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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1929

_L L_ .■ * -f ' To The Students of John Tarleton College The tailor shops of Stephenville appreciate and enjoy the confidence that has been placed in ,them by the students of, Tarleton College. For the consideration given us we have each at all times endeavored to render good service and at the same time' take care of any demand placed on us by any student activity. /; j We have given our time and money generously to any move calculated to be ofbenefit to the college and we expect to continue this policy. In the past we have handled the cleaning and pressing1 bills of college students in any manner that was satisfactory to the customer. To our town trade we do not do this. Our affiliation with the Retail Merchants Association has made it impossible for our city trade to get the advantage of monthly accounts unless all accounts were paid at least by the 10th of the month following date of purchase. : 1 In the future we shall grant thirty day credit privileges to college students, jus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 28 September 1929

-p-ri ,.vi-y uv£j/r,j^vt.^iT,.T^"jA'g&'U^v?'■ wAv*:. "What are mushrooms 1" "Places where they hold neck- ing parties, ! supopse. 1: SPARE TIME WOI^K •.A^ter regular, classes as our, Bonded Rep- resentatives pii "Varsity Felt Gooda" net- a Notre Dame; student over $1,200 in six months. Big earnings, dignified, con- genial work, -valuable experience and no Ip'vestmextf required; Your agency won't bej .open very long. Write for particulars today, ^ Bradford & Co., Inc., St. Joscpr,Mo. WE ARE 100% FOR J. T. A, C, D.'E., Cox & Son Staple and Fancy Groceries J, A. King's BARBER SHOP For first class vvork. Haircut 25c Chicken Dinner on Saturday for 10 c at Henry Clark's FEED STORE Students let us repair your watch- es. We'guarantee our work, and Appreciate your patronage. > J. A. Sherrill When your shoes and boots need V '■* . repairing, please give us a share of your patronage. City Shoe Shop ; W. P. Lhich, Owner Armstrong - White DI*Y ciiEANEKS Where the College Students ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1929

i K Industry is not only the instrument of improve- ment but the foundation of pleasure. —Blair VOL. 10. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 5, 1929 NUMBER 2 SCHEDULE IN HISTORY PLOWBOY! m LISTEN PLOWBOY! And everybody else, This is the season for the great- eat American sport. We llave great hope that the Plowboys -will win another championship. We have a hard schedule this year, hut,we. have a real team to meet it, 1 Why is it that every student is not out for' pep meetings t There is no reason why they cannot be there. Maybe there will be things to come up to keep you away once in a while, but not every night. In past years we had a way of persuading the "Fish" to come out to college affairs. It seems to. me that something should be done now. However, if you don't have enough Tarleton spiyifc in you to turn out on your own account, it is far better that you stay away. You would only be a hindrance to the remainder of the .school. Gang, buck up, can't you see that Tarleton is the grandes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1929

-FT editorial staff Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor.... Acting Assistant... Acting Assistant- Acting AssistantI. GoTTAito Johnson — Robert Parks IBert Gresham -Elmek Pritchakd Morris Webb business staff Business Manager.. Acting Assistant— .Dorsett Risinger Estell Scott reporters Robert Maddox, Frank Fry, Wejdon Ussery, Otis Larner and William Coleman. Self Respect In man or woman, self respect is the greatest point of charac- ter in your whole life. You live in two worlds, the outer, material world and your own inner world which you and only you pene- trate in every day of your existence. If you do not respect your- self, no one can be expected to respect you.; Many people fool the o<uter world for a lon£ time, but in the end, they will reveal their true self through an utter lack of self respect for them- selves in their intimate, inner world or life. It is riot-considered good taste to be a braggart; nor is it considered good taste to be a weakling in a meek way. In every thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1929

i , ■ ■ . i:.; nominating and program : ! ' v' committee selected • President Pete Knowles of the Student council appointed two com- mittees, during the past week. : The first is to serve as a pro- gram committee for the first six weeks 6i school. This is composed of-B'ess Brownlee, chairman; Leon StiriBon and Katherjne Smith, They will arrange programs for each week and provide entertainment for student council meetings; The . second committee is coibt posed of David Smith, chairman; Roy Nabprs, Gladys Sanders, Bob- by Pascal and Jim Wright. These five students will serve as a, nomi- nating committee.. Their first duty will be to select nominees for the yell leaders. V STEPHENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL DEFATES STRAWN GREY- HOUNDS i On Friday afternoon, the Steph- ejiville high school Yellow Jackets smothered the Strawn Greyhounds by a score of fifty-six to nothing. The Greyhounds were outweigh- ed, but they put up a game fight. The Yellow Jackets put up a good offense of running plays and f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 5 October 1929

