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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1928

***"+&$ rtff ■*} " "s. i '■' .v... 1, "v-"r '■ 'ii V'V/ " 'i I* V ^ J < hK; . ..! ■.w:>'... & •SHU '*■' ' ■ ■US" -1 €i* I'-;: t .'■■ W '' -T ■ 'i '? -\v ■ !(*s '.■if "#r\l -1 "'fc Foul Whisperings are Abroad -SHAKESPEARE. volume 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 1,1928 NUMBER 27 I I Mi I I — ll IM . .♦>« '<4' > . -••iV ,• '. i".\. . ■ PIG KNUCKLES and ALL SPICE '1 ' -t " ti • - u • ■ j,. ■ WE ALSO; H^VE gOME BARr CiAlNS ON: SLIGHTLY USED MATCHES Jess Albright & Son College Barber Shop Cfuiel Hearted., Floyd was. once a butcher, R.oy is more of a YOUR CHOICE FOR 35c McMahan & Holley • , BARBERS Tonic$ fbi'. hair ■ extraction or grOw^h. Satisfaction assured. We-- #iU/ m^kef su,its, oif armor and wash tujjs.atiHjALF PRICE this week h-<- STEPHENVILLE SHEET METAL WORKS I replace ^Optical Illusions einati 1- 0. D. some choice Hallucinations % . .3 ft p% ■ ■ ■■■ | $ S%« Jhjb' wojld cji the /Bag* Tftfa-.-,, Special Sunday night rates to Faculty Members ARMSTRONG...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1928

ti ■ ■ :X\ -f r > f * ■4.' ->■ ■ :■■ 1 „ j . .-i- Entered- as second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. IDIO.TORIAL STAFF It..... - Fit Miss, Fit Nit Wit ........... Bit ....J Gabe Lewis Robert Wood Rare Bit Wit..... 1... ........ Half^fVit Git 1— "Fer-'Git ... ...... Lurlyne Sellers R. L. (Ned) White ....„ Eleanor Atkinson I .... ; ........ .... r'Barney Wilcox Charles Ferguson .._ Weldon Hart ,. ; Paul Allen ....... _..Oran Stovall Spring Has Come And How It is a concensus of opinion among the weather prophets and season forecasters that' Ientitudinous winter has exitted, and that,the horticultural, bacteriological, entimological.period from the vernal equinox to the summer solstie. has arrove. This unsempiternal, seminiuorous season promulgated her imper- ■ formabl-e presence last Woden's Day amid thronging, circumnavi- gating particles of intramual, granulated silicon.—Aw well, I don't know any more big...

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

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 April 1928

'-U', :V~~T '' \ * - J' 1 PICTURE AT BREAKFAST RECENTLY -C.-, I '' *! Stephenviile, April 1.—A pan ol much valor1 has been discovered in >' ■ our midst, one with .the stamina, the punch, the power, and the nerve ' of a Whippet tank—and witluthe ■ . heart of a lover, the soul of a poet, T. v and the fortitude of a Firpo. Who jB this remarkable hombre? Npne other than our own, Eugene Living- ston,/familiarly known as "Yon", "1. and our versatile table hop. Never had- we hoped to hear of such im- ^ : swerving devotion, and unfailing ' ' . zeal to show- the world the best - there is. But now our ambition is i ■ realized and we will be contented ■! - to pass on to that better world ; - where such things are probably " 1 every day occurrences, and not con- sidered as "eighth' wonders of the ■ world. Why, the very thought of an ordinary person, one without Von's amount of nerve, trying to do gvjich a thing;; or having, done, it, to i .. get away with it, brings apaorxysm of pain to ourj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1928

\ c * * i1';'' "v , }<■''' J pp f V «'Jt ' w ' A' .ViV'.-'' "ri ''"• '.' ,. /.' . M ' ■•' . <*■■■<. ■: •• '• •' $k. ' :".-i'\". •'■•• •:: V. ' .'. /■:■■ .v " '* • .->-• .:. ' ". '. IS i. t v ? /. T •■t ... „; ;%*?3q^PP ••• ■. s < ,)Mm: sr.. V"^ jT ^T'iT , K: ■' '■ ■ jV i-' ■;./ '!■';■:■■ ',-\ ? i i-&. W:- I F L E A WsB^'-vwL.-iiBl rr v. W, 111L,, mW .c—,— '. — ——-—■——r——--—m —1.1 THE ONLY SHOTS THAT COUNT ARE ,, ' \ ■ ' , ■ ' - '. 1 : /N ' /-,-',' . THOSE THAT HIT soL -'■■■■■TO ■ ■ % Mill , ■' \ ■'' ' R I F L' E T E A M :o-3 • *•; ''O'l %Q VOLUME. 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 6, 1928. NUMBER: 28. i t ; '■■-■ /' •. ! ,£<■>- ■■ ■■■.. -,;■ I PLOWBOY mm "s 'X ■■ ' ;vv •'^t... / v!; k."f&. '*{. i-v.:- f. vi'T - §&i; ' ■ V>:A; . '• V* '- "•' ! •• "•■"■ ■' * . J ■ >; V • I . * S ' ■' ' ■ . ' f ' 1 ■ 11 ll ; ' ' ' y : s ■■ ,4'? tt: ;' >'v ■" Jk: ■ v"'^ «&* ; 'i r* V ■I .i' ' .^r. : You rosy be pretty good at foot- ball; and no doubt you are fine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1928

