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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 November 1934

YELLO ACKET WW beBi!Jga I " tfi VOL. XXI. No. 7. JACKETS NALDSON 1 Braves Battle Hard But Bow to H. P. C. Eleven After one of the greatest battles of the current football campaign flght- ?Ji ine hard all the wav through blasted m the Donaldson field tradition and i mnrMiori nff wlfrh n 13 tn 7 vlptnrv m$ over the McMurry Indians. All advance indications pointed to a rock 'em and sock 'em battle with the Abilene Methodists perhaps hold- ing a slight edge this being mostly due to the fact that the Braves had F&8 not bitten the dust on Donaldson H Field since 1929. And whaever pre- sn games predictions of a battle royal WfM were made they could not have meas- IsSJ ured up to the slam-bang scrap that the Jackets and Indians engaged in for sixty minutes Friday afternoon. There was not a dull minute during the entire afternoon's entertainment with both teams threatening time af- ter time to cross that last white line and not a Jacket supporter was able breathe with ease until the fina...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 November 1934

M BR w?i ftT & wv Rfl rc 'l Sfi m & i KB Vt tftii It 8 hVI A i YELLO ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 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 Lindsey Dublin Joe MacDonald Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurlne Lockwood Society Editor INDIFFERENCE It is with a view to secure a viewpoint interest and active co-operation of students and their faculty that we present this article. We see another opportunity to develop valuable closer relations between a college student and his professor through the disloging of an" issue modernly called...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 November 1934

&immmaiimi ITELLOW JACKETS Howard Payne THEIR SPIRIT IS HIGH JACKETS FIGHT TO KEEP IT FOR PA AND MA are still serving Hamburgers (I Sandwiches also we have a e line of Cold Drinks and Cold idles. Your Patronage Solicited 3 THE LINDBERG TVfVa CI A Ptomonfa I Across Fisk from Campus - group that Went to Memnhta Tann friends in Miles from Thursday until Sunday. Thursday to attend the B. S. U. Con THIS WEEK AT I THE LYRIC vention. Misses Virginia Dalton and Lillian Summey spent the week-end in Gold- thwaite visiting lelativcs. Miss Faye Nickens of Rinm anont- the week-end at home. LUIIIHIMIUIl! . . ..J. .1.1 10HiiiiiiiiiiiiBSMiK i- "" 1 V HHH .. '"-w m WWB ii T'liW i I Friday Saturday Nov. 2 3 Mae fet in "The Belle of the Nineties." n "Belle of the Nineties" Mae West Ifdes through an adventurous love- (tlon story which has as Its back- Vund two of the most colorful cities '.that period: New Orleans La. and 3 Louis Mo. With the Mississippi river coming jjfor its share of local color ...

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

HENDERSON'S SHOE SHOP SHOES DYED SHOE REPAIRING Appreciate Your Buslneis 412 Center Ave. It Wasn't There The ubsent-mlnded professor drove up to his garage door looked inside and blinked. Then he leaped back into his car and drove like fury to the po- lice station. Fraternity House Manager; i New Cotton Frocks Regular $1.95 Dresses SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Bring your room mate and save a dollar uaviug guesis ai me house Got any good pork? Butcher: Good pork! Say jjjf some nork that will not. .... Kfi. FOR THE COLLEGE MAN PLEATED SLACKS ken salad than any veal you can! BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE CLOTHES See them in our Window ! Let Us RESTRING YOUR TENNIS RACKETS 1 ..e And Is That Pork! 9. n i m I Vrt"i 1 tHu -y kiv If-' I . I i &ti M ri :er PA hi T5 & w m i" H-i! ..A &J ifel I K RG i . I ' d BRAVES BATTLE (Continued from page 1) Page Meek Left end Simmons Stockton Left tackle Fletcher Brogdon Left guard Vickeis Davis Center Dyer Jefferles Right g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 November 1934

