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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 November 1934

PAGE SPC THE HOWARD PAYNB YELLOW JACKET JACKETS We Are 8tll for YOU 100 Percent See ue for Cold Drinks Candles Hamburgers and Sandwiches THE LINDBERG Mrs. O. A. Clements ALUMNI By Robert Havlns News has just reached us of the success of another former student of H. P. C. Mr. F. D. Ray who is head of the science department of Boling High School has had a very succes- sive year as coach at the same school. This is his fifth year as coach there and it was under his direction that athletics was begun. He has gradu- ally built up a team which has been noted for Its sportsmanship and good will toward opponents. This season the Boling boys won their bracket of the district title. The team has gone undefeated so far this year and has had only one touchdown scored against them. Mr Ray is to be commended for such a fine record and also for pass- ing the Howard Payne spirit on to his high school team. i THOMAS RENFRO Thomas Renfro who entered How- ard Payne College In the fall of 1922 Is anoth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 November 1934

Page Six THE HOWARD PAYNB YELLOW JACKET the Thrifty Co-ed who wants to save will find such an opportunity in the biggest sales event of the year KNOBLER'S Thanksgiving SALE A store wide sale ... all the things you will need at re- markably Mow prices. Jackets . . . frocks . . . shoes . . . hosiery . . . underwear . . . sports suits. Just come and SEE . . . you'll surely BUY! ALL NEW SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE! KNOBLER'S STYLE SHOP Style - Quality - Price Brownwood Texas Results Last Week Hardln-Slmmona 45 Austin 0. Daniel Baker 12 Southwestern 6. Howard Payne 21 Westmoorland 6. Conference Standing Team W. L. T. Pet. Howard Payne .. .401 .900 Daniel Baker .212 .600 St. Edwards 2 1 2 .600 Hardln-Slmmons ..221 .600 McMurry ... .113 .500 Austin 5 3 2 .429 Southwestern . . .231 .417 A. C. C. . . . . . 1 2 1 .375 Trinity 0 3 1 .125 Games This Week Wednesday Daniel Baker vs. Texas A. & I. at Kingsville. Thursday A. C. C. vs. McMurry at Abilene; Austin vs. Trinity at Waxa- hachie; Southwest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 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 tiSSMmM iLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI ...' 'fi -'M'wiwY's!n9Sf - f'1 " i ' ''' ft '. . v x.J!ifcLLLLLLaiLI si M Vi M W i vi v; i ? 3 Co' SI i I ft I! v"1! . " ' Hil VI JT'3 111 L'fei . ! 5&s 11 t- 1 A' &i 1 I i ft ill It i 'j. 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 ighl' 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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 December 1934

Mm IH I IIW&I 1 g wtji pVOL. XXI. No. 12 frtg nnnimuw IBAA mUKSUAT UECEMBER 6 1934 PRICK lELLOW JACKETS DEFEAT SOUTHWESTERN 14-0 r 1000 i. .t- Home-Coming Said To Be Largest in History THoward Payne College had one of the biggest home-comings in its his- lory Thursday. This was not only be- cause over one thousand one hundred graduates ex-students trustees and Ifriends of the college were present but jbcause it was honoring Mr. John G. rHardin and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wal- Iker who were guests of the college for the day. Mrs. Hardin is ill in Baylor Ulilverslty in Dallas and was unable to.'attend the celebration. Mr. Hardin recently included Howard Payne in jtfce one million dollar Hardin Trust afed Mr. and Mrs. Walker have made 'hamerous gifts to the college over a "period of over thirty years. ' Another high point of the banner day was the address by Rev. W. R. White pastor of the Broadway Bap- tlet Church at Fort Worth and a 'graduate of Howard Payne College in 117. Rev. White'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 December 1934

i - a iw- . i ' 1 i YEIOJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 a 2 .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 (Mickev) 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 Maurine Lockwood Society Editor HIGHER KNOWLEDGE (?) During the age of higher knowledge and interest in the fine arts the college and high school student has brought cursing up to their level of study in the arts. It is thought by some to have been developed only during these later days but cursing originated several thousand years ago with the people who believed in a divine bein...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 December 1934

