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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1936

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 October 1936

1 HOWARD I'm Qolng to Pete Anderson's BARBER SHOP Southern Hotel Bldg. Aren't You 7 fclume XXIII. No. 4. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 1936 Prlos 5 Cent Yr PAYNE J-Z S Lj III JmTSBPGn I m 1 tH I I SouthernHotel I I I I W W'Wtffflfl A lW ill . I .11 SandynKing rt H I VI il im. w w tfl VJfiiA yhB mLW. A m V Ls jackets Meet Tigers In Conference Game 3DBCATS ARE TAKEN BY DETERMINED YELLOW JACKETS LAST FRIDAY SAME TO BE CALLED AT EIGHT O'CLOCK TOMORROW NITE THE HOBNOB By Bob English Those Jackets arc still going strong. Vith two great games behind them bey turn their undivided attention to Joaference play this week-end when key clash with the Trinity Tigers in . night game here tomorrow. Come out to pep meeting tonight kid 'Show those men that you want hem to win. They have a great team ad a great spirit -it is up to the stu- leat body to help them continue as hey have begun. If they do it will tttan that we will all see a gieat sca- on; one of the best that Howard ayne has ever see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 October 1936

If S3 mOVfWJACKET 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. THE STAFF BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Manager A. C. GARVIN Assistant Editor C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor WILSON FIELDER LINDSEY DUBLIN Special Writers LOUISE BISHOP Society Editor VICTOR HORN Reporter Orville Pratt Mossy Myrick G. Royalty Hopson Columnists HAL CHERRY Columnist ROBERT HAVINS Assistant Sports M"'gg I mil-" "IVI"AV I JLbZ - - . miniw- ..vi i TVU uuw MEETS lU"""' of college youths as to their views on war and peace tions were asked ; one i their views on " .utt" vas ' 'Will yl-ve this country ofigh a Will vnii finht if this cuntry is waded i nitr'ii iiiftir The other one asKeci win jun !..- - - .. an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 October 1936

ckyard Shavings ) you Idiots. !jr me! You should have all o the brawl held ut the gill's Thursday night. A gala time ad by one and all and many very very Interesting sights reen. The affairs started off formal like but after a few of cocktails the dignity woie d the gals started telling stor- the boys and the boys imme- vbegan to blush and icply with f traveling salesmen and such more were passed around and H party hit It's stride. Ab Mc- f was seen trying to push a or something down the fiont but was stopped by a vase ? directed to the base of his William Stanley was running I -as If he owned the jernt all He Miss McCrosky was Implor- n to sit down and save the fur- f The radio was smashed tvJthe wall by a couple of play- ys playing pussy-wants-n-cor-)d all the antique chatts were )'bulld a bon-flre In celebiatlon 'announcement that the thlid rould be cleared next week and held therein. You just should den there. have been infoimcd through i' and sundry sources that a ir from the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 October 1936

trra vv. KSa it ! 1' i w TODAY'S ARRIVALS SMART Sports Dresses Sports Coats Twin Sweaters Wool Skirts Smart Raincoats New Sports and Dress Shoes These are some of the new things now being unpacked arriving by today's express. L BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. College Girls Clothes WW'WtfWWW JACKETS MEET TIGERS (Continued from page 1) Ing ability. McCall will share the punting duties with Cauthen with Pruitt taking over the kicking duties when he is In the game. Turner is a line plunger with exceptional ability and when only a few yards are needed he will be called on to show his stuff. The Trinity foiwaid wall is the best in the history of the school and will be led by the all-Conference Pete Cole at left tackle with Chapman a letter- man at the other tackle. Cole was about tops in tackles in the Confer- ence last year being topped only by doo uanow or Howard Payne. He is big and rugged wirh plenty of fight with his specialty being defensive play. At the wings will be Howoith and Emerick le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1936

HOWARD Mf DAVMF u I'm Going to Pete Anderson's BARBER 8HOP Southern Hotel Bldg. Aren't You? ks kw kssT -'Bw'BBr 1 wflBaV A Dl lima xxill. No. 5. THE HOBNOB By Bob English fcwnob ater .... bra we are aealn and we hone vou I It As you have already noticed rs'tnan likely the Jacket is a bit and from the tvne of Darjer that I have been accustomed to reading tka past four weeks. But be that Ittmay we have changed the inner kings of the erstwhile rag and we i.jrou like it. If you don't we Mike it. III Imlml UmKm I C W I I Southern Hotel llll IVW ill W I UI Im III Cleaners I vl jm jJ f Txll jwJryL Jm mj 1 j I L SandyKing -. Prlea 5 Cant BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1936 Yellow Jacket Staff Reorganized tor the remainder of the year as U possible we are going to at- ipt to bring you a college news pa- rtaitead of the regular bull sheet rarer we will not depart entirely n the sport of the Spanish Ath- for who could enjoy the paper ill without the regular "Stockyard .Vlngs" and "Slime's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1936

