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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1929

^ '/■ r 1}' J 1 ' ' V i 1 < * 11 1 i 1 * 1 * v< ^■Vr: w*. v,i p* w. a > i v > ^'f^un 't'" ' w* t \ i ' ,, - Yr-'J" m 8i#§ i / ■* v* '*0-?!#?■ /v, > 7; ^ , ^««fy/ 7,/^ W" / 1 ' ' ?{) t ^ :-f. tj) fr •IT i. 1 Jff ut •* ? «t * ill 'i '•h *' ■w i i h % % "ti"n i 1 $,A ^ Vvh J I J V ^ | * fljtll -j W A y. r, k^1 v f ^ ^ \ ^ 5 f v h* ^ M y' ASKUS ?'s Question: What are some of the snap courts ,:ln school? Answer :• All, of them are if you wjll snap into it. Question: What is the J-Tac? A&yffitr&n' ,eajrne&t effort—o^i the part of the staff.?' \v ' Question:" What is the ; GraSSr :. burr? ' ■ :, '.■ ' Aag^^s'.;Wp. can't t^ll fey. loot me (Apologies to Drennan.) ;'. Que^ticn ; ,; Wlio, js the Icaprpus- ology teacher? , ; , •••v Answe^i' Captain John-3^ith is —not, ', it' " " ''■ Question: !Is the world round or flat?[ ,i::,'VV;V. , ' '' AairiiftfC Many people will . tell you it is crooked. ; Question: Wh^t is ther softest job in the worjd? •„. : i Answer: Being as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 November 1929

"TpE.55M npr Y 5 ^4""' 'Ll,~ #"4" (H * * ;.'W< i? -.1 V 1 * i . .", /" 'A.. V . 1 ' .«,, ,?>!•' ^ii: ( ..L A &f^V rl 4' * iS '■$x';/ip'-$ft ~-y\ /• * •,, " . ■•; r'- ""■' r.. ■* •• RECEPTION GIVEN MARINE AND, TARLETON BANDS (Continued from Page One) . ¥t. • : '< ■ )"•' (>'* ¥i:-' -''Jf. ; :>%EM-*v,',,: ■' !•$;;: ;■ A , f te;Vv'.: ': '■•■', -- - .■ 'I -1 :%V "A c . ' . ..'« V> V ,r. "*f- i' , IK' " !i ,H * ,' Captain Branson visited the'band stand in Hunewell park, after the entertainment and was very en; thusiasticabout it. In fact, hcsaid it was the, .very best band stand that he had seen on the whole trip, and that he was indeed sur- prised to find such an excellent stand at a. junior: college.' Wo like each',and every member of the band and are very glad to have metthem, especially Captain Branson. We thank the Dean and Mrs, Davis for giving us the chance-toassoeiate with them. BRANSON LEADS BAND IN MIXED CONCERT , (.Continued from Page One) A ■y:':. m IS ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1929

w«Wi>'Mlv -'¥v * %«* ?V> ^I't ?* ' t}';hSs"i Mt'Si , •'v <•/-i'M'/•: I , .- ^ /% w 'M . .--•%/ •;/, -f flTwr..# ?irt .1 1 II < A EB^Bfi T mm ExW/-< 1.', y r 2P® ®p ounce oi performance js worth a ton ox com plaint. —Theodore'. Roosevelt STEPBENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 9, ,1929 ■■'■ . NUMBER 7 VOL 10 NEW AUDITORIUM TO BE DEDICATED , PLOWBOY! Only forty-eight on the honor roll.;fhat'g a .shame. % tf ' n it 1 > fm '<X t£ It** l\k ¥jf <& i .^itii ;a student body of thjsi size -there should be &t least sixty or '} more with all grades above -eighty. '* ■ ■ ''-i/. . ■"■ , .' ., , ■ ; It: looks, as iS the honor roll 'business will be .left up to the freshmen to a large extent; Last' !•■■ year's -regulars fell 4ownthe fist ' ^ix weeks. However,' a dozen or so have determined .to "come out. of *it\f' The. ?eat'oi 'the student body. ;-^lip^ld keep p^ce with them. .••'^••Burlng the hallowe'en party the Tumblers put on the best show of that land that we. have seen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1929

