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

V'': Sfi Av"",- i';- ; •, *• "J ."V^' 6W?^vq«M,ii.i • • • • u '' ' i"'sK.:''i' , , ' "W i "'S?:>~- ;A.'S. -vf I.V"; :y."i;'J'^' 7V-*/-■hfx^..;3.-".''«-r"'. . vv-_^;y.> f«''j' ■ 'J r.-- -".J <:., ;• v ,' V'-ry^,'. .',, _ ,.. p! ■ r,_. • ,,-,! -f,-.',' ^..r.i'Ct \ !.,' ..J't-V'i .''''- '. >' - T •' ■■ -*', ■ r- >^ ' ' r';';:S SOME m^&tiimsrML' >1 .^v. ■ |{|-: -■?; • s- L,.i,; ,■{'■■. '.;!, ■. fen % 'S !/'V-'vV •' U-. I.'its. . '■: .•• 1 VViP ' V '• '' '.- L' Is-.'L,; 1^6 doubt; you Mil be-startled to knovy that during the pkst :two; years, 'itoti % 'coftcfy or ath- ' lotic irepresexjtatiye,!! of Tarle- ton has- left the' .city limits of StephenyHle in quest of ath- letes. What a fine.- thing, it ■ would, be if all schools, and we inqlude^ hii^li schools,'; followed this policy. A total of one hun- dred twenty boys att^iided thW last two football training camps held, and . th^e Mbbys were se- eured at a total expense of some five dollars, represented by pos tage s...

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

t,*-""-l " "'{{"* ✓ /-A1 V ■$:":• i- *V\:v'.';1: •.'!"! I ^ ' I ■; •' Y '!. i * ""'* ' 'y" 1 ' ,"i '"'' ' 1 -v- .*■:,. "V. V-- .n.V^'vr sff/vaeW,. - ' ' ^ •«.-J..-,: ■ ■ ■,'-v ! ^*S^v;:;v"^"v"^■■■■', , ,> >"v^r5:'YS&ej -:v. ' * 1 , > ;•'/ J /\ TV- ■■:/v . ■ . ' IIy IK'*'.' .. .'... , 7W rTT^T THE FOOTBALL TEAM OF '26 This is the bunch that fought Grubbs and its sand for a 13-0. victory which ■ meant CHAMPIONS, '26. 3 1 : '1'' r1 N::-V -1 •• > .. I ■;: I' \ ' -'•$ ' •r : "r. - • iv i w s;; & twws* a* rniiMsmmtiiA a .51 *■ ' "I* i S -"^T, 'I w„ * ***** ^7i' * w * * * ♦ «. * ^ * .'^-j >v ■ ." THE BASEBALL TEAM; OF. '27 "\. " . ' Never-will, thits season of '27 be forgotten,-by, any man in. this picture. Finishing, the ■season. With/five games' on the road, the, Plowboys fought against great odds and won four of. the five games. ... These games were copped off by taking two from Grubbs on .' their diamond which won "the 'State championship for the Plowboys. /.., "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 April 1928

i $ i 'f " ■■' .W'f.wv .-' '-' c- v;|;( . , j-V'.W/;: .'.■'■'■■J ■ " t L ; ■' * l\ *j ' ' ' ' '''' ^ """.• >;-.-;j4l""-r-S^r*L 1:1 ^ir:■ '• ^1 :- '••■/■ . • ! . . !■■.■ the cross drug stoke '4':".: East Siclo ,,- ijk.V i, V:: THE STOEES' GATERINGf ■/TO, TH]|; pplJjB^ holt's dri;g store . . ,Go ,to the C.' Ml T. 0; Thia Summer 5, ! « ;. . • ,..-v • ■ ' -1 i' •\>'(1 ' Ji J-Tac of December 16 Has Seti- /. timentgof Students To- , \vard Athletics, : $: !/■,//.,/ j;. i I * :■ : ■ !■'" ■ ■•■ i:.' |^ 'L|'1 . ■VX . .:/i"!.' I ' •: "■■ The sentiment of the student ' "body is clearly expressed in an article that appeared in the ,;/■'/J-Tac.of /December 16, 192/7. In ^Veryjindertaking, the. students. ■ have stood behind the teams. > ;] Yleare republishing this article to show thet attitude ;6f the: stu- ^^^dent'body^■ ■ ; ; In Kegard To Our Football 'VtV'' ' Season ■' ;; V. : "The ship has ' weathered "ev-: ery rpck, the'iiriz§ we sought is ,:,/;wph."/'/v,/-:v:-;/ ; .. v: ■ ./ .; ^ V^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 April 1928

