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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 October 1927

-£; MOODY STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— Everything* for the Student HENSARLING EXCHANGE-PHONE 244 Peacock Barber and Beauty Shop Our motto is to please you Satisfaction is our guarantee. The Place of Service Mrs. Olive "Waldo O. A Griaaett Beauty Parlor Barber PERRY BROS. [ Headquarters for ' STUDENTS SUPPLIES You will find everything here needed for the school room South Side Square First Aid Regarding Poisonous Snake Bites By Dr. Verne A. Scott, Professor of Veterinary Medicine " John Tarleton Agricultural College We Give the BEST SERVICE And have the best prices in 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 1 Stephenviile, Texas Special rates to grq.Mps Dr. W. D. Turner OPTOMETRIST - The Kryptok Specialist His Work Satisfies Office over Stephenviile State Bank Office phone 159. Rea. phone 192 Dr. J. A. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 October 1927

i£j- THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY The Stores Catering to the College Peopl e HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side . .j S PLOWBOYS DEFEAT HILLS- BORO COLLEGE; SCORE 20-0 (Continued from page 1) Irwin, Storey, C. Taylor and E. Taylor for Gill, Easterling, Patton, Holder, and Hunter. t Allred punted to Williams, who returned 5 yards. Houghton shook off five tacklera to gain 15 yards. C. Taylor made a yard. E. Taylor made 12 yards around right end, placing the ball on the 2-yard line. Williams failed . to gain, and Houghton carried the ball over for another touchdown. K. Taylor miss- ed goal. Score: Tarleton 20; H. J. C. 0. Tarleton kicked to Allred on his 20-yard line, and he returned 8 yards, • Owenby made 4 yards around right end. Cox for Fergu- son, Powell for Hendrickson, Tar- leton. A pass Betted 15 yards for H. J. C. Allred lost 3 yards. A pass was incomplete. Allred punt- ed to Taylor, who returned to his 33-yard line. Williams made 4 yards, and R. Taylor made ...

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

LANGUAGE IS THE FOOD FOR MOTIVE OF MINDS J i ii- VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 4, 1927. NUMBER 8. Tarleton Enjoys Annual Hallowe'en Party -4 ♦ ♦ ♦-f ♦ ♦ V ♦ 4-4-4—4 - ♦ -+ + +_^_+_ + ++..+ ++■ f + 4 -4~ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ f 4 ' | Listen, Plowboy 444444-H444 ♦ ♦ *44 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 44 THIS piece was written Tuesday before the game with Gainesville on Thursday; so the outcome of the game is not known—that is not ob- Kolutely known. We expect that it. will be like all the others. The Plowboys will have an overwhelm- ing victory. SINCE this is Friday, the game is over and the-outcome is known. The writer has never had a reputa- tion for being a prophet, but it is likely that he has established him- self now since his prediction of a victory has come true. HONOR ROLL : NOW it" won't be 'long xintil we- meet our rival, Grubbs, on the field of honor. Will we win? Of course. Who thought otherwise? Without a; doubt Grubbs has a strong team and will put up a good fight, but— the Tarleton Plowboys hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 November 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 Gabe Lewis Assistant Editor — Will Hurtt Associate Editor Lurlyne Sellers Feature Editor Robert Wood Faculty Adviser Elanor Atkinson Graduate Associate Barney Wilcox BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager - Assistant Business Manager — Paul Allen ......Oran Stovall Possibilities and Responsibilities Several years ago Governor Pat M. Neff said to a group of young high school boys who were attending a stock-judging con- test at A, and M. College: "Boys, I would give all that I am, all that I ever was, 01* all that I hope to be, if it were possible for me to be one of you to- night—your possibiities are unlimited." And it appears strange that a.man of his position would mak...

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

i .- MOODY STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— Everything for the Student PHONE 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE NEW ANNEX We are all wondering1 why there are so many long faces around this place. Of course we could not guess as it is the end of the six weeks. What would you think about a girl if she went home on the week end and came back saying she wished she was there to stay, when we were all so glad to see her? Well, Grace and Erline did that very thing. We were proud of our group of girls this week end, because we have received no report of their being in the parlor, espe- cially Sunday night. Did Hazel have a grand lun- cheon last Friday? Can you guess who her host was ? There always comes a time for everything. Last Wednes- day at noon time our girls had "their time." Just ask any one who rooms on first floor who it was. Grace, Erline, Hula Mae, and Dorothy all left us this week end to enjoy a good time at their respective homes. Is Virginia Bettis the sweet- est thing? Well, you just as...

