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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1934

V ?S31kv raio Mm VOL. XXI. No. 2. YELLOW Blakk Starts Pep Rallies Tuesday The first pep rally of the season was held Tuesday night with Lloyd Blalock who was elected yell leader after the resignation of Edmund Gaines as master of ceremonies. He was ably assisted by Elton Greenlee and Slime Dick Smith. There was a great deal of spirit manifest by the students as this was the first time that they had had an opportunity to give way to their feelings. Miss An- nie Shelton assistant Coach Keaton and Freshman Coach Hale made pep speeches. All of the varsity football men were introduced to the students and the fish pep squad put on a stunt perform- ance. Marcus Murphy last year's yell leader was present and showed the boys how the locomotive should be done. All of those present' were urged to come back Wednesday night to give the boys a big send-off to San Marcos. Life Service Band Elects Tho Life Service Band held their first meeting of the school year Mon- day night of last week. The ent...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1934

; ' .M 1' '1 f...i! mt i fin- W4 & ; sie tf- ffA. W w: K&ti MV. IP Ski fe mLu MMT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. KW&mmmvi-'ti SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 UK P? Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Ray Doyle and Lindsey Dublin Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager ABOUT A SPECIAL Students let's back that football team to the extent of not only attendng the home games but go to the out-of-town games if at all possible. There are only two or three cars going to San Marcos today. Although it is not a Conference game it is one of the hardest games we have this season. Now that St...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1934

Sports Hobnob By Bob Well the Jackets are off again. Here's hoping It's to the next cham- pionship of the Texas Conference. They tangle with those tough boys from San Marcos and believe you me they're plenty tough. However the Jackets should win and if they play as they have been taught to play by the best two coaches in the world they will win with ease. No college university of profes- sional team could wish for a better pair of coaches than we the students of Howard Payne College possess. They are not only ttoe best coaches in the world but they are men that we all love and respect because of their friendliness and outstanding personality. Talking of coaches the slimes have one in Coach Hale that is hard to beat. He is liked by all that know him and he really knows his football. If you don't believe it why do you think that fourteen of the twenty- four men that made the trip to San Marcos are just sophomores? Looks as though they had a little coaching last year don't it? Looks as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 September 1934

&H2 -(" at Kf$ if o New Fall Showing Men's Swing-Back $15.95 - $19.75 $22.50 Newest Fall patterns with the new swing back coats In the new browns and dark greys in single and double breasted models. PACKARD SHOES MAKING FRIENDS The finest fitting Shoe in town for the money. 95 Blacks Tans - Suedes All sizes in all widths ICONOMY STORE m Gus J. Rosenberg L Keep Brownwood money in Brownwood patronize your independent merch- ant . . He pays the taxes to support your schools and churches. THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday and aSturday Sept. 28 29 "Little Man What Now?" This is the first picture in which Margaret Sullavan has starred and she really shows herself to b ean act- ress of unlimited ability. She is sup- ported by Doublas Montgomery Alan Hale Fred Kohler Mae Marsh and others. The action of the entire picture takes place in Germany and the un- usual architecture of many of the buildings is said to lend a very defi- nite charm to the story. One massive "set" is three blocks long ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 October 1934

YELLO ACKET a fOL. XXI. No. 3. ACKETS ackets Take Season's Opener 1 COMES ON BLOCKED KICK; 'n Ma I I IM I Kj I MJ II I m ri mm runui i. S3 45 W A fast and hard fighting Howard $ayne football team made and took !&lie breaks Friday night to defeat the ifean Marcos Bobcats 4 to 0. The liu.ickets scored safeties in the second ir'inri third minrters nfter backine the &JJobcats under their own goal one of Axhe saftles was made from a fumble i'rend the other from a blocked kick. M The Jackets offered several serious touchdown threats but were never stable to get over that last white line '$ for a touchdown. The Bobcats never seriously threatened the visiting team xnd most of the hard fought battle 3as waged in San Marcos' territory. I (oth teams resorted to a punting tame this being due to the dampness f the field that made ball carrying ;Jazardous. First Safety of Game The first Jacket scoring threat came Jwn the second quarter when Archer 4ivtni uiuuuu iii uwu ugui. ciiu iui u Mm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 October 1934

