ' ■ ' ■;. • . ' >r '-' . i ON YE TARLETON We Are For You Watch Those Plowjboys Go WHEN DOWN TOWN W YEfARLEfO^ SERVICE DflJG SfORE Watch ThoseMowboys C&f STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTEKS >;■ K Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenviile, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-.Ctoief .................... Business Manager Faculty Adviser' Graduate Associate —Gabe Lewis ■•■'.■■■ ,1,.; ' Paul Allen Miss Eleanor Atkinson ..... Barney Wilcox The batallion colors of the Tarleton jeadet corps bears a motto of a single word of three letters—"TRY." Have you ever con- sidered the real value and possibilities of this short motto? Surely no word of the English language has a greater meaning when put into ..execution. Obstacles disappear and apparent im- possibilities are conquered by men who are willing to TRY. When a man ceases to try, when he loses faith a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1927

t t':ryj ,- 'V-'iv'-)>:, vV *- u..^), "'* i'f ~ i," • . S&mSi ;: 'v-xf rr—^Xyy- *: \ ■■'• :\h :' ■■ -A TT J.1 ki+Wj11 ^ i^w —W"!1-, . ^',',; •" T. EXCHANGE AF1a^,Setos^Iet0,, STU DENTS' EXCAHNGE :r% . H +.♦ ♦ "♦' ♦ f♦ ♦ ,i ■;BHORT TALKS' X 'H, ■'"" : L>y Faculty Members i Miss Lttlard, Public Speaking Pept. 4- dramatics in the college Investigation has shown that our colleges and universities of the present day are devoting more at- tention to dramatics than ever be- fore; the college authorities are realizing mpre and' more the use- We Give the V:t? 4$d have the best prices in ./ 'V'\" ■ town '' ■' Hudgens & Hiekey GROCERIES " Sptith SidevSqu^ CHIROPRACTIC? Yes, for your sore muscles, and 3pr^ine$ j0ints, after your foot- ball gutties. ■ See your local Chiropractor. Located in old 1st Natl, Bank ; Dr. D.E.Cather , Stephenville, Texas Special rates to groups Dr.W.D. Turner OPTOMETRIST TheKryptok Specialist His Work Satisfies Office over Stephenville State ■ Bank ■ ■ Of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 September 1927

vny 1 v / '' > "vMv''''^' " : ■- ■.;.' ;,. J-K Jl-'-- ' ^ , •■ ■ • v • \ •. . ji. .-:—> •' 'V ■' ' "';^rT/U'"•'-;.vi'.>'r^?;■ , ■ 7^J\ :' I ;"' ./' ■• •) \ ' ■lTO:'®oss;i5RiJG"' HOLT BROS; The Stores Catering to the College .People ■HOI.pS'^DftUG: 'North^Si^ PliOWBOYS 4^D A, c, e,; PLAY TO TIE; $ TO 6 (Coiitinufd fronj pag^ 1) ; 47-yard line. A. CA C.'s ball. ■ - ■ Thomson made two yards at tackle, and Thomson made first dqwn, Cen- ter' rush failed. Adams made one yard at taclde and Robinson made %st.down.' Evans for jrypii, Tar- 1 ' ! Icton. Three . |)lttrig;es pe^ed one yard for A, pv C. William? for Houghton, Tarleton. FoweM's place- kick failed, and Pattern recovered. 4" lp, .plBBge failed, Tarleton fumbled; A,, G,- 'p.. recbvered';ahd went for a touchdown. Powell ^ failed on try for extra point. A.C. , .' C. kicked olf to Aycock, who re- turned fire yards. Taylor lost five yards. Holder kicked to ten-yard liiie., Powelli returns 'to.. 16-yard . 'f line. A. C. C.'s ball...

