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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

Pago Four THE PRISM Friday. September 22 1916. THE PRIS Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood Texas as second class mail matter. ED PERRY Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. got the new fellow interested in the game. Our rivals say there will not be six persons in their student body without season tickets. How many Howard Payne students will there be without these tickets? FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1916. Associate Editors. C E. Lancaster. Larue Cox W. B. Higglnbotham. J. Frank Weedon. Pearl Weedon. Cecilc Lancaster. W. R. White. J. R. Dorsctt. Dollie Glover. Ethel Neal. Wilbur Duke. Elmer Watson. Effie Baker. E. J. Pylc. The above named persons consti- tute The Prism staff at present. There are one or two positions yet to be filled. " ' The staff met Monday in a get-together meeting. The Prism was the subject of all talks. It is the aim and ambition of the staff to make The Prism the best college weekly in the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

3 m Friday September 22 1916. THE PRISM Page Five Something Stirring A Race for Life 0$frfr)$$ fl 1VJZ tti- I -i !Ar Bar (V . 1-- r t .- rv v ? (Continued from laBt week) nourishing food. When he had gone two-thirds of the distance he stag- gered but recovered. He dared not look behind him but he could hear the hoofbeats drawing nearer and nearer. To him the hoofstrokes sounded like the voice of fate doom- ing him to a horrible death. When thirty yards from the goal the horse- man overtook the runner. Singleton glared down at Lane. The hatred and jealousy which blazed from his eyes seemed meant to wither the re- maining strength In the younger man's body. Singleton laughed sav- agely. Goaded by the brutla laugh of the rider Lane gathered all his fast failing strength for one final effort. As he sped ahead he caught another glimpse of Singleton's face. All the hatred and jealousy had vanished. A gentle .smile had settled upon the features of the older man. He pulled his horse back. L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

Page Six THE PRISM Friday. September 22 1916. oooMeoo ix'AM:.xxM:;xtMHefro) X You Should be Enough Inter- ested in the Athletics of H. P. C. to Buy a SEASON TICKET Without Being Urged by Someone. They are only $5.00 And are Good for any Game in Either Park Played With Either College. The Management I I LYRIC THEATRE A Feature Every Day The Best of Music Matinee 10c Night 10 and lSe DIXIE THEATRE The Home of Paramount Pictures A Continuous Short 10c t ?XXXKK'KKKXXXKXXXX;"XXHXXq GORDON'S BARBER SHOP is a good place for the col- lege boy to get a hair cut or shave. 1MI. IIHASDOX Dentist 202 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 11G lr You need it- We sell it The Lever fills It! J. P. M'LESKEY Headquarters ' for fancy re- pairing and rubber Heels THE"POCKET SELF FILLING" DR. JOJIX IV. SMDER DENTIST 403 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 472 Gamp-Bell Drug Go. (Ideal) . I Fountain Pen I !h4Q4&&rt&&rttff&4 igr o JOHNSON'S Drugs and Groceries I Phones 517-518 Brownwood :...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

Friday September 22 191G. THE PRISM PHILA AND PHILO GIVE OPENING RECEPTION (Continued from page 1.) example of how frivolous matters may mar the most sacred things. The play was entitled "A Woman Won't." This met a very attentive response from the audience and exhibited much talent and preparation. The audience passed to the campus and while refreshments were being served a delightful get-acquainted hour was spent. Page Seven Football Schedule. J. P. EVANS Livery Single and Double Rigs Gentle Saddle Horses Phone 722 BOYSEN'S MARKET Choice Meats of all Kinds Fish and Oysters in season Phone 444 if busy call 443 BROWN WOOD TEXAS Following is the Howard Payne football schedule for season of 191G: September 22 John Tarleton at Brownwood. September 2!) Southwestern at Georgetown. October fi Daniel linker College at Brownwood. October 12 Open. October 20 Trinity ;it Brownwood. October 27 Stamford College at Stamford. November " Open. November M Stamford College at Brownwood. November 21 T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 22 September 1916

