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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1928

ji" 'V"1 ')¥tf r->- ■ i.i . ^r..Ww Tr^vp&rsr: ^"■"■j-^^'f'-'-—~ ~y&^?rTrT~, ———""—■ ■ :- 'i f^-:^:,>-AISfI>: IT Everything for ,1^0116:244! vS.:.v.v.i ':.;:.uVr Ilf: ,SHORT.TALKS; /t ^ %,^acu^;M^mbers: | By MR. HAL C. pbREMUS : X ;ad,;pf Engineering Department +' ed from, taping new sources of wealth' and catching; 'the spirit of the times,., that amazes one, but it is the grand way in which the people have ordered their replacements that convinces tion of crops, and the arid lands must . be reclaimed by irriga- tion to effect this end. .;. ; ' Perhaps the greatest field op- en to the engineer next to struc- tural work, is to be found in the ,J i/ V \ , !-.C A" ■ *■' ■ i.' v.'tf . ;■■ '... 'J-'- ^iAr-r^l- >';.s . ,\ !''■ ■' V.... ,.i-1* v-i: l'A.> v" ' -V: W'-ti '; /.',i •• i' . ' ' : :/ WjbffJIi.'iTexaa'1 still-' occupies,' & place in the front ranks of ag- riculture, we are ,'impreSgiBd jftore and- ;mof e each; year with " li^r greait strides in '.indust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1928

.Vj'-ftrW ,' . ■ \ 1 J lit !".. \; < 4.i . >' .."'"'"A : :'v 1 / ■'vUr-Vi: _'// ' '.V vv ' \-n- ' S •. "M";''.,..;, ' .. J ■ \v W -1 ^ il,. THE CROSS'DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS, DRUG CQ^ANV THE STORES CATKKl.Vt: TO TIIE COLLEGE I'EOI'LK HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side -MR. A. A. McSWEENY EXPLAINS NEW METHODS IN TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYS •,'{ ,'1. .• '■'A' • i V' *'■ • ; ■"* « A: \ The past few years; have wit- nessed a remarkable change in the, mptho.ds of the logging in- dustry. ' It was only a few years' ago., that a _ man with a Quarter section of timber land, a team of horses and a limited capital cpnJd engage in the log- ging business. But times have changed; the "close timber" has all been logged pll"; keen competition has: reduced the prices and, the future,' logging operations of the large compan- ies are planned out on a com- prehensive scale for years to eo'me. The old "tote" road is : being supplanted by the logging railroad. The passing of the small mill man is marked b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1928

I IIJ. Ill I :" v cIf. o ■ CfL--&-<5 s*y£--3<7-t-7 The BAND VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 2, 1928. NUMBER 23. Tarleton Conference Champs Again in Basketball ++++*+++♦♦+++++♦ * + + BLUE NOTES + + . + •+" + + + + + "+' + +' + '+''+"'f'+,+'^' V We frankly admit we're good, $nd its very seldom that we make "blue" notes. However, to break the monotony, we take liberty in deviating from this general rule. Now listen! THE MUSIC—-— "Big Medicine Man" Leverette was down at Waco it coupla weeks ago to take his exam to enter An- napolis Naval Academy. On the return trip something seems to have happened that caused him to spenfl the night out in the hills this side of Meridian. But we won't mention that. Anyhow, after he gets In Annapolis, we hope he comes back to see us some time abouta mile of gold braid on it. And wearing a pretty blue uniform with just think, WE usta play in the band with him! WIND JAMMERS Hashed again. We lost. There's no maybe about it; we just lost, Yeh, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 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 aa 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 - Gatifi Lewis ^Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers TL (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 EDITORIAL STAFF OF THE BAND ISSUE Editor-in-Chief David Hall Associate Editor — — Jack Tindall Assistant Editor Eugene von Livingston Sports Editor — Jimmie Atlee Exchange Editor Morton Brooks Feature Editor Buel Fox Faculty Adviser — D. G. Hunewcll BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Weischel Baxley Assistant Business Manager — Bragg Stockton A SOUND OFF The band sounds ...