m& J.1 5ii' Is-M -I i rxi. i rae&n &H' & "J?.'" TTT.7 K 1 '? aw vj-f?- ?' '- 4 rusVSSr-. FfcT.- xse v ' J sis r -.;-! '".-- ! ff .T. .- 1 i. " l& V it . &tf frl- 4 B re- 4 v?i a&as w aa haM rit . ri;? fcT " feJC -ss YELLO 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 Eaptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY '. Manager A. C. GARVIN News Editor Victor Horn Louise Bishop SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor Robert Havins Roy Fox LINUSEY DUBLIN Feature Editor Wilson Fielder Orville Pratt Mossy Myrick G. Royalty Hopson Hal Cherry C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager IIgB9gBf& TAKE CARE OF THE PROPERTY The speeches in chapel Monday morning given by several of the faculty were very opportune. We a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1936

SPORTS ' j vi i Jackets Meet Rams In Non-Conference Tilt Tomorrow 1 IB. dirj SED lair! kid :o. BljS b JACKETS TAKE CONFERENCE OPENER WITH 21-0 COUNT PASSING ATTACK FLASHED FOR FIRST TM DURING SEASON; LOOKS GOOD In their first conference game of tftfe' season the Howard Payne Yellow JafckWU chalked up a 21-0 victory over the Trinity University Tigers last Friday night in a game packed with thrills. Pacing practically the same team that held them to a scoreless tie laat year In Waxahachie the Yel- low Jacket unleashed a dazzling run- ning game combined with a near per- fect overhead game to file up twenty- one point while the Jacket defense kepi the Tigers from ever once mak- ing a serious threat. The invaders never once penetrated the Jackets 30 yard line" and vciy few times during the evening did they ever get' inside Jacket territory. This game put the Jackets in a thre way tic with Daniel Baker and McMurry for the lead In the current race for the Texas Conference Championship. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1936

l )i ji il 1 L i' I 'Si '!' t. i 1 1 . . HMHHjjj!f3fl MAJOR BOWES' AMATEURS IN PERSON AT LYRIC SUNDAY A teal treat is In store for theatre fans of Brownwood when the Major Bowes' All-Star Amateur Show opens Sunday at the Lyric. This is the first time one of the Major Bowes' Shows has been booked for a personal ap- peal unce In Brownwood. Every per- son In Brown should turn out to see this grand show and to show their appreciation to Meicer Colman Lyric manager for his efforts in bringing to Biownwood one of the best known .shows on the road today. Theie aie eight big acts In the show headed by none other than "Skeets" Simmons hobo. "Skeets" gives Barn- yard Imitations and pulls several very clever gags. One of his cleverest gags is his explanation of the differ- ence between a hobo tramp and a bum. Mitchell wizard of the banjo and harmonica has practically stopped the show in every theatre in which the show has played. He is a master with both instruments. Mike Ballet o impel sonato...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1936

HOWARD mr paynf jj -t rM ...... 1 tyy -w rri w r -w a i "- vi phone ESI' Pt. Andean.. ill LflL A slBX BTl 61 J & barbershop m B I M HlfiHllri I m M B J 0 ... I Ml Southern Hotel Bldg. W P III SfMf flMm I m lW h" I I Southern Hotel g Aren't You? I V If If J-'fJkT'i M'"kAiM I LJ I l I I Cleaners Vtume XXIII. No. 6. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1936 IKE HOBNOB By Bob Engllth we're still working on that Special Train. The response of the students thus far has been disgusting- ly poor. If there be those among our gallant body who care not to ride the trtla to McMurry then we are indeed aorry that we decided to charter the train because we thought all of the student would be only too glad to accompany us on the first special that the Institution has had for four years. And low is the man who goeth home on that week-end merely because we have a holiday on account of the spe- cial. If you don't care anything for the school and the student body as a whole you should respect yourse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1936

;i w i :) 'I' i 'I '3 "4 hi! in TfELLO ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year .$1.00 &e 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. T II E S T A T F BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRlSTV Manager A. C. GARVIN News Editor Victor Horn Louise Bishop SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor Robert Havins Roy Fox L1NHSEY DUBLIN Feature Editor Wilson Fielder Orville Pratt Mossy Myrick. G. Royally Hopon Hal Cherry C. L. KERRY ShUtant Business Manager COLLEGE STUDENTS ACHIEVE LITTLE SI CtLSS Just a little more than curious a Harvard graduate ot i.m recently sent questionnaires to 620 members of his class. Of the 547 who answered the questionnaire 23 are in no .- Who." Eighteen volumes of poetry were written by me cuus. x of which were the works of one man. Six novels were produced th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1936

