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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 January 1928

•STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS'— ■ Everything for the Student. Phone 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE itAYLOR CIGARETTES—NOT A * *" 'M A BARN FUIii l&mi . , After having smoked one carton of I) TAYLOR CIGARETTES, I hearfc- !y recommend them as preventative of ven the slightest irritation of the 'throat. I have tried many brands in the years I have been addicted'to the weed, but these cigarettes have the most soothing, healing aroma of any 1 have yet found". '* Signed: around ill town. Since each company wants the banner, and will try for it, I guess; but the one that is the winner will be the one that trains the best. Victor Artist This testimonial came to our office a few days past and we wish to give the general: public an idea of what people of prominence in the artistic world think of our product; games on saturday night Stay in there, Plowboys, we are for you. Those two games last week were great. Yet we venture to say that many stu- dents did not see the game Sat- urday night. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 January 1928

THE CROSS DRUG STORE i'i'V East Side HOLT Bm DRUG COiPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COILEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side ' OFFICERS PARTY AT METH- - OMST CHURCH WEDJNES- ■ DAY NIGHT ' ' ti- : i -■>■■;■■■■-• ' - At the Methodist church on Wednesday night the officers of ; John Tarleton College, clad in raiments of great men passed on, will attend a party in their honor. Such great, characters as Roosevelt, Confucius, JHnd- enburg, Long John Silver, a Ro- man Cardinal, Booker T, Wash- ' ington, Woodrow Wilson, and ... . other great men that have made ' history, will be represented- by the officers. The girls will be costumed similarly, to that of their es- . corts; ■ This novel idea was or- iginated in the ranks of the of- ; fleers club and will be a lark for entertainment. SHORT TALKS 4 +By Faculty Members $ + . : T -f HERBERT FAGAN 4- Associate Professor (of Commercial -*■ LETTER from MISS ELLIS J-TAC SPONSOR 1926 4-H-H- i Singer Sewing Mach- ines BODGE, Salesman i apd Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1928

'■*"V ■ E X C E L L E N T CO. B is for best company, platoon, and all E is for effort that caused "A" Company's fall S is for service; we all did our lot. T is for tactics which "A" Company has not Au E X c E L L T VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 27, 1928. NUMBER 18. B" Is Winner of The Competitive Drill PLOWBOY DID you know the first semester has come to an end, and the demerit list will be started anew? SOME of our best students will leave; and their places can never be filled, but we will not lose that pep and enthusiasm which makes Tarleton the best school in the South. WE should all feel better now so why not get behind that team and assist them in winning the basket- ball championship. SOME say we are losing the old Tarleton spirit, but I believe we still have the old spirit that shall never die in the heart of the true Tarletonite. Let's put out at the next ball game. 4 44 444444444444 4 GREETINGS FROM THE DEAN COMMISSIONED OFFICERS HAVE THRILLING PARTY Last Wednesday, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1928

rr^ -;v ■< .■■:■■■■ :v> ■; ' / EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN LI. 'is: 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 Robert Wood Assistant Editor — 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 SHORT TALKS 4 "t tBy Faculty Members I J. W. FOOTE Professor of Commercial Arts ++++++++++++++++ Qu .... Paul Allen ..Oran Stovall BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager COMPANY "B" EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief —; - Zeddie Edgar Associate Editor Melvin Tucker ' Assistant Editor : Charles Carter Sport Editor Harold Matthews Feature Editor Garland Matthews .Exchange Editor. Kermit Neel Faculty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1928

T~^l r' / V ^ MOODY STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS1 Everything* for the Student. Phone 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE FORT FROLICS After we had given up Stov- all for a few days, but we hope that now since he is back, ev- erything will be all right. The Fort Fish seem to be waking up. They gave the up- perclassmen the board for the second terra. Saturday night, after the game, the Fort Fish entertained the upperclassmen with a ball. Hot chocolate was served be- fore the dance, then with Jazz Bo and: his violin and "Hos" with his-———(It make's mus- is,) we, started the hop. The center of attraction was Uncle Walt and Shorty Morgan. Say, fellows, that is an exam- ple of grace, and of you don't believe it, just come and let your own peepers convince you. We had some visitors; ask Dace and "Pos" Behrns about it. Watson and ZR3 seem to enjoy getting into bed with the pres- ents that the boys gave them. Last but the saddest part of the story is that one of the most important members of our fam- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1928