..... - i ECHOES FROM THE NEW "V' I . ANNEX ■ " A large number of freshmen "de- serted" and went home i'pr the week-end.. They will come back looking as if they had a new lease on life. ' ' 1 Ola Dell Ashton of Hamilton, "Fishes" Smith Neal of Valley Mills; "Fish" Blackwell of Gor- njan and "Fish" Barbae of Levita, spent the week-end at their homes. '< Katie Mae Lane was a visitor in Glen Rose during the week-end. • Fish Pascal visited her grand- i 6ther during the-week-end. "Fish" Seattle says she is liking here better every day. Some fish, ■ eM /. - , We all sympathize with "Fish" Paroris who spent this week-end in bed. We all agreed it was pretty tough to be sick in the "Dump" on Saturday night. "Fish" Toots says she does not have the S, A.—we do not know, so we will not argue. "Fishes" Lamar and Godsoe have moved upstairs on our hall. We are glad to have these two wide awake freshmen on our hall. "Fish" Walton spent the week- end in Fort Worth. Elaine Townsend yisited Bern ic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1929

7;^ m tillp /'v • fg n A riIrrft •T -«? ^Slfe ~>V" , _ i £ J *Nf*v S? ) #1^^. •If ■tilj&hfrZA J4- -•«^^v~''''^'lj"-5 ^ WL^r-A a^SBKa-' ^w#~ Naught can bind man closer unto man than that he feel the trouble of his comrade I So we grope through courage, truth, and kindness, back to/hope. —James Stephens. ^ ' -s'j0gM-£ ■- "r £% r- 8f A,-'- §-' ^ycpp^L -s —^ - - 4*....^ •" ^S^Trrp^ *L ; VOL. 10. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 12, 1929. NUMBER B First Conference Game Here Friday With Hillsboro PLOWBOY! mk We play Hillsboro Friday. Let us all go out and back the team. The twelfth man is just as essen- tial as the players. Pep is all we need fellows. What say fellows! Help the Plowboys to victory over Hillsboro and then a, shirt tail parade. Possibly you freshmen do not know what a shirt tail parade; is, but when you have been in one, you will never forget it. out for pep meeting and yell your best. , The Plowboys are a great team, Let's back them.' Do you want to be state cham- pions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1929

-rr -y- S( vr ' ■<.<■ ■■-■ivTrv* "..• a' ■ : . r • . i. ' ' ■ -rjxtft ■ ■ fW'1'. ". U. ■■ EDITORIAL STAFF' Editor-in-Chief — Associate Editor- Acting Assistant.. Acting Assistant- Acting Assistant., ..Gottard Johnson ......Robert Parks Bert Gresham _Elmbr Pritchard ...Morris Webb Business Manager.. Acting Assistant— BUSINESS STAFF -Dorsett Risinger ; estell Scott SPECIAL ASSISTANTS ..._T. P. Craddock ..La Verne Neely T...Ahn Maress Senior Reporter- Society Reporter i, Miscellaneous Reporter- Junior Reporter.-- — REPORTERS , Otis Lamer, Bess Brownlee, Frank Frey, Gordon Pearce,, Weldon Ussery, Lucille Stewart, Beth Adams, William Coleman. .Aubrey Sharron ! RESPECT One of the hardest things which young children have to deal with is proper respect for their edlers. A young boy or girl is prone to obey his own impulses and judgment rather than listen to the words of a more experienced and mature person, t have received many "lickings" in my younger days for doing1 things which had...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1929

