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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1935

i 1 1 ji i nnnH i I l ! iqf TfELLO NCXEX Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 asss fi'SP'Sff l l-2fJ i "- rir-A. rj si -S. 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. STAFF ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Lindsey Dublin and Joe McDonough Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Milton Ramsour Assistant Business Manager Maurlne Lockwood Society Editor INTELLIGENT THINKING MUST SUPERSEDE TRITE REVERENCE OF TRADITION "Teachers should have the privilege of presenting all points of view including their own on controversial issues without dan- ger of reprisal by the school administration or by pressure groups in the community" runs a plank in the platfo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1935

EXCHANGE .415' IWks! Once again with more mmi'md less culture I will try to rtialarmy brainless contempora- "'tewsah! t Women ska It his for the asking Skirts wicked. 1m grants him no favors She bores him. nd a long drawn-out wooing Fatigues him. he swears to forsake her But ahe fools him. mart girl is one who can make complexion taste as good as it other: Quiet dear the sandman is odem Child: O. K. make it a dol- ttd.I won't tell Fop. low old are you?" insquired the or of the little boy. Pbt -air is a difficult question to ntfi' replied the modern youth. U see It all depends. Now the lat- penokftl survey available shows psychological age to be twelve my al af four my anatrical age sev- and physical age six I suppose ever that you refer to my chrono- Eal age which is eight. But that J old fashioned I seldom think of ly more." t the tTniverslta of Minnesota the ir day .a professor described the arence between a university and Mane aiylum. fciu have to show improvement to out at an in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 March 1935

.J.. K i ."i k s f . i : ii! J'' 'J ' i sltnf' . 4 '' I . HUMOR "Why are you looking so gloomy this fine morning?" "My doctor told me to eat more fruits and their skins In order to get more vitamins and my favorite fruits are cocoanuts and pineapples." A mountaineer lad from Carolina who joined the marines without ever having seen an army rifle hung up a new record for consecutive hits on the rifle range. He explained it to the major this way: "Every mornin' for years pa's been handin' me the old muzzle loader with a charge of powder and just one bul- let. And he sez 'Here boy go get breakfast!' So you see I ain't used to missin' much. Professor in Higher Mathematics: "Give an example of an imaginary spheroid." Student: "A rooster's egg." "What do you expect to say when Congress meets?" "I'm sure of only one thing" an- swered Senator Sorghum "I am be- ing trained to great descretion. But I am sure there will be no objection to my saying "present when the roll is called." Angry Wife:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1935

vy -I T-" APRIL FOOL EDITION YELLO MKEI IXfc No. 22. 2- BROWNWOOD TEXAS FOR WEEDING ENDING APRIL 1 1935. PRICK ftr culty Is Suspended IEANEY WILL GO TO HARDIN - SIMMONS Hon. Frank Bridges To Have Charge of Local Team and Boyd feive Picture (fting Contracts 9$liy Opposite in the Proken Laig" r.ittrlanne Busby for the past ISJWtcampus heart-breaker de- jfcccepted a position with the iMHes Inc. Miss Busby is to M)ad in a forthcoming pro- I the picture company entit- i(Whatta Man Compjlex" or tUSma Laig" with a big cast. itifffae male lead opposite Miss Roland "New Munitions" fttttfthe envy of local Romeos MS- to be the biggest sensation aJMlt Gable. In the picture Mr. fcs"ls made up as much like jliValentino as possible (of I'lgf can't expect plastic sur- ImM make-up) ardently woes twfey who is cast in natural f If; Queen Tut. iMp voyage party given in her UMm Busby blubbered "I shore ilgt'-Waddy Davenport and the th Brownwood men but I cer- "irould appreciate it if you all Write to Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1935

it '"": n Yes This It the April Fool Edition d p I h ir "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. Our Motto: "Toreadors live by fighting the bull; we enjoy life by throwing it." This was the staff but it resigned the night be- fore the paper was published. If every thing goes alright it will resume its position next week. If not address all communications care of Acme Grass Skirt Co. Fiji Islands South Seas. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Lindsey Dublin and Joe McDonough Columnists Weita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Maurlne Lockwood Society Editor James Eskew Assist. Bus. Manager James Read Saunde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1935

