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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1921

v vi, •• Vf"- ' . !' ■ v. •-Th ss '.-'M m . '*o-t • ■ *.|b|H ■■ V0£.2. -t -*■ ;)jwri". .STEPHEfmil&E, TEXAS* FEBRUARY 2,1921, 4l^RTl3J^f|E^ANB "" A&flSTS ,-...■■ i J^V-/ K ■' \' ' ' i- '•"> m, * t .i* i*'v ■ ' •• \ "1?;''. ,'r:^ .1'J%$reli'-£t yftj'r;. ., fej-Aw: fe ■ tlM , .Possibly . ve^ fgw peoRle lit ^pphenville .4nd' kind of 'a - ^vlstt,.ouE .oi^^ruRry 9th, gjv- ing a'; €$Iegec;A)ttfi|: ofH;K0 "attractions of ,; -the" Lyceum Course. .; V -,- J ■ "■. Ani? l|f aa by far the • Has ever "ap- . p.eared in the community.: His * -Voice is one of exquisite iyrie qual- aty a f'gol.den voice*' if ever there 'Avaa ohev. Avoipe combining sWebt- jnegs; - and! st r,e%gthi -jg pw pr aiict: fir& • of a dramatic tenor, is rare combi riati6n. ;The3$ gii'ta and a Wonder- V fuj. SMUt^r :;j>f... sbng aHistry*, have ;wpn for him the/finest, "cbmnien'd'a-' ^ion ,;fromc leading music critics , iaod the PEes|^ large/; ;'- VH'e isstar tenor foy the Edi. ;gqn Cojhpany' and.'hia recQrds ...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1921

J-TAC Matheny ..Editor TEieBry ][^e Purvis W: - .Managing Editor -Jack Bas8£l,J_v-_-~-AssoVEditbr Marguerite Carlton^Agso't Editor Louise Barekmanl-.Asso't, Editor T, V. Montgomery.-Buginsss Mgr>; (Claude Kay..Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of, John . Tarleton Agricultural College.- ,, , _ Entered at the post "office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as "second class 'mail matter. : Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building, is accepted without question. As a consequence; the student body of Tarleton, operating" under its sys- tem, is remarkably free from ir- ;regularities^6| any nature. It is true that the demerit sys- tem exists at Tarleton, and that the student body is subject to mili- tary discipline, but this is so cor- related with student action that, the fundamental principle of the -honor .system nevertheless pre- vails, As a: consequence the spirit of truth and honor exists to. a. re- markable degree: "It is iihpossible for a'student disposed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1921

"I"1.1. \i-: •" - • ;-,-52i!he:- other g a family was plessed by t|ie. ^iiyal of an infant. Haying nff seallg ihthe house with which to weigh the babe, they bor- "rowed "the ice scales. The -baby weighed 47 pounds, - WANTED—A girl to db embroid- ery work, skillful worker desired. Good place for right person.-^See Grace Thomas, - Prof. Albert Tate, '20, was in town visiting1 homefolks aiid frieilds, Saturday. I busted in French. Made D in Math. : , And E in Bot. Lab. Please bring mo the man that said : "Ignorance is bliss." Dot, opening her Chem, Lab, hook, "What does B-U-K-E-T-T-E. mean?" ■Hazelwood: "I don't know I have never studied French." (A burette is a tube used in chemistry Lab.) Major league baseball clubs will train in I&Xas this comjrig spring in the following cities: Cleveland, Attfrigan League,, in Dallas; CM-' cago, American League, Waxa- hachie; Detroit, American League, Corsicana; Cincinnati, National League, Cisco; New York, National League, and .D'etroit, Ameri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1921