I m m. -......... mmmmmmmM M Mtk If Your Eyes Tire When You Studv I yello ACKO vu oiivuiu on an OPTOMETRIST Dr. Mollie W. Armstrong 402 Center Ave. NOTHING HELP8 YOUR LOOKS MORE THAN A GOOD HAIRCUT Pete Anderson's Barber Shop Southern Hotel Building Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 r fc; iT m W-M nr-'i m m If i ifl Ai iif" I B a. N i ' YW tK' T 5$ f4 Ml a?? f;1 1 : ? ' i' $ p:i m ti I I m m foil. AM iTSt Iff I Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. r' BUSY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN! ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Ray Doyle and Lindsey Dublin Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager HAS THE DEPRESSION H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 October 1934

u i YELLOW JACKET8 I am still serving Sandwiches and Hamburgers and I have a nice line of Cold Candies Fruits Cold Drinks and Tobacco. Your patronage solicited. Across the Campus on Fisk Avenue MRS. G. A. CLEMENT Mgr. THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday and Saturday October 5-6. Chained." Joan Crawford and Clark Gable are together again this time in one of the lost powerful dramatic vehicles of the year. The picture directed by Clarence Brown entitled "Chained." special Mctro-Goldwyn-Mayer pro duction it is lavishly mounted and painstakingly produced. The swift- loving story following the new trend vas especially written for the screen by Edgar Selwyn and adapted by John cc Mahin. The supporting cast is exceptional vith Otto Kruger Stuart Erwin Una fO'Connor and Marjorlc Gateson prom inently cast. But chief honors go to 5 the co-stars who make living char- meters out of their separate roles and 'Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in "Chained" weave a deep-hued tapestry of the A poignant romanc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 October 1934

m m lFV in $ n m i A1 ' 1 CT n M !$ & H fc'lt 111 i j Ai !-n 1A &1 .'ill I- rf .1 sW $tf Sw $ I BEAT TRINITY BETTIS and GIBBS Headquarters for College Girls Clothes J Drink Nehi! THE BRAIN STORM Wc hear that those Trinity Tigers arc really working hard to win that game from the Jackets Friday night. We may be In for a surprise but they will have to show more than they did In their game with the Weatherford College Coyotes. They won from the Coyotes by one touchdown. J. G. TAYLOR BARBER SHOP For the Best Hair Cuts to be obtained Prices Right 901 Austin Avenue ifesfeL i -' ImSh?? f - rsss. i ' wv&sarj . i i mm '-. PAR Sports Hobnob By Bob Well the Jackets won another from the Bobcats. The San Marcos are be- ginning to believe that Howaid Payne put's out some mighty good teams. The two teams have played for many years and with the exception of two tics and one loss the Jackets have emeiged from the tangle victorious. However somc of the boys say that they weic lucky to win ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 October 1934

YELLO ACKET VOL. XXI. No. 4. JACKETS SMOTHER JUNIOR COLLEGE CHAMPIONS TO PLAY JACKETS HERE FRIDAY THE BRAIN STORM Our wind swept desert of gray mat- ter is slightly becalmed today but after such a hurricane of hideous ideas as we had last week you can hardly expect much. There is one thing preying on our mind very heav- ilv this week and that is about' the ft outcome of that game tomorrow night. vranx snugea uua uiie ui ouuugcoi if not the strongest junior college teams in Texas. Texas Military Col- lege won the championship of the Tex- as Junior College conference last' year and will be strong again this year. "Nig" McCarver is assistant coach of the T. M. C. boys and will do every thing in his power to show up the old Alma Mater Friday night. 0 Some of the faculty members have fl come around to me and expressed m their appreciation for the fact that ff the amateur sign painters Thursday 'A night painted the streets white and tne A&l A. 1 1...1 .La. ulfwilnAfl fm fS town reu uu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 October 1934

ft 9 ft ft & n ii 5 1 hj rcl fl $ ft! m I if MM 1 a m 41 ti Ij'J u i 2 IKS 2 i it mio ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 &L Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Ray Doyle and Lindsey Dublin Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager ishness below your dignity Freshman Beard Heatherly Cadenbead etc.? That's not being very good sports you know. Slime Eskew is rather bewildered by college life. He was heard to ask "Are they all in love or do they just act that way all the time." You'll learn son you'll learn. Would you have believed that Beryl Kyzar could c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 October 1934