.At fit) ) t- Trjjir 2tr'.' Page Eight THE PRISM Friday. September 22 19iG. to OUTLOOK ENCOURAGING FOR FOOTBALLTHISYEAR (Continued from page 3.) WHAT WAS DONE FOB YOU. Ghadwick also a second team man bids fair to land a place at half or an end position. Patterson Taylor Sanson Shelton and Perry all of last year's team are working out and showing their old time form. Barton has just entered school and will be a valuable man on the .squad. One of the most promising new men is Stuart who comes from Ballinger high school where he had four Whether you are egotistic or sel- fish or not it is a pleasing sensa- tion to know that some one has really done something for you. And it must be admitted that generally our grati- fication is in a direct ratio to the greatness of the thing done. This being so you of Howard Payne Col- lege should feel no bounds to your gratefulness because Howard Payne has done great things for you ince last year." More and more efficient means have been added for you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 6 October 1916

Page Two THE PRISM THE PRIS Published every Friday by the stu- denta of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood Texas as second class mail matter. ED PERRY Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. FRIDAY OCT. 6 1916. Of the needed organizations of Howard Payne College the one most needed is a college band. There is nothing that puts pep and enthusiasm Into a college like a band. Within Howard Payne's walls there is enough material for a good college band. We have quite a few students who are fully capable of playing. There should be many more who would be willing to help. There are very few colleges that do not have ibands and we are among that few. Let us begin to think and to act and organize a band. Instruments can be furnished to ten or twelve without cost and with a few more a band can foe organized that will be a credit to Howard Payne and Brownwood. Let's do it. Football season Is just beginning. To win means much to lose also means a great deal. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 6 October 1916

Friday Oct. 6 1916 THE PRISM Page Three i ! THE PHILO SOCIETY. Relation of the Church and Y. M. C. A. & K ; - ( .- - . '. f if The Philo Society Is Bpeedily com- ing into its own. Not in the hlsto-y of the Society have results seemed so promising. We are all very enthusias- tic over Bociety work and with .ho spirit that has been instilled within the hearts of each individual mem- ber uro planning for work and have already begun the accomplishment zt great work during this school year. The Philo has taken into its mem- bership quite a num'ber of young men who are taking hold of the work and who are acquitting them- selves like men The numbers on the program for (he lust meeting were well rendered principally by new men. And not withstanding the fact that some 'were on the floor for the fii3t time the numbers were made Interesting by intensive preparation. The write speaking from experi- ence knows something of the trials that confront the new man especially If !t bo his first exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 6 October 1916

Page Four THE PRISM Friday Oct. 6 1916. COLLEGES FEATURED 5.H.m;'mK.m;K. Sanitary Barber Shop A Clean Towel for Every Man S. P. BUCKLER Prop. X Have Your Work Done at Home f A You do not get any assistance from Comanche. OPEHIG PARADE OF FREE FALL FAIR t Whv tt n thorn ! I s f ) j J. II. Slatoii For Good Things lo Eat Phonos 373 and 372 Fresh Clean Groceries Delivered Quickly HVANS ISflOS. Pageant Opening Fifth An- nual Entertainment Here This Morning Was Gor geous Spectacle. I Ed Selvidge Steam Laundry & Brownwood :::: Texas 2 K::::s'i$t:::. -:::kk"::k:kkX"M"xkxk"XKm"XX . X 66 nwaniimamiicw wmm imm J. F. M'LSSKEY I Ic;i(l(ii;i rt trs lor i'aiic.v rc- I "iiriii'-r and rubber Mods i ii wi wiiiiwiiiiiwii ) win wmiiimnw HI. i;i:.M)U Dentist '(IL' Mrownwood National Bank Hid;. Phono 110. lr WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER CALL 35 ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. College Boys CLEAMXK CLUB $2 Four suits cleaned and pressed each month. I'lTssmtr Club Four suits brushed and pressed $1. Twenty-six fiee shi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 6 October 1916