JACKETS We Are Still for YOU 100 Percent See ut for Cold Drinks Candles Hamburgers and Sandwiches THE LINDBERG Mrs. O. A. Clements SHAKESPEAREAN DICTIONARY Shakespearean Dictionary Is monu- jiinental work of Anderson M. Baten Alumnus of Howard Payne (1910.) What Is regarded In literary circles H'is one of the most unique and out- Kitanding achievements of the age Is gthe recently announced "Complete HtJlcttonary of Shakespeare" complet- $d by Anderson M. Baten after many 4jrears of work and research. This Is a olossal achievement compllslng 1- I'OO.OOO words 1600 pages and some jf 100000 separate articles definitions "lid references. 'M That it is the greatest work ever "produced upon Shakespeare cannot be 'doubted. The student of Shakespeare Vrilt find in the dictionary definitions '"geographical expositions discussions l''ot characters comments on word us--ge discussion of the Baconian theo- iy everything he could conveivably require. It Is not surprising that Dr. "William Dodge L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 December 1934

I 1ZW ' H.) How to Solve the Problem of What She Wants and Where to Find It You may not think of gift buying as a burden but without Interested assistance it is a problem. We want to tell you of a STORE ready and prepared to help relieve you of the burden of Gift buying. At Bettls & Olbbs the Ladies and Children's Store every saleslady is eagerly waiting to render every possible service in help- ing you in most instances they even know what size your wife or girl friend wears what her likes and dis- likes are or even what she is wishing you would give her this Christmas. As an added service you will appre- ciate we will wrap all gifts most at- tractively FREE. Also any gift purchased at this store will be wrap- ped securely and attractively for mail- ing. We have a record of the size of every dress or shoe sold and who pur- chased it so with this Information we know what size she wears. In this way we have a record of every person who has purchased a dress or shoes at this store...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1934

YELLO MKET r XXI. No. 13. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 13 1934 PRICI to Jkcket Makes All- Texas Conference I Selections Well here Is the Yellow Jacket's HiConference selection and it is Mhlless to say that we know that H) won't like it but we can't be ttered about a little thing like &' You must try to pick one of netr own sometime and see what a ft is. At ends Wedeman of Howard lyue and Meek of McMurry were acted. These end positions are hot- ' contested between Morris of Dan- I Baker and Winters of Simmons it .we believe that the first two are hade the better. Wedeman has Ml' feared all season by opposing aches for his great offensive ability kd Meek has played a brilliant game I (season for the Indians. The tackles are certain not to be filed. Sikes of the Jackets and iptain Duderstadt of the St. Ed- irds Tigers were clearly outstand- find are far above any other tac- e In the conference. Fletcher of Howard Payne and Jef- lesof McMurry were picked at the kird slots. Jeff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1934

' V mio MJOET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 ofr 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 THE COLLEGE OF EXILES Thirty years ago every young student who sought a proper means of preparing himselt for a life of scholarship and teaching looked with a spirit of longing to a year of study in German universities. Those who were for- tunate enough to find the means of fulfilling this ambition entered an at- mosphere of fine intellectual freedom. They went from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1934

kCKETS We Are Still for YOU 100 Percent ee ui for Cold Drinks. Candles. P Hamburgers and Sandwiches THE LINDBERG Mrs. O. A. Clements SLIMES LETTER TO PA IWbX Pa i klnda nlglected yuoall week so I'll write to letters this It may take til next week to the other un but I'll send It Br Conflamtgatlons Pa! Home coming flM huge sucksess. If you hed ben at Beatln' you would unerstand whl wf is kalled turky gobblers exceptln' alfr weren't Turks. Pa hit shore MpBded good. Every time I starts to lt;in the Mill for some grub some tittity member crowds me out. ! At the galm wuz a guy named Gen- .tafs frum southwestern. He was as Jlf.-as the fakultys barbeque but trri;tlme he karrled the bawl our man jirlow would ticwle him. Every bodi I'dictatln everything to some thing lM so I'm just gonna dictate this ittir to a bunch uv stlngln Yeller skats whut fight like a blind pig at i albppln and Pa you an Ma should eBdrstand how hard that is by the ajr how is Ma's eyesight. 'They had sum kind of publlx...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1934

