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

■ ^ *<?r ■ r % \5i ■ ■ 1 ■ «• « „■ ■ • sf i p ... ■• '--'r . ■ 'J.' . i I :i V,' v " ■ ' ■: ,r- '•V " * ' _ ■ '"'■■i V- ' - v; Ba^efyaJlTd^h^ in Steph- envitle, Feb. 21-22 . .The basketball tpurn^inent of dis- 1 triet 9 was held between . .eight Schools' oil February ,21 and 22.', On Friday- evening .Jire^kenridge: w;on from Steph^nville J8-13. Cisco won from Tjjmn 37-18. ■-W:'^ ;' .. pn Friday night EreckeBiidge won- - : from .'Cisco; 26-15. Step'heijyille „jyon from. Lipan 34-15. >, ; • : , The .winners of .Fridayfs,-sganies. were supposed to play dis- ; triet champipnship, Saturday; ljut duo to, Cisco's forfeiting their game i Jo Stephenville and T/tpan's forfeiting th.eir game to Breckeuridge Breck- enridgv . was winner of District 9. >, ■ r if."' Gym Boys Can you imagine a .Gym Boys' cplumnVwithput slander?'Neither can ,- we; But'.h'ere goes one.tiiat "will b.'e, free from all malice. I< f orone, be- lieve that tW , eelumn.v should, be free, fromr slander! Spine of ...

Publication Title: J-Tac, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 1 March 1930

" y -i ,f C H1 V 1 * *V \ f Ti^^r y* ', i - 44^ ^Tr ;,-V'J ^•V-' '■ ■■■!&';*!!,'•; .. -a i. '•• •)".• . •' ..." '.i ! Passing In Review By Corporal Punishment < The jui^w pa^des, aro, -good; training ,becaM0,''a'':4iJlergS.t .^Pfoc'edure; jnuH be .^6^6 thrfjugli with each- tijne.,'';' ,' . J.ieut. McNeill seems to have be- come ^^^gd,>ov«grnlglit.. ,-The that he shows; a£:, all • t>ui^ye.$pe<$a;lly,.' i plas^g',; is'-re,- ,f.-,v;.'v '• ^11'■ ' '■' v';\v„r '■■■ "Uu&e,x, :tlj'ej apreadiiigi: chestnut Wliil e1t ryijig to j^lyj e' an ^rmy' mule-^. He -aeypr' shpoeci the /lies!".,>:.. i <■ 'h^ye: f hbyfqlip,wing; from < our English -talks :• (with one! another): A' vertaia' cullud: pvt?, lrel/:^s,'-5ra]jcr' ing post in France,; (a Very vague Btjietment).jHe was ii sentry for an American reg^enfc,and; vf^s. gird- ing a road (not a h^rd., ^urlaced one).'A dark form,' jn .^aet seyeial dark forms, approau!i. jrlte ^hallenge, ''Hawlt! |! '; Who'^ia tha*?'y rings o...

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

"X COACH W. J. WISDOM CAPT. HARRY BAKER VOLUME 10 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 8, 1930 NUMBER 22 TARLETON WINS CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP IN BASKETBALL Senior Class Takes First Place in Grassburr Subscription Contest PLOWBOYI Listen 'an IIOW! We've got something to tell you. We have a state champoinship basketball team and we're telling the world we are proud of it. It took fight and endurance to win five straight games from that strong opposition. Arkansas will be easy next year. Grades go in on the fifteenth of this' month. "Listen Plowboy," has always worked toward better grades. "El Toro," This Week ? ? (of ^tlie "Yellow Jacket,") and Any snifl Everything aay very little about grades. "A" • Company is a real Plowboy -company. Athletes are making good soldiers this year. Look at Corporal Eldridge. Oh, Boy! When the fifteenth of March comes along, and we g«t in those Jig-lit weight shirts. One of the cadet officers may think that the cotton shirts or*'n't military but they certainly wi...