Iptifj. A'jjUJi1 f '"*** fwy y '■ > "'•> 1 ■■ j* 11' ''f^raMpp^xgr ^ xt v, 'ywir | ,-ii y " u v' iw ^ p; v • „-vu-, ''A'C>: •- >-v„ . ^ i A-. -< v.. " ■ '■ .■ ■■- ' • 1 • . .k ' ■ > '' 9 ri. -;* 1 t.if'fVJ-J * / /I I- EDITORIAL STAFF Bditor-in-ChiefJ /A, y '■! \ 1 1 ■■ ■:V;. ■ .• ". V Associate Editors- Feature '-.Editor,.*... Society Editor Exchange Editor... ' Literary Edi'tor._... Faculty Adviser.— Gotta rd Johnson ... Robert Parks Morris Webb La Vere Neely ..Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham BUSINESS STAFF Business / Manager . Assistant Business Manager.. Dollie Marie Glover Dorsett Eisinger 1 : Estell Scott ; - REPORTERS Bonnie Mae Webb, Hugh Garland, M, F. Blanton, T. P.-.Craddock, Boyce. Irwin, Melba Carroll, Louis McGregor, ^.nton Miller, Margaret Henderson, Isajjelle Bates, and Joe McAdams. , ; ' . Your Grades . How were your grades? Were they what you expected? No? 'Theii whose fault is it? The fault lies mainly with the student and his application. All studen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1929

u * J m ■* f jt -*1 ^ ^ ?! U y' ~vs i u * *i t;f^fWFW^¥x% r;* . t> ?3i-T>!'- v'r-'i, 1 + 4. + -f+ ',+>* 4- + 4- > + + + ■•"t '■■-■ '. + f , SHARPS AND FLATS 4 ;+,■■■ (A Band C6lvimn) ' + %.'■■■■ ■.■■■■'■" : xv + +••+,► ■+.+ + + + > f 4 + * + + ' The band was photographed last week. You will probably see the picture in a', few days in the lead- ing newspapers ■'■ over. the United \ States. :' ., . SPOR T S !! l\ ■II 11 f, •; p;\:" „■ .!• '■ . IE:-';" That chubby little trumpet play- er, Bedford Stone, has recently been nicknamed "Eggs." We are wond'cring why. ■■ 1 •. , l&v-: V #;f .L A.;> ': fe p W:.y - K'■'■','■■■ ■' ' 1 ' .■ i; >V #(v ■. . ■1,1 ; The basses tried to ^iye .them selves sqmefree publicity by stand- ing up while they were playing at the hallowe'en party. The ijrumpet section, ruined their attempt. . We learned (by his election to the staff of the J-Tac) that Webb had some other talents besides that of clarinet playing. Honor roll badges are sti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 November 1929

IV M ~ . , F* " a, Mh < ,A s i > ^ } '■ ' 5^%^"' a #1"n ' M M #£ ?&V ;'i" -\ v, \ \f 7«"j 4* lf,;| V-' ' ft.'V: K'•-.*. ' *•■: ■-' j:i" 'v ' .' \'.J \'. ' '.■ -•;'/ • .! , , •,.i ''V ^Hossfly^JJ^'.-.-MS; MilesQlp^iyPur sued by Coach Hal! ""'fy seems as though "ilossfly" ..and Coach Hall^ad .spme kind of "ruckus" the other day. The, ver- '■ ^jct ;ended''first''down and ten to >/^go;;"Hossfiy",being the.beneficiary. Newspaper men, photographers and . movie, .,producers also, thous- v. ■anils of cheering people were at the • finish as,/'Glenns".sprinted.in. M Several of the fair sex crowded around the modesc "champ" alul asked hiin .to . autograph their "Kymn" books. "HoSsfly" timid- ly autographed the books ,^fter ■: which' he, turned to a ^near by Ktander and. remarked,''Its my ' beauty I'suppose, for the fair dam- sels'.have always been my weak- ness.' ■■'. '■/■ When .asked 'by reporters how '■, het managed :to stand up under, the heavy strain, our ■ hero replied, I .' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1929

