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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1935

fc? 1:3 M 31 tH ItV !( J-1 (A In N r lV M F! I.U Itf 11 U'J w kyj iy I'iiti YELLO JACKET 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 Intel collegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. never be done so long as the students and team think it is easy for the Yellow Jackets were never easy and never will be. Perhaps you consider me as an old-fashioned ex who has no business saying anything but I am voicing the opinion of all the exes and we have gone long enough without a victory over How- ard Payne. What we want is blood and we want it to be Yellow Jacket blood. Hopefully yours AN EX. thing for all of us to ponder over but seemingly we can do ;.. it if en ut will let. it crn as it is. Now fellow students we sincerely hope that the above mil tioned Who's Who in Howard Payne mee...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1935

J. L BROWN & SON JEWELERS WELCOME THE EXES WITH A WIN OVER SIMMONS Not too late to order that Thanksgiving Suit from SOUTHERN HOTEL CLEANERS Sandy M. King "Master of the Tape" WELCOME EXES START YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY WHILE OUR STOCK IS FRESH AND LARGE 222 Center venue YELLOW JACKETS M Ife l! V BEAT SIMMONS GET YOUR HAIRCUT AT MACS BARBER SHOP Across from Tennis Courts YELLOW JACKET TAP RS SUITS DRESSES TOPCOATS Cleaned and Pressed 250 Across Street from Howard Payne Barn ATTENTION CO-EDS BEAUTIFUL COATS AND DRESSES AT SAVINGS YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD OF SO EARLY IN THE SEASON KNOBLER'S STYLE SHOP Style - Quality - Price Lankf ord's Leather & Shoe Shop 2 1 0 Center Phone 2297 "FOR HOWARDPAWE MY AWLM THE BETTER SERV.ICE AT THE SAME PRICE BEAT SIMMONS AND GET THE GAMES ON THE New Philco Radio DUBLIN & CANON Welcome Exes HIGHTOWER $ DECIMIMT rnilDJiNV A Home Product WE ARE GLAD YOU ARE HERE THE VOGUE Ladies Smart Apparel 206 Center Welcome Exes JACKETS LET'S SHOW THE EXE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1935

f I IP I If t t i M M it! l1 S? i i f: K I I 'i i JACKETS READY FORBATTLE f v TeP91!& l V'-Bfe McAdoo Keaton is the newly elect-1 tated as the best in Texas for two tEfe ;cS4' oKIKES Js 1"' &v!.. yTrfe &'-lff yli ed head mentor of the Yellow Jackets .seasons. The Jackets won the cham- ?sWl!ll& '&? ii 'ixORi!WiHlfPl lsv Vj('v utvfv. s jj. -ni msk& k a .. wat i t.i -im sit -.. ' .. ui ...... .... vh Tir'ntini RBnd- l wviKaBat -...: s. .x-.-. kif ; 4n9n m&&& aar's. Brady Thomas Brady Thomas is a Btownwood Hi School product coming to the Jackets with a veiy good Hi School iceotd He is playing in his junior yeat for the Jackets having letteicd last' sea- son. Brady plays half and with his 160 pounds produces more drive than any man on the squad. This is Bi.uly's hrst game against the Cowboys but he has no love for them and will give them plenty of trouble. CONFERENCE SCORES- (Continued from page 1) 7 Daniel Baker 19 12 Southwestern 0 St Edward's. 13 We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1935

OWHANDS SEEN IN ACTION TODAY AS " ( BsBBavBBB MHaWal sPI iWBsT - - m& iaaj sjriaBBaaaaBBm PH IfKaHaLH is x fil Pete Tyler the 180-pound back- Id flash from Clyde Texas is one the greatest backs in the Texas inference today Tyler Is an excel- it kicker and his great punts have pt the enemy's of the Simmonltes the hole in every game. His great kicks enabled the Cowhands to hold the powerful Southern Methodist Mus- tangs to a 18-6. As well as being a great kicker Tyler is a fast and hard running back and once he gets into the open he is plenty hard to bring down. JBAaVaaVflaVflaa -- vaBwJLVflBHBwAaV- BaWaKBBWaVaVaVaWaVamll CKoweuu ;- tfovtei.u BucfcvHowell Is the smallest man on CoWhand team but what he lacks i weight he makes up in speed. How- I la the fastest man in the Texas inference and his speed makes him ay valuable in the Simmons back- lid. Mick hails from Snyder Texas Ml ! playing his last game against Jackets. MU. (H V Elton Murpny comes from the neighboring city of Brady...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1935

