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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 December 1929

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 6 December 1929

? i' ; '■ "-h- M f j i. '•r V;- ■:, -; ;* • " Av*:.- '"•■• ■■5'*v\-/ ; . ••••.; • " !. . "{.■' \ Il"' : LISTEN PLOWBOY (Continued from Pag© 1) -;- The t/ack men are doing1 some real work already. The_ track team is going, to be strong in every de- partment, Saddler, Irwin, and Bres- enham are the old weight men that "ar<5 back. They have picked out' some new men that are expected to develop" into classy-' performers; Baldri'ige and Moper are the last year's dash men who will show thier} stride this. y ear. Some rpal high school ehairipions are here to aid Tar'eton. Roy Cook and Foy ""Cook are the distance men of la^t year who are back. Re id is out- standing among the new men. Suf- fle is expected to- divide his time between running ai^d jumping. Al- together, the team' "is going to be . a "corker" !. The tennis team bids fair to win another state championship. <• > Let's go! lie: "When I dance with yon, I feel as though I were treading on clouds." - * She: "Don't kid yours...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1929

'' -H Vf ■ J1 I \ DEBTEE Etr s. $> mmM thmga tomor row should yesterday VOL. 10, STEPHENVILLE, TEX^ DECEMBER 14, 1929 NUMBER 12 PLOWBOYl . The Second preliminary grades will ]be out soon. Will you. raise those low1 grades of yours? Let's hope we have a larger hon- or roll thil time. ' s "This is the time that tries men's souls." And womens, too. It is all too easy to slacken, between Thanksgiving and grades suffer ac- cordingly. . ' You can enjoy the holidays-much better if Santa brings you a card with good grades. See to it that he does. It lies within your power and yours alone. ' The white gloves, that are being tried out by the Videttes are go- ing to make mistakes more easily •peeing H , "... oS t#o.effect's 'They mil lower, •' ■ ■ the grades of each company as computed by the" staff officers iptf ' lessen the effectiveness of the -ap- pearance of the movements by showing the mistakes more plain- ly, or they will increase 'the ef- fectiveness of the appearance by showing mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1929

- 5.-. 1 - , * it ■ ■■.' -jW . -■ T y - " "'1 , ■;/ •Editdr-iri-Chiel;:.„ EDITORIAL STAFF Associate Editor .... Feature Editor Society ^Editor. _1: Exchange Editor.,—__ piteirary Jjditor,'...—1_ « Ss^'crts Editor , ,— News' Editor.— ; FacultyAdviser- ti' •• . Gottard Johnson Robert Parks :.„Morps rVyebb .—..La Vere Kfeely ...Elmer Pritchard 1—r.Beirt Gresham —Doyle Baldridge -liucillf Brooks Business Manager.. Assistant Business Manager.. BRINKS* STA T ..Dollie Marie Glover ..Dorsett Kisinger 'Estell Scott "■■■ College Life The young xn^n and girls pf today are offered one of tb,e great- est opportunities in the world. This opportunity, or we may say, this special privilege is a college education. ' But, what is a college-education? Is it just the acquiring of knowledge stored up ih: books ? We are, not of this opiiiion. jA college education is the learning and the association with your class, mates fiiid fellow-,students. ^his is the greatest privilege of ajl. Learning gives us the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1929

1". Ivs.'i' ■ -T= ■'. \ #■' ?'}". •' ■ " V;i 1 . / , 't' ' S;'"' /■ ''t v- :?. 1;; <t; r; . i: Quest ions' Answerediii this ie of j-Tac , 1, When do the Christmas holi days begin? * 2; What kind of a party did "A" Company have last week? " 3,' When did the Sergeants have their party? v; ; 4. Who is the new sponsor of "B" Company?, , 5. What form of entertainment . is to be, offered' on the evening of December i3? 6. Who is the new member of the old" Aririex? ; 7. Who had' a date Saturday night? ' < 1 8. What invitation does the band extend to the co-eds? 9. Whois swelled ^up over get- ting his picture in the paper? l'0.|" !'Wh^'is going to'C. ;I. A.? , H. Who were visitors to the "Durtip" this iast week end? 112." When .is the-next lyceum prograiri to be**giVen? ' ' !:Pli3r'iwiib-W^e'S. A.? 14- 'jjfow iriany articles are] there iriv'this isgue of'th'6'J-Tae? Annex ■ , j 1 1 ■ Gertrude Gilmore went home this .week. • '' ' i! Mace Lamar took Stinson home: with her this weekend: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 14 December 1929

