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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 October 1936

! tV At M 1 'ii J & .? 4 1 is lit 1 i! I ' !. ' ' ! 'llAKliV -v-v A. GOStI" J SURPRISE SHORT OF THE SEASON TO BE SHOWN AT THE LYRIC One of the gteatest shott subjects of the new movie .season is the Grant- land Rice Spoitllght "Neptune's Schol. urs" which will be shown it the Lyric Theatre for one day only Thursday November 5 in conjunction with the showing of "U'e Went to College" starring Walter Abel and Una Mer- kel. "Neptune's Scholars" was made en- tirely under water the technique and mechanics of which have caused a storm of inquiries evetyvvhete it has been shown ftom audiences who aie intrigued by if. Jack Eaton has re- leased a story giving the following details concerning the making of the picture. "Neptune's Scholars' was produced at the famed Silvei Springs in Flori- da the mecca fot sightseers and said to be the cleat est watei in America ranging fiom one to sity feet in depth. In fact Silver Spungs has proven to be moie popular fot un- derwater photogtaphy than wat...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 November 1936

IS " " L. MM fAJ A WE W . '2t& m it A BLUE JT ' L tswX' lm0olnoto Ev ITV" l" .bWsbT" A V BraSSs -vr k PAr 7" 'PIJIVPIIU "none uthern Bidg. I W i III I bsTmst MfrvmaVl I sWbb. I 1 1 I I Cleaners Velum XXI 1 1. No. 9. THE HOBNOB By Bob English Roosevelt will lead the nation for another (our year period. The votes have been cost the ballots counted and the final check-up finds the great Democratic champion far In the lead. Under his regime for the past few years much startling history has been made and many changes have come to thla nation of ours. What will the next four years bring ? Only time can tell. Economic conditions are greatly im proved over the conditions of four yean ago. That can be noted to a large extent here on our own campus; In our own little sphere. Not one of the i hundred and twenty-some-odd who finished from Howard Payne dur- ing the past spring and summer scs Ions is without employment. That's not such a bad record. The nominations which were made from the fl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 November 1936

J n! M ii Wuf TfELLO 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. 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 SLs"" MrasraK & J fc Zesssr lSL KEEP THE LIBRARY OPEN As representatives of the .student body and as the voice of that group we have asked very few favors of the administration. Because of the fact that we consider it a very essential factor in the type of class work that we do we are earnestly soliciting the administration to keep the library open on week night...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 November 1936

S 1 SPORT Jackets Meet Tigers In Austin JACKETS MAKE 26 HALF TO WIN After being held scoreless for al- most three quarters by a scrapping bunch of Wildcats fiom Abilene Chris- tian the Yellow Jackets turned on the power and scored four touchdowns In the third and fourth periods to keep lip their hopes for the conference championship. Kotlf Wcdeman ace end for the Jackets proved to be the star of the fame scoring three of the Jackets' four touchdowns. Minor fish quar- terback made the other touchdown. The Jackets were inside the Wildcats' 10 yard marker twice in the fltst half and played most of the game in Wild- cat territory. The game was featured by the wining running attack of the Jack- ets and the punting of Jimmy Mar- shall and Ray Nunnally for the Jack- ets. The Jackets made 18 first downs to 4 for the Wildcats. The Jackets made a total of 329 yards from scrimmage to 99 for the losers. The win maiked up by the Howard Payne boys left them In a tie for sec- ond place with McMuir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 November 1936

3 a M ! !' I i M I ' . IT'S SMART TO ASSEMBLE YOUR OWN SPORT TOGS We Bring You Sport Resort's Newest for Winter Wear. Sweaters . . . Single and twins bright or subdued shades $1.00 to $3.95 Skirts . . . With zippers in dark wot. sted plenty stride freedom- $3.95 Jackets . . . To match skins if debited oi sold sepal ately for $5.95 Gloves . . . Bright mied all wool yarns plenty warmth for those frosty fingers $1.00 KNOBLER'S Iffi" JACKETS DEMEAT A. C. C- Just Plain "He-Cow" By Hal Cherry An hour ot two befoie this papei went to press the Feature Editor comes up to me anil says "Write a feature story for this week" I says "But that will require some thought." He replied "Then I've come to the wrong person So just write a line of bull about oui kin folks up in Jockbutgh Kentucky" I was reminded of the old story about ill. and Mrs Cow looking for their youngest bullet (calf. I Another cow showed them the calf away off on a hill Mrs Cow said "How did he get away over there?" The other an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 November 1936