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

V EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Gottard Johnson Associate Editor — Robert Parks Feature Editor Morris Webb Society Editor La Vere Neely Exchange Editor Elmer Pritchard Literary Editor Bert Gresham Sports Editor i. Doyle Baldridge News Editor Lucille Brooks Faculty Adviser Dollie Marie Glover BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Dorsett Risinger Assistant Business Manager Estell Scott COMPANY "A" STAFF editorial staff Editor-in-Chief Robert Maddox ) El wood Hammett Darrell Smith Associate Editor J- D. Craven Sports Editor Earl Rudder Assistant Sports Editor Forest Eldridge News Editor Tom Welch Society Editor Maggie Dubose 1 Edward Donnell Jack Hooker , Advisers Mrs. G. E. Woodward, Capt. Harry Baker business staff Business Manager Marvin Kay Assistant Business Manager James McKay Assistant Business Manager J. C. Elam Assistant Business Manager Stanley Decker KHAKI SHIRTS The Cadet Corps cheered as the corps voted unanimously to wear khaki shirts after the fifteenth of March. They had a...

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

> V College Calendar Looking- Backward Feb. 28—Oklahoma Club threw a party. Hood County Club got together for the second time and enjoyed a "jig." One of those sec- ond battalion "mobs" had privi- leges, Hear it was the artillery or "B." March 1—Ken Maynard per- forms for the cadets and co-eds. March 2—The Videttes get reli- gious. March 3—"C" Company backs out and does not have a party. Cowboys make "whoopee." March 4—Hired Hand Club cele- brates. Mareli 5—Officers have semester social at lake. Privates go to show. March 6—-"A" Company J Tac pleases world. Looking Forward March 7—P.-T. A. Play at high school. Howell performs, Oklaho- ma party. March 11—Free lecture by Eben G. Fine. "Traveling Thru the Rockies." Mareh 13—Lyceum. A play en- titled "A Marriage of Conveni- ence." March 14—Ditto, "The Rivals." March 15—Find out for your- self. We are thru. SPORTS i i I! n H n H HEY, FELLOWS! I HAVE AN EXTRA PORTABLE Someone can buy a real value in it from R. A. WELCH Care Carlton Bro...

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

V Can You Imagine A girl by the name of Imogene. Captain Baker giving an easy exam? Major Johnson not sitting in the balcony at the picture sho-w. The cause of Manuel black eye? Aunt Lucy giving a permit to miss drill without asking a few questions? A freshman team winning State Championship? Miss Rutherford smiling? Mr. Garrett speaking English to the Spanish students? Neither can we! PERRY BROS. Headquarters for Stu- dent Supplies South Side Square Tuff Alley Office phone 423 Eea. phone 419 DR. J. S. NUTT DENTIST—X-KAY Special Attention Given Oral Prophylaxis and Treating Pyorrhea Office over A. & P. Store Stephenville, Texas Hey, Yoy Plowboys! X liavo that service car that you need. C. E. (Snoozy) STANFORD Ride The Bus SAVE TIME Convenient Economics* W. D. SNOW Proprietor Radio Electric Shop Latest Hits in Victor Records West Washington Phone 251 Fall In and See TJs, Plowboys! Let Us Do Your Barber Work McMahan & Holley Dr. A. 0. Cragwal! Office Phones 213 and 8 Residence...

