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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1930

i .Kisi.-,"-,-. U-'; \ u < PLQWBO YS LOSE TO BAPTIST BISONS (Continued'froni page 1)':: Max Timmons was high' point, man with 12 points to his credit. The Tarleton Cadets held by Book- out to one lonejy tally lor the en- tire duration of;.the game. S. Cowan and Stockton shared honors in looping the,basket with 6 points each to lead the 'scoring pf their team. The 5 final-count was Tarleton , 16, ; Oklahoma Baptists 29. \ If the Plowboys play with the same fight against Junior Colleges as (they have heen with Senior in- stitutions, they are -sure-' to be erowned conference champions at Paris, February 27, and 28. First Game ' TARLETON r, Player t'.G. F.P. T S. Cowan, .(F) 2 15 ^NV Cowan, (F) : Weaver, (F) Irwin, (C) , Rogers, (C) Stockton, (G); — Hamil, (G) 1 2 1 0. B. U. 7"- 6 '20 Player Timmons, (F) . Faudree, j(F) . Rathrock,' (F) . Bookout, (C) . Wallace, (C) Harris, (G) — Davis, (G) ___ McBrayer, (G) Dutton, (G) — F.G. F.P. T 3 2 5 1 2 6 1 5 2 12 2 2 2 Player 13 5 31 Second, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 25 January 1930

V« ■ ■ « 'v ' ' ■ i. ' ' A ■ —v" ' 1. *.■'••'' ; . "\y\ '.'~,i',T '. , ■ ■I'. v^""' iV,^ i".. , -. Carry On .When you'ro lonoSoDie and blue .And. ip^Jie^tecl too— . , . ndthWg,you do'seema rightj : .There's always a way' i a work qf in play i , 3 you,ii'rfaijr''Sghi".' 'S | ■ , ,■ When y'ou'ro away from home And the days seem long— 1 ' .Ajii heay^.ttje Ipad^you bear, v If determined you'll be 111 teethings that you see, '* : You'll earry the load nor care. Home people.cairgo through life And. never' suffer strife, , And ,|8Y0ryjt^i g? t^ey, ,do seeips g But if they could only see What life would really tm , , , . They'd carry the load if they could. Be proud that you have to work. Apd not one of your duties shirk. . Carry on with a; smiling face, And when all worldly affairs end ; At the judgment of men, You'll surely, deserve tlie first place. i—jiugh Garland. Jl A. ^herrill Watch and Clock Repairing' at Prices. You C&ri Afford Ask tJiSoldcOw.about V CLARK'S FEEU STORE McMahan ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1930

V £ C&1T&. ■ dm BE PLEASANT UNTIL TEN O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING, AND THE REJjT OF THE) DAY WILL TAKE CARE OF ITSELF. VOL. 10, STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1, 19S0 NUMBER 17 TARLETON DEFEATS HOWARD PAYNE THIRD STRAIGHT WIN PLOWBOYI "B" Company is to be compli- mented upon winning the competi- tion. They upheld their company's tradition and continued the streak of wins that has extended over the past several years. We believe that it "Was their1 company spirit which carried them to victory and not any great capacity for super- ior drill. "B" Company has real spirit! "A"'and "C" Companies are also to be complimented upon their showing iii the competition. The drill a3 a whole was excellent. There was a very small margin1 be- tween the scores of the three com-, paniea. We are extremely proud of all the companies, • Competition Is Won By "B" Company ' J "B" Company Retains Prized Ex- ■ cellent Banner For 6th Time Not enough spirit was shown at tjie la^t week. It is-true .that the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1930

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief—~. Associate Editor.. Feature' Editor— Society Editor.—1 Exchange ■ Editor- Literary Editors Sports Editor-,'— News Editor—: Gottard Johnson Robert Parka l—Morria Webb La Veie Neely .Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham Doyle Baldridge .Lucille Brooks t Faculty Adviser- BUSINESS STAFF ..Dollie Marie Glover Business Manager Assistant Easiness Manager.. Dorsett Kisinger _™_. „.EsteU Scott I Love Me In the. past the special editions of the J-Ta'c have been very good as a whole, but they all have "had one big mistake. Nat- urally being.,published by a special organization, these papers were inclined to be partial to that organization, but they went I even further than that. They become "I love me" issues, in- stead of real; "n^wsy" issues, * No article or column was com- plete without some mention of said organization. The staff qf 1929-30.. wishes-to advise the special staffs who will publish'the coming editions to notice this; fallacy of their predecessors, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1930