* ;> , t TO THE STUDENTS- , GREETINGS: S;;;4rv: Your editor has • asked me to say something to you concerning my past summer's travels. Since I had some ideas of the Near. East ' and Southern Europe, especially the Hebrew, Greek and Latin foackbrounds of our New World culture, this summer just past I yisifted in all the countries speak- ing a^ language kindred to English. I spent almost three months. My expenses were a little more than five hundred dollars a month. From tji© States I went into Canada, thence to Iceland, North Capp, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Czecho-Slovakia, Austria, Switzer- land, Holland, England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Important Important cities were Keyjavik, Hammerfest, Trondyem, Bergen, Oslo, Visby, Stockholm, Coopen- hagen, Berlin, Dresden, Cologne, Frankfort, Prague, Vienna, Inns- bruck, Lucerne, The " Hague, Am- sterdam, London, Edinburgh, Ayr, Glasgow, Keswick/ Chester, Strat- "ford-on-Avon, Dublin, Killarney, Cork and Queenstown. The men who intere...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 October 1929

fARLETON LOSES HARD FOUGHT GAME TO WILDCATS j- . .. , t '■ ■' ■ i* ■ ■ q.> (Continued from page 1) J. T. A. C. A. C. C. / ' L. E. Rudder v~: . Pippen L.T. Sadler Casada L. G. Barham Hunter C. Walker Wortham E.G. Bresenham ; Grant R. T. Katrola W. Hill R, E. * Goody Hendricks Q. Williams Keyes L. ii. Alexander .V. Cheves R. H. Nabors Moyers Full Bynum Thompson Officials: Bridges (Harvard) ref- eree; Boswell (Center) umpire; Mayhew (Southwestern) head lines man. ■ \ ^ $ Pliiy by Play Hendricks'kicked off to Williams on the 20-yard line. Williams re- turned 8 yards. Nabors lost S yards at right tackle. Alexander gained 3 yards at left guard. Bynum gain- ed three yards at eenter. Nabors kicked 60 yards to Keyes, who re- turned it 8 yards. Keyes kicked 35 yards to Williams. No return. Branch for Bynum. Williams, no gain, out of bounds. Branch failed. Tarleton offside, five yard penalty. Nabors gained- 4 yards at left end. Nabors punted 40 yards to Cheves, who ran it back 10 -yards. Ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1929

imZW®.' v* F> -t,\U..« f:v. *• \ f ;t,? i V ^ ?A-:z ^,-; («Sfe*-. The ceaseless whisper of the! mMeh permanent ideals, the steady tug of triitli/; and /justice;. give':' them but time, must warp the world: in their .direc W^k William James; . :%sM Z&S&28 NUMBER 4 TEXAS OCTOBER 19, 1929 - STEPHENVXJJLE, VOL. 10 PLGWBOY! * fir *$, li •*h\ The Plowboys' fought/ /h a r d against Hilisbtirp, and the twelfth man 5 esponded wonderfully. We will have to put up a harder fight against the , PolJWogs, They have a s,tiong team, arid the Plowbpys will have to fight hard ;to'win, but they die <f<iudil to1 the tasK if. the twelfth man backs them. ^ ; - i '! *, Tuesday was the one day when cadets front .th^yairlous companies would havo criatfged positions with the bandsmei^ ; "Old Time 13 flying," if you haven't taken up the slack in the ijaces, now is the time to tighten up and sho>v.iriat, you, mean busi- c ^ 1 It JQU cU-e a loyal Tarjetonite, yon will subscribe for The J-Tac,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1929