SPORTS ackets Meet Jinx Team Tomorrow Night AUSTIN COLLEGE EXPECTED TO PUT UP GREAT SCRAP AT HOME IMS FALL BEFORE ONSLAUGHT OF DETERMINED JACKET ELEVEN ( Yellow Jackets from Howard e Journeyed to Cleburne last and took the T. W. C. Rams w to the tune of 21-0 In a non- rence affray that saw the Jack- irn loose their powerful running k to roll up the large score. The its scored early in the game and i time were they ever in danger is Jacket defense was impreg- i all evening. The great defen- play of the Jacket forward wall 3m tremendous amount of power rated by the Jacket backflcld was utstandlng feature of the game. e Jackets scored in each of the three quarters while the Jacket ird kept the fast backs of the ' Sewed up. The Jacket touch- i twins Miller and Nunnally gal- l all over the field during the eve- S engagement enabling the Jack- o pile up eleven first downs to Rams two. Although Miller or laliy never scored themselves set the Jackets up in scoring Ion several times. e Dole ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1936

t '! I . j! 4 IM Ms" (sB'Tlt lU00l LONGS SHORTS AGOS" LOOK FOR YOUR NAME Kadi week the nunc of some How- Gnll()1 llKi Constance Dennett ap- ml P.mic student will be hidden ... in tin. tn.n vUtii tin. nst font. somen hete in thib column If the pel son uluisi nime appeals in the col- umn will lind his ot hu name matk it mil t iKe tin column dow n to the Luic tin ati e not latei thm Situtdn uiing Don Amcche who also stturid with Miss Young in "Ramona' Paul Lukas Tjione Power Ji and Alan Mount a). Ot tlu" font lovelj ladles one gam noon of etch wnk M tnagct Colm in I blLs fo 1(ne uld lo.t. ono gambles will piesmt the luck) peison wlthj iml uins om ilsks fol 1(ni nnJ getB two rr.Kll ricicnrs to the Luic lt loe asks fot the f oui th too late Theatie .liner Loietti end Constance mod- Be sutc to look caiefull) loi otit ull Ntmnp MlLk nn h.ne pooled thclt name ax it is h iblo to be most am 0mimces and taken a small apait- place in the column The name ma; I nunli uheie the) cagcil) plan foi t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 October 1936

7 HOWARD rkMf PAYNBTp 'hunt XXII No. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR3 DAY OCTOBER 22 1936 PrlM 5 Cents THE HOBNOB By Bob English Special train to Abilene Saturday. lot dog I Some of you among the mi lower classes may not be able to tadtraUnd the enthusiasm and eager. loss that the junior and seniors are iwaitlBf this great incident. But you hould be able to understand our feel iff after a little explanation. For he past three years ever since the resent senior class enrolled as fresh- aaa a apeclal train has been agltat- kL But has one ever left the local itattoa with a cargo of Howard Payne tudentl headed for a football game ? few.' Three years have we had to Mfta something that we weren't big mouth to finish. So you can see why re an tickled pink over the present itudtflt body's reaction in procuring ha tickets for the train in order that lie might be ordered out. Wa are hoping that there will be wtween three and four hundred stu- lents and 'fans on the train when it )Ulla out Saturday mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 October 1936

IM t .it f 'f ie 'i! I i1 J. h M h! ' ' .in i i? in i 1 EliO 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 pari 01 ine siuuent acwvisy. THE STAFF BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Manager A. C. GARVIN News Editor Victor Horn Louise Bishop SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor Robert Havins Roy Fox LINDSEY DUBLIN Feature Editor Wil&on Fielder Orville Pratt Mossy Myrick G. Royalty Hopson Hal Cherry C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager of enthusiastic fans to the many scattered stadiums all over Ame ica every week-end in the fall. But a different kind of crowd gain- ers in the stands to watch the home town take and deal out powti- ful tackles and drives. When football was a bit rougher and a more dangerous game it seemed quite fitting to the sport for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 October 1936

