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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1928

*vy gf?r: tM-:V ir-zirV^ •■-■ ;> i ; • >"4 ■■■*>■■ • ••••.v^;%^ , r 'U*\l Immlm • ri •A ; ,. '3^-. . • jiC-^ ,>W ,/U£ sg? ^^iL-v\--SBs®7ri? . '- ';%^L , SJ''irT!*\ { i - Ay ,:y fi • *■ >L '■ r SEED BY THE FURROW IS COVERED' SMOOTHLY AND LIGHTLY THE GOLDEN "^x. /'•• ■■?r^.^;V>n4 -. ~0oeth,e , .:/.; IgT r>S<*rC^'-*r'><f* •'* , i '* Vv'V'V i£zZsl VOLUME 9; r STEPHENVILI^E, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 2%, 1928; NUMBER 2. THE DOPE! SHEET PLQWBOY 0m Here it js nearly gillie for a gamp with A C, G. Are you ready, for it'! ' po, you have ■ the , Tarleton spirit?/ ,',';Difi,< :!'0n Ye Tarleton" thrilSyinx^ at chapel? Did you i'oi■, the first pep meeting ? Have you bought a yell " boot?;-? i 'fit-, riot,''there is: something wrojf^ i iBUck;up, get.it, or get piit, Dtf ^oU 'w^ht to;.|6'e:-3t?tte chairi- i pion^?,. ?'.H/^^i^gh^;d? vgrbo*; pep;\t;I)rQ yqu fcilow %hai ? i I have been 'a dn^rariii^d Viari- r°w a boat, I biiifyjairige a b ipyelC <But: ixeittier! did. a .goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1928

<t ^ _7 4*. «t f-:W :- ■■:■ - ,v>v ■_>-. .■■.,-, ; >.:. v .■ - ^ , ■- ■ ;.. .. ■ j -■ .■ ". .1v; ■. v^.'-V'^.r ■ V i ' • 1 1 " ' ,7' i ? '4 ■ > *►,- .■ ■"'v.-.' ' .VVl THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ABE INVINCIBLE STAFF SERVICE DRUG STORE IF YOU ASK US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON LET US SEliVE YOU DURING .1928-29 > -■■as ' : . , 1 : r ■•s ? I Editor-in-Chief , Business Manager ...—.. Faculty Adviser Robert Wood Oran Stovall Eleanor Atkinson THE SCHOOL AND THE STUDENT There must, in every student's school life, exist a definite re- lationship between the. school and himself. The school must fill a definite position in his life, even the student must rep- resent a definite unit in the student body and' its activities. The degree of importance the individual student attains in the live^ of other students is governed by his ability,- his initiative, and his ambition. The part the school plays in a students' life de- pends! upon the student also. Th6 school"is always...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1928

V" ^| T~' 1 r ^ ^ —-T, j-- 7—.—^-s— —rr— .- ,f1br~ —-rr — ''■ 1 ' AND IX CAME TO ^.S§,, * EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT STUDENTS PHONE 244 HINSARLINI EXCHANGE "Vi .' * [ WHAT DO YOU THINE? .•;;'i.v'^L''.freah'paan strolled down -;: Tarleton. Avenue one evening with* another freshman—one of ; the blue chambray type—cling- ing to his arm. Their heads : were close together, and what th^y Vere saying was nobody's business.' : :; Two figures approached \ tBf'Oilgh the darkness; one was the .Guy With the Green Gloves apd the other was the mail with 1 the jnous.e-coollred mousjfcache. As the two couples met, the Guy with the Green Gloves was t:;%e^,rd to remark to the man with the'mouse colored moustache: ' "Aw, go bite a rattlesnake!" Ix'jji mas gp mysterious. What could it all mean? r ■;: (To be continued) Welcome Students CITY BARBER SHOP ' Tonics and Oils For Sale NICHOLS & LANDRESS Proprietors West Washington Street "Sal, The Shine" + + ♦'+ + ♦.+ ♦ + + + + + + ±4 SENSE AND NON-SENSE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 September 1928