iy t If l w Yd m H BEAT SIMMONS Buy Something New to Wear to the Game New Bradley Sports Garments just unpacked Many new Coats Suits and Dresses arrived on today's express Bettis & Gibbs Inc. Headquarters for College Girls' Clothes. COWBOYS BOAST (Continued from page 1) the Juckets this afternoon. Should he need any iclief at any time Clatk Jarnigan will be ready to take over the duties and by doing so will not weaken the lineup. The Jackets will take the field against the powerful Cowboys doped to lose by at least thiee touchdowns but the Jackets have never conceded the Cowhands a thing in the way of dope and have upset the old dope bucket several times in past years. Whether they will again do this will not be known until after the fracas this afternoon. It is the opinion of many people that the Jackets will take a terrific lashing but one can never tell. All of the weaiers of the dear old Blue and Gold will be in tip top shape to meet Kimbiough and his gang in this afternoon'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 November 1935

HOWARD . ms . PAYNE f-L S READ THE STUDENT )N8TITUTIC ELLO r?' . " J THI3 WEEK H ft JyjlBi(VrnVm H LL m " H y H B XXII. No. 11 THE HOBNOB Bob L. English I The Simmons game has come and yxm and although the Jackets went own la defeat before their ancient Ivals they did so playing the best ame Of the season and in a blaze t (lory. Everyone who played for loaches Keaton and McCarver played he beet game that he has played this ear and the hard cracking on each Ide Bowed the many spectators that he game was a typical Simmons- toward Payne game. I It seems as though the honorable jruce Frances was not all at the ame ai Is shown by the write-up in !e Star-Telegram Sunday morning. he "sever wrong" sports scribe who usposedly gives the two colleges here i Brownwood publicity in the Fort iforth and Dallas papers called most f the game very badly Saturday and y seeing the game and then reading M aaornlng paper you could readily M..that the honorable Mr. Francis a new pair of specs. A The .writ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 November 1935

m i i4 !2 li its TCULO M V V'i&i;.PF I ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year .$1-00 W 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. THE STAFF BOB L ENGLISH Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager STANLEY COPPINGER Asst. Business Manager A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Writers TRUETT PARKER Religious Reporter JOE McDONOUGH Columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist OVA LEE FARMER Columnist Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters Accordingly he uses his mouth-piece Penn to deride and chide in a most clever manner his step-brother Howard in all his endeav- ors in competitive sports because the chip was not permitted to be placed on his shoulder. In black bold type ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 November 1935

fi JACKET-COWBOY PLAY BY PLAY loward Payne elected to kick off ilwhi oiuiiiiuiis ueieuuing me ouuiu ilAU Of -l---.ll it.- n-.it. 'tMeJ. Fletcher klrkeri tn ninrv on UM 25 where he was downed by Har low. Tyler picked up 2 yds. Stopped by Rogers. Mahourn made a yard Mag stopped by O'Brien. Tyler punted to Archer on the 25 who brought it back to midfleld. Sunder- MB picked up 3 yds. Stopped by Mc- Afen. Wedeman was stopped by I Crewell for no gain. Sunderman I pjyed to Nunnally was Incomplete. I flhipuially punted to Russell but the .'ftajr was called back and S-SU was Lmillzed fifteen yards for roughing Vittfc kicker. Wedeman punched the IN for 2 yds. Stopped by McAdon. jvVaderman passed to Nunnally for a pMta of 7 yds. Wedeman fumbled and HjiMBell recovered for Simmons on VtMH. P. C. 30. Russell picked 11 1 yd.- and a first down on the Jackets It.'.. Russell made two yards being ttofped by the right side of the How-- ud Payne forward. Tyler picked up 8 yds. Stopped by Lusk. Tyler's r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 November 1935