Friday Oct. 6 1918 THE PRISM Page Five J l COTTAGE HOME NEWS. I We the Cottage Home girls wish to express ou rthanks to those who i have so earnestly endeavored to re- model the building for our coming. We appreciate it very much and will ' try to show you our appreciation by keeping it as a model home. The society spirit is becoming very enthusiastic at the Cottage Home. The other afternoon as I was walk-' ing up the stairway I heard a great uproar in the hall above me. As I reached the top step I heard a girl over in the corner say "Although I am little you can't whip me." "Ho ho!" cried the other girl "I weigh Just about twice as much as you do and I'm a J. S. H." "Yes and I'm an Irving" snapped the other girl. Then the fight began. Around and around they went first this way then that until at last the Little One set the Big One in the cor- ner. ' HOWARD PAYNE LOSES TO SOUTHWESTERN (Continued from page 1.) Pete Anderson BARBER at The SOUTHERN Hotel Appreciates the Student's Trade...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 6 October 1916

page Six THE PRISM Friday Oct. 6 19i. LOCALS W. T. Connelly visited at his home in Cross Plains over Sunday. Miss Estelle McRorey has enroled for another year's work In Howard Payne. Miss Valeria Weldon of Mercury is visiting her sister in the Cottage Home this week. Mrs. Sansom of (Mercury is upend- ing the week here with her children Floyd Leonard Modena and My rile. Miss Sue Taylor of Santa Anna has been enrolled during the past -week. Santa Anna is well represented in Howard Payne this year. The chapel exercises were given over to the Fine Arts faculty last week. The music was appreciated very much by the faculty and students. Miss Rachel Cabe Sims who has been the expression teacher in Howard Payne for the past several years has been selected as secretary of the Baptist Student Missionary Movement of America. She spent the first part of the week here organiz ing Mission 'Classes and flatting tho work before the students. All wish her well in her new field of wor. W. W. Dosey's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 13 October 1916

i Larue Cox Melnoo Ave j K. O v THE PRISM TAYLOR BROS. Phone 800 Tfi f hototfriplitri of Toor Tom GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 Volume 16. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1016. Number ft L WEIGHT AND EXPERIENCE PLEA FOR LIBRARY BEAT YELLOW JACKETS1 TO BE OPEN MONDAY THE HOWARD PAYNE BOYS FOUGHT EVERY MINUTE OF GAME ODDS TOO HEAVY. Fighting against a heavy and ex- perienced team the Yellow Jackets went down in defeat on Friday after- noon when the Daniel Baker team piled up thirty-three points and held them .scoreless. The score seems to indicate that the 'game was disinter- esting but the game fight the Yel STUDENT SAYS "THERE'S A REA- SON" AND THEN PROCEEDS TO GIVE FAVORABLE ONES. H. P. C. STUDENTS AT FREE FALL AR Most everything else in the world needs a rest but a library should bo in use all the time. And in this par- ticular case we think it should be op- ened on Monday. The plea for an open library comes from many sources. In literary society it could low Jackets nut ud until th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 13 October 1916

Pago Two THE PRISM Friday October 13 1916 THE PRIS Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- 'Wood Tcr.s an second class mall matter. fcD PERRY EdltrCWe7 "WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. I'rldnj October HI. IWlff. STUDENT SELF UOVEHX.IIE.VT (By Walter B. Iligginbotham.) During the past two years enough has been said and written about stu- dent self government in Howard "Payne to fill a good size volume yet as far as 1 can see we have made little or no progress in the way of adopting such a method. That a sentiment largely in favor of it has been created by these discussions is toot to be denied but unless some ac- tion can be taken after such a senti- ment has been aroused it seems to ne to be sheer stupidity and a waste bf time to continue the propagation of such a movement. Now do not misunderstand me and think for a moment that I am not a proponent of student self government ifor I am. 1 am also fully aware that it takes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 13 October 1916