n' ^ ^M~^~jrj ' 7\T Vj! Y v\ % \ -ft*;- b J , . -a*," v -. T- ;T™7 ~T T7- ^' ' >' '. ' ■'■" , .■'" ,■ 'A'f ': '■■ ■■•■''•" .')■ \ \ rf ■ EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS HERE , SERVICE DRUG STORE ,'S.' PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR MOTHER'S DAY CANDY and MOTTOS LET US SERVE YOU ; , DURING 1928 I V J-...; f':( * I-"2, 'i '■ ■ 'S> .1 1 • ' r''!1 ' 1 'J .£• •; • ZJfti 1* ' Entered as second-class mail matter at; the postoffice in Ste- phenville, Teias, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief ii Assistant Editor .. Associate E ditor... -Sports Editor editorial STAFF Faculty Adviser .——- • Graduate Associate Exchange Editor ± Feature Editor . T Gabe' Lewis r.„Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers ..R. L, (Ned) White .....Eleanor Atkinson ............Barney Wilcox _■ Charles Ferguson ™..i— Weldon Hart Business Manager BUSINESS.. STAFiFA. ' 4,....—..... Paul Allen Assistant Business Manager ' ........ „„ _ GIRLS' RIFLE TEAM STAFF Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor ....I. A&sociate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1928

~cw~ "I $'''W ■ -u ■TvpT-rm?7r7-™r-~'rvr -va'T 'f Y'.^YYY- ;;i',- ■':,< M -T:? ,.f .. ,.,.. STUDENTS' ,:;; and it game to ; Everything' for the Student. Phone-244 Y: HENSARMNG .'"V MISS ATKINSON AND THE FIRST ROSES OF SUMMER &L '■ • * Miss Atkinson, when 'Inter-, : viewed concerning the {beauti- ful bouquet- of pink roses which had been seen gracing the desk in the J-Tac office, recounted t tie■following..'episocie: ^1;was: most, s'laptituderously, pleased and superbiliously sur- prised ,.. when 'the. carnadine- haired Miss Mary Lee, and the niggeri'riated-haired Mr.Robert aaccharirnely presented with muph, bowing, and scraping me with' a harmoniously beautiful cluster of pink,La France: ( ) in,' an antique' brass urn. It seems that the dear children had subjected themselves to in- describable perils in procuring the mfor; niel ■ Miss McCurdy had undergone dangers to her epidermis,in getting them from the -bush;, arid Mr. Wood had en- dangered his skin also in pre- paring the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 April 1928

"V < A" T ' ' *' / f *-i\, /**' Vv * ' •. •■ '/ ti*:- ■, •■'' :. •:.-: < i ->;?-3- i&- -vff !■'■■; '.. Of* ■■ ■ ■ ' r ■.' THE CROSS DRUG STORE %v EastSide HOLT BROS. DKUG COMPANY , THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side •/>/ • ,'$0-' fty/: K' ffA/^ ! ,'!K; -. . TV. : ^HjyipCK CHAPEL BY SENIORS > ' p Continued from page one) ., /,v/chapel ■would have had to look twice ; • before he could have'told that the > Eroh Brothers Were being iraper- V. 1 Sona£ed.. ;".'/•■ "' \ ' Dean Davis - w^s. portrayed by 1 Charles Neblett. 'If he left off, any little gestures which are character- ;j • i'stic of the Dean, "such as scratch- ing his head-and rubbing his Hose : ; wg failed to notice it./ Ijte read the '-.- yy ; announcements, and of course, Mrs. ' ,.p,harpberlin,payne Henson, had to , ' ' ■ walk out and hand • in a late-an- 1 ■-,'•'■/ .: xiouncement, after which she check- s' "ed the I'oll and made,a little talk to s : the, girls beginnin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1928