HOWARD r PAYNE j-Z h I'm Going to ELLO Pete Anderson's i BARBER SHOP Southern Hotel Bldg. 'i Aren't You? Velum XXIM. No. 10. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR8DAY NOVEMBER 12 1936 PrioeS Cent Lasso Favorites Elected Monday a a ... BBr BT" A T JBJLW "HT A BBkJ-BB "B" "BBBBBBB MBBBBBBflS mone 1 A IHLv I A 1 IX I 1 6! 11 TWmM m . LtH I Southern Hotel THE HOBNOB By Garvin It U an understood fact that at least once or twice a year the student body has to contend with its weekly publi- cation being below par. This is the flrat edition so far this year as such. Of all the times during the entire school term the editor would pick to take In the Centennial it would be just now probably the busiest and most Important season. We feel hon. ored that he would trust this all.lm. pottant duty of putting out his paper In our hands and hope he enjoys his little vacation as we will do our best. It Is really a great deal of fun work- ing on the paper but if you think there's not plenty of work to it just try it on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 November 1936

M Id ! i li ss Ji n nil YEUO 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. 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 Hop-on Hal Cherry C. L. KERBY Assistant Business Manager IEl Get the but education that you can. Get the best iran....i that you can. As soon as possible find a job. . Don't pick this job because you think it will bring you celebu- ty over night. Don't pick it because it looks eay. Pick it after long consideration of your own abilities men go into it and work at it for all you are woith. Never mind the pay y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 November 1936

AT THAT GANG OF SHEEP HERDERS SPORTS a' Jackets And .. As has been said befoie anything can happen on a football field. It certainly happened out on the local high school field last Friday night When the boys from out across the tracks completely disregarded the dope bucket and played high over their heads to knock the McMutdy In. dlans Clear out of the Conference race. AU in all it was one of the best games played in the circuit this season fur- nishing' thrill after thilll throughout the full sixty minutes. "Skippei" Howard the one man team is due the praise of all being one of the best backs to perfomi in these patts for a long time. Even the mighty Anthony who was not quite up to his usual form had to be content with second place In the limelight. Now that the Hill Billies have practically sewed up the Texas Con- ference flag we wonder just what they are going to do with it. The Jackets still have an outside chance to grab off the honots in that the un. expected could happen aga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 November 1936

SPORTS GAB Jackets and cowboys (Continued from page 3) (Continued from page 3) ' 4 f ! i i Ml If M ' ' ' . ( junior college team so they go up to Amarlllo and transport that entire line team coach and all back down to Abilene to play football for them. They withdrew or otherwise left the Conference that they could In no phase dominate and now wander around from place to place playing first one school then another a group of leagueless outlaws! Satutday afternoon there will be twelve boys on tile Jacket squad that will be facing a Cowboy team for the last time. The staitlng lineup will consist of eight senior s with Earl Sun- del man Theo McDonald and J. D. Rodgers being the only starters that aie not seniors. This Is the second time for this aggregation to play a Cowhand team having lost to the Ranchers heie in Brownwood last year fourteen to nothing. These men should be fighting with everything they have to avenge this defeat of last year and finish their college ca- reer in a blaz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 November 1936

I'm Qolng to H- W"j2lsil -- 'W asWans f A lT'fll "W A .ssafeJ V TIT" "P sVWa Phone amber shop f Lj I I fl M A IrWmW I m BX mU I Southern Hotel (..m note. Biog. W 1 III I Wlf rJBM I LAI 1 1 I I Cleaners Aren.vou. .& W W W f-(MNiL I ll Vl 1 1 ill Sandy King a J A I ! il iV T lJIMmA IXX V.A X fc" V J; - ' Velum XXIII. No. 11. ( BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19 1936 PriNlCMM :t. IYi M Home-coming Program THE HOBNOB By Bob English The greatest home-coming of them all will 1m held here next week. The extensive program that has been plan- ned will begin Tuesday morning and continue through Thursday afternoon when the Jackets meet the South- western Pirates in the final game of the season. The students will have an active part In making the home-coming a success and each one is expected to An tila nart Thorn will hp tin hnlldav J for the students until after the game Thursday and the program has be. come a thing of the past and then there will be no classes Friday and Saturday and a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 November 1936