v Friday October 13 1916. r-ju"-. t .--iL THE PRIM imnnJUJi J8.I.UH .Jl.AU.. J . .. -t1 r"-. - - '- . T v.w-.-' .--. l!w . ' l. ll- A Page Three rcrp" ? i i x T T T t T t t Y T f t T Y ;X This Store Solicits the Business of People Who Wear Clothes And want the right sort of clothes. We carry a very large stock of Wearing Apparel and sell goods at moderate prices VISIT THIS STORE OFTEN GILLIAM BROTHERS $$$444$ ? J ? Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y T Y Y T Y t ? Y t t Y Y t Y Y gM$H$MgH$H2M3M$Hg" $M$M$m4$M$M$nM SULLY Wants Your Whiskers 208 East Baker Street J. J. HAYES & 00 TAILORS French Dry Cleaners Next to Chamber of Com. merce. Phone :120. IK. IIRAXDON Dentist 202' Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 116. lr t IR. J01IX W. SNYDER DENTIST 403 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 472 NORWOOD'S Sanitary Barber Shop Barber SllOp A lean Towel for Every Man Invites You to Visit Them S. P. BUCKLER Prop. ' pi J. II. Staton Single aitul Double Kips For Good Things to Eat . Gentle Saddle Horses Phone 7...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 13 October 1916

Pago Pour THE PRISM Friday October 13 191C 'Ik . r i 1 1 K ... Students Are especially invited to visit my Greenhouse. Al- ways assured of courteous and (air dealings. Have juit received a shipment of Bulbs. Grow a few in your rooms. Mrs. C. L. Stetfins I'honc 249 Cor. linker and Booker Pete Anderson BARBER at The SOUTHERN Hotel Appreciates the Student's Trade Hayworth & Johnson On the square cater to every one who wants a good haircut for 25c nnnwnsM Hardware Implements and Furniture Heel Hardware Co The Elite Cigars Cigarettes anil Tobaccos Shines 5i: 208 Center Till: I'll I Ml SOCIETY. BOYSEN'S MARKET Choice Feats of all Kinds Fish iinil Ovstors in s'is n Phcne AMii busy cill 443 MUOWNWOOI). TKXAS ( Society life in Howard Payne Col- lego especially a certain form means mncli !o the individual student. It is a question in the mind of each member of a literary society us to whether he understands how much it does mean lo li'm. In flic Pliilo we hae :i loyal membership. Young me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 13 October 1916

. 're r" ..''-r " -J" " ': J h Friday October 13 1916. LOCALS Zl Hugh McCulloch of Goldthwaite visited here last week. Miss Pearl Mitchell of Valeria vis- ited her sister Maude here last week. Erie Roberson's mother and father visited him for a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Richmond of Blanket attended the fair here last week. 'Mr and 'Mrs. Bert Speed of Gus- tlne were visitors in the college last week. Edward Palmer of Gustine a grad uate of H. P. C came over for the game last Friday. 1 Miss Myra Daniron's mother father brother and sisters from Blanket visited her last week. Miss Myrtle Burke a former H. P. C. student visited friends here last week. Willard Wooden of Ballinger was THE PRISM hero for the game last week. He was one of our baseball pitchers last year. Miss Oslo Kincaid a former H. P. C. student came over from Rochelle last week to attend the fair and football game. Miss Eva Sewcll of Miles a former H. P. C. student visited in the col- lege last week and atten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 13 October 1916

Page Six THE PRISM Friday October 13 1916 WEIGHT AND EXPERIENCE BEAT YELLOW JACKETS (Continued from page 1.) thoughts cause evil deeds and these deeds in this case could he summed up in the word "dirt." The lineup of the Yellow Jackets was changed considerably during the JOHN BARBER'S Barber Shop Caters to Student Trade iiiiililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim Safety First Crating Citizens Dray Line M. M. CURRIER Prop. E E Hauling Storage E Thimimiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit game 'but no one of the team was carried out on account of injuries. Goodwin quarterback for the Yellow Jackets was the only man who was able to make any gains for them. Green was always on the job at left end and was successful several times in throwing his opponent for loss. Prentice was the star of Daniel Ba- ker's team making three out of the five touchdowns of the game. ' The Hill Billies scored their first touchdown after about two minutes of play. Howard Payne received the kickoff on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1916