-■■MmMi r*y f'H>sli> - r Tu: , ^[iw < v v - > > r!< wr v ^ ( * * i 's^KS 4liii , \ i % , < k 'f ±%?t i: * A r.. v i\ <* >; ,y i)y <f ; > '/i „vv/v'7";>"' '■;■ ^ , ^ '"' V- . !'■ * rr i *7 £ .v: :VT' *' , ' .rM;., A, o '■■, . < > * \ ^j/ ^ ^ * ^;,v^K4 'hi 35r*v ' mm mm. j-i ': --YV.1' v.-',. ■ I: i 7k1 t , *> * < \ * "* ' / "■ \ ■ •;qTT^T-;T;--T 4,4 <• - ', \ \ % r «A4y31^-: 4 * I It u«i4' i'>\} • /f < *C- /<vS t il ^ ,s ' f A' h EDITORIAL STAFF EDUOR-IN-CHIEF Associate Editor...: Acting Assistant- Acting Assistant... Acting Assistant...... Acting Assistant...... A<itin|? .Assistapt^--.. Acting Assistant ..Gottahd Johnson -—..Robert Parks' _Elmer Pkitchakd _; Bert Gbesham :T. P. Gkaddock i/avbee neely .Ai^n Maness .; Business Manager—... BUSINESS STAFF ., 'AcTjcfG .Assistant. ..Atjbbey Shannon ..dorsett ftlsinoer „., Estell Scott ^ Senior Reporter.. SPECIAL ASSISTANTS _„T. P. Craddock ..La Verne! Neely ..Ann Mtaess ..Aubr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1929

.*> ^ • >v. Aw;^r, * v." * v ' §• i) I H« *: if U . -.wV ^ -stt-/V ■% J.;. I. 7!. <■ , ■,£. 0,J ,■-, . .. entertain with ,'u •.!• J.1* ■*£, V J*>sf t'.i <* •4 *. <- x , , < ' ') K,f , W •'■.•. '.r.'.S^ J-.'? "'.v■ TJ.fl.'- ..• ''i.vi :"/r . '-v kV-" V ■ > .}->•. r■;• • .« •■'. !•; *■ I V* i >l> vV ,V^'. i ' ' Ki(f s * J I ' t v J ( •V k bV \ - -V *WJ / {'-*• ttS'V.r" l£t^ JK dallas' The TarUtpn ' Sand .isi- now in Dallas as an entrant in the state- wide band contest /being held in connection with the"'jjtate Fair oi Texas. They are classified as a junior college baKcl and are in com- petitiQq :^ith bg,nd^ of;1 i;his class. Dean J. Thomas Davis, Colonel At- lee, and Mrs. Swan .Richardson ac- companied'the band on the trip. The i band. a^d,, thpse, .going with them left at 2 o'clock yesterday pft- ernooniri'tvyp ;%ge? :iho£pr ..busses. The e#t§st;;.^as '.s.cbsdHied ,■$ . begin at 9 30 on Wednesday morning. A massed ;bai)d gpjcitesfc wafj arranged foi b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 19 October 1929

ft - if iU^-Wd #1* , t j" \\ i \ \ S ' ' i* \ J- r, , , 4< , > I ^ i,„ "W • N4X „ n^Wl, ' * > *-W \& } P *< > f. , s \ * f r-l«,%:"- ' , > T^IWiiB f* %w«.t•'; i'Hif' i^r / V £ > {. i ^ t ■' ".'.-:V mmlmm fl *' \Xv>,n H? < /■ "" J *v' i /if ,i J IB&T XX)N'PEJREWejl > GAME ENDS IN DEADLOCK (Continued from'page i) ; M-- ■.■. ? :!■■■■.- • -•• ' , punted 60 y<^5;>^,.'^omaa :whd ' fumbled Matthews recovered for k IlUlbboio but the playwas called v< ^ i back and Hillsboro penalized five * yaid? MtCal , panted ■ 35 yards to ' ' Williams, who Returned five yards'. f" Godwin gamed thiee yards, Thomas f i picked up a yaid at right guard. i Pass by Thomas was; incomplete. , Blanch punted 10 yards to 'Finchei' who fumbled, Jl'arleton recovering*! ^ Thomas' pabs to Coody, incomplete. ; Thomas gamed three yards at right end Bi an< h punted 30" yards to Stollemveixk Smith gained 4 yards at light tackle. 'Stollenwerck was stopped by BW'ham at center....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1929