--- t - w?rsM-;wy r Sure You Dope Can't You Catch on that this it the April Pool Edition. O WHITE WA8H WANTED: 100 NEW CU8TOMER8 wH'HH JfBr''?"l'yJXTJ' yij MMMiB k4hmw: iwrnmrnmm i wdmjMPQM I .'l MJTTM . ''SaSTmu tMMttVfVl . --. ..V tentative college pa- ur profound duty to ur attention to a moat economic problem the price of White Wash. Installation of modern It has outrageously emand of the old de- Ite wah. The aboil- old dependable has ring on this economic .NtMMd therefore we ask of ". tMMire uuujr an yuuu onu iW; AWJlHcans to Buy Amerl- ;mmmur old dependable from .ftMMIfk to be conversational- Mmiring we shall here and ftWMtfWo references that will UMWM..AW cause namely: any and Chick Sale. But anyway we would like we certainly don't. It however if you ick of whitewash and e to the kiddies. NMai.B U jC- "j- .ATT. nwmfHPt MMBML Ik " II tw lBVKMKkHBHl Ufj r-i.'j t nf&m i nkvJMHBM MkHIH. rkmh VfV'9PBjP" 3jHK raip MfftflMft MWH IflMiQBWSjBju nUMilkJIkjfikAfc idMMME ERIAL REPORT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1935

?"5?rw!ii7'TMri!' ' ; rrfiffi '&- -.v ' ii f You haven't Caught on Already Skip It. Well You Rum Dum ' !l TRACK TEAM PLACES IN STOCK SHOW Ik i i UP ii.a -4'JW I 1 ' EASTER PARADE Only four weeks to Easter. No loner can we say Easter Is slow- ly creeping upon us. It's galloping. Will you please see the beautiful new merchandise while it is here and plen- tiful. A last minute scramble always means trials tribulations and a los- ing battle in the purchase of the mer- chandise you want. You are always welcome to come and see whether you wish to purchase or not. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls' Clothes. Fletcher Takes First Place In Shot Put Test WANT ADS WANTED Suggestions on how to grow a moustache. Urgent. John A. Wester. NOTICE I positively will bothered by petting parties campus. Wild Bill Marshall. not be on the LOST Hair switch. Return to Dor- othy Wilson. WARNING Keep away from the fire escape except during social hours. Miss McChristy. J. Horace (Cap) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1935

''wttp s; MKET tiS mm WW - ? YM I 1 1 Wpy I : M. ir n k.Hm gf XXI. No 23. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 19 1935 PRICK So 31 J NNUAL FOUNDER'S DAY OBSERVED TUESDAY SI -ACT PLAY SHOWS AT ALPINE 4 i"3 IIANC CAP DPAM ADC Mid I IIMI-trD WAV MYERS WIN teJOURTH PLACE OBT OF DOZEN IShitS atfcae one-act play "The Bishop's '"sjestlcks"' the Howard Payne Esrs offering: In the Texas Inter- calate Dramatic Tournament in f Hue was awarded fourth place in fudging last Saturday night. arsehe Bishop's' Candlesticks" under i iWrectfon of Mrs. Leta N. Shelton Represented several times here and wctvery wejl received by local audi- acii. ' iei)ittie twelve plays presented in the iament'"Smokescreen" presented lWexas fTech' was awatded first ; Baylor University took second lkeI"A Question of Ptinciple" Tcx- j llege of Mines presented "Dtegs" 1 bird and the local players onc- fferlng was awarded fourth. nUe other colleges teprescnted and s )lays they presented are as fol- leas.: Trinity University "present...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1935

.;ji yiirlM II t B i Y FI r r :t jrffc4Sv YF! f mm r AfiCFT Entered at the post office at Brownwoorl Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 '. - fiV-. T" -1 v Charter Members Texas Intercollepiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist Collect at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editoi WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editoi James E-kcw Assistant Business Manager James Read Founder Columnist Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports? Lindsey Dublin and Joe McDoncugh Columnists Weita Richmond. Eileen MarshaM Joe Wagner Reporters Maurine Lookwod . Society Editor PATRONIZE JACKET ADVERTISERS It is with jrreat sham and romor-c that we have to once again bring before the student body cf Howard Payne this- matter ot patronizing the Yellow Jacket ac'vertiers. Your editor began this wek with many exhiliarated hopes and ambition and was detu mined to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1935

"Wm Conning the Campi BERKELEY Calif. An explosion believed to have resulted from a chemical experiment rocked an area v ' 'M 'mw'''mim " 4 K THE JACKETS NEST BOOK EXCHANGE ".KT .jip. 1 .; "WHERE YOU MEET YOUR FRIENDS" COMPLIMENTS OF PA and MA Opposite Post Office Hamburgers Hot Dogs Coney Islands Sand of several blocks around Lccontc hall on the University of California cam- pus this week. A laboratory on the second floor was wrecked and Capt. Bart Ed- wards of the Berkeley fire department lost' his fingertip when he stuck it in a siren us his engine company answered the alarm reports say. wiches Pies Cakes Candies Cold Drinks ' yTobaccos Cigarettes School Supplies rfyoUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED E. E. Terrell Mgr. Jen IErfff-n-ii nl t Tila ttm itfa i ''! '"' "' " "' ' ' ii rfh Mrti ii di COLLEGIATE BILLIARD CHAMPIONS-The University of Wisconsin's billirirdauad winiu. 1 the fourth annual intercolleeiate cue tournament from the strongest Held that to date has competed. Purdue finished a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1935