^ , "/'■'■ .^""v;^ ';' \'y, ";-'.>K i^;:; :;''-V; >' -"'' 1 1' M ' \ •"^.T'l W\7'' =T^5P * < A •:v!Vr?;;->:;V^>'^;,>^'{1/v .v A-•' 'v;fc'^;'- - :,\;...-^v-:'v ";- •■■■- TH]#§ftpSStoRXJ G! gTORE :.■■■'■■' :f. HOLT BROS, DRM P WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side! Welcome Students ■.■■■"" ' Peacock Barber Shop THE vPLA£EOfr SERVICE ■ ■^ii O^E^.7 TO 6 m A. <j. Grissett Next Door to • Armstrong & White CATHER & ESTES V^^vK^'QE^JCEVsotubs-'-. ;\.>^V;';;;8-;/to.;12-rlt<>'6-,. OTHER HOURS BY AP- rV'V^/^-.'FOlNTMENT : ;iOld::First Bank Building :' • Electric and Hot Baths , :':■ \Wfyy go to Marlin when you can ■get'the same at home for less? ■if:/'- . h; TELEPHONE 222 ■ ' ■ • ' A Friendly: Welcome to -all Tarleton Students—See .: us for Eats: :. MAC'S PLACE Across from Depot ",. ' 24 Hour Sei'vice Office phone ,XB9 L Res. phone 19? Dr. J.'A. Whitacre A/^^E^TISTi^D. X-RAY ' Over Service Drug Store '■ sStephenvilie; Texas Off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 1928

FIGHT VOLUME 9 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 29, 1928 NUMBER 3. ' V-- A.C.C. i.;', 1 (v. ' 's PLOW BOY & THE DOPE SHEET' Fight 'em, men! We've got id beat A. Ci C. this afternoon. Buy a scorecard. ■_-.,1 ■ v ■■ f ■ 'v'.v> .1 ' ; Whoopee! Gang, how is this for M 'football weather? Bring on A. C. . 'I:X3.7 McMurry, and yea,. Randolph. • Uncork all that pent-up; W e$Jp ; . cand feet into the spirit oi thething, ■£, Show the Plowboys that you are behind them, body and soul; they ! can't , tell it come ootj ;;:;;'.to 4fkS yell ' '' , 1 ■' , 1 , ' To. yell beat, you must know all v.! Vthq Jfeils. To know the yell's, you iritist: £t feboic. Biijr drife to- ilay an3 if. ^ThiS afteynopn: |he .Plowboys v Will tfiey win f : ^Vell, pan ,a fish-swim 1 game cfejpeiids upon you; , The Plowboys will fight for all : .that Tarleton standi for; Get the . ^old:spirit and y&I, ^Y.atch the yell leaders. Do as they say. . ,#iifWe have a shirt-tail parade 7 'Let's do the things we said/we ? wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 1928

y ?'.^.TV:A' l \-rsl * , • >' 1 ■ \, '* wmm —. 1— rw7T^p,rr>^ ^n^SPrpTTT''^^ ',iPB^;r*Tr,A,_-.\w^ -"-■;■' "' '"r ~*^-r-T^-™"rr.Vi ■'..- '.■ • ^ ' ■". ■' ' M ."' THE PLOWBOYS BACKED 1 BY TAKLETON SP1K1T i . ' AKE INV1\'CIUI,K SERVICE DRUG STORE IF YOU ASK US—WE'EE BACKING;^KCETO#I^-; . ' t ";•', _y'•■ '1' * V' LET US SERVE YOU during msm^M ■) r:. STAFF ... Robert Wood. ..„ Oran Stovall V.;' I ; ^ ;,Editoii-yi-ehief ■. ^__j... .j'... .-^fiasijie^s' •Maftafce* ': 'Sports Editor Weldon Hart : ■: Society, Editor ■ ,-,. ; L,^~ Hazel Porter :' , Faculty Advised „:i...:.... L.,.....i.:,.. Eleanor Atkinson ^y, ■ ' SPORTSMANSHIP:' ■' .. ,• I"ht^ football' 'reason is opening and our first thoughts are of ^.i^anot^r/championship,: We can visualize the team sweeping through the opponents* line on to victory. We cheer the team, v'"..v.;",' cheer thp individual players, letithe spirit of the thinj* sweep :us, off our:feeV Yell meetings,-, snake dances, and all sorts of ' V celebrations are p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 1928