YELLOW JACKETS We are still serving Hamburgers and Sandwiches also we have a nice line of Cold Drinks and Cold Candies. Your Patronage Solicited THE LINDBERG Mrs. G. A. Clements Across Fisk from Campus THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Thursday Friday Saturday Octo ber 11 12 13 Will Rogers In "Judge Priest." According to all advance reports the film gives Will the finest and most human role of all those he has played on the screen. Preview audiences In Hollywood and New York have hailed it as the most notable of all Rogers' gallery of American characters and there seems little doubt that It will register throughout the country as the star's most successful picture to date. The popular series of stories by Ir vin Cobb has been used as the basis for this screen history of the shrewd and wise Kentucky judge who flourl ished in Paducah Kentucky in the late years of the past century. Rich human interest it is said blends with laughter and tears in this tale of a sleepy southern town which still is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 October 1934

si0m4.mammrV9UmsimmmvtMim.f1tvmmmnkmwi fcfl i1 ft 1 & M u I it i fymvm SILK SPECIAL For those planning a new dress HEAVY CANTON CREPE 7S Black Brown and Navy BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Life Service Band The Life Service Band met for a regular meeting Monday night. The program was short and was as fol- lows: Jesus Our Friend a devotional by Raymond Cameron; Reading by Pearl Jones and a duet by Eileen Mar- shall and Winnie D. Marshall. Fidells Class Clubs Meet The clubs of the Fidells Class met Tuesday night. Officers for the club of which Sammie D. Gault is presi- dent are: Graft first vice president; second vice president Helen Queen; third vice president Lauster McDon- ald; fourth vice president Marjorie Hallmark; reporter Maurine Todd; pianist Juanita Wilcox; chorister Ruth Jackson; Birthday Calendar girl L. Summey. The officers of the Marshall club are: Winnie D. Marshall president; Jane Yeager vice presiddent; repor- t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 October 1934

YELLO MKEI W JHf ijy jvr2"-- a BSsl L. XXI. No. 5. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1934 PRICK Be ACKETS WILL MEET KANGAROOS IN SHERMAN rO RUN SPECIAL TO McMURRY fc x n '. M. C. TAKES 20-0 LACING FROM JACKETS HERE FRIDAY Kagaroos Out For Revenge In Tilt With H. P. C. II of Scoring Done By Jackets Hamilton Club Gets New Name HOLIDAY In Final Period fter getting off to a slow start and fting throughout the entire first If the Jackets came back strong the second half to defeat the strong kas Military Lions by a 20-0 count. ie Jackets scored twice in the third trter and once in the final stanza irin their third straight game fhc first quarter was spent' almost irely with both teams using (tight Tunning plays and punting jthe second or third down with her team getting much of an mi- ntage over the other. The Lions tie their only serious bid for a score (the second stanza after Captain 4th has returned one of Marshall's gts thirty yards to the twenty-five rfl line. Aft or a plunge had ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 October 1934

'' i rt mi 4 m '! 9UT! ft) t. IttAI i K V? !-n i am ml CM wt YELLOSJACKET 54 li L J. Snoopswell lo Haunt Asain Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 Sifcm mJ st&Alhvv..v mj a .;. t iivy Charter Member: o l c -" sV- Texas Intercollepiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College. Senior Baptist College at Brownwood. Texas as a part of the student activity. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN. Jr. WOODROW SMITH Too Drake Clinton Voyles and Bob English. Rav Dovle and Lindsey Dublin Editor Business Manager . Associate Editor Sports Columnists Weita Richmond. Eileen Marshall. Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Ed. Xcto- Up to this time there has been an old fiiend of the students ab- sent from stu rounding". His eiie sha- dow has not ben seen creeping out of doorways and up alleys (as it was last year seeking not the news of today or yesterday but the news of to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 October 1934

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday Saturday Oct. 19 20 Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch." "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch" the third and last of the three great novels of and by Americans has been made Into a motion picture by Paia- li.uunt. "Mrs. Wt?gs of the Cabbage Patch." which was wrltetn by Alice Hegnn F'cc In 1901. Is generally ranked with "Little Won.en" by Louisa May Al- cott and "David Harum" by Edward Noyes. The latter two have already ben filmed and "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch" Is now completed. Pauline Lord distinguished stage star who played In such notable pio- ductlons ns "Anna Christie" "The Late Christopher Bean" "Strange Interlude" and "They Knew What Ti ey Wanted" makes her screen de- but as "Mrs. Wlggs." She rejected numerous screen offers In the past but succumbed to the chance to play In this classic. Evelyn Venable and Kent Taylor who have been teamed several times dto cast as the young lovers Miss Lucy and Mr. Bob. W. C. Fields has a leading role and ZaSu Pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 October 1934

