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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 February 1937

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Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1937

Bttowwwooo TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1937 PrlO 5 CMU Campus Quiet in Midst of Revival BIHlHIP!PBil MDO I MJ IFUUIUAB I- I 7 - HE HOBNOB My Bob English The campus 1b unusually quiet this i.WMk duo to the revival meeting DQwhlch wh begun Sunday. This calm- and quietness is due to the fact that all the organizations on the cam- pus have given over their time in order that everyone may take ad- vantage of the opportunities offered them to -attend all of the services. Rev. Ifaguire and Mr. Trussell are ViV bually engaged in leading the servl- Mcee and are doing a good job of it. Both of .these men are ex-students jttand graduates of Howard Payne and are happy Indeed to direct the meet- las; here on the campus. Let us see J that they get our sincere cooperation throughout the remainder of the Re- I viral. Classes have been somewhat dis- rupted due to the fact that the time for the periods has been changed due to the revival and several of the stu- dent! ft4 to note the irregular sched- v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1937

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1937

SPORTS Jackets Split Series With Tigers y. Of Gab "How dM it happen?" "What wm matter?" These questions seemed be foremost on the campus this eek M stock was taken of Howard hu'i venture into conference bas- stbell competition last week. After itting off to such an excellent start r swamping the Tigers on Wednes iy nlfht the Jackets were decidedly toled off the following evening when ie boy from down Austin way came ick to flash a nice offensive drive klch carried them over in an extra cted game. There are no alibis to be offered for riltttnff the St. Edward's series and though It places the Keatonmen at distinct disadvantage since the reater part of the schedule is yet to me hope for landing high in the nal standings has not been given p. The boys played a fine brand of ill In both games and show prom- of still more improvement. Reece towed a bit of his old-time form in is second game while Knudson play- 1 his usual consistent steady game i both. Whitehead has yet to measure up to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1937

1 m V i I :i i Jtjf t 1 i I i 1 il. i! ! Dial Lights LYRIC TO PRESENT "THE PLAINSMAN" SATURDAY AT MIDNIGHT SHOW Nick Nax The talent' on Major Bowes' pro- pram Is Improving fast and furiously thank Heaven When his stuff began there was no doubt that the talent was often pretty crummy. Of late it I has been far better. It seems to Nick that there must be a reason and fur- ther. Nick believes he has discovered what it Is or rather guessed what iC is. He leaves it to you to decide for yourself If you think he is right. Fred Allen Bowes' only real compet- The tender love which existed be- tween two of the hardest characters of the old West is brought to life itor changed his amateur program to again by Cecil deMtlle In his latest a variety program and now allows any screen masterpiece "The Plainsman" artist who Is not working regularly jstaning Gary Cooper as "Wild Bill" as a performer. As a consequence Al-.Hickok and Jean Arthur as "Calam- len's talent became immeasurably bet- ity Jane....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1937

I Velum XXIII No. 21. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR8DAY FEBRUARY 18 1937 Prloa 5 Cents 9. Revival Closes This Morning UK HOBNOB By Bob English i The revival the only activity of 7 any Importance on the campus dur- if ing the past eleven days ended this mornlnf Immediately following the morning service. The regular class and chapel schedule will be resumed ' tomorrow and continue during the re- malnder of the year. 7 . There will be a holiday Monday. That Is the official report that was issued from the administiative office early this week. Rumors during the past few days have been circulating - around the campus to the effect that " there would be no school on the first day of next week but the announce- ment 'made Tuesday was the first of- I flctal report. The reason of course is Washington's birthday. As this is . one of the few holidays that will be J given Howard Payne students during the present semester every student should make use of the day in the best manner possible. And time keep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1937

111 1 to i A K YELLO 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 01 the student activity. THE S T A F F BOB ENGLISH Editor ALBERT McCHRISTY Business Manager A. C. GARVIN Sports L1NDSEY DUBLIN Features C. L. KERBY and ALTON CALDWELL . . Assts. to Business Mgr. ORVILLE PRATT WILSON FIELDER HAL CHERRY ROY FOX VICTOR HORN Reporters and Columnists . . ffilLSv ismosk l3L DON'T LET THAT INFLUENCE DIE The revival which ended thK morning has brought an influence and an atmosphere on the eampuh that should remain here throughout the years. The student and faculty for the past ten days have been brought clo.ser than usual to the more serious and valuable things of life and for that reason have at least in some small manner made certain resolutions ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1937