^ ' * x r-^7"^ /p # Vvy^K * v.^ k * v 1-51 "Vis I r/^f', fi4 ><v(, ;! >f ( -rr~~ ~—^-^r, -*-f \,^yXui'i ;r^r^'T?^~-':v~'T""" i S ,,./ 1 (1/ l. *!' J \ v f *V 1 ^ / ^ tV < ^ , j. TTT^T^i; fTj * 1 f «. ' « ' " > H / I- 4< I f t ".4 ■ •, ?•"; */'' P?" f?"? ' .'T.-i—* fur ' "\s""-'t#' . r. ■ajfCt j .■■■ r -WK>^ &« * The. wisest and moat interesting men talk little, think much—complain never—but travel on I;;, ■■-■( ;>■'# ' ' !'- -V . it ;, '■ </4^; VOL 10 STEPHENYILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 26, ,1929 NUMBER 5 PLOWBOY! ^^twnaar * «/ tk -(f ' -According to the dopif,", Howard JPayj^ has tootball team. equal to ljl&t/of jS. 'tii, 'U.-/.WV predict a ; 'Eighty;battle -for' the' Pldwbpys. i ; ''^Ke',fi?st''six'"weeks, grades will 6ome out'before long. Don't disap- point mama and., papa. i|pw many- names dp you suppose ^ there will, be on the honor roll after . the first prelimpary report? ,t, ' I Judging from' the Poliwog team, wl^c^ wag seen, in action here last w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1929

& ,, mmmm h x! < / i ()v ^ ^ , I V J-4 ; ! >; *•* i/f A-'.; jW?>-*&;' (J, V ,-: ,,.«;& :-\rh ,{ i , V i ? ■" ~ cw,. ->;fr ? w c ^rrnc H i M fV \ i 1 * * / ^ h\*' 1 ' ' . s, ( 4^' a v / 'M~ IV u ^ !;S 'Asyyo :^;J 1,1 • 5-Vi:,".> / 'iM1 /" L>i' :W :tf.WiiA 1 * f ,1 X' I ( \;'W/ li.; v^f' dU A } < h i M' A"':' i;s J. kl / 0% 't ;lr. Editor-in-Chief ™_ Associate JSpiTo^-f. •Actino ASSISTANT-.- EPITORIAk STAFF Acting;Assistant '-i,-;-r-rr7-,.J-!,„ Afoipg^^staht: •„,:,,,, •• Acting Assistant — Acting Ass]st|i,ntJ,.7 ..Gottaed Johnson ; Robert Parks .,.._.. Bekt Gresham Morris Webb Acting Assistant .:... Acting Assistant..;.... Faculty Adviser .^~;_ _.... T. P. Ckaddock Doyle Baldridge .' Lavere Neely -Ann Maness Busines^; Ma^AGER:,^— BUSINESS STAFF 7 Aubrey. Shannon .'.Dollie Marie Glover HERE AND THERE The crack company is to compete against N. T. A. C. AVhoops! Re- venge i'or the band, ■ •■ : , It will mean a lot of hard work for everyone who comes out, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1929

'h, * Vf •H :H''J "r ^f-rTrt^iTV «r«V">a rs> ■J-tsjjtjty -r~"T~Y if *r®ry r~p rrK 7 HI (v VI I V , < <t i It "*• t v?\ < 5 ' }' t\V\ ,|. 7 , ^ J t N t'< i ^ ] H ( ' V <™-j- r} Vrqjf * V > BilSftitJ >OT. "f J |77^%TT7s?;rf"r~]TV"T '#M ' ' 1 ^ V« wWl i 1 •Wt^i / v if MIS? I ILL^KD TO PRESENT " ' -HERE-SOON Miss IJlJa^d pfHhe public speak- ing and p| y.(jvr^rjc departnieht is going to give to,'ifche, college a series of veiy brilliant plays tills''year. Her t u s>fc 1! play , will .probably be given at the Majestic theater 011 I liday, Oct. 25 f ".."/■ ' The title1 of ', this ,play is "The : Eligible Air. -: Bangs,"a . copiedy ■which .';'Wl|ar?i';v,fayr.: at the Woifth Lheater at. Fort Worth.. It was such a success that she has decided: to present it here soon. The plfiy is by Robert Housuni. Fol- lowing' are the names of charac- ters: ■ :, . ■■.'"/ Boyd Leughin, the Eligible,-Mr. Bangs, who isi-'a very tiniid man, at raid of all. young unmarried wo- men, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 October 1929