YELLO MKET 1 fail II 2 VOL. XXI. No. 8. JACKETS m TIGERS 13 CHAMPS HAVE ! LITTLE EDGE ON JACKETS "-Friday night at 7:30 the Yellow XcKets will tangle with the strong it" Edwards Tigers from Austin. The Tigers last year defeated the Yellow Jackets on the same field by a score of J7-0 to snatch the conference cham- ytonship from the Jackets' grasp. $In days past the main game of the Mtson for the Jackets was the annual feitttlc with Simmons University. This j4kr however all eyes point to the giine in which Howard Payne hopes tol avenge the bitter defeat handed tMm last year. ".This past Friday night St. Edwards completely outplayed the McMurry Iiilians although the game resulted ta scoreless tie. Despite the field being covered with mud the Tigers BHde eleven first down to three for tki Indians. The Tigers drove from tbilr own twenty yard line to McMur- ry'B three yard line where they fum- Nia thus showing themselves to be tyrjjjfar superior to a team that gave Miward Payne plenty of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 November 1934

i s t ti Itf tf Pa I' I n m If 3 v1 Xi lJ IM PI 3 i ii Vi "J MiO ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 $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 Lindsey Dublin Joe MacDonald Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurlne Lockwood . - - . Society Editor RESTRICTED OUTLOOK HAMPERS A STUDENT IN LIFE Scholarship social ability efficiency hUmor application! What good is it to a man to possess only one of these qualities? There are a number of students in my acquaintance who have only a scholarship they either do not know how or do not want to enter into the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 November 1934

YELLOW JACKETS re are still serving Hamburgers id Sandwiches also we have a Ice line of Cold Drinks and Cold andies. Your Patronage Solicited THE LINDBERG Mrs. G. A. Clements Across Fisk from Campus THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday 8aturday Nov. 9 10 Joe . Brown In the "6 Day Bike Rider." This time Joe Brown appears as a i Day Bike Rider" in the First Na- snal picture of that title. As a bicy- e rider Joe is a regular "fiend" but ! wins the race and his girl by the ost novel and hilarious fluke imag- able. Joe starts out as a village cut-up ho goes to the big city to show his rl who has jilted him and the rest ' the neighbors what a great guy s iB. After getting into a terrific ittle landing in jail and being bailed tt he makes a mad rush for the ces which have already started. The race is the big climax to one 1 the most uproarious comedies in bich the wide mouthed comedian has it appeared. It is not only filled Ith riotous situations but is cram- ed wtih breath-taking thrills. An exc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 November 1934

JACKETS SWARM COME TO BATTLE H. P. C. FRIDAY (Continued from page l) m im m m I i S 1 ' LI 6 I i K fi? a S3 si I 12 M I'Sj ar ii SPECIAL SALE KNITTED SPORTSWEAR Three-Piece Suits $2.95 Twin Sweaters with skirt Assorted styles sizes and color combinations. See them at once they won't last wong. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes THE BRAIN STORM Well football games and more foot- Vmll pamea and don't vou think How ard Pavne looks good on top of the conference ladder once again. By the way I just found out that we lwea io have missed seeing our boys beat mc Murrv week before last. Blalock and I went down to the bus station and nrrantred with a man to run a special hus to Abilene. Although we didn't know it at the time this fellow didn't even have a bus and had a very slim chance of borrowing one. Right at the last minute the Robertson bus of ficials found what the stiuation was pulled a bus off the regular run and came to our rescue. Thanks to Mr. Wheeler an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 November 1934

TfELLO MKET a Mm EDSibbbbbbbbV H alljrts JfcfxXI. No. 9. ROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1934 PRICK So tok& mm ( rtJpi 1 ?iS eg fayL "i M CKETS OVERWHELM ST. EDS 19-6 FRIDAY n v v v CHREINER HERE SATURDAY JR. AND MRS. J. G. HARDIN GIVE HOWARD PAYNE $160000 ttri ickets Due To incounter Tough Schreiner Team doe Jackets will have their hands rril$ Saturday afternoon when the l0!Jtftelner Institute Mountaineers come " Hirownwood. yatWbward Payne is undefeated in the f pts Conference and stands on the 'aylnojd of winning the conference lemMDDionship this season. Schreiner empjjtute is undefeated and untied af f'tax games tnree or me vanquisn- ms being senior colleges. Moun- r points are 157 to opponents le two remaining games on the 11 Wule are Howard Payne Brown-r- tfi Saturday afternoon November 'ind Lamar College at Beaumont 5 nmky November 23. iSferelner scores thus far are as it Btilws: Schreiner 44 Twenty-third intJBitry 7; Schreiner 20 San Marcos i Winers 7; Schreiner 51 R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 November 1934

some reason others fell out and only seven graduated from high 8C Let it be said to the good credit of the seven that they all de- cided to go to college. . Registration is over. Unwieldly schemes have been made to conform the reason. Classes start. Seven lads have made their new friends and are now ready for the routine of college life men follows a round of parties dates shows examinations and reports and five of our Toms Dicks and Harrys decided they do not want a college education. Trunks are repacked and with explanations for the family each lad "homeward plods his weary way. Tom and Dick remain in the school. They graduate from col- lege with honors. The trial has been long and hard. Is it worth it? What about the two who graduated? And what about the 98 who do not make the grade of college education? Will YOU be one of 2 or one of 987 Brand. mLO ACKEi Trone Candy Compaq All Sandwiches 5c Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 November 1934

