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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 January 1938

TRW TfELLO WW V?tjW I Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year Wi$t ryj Jl - Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood lexas as a THE Bob Havins Bob Smith Al Hicks Elbert Whitehead Sandef ord Tune Louise Bishop J. W. Bradshaw Hal .Cherry Mary oteaKiey L.eai acnurman Blanche England Eliot Kemp J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huffstutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters Bernard Howard A. C. White and Junior Strasner THE NEW YEAR The old year 1937 has made 1938 has entered. What have you done that was worthwhile during portant than that what are you What has 193S in store for us welfare health or sickness poverty or riches ? Will we gain wis- dom or will we only retain the scant knowledge that we now have? These are rather old questions. Yet they are the mos...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 January 1938

n SPORTS BASKETBALL SEASON TO START JANUARY 13 J . '-. Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell There will always be a question as to the supremacy of Howard Payne and Hardln-Slmmons. Yes this year's game is over and probably forgotten by many. However this game was taken as a comparison to that of the Rice-Colorado game played In Dallas. It was explained that the confident nice squad might be caught off guard by the capable team from Colorado as was Simmons by Howard rayne This little bit of a column that ap- peared In a certain Fort Worth paper did not help the taste In my mouth. Maybe the writer saw the H.-S. U. and H. P. C. game maybe he did not. For all this writer knows he mr.y have seen both teams play this past season several different times. Per- haps he saw neither. Which ever it may be the paragraph was still humorous and it appears here in quo- tation. "in one of Texas' most notable up- sets this fall Howard Payne's 7-7 tie with Hardin-Slmmons Coach Frank Klmbrough had to let his C...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 January 1938

DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Here Is the first Dial Lights of the new year. Nick hopes that the best thing that happened to you in the year 1937 will be the worst thing that happens to you In the new year. At Nick promised In the last Dial Lights of the old year this column will contain the results of the or- chestra poll. In view of the trends of popular music of the day the results are to say the very least surprising. The winner by a jiose was Wayne Kingl Second place was copped by the King of Swing Benny Goodman. Third was Paul Whlteman. Fourth was Guy Lorn- bardo. Scattered favor for Herman Waldman Shep Fields Joe Reich- man Kay Kyser and the all girl aggregation of Phil Spltalny was evident. The program of Wayne King Is not so apt to unbend and dedicate a song to the school as Benny Goodman would have been but as least we can hope and If our subterfuge works Nick will tell you so you can listen if you are so minded when the deed comes off. Cross you fingers fans. Speaking of dance ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 January 1938

J HOWARD 4 jfc 4 PAYNErTi Friends at I f Ld 111 mMfnBBKSf I 1 ft I I Southern Hotel . i . . Volume XXIV No. 14. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1938 PrlM 5 Cents ECOND LYCEUM PROGRAM MUSINGS By Bob Havlns Some pteat man said that there 'vruld he times In the lives of all 'ron. Now Is the time that happens twice n venr to all men anil women too that aie uniraged in trying to get tin education. Namely the last few days before final exams. The time comes mound and there is nothing we can do about it to keep it from coming around. But there is some- thing we can do about if to keep It fiom getting us all down. That thing is study. Of course wc cannot do eighteen weeks' work In five coutses in about four or five days but we can icview the few fucts that we have absoibcd in these few weeks and tty to get them organized In our minds a little bit. But that old sermon about studying before exams has been pleached until it is about worn out even though it Is still- a pietty potent sermon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 January 1938

mm Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year 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 Bob Havins Bob Smith Al Hicks Joe Bell Sandcford Tunc Louise Bishop Society 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 INTRAMURAL SPORTS If the basketball games vc have so far witnessed on the Intra- mural schedule are a fair indication of what we may expect from the program of sports to be presented then we may well con- gratulate ourselves as a student body for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 January 1938