• • ■ '■ "r * ■ • •■ v. r-;-i . :• •' ; 'l'-M • ■ v ' H'v ■ !f "V" ..t/ ■ A V THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY the stores catering to the college people HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side SECOND PLATOON CO. "B" WINS FIRST PLACE (Continued from page one) the second that this company has won in succession. The men of "B" Company have the winning spirit, and it will require some real work to beat them in the next compe- tition. Not Full Dress Uniforms had just been dis- tributed among a new body of soldiers, and the captain was inspecting them. As he pas- sed each man, he inquired if there ■ were anything missing. They all seemed to be satisfied, excepting a fellow in the rear rank, who seemed to be excited and when the captain asked him, he replied: "Say Cap., I didn't get any vest." ORGANIZATION OF SER- GEANTS CLUB At the sergeant's school on January second, a sergeant's club was formed. This adds more clubs, to Tarleton's rost- er. We elected as officers some of Tarl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 February 1928

,' • v.... . J U N O R \ . ■".i I' •: VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 3, 1928. NUMBER 19. We Sincerely Welcome You *.'*v PLOWBOY WE have been winning very con- secutively, Plowboys, but that does not mean that we have a cinch on winning everything. Don't forget that it takes your co-operation to keep it up. WASN'T that demonstrated in our games with Weatherford? Everyone went into the game Sat- urday feeling as though-we had a walk-over. But if you remember it wasn't such in the first half. When the second half started the "Tarle- ton Pep" started. Consequently we won. DO something Plowboys. for our school, THE new semester has begun now, Plowboy. , Are we going to follow out the things that you said you were going to do? Such as making grade points and making the honor roll? LET'S do the things we promised ourselves we would do. If we don't —we, lose, our self-respect and thereby lose ottr' friends' respect. Think it over and study. INTER-COMPANY ATHLETICS By Lts. White and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 February 1928

EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffiee in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ... Assistant Editor Associate Editor . Sports Editor ,— ■Faculty Adviser . Gabe Lewis ....Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers R, L. (Ned) White ...Eleanor Atkinson Graduate Associate ........ L.— Barney Wilcox Exchange, Editor ..... Charles Ferguson Feature Editor Weldon Hart BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager : Assistant Business" Manager .... Paul Allen ..Oran Stovall Editor-in-Chief .... JUNIOR STAFF . ...... Ty Cobb Allen Assistant Editor Opal Butler Associate Editor ..J. Roy Worthy Sports Editor ----- - C. Edwards Exchange Editor - Autis McMahan Feature Editor , , Dorothy Jean Eppler Faculty Adviser Miss Marrs Business Manager Ida Mae Oliver Assistant Business Manager W. J. Gragg LEADERSHIP A leader...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 February 1928

t , ": ib U MOOfit STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— Everything for the Student. Phone 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT JUNIOR PARTY papg, feature Bax washing all the dirty dishes after the party. Well, he did it and with the aid of Foxy, Blackburn, Ty, Powell and Gragg, the kitehen was put in perfect order. Things would have been done up better if Blackburn had not worn "button shoes. He could hardly walk so he left early to wait at the wagon yard for his pa. Elizabeth certainly started something when she threw the olive seed at a newly arrived Junior while Bax had his ,eye turned. Powell looked very nice in an apron. We don't wonder that he has so many girls. There is no rule aganist bug- gy x'ides so Foxy took Edna Earl for a spree. Ty and Edna stayed in the kitchen all the time, we wonder if they were eating or washing dishes. ; Bert and Gragg were busy but we are not saying what at. We all took airplane rides driven by the boys and guided by the girls. They weren't...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 3 February 1928

THE CROSS DRUG STORE ; , East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side MISS LILLARD TO PRESENT PLAY AT MAJESTIC FEB, 7. Oil Tuesday, February 7th, at the 'Majestic Theatre, the drama group of Tarleton under the direction of Miss Lillard, will present to the public the one-act play, "The Finger of God," by the well known play- wright, Percival Wilde. This play has been produced by many of the leading Little Theatres throughout the coun- try, and it has always been re- ceived with great enthusiasm , and appreciation. A few years ago, it was presented with great success by the Wisconsin players at the Wisconsin Little Theatre, under the direction of - Frederic Irving Deakiri. It is a play of strong emotional ap- peal and will hold your atten- tion from etart to finish. It is , . the tragic story of a middle-ag- ed business man who steals a great deal of money and pre- pares to leave his home town. 1 One of his office girls appe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 February 1928

y - ,,;v ' >, k V i : ' K-' y* BE SURE YOU ARE WRONG BEFORE YOU QUIT 'k k '. 'A';v,ry VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 10, 1928. NUMBER 20. PLOW BOY SAY, gang, how did you like the two games last week ? Evidently a number of you were not interested in the results, as you did not attend the games. At any rate the Plow- boys did their duty by beating Hillsboro decisively in both games. IF any of you who do not have energy enough, will go out to the track some morning at six—an ab- surdity even to think of your type doing it—you will find that the Plowboys work while others sleep. There are several track men—the nucleus of another championship organization working out every morning. PLOWBOYS TAKE TWO FROM HILLSBORO BUT our minds must likewise turn to things 'of a more serious nature. The talk that Dean Davis made in chapel the other morning should warn some people that they, should go to work. HOW about starting the old game of pitching washers and horseshoes on the campus? Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 February 1928