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

€ f It i'id I EB^ES VT'T' ^jBrtrBEP^.. 'An fwEES !-4lJi>^- / /- Mlpx M M $ ♦ Mvv'" '■■ K# sitasfri rr£jJ •?*'-''/''//■ '"- ' *. -4 A A v'■ '-^0± eMr/:&~' W-f^r -LI1, 7^r~ • Fp /W THINGS ARE IMPOSSIBLE TO DILIGENCE AND SKILL Samuel Johnson kismSsz* N N ■-;%'^ir -C?,.,f" ■ Y Sten VOLUME 10 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 15, 1930 NUMBER 23 CLASSES ELECT CANDIDATES FOR ANNUAL POPULARITY CONTEST PLOWBQYI «B" Company is for bigger and hotter gold basketballs for those fighting freshmen. Let's all "jar loose" and show them how much we appreciate them. The growth of grass is being en- couragcd on the campus. We wonder if "wild oats" wouldn't bo easier grown. "B" Company has a liberal share of the athletes. Wateli the purple "TV bloom out- in the company. Some of tho clash men in the try- outs last Saturday reached the con- clusion that Bed Gilliland has a very beautiful pair of heels. Personally, wo think that Red is "the berries." Watch out, Leland! All of that arck team is there witli ...

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

Resume of Captains Of "B" Company EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor Feature Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor.... Literary Editor Sports Editor News Editor Faculty Adviser.— Gottard Johnson Robert Parks Estell Scott Morris Webb _...La Vere Neely ..Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham -Doyle Baldridge Lucille Brooks BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager.. ..Dollie Marie Glover .--Dorsett Risinger "B" COMPANY STAFF Editor-in-Chief ..... Associate Editor. Feature Editor ... Exchange Editor . Literary Editor Sports Editor News Editor Faculty Adviser Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Carl Nance Hugh Bennett _.Wra. X,ee Young J... Parker Woodul Austin Giesecke Vernon Stockton H. F. McNeil Elizabeth Toomey Ellis Cole loyd Dixon WAR AND PEACE There are those who are inclined to laugh and scoff at our war veterans who advocate preparations for war in time of peace. "Civics" accuse them of wanting to start a war because they do not know that even a hard shelled...

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

To Company UB" Here's to the men of Company "B"; The company we all love so well. The company that fights for the purple anil white; To show their love and devotion; We can always drill and can wo yell? Oh! man, such a commotion; Are we going to keep that banner "buddies"? The banner we have fought for so hard; To fly from our guidon so proudly; Like a thing that is not to bo marred. "When we think of these days in the future; After our school days are o'er; Wo will think of our "pals" of yore; How they fought for a company So grand. So come on "buddies" it won't bo long; Till we hear the filial gong. Just keep up the fight with all your might ; And nothing will then go wrong. —Gordon Pearce. March 4, 1930—-General Order No. 1. Hereafter the Officer of the Day will inspect the rifle racks at 0:30 p. m. each day for rifles that aro left- in them, if any are found they will be turned in at the Armory. In the last few weeks there has been two (2) rides lost. These rifles wore left in t...

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

Glee Clubs To Make Trips Tlx© Boys Glee club will give a program at the Bluff Dale High School Tuesday evening, March 11. This will be their first trip, and they are expecting the outcome to bs some more trips. They have been rehearsing their program for several weeks, and if practice counts anything tlicy should be fair- 1 y good. The Girls Glee club will give a program at Bangor Wednesday ev- ening of this week. We do not know so much about their club, but from what we hear when they prac- tice they are all right. IIIIS SI 11 II ii a a SOCIETY is a a a ii liiSlillli ii a a a a i PERRY BROS. Headquarters lor Stu- dent Supplies South Side Square Fine Arts Club O. W. L. S. On Wednesday evening, March 5 ( 0n Saturday afternoon at five at 7:30 p. m. the Fine Arts Club 0>ci0ck the 0. W. h. S. and their met at their regular meeting place g0<>Bts met in front of the dormitory in the basement of the new auditor- V/ent out to the country club ium. A splendid program consisting for ...