S'-' "i ". , " ■- .. ;•.. : i ■•, ... ■•-; re^Kivis-A: . '' i ■ t r ! « (i i/; l\ > V- ■' :; A: THE FOUNTAIN FOR YOUTHS ;. " 100 % for' athletics PHONE 244 EVERYTHING FOR THESy^BKTS ' 100 % for athletics Hv;$' ■ <V i. ■ ,v 1". > 1 Hi listen plowboy Continued froin page one) 51 they should withdraw, from school, without good reasons, be- fore the term is completed, they lose i their award. That Tarleton, during the past four, years, has. won more confer- v enee championships than any high school, academy, college or univer- sity in the Southwest. ■ That the Plowboys have not lost two basketball games in. a row since 1922. •I* /:•"- That the Plowboys have a bunch of double-headers and they are go- 'ih& to need your support. 'J-4' That pep was needed in baseball the same sis any other sport.. , , ' "1". " ' Vt That we have the best baseball team in the conference. Do you know why,? There are two reasons. We have the best coaches in the State and the best individual play- e...

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

jsmm-, '.tw'A fm' -M ' • i l. fl' v . '•• t./:- I;: iSSkl ■ ■ ' ! ■' '' i' f-'V- ife'l*""'' V i *y' if ' ,f ■ tr'y -i '• / •« %:•('''■ ' " , |y^v' ! < i- • •N 5 . , SJ _ -.'r1 'i v 14-.*'i l' ■*' '■[ 1 ■ ■ '■3' l- #i ' • . i "<iv- • y.' ' "V-v' ■ X • m Blue Bonnets Forever VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 4, 1928. . NUMBER 32. 4- + ■+ + + + -f + + + + + + ♦ + * PLOW BOY m And everybody else. This is the Aggettesk edition, but we feel as if the readers might like to know what some* other people 'are/doing. So that's why we're trying to> give you a variety., T - Speaking, of things that have been done in'the years since this school has been here—one can see just a nunjber of things' that aye fruits of pur bean's labor. We hope he Will be here nine more , years and th&i a lot of others besides. It seems that a number of Sen' iprs are gonna be able to publish a protracted discourse on "Lesson . Plans- PR-tft-Pgte,,>. ' ffwae QRjttdl: ing a pecan, will no doubt be Tfi* d...

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

=v=?5-—:— -i.yp'V':: :.H- ■;:■■■ %:■;■■ Wt£:0>M V\■'vv s; ■ 'V ■ ';> V *.«r" i;: :'., ./ •/.: , THE PLOWBOYS HACKED . .BY TARkETON Si'IKIT , . AKJp INVINCIBLE * .■ PI,ACK YOUR ORDER NOW FOR US SERVE YOU DURING 1928 ' 'DA.Y GANjDY and. MOTTOS If You Ask Us-r-Wire Backing Tarieiidn'-'.'gh v?". Entered ai^ spcbnd-class mail matter at the ppatoffice inSte- pbenville> Texas, under; the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief Asals^t'^^W.r^rr—r Aspocia^e EdJt&r .; Sporty j®ditor EDITORIAL STAFF Faculty Adviser' Graduate Associate ........ Exchange ''Editor' Featfee, Editor - Gabe Lewis ^^___4i^.L_Bobertj' Wood, • •••■■'• Luriymj Sellers R. L. (Ned) White ..Eleanor Atkinson r,'- ; ......... Barney Wilcox Charles Ferguson _ Weldori: Hart BUSINESS .STAFF .... Paul Allen -Oran Stovall Business Manager ,. Assistant Business Manager '•v'i- AGGETTE EDITORIAL STAFF' '' .' ^ Edit^in-Qhlef Mary Lee McCurdy -Asais^nt.'^Editor —'Tressie. Bjeharg Associate /Editor Elizabeth Zari...