• 4 -J 4,-: :5iHjra2E ^^rttftiEs ANDGNEDJEPEAT ; (Continued from page 1) ^hile thjKK Th« final Sffpre tyftS 4&$9$r.; $ '■ < ; .-V -J . '. ■>'*" v ; ■- -W1-- -■ The Meridian eo&ch had guessed that the score would be 35 to 10. _4dams said that if - jvoUld not have dpiie to allow his team to make as many point# as he expected them tpf so they were held dpwn tp nine. The T^rjeton, people"were taken to. a home talent carnival that . night at ,the high school. ' The evening. .$aa 'very enjpyable, es- pecially for>"Tuck" who was with a. Meridian belle, and. as full of time to the rtiusic oftheoreiiestra in various Th;ref.;Qf jfche old Tarleton qiiartettg were, present and enjoy- ed1mexhibition of the skill of the Meridian. QoUege quartette, pa;rty attended chapel' :^atijrS|y-*nor«ing. The. College'Quartette gave another number, aild the, Tarleton singers were aytted to sing but Monty .and. ' 4dams' h'it'd failed to be aroused from slumber Until about eleven o'clock, ' ' r ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1921

"• ' I • ■? j.. ;v I :.'rM SENIORS* EDITION Read The ADVERTISEMENTS HOME OF Strong Faculty Enthusiastic Students Athletic Champions A VOL, 2. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1921. RECEPTION FOR DR. AXSON I f-{ I Thursday afternoon, following the lecture, Dean and Mrs. J. Thos, Davis gave a reception for Dr. *_ ;Stockton Axson, having as their .guests the faculty,of thy College .and the 'Stephe.nviile.^ schools, the Twentieth Century club, the Civic -club, and otheBS. The reception j rooms were beautiful in pink car- nations and ferns were used in the giving room. Those in the receiv- ing were Dr. Stockton Axaony D'ean ; . and Mj-s. J. Thomas' Da vis, Mr. and .Mrs. Geo. O. Ferguson, Miss.. Mar- garet Bierschwale, and Miss Kath- leen Blackshear. Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Riley were in charge of the ■ greetings-bookj and Miss Leaffa Randall and Miss Mattie. Walker served punch. Others assistingat the reception were Mr. arid-Mrs. E. L. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. FunkhoUser, Misses Pearl Mahan, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1921

I I J-TAC Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis-———_ ~. *_ Managing Editor Jack Bassel____ Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton_Asso't Editor Louise Barekman Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery—Business Mgr. Claude Kay—Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class jriail matter. Business. Office located in Domes- tic Science Building. Subscription Rates'$1.50 per year SENIORS '21 The Seniors of the class of 1921 . are about to enter upon the last lap of the race for a Junior college education. They have written an adequate amount of term themes and test papers, only a short time longer will they suffer that nause- ating sensation when the grades . go home, they will soon have a sheepskin in their hands and 'a ticket from Tarleton in their pockets. Then the leaders shall depart with the lead. The super-man and the scrub lady shall walk out side by side. Other faces will be see...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1921

I •') •'•"h i . ; -i" MUCH FARM PRODUCE ; IS MARKETED DIRECT (Many Farmers Ar$ Making Good Use of Motortrucks. ..... t. 'Producers Living Near C4ties Often Can Sell Advantageously to Con-" sumers— Middleman's Profit i Is Eliminated. A large amount of farm produce Is : marketed by the use of motortrucks, (while a relatively small, amount of jtliis marketing IS done direct to con- sumers, miiny-persons have made use iof motortrucks in" their direct market- j ing. Producers who Uve near to cities [often, can market advantageously dl- jrect to consumers if they obtain or- ders for sufficient produce at oue time to warrant the use of a truck. This can be done especially in seasons when consumers desire sufficient apples, po- tatoes, find similar articles for a win- ter's supply. A man who lives near Providence, JR. I„ for several months every autumn i obtains orders for sufficient produce. I to require two or three triijs a week | with a motortruck. His orders are ob- tained from old cus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1921

IS.'. i i £3\ ' '■/ \ SNAPSHOTS Roses wouldn't care if there was a lecture up at school every; night. But somehow those afternoon per- formances weren't so pleasant. A fc-v - ■ ■.' \ ■ t U- ■v \ Wayne Chandler was downtown in Judge Pannill's Chandler, Sun- day afternoon. . Maybe We don't know much about it but it seems to us that if the S. A. D.'s little sad doesn't ap- pear soon and those S. A. D.'s get any sadder it will be a sad bunch. cdme costumed as a "comic Valen- tine." V ' , , LOST AND FOUND Lost: Kimball's College Physics; -Marguerite Carlton. Lost: All my oil brushes, a study and.a clean palette, some- where in the art* room.—Odessa Little. ■ ■ ' j Lost: Jan. 16, L'illustration.- 1 Irene Ellis. - J, T. A. C. is in the throes of a wretched malady—a fever of sec- rets and signed documents. I Lost: Holy Earth. , Library. College Some people's love affairs get so tangled up sometimes that a Val- entine party and. a gracious hos- tess are required to straighten them. Well Scot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1921