"1 . i Hi F J m !i '!'K DRESS UP For EASTER LOVELY NEW DRESSES $2.95 SILK SEERSUCKERS IN DARK AND PASTEL SHADES- TRIPLE SHEERS ETC. HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS' CLOTHES Millery - Straws and Felts etc. $1 to $4.95 Pastels and Lovely combinations BETTIS & GIBBS INC. Headquarters for College Girls' Clothes founders day ubsetvcd (Continued from page 1) any mote than it is his duty to take caie of him throughout life. He also pointed to the arrogance of students in fax supported institutions and the fact that they thought themselves su- perior membeis of a Godless uni- verse. Howard Payne lenders a great- er service than any college in the state. If you feel no responsibility to anyone other than yourself then you are either educated too highly or not high enough. Howard Payne College only survives against free tuition in- stitutions because it is selling a better aritcle. In closing the speaker thank- ed the student body for the oppor- tunity of challenging them to lead- ership. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1935

YELLO ACKET XXI. No. 24. BROWNWOOO TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 3 1935 PRICE le TUDENT-BODY PRIMARIES ARE HELD TODAY NNUAL JUNIOR PROM TONIGHT Ver Six Hundred I ;ted to Be Present lodges Delivers Texas History Lecture Junior Class arc making prep- bns for Between six ana cignt high school and college stu- at their annual Junior-Senior tonight lents arc complete and all be committees have uone ineir I In Bhort fashion. The following aen have repotted that their In fka mvnn linu Vinnrl flnlshnrl nr tt bUV W.. Ii"u mw.. ........ v finished early today: litation Lettie Belle Coggin. heption Jean Buleson. ince Jewel Daughety. tors Mary Pogue. :oratlons Maurine White. gram Eddie Lake Tate. freshments Willie Mime Mur- ED' . gymnasium is decorated so as " resent a western srene under a rlit sky with the floor decora- being carried out in like motif EXtyucca and cactus. Mgr.rld Morris president of the Jun- ks and master of ceremonies ltecl four different proms. Jim- ling and his orchestra will fur- HQhe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1935

"i ' " mio ACKET Anybody can CC the Hotel BrowA and get a shine. E Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per school year $1.00 :xs 0f; Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the Btudent activity. WW &5Mk I 1 1 ( ERNEST (Mickey) ALLEN Jr Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager Joe Drake Associate Editor James Eskew Assistant Business Manager James Read Saunders Columnist Clinton Voyles and Bob English Sports Lindsey Dublin and Joe McDonough Columnists VVeita Richmond Eileen Marshall Joe Wagner Reporters Maurine Lockwood Society Editor STUDENT POLITICS Election days are already upon us. Crafty politicians and ambitious candidates are once more pulling wires slapping backs and crying for the same old New Deal that we have heard of be- fore. With one aspiring eye on the goal of achievement and the other ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1935

Wi ". Jfjf Ai 'H iHiiwr :oi of ! Prof Oppose AntifCommunist ' Bills ERKCLSY Calif. Sparks flew aWMk .between the professorship w UrtVtrslty of California and AMlriltnl Frank G. Martin 1 MriM of so-called antl-com- dat Mite authored by Martin. rlctlOB itarted when 18 Berkeley eMors objected in a telegram to MMmtotyman that his bill stifled UbcrtlM of academic principles. tower Of sparks fell when Mar- Wind President Robert uor- Sproul bf the Berkeley institu- rhe bill makes it a felony to advo- I overthrow of American system lovenOMBt by force ana vioiencu Bthtr alawful means. Do these ffljwtlBf jrofessors reflect the attl- ii Of administration of University jaMlOnuaT is It dangerous mva- oC intellectual liberties to penal- idivoCatM of violent revolution?" ie fire broke out when President ul upheld the loyalty of his insti- ll n la a Wire which stated: Ivhe University administration was aware of the professors' action Vyour telegram was received. I Informed that their protest was ns...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1935

a u A ;i fi K '!. I" $ (h HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS' CLOTHES BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. SMART STYLES - MODERATE PRICES Scholarships Given For Rejection Slips NEW YORK. Their theme song might be "No No A Thousand Times No!" The Washington Square College ot New York University is offering a scholarship to the unpublished author who submits the finest collection of rejection slips. Fannie Hurst and Christopher Mor- ley will help pick the winner. Five points will be given each slip with a bonus for encouraging words. COLUMBIA PREXY SCOFFS AT MARCHERS NEW YORK N. Y. While thou- sands of university students this week looked back on Friday's anti-war demonstrations in many American colleges and universities with doubt- ful apprehension President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia Univer- sity characterized such action as fu- tile and a form of war in itself . "Mere emotional outbursts and de- clarations against war and against paiticipation in war are quite futile" he stated. "Moreover t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1935