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

MOODY STUDENTS' AND IT CAME TO PASS:— Everything for the Student. Phone 244 HENSARLING EXCHANGE WE NOMINATE FOB THE HALL OF FAME Mr. A. A. McSwecny—Be- cause he gave us giuy band sweaters for our purple ones. Mr, Chas. W. Froh—Because he plans our band trips. The P. M. S. & T. Staff—Be- cause they stick innocent little band officers, who, not know- ing any better, wear their boots to drill. Capt, Muleahy—Because he lets ut! rehearse instead of drill- ing'. Because he gives us the dope, par-tic-ular-ly on our or- gan-I-za-shun. Sgt. Moses Gray—Because he lets us ALONE at drill. Mr. Ilunewell—Just because. phenville Fire sings "Keep The Burning," Department Home Fires If (his was the Navy we'd all be singing Skipper Moses Grays "Song of the Vulgar Boatmen." TAR1,ETON'S BAND An impossible song- coming from the annual office; "The Sweetheart of Some Other Guy" Ruth Clark. Sonny Day presents: Blue Heaven." "My Hot from the Pole—the new Eskimo song1, "Freeze a Jolly Good Fellow." THE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1928

THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side CAPTAIN NEXT YEAR'S ■ BAND 18 ANNOUNCED (Continued from pai<e one) On the first page it was announc- ed that tho eaptam of the band lor "il'ti-'M, had been selected, fill!, not only the captain has been selected, but the entire commissioned staff has been selected. The staff has decided to wait un- til tho next issue of the band's J-Tac to Miiomjm'r; the commissions. Thin issue will be m Maich, 1929, Good night. Sweet dreams, non- com miitatoners, you may wear a lit- tle leather bye and bye. OUlt OLD RAND MEN f Continued from page one) laud (4 working m Dallas, and C. Bradsm is down at the Students' Exchange. H. Finley is working in Knox City, and Deaton Moorehouse is in Hamlin, Rex George, is in business with his father in Rio Hondo. "Sticker" Braeuer is selling insurance here in Stephenville, Leo Joneg is in busi- ness in Colorado, Texas; "Burr- head" Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1928

m mm ■■M ■■§ 7%e VIDETTE CAITAIN M j MHLCAHY t t T p Y f 9 THIS EDITION OF THE J-TAC TS DEDICATED TO THE FIRST TilKEIi AMERICAN DOUGH BOYS WHO FELL* ON THE BATTLEFIELD OF FRANCE TN DEFENSE OF TIJLEltt COUNTRY skufltlant m w gkay VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH ®, 1928. NUMBEli 24. The Vidette Organization Best in History of Tarleton V1DETTES Mi DID YOU EVEll TTEAH Sergeant Gay say: "No, my dear young friends, you are drilling better than any men I ever saw. You know the manpal of arms, and you execute it perfectly. You never hesitate. It would be well to relax and not have so much, snap?" Or Dean Davis: "Young people, don't study so hard; loiter in the hallways during your spare time as it in not worth a thing?" Or Mr. Howell: "Just leave it to me when you forget anything as I will remove any and all demerits ■with pleasure?" Or Mr. Mc Sweeny: "You need not write your problems in proper form, and you may just as well for- get about the signs as thoy are un- important?" Or Captai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1928

"V EVERYTHING*FOR THE STUDENTS HERE SERVICE DRUG STORE STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN DOWN TOWN LET US SERYE YOU DURING 1928 Entered as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenvitle, Texad, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor .... Associate Editor Sports Editor Gabe Lewis ...... ^Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers Faculty Adviser Graduate Associate Exchange Editor Feature Editor R. L. (Ned) White .Eleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox Charles Ferguson „ Weldon Hart BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager - Assistant Business Manager - Paul Allen ,.Oran StovaU VIDETTE EDITORIAL STAFF Lewis T. Nordyke Editor-in-Chief Clinton Glover -- Assistant Editor J. Melvin Tucker .Associate Editor Ralph Russell Exchange Editor Eugehe Von Livingston Feature Editor James Footf> - . Sport Editor Clarence Middlebrooks Business Manager William Gobble Assistant Business Manager Mrs. Frances Ramey Faulty Adviser Capt. Michael J. Mulcah...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1928

COL CHARLES MAYO EXPLAINS PURPOSE OF THE R. 0. T. C. Impressions of R.O.T.G Training {Written by Col Charles Mayo for The J-Tac) The results of R. 0, T. C. train- ing can be arbitrarily divided into two broad clasacs with reference to benefits received. Briefly they are the benefit derived by the Govern- ment who is responsible for the -training, and the benefits to the in- dividuals who rcceive the training. A study of the history of the United States will show that this country has always entered into armed conflicts unprepared. It has not had sufficient munitions, wea- pons, nor the trained men to han- dle them. There has never been a shortage of wan power, but there has always been an avoidable loss on account oi the lock of training in the essentials which enable the individual soldier to protect his health and existence. Prom the days of the Kevolutlonary War to the time of the war with Spain our men havti gone out without ade- quate preparation and" training. It is against th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1928