Juu V !;!i 1 !' "VELIO ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year .$1.00 &e u nri nf the season bodies may not meet again this year may : - ... j An Lee Indians and Jackets meet man to man on the mjtnical Texas Conference eleven. SPORTSMANSHIP We were glad to notice some improvement in the spor t.mai ship of many of the Hardin-Simmons students and faculty lene citizens have always been cordial and fnendlj as h.ue i students and faculties of the other two institutions of tha . cit m.... . . !t o .0niiv n mnnr v of men or Doc mere is always u mn v .. . j - . mn who show poor sportsmanship. The ;. lity 7 Me the old Simmons dirt-wagem when he W;ues h uh .U h IS Plws EJiEl ta 1 a Sntor Coeducational Co.-1 j- 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 ENGL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 November 1936

SPORTS Jackets On Top Of Heap Idle This Week JACKETS PUT UP CREAT SCRAP TO GO DOWN BATTLING Gheffo CJI Gab It la a great relief to be out from inder the preuure which was endured Ul lait week prior to the big game. Now it is over and everyone can set- :le down to normal again. All in all t was a great ball game. The odds were too great for H. P. to overcome out their playing was worthy of any- one's praise and they have nothing to je ashamed of they were just out- dated by too much fresh material. Nevertheless HSU has an excellent unooth-working squad. The play of Marshall and Vickers especially was a delight to watch. Even in defeat these boys far out- classed anything that the Cowhands lad to offer. Marshall in addition to calling a faultless game doing the passing and carrying the ball numer- als times averaged 00 yards on his sleven punts. This has not been done 3y anyone else in the Texas Confer- ;nce this season and by very few in che Southwest Conference. Vickers t his center...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 November 1936

ky ti&nH l A8sm SPORTS GAB (Continued from page 3) ference school but do not play the same biaml of clean football that we encounter with Southwest Confetnce elevens It seems that the Cowboys are hav- ing plenty of schedule tumble They have only two games definitely book- ed for 1937. Appeals as to how they will h.ue to spend most of thcli time from here on out playing In Nebiaska or other states. Last week we stated herein that niit.icles never ceased to happen on a footb ill held This statement was brought out even mote stiongly last Ftid.iv when Abilene Chlistian Col- lege supposedly the weakest team In the cltcult up and topples the high- flying Billies Itom the leaders posi- tion And light aftei we had gone and conceded the pennant to Bakei too! The Jackets Tie now sitting in a pittty comfoit ible pi ice aftei most pi ople h id counted them definitly out ot it (een the might v forec.istet on the d.iil disappointment v hose jov and happiness would reach Its peak if the Jacke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1936

':''SZZ kFTT AHuK.Tl TTTi P6ne srr. Y IhI If llAitSSvf lVf 14 Ih 1 1 s-hi '. II PI If fWWifPHd I A I IB r I I ccl!Tr Volumi XXIII. No. 12. Centennial Home IDE HOBNOB By Bob English Home-Coming day dawns bright and clear we hope. As we go to press with this bit of journalistic en- deavor the sun is shining biightly and with the exception of being a bit cool it looks as though the weather condi- tions will be perfect by the time you have the opportunity of teading this in print. We have the prlviledge today ot seeing may familiar faces on the cam- pus that have been numbered among the missing during the preceding por- tion of the school year. Many stu- dents who have finished during the past few years or within the present college generation will receive a hear- ty welcome from friends that they left here but equally welcome to the greatest of all Howard Payne home- coming celebtatlons aie those num- bered among the ex-students who have gone on many years before us. To them we express...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1936

i) YH10 ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brown wood Texas as second-class mail matter. - SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ' Subscription per School Year $1.00 ' thev can tell most of us many iiileretinK tiling com-erninir the campus and the tradition that all of the students should revcie that we do not know or lemember. i Let us show the exe.s that we still have that "Good Old How- ard Payne Spiiit" and that we still know how to back that Jacket squad until the Pirate njrain bites the dust and the Howard 1 ayni? Yellow Jackets are crowned champions of the Texas Conference. t sn ?e Stockyard Shavings Slimes Letter to ma Charter Members Texas Intel collegiate Press Association Published by and lor Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Bioumvood Teas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRlST Y .Manager ; A. C. GARVIN News Editor Victor Horn Louise Bishop SCOTTY JACKSON Sports Editor Robert Hains Roy Fox LINUSEY DUBLIN Feature Editor Wilson Fielder ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1936

ivf & eyjss SPORTS lackets Must Win From Pirates For Conference Title iW Gab i MMMM It Is verj haid loi any plaei to know that he is plajing his lust tame but It Is doubly hat d to know that his team mates are playing their lust game and he will not even be nble to suit out. lll.it is the case of Eugene Sunderman stellai passci of the Jac- kets. The eleven men plajing then final game enteied 'ehool as fieshmen With Eugene anil he plajed side by side with them fot tluee and a half years and now coming up to the final game he is injuicd and will not be able to play and will hive to watch his varsity biotheis fiom the stands Sunderman was the best passei to ever play In the Texas Confeience un- til he had his shoulder injured in the Trinity game and fiom tint time on he has been unable to ccu work out and just to make a long stoij-1 shoit that game cost the Jackets one of the most stellai backs eei to play for a Howard Payne team This column wishes to welcome all of the exes that w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1936