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

"C" COMPANY COOl), HKTTER, BEST, NLVKK I-I I IT IIEST UNTO. THK GOOD IS BETTKR AND TITK BETTKIl IS HEST POLITENESS IS TO GOODNESS WHA T WORDS ARE TO THOUGHT, - Joubcil. COMPANY VOLUME 10 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, MARCH 2Si, 1SH0 NUMBER 24 PLiOWBOYl *Mla What do we I hi nk of thai little oV trai k (oam by now( hnh? II ueems tli.tt thi* boys brought liomfl their Rhuro < f cups It is well thai the Learn has as many fTPshmtn as il does bei'iuse one of tin cupR ia not a permanent possession' With tliJS year's fiali *>n next \ ear's (wm, thr possession of that cup ik prac- tically a ouch With the number of candidates that wfi liine for the tonmu team, we should be represented for tho cur rent HraflOii by one of the strnngeRt combmationR v\lt assembled to fifth t for the Purple and tho White The buys in tho nc cream pants tan be sern ally hour of the day. out back of the gj. til, .upankmg those white balls around the ol' fish avmo The mprnbers of the golf team are going lo du things in tl...

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

—1- EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Assistant Editor Feature Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor Literary Editor Sports Editor News Editor Faeutty Adviser Business Manager.. GuUurd Johnson Robert Parka TCntull Scott Morris Webb BUSINESS STAFF La Vere Neely Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham Doyle Bflldridge Lucille Brooks Do) I i« Marie Glover _ Porsett Risinger "C" COMPANY STAFF Edltor-lu Cliicf Associate Editor Assistant Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor . . Assistant Exchange Editor literary Editor Sports Editor . . News Editor Faculty Advisers ■Bnniness Manager Assistant Business Managers j Milton Speckles Harvey A. Smltli Charles FriOU Maxlno Price D. II, flxoiindrt Forsythe G, W. Eolierson Otis Lamer Tlmrman Smith Mins M. Marrs, Mr. A. A. McSweeny Thomas Lewia Walter Wells, Ctoorge Eubauks TIITNK Tile dripping of ivatci will wrar away a slone; the peisistrnt effort of a liny'root will split a houlilei; but neiilier of these acrumplitih- menls are the lesult of...

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

An Oklahoma College Uses J-Tac as Model The stacbnts of John Taik* n Agrn idtuial ''uHf-fM.) w^ie pumd to heir the. otheL 11 - • v 1liil em of a L y student ir>T F< of tljiR vpjtj the J-Tae, w ih being ua>ul ui tui Uk bllioma College fi i womio), 'js a model in leaehing u eki*a in pun naliRm, Thu J-Tuc Bt'Ltr had hoiked haul this year and most of the time againat great odds Part of the time it haft been iiecess try for thorn to work fai nkto the night ui order to put out a papei which would portfay the aetiviLieti of our eolk*ge lif":'* Sometimes it wis neceaRary for theni to negleefr iliur studies to woik on the paper, for whuh they ree en ed nolhmg Ijut the privileges of serv- mg the Rtudents of their college- Tin. staff is very proud that this much recognition has < omo their way They also tlinnk all thy Stu- dents who have helped thorn out with tliLii work. A few of them have worked faithfully with the stiff, and to them goes part of the honor. H Mr. Garrett Judges H...

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

~\ DR. W. D. TURNER Eyosight Epwcialiat DIFFICULT OASES SOUOITED When Others Fail Sue Me Office ovut StepKftnviflfl fttate Bank DR. S. D. NAYLOR Office 130 Residence 80 Complete Protection Ellis Insurance Co. Armstrong - White 1)RY CLEANERS Where the Cullcife Students Trade Phone 254 Rentum U Driveum Forda and Chevrolets Special Rales at Rock Barn Garage South Belknap Grundy Fenner, Phone 7 PERRY BROS. Headquarters for Stu- dent Supplies South Side Square Qffic« pbofii It" nhone 41# DR. J, & NUTT DENTIST—X-RAY Spr?t l Attention Given Oral FrophyJaxto and Trwtimf Pyorrhea Offica over A.. & P Stor# fttephenvll]*,. TVku He ys Yoy Plowboys! X have that rbtviru car tbu.t you liood. C. E. (Snoopy) STANFORD Ride The Bus SAVE TIME Convenient Economic*. ~ W. D. SNOW Proprietor Radio Electric Shop Latest Hits in Victor Records W>Ht Washington rhoiiu 251 Sharps and Flats A lvinri mail as AU Tarleton Boy. Congratulations, Diutti-Mujor. Taileton is bound to ha\e another hampioiiahip t...

