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

- i'iae3i&ij&$j8ipMSj.jlufli tMMMM ftSMft-wfiSVir DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Nick noticed with a vague feeling of humor that Mr. Leopold Stokowskl In "One Hundred Men and a Girl" always wore when In street clothes one of the Bowcrish navy blue shirts. It must be as Deanna Durbtn said about his haircut "He can get by with anything. He's a genius." David Rublnoff although a genius of smal- ler stature always wears those shirts too. Stokowskl with a few lines to speak made a very fine appearance. He appeared to be a Garbo-like man restrained and dignified yet more human than the great Swede. This writer would like to see more of him as an actor. Nick noticed with some feeling of Irk that the Star-Telegram list of undefeated and untied teams In the United States did not Include Howard Payne. If they count our "B" team losses they are unfair. Now with Wil- liamson giving us a little break when we are obviously Improving Nick Is in favor of calling our unblemished record to the atten...

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

? )'Q HOME-COMING EDITION n ' Please Trade Wf W I I 1 A AJB I A MM 1 6I With Your B Y FH III IWmf SiW I m 1 H I I Southern Hotel .1 . I I I I I V W W L Pm wi A I LJ I m B II Cleaners Advertisers M f ff f nJLlLML I fml ill I II 9arl k';- L k I m Jm Jm A J w ljlwl m&Ja VJI l y I I aandyKmg Volume XXIV No. 8 MUSINGS By Bob Havlns We would like first of all to add our welcome to the alumni of the In- stitution who are our guest's here on the campus today. Today the campus Is the scene of the annual Homecoming celebration. Today Is the day out of the year when all of the alumni of the institu- tion gather at the old Alma Mater to see the old friends of yesteryear to talk over with them the old times that happened in the good old days to go through again that certain "bull session" that was held In the Barn and of cout.se to see the Yellow Jack- ets beat the opponent of the day on the gridiron. Today It Is the sincete hope of the staff of the Yellow Jacket that this will be one of the...

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

?2N. WW pflf I TELLO Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 lHrC 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 Havins . Editor Bob Smith Business Manager Al Hicks Associate Editor Elbert Whitehead Sports Editor Sandeford Tune Assistant Sports Editor Louise Bishop Society Editor Earl Ross Exchange Editor J. W. Eradshaw Religious Editor Hal Cherrv Feature Writer Mary Steakley Leal Schurman and Blanche England Columnists Eliot Kemp J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huffstutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters A. C. White and Junior Strasner . . .Assistant Business Managers mww&m. ycy rl-bi' ALUMNI WELCOME To all of the Alumni and friends of Howard Payne who are on our campus today the staff of the...

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

SPORTS Scoutin' Around with ELBERT WHITEHEAD St. Ed's Is In town. The Tigers from Austin are out to Improve their record of only one win from the Jack- eta in all the time the two schools have been In the Texas Confetence. Back in 1033 the Tigers took a 7-0 decision from the Jackets along with the Texas Conference clown when the Jackets were badly crippled and in as bad shape as any Howaid Payne team has ever taken the field. The Tigers really were an outstanding aggregation that year but were fought to a standstill for three quar- ters by the crippled Jackets. The Tigers of 1937 are not setups by any means. They handed the Billies from Daniel Baker a 0-0 lacing here in Brownwood a few weeks ago and only last week held the powerful Texas Wesleyan Rams to a 7-0 count in Galveston. They have a fair line and a fairly versatile backfield but the Jackets are ready and If our dope isn't wrong will take them. Looks like we're going to do with- out that long keenly sliced bacon Dr. Davis! D...