' .'.'=.'. s --"^'•'iV.i .:'"jitf"":;-' ■■"• ."i ;:1, ' * MOODY ■ AND IT CAME TO PASS \ H E N $ A R L IN G EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT STUDENTS- :;!;■■ PHONE 244 ' <:c ? • ■■■' m ij* ....... , -.;: BENNY'jgNOTE BOOK Our chaperone is Bonny, you know; and thiis si a leaf from 7JheC''nbte\boQK- All trie other leaves have a list of the de- merits on them, apd^ I find most1 ■ of them belong to Hettie Lee and Merleforkeeping their room ready to gravel all tim^. Honest, those girls sleep in the floor because" their tablg is on the bed; ' There! are only thirteen girls' on oijrhall since Christine and Alma moyed. ' Christine is cha- perone in the old building now. You've heard of the event lead- ing up to the 'tragedy. Well, we feel that listening to people practice1 their'music and "voice lesspns imust be leading direct- ly up to one, for; we know Very r "v^ell these, lesspns can be inas1- tered without all that, agony, i Mary Lee. Osborne. and Elsie Wilson go through, Edith Eaton sat on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 29 September 1928

•1Z ■■.'•f1' . v;^i'i^-.'/1:'"•■„'i..,;rv.-''■:■• ■■ ■■ M ■■■ 1 ■/>. . "■; -17,^-i wTyt; 'r.'-y -^r- i -"A ■ ',, .; ' \ • • :-i. -. • . '"V'r . °;- :$K; /i.W-V"'y.' w/. • %rV • 'v.- , ..• ., :A ■ I,■■ ,1 \ fi- TOE GROSS DRUG STORE holt bros. drug company WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AXD TOWN HOLT'S DRUG STOftB Xorth Side -V- ; {i : rTV- . H" ■; THE TARLETON TWELVE Wehaye takeii iip our abode at Monty'i ^oAiBe. There are twplve of vis; |fid We wish to . ady thai We :2$g tWelve tw^lf- : ths for Tarleton aid also the Pi6wb6^. Johnson, Hill, Davis, Meisen- heimer, Jones, Bird and Single- life rSuiScte'd tip all 6f the Fish arid .sent them to the first yell meeting. t They were sMl fai* nished with U Purple Bddfe and a y&H. Wfik. "i First off the twelve .comes Re^inifeiitdl Sfeiigeaiit Major Gottard Johnson whom all of ffe met. Olin Hill, ; Jodie Singleton, Wayne MelSen- heiriier; Oetiil Jones, and Got- tard Jdhrisdii are well trained Videttes. Fish GibbS IeJ the alarm clock, an4....

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

in<*y (mum ■yV-;. w 1' r :yi 1 m- tfi ■'■ :'/-r K]vEE IB m struggling with misfortunes he tri Shakespeare VOLUME 9 . STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 6, 1928, NUMBER 4-. GAME, 12-6 > : PLOW BOY Did; you see those. Plo-wboys plow'' ©id you see!:Fish Nabors catch thp^e passes Friday against A. C. C.? , This is Naurs',;first year hffi.jsf flhd in leict, he hais not play- ed!;^ooti?all long; but from the way he .played J'riday,/one would judge a vNabors punted beftptifuliyi, gained consistently Si^d arqupd 'the Iirie, played and above ally flau^iii sevSig passes-rrfovir from Bojjfe ! Hunte? •; and three > intended foi;,- AV ,C., C. handst Each of the ^.piles' broke up praising •.A.-•><?; • '&• rallies. - Fine Pinkerton showed up well in his 'Howmany first' downs, did A; G. •''Jronhead" Uiyi^"Frids#■!■'Very few, yery and in fid- d itifou, .lie eauglifc, a pass for Tarle- : ton's first touchdown,,, Rudder showed up well at center, getting many tackles. ; : AW A; C, player ^...