The History of The Tarleton Vidfettes Tarloton College has made her mark In the military world by send- ing' three crack commandos to the annual competition held between various It. 0. T. C. units through- out this state in the Fair Park sta- dium at the State Fair of Texas. This Is no small accomplishment in itself, and when the fact that each year our company h% taken second1 place, holding its Own with the most excellent organizations that this state affords, it becomes more than an accomplishment and as- sumes the light of an achievement. The writer has had the privilege of being in all three of these com- panies, and holds the enviable repu- tation of the sole, survivor. From the begmrting the purpose of the company has been to bring to Tarleton. the much sought-after loving cup that ^ "the grand prise, but which has remained in Wallas year after year with a tenacity that borders on the unusual to say the least. And yet it is not so unusual for those who have seen the other com...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1928

moody students' AND IT GAME TO PASS:— Everything for the Student. Phone 244 1Msarl!n6 exchange THE NIGHT BEFORE THE MORNING AFTER Dalian with all of her splen- dor and glory was welcoming us with outstretched arras. Why couldn't we have a good time. The bright lights of Big Dalas were dazzling before us. Shows, entertainment, vaudeville, eats, drinks of all kinds from ice wa- ter to shellac, cigarettes, chew- ing tobacco, and traffic signals, in fact anything with whieh Vidqttes could amuse himself. Many went to town with the hope of returning a poorer but wiser and more comical fool which he surely did. In the rush and hurry amid the sing- ing crowd, crying to all he met to come drink, let him treat this time, sure let it be on him. \Vith a peculiar but merry ha! ha! he boarded the Fair park street car to return to camp. What on earth! My Gawd, ho had not saved enough of his easy money for car fare. Why shouldn't they let him rido free he was the honor guest of the city. Yes, why s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1928

THE CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side NEW CAPS FOR VIDETTES ARE KEMOMJV1 ENDED (Continued from page one) "honor Vj<1nUeH" be numod by tho Commandant ami military depart- ment. Military efficiency, good scholastic standing, and conduct be- ing1 a prerequisite to this distinc- tion; 6. That the Military Department retain the right to cancel the privi- lege of any Vidottc of wearing the cap providing lie ut any time falls below the .standard set for "honor Videttes." Lieut.-Col. Gabe Lewis, Chairman, Major Carroll R. Dale, Captain Vernon Holley. LAST LYCEUM NUMBER TS VERY HUMOROUS (Continued from page one) Absolute silence fell like a mantle over about twelve hundred and fifty people of bin audiuncc. One could have heard a pin drop, there was absolute silence. Then like magic lie brought them out of it. The ef- fect produced wan marvelous. TTe dotted by rccitiriK "A Father's Talk to Hir Ron." a b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1928

V>.' . fe,' $>'§v- !,x -i ■{ -►■ '4 ,t fi-..j. , 1 ,■■■■■ /■ - "*' ",'i^*''' ^ ! I■"V.'.' '. -'jrV .'. ©W b;h ?:'v: '■f V WaV'! ■ 1 * ' '••r 1 - ' '"' ' * Jt>' jt ' r> "*■*"" w "■ :■ " ,; .,">t .W ,1 K / A-: :■ '<%$•&> , *1 •i> ■• •.' • ' ;: •* «V > « " "•M" ■ ; :A N ' ■ Ifc/,■;■;*.;, u- ;.;>y A i: F'V": ;/■' ■""* t ' i'7 7 1':.^ : >■■ ,f , rfc'. i-.r:,yi-.- S • ;• i :r; ft STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH lu, 1928 VOLUME 8 NUMBER 25. PLOW BOY Geo thar, Tom! Haw thaar, Beck! Spring is came! And with it the trees are beginning to send f out their; little messengers, as the poets would say. .The birds twitter in the, trees; : the Johnson grass is beginning to get the edge on the folks tack home; the farmers, your folks arid riiirie, are beginning to till the sail; and the Plowb'oys are working out day by day for the big baseball season, arid for those track events that are bound to come off. ;! So the world rocks merrily along, and the most of us are doi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1928