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

-V '%/v .v.' ^'"v;';v : ,, •' Y :••■' f ;• v--^ '\i':."c ? ■■•'I '■'i:'l-Hi\r; ■'■ • •; '•,-l";A|1 ''' *•' v '■ •*'' ■ 'i .•'"A'ii.'H ' v' '.'.<f'! "1" •*"-. v'-'! '"^'' ,l.1"i''''« v1-?*>"■""• ■ *<ij / •■' / ,■ t". '*.;' tsv t li^j®SlS5S T UB STORES CATERING TO#BE'GCffi&fiS: PEOPLE ; 54.4.'^ j& -.f; V, -i',-4t-^:-S>' '' i'_,. \i^ftY'" :. ■' ' c," ; , / ■ :. \ V/Aff •t«: - ■y If ygu are/starving arui .V^nt to go hungry , thitis'youi? buaipea&'s butif/you/ajre hun- '/ gry:;£nd ; want adroethuig sikid tp 6at, that \ is our, business, , ,.; \ ■"'■•/i ' > -; ',■■ '. ' ,,' ;" •/" ;PA,tACE MARKET „■ '■/ ' . ,!'■ - Phoney 12' and 260 '''V . S'Jfonfi • ■'*■?, ; R&, pha^tf •''. Al$.\ ■" ■' Yf'Yy ;i DENTIST?—£-RAY : ...; • ■ i and Treating Pyorrhea 'y..' Special atUat'iia-.'.given' Oral Prophylaxy . ; Office over A. & P. Store ;. 'j ; ;'_ •/ , StephenviUe/ Texas, we ark sob the Ag&iSttes j. "Y<," '' *' ' : Stephenville Steam Laundry ■. it v quality wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 4 May 1928

ih. ' ■AM V'Sfc.-V.' V ' ' L' ■/'C §)''i-'*'•■■', ■ FOUNTAIN ,; FOR YOUTHS Hvii -ARE FOE THE AGGETTES ■ .V ■}■• .' • • • t;> l" -. • ' , 1 ' • ' .> V;$? -J , ' .4:^/ f'' *■ THE STUDENTS 'fw* EVERYTHING FOR PHONE 244 WE AKE FOR THE ApGETTES MANY PARENTS AND 'C FRIENDS HERE FOR MEMORIAL SERVICES !1 , (Continued from page one) ■:/r.V ■; '■■■*'■ v-v, . ■ ' " ' ' , t' ■r ■> ■:~ ' . a- "V ' ... ;*&■' '> '"is,. ■„ y. ; Brownwood. , ''l . ' Virginia Boyeiy Brownwood. Mr. and Mrs.C, P. Snyder, May. Miss Nell Snyder, May. Mrs. H. A. Bowers, Rising Star, . Burton Bowers, Rising Star. \ Virgil Bowers, Poolville. /Mr. and Mrs. J. W.' McBride, Br^ekenridge. . ' Mrs. MatVie . Fitzhugh, Tolar. , *T. RTgargent, Tolar^ '" .■ 1 ■; • Charles Homer Sargent, Tolar. ; Mrs. C. S. Trimble, Hico. . Miss Grace Vincent, Hico. c'Uf' an^.Mrs. Yf, M. Puqua, Ham- iltori. • Mrs. C. T, McCurdy,-Hamilton.. Mrs. Mark CaVlton, Hamilton. • Mr. and Mrs. Hedgepeth, Ham- ilton. , • •Mrs. M. ,W. Stephenson, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1928

t ■ ,iJi;it 1 ,;i - ", 'y,1 'l^k V' ■^V''/ ,',V V ' ' y ;;;;'<', .. , feff^Vy; ,V,y:, . ■s/?■:•*: .'/" '■■*■■ ;- j'-'i•', . ssl>':?. vv •<•... A /mmt-;- > ' . r*l 1 s;,-v:dfcM wmm j./y •'•/' '. ?R'e W ■■ '" 7 S' /*U -s^P®. II •'^ ? Youth fades; love j|rops; the 'leaves , of friendship f^lt; 'fl-y, ^ • A Mother's secret hope outlives them all. —Oliver Wendell Holmes. • LFtw . v .' ^ ' .\S . ~ STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 11, 1928, 4 . o:\u NUMBER 33* risa I' vviomr" '" ">7 i ■. ^.v The Senior Carnival is tonight. Guess you knew it, though. Help ; tie Seniors pay for the Annual deficit—also have a good time. ,, l - r "«!■ "■ t* . ..^ -pit k^ '■ s. ■ ■ ;f. ■■ i |i"'.f •"- ' The Plowboy nine took the long count on the trip last week. Np (ipi^bt they fought hard, but I wouldn't blame 'em a bit for not y "putting out" all they had because y i pj thi^o.^fsuppo^ they i^ave h^d f ££6m thti ^tudeptbpfjy. j I'm ashajn- e^ajffijl'^y©# ? ■■: .','• . V.y"-- ,-y , The"; ijack team has h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1928