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

**v. THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY The Stores Catering to the College People HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side HALLOWE'EN PARTY (Continued from page one) We learned that the large cat head made of .paper at ihe left side 'of the building had its mouth open for a purpose other than to' look vicious cake anc something was supposed to be a Hallowe'en drink was serv ed to the guests through the cat's mouth..- We believe that the "cider" was spiked. Any- way, we know we felt better af- ter drinking it! We know that all enjoyed the party, for ten-thirty came all too soon; .and we had to be made to go home. GREETINGS FROM THE OLD TO THE NEW VIDETTES CORYELL COUNTY STU- DENTS FORM CLUB (Continued from page one) The club had its first meeting last .Tuesday night. There could not b'€! a more enthusiastic group than tfiose present , at our first meeting. Miss Sams opened the me^tirig. with a short talk. The or- ganization and plans for the club were 'discussed by other memb...

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

. '> ' ■ te:-- ! i ,tw ._ 3>JII Kin VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NO.VEMBER.il,1927, NUMBER 9., ' v ;,t y:- IS VICTOR OVER Listen, Plowboy FOR THE FIRS TIME since this ' column has been an institution in 1 the paper, it is'to l>e. dedicated, to , oth^r things, than athletics and pep. / This time we want to talk for mon ey and the. organization -whose work is. so much in evidence about ' omr campus.—The Ten Tarleton • Peppers, ' " '; . PERSONALLY we want to say that' we are for the T. T. P.' and their work. We realize that they are ' iah ; important factor in the inaWtehance: of' that somethipg known as pep in pur school.". THESE f>: :N, ten of them and a faculty m-;j?-.ber, work while you sleep. Eat": night before a football game they lose most of the night's ' sleep—if hot all. , s THEY :HAVE the ; best attend- ance of any cIuJd—the record being ' every man present at every meet- 1 ingvand on. titne. The reason, or •f&tKpr: Me Jof -the"?eaSoWs,- i^~ the severe punis...

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

—T^tVT*7i . • \-v. r. ,* v'^.';;j'';',;V-!'^ ! \ :■ r*"5?'#,?/ ^ r—w-1ir->ii-Mli;. i.F, !■■. y ■•nijivpi..,;. ll , hi l .1 ■ \d.' /.'.J V ,' , 11 ' * ".'- "i'V . '" 1 V""~1:-, T. V'.t i1'™ 'j11,' *; , ^ ' Y ' ' ''1 t I.. &*A &L>. v j«•<•> C-v.Xy < u' j* i j."h j,V . / "ar""''""'?:" We Are For You , Wafcl iPios^Plowboys G6 i ."Make our troiE youb ht^|uamjps when down town — on ye tarleton Watch Those Plowboys Go •4!' V.t A ■ Entered as second-class nj&jfl tiidit4£. at. thif <% Ste- phenvilles Texas, under the Act of ^onfrefil of March 3* 1879. Edi^or^n-Chief EDITORIAL STAFF Gabe Lewis A%$i$pi Editer ... :.. :...—i :.u:........:.--~;f Robert Wo'M As'stteiate Editor. Spbrtsr Editor .. Eurlyne Sellers 3, L. (Ned) \yhite ; Eleanor Atkinson Faculty Adyiser ; . ~. Giia!duat& Associate—........— ——-- -.— Barney Wilcox v: ■ BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager - Assistant Business: Manager ..— — Paul Alien ,.„Oran Stovall .; ; ''BEHAVIOR IN EUBIiC" jp^l^actej is:...