fy. *> whs • * v, r~ , • ~ 1 "" K \ f "4\\' <S t "> , 4 ' ' ■"' '■ \V*J .' vTF' • EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE S,/; > SERVICE DRUG LET US SEBVE-YOU : DURING 1928 STtTOENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOUR IIlOADQUAETHiS WHKK DOWN* TOWN Entered as second-class mail matter at the- postoffice in Ste- ' phenviilej Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief — Assistant Editor l.~_, AssociateEditor - Sports Editor — Faculf;y Adviaer Graduate Associate , Ex<;^9^8[&.-!E!ditq)*' -wis Featiiri' .Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Gabe Lewis .......Robert Wood ..T Lurlyne Sellers R. L. (Ned) White ,.„iLEleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox Charles Ferguson Weldon Hart Business Manager Assistant Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF Paul Allen „Oran Stovall ;;j it ■A, '* -y-'Q, 1 THE: TURNING; POINT There comes a time in every man's life when helinds that ali his _cpncepti6.ns and conclusions are erroneous. Thei*b. are; goals that:: have been overrshot. Dreams that have been formed wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1928

<• * T u "J„; !■ t ■ -■< .... Sri:.;,";. I-'. - .'. : ' H, * , l! 1 «■ - a, "r,''4,;J, y .' " * -—•- " "T? \\ W '. i "; \< V, ;:;MB,WWMETO PASS:—- Everything for "the Student, Phone,244 ~ — '.iiTO*«jdi | &< -Vyf^' ■ 1 ^ •■ > .'" . , "#?■!/ , ■> '■■' ■ 1 k.1 . '" I L :- ■• ,< - '• * ',• - ,•■ TV-' BACHELORS' CLUB OF TARLETONEX- ^ PRESS VIEWS ON LEAP YEAR BUREAU 1 ■v.' -v-, After having mid the ad • verttsements of the Leap, Year Marriage' Bureau, Inc., which appeared in the J-Tac some time ago; I havedecided ; io make a reply, not to criticize but merely to tell why the loiie- - ly ad rertisers failed to, succeed in their undertaking. The first ad wanted a man to ■ boss; VNq man waiits to be £ . boused around his own home. j[j.)' Knowing that nine out of ten ; : marjrie:df:men aije henpecked,' <he ■ is afraid to take a chance. j.'T advertiser would ' inherit, uncle's furniture, $50,000 and a 1910 model Ford. ^ai;:.poQr,iinan:'.,'^o.ulid "want a j: ' wife w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 March 1928

• ■ 4r' > V#'V 'A- v:;w7 V i'W* " . * ' 1 v* , i { < / , -i *%> :*} ■■ ■■.■•••- \ ■••;■-,- ., ';.r ' . . . i.V'l -:■{■%■■■ ■■ *- ■'■ ' ' j • -v , - ' 1 r (r tj ■ MJ-,!<"■& tAVS'S 5 ■%>• / ,i"' ^ ■. j ■% . V t:-' :t''r ■■ "v-iV ••( •J ! .' ' •/. .'TV//. * w. -"'v.'. V^v.v- :•>>' ' '■ VVV/ ^ • ■ s - JAJ^' ■ rv ■, ■ i i .< • y^V'-,7; •:" '/ >/• ■ x--- >V v • -'•> ./•V- tfHE CiHOgS DRUG STORE ; E&st Sid© HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side HONOR ROLL Continued from page one) Walker, Thelnm WHatley, Mps. Elizabeth. White, Harold ! Williams, 3£enneth . Williamson, Lawrence .Witte, Enid . ■ * ■ ' Wooiverton, Doris. jX,. t. BARTON WlA'S ; drawing contest (Continued from page one) trembling heart, but at the side there is still that great empty- space, long an eye sore, looking more, eitysty'still as it stares out blankly beside the others. Such .de- tails, are taken in at a glance, -for the '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1928