Snappy Sport Shots On Friday and Saturday, Janu- ' ary 31 and February 1, the Plowboy Oagers meet the team of Wichita Junior College the Tarleton gym nasium. This .will be the first game Of the season with a Junior cpllege; and if the Plowboys will sliow their usual brand of good basketball, the Indians will have a' hard time in their efforts for vietory. We will all be glad when Tarleton plays a team that they can get a big lead on so we can get,.acquainted ■with the rest of the team. Stockton acted as eaptaia in the game with Howard Payne. Very few freshmen have ever been eaptain of an athletic, team in Tarleton. Stock- ton will'be far above the average of athletes if he can take on the re- sponsibility of captainship and still not let.it go to his head , and at the same time keep up his usual type. of good playing. The band was well represented io the-boxing and wrestling matches on last Wednesday night, January 22, in the bout of Cromwell vs. ^Frey. The bout was a thriller from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 February 1930

BOXERS AND WRESTLERS ON EXHIBITION (Continued: frpm page X) been under the personal direction of Frances (Red) Hester, 'who has helped very much in developing a team of physical giants in an araa- tuer''boxing club, t There v/ere several individual fighters, who showed themselves as superior to their fellows by un- erring speed and accuracy in dodg- ing- and getting in beautiful kill- ing blows on. their opponents. One of the best bouts of the evening wa? between. "Cake" Wilson of'C" Company, and Mika of "A" Com- pany, Mika who is 160 pounds of bone arid muscle, was out pointed by Wilson, a 144-pound bundle of fire and. fight. Wilson seemed to be able to get out of the way pf everyone of Mika's slashing upper- cuts and get in telling blows every now and them himself. The feature of the evening's en- tertainment wa3 the battle royal, -where four clever heavy-weight fighters were placed in the ring and fought continuously until only one man was left standing, noth- ing was barred exce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1930

VOL. 10. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 8, 1930 NUMBER 18 PLOWBOYS DEFEAT WICHITA FALLS INDIANS IN TWO-GAME SERIES The John Tarleton Agricultural College Enrollment for This Year Exceeds One Thousand PLOWBOYI It was noticeable during the games with Wichita Palls that the yelling was usually in proportion to the scoring. The yelling should be good first, and the scoring will take caro of itself. The Indians came back with a de- termination to do some scalping dur- ing the second game. However, it has always been customary for the Red Man to be eventually defeated. ,4?heso Indians were not exceptions. We wonder if "Gabo" thought that ttie old spirit had waned I During his sojourn hero there was lots of action as well as words in connection witli attendance, yelling, and college spirit in general. There seems to be no set rule as to how On Ye Tarleton is to be Ten- (Continued on page 4) Seniors' Plans For Memorial Are Completed A WHITE WAY FOR MILITARY WALK PLANNED FOE THIS YEAR In past...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1930

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Feature Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor — Literary Editor Sports Editor News Editor Faculty Adviser i BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager .. Gottard Johnson Robert Parks Morris Webb La Vere Neely ! Before starling the work, the builder must be sure of eight helpers without which he would be lost. They are nouns, pronouns, verbs, ad- jectives, adverbs, interjections, conjunctions, and preposition. Divide your help into sections. If it is a three-sLory structure, let nouns and pronouns have charge of the first floor; verbs can easily handle the second; and for the third and most difficult floor the rest of your help should be used. After the structure is built, and you are ready for the decorating, you will never find belter aid than adjectives. He will be able to var- nish, paint, wax, or gloss to suit your taste. After you have finished and view with just pride your accomplish- ment, see if it will stand t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1930

PLOWBOYS DEFEAT WICHITA FALLS IN TWO-GAME SERIES (Continude from page one) and Pirtlo, all new men, saw action in tlie two games. First Game Tarleton E.G. P.P. T.P S. Cowan 1 1 3 Weaver - 3 1 7 Jj. Kldridgo Gilmoro E. Rogers 9 1 7 E. Eldridgo 1 O Gilliland .. . Stockton 3 1 7 Joe Rogers 1 2 Dean - — 1 Tamil 1 2 4 Pirtle Total --13 6 32 Wichita E.G. P.P. T.P. Blacklock 1 2 Brown .. 4 4 12 Anderson „ Dillard 2 4 Waggoner 1 1 R a i)i el - llobern Hindman Total— 7 5 19 Second Game Tarleton E.G. P.P. T.P. S. Cowan 4 8 Weaver .. 4 2 10 .Rogers, E, 4 2 10 Stockton _ 3 o 8 Ilamil - 1 2 Total ...16 6 38 Wichita E.G. P.P. T.P. Anderson 2 3 7 Waggoner 1 2 Dillard .. 1 1 Ramel - 1 1 Habern .. 1 1 3 Blacklock 6 1 13 Total 10 7 27 ! ! H H n H n H 11 i i SPORTS M H H H 11 ii ii New Coaching Class Is Formed By Wisdom COURSE DEALS IJT DEVELOP- MENT OF FOOTBALL PLAY- ERS AND COACHES The Annual Staff Gym Boys To Our Plowboys Of Tarleton The student body lias begun to wake up and find that thoy arc rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 8 February 1930