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

i.^iV; !: v' ■' ■: ' / '■:.?■] .. "■ f. m t. -%M 'i^V ■■ hf--': i"v ' '.' f-%- fc i'. h '*■ : ••'• ,v !1.:: v*v ./■ t■ •'-'' j.,'C^ V'""' ■ $"■ 4i' " ""' i;;.' ^ ■ '.X ; V ' r'-Sfc'. \r ■; is V" '*•; •. A .. r. t "5t '■•■■" . -' ■ .U "■ ~ Si - r \ ■ A ■/ ' •j'it HE BEG iw*A\ VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 7, 1927. Listen, Plowboy The pep meeting the other night was sufficient proof that thq vim . doesn't die out of this hunch when wefail to have a game for a week or .two. ''Seems like" there are so many things that can keep a "feller's" spirit going at Tarleton. When we iriiss a week having a football game, the Crack Company becomes prominent. And don't you hope that Crack Company "brings home the bacon" after the; October 21? Then there are other activities t^at need your support and will 1 help you keep in trim for football yelling-—contributing to, the J-Tac, for instance. ( Of course you don't have to yell for the J-Tac,—the sjtfff will do that1—but you must support it. T...

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

. V ■ ■':uV£ ,'\ "'j'J ■tsj V ' :VV;- on ye tarleton—— Watch Those Plowfeoys Go MEN;:DOW TOWN: ■' We Ar§ v:^v,i..vv:* on ye tarleton SERVICE DTO Sf^p Watch Those t lowboys Go studentsimake our store /.yotjb ^a-dqld'mteaels ' Entered as secbfi<l-ciass mail matter at the postoffice in phenvjll£,.Texas,' under the Act of Congress of March 3, 18' Sfce- '1879. Editor-in-Chief __ Business Manager Faculty Adviser Graduate Associate Gabe Lewis .... Paul Allen Miss Eleanor Atkinson ... Barney Wilcox •/ \ /DREAMS Have you ever noticed the great arms /f steel reaching high into the air in our cities? Pelow these arms is a base of steel built over a dozen or more railroad tracks, looking much like the shell of a box. Men are toiling below, working about like so many ants in their earthen bed, , Some one will tell you that a thirty-story building is being erected. Bach piece of steel has its place in the plans. Day by day, as progress is made, the giant steel frame will extend higher and high...

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

r *<w& rrr^c 1|-|||:S®^ I'.'/tV ;v',v:-! lllll •I'.S'-SV.V V • y- AND IT BEAXjL GOME That everything for the student can be found at the K :i^l.,'-. ', v; ■ ,' ,' t *,;'ir'' '."' •1 '■ / -i '' 1'' V' ■ "O. / Headquarters for V:STUDENTS ■: y.; You will find everything here needed for the school room :Sotith Side Square We Give the p.? ,■ ''' ■ , >■ v' ; ' '' • I.:' ■ W'fy: I K\ ' 7 "' ;"' ■ " ■ ij. '. • ' .. v':- And have the best prices in town,. Hudgeris & Hickey GROCERIES ; :.. ; South Side Square CHIROPRACTIC? ' > t"1 ■ • r Y£s, for your sore muscles, and sprained joints, after your foot- ball games. ' See your local Chiropractor, Located in old 1st Natl, Bank \ . Dr. D. E. Caiher' Stephenviiie, Texas . V " Special rates to* groups vV:';,':: Dr. W. D. Turner ; : OPTOMETRIST The Kryptok Specialist ; His Work Satisfies Office over Stephenvjlle State Bank ; Office 'phone 159 Ee3, phone 192 Dr. J. A. Whitacre DENTIST AND X-RAY p ' iQyjajr ServiceDrug Store Stephenvii...

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

v,,,. ; '• ■ v MW'**?* ■' ;' A ' " ( - V A' '■ ' ' <♦.*' :'i%- C- ' . ' ■ " l!.v r STORE The Stores Catering- to the College People HOLT'S DRUG STOKE , NfehSide patronize the j-tac advertisers ' The J-Tae staff wishes to, ca^l the, attention of the students to the placards that we have had printed in purple ' ink; They bear the inscription,: "Tai^etoriites, thijs firm helps make your J-Tac possible. Sttir dents, be liberal with your pat- onage:Property 4l the J-Tg,e." These ca^s aye in the gho;yy windows or in o£h.§£ conspicu- ous places of -th^e ftrrn^ who ad- vertise in !the.J-Ta0- '-TH^y, mean , exactly what they say. The, people who advertise in our paper are helping to make it possible.!; While the J!^ac is the greate&t medium through which the business firms of Ste- phenville may reach the stu- dents, many are prompted to help the papey through a. sense of; loyalty rather than from a mercenary interest. Therefore, students, patronize the firms where these card's are dis...