IV Ik NEW THINGS IN LADIES APPAREL Among the real new things In Indies' apparel arrived by today's ex- press Suits Coats and Dresses Never have we seen such really smart suits- we would say cleer suits trim- med In such furs as teal-fox ftench beaver and brown dyed squirrel etc. Suit's that earlier In the season sold for twice the price. The coats art- high style at a low cost they are new In every detail have plenty of what it takes to put them over. Newer dresses beautifully styled and fashioned In a youthful manner they have the smart details that ap- peal to young sophisticates. The mateiials are those used In the finest dtesscs and are now here at much lower prices. All over flic stole you will find lovely new gift merchandise it isn't too eaily to make your selections as some of the new merchandise is so attractive that later all will be sold out. Remember you aie always welcome to come and see whether you wish to pui chase or not. Bcttls &. Gibbs Inc. LIFE SERVICE The Ilo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 December 1935

m I HOWARD Mi PAYNE jJ " M READ PT -5-SE-t -w isaWssF' . wViPd -v A fivv-hmJI Phone student Ld I If llAflMf I V IX Lj I I Southern Hotel constitution V W I 11111 HuM I LJk I 1 1 I I Cleaners L' thiswbEk liili f liOi flkflVjl IjI J I L SandyKing 'Volume XXII. No. 12 YELLOW THE HOBNOB Bob L. English .Otwj i . i fc It 1s with a great deal of pleasure that we see that the city has again decided to use the old method of par- allel parking. The streets of town aeem to be much wider and there is not near so much danger of running Into someone as there has been in the put Football season is now over and the of all the students will turn to rs of a different type. Old man rossance is due to progress much rapidly than he has in the past months and things in general are certain to pick up in a few days. The dormitory will not be neglected so much as it has been during the foot- ball season and the parlors will not become dusty because of lack of use. Look out girls don't take the first one tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 December 1935

i;n -4! rr u M I kl l H N i. IS H I f- f p ti I) v.. I to i- m 3 P" A m. n. r. & m m m Ji Mi I 'I mi YELLO MM 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. THE STAFF BOB L ENGLISH Editor WOODROW SMITH Business Manager LINDSAY DUBLIN Associate Editor J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. Business Manager STANLEY COPPINGER Asst. Business Manager A. C. GARVIN Special Reporter HENRY WILSON and SCOTT Y JACKSON Sports Writers JOE McDONOUGH Columnist JAMES R. SAUNDERS Columnist OVA LEE FARMER Columnist Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Reporters DON'T LET THAT SPIRIT DIE! Now that the football season has been completed there will be a tendency for the spirit to lag a bit. Unlike many students would have you believe football is not the only thing t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 December 1935

JACKET -PIRATE ' jfl'l ' There was a strong wind blowing from the North and H. P. C. elected to defend the North goal with South- western kicking off. - Barnes kicked to Archer on the flve and he brought It back to 29 Where he was downed by Barnes. Wedeman off tackle picked up 5 yds. Stopped by Barnes. Rogers on Uie next play fumbled and South' Western recovered. Couser made 3 yds. Stopped by Rogers. Turner through the center picked up 6 yds. Stopped by Rogers. Barnes picked up 2 and a first down. Stopped by Fletcher. Couser was thrown for a 2 yd. loss by O'Brien Couser was stopped for no gain by t"' Wedeman. Pass Couser to Erekson Was Incomplete. Couser passed to Turner who went to the Jacket five being brought down by Harlow. Barnes made 3 yds. Stopped by Rogers. Turner made 1 yd. Stopped . try forward wall. Couser went to -foal line. Stopped by O'Brien. Turn- 7t on the next play went over for a touchdown. Couser's try for cxtia point was good. Barnes kicked to Nunnally on the fiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 December 1935