; 'V- .-.-■■ ■ v •■'"'V ■> ■-; ■ -.• —T~3 sophomore edition UNITED WE STAND ; ^ ~r VOL. 2. STEPHENVJJ^ TEXjAS, FEBRUARY 23,' 1921. "WHY NOT ATTEND v TARtETON SUMMER SCHOOL AND NQRMAL -X ■ t ' k ■' I - ^ ,r 'fii' This id the season of the year when young men and womei* are laying plans for th? summer. The most ambitious young teachers, or : prospective teachers, throughout v the. State are so arranging things, where it is at all possible, t6 at- tend school somewhere this sum- '■ j^er •.jtd'.."sepure..ojr advance their ■certificates. Numerous ..college ^nd; high school .siudeiits .are con- templating the. prosecution of their studies' this summer in order to remove conditions or to ad- vance their standing by taking jip credit work. Consequently num-1 <erous inquiries are already com- ing into the College offices, seek- ing information on the nature and .'i^ope ql. the'work Tarleton pro- poses to 'offer. Numerous letters •have already been received fromi those who were here las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1921

J-TAC Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis : ..Managing Editor Jack Bassel—_-1 —Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton_Asso't Editor Louise Barekman Asso't Editor T. V. Montgomery Business Mgr. Claude Kay—Asst. Business Mgr. SOPHOMORE STAFF LEKOY WKEN_: EDITOR CECIL ALLBRITTON ASSO'T. EDITOR OMA BARBEB ASSO'T. EDITOR LUCY KINO 1 ASSO'T. EDITOR MARY BUCK ASSO'T. EDITOR * JOE LATTIMORE BUSINESS MANAGER ION BETHEL -ABS'T. BUS. MGR. Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. by concrete curbs, have already been constructed in the dean's yard, and plans are made for similar beds around the girls' dormitory, the music conserva- tory, the home economics build- ing, and the main building. Truly Tarleton will soon be a beautify place. In the spring modeled poultry houses and yards are to be built 011 the campus for demonstration work. The college hospital, which is being built by Mr. Funkhous- er's carpenter class, will soon be completed. They are now build- ing me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1921

• s/~" \ STUDENTS OFFERED SELF GOVERNMENT . The studentB association met yesterday morning at the chapel hour to consider the adoption of the honor system of student self government. The meeting was called to order by President Hud- speth, after which the students were given an opportunity of choosing this system if they wish- ed. Mr. Hudspeth called for dis- cussions and. several opinions were expressed on the matter. The question of the youth of some of the students was raised. It was thought by some that these students were not old enough to understand.the full responsibility of their positions. After a few minutes of discussion the meeting was interrupted by the ten-thirty bell. Adjournment to meet again next Wednesday. In an article in the J-Tac some time- ago the honor system, as practiced in some of our larger, schools, was explained. This sys- tem is meeting with great ap- proval in many of our higher in- stitutions of learning. There has been much discus- sion of the propos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 February 1921

_L . J J "Vxrcrfrr r\. .' ... .TTTT^ V: SOPHOMORE t |lj|ATES ■ The sophomore classes of Eng- lish have toeen debaiihg the past week at their respective class periods j)« .subjects goncerning school, community, state , and national questions. Keen interest his been manifested by some of the debaters, as can be proven by Mrs. Martin, the lawyers, preach- ersj and good teachers of the town, Joe Lattimore, a very eloquent speaker, proved to us that the State university should be moved to some point between Fort Worth and .Dallas,, Although he accused his opponents of selfish interest, we judges remembered that Joe lived neair Dallas. Hia opponents, Mr. Bethel and Mr, Wren, put up a strong argument, but not being accused of public speaking, they were not able to speak in as forceful it manner. Mr. Cecil AJlbritton with much logical reason, with his forceful manner, overdone a little, proved that thg free text book law .should be aboitslied. ' One of his oppon- ents, Miss Lucy King, howev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1921