-a SPORTS JACKETS BEAT RAMS; LOSE TO COWHANDS Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell If was with much Interest that this wilier load a certain paragraph In one of the columns of the Optimist the weekly paper of our friend and neighbor A. C. C. In this column that I have reference to was a short list of athletes of the Texas Confer- ence that had won high achievements through the past year. It was so pleasing to me in regard to the selec- tions that I pass It on to you. 1st. For hurdling "Red" Reese of H. P. C. 2nd. For stellar football James Minor of H. P. C. 3rd. For excellent tennis playing Kendall Jones of A. C. C. This Is another example of the supremacy of Howard Payne in the Texas Conference. Yes this year the fans and papers have begun to call Howard Payne the Minnesota of the Texas Conference. However why shouldn't the Jackets be called that? They deserve It. This yeai's football schedule for Hardin-Slmmons will take the Cow- boys through more than eight states. They open at Paducah ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 January 1938

A sociologist at Indiana university hired "a well known cxpcit In theft" by the week to tell about the "trade". Then he compiled a lexicon of terms in underworld jargon for the scvcial branches of thievery. HEAD CAST OF FILM EPIC Concentrate on your job nnd you will forget your other troubles. The story of Enoch Aiden is that of a shlpwi celled sailor who returns to find his wife tcmariicd. NEW CUSTOMER DRIVE Hcgins Friday Morning at 9 O'clock 4 UIG DAYS 4 NEW CRISP FROCKS REGULAR $1.95 NEW FROCKS 980 Mostly small sizes so you College Girls will really find what you want. A manufacturer who cut long on small sizes has given us a buy in these small frocks for a new customer drive. De here Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Many other values throughout the store: Shoes Millin- ery Coats Sweaters Slips etc. See our circular now being placed at your door. ReWis fr GxhbsMm THE LADIES STORE" 0 College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX The plans are well afoot now to get our dedication. Afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 January 1938

Friend. t IV L III lJl7fflMr I f M W. F I I Southera Hotel J I LLLSJ T T9lrsuIVL 1 ljy Volume XXIV No. 15. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 28 1938 Price 5 Cnta Annual Revival to Start Feb. 6 Scarborough and Trussell Leaders MUSINGS By Bob Havins The serond semester has started. New resolutions are made and some are already broken. We know be- cause we have already broken all of ours. But be that as it may we are all in for another grind that will last four and one-half months. The Muser received a letter from Norman Fromm a day or so ago and In it was enclosed a poem of Fromm's creation. We pass it on t'o you: Two Little Rays of Sunshine Two little rays of sunshine Thru dark clouds may peep; Across a murky sky and black In silent tones may sweep. If they the darkness shun And all their brilliance keep Neither is their mission filled Nor do they harvest reap. Fromm is now located at De Kalb Texas and doubtless would appreciate healing from any of his friends here in Howaid Payne. We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 January 1938

raLOWACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year JxC 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 Joe Bell Sports Editor Sandeford Tune Assistant Sports Editor Louise Bishop Society 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 A. C. White and Junior Strasner LET'S DON'T DO IT At a certain basketball game the other night this writer noticed quite a bit of conduct on the part of several or should we say many Howard Payne students that was not in any way bec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 January 1938

-a SPORTS Jackets Go To Abilene This Weekend t 4. J ' Jackets Lose First Conference Tilt to T.W.C. Sharpshooters Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell For the Week End Howard Payne over McMurry. Trinity over Austin College. Howard Payne over A. C. C. We may be going out on the limb a great distance in our selections of the first two games In which Howard Payne plays but we look for those Jackets to be in top form for their visit to Abilene. The last four defeats have not helped their dispositions either. By virtue of their fine show- ings In previous games we know the cagers from Payne are capable of playing winning ball. This week end we believe they will play winning ball. Last Friday Joe Devaney the speedy senior halfback of the St. Edward's team this past fall took his arm out of cast. . . Devaney as you remember was injured In the early stages of the Armistice Day game be- tween St. Edward's and Howard Payne. Joe has been eager to get back in the game of bumps and knocks. No not footba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 January 1938