- ,i EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE / 'A'"- ■ / SERVICE DRUG STORE STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 t Student Opinion ^ EDITOR'S NOTE: This column is reserv- ed fur the individual opinions of the stu- dents on all current issues. 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 Robert Wood Assistant Editor Associate Editor Lurlyne Sellers Sports Editor - - R. L. (Ned) White Faculty Adviser - - Eleanor Atkinson Graduate Associate - — Barney Wilcox Exchange Editor 4 Charles Ferguson Feature Editor - .: — Weldon Hart BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Paul Allen Assistant Business Manager — Oran Stovall The Honor System in College A Utopian scheme of student self-government to be applied to the college and university has been perfected but, to the best of my knowledge, the scheme, though ardently sponsored by most fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 February 1928

r/" MOODY STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— Everything for the Student. Phone 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE BUBBLES FROM THE NEW ANNEX SOAP BOX Mary Lee has a hard time checking up on us this semes- ter since the fruit basket has turned over. There has been so much moving about and ex- changing yooms that when one roommate leaves the room, the other has to remain at home in order to lend her voice and presence to guide the prodigal back where she belongs. Ask Virginia and Elizabeth Bettis, Charline, Edna Earl, Edna Mar- sden, Elizabeth Stoker, Nell, Hazel, Fannie Myrl, Louise An- drus, Virginia Evans, Shirley Pirison, and Audrey Winters if this is not the proper procedure when they journey from their respective numbers. But any- way, everybody's happier for the change, and the rooms which received the new occu- pants have been subjected to what should have been a fall cleaning, but which may prove to be the spring cleaning in- stead—unless, of course, the girls should decide to move again i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 10 February 1928

rv:-/ V"'" S"1;. IV THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side CAPTAIN BAKER ■ AND HIS PETS The other day as I was sitting in the J-Tac office racking my brain for something to write for the Junior edition of the J-Tac, a soft whistle sounded just outside the window. I looked out and saw Cap- . tain Baker whistling while feeding his' pets. Every teacher has his pets, but I believe Captain Baker has the most unusual specimens in that line. I went out to where the Captain was feeding his pets, and as he told ixie their life histories, I became very interested indeed. The tiniest and wildest of the bunch of squirrels is called "Sena- tor." Joe Gandy and Alvin Young gave the Captain three of the squirrels, and he bought the others from people in and around' Stephen- ville. The favorite foods of Cap- tain Baker's squirrels are grass- hoppers, crickets, apples, peaches, pears, grapes, pecans, green corn, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 February 1928

■■ ,.*:.ysA.. W: i !' V t F 11 E S H I- A N '31 • ' /)-XMM! Jk S?'"" Aia F R E S H Mi A N '31 H| VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 17, 1928. NUMBER 21. 'Jfc FRESHMEN PORTRAITS Nick Fletcher, Always knows the latest dance steps and where to get real beer. Goes in for fancy waist- coats and nfagical feats with bor- rowed watches. ■ , Raymond Wilson. A free spend- er when he "has it," but only "has it" about once a semester. Obsess- ed with a passion for Guy de Mau- passant, sardines, sandwiches and rolling the bones. Thinks he'll take police work after graduation. : Allie McKenzie... Just- "a girl from the Lumberlost." Full of pep, corn, cabbage and buttermilk. An ideal possum,hunter; she knows the trails. William Bartholomew Can tell you exactly what the English exam questions will be, but never seems to know the answers. Wears home- spun flannels and loud socks. Virginia Pior. A real nice sweet girl; thimid and demure. Favors an Esqimo and hails from Canada. Lawrence Lewis: Wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 February 1928

r,'y^" V"; \K' J' " '>} EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE . SERVICE DRUG STORE STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN LET US SERVE YOU , DURING 1928 Entered , as second-class mail matter at the postoffiee in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Gabe Lewis Assistant Editor . 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 BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Paul Allen Assistant Business Manager Oran Stovall FRESHMAN EDITORIAL STAFF Editor:in-Chief Associate Editor — News Editor ..'— Exchange Editor.... Faculty Adviser ; Nick Fletcher ; Virginia Pior . Allie McKenzie Glynn Ledb.etter Miss Wickline, Mr. Dienst BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager . Laura Bertrand Lawrence Lewis OUR PAPER Through the combined efforts of the members of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 February 1928