i , FRESHMAN EOiTJON COL. 2. - After-'* Atfrersity Comes Success '.TEXAS,, MARCH 2, 1921, DENTDfi BASKET 6AtL 7' j.? GIRLS DEFEAT TARLETON Thursday afternoon, February 24, the girls' basketball teari^pf Denton defeated -£rie Tarletciii "team on ^ajietoii' court by a score «o| 40 to 38< Clejiri sport aiid;bj||i- liant - playiqg.>MevaOed ,throu«t- -.;>P|it-'tW;Sga3EnB. ' j The - Benton ' 'forwards, •' th£ , Thorne rtwina. lived up to' their refutation for swift work Lena f •« , £7 V fc V_ i/fr ■ ''r~*. • 1 v. J< ■■:' ■ -• -V ■ :] :' --*■'■ ..,|. ■','■: *-^i&yjgpil& foul; BerylBurn^tt^onevpeuaonalji i ■ Ethel Webb, three technicals; Lillian Maness two personals and ;prie technical. Denton made five technical and four personal fouls. '-.Jiff.* D&vis of .Tarleton simpired the game and Mrs. ]?ar- ingtjon of Denton refereed. The line-up: Denton: ( J,'Thome, F 24 ■Sm. Thorne,16 - _ / Owens,, C - : . ■/ "Bennett, C .-' . V - Berry, G Mills, G _■ . Tarleton: GoPdnmn, F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1921

J-TAC Franklin Matheny___ Editor Henry Lee PurvisA Managing Editor Jack Bassel _Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton-Asso't Editor Louise Barekman. Asso't Editor T. V, Montgomery Business Mgr. Claude* Kay_^A^st. Business Mgr. V- Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College, Entered at the post office at Ste phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tic Science Building. Subscription Rates $1.50 per year RABBIT HUNT .When a bunch or Tarletonites "hit-the field" it is time for their opponents to take cover, and the rabbits of Erath county are now aware of that fact. Tuesday af- ternoon, in celebration of the holiday, a merry party, loaded with guns and lunch (for fear the rabbits wouldn't stay still long enough to get shot at) went rab- bit hunting, After a few delays, such as one Ford getting stuck in the mud, etc,, the crowd met at the home' of Otis Freeman, and from there the rabbit raid started. Of course there were some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1921

.•J<a T : DAMPHINO ' They &ay soriietimes, "It's cold a8 Hell!" ■' Sometimes they say, "It's hot aa Hell!" When it rains hard, "It's Hell," they cry, It's also Hell when it is dry. They hate like Hell to s6e it snow. It's a Hell of a wind when it starts to blow. Now how in thfe hell Calt anyone tell , What they mean by this -,word> "Hell?" "This married life is Hell," so they say; When you come home late, there's Hell to pity It's Hell when the kid you have to tote, When he starts to bawl it's a hell of a note; It't Hell when the doctor sends 'his bills'; > For a Hell of a lot of trips and pills, Wh£h you get this, you'll know real well, Just "what is meant by this word "Hell." Hell, yes! Hell, no! and oh Hell, too! The Hell you don't! the Hell you do! The Hell with yours ! and the Hell . ■ with his! Now, who in the Hell! and oh, Hell where? . And what in the; Hell do you think I care? ' But the Hell of it is—It sure is Hell!" ; We don't know "What-in the Hell is Hell!"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 March 1921

.ry- *r-'' - *-v ^r:'! :■ ; ' ■- J- , -f- "v* ONLY. HALF^AST TEN ■as? Now Beefy and Weidon are two nice little men, > They Jtomte'? by • half- past ten,' But what they do, and where they so, r Is something we all should know. . jifow I am on to their little . scheme, - Each night they borrow a snug limousine, And each in his turn takes the driver's seat,- To roll up after his lady so sweet-. • Now Beefy has a line that maketa 'em all fall, And Weldott wasn't built to be ' lonesome at1-all— -.J1 S;6 we, watched. the speedometer - for two hours or more, And i(?they T traveied wis riot quite foui\ >iow this same night we saw them : ^ga^in, Aidv/iate as it v^aa, it was only half-past ten; ' Their appearance was dirty and their countenance sad, They kept mumbling about the hard luck they'd had. Now the men are proud and 3ilent as soup, And if they knew I saw they'd knock me for a loop—; But I was there and by the light so dim, I watched them change tires and come home on the rim. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1921