7 """ f .tit. j THE PRIS TAYLOR BROS. Phono 81)0 The Photographers of Yonr Town GUYER the Tailor LMionc- 60 Volume 10. BR0W'W00D TEXAS FHIDAY OCTOIIElt' 21) l!H; Number ? YELLOW JACKETS DEFEATED BY BEARS 11AYL0K USES POItWAIII) PASS AT WILL II. 1 C. TEA3I UXAHLE TO STOP EM) 1UXS. Outclassed in every department of the game Howard Payne football team was beaten by Baylor Univer- sity of Waco yesterday afternoon at Howard Payne Athletic field by a score of 1G to 0. Despite a cold north wind that was blowing a large crowd was present and the H. P. rooters kept things lively with their yells. The game was fast throughout and many spectacular plays were made that held the interest of the visitors until the last. The Bears used the forward pass with more ease and success than has ever been seen om the gridiron in Brownwood. With the exception of three long end runs all of the scores were the result oVpasses. One of the other passes put them in easy striking distance of the goal. Tlie Yello...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1916

Pago Two THE PRISM Friday October 20 191C THE PRIS Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood Texas as second class mall matter. ED PEItRY Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. FRIDAY OCTOBER 20. 191C. Student Self-Government. During the latter part of last year a great deal of thinking talking anO planning was done by the student association on the subject of student Self-government. Progress was made even to the extent of appointing a student committee to co-operate with the faculty in formulating a constitu- tion under which the Student Associa- tion might work. But right here for some reason or other the good work stopped. "Why can't we succeed in establish- ing some form of student self-government? The school is a community in which each student has citizenship for four years. This community is maintained solely for the good of its citizens. Where is the trouble that prevents each citizen from having his s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1916

Friday October 20 1916. THE PRISM Page BOYSEN'S MARKET Choice Meats of all Kinds Fish niul Oysters in senson Phone 444 if busy call 443 BHOWNWOOD TEXAS Hardware Implements and Furniture Neel Hardware Co Young .Men's Christian Association. JOHN BARBER'S Barber Shop Caters to Student Trade Hayworth & Johnson On the square cater to every one who wants a good hair cut (or 25c GORDON'S BARBER SHOP is a good place for the col- lege hoy to get a hair cut or shave. Pete Anderson BARBER at The SOUTHERN Hotel Appreciates the Student's Trade Mr. Jesse R. Wilson State Student Secretary of the Young Men's Chris- tian Association was here last week and gave the men students some real uplifts in their Christian work. Agal'i and again enthusiasm has been kindled but allowed to (He within a few weeks. This time the cabinet force is determined to carry the en- thusiasm throughout the year. What will be your share in giving Howard Payne one of the best asso- ciations she has ever had? We already h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1916

' lago Pour THE PRISM Friday October 20 1916 "VMM'4H&SMSH&6M&4SMSMSiM2MSM044MS4'4' k. Complete Line of Published ev " jp dents of Ha'andrancy fenTeTe Groceries wood- . . matter'ays on Hand and at ED p- the Right Prices LiohnF. Wilson Grocer 0 8mm8mMm.h8mMmM int. .ioiix y. sxydek DENTIST 40.'1 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 472 PI?. URAXDOX Dentist 202 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 116. lr str. ing mf w Sanitary Barber Shop A Clean Towel for Every Man foS. P. BUCKLER Prop. ITU Ci rJ. H. Staton sn 'i For Good Things to Eat phones 373 and 372 .1. S. II. SOCIETY HAS INTERESTING PROGRAM While we fell off somewhat in at- tendance last Friday on account of the entrance examinations conflicting with the meeting we had one of the most enthusiastic meetings we have had this year. The program was on the life and works of Riley. Each girl answered roll call with a quotation from this great American poet. Miss Glover gave an interesting sketch of his life and named a numbe...

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