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

SeHis GihU&ic "T1IE LADIES STOIJE- - DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK N AX The lower types of swing music seem to be descitlng their birth places In New York for the swankier houses. The Famous Door The Hickory House The Onyx Club et al seem somewhat to be losing their clientele as the tendency arises among the larg- er finer dance orchestras to incorpor- ate smaller swing units within their tanks. George Hall features his vocal-ist-wlfc Dolly Dawn and her "Dawn Patrol" a small swing combo made up of the swingdlvldualists from the ranks of the main band. Benny Good- man has both a swing quartet and a swing trio made up of showman Gene Krupa on the drums Teddy Wilson coloied whiz on the piano Goodman himself on the squawk stick and In the quaitet Lionel Hampton on the vibraharp. On down the line the nnrac bands are going to the swing within a swing idea. They pair off and cut some high licks and hence put a ciimp in the purely "cat" or low Jam bands. Nick wonders what if a n thing Jan Garbar ...

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

fr how ARD 4 jfcr A paynej h Volume XXIV No. 9 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 1937 Price 5 Cents MUSINGS By Bob Having This column Is not usually devoted to "panning" fellow members of the Journalistic clan but this week there comes Into our hands a November 13 edition of an Austin newspaper which contains a sports column writ- ten by one of the sports writers. It seems that the writer who It Is un- derstood did not see the Howard Payne-St. Ed's game has gathered an opinion of the Howard Payne Yel- low Jackets that might be labeled "unjust". Comment was made In the column that several of the outstanding play- ers for the Austin Institution were Injured during the game with the Jackets Including Co-captaln De- vaney. We might reprint right here a part of the column. When Devaney was cracked he had just finished making a six-yard gain to run his total yardage in four carries to 30. It had begun to appear the fleet little halfback was set to lead the underdog Tigers to a sensatio...

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

yello tiK1 ACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 " -.. t .St Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association I'ublishod by and lor Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College jit Uioutiwooil Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Bob Havins Editor Bob Smith Business Manager Al Hicks Associate Editor Elbert Whitehead Sports Editor Sandeford Tune Assistant Sports Editor Louise Bishop Society Editor Earl Ross Exchange Editor J. W. Bradshaw Religious Editor Hal Cherry Feature Writer Mary Steakley Leal Schurman and Blanche England Columnists Eliot Kemp J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Hut f stutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters A. C. White and Junior Strasner . . .Assistant Business Managers reminded. In the first place our culture and ideals are not insep- arable from those of Great Britain. Our language is intac...

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

n A SPORTS Scoutin' Around with ELBERT WHITEHEAD The Jackets took another step nearer the conference crown last Armistice when they thumped the St. Ed's Tigers 25-0. With only one more conference game to go the Jackets have assured themselves of at least a tie for the flag. While they were drubbing the luckless Tigers McMurry was plastering the second defeat of the season and Incidentally the second in a row on the South- western Pirates who up until two weeks ago were tied with the Jackets for the leadership with a perfect per- centage. Two weeks ago however the Pirates suddenly struck rough sailing being beaten by surprising Trinity University 16-13 and again last week as stated above by McMurry 19-17. Our remaining game is with South western and will likely be plenty tough. Last year's rout of the Pirates was the exception rather than the rule. With the close of the conference season comes the job of selecting the mythical All-Conference eleven. The Yellow Jacket has not given mu...

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

MIMIUflMMffiHBtmflMs a AMJN A HIIMKKY I 1 vMvJ I H Quality at Popular Prices p 1 790 and $1.00 1 The New Irredescent Shades g I You Will Love Them p Sett 8 GMs&k THE LADIES STORE" Smart Styles Moderate Prices WKBamMTJASSSLSSBL'Si DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK N AX Bob Hope a young comedian who seems set to do bigger and better things has landed a post in a movie that had been intended for Jack Oakle. Oakie was unable to fill the job because other activities kept him working on another lot. The picture is called (at present) "College Swing". You may remember that Hope spent some time on the Woodbury Rippling P.hythni Revue before Tyione Power took it over and made it another theatre of the air. The rest of the cast is as high class as it is a cockeyed combination of widely differing types and that Is saying a lot. The cast in- cludes the heavy emoter Gladys George: Burns and Allen; Martha Raye; Ben Blue nnd a large number of other big name fun makers. Nick is glad to see the funny man go p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 December 1937