DISTRICT ALUMNI (Continued from page 1) Hi Buy Her Gift at Headquarters for College Girls Clothes SHE WOULD APPRECIATE A Lustrous Satin Robe Satin Mules Lounging Pajamas Lovely Underwear Gloves Bags Handkerchiefs Leather and Leather Suede Coats and Jackets Hundreds of Novelties too numerous to ment- tion as well as anything a College girl can use or wear. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Where Smart Styles Meet Moderate Prices H. P. Players to Postpone Xmas Club Celebration The Howard Payne Players met on Wednesday evening at 6:45 in the Speech Arts studio. The current issue of Theatre Arts Monthly was read and discussed by the members of the club. Parts for more detailed discussion for the next meeting of the club were assigned for the next meeting. Clinton Voyles ren- dered a very eloquent and well receiv- ed discussion on the Green Theater. It is the purpose of the club in sub- scribing for the magazine to have it reviewed by the members and in this way keep in touch with modern plays and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1934

JZ&A&K YELLO Mxn r m bjvbbbbbibbw bbs K afaSaYaY a&DiSBBBBBBBBBBa H V aw PBgjfc I SfflS VOL. XXI. No. 14. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8DAY DECEMBER 20 1934 PRICK I NNUAL COLLEGE REVIVAL CLOSES WEDNESDAY p v v h PPERS 6 FROSH O UPPERS DOWN FROSH IN H-0 THRILLER n By Robert Having a Tile gridiron classic of the 1934 sea- Son' 'was staged last Friday In the jJHoward Payne park when the Uppers took a hard fought game from the Pish by a 6-0 count i The Uppers were clearly outplayed lain the first half due to fumbles and other errors but came back strong inn the second stanza to take complete Jcharge of the affair. The first half Ijwas rather slow and was played deep In the Uppers territory but immedi- o&tely after the opening of the third quarter the proteges of Sikes and aOyer started an eighty yard drive that csnded only when Spivey went around tend for two yards and the only score not the game. at Chambers upperclassman half was dearly the outstanding performer on Jhe field an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1934

u -WitK"' I 1 '' 11 4 . TfELLO MXET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 JfTt &C 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 VVeita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Mnurlnc Lockwood .. Society Editor INFORMAL STUDY PLAN "Practical knowledge is chasing abstract learning right out of the classroom" according to a story in the "American Campus" concerning the foreign language department at the Municipal Uni- versity of Omaha. Dr. V. Royce West head of the department explained that it is a battle of the new against the old in educati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1934

lACKETS We Are Still for YOU 100 Percent lee u for Cold Drinks Candles Hamburgers and Sandwiches THE LINDBERG Mrs. G. A. Clements WHO'S WHO f& By Henry Mount :.?Waddy Bullion: The bean shooter tJMl pearl diver delux for the drug tare cowboys; will debate at the drop etf.it thermometer on any subject from atft soap to bronze lizzarda. Looks good to the naked eye and a cure for Mr peepers for the female specie wtfll Bull-You-On any subject to loos- tfup your giggle basket. The excla- mation pointedest gazabo in Howard Payne College. leyan College Macon Oa. laconically reports without comment that Helen Smart won a contest to determine the "best Intellectual" student. Her name was at the bottom of an Inconspicuous list of other "moats" such as "most charming" "most versatile" and the "most athletic." (P. S.: The editor's alibi is that he had a cold' which Im- paired his nose for news.) 8UPREME COURT UPHOLDS U. C. L. A. ARMY TRAINING SMALL COLLEGES LEAD IN CONSOLIDATION MOVE "'John ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 December 1934

THE BRAIN STORM LAST MINUTE rat- MERRY CHRISTMAS AND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. M4Q UPPERS DOWN (Continued from page 1) and the Freshmen recovered on the 15. Howard lost 1 at end. A lateral Howard to Marshall made 2. On a fumble the Frosh lost 8. After an in- complete pass the ball went over. Chambers picked up 9 at the line. An- other play failed and Spivey punted to Howard on the 25. This punt was good for 45 yards. The Freshmen ran 3 plays and Woodward punted to his own 47. Wilson hit Spivey for a 15 yard loss putting the ball on the up- pers 40. Spivey made 13 as the half ended. The second half showed a deter- mined drive on the part of the Uppers and showed some signs of good coach- ing on the part of Bob Sikes and John Dyer coaches for the Uppers. This half also marked the introduction to the H. P. C. gridiron Joe Penner alias the one and only Mickey Allen. Of course Mr. Penner was accompanied by his duck Goo-Goo. Our hero was attired in a sweat shirt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1935