£.4? i v < (#W' ^ $ I it c * , * vi4 JS««^TO!Sg®i^mW.W St- W * «* ,f ',!■;< f , k. * iT^1/' IW'1, t? * * 1; # i £v'., 8- j $'r * {&£*■ |f^ -V fen $ h* // S.-V.-1 .■ >'■ • \ flu i L> f M St v|rT'.; 'V : . ■ t i "* V , ' ¥ /7 V>>>r- t*:t v> ■*'; A w ffl SB £ happy- Sidney Smith make someone NUMBER 8 STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 16^ 1929 VOL. 10. ft \ PLOWBOY! ' 74- hoys tennis club is feeing or- ganized. It is practically certain that it will be the largest in the history of the school. It seems very probable that Tar- leton will have permanent tennis courts. The Aggettes at their an- nual- banquet last year voted to put 5down cement courts this, year, -and "work has started on the ways arid, means to carry out the project. The boys tennis cljib is certain, to aid the Aggettes.' Dean Davis, is backing it. It will be the best piece of construction that can be carried •out. at the present time. Back it! . 'The Armistice Day address was very goo dindgecl. -W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1929

i"\v u, v \ I / Aunt Pearl's Place J. A. P. s Entertain - f t Ki 1 V i V ) . i * I ■{ ; r M V. 'V i*' tv v H i; S M: ■. ■ :'■ Wl;.:' pj'jVi'f' .' Hfi ■ . 1 '' •' ^ y ; , •.V !•'•• ♦ • 'v ' J1 \ r-'U EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief.. Associate Editor— Feature Editor.. Society Efiitpr-i.,-. Exchange Edit&r_ Literary Editor... . Faculty .Adviser.. Cottar d Johnson Robert Parks ........Morris Webb La Vere Neely ..Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham BUSINESS, STAFF Business Manager...-4—~1_ Assistant Business Manager „Dollie Marie Glover ..Dorsett Risingftr ..Estejl Scott :: Permanent Tennis Courts , Several years ago a movement was started with the object of building some tennis courts for Tarleton students. The move- ment was a success to a' certain extent .and some wire backstops vvere erected, net posts set up, and two clay courts were built temporarily, to serve until 'some permanent courts could be constructed. TJiese courts did not materialize. The clay courts were unsatisfactory bec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1929

0 Nvjj ►f* Iv'l it 1 , X'.„ '«'j, iK* i t Comanche Tribe Social '"'If' ^ £*3 te;' WK'l im.-S r' 4f^ ■ 'm' > j, ,^f Y"? ■ . Although our contemplated pic- nic to Handy's Park was prevented by tjie rain oil Friday (light, we put one by ."Mr. "feather,"; and bad! our party at 'the dining liall N after the pep meeting. Among those present!were, 'Miss Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson ■ and little daughter, .Beth,. Adams, <Jim Gobble, "Baby" HiIley, C. M. 'i Caraway, Monette Ponder, Casey, ' Ifuck^beee, ,; Ethel.;Lu9kief '^Boy Sapors, Gladys Witten, Arra: Lee JVhalley, Alesa, -Massey, Bertha Luckie, Ruth Hill, Winnona, Wit- ten, Katy Poteet, Robert. Ayer«, Joe . Bailey Cowan, Emma Poteet, Myr- , tfe Gregory',- Lucille/Jones, Hor- tense Franks, Louise'Franks, StanT ley Dekker arid 'Lucille Stewart. The party was one of the very 'best: of the season. , Many1 inter- esting games ,w4fe played, includ- .'.,'.,ihg( ■ a- .fitalkiiig 'race" ' between ; •• "Baby" iHilley and Dekker vs. ,Mb- nett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 November 1929

