The J-TAC (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 25, 1926 Page: 1 of 4
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STEPHEN VILLE', TEXAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1926.
Beat Those N, T, A. C. Hornets
Plowboys Again Win From Wichita: Falls 34-0
CLUB HAS PICNIC
Wednesday evening, November 17,
the Commercial Club had a very de-
lightful time on a vveiner roast out at
the railroa dbridge north of town.
. Although it was a very cold night,
we soon had a big camp fire, as there-
were' sever sir iif the =di€w^d"~who " were
very good at finding wood. (Dutch
and Bob, for instance), and we began
roasting weiners and marshmallows.
After everyone had eaten all he
could, we then played "Alteration,"
and "Little White .House Over the
Hill" out in the corn patch until we
wore all tired out. Then w;e gathered
around the fire again and Mr. John
Oliver, our faculty adviser, and Miss
Grace Wicklins, each made a very in-
The Commercial Club is behind the
Plowboys and we're all going to be at
Arlington on Turkey Day to see you
"roll old Grubbsie in the sod!"
B. Y. P. U, PARTY
Last Friday night, November 19th,
the members of the L. C. Gayle B. Y,
P. U. were entertained at the home of
their president, Miss Lois Russell.
Many interesting games were played
and heartily-isrjloyed. It was decided
that each young man of the company1
needed a wife. In the choosing of them
some of the young ladies got several.
For further information see some one
When everyone was satisfied with
,hia,choice, delicious refreshments,, con-
sisting of hot chocolate and cake, were
served. As favors each guest received
an autumn leaf of gay colors tied with
At 10:15 o'clock the "good night
kisses, covered with chocolate, were
So, my dear reader, if you w;ant to
have some fun, just come and join the
L. C. Gayle B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 next
B. S. U. COUNCIL
The B. S. U, Council, the working
center of the Baptist students, has
The following is regulation uniform
for cadets at drill: ,
I. Hat, 0, D. shirt with black tie,
wool breeches, wrap or lace leggins,
.and dark brown shoes.
' 2. Hat, 0. D. shirt with black tie,
wool breeches, blouse, and wrap or
lace leggins.' Thiscase of cold
3, Full' dress.
Cadets will be disciplined for wear-
ing the following:
1. School uniform with, cap.
2. Cap, blouse, O. D. shirt.
3. , Non-award sweater.
4. Lace leggins with dress uniform.
Dress uniform will'be worn after
six p. m. every day when it becomes
necessary to leave the campus for a
trip to town, or to attend any func-
tion on the campus other than a recog-
nized club meeting.
The following is considered dress
uniform excepting Sundays and holi-
CONCEKNING THE EXES ,
W: O. Menifee, an ex-Tarletonite of
several years ago, is now head cashier
and bookkeeper for Morton Milling
Company, Dallas. He started work-
ing- for this compahy in 1925, as a
stenographer. He, has gradually work-
ed up to his present position. He has
promise of going even higher, in the
near future. W, 0. is married but we
do not know the name of the girl he
Bessie Lee Sears, battalion sponsor
of, Tarlctoi.l during 1924-.25, is now
Mrs. Hendrix (we do not know his
first name.) Her husband is an auto-
mobile salesman in Gordon,
Mrs. Ayers honored her son, Rich-
ard, with it dinner;party on Wednes-
day evening, Nov. 17, 1926. The oc-
casion was the celebration of Dick's
A color scheme of lavender and pink
was carried out in cut flowers,
chrysanthemums and roses, and in
A five course .turkey dinner was ser-
LOSES HARD GAME
TO THE PLOWBOYS
Friday of last week the Tarleton
Plowboys defeated the Wichita Falls
Junior College Indians on Hays Field
with a score of 34 to .0.
The Indians held the Plowboys
rather close the first half; however,
the Plowboys gained more ground and
made, more first downs. - It was costly
fumbles that held the Plowboys the
first half. In the last part of the sec-
ond quarter, Houghton made a sensa-
tional left end run for 46 yards and
the first touchdown. Immediately af-
ter that the ball was carried up to the
line and Houghton put it over the
goal. In the second half of the game
it seemed easy to break the Indians'
line at will, and time after time the
ball was put over, Marr dashing 26 .
yards at one time for a touchdown.
The second string gradually came in
and it was easy for them to-hold the
Indians. Tarleton did not pass to any
extent, while the Indians passed time
mmro&r repeats itself
ENJOYS BIG PICNIC
: The English department had a pic-
nic last Tuesday evening, and they
asked me, probably the most ungram-
matical person in school,- to write it
up for the perusal of curious eyes. It
all happened because- I couldn't tell
the "biggest story." Well, my opinion
is that no one could beat the stories
We feasted on broiled steaks, onions
(that's a secret), pickles, olives, cof-
fee, tomatoes, apples, and chocolate
The guests of this dignified picnic
were the "in-laws" of the department.