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

"' ^ v J t "~ ..•Ij,1/-!.! '."^IS'.'i J1, .-'fi THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE SERVICE MUG STORE IF YOU ASK US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON LET US SEiOT) YOU ? DURING 1928-29 ': J' I 'r i ' ! v i / . i • : J .. V |3ditoi>ih-'Chief ..........— Business Manager „ Sports Editor Society Editor Fa'eiilty- Adviser — STAFF Robert Wood . Oran Stovall Weldon Hart Hazel Porter Eleanor Atkinson SUNSHINE ; Two seeds of the sftme variety were planted in separate pots. 0ne was placed in the sunlight where it grew into a strong healthy plant. The other was placed in a dark spot where no sunshine was able to nurture it. It grew slowly into a frail sickly specimen. The absence of the sun's rays caused it to be %. weakling, an example of necessity of sunlight. S6 it is with our lives. The one who thinks clean thoughts, lives, clean, and appreciates the sunny side, of life is the one who is strongest. The sunshine of life is easy to find; only those who Hvoid it fail to receive its...

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

Tv.'rr-..' Iv • ■ ■/■ ■ ■ Wi . itr (•••v. ;' . :'.;-vV1■■■v-ryX■'•■■■ .' v. 4.".:...v.i<A.i1 ':'i '•• ' f"''' V;' '■ v, ' i '.v.;. -m ^:v: '■■'y: r'':' V:' '•1 '• -1/ -..:'V- .i.-V 'j ■ ji.,y M S«;5Si.-W5«t«.5Sfl«5««-55-«5«5SS555M««5&t AXP IT CAMETQ ^SS/ EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT PHONE 244 ' HENSARLING EXCHANGE ECHOES FROM NEW ANNEX Tfc :}lii if*' ' '* ■■■rs :;1:. - '..i ■' .*• •V ■ v:; ■& Are you having as many j 'tekts as we£ire? They have started now, and there's not much hope of their stopping for Sbdiit eight ihore months,' There are so many good things mixed in with the medicine, though, that we can stand it and be liap- py. : The freshmen who went home ; this week end were, Waldeene, ' Pete, Bernico and Dorothy. Le- Vere was Dorothy's guest. They are all over-bubbling with the Tarleton spirit, but it simply won't make theiri immune from ;; Jjpnaesickness, _ " . Just a few days ago Fish Ging got a letter and some pearls; from home. The letter said that Louise is a ...

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

HOII BROS. DRp GOMPMff WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side ■-■s«■** THJs CROSS DRUG STORE East Side ■r- ,:;':''''.-yY;Y?Y '• ■ .-'v Yv^'.'-YY V ;; YY!I; f5V>V'v YY Y:;;Y tArleton victor over a. ■' c, c. in = hard game :Y:; Y V! ^:J:(Gontinued from page 1) v.*;-' ,.'=■for 45.yards,* Hunter made . 2: thru center. ; Nabors kicked 30 X yard? to Keys, who returned 4J A. : ' C. C.'s pass on their' 36-yard line. C&te'eyes wiade; 1 yard through right ■ ! vi ; t ;. •?^uard., Roland was thrown for a i '.YYY;'X/' : vard los ■' 'i : ri; •< • i-A, ft -■ - * YY "yard loss, Cheeves punted 30 yards ■ td Tarleton's 48-yard line. Hunter fumbled on the first play, and Bul- lock recovered for A. C. C. on Tar- leton's 44-yard line. Robinson : plunged through left guard for 2 yards and Cheeves made 1 at right . end. A pass, Cheeves to Hendricks, was incomplete. Cheeves punted i, Y ' 13 yards to Davis, who returned to Tarleton's 32-yard line. Nabors YY" punted 50 y...

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

•r*rt w The best portion of a good man's life,-^-his nameless, unremembered acts. of kindness Wordsworth - ✓'. 'j, of love. SUPK. .. •-•'•. - -••" ~ iTtQ.S NUMBER 5, STEFHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 13, 1928. ;g;,;rH VOLUME S . PLOW BOY m , - '" '■■• ' " fS ..'"vl 11 " V "V" r 'Lislen% me, all yoia folks who /are supposed to back the purple and white. Do you really think you (lid your part in the last Peek's ' game? Do you really know what it means to see the Plowboys de- feated on the Haye field? ! i. It is the first time in four years, ul believe. Of course i£ didn't mean so much to the fish to see the b.oys go down, but what do you think it meant ■$> the men who have been ,ihere three and f pur ye$?s? .j. The Plowboys lost; .' ^hat game partly on account of the lack of spirit. , It is up to you, Student Body, to see that pep isn't lacking again. . " 'U-; •v• *. : ''•'■'i; !■> . Let's not be caught napping any J:--;. tiiere ever was a time when ' school patriotism stirred your h...