Hi 'J*£ \.4#«,V V J,'-Jv. >**J f 3 PfflBMI LISTEN PLOWBOY (Continued iro mpage 1) you like him? Joe is going to be as good! Let's go!! . "v There were 39 exes on the cam- pus over the weekend and on Mon- day that we know Of. There prob- ably were others. Nearly all of thqra saw ,the game. That's how the students of former years be- lieve in. supporting'the team) Rah,, Exes, Iiah!.We can profit by their ..example. , , ' Did we enjoy, that shirt-tail pa- rade? Certainly, and how! Let's have sojne more in the, future! , We don't know why the boys roll- ed up their troupers legs, but it seemed to help their pep along. If it does, We are for it. V We won1 our first game, a/ con- ference game, we have had a shirt- tail parade; now .let's have those permanent tennis courts. T ,—±~. * ' CADET CORPS PROMOTIONS : A ItE ANNOUNCED , ; (Continued fro mpage 1) F it?'- i ^ '■■rl * ' iwt Ti<*w !^v, « !$> f Richard, Stanley. Brock, Glen, , Cole, Ellis. Wly, Lewis. '<■ , Martin, J.; H. . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1929

^'VV t^i^Pffw^nirr ^j^r* -"^fr^ -r - t —' '■—**■—t, r ■" - '' -.'.-." :":: ■■'■'.■■■ !.' '•',J"' '■ •rrrt. f-i "',*'' "-'."-r'7T?^^r>' "■• ^jT^^TT*1) ■ • T "■■"•■ • ', ;.-. r • ■ iusti- mkW C-1 ■>', ly-I, )■' '•., ';, ■. a'^'. ••£*,'■ ;'. ■*■ . •• ' •• 1 •. po If ?y^. -v ■% . ■ /'•v • .; " : mzm "-TOdBB^M; ^rjfesoe £ '}*N;~y mmm. Friendship is the best college character can grad uate from. Believe in it, seek it and when it comes keep it sacredly. .^t VOL. 10. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 23, 1920 NUMBER 9 ;0. ■M?- $W%, is;$f ■■w®- m PJL.OWBOY! ^He'perqipirient tennis courts are still being talked among those in- terested. Sufficient money has not yet been raised, but every one eon- : corned is optimistic. / , * , ■ '.'*)■! ' V.W-- '' • ./'-tliq copjpany baske.tba,U games have Hot been as well . attended as ; they should be^'Ev6ry man should 1 be out when his company plays and, ^ possible, he .should/;rie<)ur- age one: or two. of jthe, fairer sex to b^ck his team- Very few...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1929

v i 4 * fv. i / -f V i/i W i i i i ,^' 1 ' \ t J > f J X 4i <}.} 11 \ H < 1 J ' V'''iWi';.V- :5 |f«Lr " 't _ I t i>t J > r vC "^rv ?" i " 'T™rTTV7w7:r^,"f« r«'wv r ^ . 1P 4tf •; 15 14 ^ 11 lC,'i ,-'. ,.:'• ?" 'V'^'h.tOIuV; ,t'S <> V 1 1 >A u>K V I ^ t/> "I.** i * 1 f « * -r ' ) 1 :• ii ■•v :, ' 4^''• *•> V.^VfT.r v .'V "•": ■•■. • y.1* ■ >io.\i"*■ ->> •*■% ■■.'.■ K . :'r •" ,l- ; ' ■'- >';■■■*. -y^ ^ f_.-'r ''yf1 ^'i ;■■.-■ 'i$5V'.'T ' Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Feature Editor Society Jjlditorij...—:. Exchange Editor ;. Literary Editor.. : XV'KwnJJy; Adviser.^ EDITORIAL STAFF Gottard Johnson J./ Robei't Parks Morris *ijf ebb ... La Vere Neely ..Elmer Pritchard -.-...-Bert Gresham ' BUSINESS STAFF I . Business, Manager .....I. 4^a?stant IJusihess Manager:, :.Dollie Marie Glover ,...—Dorsett Risinger .1 -.'. Estell Scott ■'!: '■'[; so- f. Qn-Honesty .Tbe^a^W of- honesty is not ..taken seriously enough by .'.-,j ciety; of tpday. Etyery...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1929