' It Pays to Look Well For the City Barber Shop with a Smile Nichols, Landress, Smith i Q See (Sal) for a Shine 268 West Washington Street Let us keep your shoes and boots in first class condition. You'll like our Service and Satisfaction. : . . Lineh's Shoe Shop Armstrong - White DRY CLEANERS Where the College Students Trade , . Fhone 254 Eentum U Driveum Fords and Chevrolets Special Rates at Rock Barn Garage South Belknap Grundy Fe^rier, Phone 7 1 Fort Frolics Give the only eyes you will ever have the beat there isjjn optical science. My years of esperiencflHjjives me the ability to do the most delicate work- Dr. Wi D, Turner Office over Stephenvills State Bank Pointer, Terry and Holbrook College Barber Shop Close Convenient Good Work . •. . We Appreciate Your Trade McMahan - Holley "On Ye Tarleton!" We're Backing You Look neat. Let us do your Barber Work —Let The— STEPHEN VILLE STEAM t LAUNDRY do your laundry work. Reasonable prices. We call and deliver. Phone 21Q, ; , V • ■ " '■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1929

i m%s- \ The J-TAG Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men y&r ts. «&. - W, ■g0fe00&a^lm !/>:. -W$H SyW--^rm ;\Z I!/M?' l JM>H\ X VOL. 10. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, DECEMBER 21, 1929 NUMBER 13 PLOWBOYl &Sa The Christmas holidays are up- on us. Rah! Remember Santa Glaus is gener- ous only to good boys and girls. Do you" think that your parents and friends will be ai glad to see ,>you after your grade cards are sent, home? The first basketbill game was held on Wednesday night at the gymnasium. Did you go to the ' game and give your part of the necessary" support? How did the new men on' the team look to you? J- The outstanding members of the football- squad-..iMUieived .their. only compensation for their hard work for the season in the form of a let- ter at the annual football banquet held at the dining hall on Tuesday evening. Do you think that you would be willing to do so much work for so little compensation? Unlike most high schools ,Tarle- ton does not award, sweaters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1929

Dining Hall Is Scene Of The Big Banquet NINETEEN FOOTBALL MEN ARE RECOMMENDED ' FOR AWARDS EDITORIAL STAFF As«®ciate Bditor_ Stature Editor. S«ei«*y Editor:.! Exchange Editor- Lit*rary Editor— Sport® Editor.: Editor . Gottard Johnson Robert Parka Morris Webb L# Vere Neely .Elmer Pr it chard Bert Gresham -Doyle Baldridge Lucille Brooks Faculty Advisor- BUSINESS STAFF Ihwi&eu Man**«r Awustant Buiinesa Manager.. -Dollie Marie Glover Doraett Rislnger Estell Scott ' . Christmas Holidays The long awaited break in elasswork is here. The Christmas Holidays are the happiest days of ,the school year, for then all / aehool work is put aside, and we go home to enjoy ourselves. If you have done your part, this Christmas time will be a happy one. II act, there will be something missing which cannot be re- placed. Tour part was to pass your work. Have you done it? Can you go home Christmas and look your mother in the face and say, "Mother, I have done my best. I have been auccessful, and now, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1929

f J, A. P's. Enjoy Christmas Party On Saturday evening, December .14, the J, A, P's -and their guests enjoyed a theatre party. The couples met in front of the girls' dormitory at six o'clock and went to the Majestic Theatre where they saw "Tonight, at Twelve," (We hope Cole enjoyed it.) After the show' the party went to the home of Mary Jo Slaughter. Notes of the Christmas season were featured throughout the living rooms, and a large, beautifully dec- . orated Christmas tree was the main attraction in the dining room. At nine o'clock the'guests gath- ered around the tree while Santa delivered the gifts. ' Branch said the set of little tools was just what he wanted Santa to bring him. Miss Lee was given a lovely atom- izer and perfume set by the J. A. P's. Music waa furnished throughout the evening by the Victrola, and M\ss Gladys Keith, rendered sev- eral piano selections. (Fish Allen also proved himself a talented mus- ician by getting harmonies out of a straight chair. ■ . Late in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 21 December 1929