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

i a.; ,-f- i 1 * •■ .*£ _ T\' ' V" I STUDENTS' mmmmi r^r AND IT CAME TO PASS:— ' ,/. Everything for the Student. Phone 244 X lh if'-V $$ one of those ihofti- ing aM«d r WiTIt the crack CQMPANt, I tried to dr6ss mfHOUT a light. that - cfert^in morrfirig when ' . I was att&mjftin& to "clean up," 'v. . - ;■" •RY the light which Otis top* gpiciious its absenc^-l f oiind jriy BRtf&il and ifi^e and Begun ;the-1 -• BfttlSHiftG siiirit With great ZEST and pep, / MY ent^pifsm . INCREASE^ cprisiderafeiy jn ABOUT seven seconds when I',-.., ■/.'■ Y- !■ • ittSCOVEItED that I did not HAVE the red tube of tooth : 3?A$TE but, the PlfiK tiil PORT FROLICS MAVikc &Mpj i. f —Nic lek Fletcher. Peacock Barber arid Beauty 0hop ' „Qflr jnQttp is to please yoii Satisfaction is our guarantee. ' • , ®h4 Jtlaei of Serviee Mrs. Olive Waldo O. A. Grissett Beauty Parlor Barber |-4 Headquarters for i Y6u Will find ^^Rih'gi Wrfe needed for the schoolroom &i4e ^aate We Give the W SERVICE And have...

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

. --^js—r^v3" v "• i > " • :'/ ..." East Sid^ STORE if. i ■ -v^l'::A,-/A-"=■■ '■jBOLTwBKO&-iMIU^-C Wj?^ ;■'■•: THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE I'KOPLK HOLT'S OBUG STORE North Side ; PLOYBOYS PLAY BRILLIANT GAME HERE LAST FRIDAY (Continued from .page 1) iir'it down oft' oncl. Hunter inter- : i ijepts *4;pass and-r^turns it 20, yards ,to his own 35-yard line.. Tarleton - I'umbles i and Gainesville fails to ■' v ih^Jce ten -yards': on three buclcs, ■ . Gainesville: kicks out on Tarleton's ■; 27ryard lipe. Fred gets five, Hunt- l;. '■ ■'■( er!s pass: is intercepted and it is : :: i.©ainesvUie's ball on Tarleton's 30- ; : 'yard line.' , The quarter, is up: ;V" ; '' , : Second Quarter ' :' • '•' .Worthy went in fox- Cox (Tarle- ' *'ton)'. Gaine ville 15 to Tarleton's , ' ^6-yard'line; Tarleton's ball. Three plays fail to gain' and'Taylor kicks 60 yards, to Gainesville's 15-yard v;":i-line.. '-'."r:1 ■ Gainesville fails to make first down and kicks. Tarleton's ball, V Tarletoji, ...

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

-1. "VAW' i- on ye tarleton t k, M .$&•; i'( * .* ! VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 18, 1927, NUMBER 10, rv" '' fx v.. -'-1 ■ ■ *' I' • ■y- -r i Listen, Plowboy | 4444444+ f4> WHOOPEE! Plowboy, how is this for football weather ? Bring on the Arlingtonites, the Grubbers, the Hornets, the inva'ding horde from the East, and rattle out your old mess kit, for there will be meat served from Plowboy kitchens on Turkey Day. : WE can't find it in our hearts to subject you to a royal "eating out," for it is understood that you will get enough of those in. the paper. At any rate, the gray days are past and "nothin' but blue skies" ahead. And'why "blue skies?" Because the Plowboy score is going to be up in the clouds on next Thursday. And Grubbs will be a complete flop. Their landing gear >vill never leave the ground, and they will do a nose dive to an ignominious de- feat. ■ WE have turned over this space to the Ten Tarleton Peppers; so if you ;will turn to page three now, you...

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

s ■ •. ■ * I •d . ; $<,; T , • /,'•' 4., 1 * -'t' }•% ON YE TARLETON WatchjThpse Pfcwboys Oo We Are" For You? '3i SEpiCI DRIG STORE, OX' \'K TARLETON Watch Those Plowboys Go ■$. ■ %>$h > Vy«SV S|^ke ot®. s'iorb ^u&gpMpciUAi^iSferkpNTOV^r I* ' , ■ .' ■> . ...■ .. V Entered as second-class maii matter , at the ppstojffice in £Jte- phjenville, Texas, under tile Act of Congress of Biarch 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor ...... Associate Editor....... Sports Editor Faculty Adviser ^Graduate Associate 'Exchanger_;Editor Feature Editor ' Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Gabe Lewis Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers EI L. (Ned) White Eleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox _ Charles Ferguson i We.1 don Hart SERGEANT, MOSESi: Gfti£Y BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager ... Paul Allen' ..Oran Stovall Mary. Lee > McC u rdy .BeQjilBtjrfssnl ,C ^G)9y^r 'Lucas Dixon REGULAR REPORTERS Vernon Holley Lucile Kyle. Opal Butler Paul Holdridge J.ohn.Cage Tujlus Smith, ' V ■ i . ->7 \...