t; , ■ r, .'■ ^:i ■*, "\,5 f^y ■■.'■: IE: era i^Wm0 t $*Wfr3k. :^&"%s&s<M.: > ■ . : S—Strive to O—Obtain P—Perfection H—Happiness ^ '-■ -'■v'^V ~ <L r^m -" *'-"- ~~r i 'S<3>.>r '"'ym&Ps S—Success -'y. i**.. o0^i: :•*.. . \> s:W ..!fe . ,"■■ H-'il ''' v- ' .•&?-■ s'l ■ V fel „;■!. tar^;; !■ VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL/ 13, 1928. NUMBER 29. ■^j/k t' w (i, '\J ', , ms </.") '-■■{ *~\ %'r ■ : ■ ::'.> A-.'-.'l }%^.. &';>;■ - \ m >.i, S ,4--. j&v 'ift .ft;•,. f- * : &<fc ""i" < \ % •ifi ■ :■ V> :': :' i $.' , '> &v J Ite'-:'!- W ^, fc' .' ■ ' , ' fev. W\ .-i &?■' £niv' • ! V S\: & V: -> ' b:s:f:; fillet f®r * rotor PLOW BOY It's true that we have been a long1 while , publishing our issue of the J-Tac, but we all know it's proper to save the;,B£sii until the last. Who was it thai said ^spring has- "came" ? "Pears''4 to. me, rain has "came" too, £trid also. 'Does anyone know what the Sophomores d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1928

;®£4 " ■ 1 'V' * "" ' ...' '••.'"j:_v'i'.^v.':;' .' . "v. - i \ __l* i '" ' • A-" • ;/• '• I II NO FOR THF. STCDBNTS SERVICE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR MOTHKR'S J)AY CANDY and HOTTO.S US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 Entered as second-class inajl matter at the postoffice in Ste- phenville/Texas, under the ^Aet of Congress of March 3, 1879. EDITORIAL STAFF T .! - ' ' Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor : Associate' Editor ■_ Sports Editor' Adviser ';V'G:raduate. Associate / Exchange Editor Gabe Lewis Robert Wood ...... Lurlyne Sellers ..R. L, (Ned) White .....Eleanor Atkinson ....Barney Wilcox churches.. Dr. Sandifer at Baptist church. Dean Cox at Graham. Street Church of Christ. Dean Jennings at Methodist Church.. ' Dr. Nunrt at Presbyterian Church. Dr. Bruce at Tarleton Avenue Christian Church. ' Charles Ferguson .......... Welcion Hart Feature Editor. 'BUSINESS-.STAFF; I Business Manager Paul Allen ^Assistant. Business -Manager' '• '• Ora* Stovall 7. ' , SOPHOMORE STAFF ' . ' ■ Editorrin-Chief...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1928

V; "'."'iv; ■' r- •• 1 ;...■■■ ■ >, ■■;AND ITs^ Everything' for the Student, Phone 244 WIT AND HUMOR 1 )%>, N YOU FEATURE? 'M, Qlejjm Jackson---As a cowboy ? •a? Bi^'d.' Witfe^lirtiijg? Frankie Lou^Densnipre—Ser- ;'■ , ■ ...-^ - ;o", ' ■ ,■ !f;;: Veya1 SmartifC.ut'ting ".Class? ..'~||.,)TyJ;ene. Se^Sr^Aa a chor- ■'^pllrerie' Browi^-lfl love? .;. , ''^■^Alrim Lindsey—Smiling ? •'; ■.: ;v ^eid'Sayag^Daneirig? , ■, Veiiita Jo Jpnes^Disobeyjijg "#'le8' yX''' ^Wilma Caraway—As a movie actress? • :,-■■■,-'■ ^ Fate Moore—As a Spanish ■ student? ': :'y:; ■ '■ -1' Ni<?k Flettft&r-^Being unim- portant? ... Leonard Fleming —,Talking in clfiss? Virginia Pior~-^A flapper ? 1 ■ Opal Coffey—As a bandit? yk Conda ' Salmon—As a = book-, worm? '■ ,'" y ' V1 Ira Cruin—As: an English1 • professor. .■■" ,--. ■. ' Ima Carter — Without red hair? ■ !-y .fir'. <> AAo y?^' ; "KISSING" K '■ gome folk^ say, th^t'kissing ia a sin; y';'? '' ' I think .it none whatever; : Jt'.^as been worn in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 April 1928