^ 's 1 > < t 0< I i 11! ("* / I '"<X! j< > t \ ' f h ' cC * w*t J >t v J'u ! 1 it'./' ' f * t <" -iV > V \ * f \ ^ >WJi".'W.'.' ■. ~ ne-— ..gw^yccwcgaqa; ! ^ <*/ , ft ' i < r? , < 1 J i' ' $>Jf i ■ J'.f :><■;•; fr-- vvivj ■<!, vj;:&(K,;'-,;•;.['f,- ;,-. , ■:.,;■ J f- '.TtW't if-i ('Vi;^ ^ I JM ~ " , j ' I - * 1 > i v H ' 4 ' V < ' r ' ■> kl. I h ,f fit:,-,;!; *, „ j ""l t;«"■!■ ■; ■B'.rV '■■- ■'■,■ .> ' %.'.:';r';: .""fez i .*#■: I u f'S^vyfK -;?■ i Jf .J /■ I^faiitryRfe^ulations Thsi <jtep.ar^§qfe%rijj '"#«. edited =solely.'.for the 'purpose' of' porfMpt7 ifig and creating some general im- pi essionii abpiit the;rexecution of movements,''theT'definitioh. of tnilk ■■ 'i ■-■ ■-. 1 ^ i. .' "( ••' j ■* ' tary terms, and in' general for the mutual bgnef^fo£-all concerned. It shall 6e\fedi,te4rS>y, :'t%'JVlM.:;0. fc . / ;T/ staff- an^ sliall bp' cohsdiered correct ;witfain. the' bounds of- hu; , .. man. mistakeii^li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 November 1929

«- •} ' ■ Vr' * ,4 ' - .Uii.V; ' ,■ • * ^ ^ ' K ~ '/ U41 f ' ■■ <.':V"\'.'. , --v J. , ■ A : ,' : "V. '■■• ■ ; ; ^^BbT/BCOWbY! / AVe make. Hamburgers- that, you'll ; ;iilce, C<yne in and try them. . . . Majestic ,.;v- Sandwich Shop Either side of Majestic Theater No. 1 . ■' No. 2 Let us keep your shoes and boots . in first ;class, condition. You'll like . our Service and Satisfaction.1, ' °LinchV " ./h'. ■ Everything, from candy to flour— . / Buy it From Moser Bros. Where the Dollar goes farther SV o« 1' \fl 1 '4. > W ' K ' ' Py'i;L-'0.vfZ- . f. . ■ x&r ; ;?;•/'7. '-'f\ V !rv-: KV'+\S ' ■>:'■ -'i ■ I'.'r '''' K-r.^ K-)< ■,-,/f : ! *, ,;'v .1 / , y' - r. " ■ t YOU MUST EAT: WHY NOT GET ' THE BEST.AT MbiVCafe For taxie service* Phone 44. We also have '/cars to rent. We appreciate your business. ! C. X STAMFQRI) ... „■ j SAFETY-PROMPTNESS ,v Armstrong - White DRY CLEANERS Where the College Students Trade , Phone 254 >:rr.a , ' " '.V/V.';1": -: 1 A- . . v ./V " .' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 November 1929