fX HOWARD JrT . PNET-O Please Trade b H H flff Ba aPOMlSfiuAVS. H VA Lf H Hi H . ... Volume XXIV No. 10. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR3DAY DECEMBER 2 1937 Price 5 Cents JACKETS ABE UNDEFEATED CHAMPS Fifteen Students Attend B. T. U. Convention By ELLIOT KEMP The Baptist Training Union Con- vention held at Beaumont registered more than ten thousand people with about six thousand being from out of the Beaumont District. About fifteen Howard Payne Stu- dents found their way to the wonder- ful little trade center and eight took ptominent paits on the program. Leo Duffcy Weldon Robinson Clyde Mc- Mcans Charles Pitts and Nlta Bilbry entered the oratorical contest and so far as can be found they carried off second place honors Our Trio rendered special numbers on four or five of the convention pro- grams. Charles Pitts Miss Hicks Miss Winnie D. Marshall Hope Parker and Lily Albcitson went in the col- lege car the contestants and trio going under the auspices of the Col- lege and the First Baptist Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 December 1937

t muj MKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 &f 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 Havins Editor Bob Smith Business Manager Al Hicks Associate Editor Elbert Whitehead Sports Editor Sandeford Tune Assistant Sports Editor Louise Bishop Society Editor Earl Ross Exchange Editor J. W. Bradshaw '. Religious Editor Hal Cherry Feature Writer Mary Steakley Leal Schurman and Blanche England Columnists Eliot Kemp J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huffstutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters Bernard Howard Circulation Manager A. C. White and Junior Strasner . . .Assistant Business Managers mWW&tSm 0mcf ?j- ": y? .J& UA3L OLD CHESTS AND OTHERWISE Old chests are quite intriguing whethe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 December 1937

i& rr. SPORTS - I n Scoiini' Around with WHITEHEAD CLBSRT J i" two more davs and thru well oi 17 one of von know whit's coming! Ir. i the il'nr nf dnjs" ai far as we in- (inccrrrj the dav we have becii clung fcrwai i to since la it Novem- L I he 31 0 .dttoiy the Shcephprd- 'f . 1. rt the fir d with last Nov ember d tlil fr- sh m our mcmoiy and some- 1 nit must be lone about it' It's be" n rei ve ir now since the Jackets i-ur dmt bed the Cowhands md it's ii- 'i'if we wire returning to our ' nniir vajs ' What do vou think" '" s ill ' I think it's "the natural lin " to do '! Ltr-t Tiip"dny the Tort Worth Star- ts lo aim p il lished the M thlc.it A1I- t nfcicn'-e selection of several of the m'vs Oi sin mumling towns anions Mel' win 1 -cy Anderson of Abl- er Dub King of Foit Worth and if ck Be t.vell t the Bto.uiwood Bul- e m Hi us ii i putty fill selec If n vith t'ie execptu n of fullback "li s i ilu an ftdl contend- tint J. D 1( ers it heml and shouldeis above im 11 m tn tt- Teas C...

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

SKS!sSSi!i IPSSSffSS Ik 'THE LADIES STORE" DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK N AX It seems Hkc several hundred years since Nick wrote his last effott. Holl days do accomplish one thing. They make It very hard to get back into the old groove. But here's a try at any rate. The research to give us three di- mensional motion pictures Is pi ogi ea- sing faster than anyone ever thought It could at this stage in the game. Hints are dropped now and then that make us think that three dimension k3 is almost a reality. Thice di- u mensionai sounu nas aueauy ueen effected that is well nigh per- fection but it is being held up pending the perfection of the thiee dimensional picture. The tremendous progress of the color film is of im- measurable importance to the re- search. The next two years at least should see marked advances toward the real thing. It is right amazing to observe the terrific advance of "The Hour of Charm" an all girl organization of musical geniuses under the baton of Phil Spitalny. Not so ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 December 1937