IW- 'THE LADIES STORE" - College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Nick received a letter last week from Wayne King's manager concern- ing our electing him the favorite band on the Howard Payne Campus. He played "Stardust" on last Tuesday's program for us but was unable to make an announcement or dedication because his sponsor would not allow It. Nick will copy the letter herewith so you will know the situation well. Dear Mr. Nax: May we express our sincere appte- ciation and thanks for the interest shown in our organization by your student body and faculty. Expressions such as you sent can only serve to make us exert even greater effort In living up to the high standards of beautiful music. We will include "Stardust" on our program of Tuesday Januaty 25 however an announcement or dedica- tion will not be possible due to the regulations governing our commercial broadcasts. Again our thanks and good wishes to all fiom Wayne King. M. J. Ilockford That is all. If didn't sound nearl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 February 1938

fYHOWARD k &s PAYNE S S Meet Your Br TWW T Vt A TlBST W A VNVVrVl J Phone KHen.t lV Hi I (lttW T A 1 11 Gilmore'. II PI II I WW Jffl fiE I Al ill II aTF Volume XXIV No. 16. BROWNWOOP TEXAS THUB8DAYFEBRUARY 3 1938 TJcTgcSST Third Lyceum Number of Year Is Given to Feature Dorothy Crawford Impersonator MUSINGS By Bob Havins Well well another week and here we are wondering how t'o start off this weekly spasm of ours. Plenty of stuff that we could say but where to start Is another matter. Perhaps the best place Is with the entertainment that has been given the students of Howard Payno during the last few days. Monday evening we v. etc entertain- ed with a delightful progtam by Miss Dorothy Crawfoid in her orig- inal character sketches. Such a pro- gram is .seldom seen in Brownwood and was appreciated very much by those that attended. Those who were not there really missed a treat. Speaking of entertainment we also enjoyed the music presented by the professors of the music de- partmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 February 1938

YELLO 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 Havins Editor Bob Smith - Business Manager Al Hicks Associate Editor Joe Bell Sports Editor Sandef ord Tune Assistant Sports Editor Louise Bishop J. W. Bradshaw Hal Cherry Mary Steakley Leal Schurman Blanche England 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 Strnsner . . . Assistant Business Managers NEW FACES ON OUR CAMPUS Welcome Transfers and Freshmen. We are glad to see you make your appearance on our campus this midterm and we wish to extend our hand of friendship to you and congratulate you on your ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 February 1938

SPORTS YELLOW JACKETS DEFEAT INDIANS IN FAST GAME ' Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell The Golden Gloves aspirants of this district began their selge of leather-slinging last night at the local Memorial Hall. These fights will be continued through tonight. There are many ambitious pugilists from the surrounding colleges of the district entered. Daniel Baker Howard Payne and John Tarleton have entrants In the local tournament. Throughout the state the college student's have en- tered in large number. All of the three Abilene schools have entered contestants. Both of the seniqr col- leges of Fort Worth have sluggers In the Golden Gloves. Texas U. and A. & M. have also entered complete teams in their districts. This reminds us the words spoken by the negro trainer for the local boxers. This writer in trying to secure a bit of Information asked the colored boy if he had seen James Minor box. "No suh" he said "but if that son-of- a-gun can fight as well as he can play football he'd be uh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 February 1938

SW 'THE LADIES STORE" College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Before he does anything else this week Nick had better correct a glar lng error that he made last week. Most of you have already noticed that he was a shade damp on that Nelson Eddy paragraph last time so this cor- rection is just making it a formal mis- lick. Nelson Eddy left no Chase and Sanborne progtam to go on no con- cert tour In plain slanguage. Thank you. The new Ben Bernic program Is coming along In great style under the sponsorship of the U. S. Rubber Com- pany. Bernic's plctute work has great- ly Improved his technique und delivery and the sponsors have given him ex cellent supporting talent. Buddy Clark the new singing menace at least new to the tanks of the spon sored programs Is cariying the purple to Kalamazoo every time on the vo- cals and he cute the lines handed him In good order. If he is as good looking as he Is cracked up to be he ought to fall In the lap of the cinema big wigs any time. The Nic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 February 1938