Santa Claus Visits Les Lunettes The Les Lunettes were enter- tained with a Christmas party on Dec. 11 at the home of Ivliss Mary Mae Price, with Miss Price and Miss Josephine Avendell as host- ess. The members met at 5 o'clock and spent some time in pleasant conversation in which we all learn- ed lots of things about trips, horses (white)—Ask Allyne —and short people and tall people (ask?) and many other objects of interest which I should like to disclose but "prudence-bids me not." Our" conversation was brought to a close by. our president, Mrs. Co- re'ta G. Smith who told us that old Santa had been there but because of several other pressing engage- ments in the North Pole he was unable to remain'and he asked her to take his place in distributing the gifts which hung upon the gaily bedecked Christmas tree. Many exclamations of delight and sur- prise were heard as old Santy, nee Mrs. Smith, presented each one with her gift. For any further in- formation "about the gifts we refer yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1930

5.. > ] f m C P 'M MEN CONTINUALLY IJORQET ; , ' THAT HAPPINESS ; ' ISA CONDITION OF.MIND, " "" " ' AND NOT ' '' A DISPOSITION OF,CIRCUMSTANCES. • . . S £SS53C r:v . '* , STEPBIlftfyittE, 'TE!XA^;:;|PIT|AEY 11, 1930 : 1 NUMBER 14 VOL. 10. PLOWBOYl We, are back! We have already picked upourwork where we left off and are continuing it with un- interrupted zeal and vigor.' pid yop; enjoy the holidays as .-r. much as you expected? Did you conduct yourself as becomes a stud- ent i of Tarleton? We know you r, 7. At this writing the happy, joy- •"> :' i Glij%tiiXi s and ; ' ij^^eifir 'iljlja np£ begun to de- cline. Everyone seems glad, cheer- "fulandwillirigto worK Are you ,, doing^our part? " It' way wonderful to get away . ':ipr|eii^8? l>ack home; $ut, wern't. you ''J ■ : ' glad to Set back ? yoii feel .:',! ' trilled to 'r.c^mpjis.' again? Djdn'fca feeling of, pure gladness ftil -you greeted each ^ierii? T'ia a ^rpnderful thing this1 "l^omecoming," ': : %, j i Wern't you proud ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1930

.X V i:' ' 1 f ' World Peace vg. i " National Defense Editor-in-Chief— Associate Editor- Feature Editor..;.. Society Editors- Exchange Editor- Literary Editor Sports Editor. - News Editor Faculty Adviser_ EDITORIAL STAFF Gotta.nl Johnsqn Robert Parks Morris Webb La Vere Neely ..Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham ..Doyle Baldridge Lucille Brooks •BUSINESS STAFF, ..Dollie Marie Glover Business Manager , Assistant Business Manager- ..Dorsett Risinger Estell Scott Make 1930 A Success We are at the begirihing of a new year with everything before us, twelve months in which we can better ourselves, or we can remain in, the same "old rut,"4 What are you going to do with those twelve Months? Have you definite plans that you honestly propose to carry out, or arc you goign to continue to drift along in the same Jold way? ; ' , r. ' , : As we glance back over the past' year, isn't it distressing to thijik of allthe things that we planned to do and yet to knew that they- are not started. We have twelv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1930

sfr~ rVr'~7" Snappy Sport Shots By Sammy Fan Nineteen hundred and thirty has been here for nine days, and with it arrives a, series of basketball games with strong college teams, Tht Ok lahoma Baptist University Bisons will be "hard nuts to crack" if they have another team like the one , Sammy saw in action last yeari Sehriener,, Institute had an un- y defeated football ttani this year. They played a fairly representative schedule. In six games under Coach "Bully''' Gilstrap, former. Texas University Star, they have lost but' six games. We would like to play them next year. There is some rumor about a game of basketball with the North Texas Agricultural and Vocational College .Hornets. We wonder???! Our basketball team looks like a team which will bring us another state championship.' Cowan wai high' point roan in the last game with Daniel Baker. Sammy ventures to say that Cannon Welch, Howard Grubbs, "I>est" and Russell Saunders are real footballers. They were the best in the po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 11 January 1930