OW A EST?. .r ES STUDENTS EL. K Vt AWk .wt Phone 6! Southern Hotel Cleaners Sandy King " ss& r ' to m iSr t.ra a ir taxi m a -?59 bt j? i-t-m fr Wi IK c - v.T"ir -HI O Vs . 1SI T-t -.L. ' J r W With Your If W g wlifWv IP 14 JM B B Advertise I! I 1 II WW J'lt'il Irtl ifl I Si 1 a Itfi JJi"". -"" r"v -T f.4t N-MM j rt(.lJ. JATCL iiK "Mtz.M 1 I . 1 'MI I J fc I BkCJb ' --. Wl -VsVi-1 JU li-TV Mjk'bUt' .. (ITT 1 VW k..T. esss 'Vni'itiie iV -vo. 11. MUSINGS ;4 IE By Bob Havlns f r riso frpctatois. hoarse slmuts. veil h a-iers pininf.'- up mvi down tho -lili "Uii" it h i.-ni' exrltcrt stiiclont- itiu fi 11 i Imtererl ovi-i the ladlo a silent Jwu 'er on Ukis lips und on the field el.eu Howanl I'nyiie football j1a'-s ipiijinj; their hearts nut fo the bHu .1 i the gold That mj friends wa - . t ic situation as It stood S'lt'.rd iy a Tt o noon from 2-30 until f o'cloi it. 1 it once a diminutive blond headed 3 le hundred and Cift.v-five pound J: in Ac f T N. T emcrffed ti on: a r n i of pu'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 December 1937

"wj vV I N. mio JACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 &e ?w Sfrss. s- -- 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. THE STAFF Bob Havins Editor Bob Smith Business Manager Al Hicks Associate Editor Elbert Whitehead Sports Editor Sandeford Tune Assistant Sports Editor Louise Bishop Society Editor J. W. Bradshaw Religious Editor Hal Cherry Feature Writer Mary Stcakley Leal Schurman and Blanche England Columnists Eliot Kemp J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huffstutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters Bernard Howard Circulation Manager A. C. White and Junior Strasncr . . .Assistant Business Managers THE SHORTEST DISTANCE There is an old adage that says "A straight line is the short est distance betwee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 December 1937

"ir'tiirnriiiiri ttf i imi i wi 0 IJCill & a s a r4ii iyj&H WW.P J UIIWMJWIMI 0t ftp m pfr A&Hi'8fl lit? 4. Jkl :. rc frl IvTim I'Umn g ?J r fr-.nw''' " w i-w-i'.w'" win Around 1' m with it. ALBERT WHITEHEAD 'Wham' ' Nipo that's not me fall '"J'i ntst Simmons falling (iff Ui.it "H lug!- h rsc thcj've been attempt- Mo ride fot the past year or so! ' uqlmt'oii they didn't fall off- they ai '(.rrk -I off. From the smallest atI u. tin lint little l6fi-iotmd O '"'frravi--to the biggest man on Y J sir- id - 215-pound Co-Captain tl.?.ii . Vffinn.ild - the Jackets nt . .. . .1.1 - .....! "fort tlii' neare "". th.it Ahiloi V Ml if y nearest thing to a pot feet lone lias seen in many ou know what little I. .i vimor -wosi ui un nit- t.w.i- U-'U'- of thi sensational game that laif Suidcrm.in played- the out- in of IJendy .tnu jucuon- u discernible what most 'i u to miss was the pcr- i ; fiptai.i .1. 1. Rogers. T - nn n you missed It what " ii .t every oi.e forgot the - hi. ' reciuse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 December 1937