They were Frank Mahan, Lynn find
Gloria Woodward, and Clinton Glover.
The hostesses were Misses Mahan^ At-
kinson, Ellis, Glover, and Mrs. Wood-
Say, folks, did yoti ever take a
course in "New .Fordology?" Faye
Loveless says it is a wonderful course.
She has taken it seven years and says
it is getting more interesting all the
time, "We hope she will receive her
M.r.s. degree before seven more years
pass.—"Just a flower from the old
bouquet." , i ,
had several business meetings and has
completed its organization, with the
Kenneth Williams, President.
Inez Roberts, Vice President.
Mona Marie Graves, Second Vice
Maiid Bohannan, Auditor.
Elois Russell, Recording Secretary.
Joel Williams, Corresponding . Sec-
Homer Miller, Treasurer,
Mabeth Lawson, Pianist.
Carroll Dale, Choirster.
Arthur Kasner, Sunday School Re-
porter. , ,
Elizabeth Reed, School Reporter.
Miss McDonald, Faculty Adviser.
The purpose of this council is to de-
velop a religious atmosphere on the
campus, and to be of any help possible
to all students. They have, for some
time, been meeting eacfy morning from
7:40 to 7:55 in room 11 of the Home
Economics building to conduct a
morning watch. All students are in-
vited to meet witfi them in these meet-
Husband: "Knowest thou how
to bring uppe thy child?"
Wife: "Certainllie, sluggarde."
Husband: "Then gnappe to it.
Thy child is at the bottom on yon
1. A recognized award sweater, 0.
D. shirt, ,hat, long trousers, or breech-
es with wrap leggins.
Long trousers will not be worn at
drill. They may be worn with dress
uniform on Sundays,
Long trousers may be worn by
every one, subject to the regulations
listed above. This does not mean that
any or all cadets are required to have
long trousers. It does mean that if
you desire to you may wear long trou-
sers and wear them as above specified.
The trosuers must conform in cut to
the following' uniform regulations:
No cuff, 19-inch bottom, except in
cases where other dimensions are in
proportion—20-inch may be had.
The hat will be equipped with a reg-
ulation hat cord and chin strap. The
chin strap is to be worn at the' tip of
Web belts are regulation from now
on. These belts may be secured at the
Aledo, Texas, Nov. 12, 1926.--E. J.
Howell, John Tarleton Agricultural
College, Stephenville, Texas: Hurrah
for the Plowboys. Pour it on Grubbs
next.—J. E. McMurrey.
(Father of B. F, McMurrey.)
ved, after which the guests enjoyed
games of bridge and forty-two.
The guests of the occasion were
Mildred Howell, Lynn Woodward, Mae
O'Brien, Adeline Pannill, Frances
Oldham, Jack Hawkins, Wayne Kay,
Gordon Brandon; Frank Mahan, and
"It's never the chap who's ' licked
that's down, but the one who thinks
Some are whipped before they start
to fig-lit, for they have told themselves,
they haven't a chance to fight or win.
It's the fellow who takes the jabs
and itppcrcuts of fate and circumstanr
ces without whimpering; who gets up
as often as he finds, himself on the
floor; who may be licked but is going
to be the last man in the crowd to
admit it—he's the guy who'll win.
You can't whip him, and for just one
sufficient reason: You can't make him
admit he's1 whipped. .He's the boy
who'll pull through and .the one to put
your faith in and your money on.
Are we whipped before we go to
Grubbs? No indeed,, old army; let's
get high behind and be, one of those
unlickable bunch, • and come home on
the old "Ship of Championship," vic-
tors of the battle. Remember "to the;
victors belong the spoils."
and time again, only three of them
being completed. The Indians were
fast, but not quite as. heavy as our
This game was the last that several
of the Plowboys will ever play on
Hays Field; however, these men will
show* Grubbs how to play football on
Turkey Day at Grubbs.
Loekhart kicks off to 22-yard line.
Stevenson returns to 29-yard line.
Rougeley's pass incomplete. Tarleton
off-side. Harvey gets 2 yards through
center for first down. Rouge.ley's pass
incomplete. Stevenson makes six
yards at right end. Harvey fails to
gain at end. Stevenson punts to two
and one-half-yard line. No .return.
Williams makes nine and one-half
yards through center. Houghton
breaks through guard for eight yards
and first down. Roberts gains three
and one-half yards at guard. Will-
iams makes three yards at guard.
Wichita Falls off-side.' Marr makes
four yards and first down off guard.
Williams makes three yards at guard.
Roberts dashes through center for
eight yards and first down. Marr
races around right end for 18 yards
and first down. Williams . makes two
yards off guard, Houghton gaiijs
three yards off Jackie, Williams makes
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