f h &1 II II t? IA' m wi Ml- NEW GIFTS Many indescribable new creations Gifts nev- er before heard of things that are really new and different. Pay Us a Visit and See for Yourself BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes JACKETS OVERPOWER (Continued from page 1) intr like a lackrabbit back but he I was finally closed in on the 12 and downed. Marshall picked up a couple from this point and on the second try j raced off tackle for the score. White-1 head's try was no good This ended I the scoring for the afternoon but as the game ended the Jackets had the agate on the one yard line and a first down. Starting Line Up: H. P. C 24 Southwestern 7 West Weaver Left End. Harlow Hoke Left Tackle. Fletcher Byrd Left Guard. O'Brien (Co-Capt.) Simmons Center. Simmons Bishop Right Guard. Lusk Erekson Right Tackle. WedPinan Taylor Right End. Aicher Couser Quarter Back. Thomas Turner Left Half Back. Nunnally Orr Right Half Back. Rogers Barnes Full Back. First downs: H. P. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 December 1935

HOWARD AM PAYNErZl rP WRITE YOUR TO? I CTTCD Tfl SANTA CLAUS NOW! WMftieXXM. No. 13. PEP SQUAD HONORS VARSITY WITH TV J... FIFTY-THREE STUDENTS MAKE tr - HONOR ROLL 4 jli'T jr. THE HOBNOB Bob L. English CMy seven more school days until Jhrlsrmas. Early next week the stu- tentsTwIU begin to slip off one by one isd by Friday afternoon only those who are cursed with living here will remain. But such is life when you live In a college town and all of the Idda go home. It is one more lone- tome feeling to stroll over the campus luring the holidays and be able to see 10 one. However the short rest and that Christmas feed plus that new pair of socks and a shirt will more than make up for the loneliness. It Kerns to us that an idea submit- ted by one or two of the influential students by which there would be no school after Christmas until January Slsa very good one. There would be only two school days Thursday and Friday missed and these students have suggested that the first two Sat- urda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 December 1935

- Il ly I" I p Itf h. !( w I'' I ItfJ a SJ fel In lM ft (Mi mu) WW uTSmIW I FAaNE ia MMT Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 ar 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. THE STAFF BOB L ENGLISH WOODROW SMITH LINDSAY DUBLIN J. L. CONNERS Jr Asst. STANLEY COPPINGER Asst. A. C. GARVIN HENRY WILSON and SCOTTY JACKSON . . . JOE McDONOUGH JAMES R. SAUNDERS OVA LEE FARMER ED CLARK Truett Parker and Lois Mercer Editor Business Manager . Associate Editor Business Manager Business Manager . Special Reporter . . .Sports Writers Columnist Columnist Columnist Religious Reporters our lives; lives that will make this old world a better place in which to live long after we have gone. COLLEGE YOUTHS CONSIDER GOOD MANNERS TABOO . Among the rights of man is not included the righ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 December 1935

LYRIC Saturday midnight sunday and monday tO THOSE WHO FARE YOUNG k ... .w- nd to those who have been in love . . . Eugene IUMIU 19 MVWIVMIVWI ' youth of America. ..maefino U$ i-..- i i i i ijwririr ior ana irmpiuiium n WIDRMS nHO?l CURINCI BROWN'S PRODUCTION lUrrlng WALLACI BEERY with LIONEL ARRYMORE Mm MacMahoa trie Undtn. Ctcllia orkr Spring Bylngltn AfOldayn yet muu Ministerial Council O. W. Huffman led in a splendid rvotlon the commission to preach erywhere; even on the streets. Then general business discussion followed. A splendid rally was held at Rock- ood Baptist Church where Melvin taw Is pastor. The weather was iltadid and a large crowd was out. unusually good program was ren- ired by Dr. Davis Dr. Todd Dr. oraburg Loyd Simmons Dorothy Ucok Elizabeth Truly Raymond imcron and G. T. Cunningham. A 12.00 mission offering was taken. Thoee who supplied the past week id were M. W. Richardson Rochelle; enneth Hlner Brookesmlth; Robert rawer Holder (three additions by Iter); Rober...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 December 1935