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

i;, lAU>: <* - v ' /'r;^,: ■;/■/'V;,^v ■/?;'/■-.;.;;/:'//.-.<. ;'„■■■ /// V.:. -/ ■ ■ 4 vM 'Vt', „ , , > v ' THE P LOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE LET US DURING 1928-29 US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON IF YOU .Ki/r;:.o^.Ky. ■■ ''■~!^SV:^1';.::^/ V.'> ■?'«'&?«--s;, '/-///a/:.. . ,'.L . ..' ;t.:■ ■ ... . '' • l-V-'•• .; v \ :•'.•• ;,/ .■■i.A '■;•'. v •'., :<■;■'•' ...■ .£■■; •■ ■'. '.<• . ■ '.'.■ 1' '. -; ". ■: \i '■■•< v.V-kV ..; JSditor-in-Chief ■ ~:J....i.J.. ; Bu^tnes^ Manager ' Society Editor STAFF ; Sports Editor . Faculty Adviser Robert Wood ..... Oraii Stovall .._. Hazel Porter , Weldon Hart ..... Eleanor Atkinson v ■, > y-'V ' ■i ■j ■ " ■'' ■i? •;' •■'' s •- 'K-w- '-: ''''' ■ . '■''' i,l '"< '■ ?■ ;.'1 ■ r" ■ J.'?- : ■'''.'I •*?■ •' , '• ; TO OUR TEAM IN DEFEAT ' .Team, you have, been fairly'and squarely-beaten in a great game by a worthy opponent. .'We know how you feel in thjs mat- ter; wo kriow/that you feel this defeat much pore...

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

■vi*- n ^v.v1-v-i • **. f • ■* v>; ■■ 'v. f ',.. h ■ HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS V . ? .STUDENTS'; EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT RENSAMING COME IN AND 1 : PHONE 2-14 ' ! :r ■ FEEL AT HOME „ WHAT DO YOU THINK? i \ \ wm *>'■: $t w&w \ v&f V n *>[ ** / i.1. U* "1 r - '&£'■>■ u S ! I H ' I -\ ;'S-l:. Wife"; * f, \ A (' .(Continued from week behind ;'. last.) ; | V V A man arid a'boy Were Walk- ing along a country lane one 'd^y, picking 'b}rds and watching little flowers as they flitted about frpi^ .tree to tree'to tree to ti-ee to i- V.1 ... They. did not notifid-that they had wan- dered, away from the road; sud- denly they ;came upon ^ i dilapi- dated, dreary old homestead, from 'the chimney of whieh is- sued a thin wisp of smoke, and from the cellar of which issued jia strong scent of something or other. They, were about to pass ■ by the house and enter the cel- lar wiienv fro,m somewhere, with-, in .the ; dismal iiiterior of the building, an agonized female voice s...

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

"* j'.. ■K\ ' • /. :r' ■ . i i* THE CROSS DRUG STORE rr el .** j,v East Side HOLT S DRUG STORE North f s r ? WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL P. ■; TOWN DEGA^UR INDIANS SCALP TARKfiTp^ P^tXWlBOYS, 19-7 . (Continued from page 1) other a few minutes later, but it •y?£Sj mere|y, sup,^luous, having no hiring .uyoii; ijjfcja outcome of: the gsp^J. Tftp Plpwhoyp ,y?ere afee^y . ■j^ptain Sjjain, Boley, arid Work- man efj^re^fgr tlj9- Indians. , ,Tjfco ', play 'of Captairi'JJavte' and the lme plunges ;oi 'Nabors and.'Porter. Ty Allen did some good work' while he was in, and engineered 'Tarleton's drily touchdown. ; . •" Play by Play First Half—1st Quarter Hendviekson locked off for Tarl- etqn to Decatur's 3.0-yard line; they returned the ball 10 yards, Deca- tur ma^e ,6 yards off left tackle. They lost "r at left end. Decatur punted .40 yards to-: Hunter, who re- turned IB yards to our 30-yard line. Hunter ran' the, ball out for a 2- yard gain. Pinker ton hit center for 2 .yards, Nabors punjed ...