*L^. '.v ■ 'r:v.: vi-f". •■•,.£■■■ V...S*T THE PtawBOYS BAGKED ; BY TAKLEToN St'lKlT LET US :SEB¥1«Y01J DUIUXG 1928 AREINVINCIBLE PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR ; MOTHER'S DAY CANDY arid MOTTOS If 'You Ask Us—Wii*e Backing Tarleton JSnt^red as .second-class mail matter at the postoffice in Ste- 'phenville. Te^as, under the Act of Congress of March. 3, 1879.; Editor-in-Chief Assistant ; Editor Associate Editor _ Sports Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Gabe Lewis .-—.-Robert Wood „™._ Lurlyne Sellers ..K. L. (Ned) White A- Fatuity Adviser —ii. —.Eleanor Atkinson V G-^afluEite: Associate Barney Wilcox ^pi'Apge/iEcfitoj;':'.Charles Ferguson Feature--Editor •: Weldon Hart Business Manager Assistant Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF ..... Paul Allep ..Oran Stovall REMEMBER HER "When\we've( heen there, ten thousand years, Brighli ^hinihg as the sun, , ■ We've no leas days to sing God's praise Than when we first begun." : How many have not heard their mothers',at sometime in their lives sing/this grand old h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1928

vvtfe l;".'11^; v^"1# ,..-. , . T'TOi^r'tSBgi'W^yWft V 'J&XHtj! -.' ■" <*■":■ ,v; ^ !■ 1 ""^-f-'.)'• C;-'j.'•'/v,C^'.'.V: - v,^i v! '.- .' -^-::v: raElROSS DRUG STORE East Side -U"<V W- SEE US 5SHQLI BR0S^mU6*ANf .CARDS: AM) J^VORsi^S'JffiTH HOLT'S DRUG STORE • North Side ^ NJB#CO®iase^OSTOFPICB TO BE ^CCIJJ^jiED HERE SObN ,. Perhaps }1ywi)i;h§ to your inter-, est to know Jhat the new postoffice and college store" is completed ex- cept.. for... fixtures.'; These will be' put iri! immediately anil as soon as it 'is! finished, the moving? day' will take, place. I It; is altogether pos- sible that ,thi change will be .made before the close of school this year and if not, it will be moyed during the summer, ; ,, j . iTlie,,present location of the .post-: 1 ,'ahd the; ^i'#po?toffic£',is designed yto abolish'all .^his. Personally, I'm :.in favor of moving £}s sioon as pos- sible. ■' ■ '• PROSPECTIVETEAGKERS ;DISeOUItiVG®D%Y;TgE ■V1 '''V' ■' J,/' ; ■' ( r V,7 According to. Mr. Ge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 May 1928

SENIORS TO PROMOTllb TO COMMISSIONED OFFICERS (Continued from page 1) J/. ■ ■. ,/;h '"ff. ' : \/ \ ''"'I • -X, ,''' ' • sejiiord who satisfactorily complete tifie i^ilitary science coui-se here and who Have "reads' of efficiency de- serve promotion.- Therefore the P. M.1 T.^' Captain Mulcahy, has announced $ e's$ pjo^aons* Those who aye to be promoted are worthy [■'M promotion and are'to be con- '■ gratulated. ■■/ '■ HOME ECONOMICS GIRLS' BANQUET VOTED SUCCESS . ' • (Continued from page one) ,r Vv" the, State of Texas. No particular cplor schenie was used; all the col- ors played -a minute part. Bowls: ,pjf rpfesi, ppppies, .and drifts''formed center pieces. Fayf ors of fe^po'plper 3t^anis, repre- senting the different countries, wer,e . pinned .on each guest. .. The menu was uniquely served by girls: in; costume, .also representing different races of pedple. .Aftey.the first course we sang, some perfectly new songs to some perfectly old tunes, which delighted everypji^,. ~ ■ • We w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1928

\': '(I ' ^ •" 1 .•''' 1''l' J.' •' ; ' :■ ^ ■ ' S r, !# . / -/f/ ^,rf: m M l£M< I ii_R^E£i3iS Honesty, Efficiency and Endeavor Lead to Success Commercial ARTS Issue <f':- ' .-■■ ,'* \ VOLUME 8 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MAY 18,-1928, NUMBER 34. 'i'7- 4:' ii r ?■ V 7 ■ / r r s 1 f• ; . f - ...^ " §^; fl; 7M V7 TARLETON WINS SECOND P PLOWBOY Did you know that the enroll- ment in the Commercial Arts de- partment this year is greater than it has ever been, and a larger per cent oi Tarleton students are tak- ing commercial courses? And— Did you know that if; the enroll- ment indreases in the next years as rapidly as it has the past two years, we will have to have more room and a larger faculty, for— ■ ' The present instructors in ,the Commercial Arts department work pvertirneso that the students may receive the very best training- And every member of this fac- .ulty, except Mr. Foote, head of the ■ foTmer-^Pai'loioir: student. But let us riot narrow ourselves to one department only; let...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1928