' r 1 \ c -EB^EB BE A 11 ;you belief in "On. Ye Tarleton," and in every- thing thatit mea,ns and stands for, you will stay for ,': the game on Thursday, -^V > ^ ... " *u NUMBER 10 STEPHENVILE, TEXAS, .NOVEMBER 30, 1929 VOL, JO, yi PLOWB9YI : ■W|e,''Vye'. 'tied', two., conference games and won one.'.Coach Wisdom ; . was heard'to say last weke,. "Tie- : -gaines are my games now." In oth- !er>word0 tie-^ames only, inprease Lour .chance; for the championship, r . As, long as we dpn't 4ose a Same' we have the! best chance to come ■ ■ out pn top. Defeat,of Randolph ■will cinch things. . 'The Plowboys out played their opponents consistently and threat- ened seriously many times,; but they just didn't have the scoring punch. They needed more to back them and push them oyer. It will be axUffcr'eiit; story on Thanksgiv- ing with most of the students-arid a 'great crpwd of exes to split, their thrbat.s .fg^tha'BIoy^oys.'.; - i Let's go, gang! ' That yelling moans a championship: „ When y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 November 1929

'J if •"" i: ™~T V '•' 'i V„ .\. ■ , a: ivvy:: y#v ■?:- . >', • /. . f I ' i ^ ||pV;;;-':. i* . fejv ■■'■;■ \$£??y'i;{' ■ ti',!"'r?W i' i*—>* 'i'. i ■' : v v ■■ iCTi^. ■ ■■ * ^P'/Vv i ^ i , ; Editor-in-Chief..... Associate Editor- Feature Editor.— Society Editor Exchange ijditor.. Literary Editor.—, Sports Editor News Editor:.... Faculty Adviser.. EDITORIAL STAFF Gottard Johnson .... Robert Park's -Morris Webb ..La Ver,e Neely —•Elmer Pritchard ..Bert Gresham Doyle Baldridge ..Lucille Brooks ..Dollie, Marie Glover BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager,—,— — ■'/: Assistant Business Manager——.—, ..,_ ..Dorsett Risinger 1_ Estell Scott 7 I' ' s/ r ' I'-A/': . i •' 'P i l , ,' . '1.' ' f m,; bV'-V ■ '-'it' 7' I' ' "-J! "i: •' i"f•' 1 i'' •' ' ■' ' 1 '■ " ■ . . * V iV-V: ;•/. :■ i Thanksgiving : ' 1' *'*-.■ ' • ' Thee earliest harvest Thanksgiving in America was held by the Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth in 1621, Those sturdy pioneers, explorers, ^ettleirs, woddsmen and builders saw fit to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 November 1929

* - ! ( yi s A < > t ' 1 '• ; 77' 7/;. ,'7/v' .''' 7' 7:' 7■ ■..: _____ 777; 11 ./f f; t ) ,f"7 - ■• "V, •■■■w- - ■■ :o77;;\77'7; 7;;;7;r-y ;V7,7 7.V'7 ■'' Questions Answered In This Issue of J-Tac ■SfV.%. i J t \ TU Who are tEe new members, of the J. A. P.'s? ' 1' 2, .What is Military, Courtesy? 3. Who is due the salijte at Tar- leton College? 4< What is * the proper distance to salute from?- . : 5j Jn what way is military cour- f tesy'rendered? C. What is the headline of this J-Tac? r ; ', 7. Who is president of the Sis- ters' Club.. 1 8, What happened on November 21 ? :7 :. . ■ 7, ....■' ,.' 9. What will happen on No.vem- 7ber^28? : ■ ' 7 7 ' 10. Who are the officers of the J. Thomas Davis Debating Club? v ' 11. What is the editorial about. • in this issue of J-Tac? 12.What happened in 1621? ;.,' 13. Does the student body know . what is. goiiig to happen on Decem- ber 13? ;' 77 14. Who has gone on a diet? " 15. What cities1 are represented by the Gym Boys? < H U it II...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 30 November 1929