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

*'4 1 / 1 > M > , s . ;VJ' * f" ^Vy./v$) ' \ ' ' ^'^tV ' "' hft s^>' 4V idif ft'S / •■"vh ^ : •; ■■ wrf".'/'r v EEOT J EE Otfe/ri Fame is what you have taken; Character's what you give; When to this truth you wake>0, Then you begin to live. -Bayard Taylor. i-i',- -in NUMBER 6 STEPHENYILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 20, 1928 VOLUME 9 *? TARLETON OVERWHELMS CLIFTON COLLEGE IN EASY GAME wl. mm- I ! i 4< if v i PLOWBOY m In ^pother week we shall know 'the results of pur efforts for these hibtsixweeks qf school; we shall have received the %st preliminary giade/ -. What should, be the value of this' estimate-oif our work? It should tell us just hbw much more effort,^ we -need ■ to give to our studies in order to raise them to a satisfactory standard. V- * A failure:which'does not spur us on .to greater -effort IS a failure. * One which makes us grit our teeth ancl say ft WILL" is not a failure hut a success. 'iV. W £ Mr § IV k/'< * &u Na.'boy or girl who is satisfied TO%|^eU!ja...

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

1 , « ' ,<* * •I.'. ■w ■•'k sf} PH hrnic^t, <\t> v '<**4 <4v ■v I i-C'i v \ ' i V M ■ 'A. \ •: t rS T-^'T"'* 'v"~ V-- TTr^ " ^ IV t } " 1 " f ' IV V,' ■ i ' \ ,V.& fS^SSi' ^w "' „ t l t t n I ' :' J)':::- :> ■. ■ ■\... ;:'. !;r;-'->.:- -. ■■:' •I ?£;:■. ■ .'-c- J"U -v. .■ ' ■ iv-iiU-■■>;■., ■■' 'V^v ■-:■.' Ka-:; !-:<.':v' ■'* I,:. S'.'V-'' .■: t$%A 0:W- i^V:;. '■•■ ■ Wf ■: ' ' !:/,;•:«*. :.': ■ .l' !•••'":': K:'. . _;, ■' " ' i ; ',i *: - •;:. • .-'■(■■ ■• '. ;■ ...'•.• .. < , * ; .4" ■ f, i.'. • THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE SERVICE DRUG STORE IP YOU ASK US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON LET US SERVE YC DURING 1928-29 STAFF Editor-in-Chief ........ Business Manager . , Society Editor Sports Editor ; Faculty Adviser ..... ..... Robert Wood Oran Stovall ,..; Hazel Porter ...l WeldOn Hart Eleanor Atkinson SCHOOL SPIRIT School spirit is an intangible something that makes, one true to an institution and all its activities. It includes th...

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

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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 — 20 October 1928

'5 v ^<'<\i i,r*'^rr^TTr^rT ~Tr',^rt • ^ ' * !\i * • -' I h A" ^ H > * « > i * « s ^i j ? * * _ ---~..^t , ..•- '• * !. :>,. ii •■ ;Ks' * i v-i 1 3&#$8Sfo ••••' ■;"i;j:/- * l 3K U A • •* 1 *1% WSlN^KKKiKNW * c- CROSS DRUG STORE East Side HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY HOLT'S DRUG STORE North Side s 4tj , WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN ' - , . ' y - *> ■ f ' '■ ■ , ■ " 4 , PliOWBOYS SHOW SUPER- IORITY IN CLIFTON GAME (Continued from page 1) Cornish for Spearman, Tarleton. Clifton; failed at right guard. They made, a yard at right tackle, Clif- ton kicked 12 tyards to Tarleton's 36-yard line. Nabprs hit left tackle for 4 yards. Nabors made 3 more at left tackle.1 Nabors went around left end for 3,0 yards. First down, Tarleton. Honk made 2 at right guard. Nabors gained. 7 yards at right end. Cornish failed to gain at left tackle. Pass, Allen to Ba- con, >vas incomplete. Clifton's ball on their 35-yard line. They lost 2 yards at right end. Clifton gained 2 throu...

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