/ / ■ -. VfC5 'W , " \, ' i ' . ■ SiV .''.vW. > ■■ ■ ' .V'"' i l 'V-. ' •. VV. :■: ■".■■ • "V£y -xr*77^: ■A - , -:4 ' rl ' ", *V ; '■■: -v- the plowboys backed 3by tarleton spirit ,! are invincible COME TO OUR STORE FOR GRADUATION GIFTS FOR ALL let us serve you during 1928 •• 1 '' 1 If You Ask Us—Wire Backing Tarleton ' i- " ... i-- ft.'. (V'.' ,■ &V'\K ■ > • T-J; .; •' • vhr' ■A ■:■■■■ , ' ' V. •' v,'.':Y / 1 - ■*' V + f i 4 M H } ♦ ♦ ♦ + 4 f Student Opinion ^ EDITOR'S NOTE: This column is reserv- ed for the individual opinions of the stu- dents on all current issues. Entered aa second-class mail matter at the postofflce in Ste- phenville, Texas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Editor-in-Chief EDITORIAL, STAFF Assistant Editor., Associate Editor Sports Editor Faculty Adviser Graduate Associate ...... Exchange Editor Feature Editor. ...—...... Gabe Lewis .. Robert Wood Lurlyne Sellers L. (Ned) White ..Eleanor Atkinson Ui-Barney Wilcox Charles Ferguson Weldon Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1928

'* ■■•:"■ V''?!'? '■' ' v ? ;?? ? ■?' ?:-. ;?'?■ * -?. ' "I"'.1 ''■ ■■.■'■ •; >'«W . * v- .'■ ■ I ■. f '■?.,:■■ r ;?ffp:?v' THE CROSS DRUG STORE HOLT BROS. DRUG appropriate (Graduation gifts wili. be found at our stork •!/ :t. ' HERE AND THIlItE ';? :'-v,«V.:? :?-(By '.Myself)''i ■■ 1 .There w^s?a :f)ot tijme in the 'vEit^is^'ffiee'^er^ay lagt week. V-.V-MiS 5'-'kaM stated that she will give her students their shqrt stpriea spmetime after they are graded, /; <■;, The Commercial Arts Club : stands: a. good chance to be Tar- s leton's leading ,club next year. i ■ A, ""t' ; ,r t ,' i ■■■■■■ 'J-? F 1 :• >* '-v1 Wk'1: v. Zeddie Edgar has made tjhe highest grade average during .hig t;Vo yeai^ here of any cadet in Tarleton; hp is in the Com- mercial Arts club. Better be careful. Have you seen ,a,U' the nev^ ,t>flicer84? ,. The Videtteg are going strong. ?:■•?., . . •' c.'Have%^fti^-'?r0feS8or, have 'a 'hearty;'; •.■■■■' ■' '? .The J-Tac of last week was edited by Paul Allen, ;P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 May 1928

* if M , ■■" ";\'^<'",;,-':-f- r- -.w '-•f:u, ,.'- I ■ ■S'i/ "A ■-' 4 ''..■ V1"' ■ t't .,A;r<>V •• ;..; •' •. fy', J,'j"' •'' ' :.' •' \V, THE FOUNTAIN FOR YOUTHS 3? EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENTS PHONE 244 junior class elects j'tac and annual of- ficers for next year ;;(Continued from page one) p;,--v ; ed and a new one called for after qhapel on Monday. i There was "spirit" at this meet- ing.'' ' As soon as "Lewis Nordyke, Weldon Hart, and Ida Mae Oliver were , announced as candidates, a v short time was allowed for any one to make a speech in behalf of any of the three. Or an Stovall made the'first one /in behalf of Lewis Nordyke; he was followed by one from John Cox in favor of Weldon ^art.' -From the way Cox deliver- , ed his w.e think that he will make a great orator if he ever gets a ; chance. Lewis Nordyke was elect- ed with 193 votes. There was no opponent against - Willard Gragg for business Wan-, ager and he was elected by accla- mation. Grsy g has served on this .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 September 1928