' Jb HJIH mmmmm - - - - i i . i . 1 1 M-r-n-ii- . j-iJL-uji.rrirxni-ij-iJrijiuririJ SPORTS -thrift McMurry'i mild upset last Thurs day night over Daniel Baker put the jjHlll Bllllea down Into a second-place tie With the Yellow Jackets. And j don't Itt anyone tell you that Coach Keatoa'a club Is not in the cham- pionship race as much as any other team. Although McMurry now has the Inside track and especially more so since they play two more games tktnan any other team It is not be- wlieved that they can go on very much Monger without tasting defeat at least lUone or more times. In spite of the fact that the Indians are the tallest bunch in the conference the Jackets Iwill take it upon themselves to be "personally responsible for the Medley- men dropping one if not two encoun- ters. ' Although the reserves put over a victory Monday night in fine style despite the fact that they were play ing without the services of three reg- ulars it la a little too much to ex pect the team to take M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1937

f .! M ' f tf 5 .-t V ! 1 . ArM m; ft :J ! 1 ;f i i; (gPFROCKS " lAMOUt Q THIH FIT NEW ARRIVALS By Today's Express $16.75 Many other lovely new (rocks In printed pure dye silk crepes and others at $8.95 -$10.75 -$14.95 New Spring and Summer Footwear Colorful and Clever $4.95 to $6.50 Nationally Advertised Paradise Park Lane Red Cross etc. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. "College Girls' Clothes" Dial Lights Nick Nax While walking down Second street the other day Nick saw a twit curry- ing a fat hen by the legs and In the other hand- of all things a spade. Naturally enough Nick was oggling the setup with some dcgiee of Inter- est tiylng to figure where the spade came In. The fellow with the chicken noticed that Nick was staring at htm and volunteered "He fainted." The new radio team of Helen Groderick and Victor Moore which was borrowed from the screen In the fiist place has proved so popular that they are to be teamed In a picture. The radio program should be an ef- fective exploitation angl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1937

HOWARD 4fc PAVMF y u m Going to i Anderson's ft! R! nit tl w ABER 8HOP ttntHrn Hotel Bldg. . Aren't You? fa VtUtM XXIII. No. 22. Lasso Who's HIE HOBNOB By Bob English j And again we pound the keys in a rteapsrata attempt to come out from 1 under the avll Influence of six week's ''t teen' long enough to give you this ' latue of the weekly rag. The teata which are now being giv- en seem to have little effect upon the student body in that no suicides have :! been reported and life seems to be traveling along at a normal rate of apeed on the campus. Couples still J stroll along the walks and hunt the se- cluded nooks dubbers can be seen at all tunes vainly fanning the air in an attempt to get satisfaction out of coming into contact with a little fuzzy .. ball In a game that Is called tennis the male gathering is even more evi- dent each afternoon in front of the Mlmms Building and Prof. Wine- brlnner still insists on spending our time aa he sees fit in the daily chapel n hour. Bo we can...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1937

h" - l -"-''' iirt Ct?. .- . 1 Slimes Letter to Pa .. 4 &. ii 'iit-r - ' mLO ACKET - -C t '-I - -.-..- . " &.W? i: .U.C:-. 'r-i-li'Vu "7L. .i 1- -- -t i ii . . . .v ; J .. -. . -AS -" iA.'. -" - i - i 1 . suo .:: z. cn :o4. -.- .t -- -- ".".... '. -.---j .:' jif-nii-C-i" ii; t-: rr-j-ri.orz. - x--i - i.li-.it- 5-i" Y;.-- C: 4 ! e SHY DO COLLEGE iTT.-DE.VT FAIL: T. -- -. iw.f r. :i i-.:a -' :.: i.:-. . u.j- v. .--- - " r'-"- i'-.::::t "'? :" ? Nt-. U .' Cr.n-ia p.-g-J-i ?s 1 M::-:ri Txi.'. l'.-.:v.C.ji.V: rrti.! .'.xuscc ii :'.. H"i--i I'i.jT-'- 0:-rtsi. S-tr E-ijtu Cou-i4 r;i--.::. Txia. u i ;ar; r.- :ii tsc-4i ii -. .T S- -j- TTJ -.:.-- &i! i u TA rVVrVtS Ffeh T Cook at your Favorite Cafe lJ .. . .- i." vi.t: -or -r td - I" CI -".- a."c. oa?.t; c'l. r-:I?.sv i.-.: a; 0?.:1LL1 ??.a77 rX .rv.''.. ' .' .7 .-- M; - "-:.-: 4 $:SJs.ZiJ a '' ::' y-r.r: :s-i .: 1 l .W 1 -.-- jl-'"fA "" " rcz - -x. i - - - s. " .. 7- --.. r. ".- ... . - - j LHft pM .4B1)3I tt to li a d ti a o i....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1937