Six Recruits ' A ' Friends; classmates, and fellow Tarletonites, greetings. We were all glad to be permitted to return after the holidays. That is all of Ua, but "Pish" Brico, who seems to have made a good many New Year resolutions to at little girl back fn Granclview, (that's his home town). Not that any of the rest of us did not make any New Year's resolu- tions, but we haven't kept'them like he has. ' Something happened to "Fish" Maddox during1 the holidays but he hasn't told us what it was. We would like to know if the conversa- tion between "Fish" Fowler and "Fish" Maddox over a cetain girl was realy serious. "Fish" Snively was the only one present at the time and as yet he has told nothing. But, we cannot believe that Jew was very serious, because it has been rumored that he and "fish" Welch met a couple of girls from T. W. C. You know the saying, "The bigger they are the harded they fall," -Well Jew says Welch we.nt clear under. Things are pretty quiet around here since Corpp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1930

>uK i,& ft ^ i< , > 4' ; V% s? ^Vev^ * 'i*\\. *- ,vV" '!■ \ «f> U v -i , i >' U - v t" 1 N 1 U W< vi/ ' >, r i wgag ^ 4 IT >K 9Ffr>^ yjm t./r^ EE W$$j ftfr'i . •:&' <r 1 ™>}rv- ■ ••". ■ -. ■• i '" :.!•■ . •'• • •" - A OS3 *r;r _ fcsJ... BEFORE DOING A WRONG A jT, ftEMEp BEE YOU ARE COMPELLED TO UVKWITH YOUR. MEMORY :~'mF ST*® .-*•<£ .5 t'itase£2fcl/Wy-* - " HA,.., ?£&<?. i *.^W3 ji, ."?• "«"• 1"< J ^TEPHENVILLE, TE^S^IffipW. JL930 ►"WBsKsJfcSr W 4 ' ' NUMBER 15 VOL. 10 ^MiiiiiifimiiiiyiE ~\ \ / 1 t'i i%t I f / < T ."A .".",4 * , 1 s f iL Jl«j> \j^\y \* K \\ s ^ v ' h *■ 4 > / ^ J . !■ ', W' . r.- ■ V/" ■!, -'.■+( — * i v, i > J -•j, 4 /-. PLOWBOY! -■ T>.';,',' ' The PIowboys resumed their; -old supremacy over A-C.C. in the two gaimisi „}ast .week. Ten years ago Tiirleto?! began a winning streak over, the Abilejie school, it was hot broken until last year, when the Wildcats took two consecutive games from the- Plowb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1930

$£: *'V |' ■,■}/.■ vl*'. \ :■ "M;-' . VVr : m ' Editor-iii-Qiiief-,1. Associate Editor- Feature Editor— Society Editor--..,: Exchangfe ;Editorl- . Literary Edijtor— Sports Editor News Editor-— EDITORIAL STAFF . Gottard Johnson > Robert .Parks Mopis W'ebh LaVere Neely —Elmer Pritehard Bert Gresham _..Doyle' Baldridge ..Lucille Brooks Faculty Adviser.. ' BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager!. . Assistant Business Manager.. .-Dollie Marie Glover : , • ■ ■ \ - : „D or sett Kismger L;_.„„Estell, Scott ■Wi ;/■: Rfemeniber^^is Suppose you are a hard worker; you work diligently; you strive until finally you reach that esteemed position for which : your ambition was set, 1 When you have reached such a pinnacle in your progress, there is one important thing to strive to up- hold. That thing can be,summed up in a* motto which is well worth remembering- .It would be well, to write ft down £inc! ' loot at it often. ' The motto is, "Tis Better to Retain than Ofc*- taiu," which means—if. you are rew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1930

-'^-"T^T'.r^v:'■:/'*,'v'Vv"T' " ■:''■ ''^_Tj:'^' "''r^T7^r' '-'V,'!A\; '".I. i:, -f;; ■!■-' ' '".' 'V"- A , •„,,{* Rffj ,lPi f 11 W'ff1 {r i ' ,' '' *V,« * /! . . " ' '). .'. ! , • ■•■ -l ;■ .v." 1 ■',■■ •'/"'<■ ,l V/.' /■ m\w/V '*/*« >A414 - / ! -v"."-' r v I ■; .v :■ , '. 'y {r-. . , ,.. "v.«: •'•■ ,!{: J}>.' ., ;',':;, ; i':S©;:' V '•> ::V ■' r . "; . - . /j:;-:) ;; '.j'-; v ViMiY-''' By Sammy Fun. ' If.the Plowboys continue, the iatyie of playipg: they'used on the' : Abilene. Christians, another state, - championship ia sure to be .the re- ; s«}t.. V;" 1 just to give out a little "informal, tion,; it might give enlightment to tell how to distinguish between the Cowan brothers, Sellman is .the - on^'with that cute curly hair.1 ; T}ie 'A.iG. C. Wildcats' used. 10 men in futile efforts to stop the dashing Plowboy's in the, second game. .Coach Wisdom: u^ed only 6 men in each game. / So far the Plowboys' only weak spot has been in their free pitches^ In the first game wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 18 January 1930