1 U" I VLVWWWWWWWMrWrV WAVWAsAsvAv.swwirV . :: r7.S?? Woliuooi WELCOME EX-STUDENTS WHILE ATTENDING HOME-COMING ATTEND OUR BIG PRE-HOLIDAY SHOE SALE --!. ! ION OS and SHORTS We hope you enjoy your return iu tun uiu scnooi mat you i0V( much. Our wish Is that everything happens for your pleasure Jk . .. 1.1... 1.-11 nma happiness especially inc.- i 6" Hemcmbei you are always welcome to H. P. C Brownwood. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. h ijQOSW and Great value sensations aic offered In all oui leading brands a wide 5 vailety of patterns colors prices and sizes allow a pleasing selection. Ji Here He Is Girls ... Bob Taylor . . . Your New Heart Throb! Coming to the Lyric Sunday and Monday Be .sure to attend this event. Starting Friday 8 o'clock i fill! College Girls' Clothes ' i -i KNOBLER'S Central West Texas' largest stock of shoes exclusive for women. STYLE SHOP i'.VAW.VAV.VASWSWMW.VASWVA'.WAWAV.W.'.j Dining hall statistic- ut John Tar- let n show that the cadet'.- and 10- eds consume one ton...

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

; BARBER SHOP M J M llftJHlV iW M M 1 I c .rr;::;- I Y r I II I WjiHP I Al h r I ?? Velum XXII BROWNWOOP TEXAS THUR3 DAY DECEMBER 3 1936 Prlee 5 Cnta Large M HOBNOB By Bob English Football season Is over. Thus ends the moat colorful season of the year and we will all sit comfortable in our respective places and let happen what may. There will be a fw more social activities on and around the campus due to the conclusion of the grid wars but If we are not careful we are lia- ble to become lazy and do nothing that would enale us to enjoy the school year as much as we should. The season that has just past has been a great one. It has made a clean sweep in the major sports In the Tex- as Conference possible for the year 1036. That in itself is more than enough to make us not want to let up. Basketball season began officially yesterday and soon we will have the privilege of seeing the defending champions of the hardwood in action. Let's back the basktball team just as we did the football ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 December 1936

i w Nl! Ml t! 'IS mio MKET CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS ANNOUNOCU States Civil SCI vice Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year ...$1.00 2 &( 'themselves uo as human dummies to be used as the stars see .... n. ...i. ...... J .- .! tlir.li. Iinvil !111(1 UtlSelilSh WOTK .ri T'llited lit. muse who are saii-ntu iu uu im..i . - . nlnrcti oncn com- tht thoW tP.m-mates mlirht succeed. It can trullv be sa.d that 'commission tms nnmccJ open . " .. ..t.11 nl nil ir VO pCtlllVe I'M"'" -- .1 i ii. ... . . i........ .-. . tnni i'i : i'i' i i uiilii'iii -!- me scruus tne unsung nuioes ui uei. '" "c--o - their all for the good of the team and institution and ak notmnfc in return but success for the more fortunate eleven. j I "Stars may come and stars may Ko. but the scrub.- no on lor-1 pvmv" This can easily be said of their never-ceasing loyalty. w . ir.u..fni ti.Unito tn tln true backbone of every loot- of just...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 December 1936

HI ft SPORTS Yellow Jackets Crowned Texas Conference Champions kb 4 aMttMSMKN! 4 oaot4oi JOT Gab I The football season as far as the Texas Conference teams aic concern- ed haa ended and the championship has been returned to its rightful place making the thitd major athletic crown for the Yellow Jackets during the year 1936 Now everyone is try- ing to pick the outstanding players in the entire confeience membrship. The official mythical team is chosen by the several coaches in a special meet- ing but each sports fan and scribe takes pride in composing what he thinks Is THE one and goes atound giving his opinions in no uncertain terms. You ate in for a stoimy ses- sion if you try to show one why a cer- tain player should or should not be on the first team. Even one cracked picker from Wax ahachle went so far as to send to the Star-Telegram a team he said was the strongest ever assembled from the conferencet- yet Uodgets of HPC was not listed on cither the first or second strings! Two ...

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