ILbbbbbbbbe' c mLO MKET jBBBgwaw Sgsi"7H? u jSfc SBBl XXI. ' No. 25. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 10 1935 PRICE So WIS IS ELECTED STU T BODY PRESIDENT g; the ft Mel. ertC Mct' ft iCKETS LEAVE FOR GEORGE- TOWN AND CONFERENCE MEET Mi. inTHE HOBNOB y Bob L. English ER! Is Is the first time that your edi- aa appeared as your regular edi- nd he wishes to express his ap- b'ltlon and grateful thanks to the nts who saw fit to give him a jjf!6 to dlt the Yellow Jacket. f Allan your editor for the past Apis the cause for the editor-elect on the Job now as he is a sen- id has little time for the paper I preparation to graduate. Dthe elections arc now over and e allowed to settle back into the m existence that we led before the s were handed out some of us ck to romance for solace others -.to study for the finals and oth- y-Jt back down to wait for the JTuon months. When we begin to of the summer months that are 'i us we are sure to be confront- :h the problem of how we are to the days of those t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1935

I r"- f l I III r.Mmf f' JffVJtijJ I fu I m l"4 I 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 Btudent activity. THE STAFF BOB L. ENGLISH Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager JAMES R. SAUNDERS Gilumnist A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter Truett Parker Weita Richmond Reporters. POLICY OF THIS PAPER As the paper has now changed hands due to the wishes of the editor who resigned this past year we feel that it would be best for the students ourselves and everyone connected if we state the policy of the Jacket as we understand it and as we sin- cerely hope that it will be. It is a known fact that an editor cannot please everyone who reads the paper. Therefore the best thing that can be done as we look at the matter is to put out a paper to the best of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1935

m. MM t "li WJ i'.M JACKETS' NEST BOOK EXCHANGE '& "Where You Meet Your Friends" ri P ICE CREAM COLD DRINKS SANDWICHES CIGARETTES AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES dockyard Shavings L i bUitt Officials of this "Institution if 4 pifhtr kimng" proudly point out Sow OMttptW is free of immorality rUcMttoua-' doings while we the jlng1 OBM' sneeringly laugh and y nod our beads. Things have fe far MOUffh. This paper stands Joortlity'and the time has come Ol mese iroerunes aiiu 1HHIMU WW"' " ' ' firtr tmtn notebook. Ah ha! That may not be as simple as it sounds. When a boy stands under a girl's window that isn't news. But when a girl stands under a boy's window ah that's news. But that notebook pretext Is about the silliest we have heard of. To make a big hit with Sir Elbert Whitehead just ask him who his "cou- sin" is. Anybody In Sociology 101 can tell you. 1q our list stands the name of of the Daughtcy fam- 'ewell. 'of the bifocal cheaters N'Stlank'ffrln. Rumor has it that' he (placed the "tie that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1935

jn J KM ' 1 ! i Sheer Silks Share Honors With Crisp Cottons In Early Pre-Views of Summer Fashions With warmer weather drawing1 near many charming summer fash- Ions are actually atking with the wo- men the country over. New arrivals make it plain that sheer silk in pro- fuse vatiety will shale honors for warm weather with crisp cool cot- tons. Shorter Fuller Skirts ' In general the silhouette temains veiy much the same. There is how- ever much evidence- of slightly shor-' ter fuller skirt tieatments. Pleated skirts and skirts with pleated or bias ruffles around their lower edges ate being shown here as well as in smart shops elsewheie. This is being estab- lished as an important mid-summer fashion looking forward to even gi eater play this fall. Fabric inter- est is fotemost in importance. In silks and kindred mateiials sheers both plain and piinted are in the lead -taffeta buffant effects stitched taf- feta and plain taffeta is a leading fa- vorite for the trimming of the sheci cost...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 May 1935

mu) MKET (lv N. 26. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1935. PRICK Se DTORIOUS 2 . LIVING" IS TOPIC OF TALK TODAY ets Are Runner Conf. Meet at Austin Fletcher and ese Better Marks records fell and two more d In Austin Friday May 10 e stars of the Texas Confer- re pitted against one another. Christian College took 62 of ts to take the championship Idle Howard Payne came in rlth a total of 45 13 points. scores of the teams that en- sre Hardin-Simmons 27 13; Baker 18; St. Edwards 5; stern i 13 and McMurry 3. md Austin College members inference did not enter a team leet. r Brown A. C .C. crack dash j star of the day. The Brown ce the long standing record in when he went over the dis- 21:5. He tied two other rec- en he stepped the 100 yard 9:8 and made a leap of 23 ee Inches in the broad jump. irown the high scoring man's ither picked up 7 14 points wildcats. nest sensational feat of the is performed by A. Terry of Simmons who tossed the jav i feet; 8 12 inches to better record set by Wayn...

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