SPORTS Of Gab WelL taw Jackets slipped a notch in M Standings this week and are now a be found resting all by themselves i fourth place. It won't be for long hough because this coming week will Khar Make or break all title con- ia4sm The Keatonmen will be in letftown tomorrow night to take 'the Southwestern Pirates in a Mflle tilt Then in the early part Mitt week the circuit-leading Mc lurry Indians will have to contend rtth a very prominent menace in the orm of their fellow-townsmen the I. C. C Wildcats who are very much a. the acramble for the pennant in two punea. Daniel Baker has one game rith A. C. C. yet and HPC will have o go against the Indians one more une. 80 anything can and is likely o happen and the outcome will be In loubt up until the last. Did you ever hear of Indians get- ting scalped well It was really done Monday night. This case dif- fered from the manner In which the practice was carried on in the early days 'In tthat the Indians from Mc- Murry In a nice smooth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 February 1937

Wi .A &' it . H i'i it ' i ' I 1 Dial Lights Nick Nax Nick hopes that everyone enjoyed the holiday just past. On his own ex- cursion home Nick found a sad sit- uation. His home Is now ruled by a dog. Yes a little tiny useless bit of nothing with no distinguishing fea- tuies of the canine except ears and a tall and the tail Is about as long as the hair on a gnat's chest. The sad- dest news Is yet to come. Nick hadn't been theie ten minutes befole the queer quadruped had him on the jump too! Life Is Just a bowl of quinces. Remember the item in this column a few Issues back about the popular- ity of Shep Fields phonograph rec- ords? Now the Brunswick Melovone disc has an orchestra headed by one Bobby Hayes that is obviously and poorly aping the scintillating style ot Fields. The accoidlan aipeggios the 'ripple" and "bounce" in the drums the walling tiombone and the whack piano tuns all aie .studiously worked into the arrangements of the Hayes combination. Fields iccords are re- lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 March 1937

re ei I TDD JUNOR SHOW FRIDAY NIGHT!! V"T! Tr""' N' M BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR8DAY MARCH 4 1937 PrioaSCanta HRVIN 1 MINSTREL AND STYLE SHOW ; 'TO BE GIVEN FRDAY NIGHT THE HOBNOB ( By Bob English DAY I On the eve of departure from the campus that has been the spot of .many adventures both humorous and riU serious during the past four years it la really 'difficult to say with words the thlnga. that might come into my mind. 1 ( It la eaay to say however that the time apenttere although perhaps not Rv to well spent as it should have been waa the aoat pleasant period through which I could ever hope to pass. The 'Av fun had here with friends in the best student body anywhere more than make up for any time and money pent in an effort to attend the col- Don't let anyone kid you into be- lieving that friendship does not mean r everything-The friends that you make here are the ones that' will mean ("more to you plater than you can ever know. -v . . ES Our effort with the paper at times have been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 March 1937

w i '- m 1 1 !1 j" . ii 0 ' hi If v mLOYJACKET iStockyard Shavings On First Thought Pas Letter to Mime By MELBA COURSEY Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas aa second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 if PViortar MumlwM Texas IntercolWiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood. Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF MELBA COURSEY ORV1LLE PRATT ALBERT McCHRISTY . . . . . ROY FOX. BOB GRAVES . . C. L. KERBY and ALTON CALDWELL MEMBERS OF JOURNALISM CLASS Acting Editor . . Assistant Editor . . . Business Manager Sports Assts. to Business Mgr. . . . Reporters SAIL Another week another column; a million weeks a million columns Heaen forbid' BOB ENGLISH Is g-one Happy and et tragic words to we who knew him best We are happy In his good fortune In landinc a responsible po- sition We are sad in thar w e hate to see such a shining- personality leae our midst For the past two ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 March 1937