1 ' \ ^ * , :V. :; >:-V"-fe \f M:W> ••'; ■•• ■' 'Ff ■■■: 'i::7.; ■ / ■ ■ ■ ^''.,/! : .'r' '' • J 7 %i xi"> , / * « V< sCf. " "•• 'y. -'.Sr 7 • MV. r ■ v 4 t*#$\ . - : .. : ■ —i '-oir'; ; •. - "'5 ,.. J.,.. i „f 7 '''' ' r-t* 4 ) - m:\, ,\i. / • '.- ",j , THE CROSS DRUG STORE EastSide HOW BROS. THE STOKES CATERING TO THE COtLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUGSTORE North Side ihfr; - "A&f: i-i %'''' v/' ■■■:'. ■ i ■ 1 ' v1'-' ' y 'v'."' ' ■. 'r'. • ■tMfl nw .ii in 11 HIM o ran iwi* Miff pwm ■' II i I «s^ cie t y <-€>1 i *&>' 5 reception given by , ; dean and mrs. davis FOR A. & M. BAND '1 r , ,'<sS ". . •_ .« 3f The reception given by Dean an^ Mrs. Davis for the A. and ' M,. hand proved to be one of the season's-gala events. The rooms were artistically decorated with cut flowers. The band boys, escorting- Tarleton co-eds, ap- peared as soon as the concert was over. ' Sandwiches were served and "delicious fruit pttnch was ,eri- vjoyed by all/ - There, were about...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1928

I ■"■v. ' IS S ^ % -V.'. " Mv;.? .4 ffi >'!?■ m ^H\„. LCMJLt STEFHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1928. , "\ VOLUME 8 NUMBER 30 CAPT. MUNTEANU TO VISIT TARLE- TON WEDNESDAY WHAT PROMINENT AMERICANS SAY ABOUT THE C. M.T. CAMPS PhOPVBOY Do. you know a good way to help old Tarleton and enjoy a good va- 1 cation at the same time ? X do. If you go to the C- M. T. C, you will have your most enjoyable vacation, and at the same time prepare your self to make Tarleton's Cadet Corps just that much better. Let's Go . Arid, isn't that worth over?5. I'll say thaVit is !$?-T , ' H t¥'M thinking -Let's Go- ■; - ' r ;rr ' .. i 'i&A h J &■■■ • ^ 1 i . *;i kf-!K !!?t -A ■' •f i f. ' ■■ . V;- -. j'. " • > r ft?:"' : i ;; And then it will'he hard to stay . away from the old gang till next ■ fall. ■ Why couldn't we all get 'to-. . gether, this summer, and free from . the worries of English, mathe- , matics, and other courses, have a real "ole" good time. We can do it. 1 If we coyld all get jn th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1928

^ a Vjs1 A "" >' " t * * > * , f ' ■■■ <?• •V' ■*'•'■;.>' / " 'V'-- - i' • '■;•■« "■. ! V t ::!-V'S;rr EVERYTHING FOR THE . STUDENTS HERE v- 4;.-y.:; ■* ;■;.: ^\v;V;V- PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR MOTHER'S DAY CANDY and MOTTOS ;"' !< ' '• "v. • h LET US SERVE YOU . , DURING 1928 . Let's. Go to, the, 0; M, T. <j- This Summer Entered as second-class mail matter, at. the postoffice In Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief L__ Assistant Editor ^ Associate' Editor Sports Editor Faculty Adviser ,— Graduate Associate Exchange Editor — Feature Editor Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF —...... Gabe Lewis ....... Robert Wood _ Lurlyne Sellers ..R. L. (Ned) White .....Eleanor Atkinson „Barney Wilcox BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager — Charles. Ferguson —Weldon Hart Paul Allen -Oran Stovall Why Tarleton is For The Citizens' Military : Training Camps John Tarleton College believes in the Citizens' Military Train- ing Camps because ...

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

v')$*ttu A*' N !- /■ ;,,-.y;,VJ" ■ A. . - • it. -.. > Ja ■ i-. . '-' ■"'-(' *'. . 1 i. ,'■. < ... ■>"■ • '•. .v ;■.■'■ IFr*r-r S/t^'A'/- ■'■''A, !??' '. 1-1 ■;.. I ^A//^-A I T^Tv 4 4 4 4 4 4 +4- 4- 4 4'4*-f 4 4 4 +'■::■ ■ .' ■ ■ ... 'A ■ . >4 'V < ■ ; * BITS OF BEAUTY ' !' 4' 4 1 ' , •' , , i . n . •• 4 4/4 4 4 4 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 '.. ' ' i" ,jA ■•■■ A'/' it \ / :\ ',- ;, i'^A :.' '■wt-'jE . /, ; M any JPromin^nt;Bten Will be I res- : tml and Take Active'Part on ';' I ;■:; This Eventful Day ■ 2S'S :VT \ The program for 'Parents' Day, which has been announced, prom- ises tp; be. one of the most interest- ; ing1 ever presented by the College, - A nurab.er of very prominent men and ex-officials of the school will be present. The, recent removal of the remains of John Tarleton has also' caused a memorial service. r A ^heiprogram follows: PKOGEAM' ' : Sunday, April W : ' Tarleton Memorial Service—Dr. T.;Q. Walton presiding. ■;.., ..\ 1 10:30 a,, m.—Para<Je march, Ban...