:4- , \ *'■ >fryw«s£c3pt«a*fe-i>&;.i i '^Mr-'*- v>^ ': '*M x «>'^ AM. .- ■). ,'.' CH^Sf^,' ITEM'S j*% ■"•*• '■'' ■ 'r tl I?" "■ f K * ' 'l? ■ l't , if' .«**-' '■'. f > ' y) p i fell • . I. F' i r "17, ■ i^'C^L fe$; '? ?r1 J'"7> £fe'V. *&&r <fv ! ^ ' i '. ' 't Last;:-T!ttfe^^^^ -no chapel But iyent to the fair' in- stead •■' *",., ',>• '. •> !>■ Thursday morning four- very m-j teresting talks were made, regard- ing' the continuation of the J-Tac, Mr Gottard Johnson, editor,"': .ftjr. Dorsetfc Rlsinge^, business mariag- ; er, •Miiss?:s .^ess .Br^wnlee and that our paper would have to discontinue ! if more did ' tibty subscribe. . The candidates for yell i leaders each led a yell onj Thursday, On Saturday morning- Brother ■ Andrew interesting talk. Noticing V large group of peo- ple m civilian clothes, at the back of the gym on Saturday, Dean Davis asked who they were and if ' the students wanted any of thejn ' to ^ay' 'anything. They proved to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1929

p^rr^Tf!^ 1* 1 If ^ \ ?/"^ ^ /fa **sSr' j,«« v™. ^ —'VcF-TT-^t-r tV f^—' I * * V f '-,«. "' & " EEvtJB m? 1 Hi Ti K When when :,;ga ;_-•" ,%/' v% J' ' NUMBER 6 STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 2, 1929 VOL. 10. v >„ JjHr ,:; ''V;'$ A i *-*' PLO^BOY! ilow did you like the game last Satmdiy. fellow^T : ??. ;J- The Plowboys held them score- less the first half and fought like wildcats throughout the fearae, hilt . thg superior reserve" strength of *heifelfow Jackets Vwas too much for theni. , .V i, S' * Vi- wm $;M Nabors, Williams, and Thomas were; injured.- and were removed from the game but will probably be back in thq line-up for the next game. .They gave1 their best for ""aileton, and that was plenty good. The girls [almost runlned th^ir reputation - on Saturday. Only a lew were at the game. What's the matter, girls ? This can't go on. *\ ' i:-W it < t ft r The yell meeting last Friday wag the, peppiest this .season. The new leaders certainly showed up wail The crowd Was not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1929

sot - i' >, <y rK* tH''^ w u ? i ( t lhiii'>\ ,v*V> i' ' < * (5V. 'i >4. '" -• ' ' All > " 1 *,/ Atl 4 t * «■! •ji- 1 t Mi T"^ ^ i ^ 1 *, * f / v i i ' t *> S~ Ml K I ) f ' * ,A ; ,' * W '- V / * „ [ < h{ H\ /*, v:- " fe$ >i«>u * * $&&&&&<V'.>jrW \\jl 31 ;&* ■:%w$ / j ^ >* r'JfeW' E d itor-in-Chipf ri^ Associate! Editor - Feature E&tor--..;. Society Editor....,-.: Exchange Editor... Literary Editor_„ Fruity 'Adviser-.: editorial staff . Gottard johnson _.:. Robert Parks .Morris Webb ..La Vert? Neely ..Elmer Pritchard _:Bert Gresham Pusin.'ess Manager:.. BUSINESS-,STAFF J *■ VS5V.-V-., ■■KW. Assistant Business Manager.. Dollie Marie plover .... __.Dorsett. Risinger Estell Scott WM &': lUiii" 4 s :'. '■■ ".V- ': ''! * ^ i , % A'1 u 11 V / 7 1*: \ 5 w 1 t"/ ' f w ''f i\ , ' \ * '' ; .v.. • f. \, tVv.- '■■ ''& <F&. ••■ i"-.' 'r/ ft;' ,!■: MI 'K-hS/'^''.y:- RESPECT ■" When a boy or girl becomes grown, th...

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