SPORTS J Jt Ohcft gj. .r i ' lAfUr Imlnf a very uninteresting ginataatlfoBday night to the Trin ity Tlgw M a result of a bad dose nSfWSBMSBce tne Howard Payne YattowrjMltsta court champions of lltsYcMM-back Tuesday night cured of tlisir dilemma to win a less ragged icoitatar by the safe score of 37-24. iln ttw first game the Trinity boys gat hot la the last few minutes and a pjsin ana xancy exniDiuon 01 ais- hooting creeped up on the Jacksts to win in the last few plays .jot tfctfMBt t29-24. In the final game ftfjof tfcetwo:sghts' series the Jackets found .tfesa&SSlves and led the entire game to win easily. i - As far aa we know nothing has been 4sn about the rumored pro- 5 teet ef thsJWcMurry-Danlel Baker - fameaa4more than likely nothing will oeme of lt Mr. Thompson the Daniel Baker timekeeper took ex- n esatlan to eur comments of last U week with the thought that we were living Mm all the blame for the misunderstanding. Which was far from eur minds In that J. A. Is a friend o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 March 1937

- . lies Hold Claudette Colbert . :. Colonial Partv &$ Dial Lights " I .Lie MINSTREL SHOW BY HOWARD PAYNE JUNIORS and SPRING FASHIONS BY BETT1S & GIBBS INC. EstAiz: Fzahirjn v.-iil n shov n on :hs follov- r i rr.oCi i.s . H ':!':n LoyJ Don Dunn Mrare: Denrrjan .Ru.oy Loiji.v; BiiKop L.IIiAn Shav. !. Jo: Pi'tr.'jar. FRIDAY EVENING - 8:00 .9 U2 it-"-S-iJi '-Zi - . i- - J''''M .1 fSs y xa r it h If M' -II I tl Sett & GibU&c fc "THE LADIES STORE' 1 1 " . .. - r . - --1- z ""-i it ii- . :u" . -f- -'2 " a :u- c T-Uy -i- -.ri- '-- " f - ' - -.- .. - - 1- ' . -- 7 - . -. - .-. r ur- l-;-;- v.. u.t .- 7 j-u -'-TV --.t u:m s - . --" -- . --. . ' . M - ..' -trt iiii iC-as - - a fx -n -- -v- .1-- -1... --1- "C- r! : -"--. ... - - Ti-ir i.--. - ."-- l .;". . -. m.--' - - - T.A.--J- --4 "'".."rtr -s .. .' -j H -.-: -- i-i -' .; . M- i iu.1 i '-- '- ii. --'- 5:--J- " 'p"-- ... r- - -i" - w -- .; - il-iJ li- A.i-rt- "'l. 4- J "- -. - - .1- K. r z-w iii-S-i.- iri.-. . .- - 4 i-t.. ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 March 1937

tt8&! HOWARD mi .Mm Anderson's AMMtR SHOP s . && notei Biag. Aram You 7 v iv t t J'w Iklt... : to ' : .. i a r.ix r- Mr PAYNE yT h r i IwrclAi h r .1 hsar F --- T "(PJfflBNf- ' - ss 1 UV' ll Volume XXIII No. 24 liert '& FIFTY-ONE STUDENTS ARE LISTED ON SPRING SEMESTER HONOR ROLL On First Thought By MILS A COUR8EY In this issue of the Yellow Jacket -Nbe journalism class has attempted to WiBtMfvtoW tke head of each depart- it neat In tke college and give some "Special publicity to these depart- ments. During- the past few years :iack department has grown and has served as tke best advertising for iMfloward Payne. Many students come lere for the special training they are - able ..to receive as well as for the lterary training. . The mlnetrel show presented last - sYiday night by the Junior class was - i great success. According to the dass president the proceeds receiv- id from' the presentation will help Mai great deal In making the annual :unlor-senior prom a success....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 March 1937

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 March 1937

SPORTS " m J " J-"-l-l"'"lf"Y "l"l"ll(M'VWVWU'U'U'L psketball Lettermen Are Announced " ACK PRACTICE IS STARTED; 1AM ENTERS STOCK SHOW MEET 3bcffl W Gab . i curtala has been rung OMitiM fcuketball season leav- m praUfes of McAdoo Keaton trth fjM. The Jackets in this ayt are to be commended. tkat thfljr lost four conference i. ICajrfc they were to better V MS Maybe not. That Is a ques- if njiaini that we will not try Ale ban. At any rate St. Eds' ft tk Jackets on an off night aak the bacon home and Trln- d Ukawiaa. McMurry took the ta to two cleanings. king- of McMurry reminds us. irry did aeveral things during saaoa beatdes beating the Jack- Vhen they tangled with Austin r they aet three season records won over the Kangaroos by a of 67-89. This was the largest core made in any game this aa well as the highest score by any one team. Max Arrant 27 point that night which un- n are misinformed is the high dual score for one game for the n. 1 things happen in basketball. Mir trip to the ...

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