v.^7".1 -'y1 • ■ '.,l 1 ' ",l ;.ui,",.ivvi"- .■A* i H nB Erw/-i WELCOME, EVERYBODY VOLUME 9 STEPHENYILLP, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 11, 1928 NUMBER 1 THE TARLETON PLOWBOYS PREPARE FOR HARD SCHEDULE ■- -f ^— + + — ■ Videttes Have Large Attendance at Training Camp PLOWBOY & ; Listen, gang, did you realize that we are ready to start another year in old Tarleton? Did it happen to occur to you that this year will be exactly what you make it? Nobody can help you; it is up to you to make this year the best period in your life. Stop for just a minute—think of what Tarleton means to you, to me, and to the graduates. There never : "."us 3 placs as-great to us as Tarle- ! ton. We have won three consecutive football championships. Will we ,win another one this year? It is up to you. You can win it or lose it. The team will do its part. The Plowboys can beat any team in Texas if you will only get behind and fight. Fellows, get the Tarleton spirit. The spirit that has won all these many times for us. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 September 1928

V!.., THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE : SERVICE DRUG STORE IF YOU ASK US—WIRE BACKING TARLETON LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1928-29 ! > *t* STAFF. . Editor-in-Chief Robert Wood Business Manager „: ... Oran Stovall Faculty Adviser : Eleanor Atkinson TO THE NEW STUDENTS AND THE OLD We are just now starting on a new school year. These months which are to follow will hold much for him who earnestly strives for the attainment of his ideal. They will hold joy and gladness, sadness and sorrow, heartaches and disappointments for all of us, yet when we give our most and best for the realization of our ambitions and the attainment of our ideals the rewards reaped will prove that all our struggles and hardships have not been in vain. Achievement of a definite goal is a reward in itself—the satisfaction of a task well done. The task well be- gun is half done. Let each student resolve that he will do his full share toward making this year the banner year in Tarle- ton's histo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 September 1928

MOODY STUDENTS'EXCHANGE A FRIENDLY WELCOME TO THE TARLETON STUDENTS—COME TO SEE US HENSARLING .Welcome Students CITY BAKBER SHOP Tonics and Oils For Sale NICHOLS & LANDRESS Proprietors West Washington Street u "Sal, The Shine" SERVICE CARS WITH or WITHOUT DRIVERS Let Us Haul Your Trunks Rock Barn Garage Grundy Fenner' Phone 7 Harris Bros. Grocery WE CATER TO THE LIGHT HOUSE KEEPERS Phone 287 Welcome Tarleton Students Reduced prices Rund-Humph- reys Hot Water Heater, Koil- Les Heaters, A-B Ranges SOUTHWEST GAS COMPANY NEW CLASS SCHEDULE CHANGES INSTITUTED There are several changes in the daily schedule this year, notable among them being the changing of the drill period from ten-twenty, as it was last year, to seven forty-five. This will give a fifteen minute in- termission between drill and any pine o'clock class, thus enabling the cadets to dispose- of their equip- ment and be on time for their next class. Drill days, as before, will be Monday, Wednesday, arid Friday. Another c...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 September 1928

.'jv„ V ' 1 THE CEOSS DRUG STORE HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY HOLT'S DRUG STORE East Side North Side WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TO WN Welcome Students —TO— Peacock Barber Shop THE PLACE OP SERVICE { OPEN FROM 7 TO 6 , A. 0. Grissett Next Door to Armstrong & White GATHER & ESTES Chiropractors OFFICE HOURS • 8 to 12—1 to 6 OTHER HOURS BY AP- POINTMENT Old First Nat'l Bank Building Electric and Hot Baths Why go to Marlin when you can get the same at home for less ? TELEPHONE 222 A Friendly Welcome to all Tarleton Students—See us for Eats MAGS PLACE Across from Depot 24 Hour Service Office phone 159 Res, phone 192 Dr. J. A. Whitacre - DENTIST AND X-RAY Over Service Drug Store Stephenville, Texas Office phone 423 Kea. phone 419 DR. J. S. NUTT DENTIST—X-RAY Special Attention Given Oral Praph^\axi'< and Treating Pyorrhea . - Office over A. & P. S tore Stephenville, TeY&j GIRLS TO TAKE PLACE OF BOYS AT THE MESS HALL ELLI^'TNSURANCE /Jf-' AGENCY 1 >. BIDS YOU A Hearty ...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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