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

'i' ■ ■■ . ; . ..Jv ■yr,:' ^Ul^Y IS FRA^TjC; CORD WOOD HAS PLAYED OUT 1 ' KISSES ARE KISSES—SOMETIME '.' jr :!/.--- / BUT A FOOL' IS A FOOL—ALL TIME "vOLUME • 10. ,.. • ... / STEPHENVILLE, TEXA,S,APRIL 1, 1030 ■ NUMBER 26 POINTER,.TERRY, AND HALBRQOKS Tha ^^shin^ Grocery>nd Market ; • : We Serve Siuisbiiie tliat iis not Second Handed, __■'. -■ X_i ' . - gOMB IN AND BTJY OUR COWS, Of All The Joints on the Face of the ^ the ^ttenest.and Offer/Less" Wortk y v^or JRelp We Use Dumbells from .: John's School. ; Tjfo-^te^',We Can "Wish. Yo^t is V Happy AprilTooI ; OUR ENTIHE STOCK BVBNED UP AT "BED HOT ':v;v--p^Ti:Ci^lt6nBrofc Go. Phone 25 ' steplieiiville, Texas We Deliver 7 Underwear LET USPRESS YOUR HAIR. We, Guara&tee to Scrub, Buj^ or Destroy all of Your plqthes in j : ,'* '■ Two Trials. V( P. S. We don't want your business THE COLLEGE TAILORS College Barber Shop, We're close and convenient; om* work's no good; we'don't claim 'to be b arbors. Come in and play a game of checkers...

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

T' 'v|. h'' '-7'1 ' s'1 : t. ,'?V '■/ I- ■' :-i-~ : > . /'V': :x r. !■- ' -<■ i' , 1 EDITORIAL STAFF , . > ^ V', s BigBifty;;^>'*9y: y -y y■ . y,. ^-GoWanl;-Johnson* ^ 'v ^■^ RoEe'rt Parks --^■'i;./■ Ksn.ll Snotf Just-a-Bit V; . Little Bit—r—„ -■; Docility ;;,yy;' y :,y ;; Brace-'n-Bit. •; Bridle Bit— __.Morris Webb _ La Yere Neely 1,. ■: ^'"pr Pritphard ,;'Beit Or^am TitBif ,.Doyle Bajdridge "' 1 '• $ 'uh* ' ■'w ' ° Two'Bit_ ——, i—JDorsett Risiriger IF YOU' M MEMBER J^TacJ staff, Wouldn't ypu look for& Wotil(Jn't- you; get-aJxeek 6f;a lot of We kiipwr that you tyoulcl. : You isrduid and certain. And: believe} rtie. / ■/ / ■ you ..tit&fyii *e?Uy5 get a of tH£se biglie&ups stated- It would • ■ tickleypube your gPaly Ybu ; would Jauglij laugH some more at everyone, \ytop was not "broic?: , p^n|ded ejiough to ti&§^eir dirty digs and kno(|&; You wpiild revise .tVp^0P-^^'.9^^P^^UoiW''iWd--«fe^oti9nB^'elect'.| ew:;|a^ul^r' mea^jers, and iribst qif SU,: $oq;...