r, ~*:rT- fiy i \ , V ■ V,' n "■.< ■^Vi. MOODY STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— w. i ■ i' i Everything1 for the Student. Phone 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE O'POSSUM HUNT One Satruday evening as be- fore time agreed upon, the hun- ters of opossums met in front of the Administration building. Who are the 'possum hunters? We are the members of the Freshman class. However, Mr. Dienst and Miss Yarbrough ac- companied us as chaperones. At seven o'clock p. m. three cars started for the Three Cir- cle Ranch, which is about nine miles from Stephenville. As it was rather cold, all stopped at the home of Mr. Busby where we warmed and borrowed a dog to help us on our hunt. At the Three Circle Ranch we got out of the cars near a little creek which is a short distance from the Fort Worth highways The ones who did not r.tep across the creek stepped in. We went across a field, whi^h seem- ed to 'be full of bailing wire, hunting opossums. When we left the field, we found oursel- ves climbing hills, goi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 17 February 1928

-.'"' i ■ ■*.;,{• • the Cross drug store "East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE holt's drug store North Side CAN'T YOU JUST HEAR "-(fv Miss Mah^n'say, "I'll be a little late today, students, on acount of some juniors changing section?," ox*, "Let me have your attention, please." , Mr. Lane conclude, "So there you have that, and so on," "And there you are," or "A vague, general in- definite idea," or "Well, what did you get out of this?" Mr. T id we 11 came in at the door with, "I believe we have a little quiz today," or "All right." "Mr. George purr forth, "When I was in California," or "Kath-a- leen." Mr. Gearreald wrinkle his face, squint his eyes, and go, "Un—-un— un. Well." Mrs. Chamberlin says kittenishly, "Prick one ear over this way while you work." Dr. A. 0. Cragwall Office Phones 213 and 8 Residence Phone 299. Miss Gough designate some mas- culine individual with, "That man." Miss Lee as she writhes up from the little desk in the librar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1928

•' T^XT ^\:,J'V:; ' ■ rui-TLn Jli' 1 rm-ru-i VOLUME 8 STEPHENVXLLE, TEXAS, . FEBRUARY 34, 1928. \ ( , NUMBER 22. ./• ' & "• : ENQINEEK m . Perhaps \ you are wondering 1 : whether or not you are going to survive >this. terrible onslaught of , calculus, "trig", "deseript", , and " other fearful subjects. 11 Perhap s ; ' you become-disheartened, at times, IJut remember that a good engineer , '! is aible to -see 'things not yet ma- terialized; - There is a prize to win. .?. In tji® distance there'is victory. ; Carry on! • ' •In speaking of the future we in- variably wonder where we are go- ing to attend school after we com- plete t^e course at Tarleton- Wei should remember that qui* mother institution, the: Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas,_ is one of the finest engineering schools ; .in.theSoutSi.- ■ •> • Have you noticed that a very large piercentage of the ; leaders in. Tarleton student activities are en- gineers ? After all, brains count. The; architecture clas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1928

,pk ~ V • ■ r • ' 'J ^t:rv' ' ~~ ~. : ~ , ft. • •!'.'. , ! . . ' 1 I ' . ' ' ' ' ' ■\y-\ / / . ' ' r7Yi i. ■i .. £HE CROSS DRUG STORE STUDiixEast Side ''>; ' :■ * >V. SERVICE LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 ■>■.)■ .TWAINS.-NBT HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS THAT ARE FOREMOST IN ENGINEERING '• Entered as second-clan's mail matter at the po3toffice in Ste- phenville, Texas, . urider the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879- r Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor AssociateEditor ....... 8 ports E ditor Faculty iidyiser Graduate Associate • Exclpnge. EMitor Feature. Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Gabe Lewis Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers ....R, L. (Ned) White Eleanor Atkinson ...i....- Barney; Wilcox .... Charles Ferguson Weldon Hart V ./.BUSINESS':STAipF .. . , Business-Manager i, —- P «l Allen ~ -;tov Assistant Business Manager „Oran Stovall ':i;3\i .;■ V V'ENGINEER'S EDITORIAL STAFF'■ Editorri^Chiei Assistant ^Editor Associate Editor. ..;...Mortoh Brooks Norinan Peyton ^ re Mclvin Tucker Feature Editor, Su...

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