"TENTION" "TARLETONITES" YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHING YET DISE for Tarleton Boys and Girls. SEE OUR NEW SPRING MERCHAN- We Deliver — Phone 25 G.M. CARLTON BROS. &COMPANY FAKE WELL SOCIALS FOR MISS ATKINSON (Continude from page one) and Miss Glover 'with a luncheon at the Varsity. Miss Mahan ontcrtained Miss At- kinson and Miss Margaret "Walker with dinner Thursday in town. Thursday night Miss Glover and Miss Marrs entertained with bridge for Miss Atkinson at the * home of Miss Marrs, The following guests were pres- ent: Mesdamcs Woodward, Moody, and Love; Misses Atkinson, Mahan, Looney, Ferguson, Gough, Lewis, Lee, Hilswick, Margaret Walker, Mattio Walker, Jones, Marrs, and Glover. Miss Hilswick won high score prize and Miss Gough eut prize. The hostesses gave Miss Atkinson a Japanese tea set as a guest prize. Mrs. Moody and Miss Ferguson entertained with bridge Friday night at the Dormitory. Those pres- ent* were-Misses Atkinson, Looney, ' Mahan, Glover, Marrs, Hilswick, and Lee. Mis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1930

r^Ns VI - 7 t TIE ■■ a' ...v""'--* !> *> Ms 'The First ana Best Victory is to Conquer Self; To be Conquered by Self, of All Things, The Most Shameful and Vile. ^zmz V--..- ■{Vt""". VOLUME 10. STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 15, 1930 NUMBER 19 PLOWBOYS WIN TWO GAMES FROM THE GAINESVILLE TIGERS PLQWBOY! The honor rolls for the third re- port period and the first semester were rather large. Seventy-one names appeared on the semester honor roll while iifty-nine students made the honor roll of the third pre- liminary report. Two boys made the All-A honor roll for the first semester. It is very interesting to note that no girls aehioved this honor.. Tarleton students have been doing exceedingly good work this year. It appears that Tarleton is duo to have a liaiiner year, as the en- rollment has already tied the all- time record of 1011. ' " _ ' 0 ~ ~ Students, keep that ole spirit go- ing throughout the last few basket- ball games. The Plowboys will need it down the home stretch. .Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1930

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor- Feature Editor. Society Editor Exchange Editor.. Literary Editor Sports Editor News Editor Faculty Adviser - Gottard Johnson .... Robert Parks Morris Webb .—La Vere Neely Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham ..Doyle Baldridge Lucille Brooks BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager.. ...Dollie Marie Glover Dorsett Risinger ..Estell Scott Junior J-Tac Staff Editor-in-Chief George Rodgers Associate Editor Louise White Feature Editor William Coleman Society Editor Margaret Henderson Exchange Editor ! 7 Lois Moore Literary Editor Charles Friou Sports Editor : :.. Ray Sheppard News Editor Bonnie Mae Webb Faculty Adviser - J. E. Oliver Faculty Adviser..: ...Madge Yeager Only about one-fourth of the gym is filled when we have a basketball game, and when chapel is held there the building is praetically filled. Where is the other three-fourths? To you this is directed—we need every person in the college there, we need you to yell, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1930

Gym Boys "Readers of the gym boys col- umn, you have with you this even- ing the four famous musicians: Melodious Dan, Fiddlin' Wesley, High Tone Earl and Ivory Spank- ing Honk. Boys, make your bow. Mr. Rudder wishes to say a word before the recital begins. "I wish to say only a few words regarding our little recital. Most of our numbers were composed by , tlie player of that number, and is true to his life. Wo hope you en- joy our program. I thank you. "The first number on our pro- gram will be a little piano solo in which Mr. Irwin will 'spank the ivories' to the tune of, You Were no Teacher, But You Taught Me a Lesson. "I am surd you enjoyed Mr. Ir- win's number. By the way, ladies and gentlemen, two weeks ago this remarkable pianist could not strike a tune. He noticed an advertise- ment in one of the papers in which u gentleman became popular over night. lie quickly answered the advertisement and consequently learned to play the piano over night. > I "The next number on our p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 15 February 1930