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

aV fjrf 1!,V ' ! S0#B¥ AND IT CAME TO ^ASS:-— ■ G v. - t srufiinlt: Ever^liing for^^tHe St^epi. ^hoiife 244 EXCHANGE V r n.TKHi" to the students of tarleton college' Quite a number of you know some, oi; .'"all the members of the X. T. JZ% if youi tap. afiqwajpte^ vfith us don't tell, others, btitpleaBei call their attention to our work. We work not for individual" merit but for Tarleton . and* everything that is put forth, for a good and wholesome reason. Being a. mem- ber of the. club for (?) years", I could teli. ypu niany incidents that might be of interest to you, but that is riot, the purpose of our work. WE WANT PEP Students, should we go to a ball game,or ,tQ,any student activity and sit there like a statue, or leave the activity without a legitimate rea- son, or aggrivate others who might aid in piipj or severely criticize some one who is giving his best for the school?, Since some ladies may read this article I will not use the appropriate language but will call a. person o...

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

CV-f i-"'' tL'! •• *■■.",' "' .>''' • ■ •••« ■ •• k ■■ ■. ■.■■ '* ^v-' ' r V..' X THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Si«lt> ' HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPAM the' stores catering to the college people HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side v;Evw,;McNEiLL I BARBER SHOP / Formerly White Sanitary ■ . Barber Shop Hair Cut 25c—Shave 15c jPeacock Barber and Beauty Shop O*11'' motto is to please you Satisfaction is our guarantee* "■ The Fkice of Service Mrs. Olive Waldo - O. A. Grisaett Beauty Parlor Barber f WpY BROS. Headquarters, for '|:^JSflSJDENtS > SUPPLIES You will find everything here ■ - needed for the school room (South Sicie Square PLOWBOYS OUTCLASS RANGER IN GAME HERE J CHIROPRACTIC? Yes, for your sore muscles, and sprained joints, after your foot- ball games. See your local Chiropractor. Located in oI<I 1st Natl. Bank Dr. D. E. Cather , Stephenville, Texas Special rates to groups Dr.W. D. Turner OPTOMETRIST The Kryptok Specialist His Work Satisfies Office over Stephenville State .""'Bank'' ' ...

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

...... '-...1 , , ■r i- ■i B E A G R U B B S mr-, Bh i fsKifl,1 1 WE WANT ANOTHER STATE . CHAMPIONSHIP / ■ w-mf ?? ■! ) ill'. lYJi.i"''! •• ■ ""w~ 4' B E A T G R U B B S VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1927. NUMBER 11 THE HORNETS IN ANNUAL CLASH TODAY LISTEN! PLOWBOY! FIGHT! FIGHT! Thanksgiving Day with its thoughts of turkeys and craa berry sauce is hei'e. But even more important than edibles to the heart of every loyal Tarleton student, ex- student, faculty member, and sym- pathizer is the thought that today we play Grubbs, and today we are to win from them. SUCH a fact, though we are not fatalists, is preordained, moreso than any other thing in the world for behind the eleven men, who trot on the field with the victory of Tarleton in their every thought and act, v is the student bady, faculty, and all the others welded together with an inseparable flux that ad- mits of nothing but an overwhelm- ing victory. A victory such as has never been seen before and will never be...

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

■ *V<; ON YE TARLETON We Are For You ON YE TARLETON ■J'-';: Watch Those Plowboys Go SERVICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys ,Go STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffiice in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief - Gabe Lewis Assistant Editor I - Robert Wood Associate Editor — Lurlyne Sellers Sports Editor -R- L. (Ned) White Faculty Adviser .Eleanor Atkinson Graduate Associate — Barney Wilcox Exchange Editor Charles Ferguson Feature Editor - - — Weldon Hart CADET CHATTER NEWS BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Paul Allen Oran Stovall Mary Lee McCurdy Lewis Nordyke Leon Stinson Clinton Glover. Lylia Enberg Lucas Dixon . REGULAR REPORTERS Vernon Holley Lucile Kyle Opal Butler Paul Holdridge Zeddie Edgar Tullus Smith OUR GUESTS I ' Today we meet our ancient rival, Grubbs, on the football field \ in what promises to be the best game ...