P. WW tCKETS We Are Still for YOU 100 Percent lee us for Cold Drinks Candles Hamburgers and sandwiches THE LINDBERG Mrs. G. A. Clements THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Ij: feTfThunday and Friday Nov. 15 16 Mnstance Bennett and Frederick March In "The Affairs of Cellini." fThose venturous times in 16th Cen- K Hiry Italy when the De Medici were stoking murder a polite pastime and Q Intrigues were so biabolically numer- bus that a lover never touched his be- tafed's lips without a lurking fear tfckt they might be Impregnated with patson offer the screen a rich and Morful background of which it has keen amazingly slow to take advan- '" bJe. SjfNow however comes "The Affairs 0 Cellini" 20th Century's dashing Mw romantic comedy starring Con- lance Bennett and Fredric March irfcich depicts the love escapades of tke great goldsmith and greater lover o brought fame to Florence when chael Angelo and Leonardo da Vin- .were doing their part to make that ity the center of Italian art. Predric March portr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 November 1934

ft tf ft t-.j ft n 1 ' V. . m im A. Hi U i M ft 5 ft "J 1 I 8 1 ! B SMART NEW COLLEGIATE SPORT CLOTHES - KNITTED SPORTSWEAR Extra Special All Wool Turtle Neck Sweaters $1.39 BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE CLOTHES JACKETS COUNT (Continued from page 1) trying to keep the ball and keep the Tigers from their trrltory and they succeeded In doing both. The game was fast while it was in motion but was interrupted several times by irate St. Edwards' coaches and players who seemed to take great delight in cussing the officials. It was during one of these times that Evans all-conference quarter and Tiger ace was forced to leave the game because of too much roughing. The Jackets made all of their scores either directly or indirectly by passes but that was not the only department that the home town boys showed the Austin flashes how the game of foot- ball should be played. The strong Jacket line held the Tigers to only three first downs while they them- selves were accumulatin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 November 1934

YELLO mn XXI. No. 10. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 22 1934 PRICE te PLAY rn ickets Take e Full Strength to S Westmoorland tie Jackets will invade the back Ml of the Westmoorland Broncos light to make a bid for their eighth story. The game which will be play- s' li San Antonio should be the Jack- (.'Ibut the Broncs will be fighting dm for every yard and if the local m. should be overconfident they j.ln for some tough sledding the San Antonio team has several m that are due to give the Jackets it a bit of trouble. Jack Upshaw imd Martin at center and Cllf- $ Currier and Miller in the ckfleld have proved themselves I be good men this year and iy have dealt the opposition rty of trouble in the games that the Mies have ever played. tlffte Westmoorland team played lit best game of the season against ' strong Schreiner Mountaineers. if held the Schreiner team to a ' count and that was done much Afce surprise of the sports writers ilfans concerned. It must be re- jaibered also that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 November 1934

21 M ft y 1 3 t ft a ff M fl S & W pU 8 hi 3 I I 'II fi iw it i H WH Iff 1 ! YEliO WW fSSiMjtt m 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 miw Plinfnn Vnvloa aru T?nV F.nplisVl SpOrtS Ray Doyle) Lindsey Dublin Joe MacDonald Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurlne Lockwood - - Society Editor T E X A S (Author Unknown) Texas occupies all of the continent of North America except a small part set aside for the United States and Canada. Texas owns the north half of the Rio Grande the only dusty river in the world; also the only one with the possible ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 November 1934

rf' IAP.KCTS Wtt Ar fttlll far VOII W .100 Percent See ut for Cold Drinks Candles Hamburgers and Sandwiches THE LINDBERG Mrs. O. A. Clements THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC ra Thursday and Friday Nov. 22-23 l& Ready For Love." ra "Ready for Love" an exciting plc- rlure of a girl who becomes involved tin a national scandal. Richard Arlen land Ida Lupino two of Hollywood's iinost popular young players bead a large cast which includes Marjorie YRambeau. '$ Based on "The Whipping" a Roy "fPlannagan story "Ready for Love" tells the exciting story of Marigold Tate a young beautiful and impetu- ous girl who upon her arrival in a mall town gets into trouble and soon I finds herself the object of public icorn. 1 Blithely unaware of the scandal M which she is creating Marigold pur sues her serene way until an innocent I crank misinterpreted by the towns " 'people endangers her life makes her 'tt the object of an attack by a group of " Vigilantes. ) 3 Saturday November 24 "Lime- 1 house Blues." ii;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 November 1934