■ ^-■x"-mik3h ~r~ i "irr* - jr ~ *1 f ? :r:; \ i T? MWp: * , ' i'<> "f,'J '■ "■v; •"',:i'i^:'! ■'':iij?,,,V:'', '': ■■'■: ."i ■'"■ a';':;' ? ''.':J ■/r^':',rjV:';- '1 '.:'-V' \ Revealed i i! SjMi, The staff's version of the mean- ing' < of the : several clubs on the campus: ■ -, . -. i J. AC P, S.—Just as per schedule. 0. W, L. S.—01<V women's lame society, .'; ''..,. . ': ., D. I). D.—Daddy's dumb daugh- ters. ';' '■ ■ / ' v' P. A,,L, §.—Pla.ee all lads safely! 1. Ii S.^ignorant,. Irresponsible ■ Sisters. . : T. N.;, T.—Tell no tales. S. 0. T. S.—• Sisters ought to sleep. ,, ; II. E, . C.—- Heaven eventually comes. 1 ; [ E. G. k—Egg;s get. stale. T. T. P.s.—Ten Tarleton peppers, T. T. S.—Ten Tarleton sisters. Hunt a hole,. Badgers. —Let The- STEPHENVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY do your laundry work. Reasonable p,riees.; We call and deliver. Phone 210. ■; Promptness, - - - Satisfaction Here and Thfere ' Beat Randolph, , Make the Badgers hunt for a hole. ' Stay for-the game, papa a...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 December 1929

_ y. J* '^r-rri£- ■;*.«¥*.. H J&/M. wWMt if! J '' " ~ . F" r fK ""V 7 t- $? Big jobs generally go to the men! who; prove their ability to outgrow: smaller jobs. , ^SEStiw. ' .rt. iLL^JSi NUMBER 11 STEPHENVILLE, T^XAS, DECEMBER 6, .192? VOL.IO, PLOWBQYi ■'fc> l . Our football Seaso^ was not as successful as it might have been. We won one, tied two and lost one conference game. v But that was enough to cinch second place and to,pake a strong bid for the cham- pionship. , The Piowboys^ consistently out- played their opponents. They gain- ed more yardage ;fro.m • scrinjipage, , >made more first downs, and return- ed kicks further. Nabors outkicked his opponent. The whole team play- ' ed a stronger, scrappier,> smarter game throughout with the possi- ble exception of the, first few min- SS?'1 ■ &■■ *w° ^iowb°y at the very;beginning of thV'game. Tlie Tai-leton teap s^'em-; /:". ' y'\!V''", . ed; to lack part of "the .enthusiasm r -'v * ' : . pep, and fighting-spirit t^.'....

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 — 6 December 1929

■"■*1 "i i- i ",fB v .i' ' ■: ;v r\ ^ ', /./"iJ .v 7r7 - "Vj •' ' 7 7-,- ; : 7^'^! .l :7VL'-^ ; , ' r' . .. . 7.7/7;-f^7' '/:*/: K. ' : r-\ ' 1 ■■ ; ■' ' .'V' . ■ ; : ,', . s'. ..77. ( ''V;: ■" ..' 1) i.', ' ' ; !' ' vjgditqf'in-Clhi^f^L. 7\^8pciat<i. ,E$to£- .; feature. Editor-/-.. Society, E^itpr^u EDITORIAL STAIT Exchange E$t6r77— •.'Sft'0^3 ;jpyy&it24-^_4 , News Editor,. :'Gottard Johnson Robert Parka a_J—.Morris' Webb La Vere Ncely :Elmer Pritchard <—- Ber^t Grcsham -Doyle. Baldridge Lucille Brooks Faculty; Adviser...... ,, Business Manager. BUSINESS, STAFF -Assistant^ Business Manager.. ::Dollie Marie Glover ..Dot-sett Jtisinger . Estel! Seott . Stiuae^tSjHhe ^wel^li ^n/ lost the foqiball; game, last Thiira- , iday,.' I .know'what you are thinking. You thiilk that you could v, riot h^ve done :yery;inuph-*to help, hut the trouble was that frrac- * licaUy. all.of'the student'body hfdi'the same thought. As fnd}- ' {■• viduals.^tve ep'uld, hot; have heen, of;. much Assis...

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