i . / ; ''' \ ; \'f; 's, •' , • '.V ; -'"-r • ,( ■ i. V „ ■ : s ,V'.' v: • ' " * I' w ' - A 1 ' \ "V^~ ' t> * i ttv.-r /;■ vj'- ■iy!" B any / . ■A':-1' \ "■ ■ ~\ ■ ': U 'r 'X' ' ■■ .' I V I : i'.! ■ t.tfH, ; i "V n ! ' ■ .1. For the past, six years'this com- : pany has made a name ip, Tarleton history by winning : every inter- company competition: during that ; time. 'This year as, the time for the first competition drill ap- proaches, we are going to call extra drills for the company at least three times a week. It would be gerat to have, every man out for every , drill. i know you can drill, and i know that B Company can Win the competition. When extra drills are called, every loyal B Com- pany man will be there every time. We must show the college, that we are as good.as the companies that have borne our name before lis- B Company forever.—Company Com- mander. MERIT TESTS COMPLETED Fern's. Golden' Syria, No. 428,839 a purebred Jersey cow in the John Tarleton Agricultural Colle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1930

.V "S . * % j v V' - f ■■■ V .' ■ >' <' -v': '-, . . mt- ■'• ■•■ '•stV''•.■•■:'; ' 0 ^ v y*3M* M i.-f P- TRUE HAPPINESS CONSISTS NOT IN THE MULTITUDE OF 'iF^lfeNiD'^.^UT!' 'IN' THEIR WORTH AND CHOIC^,r~^EN^ jdNSON. O :. im sjM NUMBER 16 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 25, 1980 VOL, 10, •H'-'i-J, PLOWBOYI The. Plowboys put up^ their greatest fight of the season against .the Oklahojna Baptist, Bisons,/but it was all in vain. Their more ex- perienced opponent? simply out classed them. ' Understand, vje do not say that the 0. Br U. players out .played the Tarleton boys. They did not do that, Nor did they show much general all-round superiority. They just made their efforts count for mpre; thari those : of the unexperi- enced Plowboys. We think a lot of the O. B. U. delegation, not' only forj their ex- cellent playing ability, but also for the cleanness of" the; game, which they play, Tjiey,fouled lrat Varjr 'ejigern&ss toigam; pip^essipn of the to eyen;!wh^,ihe foul' . tfre gpBUB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1930

rr^— •5" ;u'-" '■ I:. -■ >; A.v; i'.xi ' r. ■'■ ■ ^:y~~77y:?s=&&* ■ ■. ' '.■ . '• • "■ 1 ■ . . ' i • '• / ' • ' • y '• ^ ; .;■ . ■ • Questions 't' Answer ed ill this , IssueofJ-lfac EDITORIAL STAFF Edittfrtiif*Chief_— Associate* Editor- Feature Editor -„ Society Editor- Exchange Editor.. Literary Editor— Sport6*Editor...„ ' Kews Editor-—... Gottard Johnson Robert Parks —.—.Morris Webb —La Vere Neely .Elmer Pritchard Bert Gr'esiiam jJDoyle Baldridge Lucille Brooks FattUliy Adviser 1. BUSINESS STAFF ..Dollie Marie Gjoyer Bnsiiiess1 Manager,; Assistant Business Manager.. ..Dorsett ttisinger Estell* Scott ■v Welcome To New Students As the end of the first semester draws to a close our minds turn to the ,students who are leaving and to.those new students who are entering Tarleton at; the beginning of the second ■-semseteri ,>.- j,;} <" ,j\ The students who-are leaving have helped to make Tarle- ton the grand 'school that she is. We sincerely hope that they will re-enter ...

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