fc sv ?t c'2 W f" r J irj hi lai II M n tVj li 14 5 Nrtiiii Improvements Noted! Book Worms Tak InF orensics Ping Pong Match i A great improvement has beer not- ed In forensics In this organization over last year Although only three debates have been held so far this year those discussions have led tt.e coach Mrs Leta. Newby Sheltcn and the old members of the club to a rea- lization of great possibilities for the coming forensic year The first debat held between Lied- sey Dublin and Albert McChrt'ty negative and G. Royalty Hopson and Hugh England affirmative gave rise to many new phases of the question and stimulated interest on its inherent possibilities The second debate be- tween Jeff Moore and Loyd Simmons negative and Cameron and Charles Mathews affirmative showed much Improvement over the work dene by debaters this time la5t year The third debate between David Morris and Hmer affirrnati'. e and Pitts and Baush negative: led to the prrp.-sai of open house discussion5 In th last ...

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

I iteWW XXII. No. 14 COB-BOB Stanley Coppinger rhe first thing to acknowledge is to re thanks to the staff for being so tient kind etc. and bestowing np- the'Fish such an honor as letting Xti be the proud parents of a news- per entirely their own. So may we t Juat Thanks-a-Milllon Mr. Eng- a and Smith. tejatavClaus being just nround-the mer reminds us all of the time Ma "Hi' didn't need any of the so- tted (Xmas Spirit) in order to have good time but instead we would ng our sock up Mother would tuck in early and we would pray for 8 poor children on down the street. Congratulations are in order and to ne other than the Pep Squad for ch a touching program and banquet Id In the Gold Room of a down wn hotel. Being indebted to some e and not knowing who this wri- r persuaded the elevator girl to stop ig enough for a short visit and gaze on .the athletic minded group of idents. lira. .Let a N. Shelton was doing her t of running the scale with her Jit ardent listener being none other an Cl...

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

i lie I N iii raio WW vSv'B I ftCKEI Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year .$1.00 58 & rit vr 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. THE STAFF EDITOR STANLEY COPPINGER BUSNESS MANAGER.J. L CONNER Jr. Assistant Editor Columnist Reporter bob english woodrow smith elton greenlee joe Mcdonough scotty jackson lindsey dublin HOLL1S COLLINS LOIS MERCER MARY FLEMING PRINTERS DEVIL GARBAGE COLLECTOR PENCIL SHARPENER OFFICE BOY CIGARETTE LIGHTER STOOGE FOR CAP SHELTON vwwwmvwwwwAMvwv Barnyard Scrapings SENIORS LEHER TO GRAMPAP f He's the guy that gathers the dirt yes the lowdown about you and me; he's the most nonchalant guy on the campus; the man with the brown and white checkered trousers and the black hat; he scandalizes you whether you deserve It or not; (don't look ...

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

ETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS St tf ibit.Ole Santa Claus: X1KS..1 ttailo Santa how Is everything in ayttM? Has old man depression vls- tad.tke North Pole yet? I reckon t'apNtty cold up there isn't It. Well Udatl guess I will get very much Jtfaiysjar but there are a few things ifcat'dtf shore would like to have. If tn Mat1 asking too much I would like Mm the following: j Tenew deluxe packages one for r?7BRy ana toe omer xor aunuay; &new wardrobes also a few Iwith the Howard Payne beau- ithalleve me some of these skirts I'tot-kat so hard on the eyes. Bring MQS ' little rubber dollle about the itM 0.that cute little Francis Baker (M'ttmt talks and sleeps and cries tt AS I am just a country lad come to ollsgtj I would like for papa and "oaaa to get a new slop bucket and M axe. They could also use a (Wftove as the one we have is so old hat lie museum has offered a preml- m for it. Saata I will leave the front un- icked Christmas night so you can lip qaltely Into the house and fill our ocksy ...

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