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

i \;\r:■■%,.>■ •w • v. ... .,, / TT "7 • *, i • E■[ >' .r. ■ v.*,," --«•• '- • \ THE CEOSS DRUG STORE ' East Side ; \ - - 'HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY. THE STORES CATERING TO THE COLLEGE PEOPLE HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side : Go1 to the 0, M C, This Summer ijjr. ;^V, 0. Crag-wall Office Phones 213 and 8 f Residence Phone 299 , J, A, SHERRILL Jeweler STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS ~--- ~nr " TTTr T' •" ——-"-■"-■'A , \ < I I '}■' I' . I NEW SHIPMENT SPRING SLIPPERS 16.00 TO $8.50 PATENTS, SATINS AND WHITE Your-friends E E COX DRY GOODS COMPANY i '.■< / asfr ****— -v ' You use & spade, to dig a hole and a shovel to fill a hole. You work to make money and bank to have money. V- ■■ , THE FIRST STATE BANK 1N0I1DIJALITY A long word, Its trite, but full of meaning when used to describe our photographic, protraiture, •••' Friends Use Our Studio. Do You ? ' TAKE A KODAK TO C. M. T. C. BAXLEY STUDIO, Cphone 29 We Deliver . & CO'S. ; AFTER EASTER SALE OF BEAUTI- v FUL DRESSES, COATS AND HAT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1928

*4 * . * - r . ' T ' V ' I '' ' : 'U?,;' f'."'-": j-)/'■'■';'Y, ■'-'' ' ' V v*" ' " ~ y "T"" 'v 'L'' " • 1 rr-T" - v -.t^,T... -N.t ■H raw: HH Vytfer* 5JSSn^-- fc4 ■ |f> t<jr ' of organized Reserve Offi^ cers; to publish such an edition j£.- the;'; j^aic., ■ '.Wet'hank them for the .suggestion. We sin- cerely hope that the cadets of this college jwfjll ' read this edi- tipn carefully 'and consider the advantages to be gained by at- tending a camp. . .:■ —The Staff.v .1" :C-.'V It is such scenes as these that dause a boy to remember t)ie. C. chow line, and <many other happy experiences are a part of the lishes friends that would never be possible otherwise. Each a .vacation to them. . M. T. C. long after it is over. Camp life, the rifle range, the boy's Hfe at camp., Here he enjoys an association and estab- year;thousands of boys take advantage of Uncle Sam's offer of - fritz is Going- to, C. ^T, T. C. •\C!b^s,v' I-itiok, '4ot- I vill be a camper' dis summer wit Unclc .Samue...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 20 April 1928

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

"plSlI , ,. . . ,. \ ;}. 111 • 1 !. ... liL—V ' . rr.—T~Tv^-rr-77 . •,-"" '. ■'"••? ' < '■'' •"' '' . ■.1 •''• I 1 '' • •' v > '' , ' • ■ • . : .W k(/-> vH z>fflSk\±sW •' i r-ffi when the one Great-Sc&i'er' comes write against yoifr name, Writes not that you wpn or lost how you played the gamfe. • ' ~i&v * * a.--; ,j&. n I ... v. ■ ! n- , ■' r.\\ ;••/*." ^ „ j$ fi-ti'jj P^V- volume 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, APRIL 27, 1928. NUMBER 31 Tarleton Reigns >' v 5<"' i I <hi , \;; ; i- t- PLOWBOY :•. \ If, • ;Pi w i i j h' :••• # j'-; .."..-v..' r V',0> ':* ft i."' -. & .1 i'yw^'K BM ,s ♦ r- . • • ';Vk .. The Plowboys show their staying qualities in- other ways than on the athletic field. During the winter .term of 1926-27, a grand total of 52 men received the official college letter in all the major sports.- At the end of the school year, forty- eight of. these men were still in sdhool. Two 'of. the four who did. not finish -the 'year transferred to othe...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 April 1928

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Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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