Motors To Pry Out South Pole Secrets SALE OF WOOLENS $1.00 Yard 54 inch woolens for suits coats skirts in win- ter weights and desirable shads greens browns blues black BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE CLOTHES M-A r I.V f h. H M 11 i i.-i IAI KJ 1 I M t'"A b Congratulations Jackets for another Conference Championship Get a Good Hair Cut at ROB'S BARBER SHOP 210 Center Ave. EYES SHOULD BE EXAMINED EVERY YEAR Have yours examined now Phone 418 for appointment DR. MOLLIE W. ARMSTRONG Optometrist TAKE THRILLER (Continued from page 1) ncr pass and taken it to the fifty from the Ight yard line as the game ended. The game was the toughest that the Jackets have played all season and the outcome was uncertain at all times. The visitors had much the stronger running team but could not compete with the Jackets on passes. Some of the Schreiner men were plenty hot and were hard to stop. Reed Hancock and Lowe weie excel- lent performers in the backfield and Rackley and Graves playe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 November 1934

l-h"? T ... - . Vl tyv-r ".-"v-s.;' r WELCOME HOME EXES YELLO MKET VOL. XXI.' No. 11. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8DAY NOVEMBER 2J 1934 PRICE Be ALUMNI THRONG THE CAMPUS THE BRAIN STORM Well well there will be lots of fun for everybody today with all of the exes and Mr. and Mrs. Hardin on the campus today. He have heard the opinion expressed that It would be a good thing to tag all of the alumni with the date they graduated and what they were or did in school. It would help the students to go up to a an ex whom perhaps they had heard of but did not know and give him a cordial welcome back home. The next question is who will undertake to tag all of the two thousand visitots expected. Another suggestion (we are full of suggestions today) is that we inau- gurate volunteer chapel attendance. The largest percent of those who cut chapel do so because they know they are not supposed to do so. Also those that wouldn't come just for the bene- fit of the splendid programs wouldn't be persuaded to com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 November 1934

THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET PAQH FIVI1 yellovSjacket Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 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 Dovle. Lindsev Dublin. Joe MacDonald Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurine Lockwood society Editor THANKSGIVING Thanksgiving Day! Thanksgiving comes but once a year and today is Thanksgiving the time for everyone to give thanks to the Creator of the Universe. What is your interpretation of Thanksgiving? Do you offer up a word of thanks to the Master each Thanksgiving? If you have not been doing to start today because this is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 November 1934

i THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET Page ThrM JACKETS TO BATTLE PIRATES T in: "if AY 5 - W ii . I. BRONCS ARE DEFEATED THURSDAY BY 21-6 Jackets Win by 21-6 from West moor- land Seconod String Start Broncs Score First but Unable to Hold th Lead. Discontent with winning the Texas Conference championship and a record or seven wins and one tie In eight starts for the year the Howard Payne xeuow Jackets tossed the Weatmoor land team with a 21-6 win last Thurs day night In San Antonio. After Ba ker brilliant Bronc half had broken away to gallop 35 yards and leave the Howard Payne lads trailing six points behind the Jackets settled down to hold the opponents and gain at will through the remainder of the game. The H. P. C. scores were made in the second and fourth quarters. Starting his second string line-up Coach Joe Bailey Cheaney showed that Howard Payne had football play- ers other than the regular starters. R. Miller jOeet Jacket back started the game off right by reeling off a long gain ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 November 1934

? Pour THE HOWARD PAYNB YELLOW JACKET SUCCESSSUL SEASON (Continued from page 3) would probably not have scored K the Jackets had not first done so. Following their tie game with the Kangaroos the Jackets had quite a bit more trouble before they were able to down the McMurry Indians by a 13-7 score. Fighting hard the Indl ans put up one of the greatest games that they have ever played against the Brownwood team and gave them plenty of misery but they were un able to win the game. The McMurry team fairly riddled the strong Jacket line and made just plenty of ground In the middle of the field but they were beaten by the great playing of tfoe Gold and Blue within their own twenty yard line. The Abilene Christian College Wild- cats were next In line and thev too fell before the strong passing attack of the Jackets. Botn ot we scores were mnrie In the first half but that did not complete the thrills of the game. Time after time tne jacxeis urntilri march down the field to the shadows of t...

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