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

'. Cawie ,<!►!?''• .' 1;/.., '..;.; ■■■■>',[,: Office^of the Bbgistrar::',,"'■,<A;-, ;'■ •;| ' To tie J5ein: >. •£., ',.,>. ,'r.; «•. 'Thefpltowihg■ students have made; ; the requiredgjades 'an<l are . entitled for tiifl) . pi the eleventh semester: . ''.T,;'J;'- Melton. '■"■ '..Rij'j.. 'Blair.; V : A-f . ij.^^gnbn, / : Gijes H; MadWy!.^:; .."'"'p f>5,; .>'.•!. ••Pete'rDa^dadii. *-;'f i'^v' I Bay.Morga'n. ■ ',-.' 'A'^ \\,.rV i . Foster Mil.ler. "■■■ ,,-vM Chester'Tiyex;'-■;■■:;■,■ 4 , IWe:;P£I0jw 'Kftliey-:-.,•. %\ ; Faye Siiillh,- ■'•, . ■.v '[:A:'[\'-'y( Garret.Alexander. < M. W. Paggi ''v'S . Julia^ration,;-7;'>./. ;Vi ; Margaret ;BenAeiSloiii ;'■■/ Ai-: ; k' Louise Tate. v . ;'.■*> "■ ., '■' " v: ' 0.1ive ;Euth Cox. ':.*.; ,}■;*: ■■' :', ■/"■( ' Eleanor Martin. ,Wfyj^AgiiL-.•;/j.,'' •. GlonVBlaeKshear.;, ! ;■ •..."■]■' ,j. fy'Wvi&vetiti.y. '• .'•'•• William Sansing. ; Ruth'.Woodrow, • " ■'••• | Barney Howell. •'•' ,' /r'. ■ .;,' ■:' ' Bespect...

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

• V ' 7 . V'. ■ ■V :-"C' ' r "V ^ •' f- -i : v I'.i ' 1 ' '■ ■ / ; i ; i-:. j \ ■ ' , 1 ' - Pwfit^ooklfyvised ' 'V. - "'W7'7< . " . '■ .-,. - jM" '/ ' " , ' !,„v7 Tlie, applicant for admission jinwt be old enough, to know how tp ob- ■ tain suction. Ho must have an excel- lent line of Bull, for this is netfos- ,'"sary' tp? p fs- ;(1' -> The student's gradoin any subject shall be" one of the sis grades: A, B, 0,1), IS, airt'LK. The A's are. for. the 'best Wisecracks !in ,classy The- ,K'8| •. wiiibh: can/be' made up,' of rc'6'urSe, are 7?or t do >r'-: the j '8$ude,ht£f-'vtbat /the . teachers > not like. -'".r-'' "'v^ ■' f' 'The grades will nut be. posted',,aa 7in, .tlie ; piisti';, i>ecahse'- .the ..excellent graded made' ~ffy-. Freshmen cause them: to ^take1- ah'' interest 7in'* ;their' work. InteifesiTi'n .social life.'.mi'ght ia'continued. '/ - Mxaaiiuaticms' will be given in the..gentle art of "4;.'' Through'/the . influence" .pi'- "Hoot"' Gilii?pn those tests are ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 April 1930

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 12 April 1930

THE J-TAC EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor : Assistant Editor - ... Feature Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor Literary Editor Sports Editor News Editor- Lucille Brooks Faculty Adviser Dollie Marie Glover Gottard Johnson Kobert Parks Bstell Scott Morris Webb La Vere Neely ..Elmer Pritchard Bert Gresham ...Doyle Baldridge BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager.. ..Dorsett Risinger EDITORIAL STAFF Editor.. Melvin Asberry Assistant Editor.. Lewis McGregor Associate Editor. Milton Speckles Associate Editor _ Jim R. Wright Society Editor Mabel Boone Exchange Editor Gebhard Martin Assisaitnt Exchange Editor Milton Williams Literary Editor Otis Larner News Editor ■_ ; Archie Sherrad Military Editor.... .Leon Stinson Faculty Edviser 1 ' Mr. Howell Faculty Adviser.......".. ... Miss Hennigan BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager. ... * Robert Fuller Assistant Business Manager... : 1.. Lee Booths Assistant Business Manager. Paul Roney A FIELD MESSAGE On this little dispatch we have atte...

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