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

WE PASS FOR WHAT WE ARE ft (#4s VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 14, 1927. NUMBER 5. Listen, Plowboy rS&Tiy* i'-.v.-.y H ■'/ K]\V '' > ; ' ; .vrt. , • • Sjay, gang, we got rained out Saturday, but we shall try again. This afternoon we are goingi to beat MeMurry at Abilene. It will do this writer almost as much good to beat that bunch as it will to beat Grubbs. Y'see there's a lot of folks at home who think State schools ren't: good enough, and they brag a great deal on some of our rival Institutions. At any rate ,a victory in football would do them a, great deal of good: But that old Plow- boy team will fix it so they can't crow. • s ..itsi % v".' I-': Have you ever heard this writ- er'^ formula for pep? Watch for it in a cpming issue of the J-Tac." We will atteimpt to analyze the word and tell you what it really means. , And while we are backing ath- letics to tht>: last notch, let us not forget that other organization which is to bring honor to Tarle- t(p--the. Qrac...

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

J-:- ON YE TARLETON —™ mm Thos§ Plowboys, Go WHEN DOWN TOWN SSfSSSJH We Are For You • i iiU upwiwmy. < : ON YES TARLETOJf Watch Those Plowboys Gq STUDENTS MAKE <3UR STORE YOUR HEApQ^Al^TOBS #i / ■ ( h , / Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- pfyenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Editor-in-Chief —,— Business Manager ...— FacultyAdviser - Graduate Associate Gabe Lewis Paul Allen Miss Eleainor Atkinson „. Barney Wilcox EDITORIAL Students, the staff wishes to thank you for the assistance ren- dered us in the J-Tac work. It is a mistaken idea that the staff alone is publishing the J-Tac. We appealed to the student body for their assistance, and they responded in a \?ay that we can- not easily forge#. It is your paper, not purs. You liav^ pi^de this so. You should feel proud qf the fact that you have a, stu- dent publication so representative of the student body at large. YpW alpne, $re responsible for its success. The staff is onl^ ...

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

T"7CTf s! 'ii- •-'-•♦i: ■ If ■ •.;#,. \, ■■■ " • .' £5 .1 7-^ i-',. " ". X> ' ±\?v ! . -• ,Jl . • T" . i ' ■ ' ■ ■' $' .■ . L- '; •. : f< ■; w.. rV- I.. .V." i • i', ••' WlV..- f • cv f X v. y. i - ' ' . \. AND IT SHALL COME TO PASS: ** ■ ■ STUDENTS' That everything for the student can be found at the EXCHANGE-PHONE 244 Peacock Berber and Beauty Shop Our motto is to please you Satisfaction is our guarantee, ; The Pistes of Service Mrs. Olive Waldo Q. A, Grlsrett Beauty Parlor Barber PERRY BROS. Headquarters for STUDENTS You will find everything here needed for the school room South Side Square We Give the BEST SERVICE And have the beat prices }n town . . .t& Hudg-ens & Hickey GROCERIES Sputh Side Square CHIROPRACTIC? Yes, for your sqre muscleg, and sprained jpints, after your foot- ball gaines. See your local Chiropractor. Locked in old 1st Natl. Bank Dr. D. E. Gather Stephenville, Texas Special rates to groups Dr. W. D. Turner OPTOMETRIST The Kryptok Specialist ^ His ...

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

—mSESSBaipe^.'-,1;'■; r**r: 7^ v"Tw.'T?TC--fr~'-7r? JHB^GBOSS I)KUG STORE 'Ea^Side-:';; . ;," HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side The Stores Catering to the College People DJEMOLAYS HAVE FIRST MEETING OF SCHOOL YEAR (Cojitinue4 fronj page 1) This ..: first meeting was ' held Thursday night, October 6, at the Masonic hall. There were , seven master Masons arid a number of visiting De Molayapresent As no officers had been elected, Mr. Gear- reald, adviser, appointed Morton Brpoks to act as Master Counselor. Mr. Brooks then called the meet- ; ing to order, and the chapter went through its regular ceremonies. Thernles did ,not permit the elec- tion of officers at the meeting, but it wa$ announced that they would fye elected at an early date. ! Among, the things that are being instituted this year to make the chapter a success is a weekly re- hearsal by the degree teams, a means by which the members hope id make the work as impressive as possible. :■ All the De Molays from other lodges have bee...