YELLO MKET WL. XXI. No. 15. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 11 1935 PRICI to IganizeH P. Hour; Elect '35 Officers the Howard Payne Hour has been rfanlzed to interest the laymen or tttdents in school other than mlnls- irsand missionaries in religious ac- irtties. The sponsers of the organi- itlon in speaking of the Hour say liit it is not for ministerial students Ithough they are invited to attend lit rather for the wide-awake and iuciencious students to advance the wise of Christ. .the officers elected before the holl- ayB were as follows: Elton Grecn- president; Mary Beth Langston ice president; recording secretary ranees Hester; corresponding secre- irjr Vanita Yates; chairman of pro- nun committee Lillie Moon; pianist ffle B Queen; chorister Jean Bur- on; reporter Bob English. Green- m and Waddle Bullion are to draw pa constitution for the organization. Tlie H. P. Hour is every other nursday night from 7:00 to 8:00. be program last Thursday night was ibroughly enjoyed by the large...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1935

irr4M"r i. K! mio WW rtSsJmf I ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year .$1.00 &f 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 Maurine Lockwood . . . . . Society Editor THE BROAD AND NARROW OF IT Thoughts ideals and prejudices are just a few forces that make up either broadmindedness or narrowmindedness. Advice from your elders as a whole are things to be accepted and treas- ured by younger minds but occasionally you accept through your environment an attitude of narrowmindedness. You become "gi- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1935

r- IACKET8 We Are Still for YOU I 100 Percent tee us for Cold Drinks. Candles Hamburgers and Sandwiches THE LINDBERG Mrs. G. A. Clements Mechanical Mind Developed Cambridge Mass. A new mechan- ) mind which can do 50000 sub- actions a minute and a new ultra- tat "eye" that reads wave lengths of ght this week were completed at the tassachusctts Institute of Technol- ry. The new machines are vittual keys 'the secrets of atoms it is claimed. hey assertedly deal with the lines of pectra no thicker than fine hairs 'hlch appear in almost enlcss num- ers on a photographic plate after ght has passed through a glass riam. Scientists claim that the study of lese lines shows what is going on Ithin atoms of the substance cmit- ng the light. The new Tech ma lllnes substitute for laborious calcu itions heretofore made by human ilrids and .readings taken by the hu- lan eye. So slow were the older lethods that photographs of complex pectra produced in a few hours might eep several men measuring comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1935

: E ""T.T" VISIT Bettis & Gibbs January Clearance Sale Begins Friday Morning 8:30 A. M. LEAVE 'EM ALONE ' San Francisco Calif. "Football rules as they now exist should be left alone." This statement came from Elmer Lftvden. head football coach at Notre Dame visiting here. Asked whether the rules as they ( eton.t mm- Hvp the defense the ad vantage Layden replied: "Not if you get blocking." THE BRAIN STORM Well here we are back from the old home town after the holidays and af- ter that pause that refreshes we will all be anxious to get back to work. Those reports from the various college sen-ices back home were certainly rich. Bob Sikes should take up this collection plate passing as a profession. The Howard Payne Hour is a great advancment in religious activities of the college. To get the most out of the organization there must be a rep- resentative attendance at the meet- ing among the students. We don't know as yet who started the Hour but we take our hat off to them for they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 January 1935

mi YELLO ACKET WW i A TilV 'iXjf. Lw sW teuBfcWW'SBt H 5L: XXI. No. 16. ACKETS ACKETS DROP PMT0A.C.C. INDIAN CAGERS rhe Jackets dropped their first two nes of the current basketball race Abilene when they lost thrillers to h McMurry and A. C. C. The Indl- barely nosed the Jacket's out by a 80 count while the Wildcats put on kit two minute rally to win by a 25 count. Both games were hotly tested and gave proof that the ket have a club that is due to be igerous to all competition on their tie court. Jhe game with the Indians the de- ding champs was a close one in ten the outcome was not known il the last ten seconds of play dur- r which time Blackburn sunk a i Bhqt to put the Indians in a one iit lead that won the game. fhe box score of the Howard Payne lege McMurry game was: icMurry fg. fp. pf. tp. ter f l 2 2 4 ckburn f l o o 2 ves f l o o 2 sk.fr. 4 119 .lreilc 3 6 UaVV 10 0 2 rlessg 2 l 4 5 I ; Totals - 14 4 9 32 fc p. c fg. fp. pf . tp. mrt l l 1 3 fher.V 2 0 0 4 .y f ; 4 2 2 10 ...

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