• ■■ 4 ) % .■ ^'"( *;r> ■"' w ■ / Mr*m ■- "Tr-r- I'rJf \ - i 'V? * [tff ' V/ t, **f 5 V", i h " > i * **<* s * , I ' 1 ' , V 4^-V *.v; '• '• .• :••• .!•':• ; '- •••' :• - -v , - '■' '"',=;/ •'• '(:' ■ ■; ^,.aTX ^ \ ;>.' :t: ■ ■.■ ■■•1 ;, • f';; •„V.V , | &• ' >'1: ' 1 "s"Vi 1 |3'w' k I > 1 ** I •* -■ I ' * V I t " 1 L -...! J®--: >, V *'> r>v '.M* V f I & K> It V,* i«" i\- •.< (T'i','.' ... V. $9 k" H-4.- !#■ 01' :;~uH ■ i 1' i?,^' *' '& "' .-• '!7 if v. -;[V ■ tV.V. m fepvr. ■' %.' :>yV>u •"• - JfUv'; f * .u/- 1 .. B¥-"' Fr:-':-, ,' i % ! ■' i ' ,r■■«■■ I vVfe',.' I : ■.: '- .'■ -,.. ■ ■' ! |. -c !i%,j ?R ; Y *tiv L ' 4 T T"t EXPERIENCE IS A GREAT TEACHER, BUT THE TUITION IS \ " VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 23, 1928. NUMBER 26. PRESIDENT OF ASSOCIATION -4—♦—♦—♦—f—I—♦—♦—♦—♦—- ♦ 4—-♦—¥- -♦—r—♦—f—4—♦—f— 4—>— ♦ > f "♦ ♦ --♦—♦—t—f—f ♦ I. ♦, ♦—f—4—f- -4——f—♦—♦—♦—f- Thousand Mark Now Passed in Tarleton's EftfoUmervt PLOPFBOY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1928

K* C i A. *.&./• 'I j ; ■'i 'Vt : EVERYTHING FOK STUDENTS I1ERK LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 STUDENTS MAKE OUR STORE YOURiHEADQUARTERS. WHEN DOWN. TOWN Entered as second-class mail matter at thepostoffice in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief ... Assistant Editor Associate Editor. Sports Editor . EDITORIAL STAFF Faculty Adviser ....... Graduate Associate , Exchange Editor Feature Editor Gabe Lewis ........Robert Wood _ Lurlyne Sellers ...R. L. (Ned) White .Eleanor Atkinson Barney Wilcox _ Charles Ferguson Weldon Hart Business Manager : Assistant Business Manager. BUSINESS STAFF ..... Paul Allen ..Oran Stovall THE SPIRlt OF THE BAND > There is not an organization on the, campus that is'mpre loyal and more deserving'than !our band. In the past few weeks this organization has been very actiye,,and the results, of their labors aie very noticeable. , ^ One afternoon last week the entire band worked on the band park—that wooded portio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1928

—^f-4 " '' V-1' "-:fi / •■•■—r7vTr ■ .- .'■ - • • . ;. •' • r' - ■. ' - !'■ . " ■" ■ ■ ,', L' "^4- • ;• ■:-.v 1 ■' t t* r, 1 i " v'•' " ~~ 1 ' Tr'*;c *■ - >;,v4V,H ■ • ..•aiy •rv/v' : • • . .\ AND-IT-CAMEW Everything' for the Student. xP]iq5ae;i^-.v:'-i ; r; .y.}, i. EXCHANGE ;'j 1 • • • !• •- : INTERESTING LETTERS ("Cv : ■ "V '•+ " '<■ ' ' ft) t':': : I '.'V' • •• :■ i-i( , ;'V "•Hi: i.-J1 rfVy ,V$.; ■.'■■''"-J ■' ,' ■; \, February 22. .■' Mydearest Lelia: .• I want to tell you something that I could not tell you when I was ' home last week-end. I'm not ap- preciated here. I thought I v^ouldn't but I'vp re-considered. Do you know its a. shame for a senior who is. editor-in-chief of the Annual, a captain (that's why I wear those three little round buttons on each shoulder), and an officer in the B, Y. P. IT., to be subjected to such : treatment. Last week in the J-Tac I was accused of being a sissy,. Somebody must have someliow got an idea that I play paper dolls, but J can't ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1928

' * >Xp# f., .^UJ,'WA*T* ...-^' y ■: ;V--' 'V * V r s * ' : .!.< '•?:;- 1'-t ■''', '■y^'"*''"';1'' :J".: ': '• THE CROSS DBUG STORE " i East Side HOLT BROS. the stores catering to the college people HOLTS DRUG STORE North Side YV. C. HOMEYER LEAVES COLLEGE.FOR NEW POST (Continued from page one) 1 •*; •/'. .!^\ ■' ' ■ / V '1 •V. ¥[ ■-< ' ^ r ' meyer has decided: to leave this city. However, they are glad to know that he has received a sub- stantial monetary consideration and will occupy one, of the most im- portant positions in extension work in Texas. He was given the po- sition after officials of the company had considered a score of other ex- perts from different states., The fact that he was chosen came as a complete surprise since, he knew nothing of the* place until it was proffered to him. • Oije! of the outstanding accom- plishments of Mr, Homeyer since ; coming to Tarleton was the fact that he led the egg laying1 contest to ail international first place award the . ...

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