Buy ALLEN-A Quality Hosiery r- Costs less because they wear longer . . . Every pair first quality perfect . . . and may be had in all the new shades including Iredesccnt shades. fcfc "THE LADIES STOriL" nd College Girls Clothes - DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Nick had both favorable and un- favorable comment on his paragraph of last week on those .scrrilous rep- robates Sidney Skolsky and Jimmy Fidler. Nick still feels the same. Nick Is going: to start a soit of a kind of a contest that ho stalled on the campus year before last. He Is going to conduct a poll to determine what orchestra Is the most popular on the Howard Payne campus. He ciaves your kind indulgence and assistance not for selfish reasons but because he has an idea that' he can tut n it into a little publicity for the school. Sooo if some guy sashays up to you duiing the next couple of weeks and asks what your favorite orehestia is be big and tell him without suggesting that he mind his own blankety-blank business pleeuzz. In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 December 1937

Volume XXIV No. 12. BROWNWOOD TEXA3 THURSDAY DECEMBER 16 1937 PriM 5 Cents MUSINGS Al Hteks Pinch Hitting for Bob Havlns It Isn't such a snap to sling out this column profusely especially when there Isn't anything to talk about ex- cept maybe that good old Texas con- versational standby the weather. Speaking of the weather as I sit hovered over this lousy typewriter deep In meditation my steady glance is attracted to the window. Passing below me are shivering pedestrians bundled up In overcoats. While over- head diift sluggishly by dark clouds emptying their very moist burden which incidentally isn't pennies from heaven upon dear old Mother Earth whose spirits are just a shade damp- ened needless to say. As I gaze and gaze I see slowly sauntering by a couple vou are richt a boy and a girl. The boy looks glum his hands rammed deeply in his pockets. The girl i3 skipping along gayly full of vivacity. Suddenly the thought hits me like a bolt from the blue even though it is cloudv. Chris...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 December 1937

"the ladii:s sroPE" College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX The most- important thing to Nick this week Is the poll on tho cnmpits to determine tin' most popular orchestra at H. P. C so he'll begin with that. Maybe you aie wondering why you have been asked by nimc cluck what terp chaser (orchestra if you speak English l is the favoilte of favoiites in your estimation. If no one has asked you vet' we'll trv to take caie of you too. The idea is purely mer- cenary but don't tell anyone but each ether. It may develop into good pub- licity for Howaid Payne. Here is the set-up may it not be upset. When the decision on the contest becomes final and is announced in the fiist Yellow Jacket' that comes out after Christinas Nick will wiite the most imp'iitant look-tig letter that he can write to the winner and ask him to dedicate a song to Howaid Payne. Nick will liy to get the ptesident of the student body the editoi of this lag and the faculty advisoi to sign with him so that four "Imp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 January 1938

HOWARD Meet Your Friends at vjiimore s Tr lH i Si p3 if? 4 ie XXIV No. 13. BHOWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 6 1932 Price 5 Cents m.f . PAYNE J T h -mbf s fBB -..i'.n.r'- - j ..a f m i - -mm- aHBr-iMiD I nnnr IB A 7 m A -&-" 19 iT irfl TV Ws.Vx4 3fe. iair.uSiVv Ed !. i i $ 2 E?( 3! ' 1B1 fil I? tfiiAKM JIT r El ttm S3 ' M & M 4 E?i F3 . . . . B k!t Hm tJJk Wm J 7 Ik' .IT Lil J r'i KI m EaK Xti C- -illlhvn Hnt'i & "S m ffi S Wl W U u2 JsJA & 91 ft jm " Cleaners KM . HH .M .V. fi' IV W I 'H Mr' Mk ff-J M IK MM i H 5! &2 h uauuy rvui ' . S JL JWJLW-- Y TJL JJBL VJL A j si5 w V "" BaB8S3" BUSINGS By Bob H.ivins old year went out the other ami th" rev year came In. And u the way of life. And we were i other night und the new year in. Now don't get the Aluser dear renders for we had Just l. nut of the house for a cup of speaking of the old year le- us Dear old 1037 was rattier ul wasn't it. Many things have ned since this time last year el there thing3 were for the nd s...

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