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

; 'XV." ' j '■ s*'-, ■V.. V V . .... r. MOODY STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— Everything1 for the Student. Phone 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE ! : . "v.. > -'V..; i\ H ^ a'* - 9 • v II ;■ ■ I WILLIAMS HOUGHTON PATTON (Captain ' : > f .1- ■>, DAVIS LOCKHART EVANS Six Good Reasons Why Tarleton Will Be the State Champions UNUSUAL PEP SHOWN AT PEP MEETINGS The pep meeting found everyone in exactly the proper framjs of mind to make it a success. The meeting was attended nearly 100 per cent by the student body. They showed so much spirit that Tucker forgot the "eating out" that he had planned. The pep meeting Saturday night was a huge success. Although the bunch was small, they showed that they were there for business and that their greatest ambition was to Beat .Grubbs. The Grubbs yell leaders were there, and Lieut. Hearne told us how they were feeling at Grubbs. Fish Green showed that he was a' true Fish, and we believe he would be worthy to come to Tafle- " ton. We know that the tru...

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

y-:''/ > ''V1-. . V ' " ' • 'V;' ,m j • THE CROSS DRUG STORE i' feast Side . HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY ' ; THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE ■ North Side THE KING'S PALACE .J"., "f> A>". f':~ y~i . - . i. Spike had the misfortune of breaking one of her guitar springs last week, but she soon managed for another string. So you see we are stiil not without music. 'V Do you all know what the most tragic thing is? Sadie de- cided last Sunday night that it was treading in the dark upon a stqp that wasn't there, 0, you sox! If anyone wants to know how . to . make good peanut brittle candy, jtist ask Doodle. She can tell you all about it. Shorty, and the rest of the Royal House, made some pic- ! lures last week end. We are all dying with the curiosity to know whether they are going to be good or not. e. w. McNeill BARBER SHOP Formerly. White Sanitary ' , Barber Shop Hair dut 25c-r-Shave 15c m t SHORT TALKS + I ' . -4- + By Faculty Members | By Mrs. "W- Chamb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 December 1927

i •>y- ir. ■ f - ■ ■ W- *: * !( •■ :a ' . i-"> ■f M / c H A M P I O N S 27 it ' C H A M P I O N S 27 VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 2, 1927. NUMBER 12. WIN STATE IN FOOTBALL ■+■>' ♦ * ♦—f- 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ +-+->_+ +- + i ♦ ♦ .+-^-+—+-+-+-4--+--+~ --+--+—♦ ♦ ■-■— —-f-4— Hundreds of Ex-Students Return to See Annual Clash T Listen, Plowboy Well, the Plowboys proved their superiority over the Hornets last Thursday in the usual decisive manner. Modesty forbids the -writer, to claim to he a prophet, but it seems that the outcome was pre- dicted several weeks ago in this column. Football is over for this year, but you can bet your last dollar Tarle- ton will be right back with another championship team next year: , Tarleton's "twelfth man" was very much in evidence at the game, and just a little bit stronger than Grubbs' "twelfth man." Notice the score if you have any doubts about his importance. PROMINENT EX- STUDENTS HERE LAST THURSDAY Came Here to See Their Alma Mater Rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 December 1927

'''■m •ON YE TARLETON We Are For You ON YE TARLETON "■■■Watch-Those Plowboys-Go SERVICE DRUG STORE Watch Those Plowboys Go # ■ ; ■ V- STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN ; ' 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 — . Sports Editor v-. - — - / Faculty Adviser —.— Graduate Associate Gabe Lewis Robert Wood- Lurlyne Sellers ,R. L. (Ned) White Eleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox • Exchange Editor —: - Charles Ferguson Feature Editor : , : Weldon Hart ; BUSINESS STAFF '• .. Business Manager ........— r Assistant Business Manager REGULAR REPORTERS Paul Allen ..Oran Stovall Mary Lee McCurdy Lewis Nordyke Leon Stinson Clinton Glover ! Lylia Enberg • Lucas Dixon Yernon Holley Lucile Kyle Opal Butler Paul Holdridge Zeddie Edgar Tullus Smith 'I' ■ : . pep ^ Now that tie football season is over, we must turn our thoug...

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