f ' \ 1 r The Installation Of Officers; Reception Of Fine Arts Club Wednesday evening at 7 P. M. the Pino Avts Club met in the now Conservatory building for a short program and the installation of the following officers: President, Mary Mao Price} Vice-President, Elaine Townsend; Secretary-Treasurer, Has- lee] I Casey; 'Reporter, Mildred Brad- ley and the Advisory Board; Eliza- beth Zant, Mrs. J. E. Clayton, Bon- nie G, Busbec. After tlio installation of officers, Elizabeth Zant, Margaret Hender- son, Ilcttio Denton and Esther Dun- lap gave a choice selection of voeal and piano numbers. The club members were invited to . assemble in the recital hall of the conservatory where the remain- der of the evening was enjoyed by music and games, and delicious re- freshments of ice, cream and cake were served to the eighty members present.—Bcporter. PLOWS OYS WIN TWO FROM GAINESVILLE QUINTET DISTRICT ONE-ACT PLAY CONTEST TO BE HELD AT TARLETON (Continued from page one) years ago, and it is no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1930

ife ft ':cSSSgSSgIL^-i; ■m-rn;Tjm .T'IbIFb 11 ^fSjdE f &$Ncj. T * B w Wc^-. ' dir i ~'LBm --'< ^ffl' ky;,t±~"- '■ — -,^ ->\- ---V |" rfr/'-j b - r jjSifci-, ' &m,.:-"-'. "-VswiOy?'—•— V Sophomores ?mmm itgggz&^r VOLUME 10. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBEUAKY 22, 1930 NUMBER 20 PL0WB0YS SPLIT FOUR-GAME SERES WITH COYOTES PLOWBOY1 ■•itt in chapel the other day, it was very interesting how Dean Davis and Miss Gough disagreed about their influence upon Tarleton- stu- dents. Dean Davis argued that ho has more influence upon the boy students and Miss Gough argued that she has more influence upon tho girl students. The one who wins in this argument will bo determined by the next semester Honor Boll. PLAY CONTEST TO BE HELD HERE ON FHIDAY NIGHT Tarleton Players To Compete With Weatherford College In. One-Act Play Contest The Sophomore class lost their president at mid-term and Tull Gear- reald has been appointed to take his place. Wo regretted that our presi- dent had to leave, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1930

EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Feature Editor Society Editor - Exchange Editor Literary Editor Sports Editor News Editor- Faculty Adviser.. Gottard Johnson —. Robert Parks Morris Webb BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager- —La Vere Neely .-Elmer Pritchard — Bert Gresham Doyle Baldridge Lucille Brooks ....Dollie Marie Glover —Dorsett Risinger Estell Scott Loyalty Loyalty is one of the most-used words on the campuses of American colleges today. Probably also it might be clasped as one of the most- abused words in the college lingo. Loyalty is used to mean everything from the thrill which .one gets out of hearing his college song to the force which makes ai student want to do something grand and noble for the betterment of his school. Loyalty is the manifestation of your love and esteem for an institu- tion and all the things for which it stands. This is shown in the general attitude of the student toward his college and its activities. This in- c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1930

Big Basketball Tournament To Be Held At Paris The conference basketball titles will be settled at Paris, Texas, February 27, 28 and March 1. This tournament promises to be very interesting for all concerned. The junior colleges supposed to be there are Tarleton, Gainesville, Wichita Falls, Hillsboro and Grubbs. All these colleges are supposed to be represented there. There is a possibility of Tarleton playing Grubbs. It is not offi- cially known whether Grubbs will be there nor is it officially known that they will not be there. The games will be played "Round Rob- bin" style. That is Tarleton will play the ones everybody else does. This will make a total of six games for Tarleton to play. Coach Wis- dom is taking 15 men to the tour- nament. Tarleton will be well represented. Let's give those Plowboys all our support and a grand send off for we are expect- ing great things from them. f * M H ii H ii H ii 11 P n II H m h ii ii ii Just Off The Racket Tennis is getting to be a serious ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 22 February 1930

Miss Gough Gives Lecture • Tuesday, February 11, Hiss Gough lectured to the boys during the ses- sion of chapel at tho gymnasium. She took for her subject the Hershcy Chocolate Bar, and its home. It does not moan that tho subjoct could bo very easily lectured upon, but Miss Gough knew her subject. It would be useless to try to tell to you tho story that she told, for every word that she spoke would have to bo repeated to make it complete. It would be well to relate a few of tho statistics that were given for tho benefit of the girls who were at the time being, listening to Mr. Fer- guson in the new auditorium. 1,000,- 000 pounds of sugar are used daily along with 00,000 gallons of rich creamy milk and 1125,000 pounds of cocoa mass. Tho Hcrhsey factory covers fifty acres ol! ground and is located in Hersliey Chocolate Town, Pennsylvania. When the chapel session was over every body rushed to tho candy stand for a Hershcy bar. Miss Gough informs us that' she has been receiv- ing Hersli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 March 1930

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 March 1930

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