Il . m 1 l m . i 1 m '' I f Ul I M.i V. v;i lea I Iff (T: m I fig i m la -N . . HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Across the Street from the Citizen's s ' t rfi 4 lift Cqn: wdidmviM. kfjBf9lAiUt VMfr- vv"Ci VilAMffilimi..A masm&swmw cluW UTTOAMfniCA -ANTARCTICA m FALSE REPORTS OF ILLNESS! fill 1 w - . t w .-wwm jf A- v'w""r1M wm - ww- "jr-'!. ;SQIp'SBjj5 '-1 JK. JfaU5'i.i9Wr """ w" "vOW .jflBLan TT tswfF. JMIftv1fc.1-HieV A'l .'- .... "HTT rTn" ii ww . 5flT IPi1 V;.v:r.' ;; v Here's the tractor that saved Admiral Byrd. I ITTLE AMERICA ANTARCTI- CA August 20 (via Mackay Ra- dio) : Concerning the reports which I understand have been wide- ly circulated in the United States that there is an epidemic of dysen- tery or other illness among the 56 9( us here at Little America I can- lay only one thing It Isn't true. In my story last week I empha- ilzed the fact that everybody here s In good health and spirits every tingle man. There Is not a case of Uness I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 October 1934

ELLO VlirJAA 1 Ln Iff jBLs vQSI H bbbbV AbbbbbbW bt HhVtCScBPK bH BW bbt tSJHHrWSsfSBWB I MKET re- as the Ian ick lan .013 litb era cks L. XXI. No. 6. ACKETS OUT TO BREAK McMURRY JINX FRIDAY USTIN HOLDS JACKETS 7 ickets and Austin "College Fight to 7-7 Draw e Howard Pavne Yellow Jackets e bit hard by their old jinx with Ithl Austin College Kangaroos last ay night and were able to get Wbetter than a tie with their ancient I inpls. However it was no fault of u MM Jackets according to Coach OBtanev who said that the Howard g IjjByne boys played some of the best h mat tney nave put out tnis sea' ;l ?lThe entire game was full of fast 3 MM furious play and both teams play- M-pn excellent brand of football. The half ended without scoring being by either team but the game it 1?ne Jackets scored late in the third "l aiirter when Sunderman passed to ' re over the goal line for the touch- AMrn and Harlow kicked goal. These ln ifjjfen points only served to make the atMBgaroos kick just a little...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 October 1934

" m m M M 3 m a it)? r'" V &I 7'iii TO Ifrl I f H i ft. i K gfl l&rt m I3WJ3 ISM SI e 1 J' I YELLO ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 wrr& .r -" Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Ray Doyle and Lindsey Dublin Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurine Lockwood .. Society Editor Joe McDonald .... Columnist S. I U. Primed For Fordham Having removed the Oklahoma Ag- gies fiom their path by handling them .1 41 to 0 tiouncing Saturday after- noon the Southern Methodist Univer- sity Mustangs started preparations Monday for their long journey to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 October 1934

YELLOW JACKETS 7e are still serving Hamburgers rid Sandwiches also we have a ice line of Cold Drinks and Cold indies. Your Patronage Solicited THE LINDBERG Mrs.' G. A. Clements Across Fisk from Campus THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday Saturday Oct. 26 27 Rob- Montgomery and Maureen O'Sul- Ivan In "Hide-Out." A story of a big city playboy who pund the big city too hot and had to I M 3a handicap and marry the man of her heart Into the simple plot are packed comedy pathos tragedy hope and courage with the colorful background of New York's lower eastslde "Ghet- to" district. Aa Sally the young dancer who la forced to take up doll making for a living after a tragic accident Miss Parker has a role ideally suited to the vivid warmth of her screen person ality. brate. I have sold the family jewels and the milk cow so U k(n ride thet special trane. yer pap Josephus Columbus Bilgewater. Campus Comments Sports Hobnob well the Jackets have been tied and scored on this season after all the prospects...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 October 1934

;-i EDUCATION IN INDUSTRY HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Across the Street from the Citizen's 31 ft IW i.j mm 4i '! IT) li P i. ' W'l ;.f.J $ ! SI it. $1 &3 P $. ft yj m ): PXi m ?4 Hffl fit M 1 '! RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Triple G Club The first meeting this week of the Triple G Club was held at Miss Marchbank's Thursday evening Oct 18. Misses Maxtne Berry and Erma Lee Keeney gave devotional discus felons on the value of prayer. Prayer was lead by Misses Marchbank's and Katie Ruth Graham. Another meeting of the Triple G Club was held in the Hester house Tuesday evening October 23. The meeting was opened with a devotional by Robbie Joyce George. Pearl Jones discussed the Sunday school lesson for the week. The weekly report was made and the club was dismissed with a prayer. r.A nu v hP Male students of the University of Boston have asked the co-eds who are lonesome to wear red dresses. This was done to aid bashful ones in lin- ing up dates with the Rom...

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