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

I VOLUME 8 —•■tv- Ki- , , ' • ■' .' V;7?r-f"tT~Tr'r~ I'M':*' V--.""' > ■- 's •' V/'-ft fc-V.. ih f. • jL'* VMTTES—TARLETON IS FOR YOU! / ia STEFHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 21, 1927. NUMBER,6 i > ♦ t' i + + ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ '-+— ♦ ' > ♦ f— —f. ^ t—f-f- McMurry Trounces Plowboys to 14-0 Victory - —4—♦ + ♦ 4 + 4—f—^ Listen, Plowboy + f+Hfrf+ Today the. Tarleton Videttes haye a chance to win a State chani- r piohship for Tarleton College. /"To*' day they compete against institu- tions from all over the State for supremacy in the fine art of close- order drill. Today sixty men march on to Stadium Field at Dallas with the love of Tarleton strong in their hearts, and a grim and loyal deter- mination to win. And today eight 'hundred Tarleton students are awaiting the outcome, each with a hopeful heart, a sober mind, a seri- ous thought, and a helpful prayer. Today ia our day, And-because it is, wi mem! W ouldjBj readenKptup at ft- o'clock evflHkmornJK work h; , until brealSBIt,; njflE classes ...

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

<-JV jv , ' ■: "F^fST —¥■ r. v.. TARLETON . ; V Watch ThosePlowboysGo ■ We Are I"6r . V ... ,- W\W~" ON YE TARLETON WHEN DOWN TOWN i&tfi SERVICE DRUG ST0R|^ ? M Watch Those Plowboys G| STUDENTS MAKE ptrR ST0R& llQll HEADQUARTl^l1 lS'[«J( AiJ^Rwt • . 1 Entered as secoiid-claiss mail matter at the poatoffice in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879, Editor-in-Chief Business Manager Faculty Adviser ...1™ Graduate Associate —: Gabe Lewis — Paul Allen ..._ Miss Eleanor Atkinson : Barney Wilcox COMPETITION The great manufactures of the world tell to us a story of competition that developed a monstrous machine of civilization; the decisive battles of the world give us a clear conception of what competition can mean; and the little businesses in the small towns express clearly the meaning of competition in their trade. / Competition is beneficial in' three ways. First, competition gives rise to originality: originality among the people as a whole. Iii ...

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

■' ■■'"J ?\ :■ 'V'::'•'■■:■ AND IT CAME TO PASS:-- Everything- for the Student vV, "'■X'f '.V ■ >; .• Peacock Barber and v; Be^utyShop Our motto is to please you Satisfaction is our guarantee. •The Place of Service , BfWT QI jve .Waldo A. Griasett Beauty Parlor . Barber L ; Headquarters for W;SnmENTS "r SUPPLIES you will find everything here needed for the school room South Side Square We Give the BEST SERVICE And have the best prices in 1; ■ town . Hudgens & Hickey GROCERIES , South Side Square ; CHIROPRACTIC? Yes, for your sore muscles, and sprained joints, after your foot- ball games. , See your local Chiropractor. Located in old 1st Natl. Bank Dr.D. E. Gather Stephenville,: Texas Special rates to groups Dr. W. D. Turner OPTOMETRIST The Kryptok Specialist ' His Work Satisfies Office over Stephenville State V Bank Office phone 169 Res. phone 192 Dr. J. A. Whitacre :. DENTIST - AND X-RAY Oyer Service Drug Store •; Stephenville, Texas Dr. J. S. DANIELS EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Reg...

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

•.V-'; -TT i ;* :.'i ' : : .' • . "■: '■ V * ■ : ' V'. V '■ '• ' "■■!- ' ' v" 'i, ^v. . r.-;> • /%' p? ;^j ;,f- 1 'i '! % ?i'"" STORE IGFIJuS:' HOLTMH®^ The Stores ba^nng t^ th'e Cblle^ People HOLT'S 3f89f m $wm wm X'LOWBQYS LOSE NON- CONFIiRENCE GAME TO h , THE McMURRY INDIANS 1 ' (Continued frond page one) a fee yard penalty, off side. They made three around right end tut : were off side again. It was second down. Tarleton Kicked out on Me-: . JJurry's, eight yard lino. McMur- ry's ball. Pool circled left end in a broken field run for twenty-two: yards. First quarter up. )<■ Second Quarter : McMurry made one off right end. They hit right . guard for'' two. Third down, " Owen kicked thirty- fi.ve . apd Taclcton returned three' Tarleton's ball on their thirty-nine yard line; They gained one thru center. , Holder circled right end fijiv eight and fumbled. Davis re- covered for Tarleton. ' The Plow- bqys. failed to gain at center. It was fourth down, one to go. Tar- leton' kicke...