T H X A O "V0L.2. STEPHENVILLK, TEXAS, MARCH 9, 1921. OUR FORMER STUDENTS In 1907 there was graduated from John Tarleton College a young man who was destined to reflect credit upon the institution. ■Coming: to us from Proctor, Texas, a plain, country lad, he began to show the metal from which he was made, and the name of Bon F. Lukei", came hi a short time to ho associated With all kinds of college activities. Ben was one of our heat baseball players, a win- ner m many track events, a mem- ber of the glee club, a faithful member of the Y. M. C. A., which at that time carried oil several ■claaes in the study of tho Bible. He was also studious enough to be always foremost in his regula class work. After leaving Tarleton hr tended Washington-Lee University in Virginia, where he worked his way by washing dishes or doing anything he could. Th^re he took his Master's degree. From that school Ben went to Leland Stanford, California, and thence to Columbia University, where he received the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1921

Stop! Look! Listen! You can! Two-thirds of the employees of the College have not bought an- now get an annual for $8.25, jnuals yet. Are you one of them?' J-TAC Franklin Matheny Editor Henry Lee Purvis Managing Editor Jack Bass^l Asso't Editor Marguerite Carlton-Asso't Editor Louise Barekman Asso't Editor T, V. Montgomery..Business Mgr. Claude Kay... Asst. Business Mgr. Published Weekly by the Students of John Tarleton Agricultural College. Entered at the post office at Ste- phenville, Texas, as second class mail matter. Business Office located in Domes- tie Science Building. Subscription Rates $1,50 per year LOYALTY Practically every speaker from our auditorium has told us of the fine spirit of loyalty and congen- ial atmosphere around our school, and we are loyal; but loyalty does not stop with an athletic team. It goes into every root and branch of the institution, it is that omni- potent factor that keeps every branch of the school alive—and with us it siupK with the football or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1921

"X A ALL IN THE STATE OF MIND LIBRARY If you think you're beaten, you are. If you think you dare not, you don't. If you'd like to win, but think you ean't, It's almost a cinch you won't. If you think you'll lose, you're lost, For out in the world you find Success begins with a fellow's will; It's all in the state of mind. Full many a race is lost Ere ever a step is run; And many a coward fails Ere ever his work's begun. Think big, and your deeds will grow; Think small, and you'll fall be- hind; Think that you can, and you will. It's all in the state of mind. If you think you're outclassed, you are; You've trot to think high to rise, You've got to he sure of yourself before, You can ever win prize. Life's battles don't always go To the stronger or faster man, But soon or late the rami who wins Js the feilow who thinks he tan. PETTY PARAGRAPHS PER- TAINING TO PEDAGOGUES Dean D'avis dares to drive down and demand double dower ies. Friendly Ferguson finds that few flatly flunk in lixing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 March 1921

TMENEEDEDTO MINAGEPICEONS Good Blood First Requisite of Homing Bird That Wins I Blue Ribbons. PATIENCE QUITE NECESSARY Distance From Home That Bird It Taken Mutt Be Increased Very Gradually—Racing Is One of Most Fascinating Sport*. Ti> Noah must be fjlven the honor fit owning Iho (list homing pigeon of which I horc is written iwml. Al- though the olive tree from whtch Noah's dove or pigeon brought n sprig to him doubtless looked fair li> the bird after tie weeki of cloxe confine- ment on tin' tirk, yet thai marveluua instinct for its home, which f out* of the chief chnrfleterlstlcs of the homing pigeon, brought It buck once morn to the bont afloat on tlit* I'uee of tli« wn- terw, The Kgyptlan'}. C.reflks am) Komons nil used tin- ineHxeiiger pigeon iri lheir <1tt.vn of power, utul lo- EXCHANGE3 Starting the Bird on Itt Homeward Journey. day pigeon brooding, rearing, and Hie- ing forms a pleasant and Interesting recreatUM* for any pwplf ih prnc- tlcnlly *H clTlliidd Wftutrlwi...

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