SPORTS JACKETS TAKE KANGAROOS IN aOSE CONTEST WITH 14-10 COUNT 1. a gruelling contest between two -rlai football elevens the Howard Yellow Jackets defeated the ;; College Kangaroos 14.10 last Bight In Sherman the home of aavKlMgaroos. This was the first tmm im three years that the Jackets 14V hafen able to come out of the luatla College game on the win side it the column the others having been trawa. This definitely stamped the ratfcaU as the team to beat for the facta Conference Crown and from tow oa very team will be out gun- daf for the Jackets. TH Howard Payne boys drew first tood shortly after the opening klck- iff' the Jackets scored but the Kan. aroea retaliated when Harriss took a prick kick from Jimmle Marshall on da 'twenty-two and raced the entire Mffth of the field for the score. This aalnJilpped boy ran through the en. ire Jacket team for the score and r the goal line standing up devest Jacket to him being about yards back. The game from on was a dog fight that saw the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 October 1936

v.v-WAV.'.W'.wW It ? ON TO ABILENE! .; " i ' We olsd; - ... S ."--. I sVa --s .i . I ! -t:." -- --- --"'.- - "-'-i raij r r. .V.rt-! it tit t ft' i Pr 7 -.1 rpn &3u. w Mn 1 1 1 1 1 ii rrn 73 "" "-. IIIVUUUJVV I ::vi; a.-; -mors. -a p-ernap-s a tan. i - jl Vtu tr. r.r.tt ar.ytmng tor a i CDLL1GE GiRL at r.-.-.trL-- .1 lit -.1 tit -J-K try -- -7" 15 . f ."? t"it Jit-t.. i-' 1 iU 1 m- - s !.' H il- tlOTi .T. a V." j..i - appare! Arid solicit the priv- this pleci- to ycu KXOBLER'S STYLE SHOP fcggr I SHORTS fit -.' . - - -rii.ii ' ----" ti ;.i;. -s-u i t-itii "Tl- """lii tit liti ti". tr .ir v. id"1 r" - t: "stix i"""-!? .it ritt iii tit :-t.iiri..oi -"--"- t- H-'.r. V? ".i r .'..C.-t f- -"-- BETT1S & GIBBS Inc ".--"-:' r rifriJi: "The Gorgeous Hussy Opens With .-.-- s..--:; ;HH!3 Midnite Show At TkLyriWay QORM NOTES . S - ;f A-E; WEE" '- 's jitltiEiT :v"."-ji til Ct ti 1. Ti-1 1.5 i iTi.it t .-: tj ?". i"i lit it -" r tiTfi tl 11 ' !." tit rt-tXttl f". . '.- "-It !-. ;..t K.1--....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 October 1936

ft m ..... J""1- HOWARD fcf PAYNE S 'Mthern Hotel Bldg. H B i H H H ftsV fflfiaHFluv I Lm iV B l' I I r hum XXII No. 8. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY OCTOBER 29 1936 Prloe 5 CmU THE HOBNOB y Bob English We have been to Abilene we nave layed the Indians and we have seen great football game. Such can be ild by every member of the student sdy ex-student and fan who was for- mate enough to have been in Abilene jt Saturday afternoon when the ickets and Indians tied up in the lUd. Those who were on the special train ere indeed fortunate in that each lember of that train load had one ore swell time. And speaking of that special train tmlnds us of the fact that we have sver bees received more cordially id stacerely than was the welcome (tended us by the McMurry students. hey not only met the train and led i la a parade through their streets it they were eager to do anything l their power to make certain that rery Howard Payne student was en- lying himself. We can pay them no Igher compliment tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 October 1936

It .I! M j: t mlo mxh Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 JjH? 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 ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Manager A. C. GARVIN News Editor Victor Horn Louise Bishop SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor Robert Havins Roy Fox LINDSEY DUBLIN Feature Editor Wilson Fielder Orville Pratt Mossy Myrick G. Royalty Hopson Hal Cherry C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager U1...J r'-t.L.j ... THANKS TO McMUKRY It was our priviledge to have visited with the students of Mc- Murry in Abilene last week-end and we can sincerely say that we enjoyed that visit more than any we have ever made to another college. The friendliness and genuine pleasure that the student showed at our running a special train to their school was the high point of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 October 1936

SPORTS Jackets Meet A. C. C. Wildcats Tomorrow Night LITTLE KNOWN OF STRENGTH OF WILDCATS; GAME STARTS AT 8:00 Friday night the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets In their first home game atace October 2 tangle with the Abileae Christian College Wildcats at the H. P. stadium. From all Indications the Jackets should not experience any great amount of trouble from the Cats. However the Wildcats got their first taste of coring last week when they crossed Into pay dirt during their game with Southwestern of George- town only to lose by a score of 8-6. The Howard Payne. A. c. C. gaine have always been hotly contested and : this year's tilt Is due to be no excep- " tlon. Last year the Jackets in Abl- . lene were fortunate in taking the Cats to a 20-0 cleaning and the boys from Abilene are going to be out for a lit. tie revenge' tomorrow night. The Cats have not fared so well - thus far in conference competition ' and have yet to win their first loop Sgame. The best they have been able to get In ...

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