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

.1 ■ C Jh \ IF WE LIVE TRULY, WE SHALL ^uAtu VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, pCTOBER 28, 1927. NUMBER 7. TARLETON WINS CONFERENCE | Listen, Plowboy J • "THANK GOODNESS, I've got that down Pat," said Mrs, O'Reiley as she succeeded in giving a large dose of castor oil to her son. HAVE WE got anything "down pat?" Let's check up. : FIRST, have we got our yells down pat? On first thought we may answer in the affirmative. However, not until we hear some real effective yelling by some larg- er' unit (our mother institution, for instance), are we convinced of our deficiencies. LITERARY CLUBS HAVE MEETING ON OCTOBER 8TH The Two Literary Societies of the College Offer Many Advantages To Tarleton Students I NEED WE ADMONISH you again to co-operate with the yell leaders? Make your yells snappy and cut thern_ short at the_ye]liesd- sjr's'"signal. THE SOONER WE GET our pep down pat, the sooner our teams are going to get their actions down pat. Attend the next yell meeting with this intention—then S...

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

ON YE TARLETON —— Watch Those Plowboys Go WHEN DOWN TOWN We Are For You ON YE TARLETON SERVICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go; STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor Associate Editor .; Feature Editor Faculty Adviser ........ Graduate Associate Gabe Lewis Will Hurtt Lurlyne Seller Robert Wood Elanor Atkinson .... Barney Wilcox BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager , .... Paul Allen ..Oran S to vail CONCEIT If there is anything in the world one despises it is conceit. One may be attractive, charming, likable, talented, or aristocratic; but if he knows that he has one of these desirable traits or fea- tures and knows it to the extent that he is gver self-conscious, then he forfeits any commendation due him for good qualities. Hot long ago Tarleton had an example of what "personal ad- ver...

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

YIDETTES WIN SECOND PLACE AT DALLAS FAIR 4—4—I—4—4—♦—♦—4—-4—4—k—f—♦—4—♦—4—♦—♦—♦—4—4—f—4—4—f—4—4—4—♦—♦—♦—4—4—4—f~4—4—4—4—♦—♦—4—4—4—4—4—4 4 4~ ♦ 4-4 4 4 f COMPETITION IS STRONG THIS YEAR ! I- 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- f TO THE SECOND PLATOON + OF THE YIDETTES Men—I use the word "men" because I regard it in the superlative sense— I hardly know how to ex- press my appreciation to you for the efforts put forth in the drill at Dallas, and in the preparation for this drill. You entered the Vi- dettes with nothing more than the promise of hard work. From a material standpoint, you have re- ceived nothing more. But, men, I cannot help but be- lieve that we are all better Tarletonites as a result of the drill. We all have a feel- ing for Tarleton that is stronger than it has ever been before. My work with you has1 been a pleasure. The trials that we have gone through has drawn me close to each of you. You are my friends —I am yours. GABE LEWIS, Platoon leader of the second platoon. *6 VIDETT...

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

SHORT TALKS BY FACULTY MEMBERS ' / „-JC • -V ■ -- ^ . \ (Continued from page 3) get by very well. Think now on this point: can you name-a single person of that class who can be called a success? Act. Be a positive, not a nega- tive force. Have respect for your own judgment. If you deem a thing good, or a cause right, help it along. Fight for it. If you deem it wrong, fight it. No evil can be overcome too soon. Do not drift along. Lay out a course and . follow it. Select an objective and 'drive towards it. Read the little poem which precedes this (advice) once again, and really think of the (some) who drift, the (some) who wallow, and the (some) who strive only for a reward. And finally doesn't the resfc of the little poem sound rea- sonable? . ' Cai'ry on! Carry on! Fight the good fight and true; Believe in your mission, greet life with a cheer. There's big work to do and that's why you are here. Carry on! Carry on! Let the world be better for you; And at last when you die, let this...

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