Volume XXIV No. 17. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR8DAY FEBRUARY 10 1938. PriMSCMto ANNUAL MUSINGS Al Hicks pinch-hitting for Bob Havlns. While our beloved editor stands non- chalantly out on the highway his thumb poised in mid-air I sit non- plussed with my thumb poised over the space bar of this lousy typewriter. My thoughts if any are few and far between. My mind Is going 'round and 'round but something has to come out. This warm weather has aroused the editor's wanderlust so he breezed out of the city at high noon and here I am pounding out these puny pon- detings. Had you ever stopped to think how the poor editor slave week after week to give you thlsllterary masterpiece ? It requires a little fore- thought to write samething like this and I haven't had any. Let us get down to serious business for the time being. The thing that is foremost In the minds of the student body Is the revival now in progress. Class work is temporarily at a stand- still. Our mental training has been replaced thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 February 1938

singing and the many other activities that are included. This series of meetings is brought here for our help and edi- fication. In other words the revival is brought here for us not us for the revival. There is no other event of the year that has more importance and value than does this and if for no other reason we should give it our most careful attention. . Class work is being made lighter and other activities postpon- ed so that our attention shall be undivided. So let us also post- pone things which we may have planned and instead give Bros. Scarborough and Trussell our undivided attention. Much good can be accomplished by our co-operation. Let us see you in at- tendance at the meetings. J. Ronald Vibbert. YELLO &CKET 11 EXCHANGE Slimes Letter to Pa Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. WW fi&&f I Dear Pa: Pa I know you sent me fore bits just a few weeks ngo but I shore wish SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 February 1938

-a SPORTS JACKETS WIN FOUR STRAIGHT Scoutm Around with Joe Bell Yes the score's close but the Jacket cageis came through In each game to conquer their opponents and climb back Into the thick of the Texas Con- feiencc pennant chase. For a while it looked like the hardwood artists of Keaton would be lost In the cellar but now with a icversal In form the Jackets ate above the .500 mark and have only one more game in which they will enter with the title of an underdog. That game will be with the very successful T. W. C. Rams. Most critics give Howard Payne little or no chance to gain the con- ference pennant. The Jackets to our estimation though are just now hit- ting their stride and by virtue of their fine showing against the Rams earlier this season should give the Port Wotth bays plenty of basketball In their meeting. When they matched shots bcfoic the Jackets had not played but a few games while the Rams had been In practice for a long time and had had competition with many stiong ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 February 1938

Sett GibU&c. THt LADIES STOPE" College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX John Carter the tenor whom the proof-reader knew more about than Nick seems to be a good buy for Chase and Sanborne. His delivery of lines sounds boyish and enthusias- tic smacking somewhat of the style of Kenny Baker Eddy Duchln find who struts for Jack Benny. Theic is nothing immature about his singing however. His voice is full and rich and lacks entirely the piercing quality present in so many of our leading tenors. Eddy may not be so welcome when he returns on the seventh of next August. The option that caused Nick to be recently and completely haywire was taken up but as Nick has already said not until next August. That is straight from Hoyle with no mixup and no mistake. Dick Powell apparently thinks about as much of his ptogram as Nick does. He and G. W. Hill the fag exec who runs the show get long like cats and cats. The program is hand- led in a rather slip shod way for big time with continual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1938

Volume XXIV No. 18. BROWNWOOD TCXA8 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 1938. Price 5 Cents Junior Class Starts Plans For Raising Money For Annual Prom For This Spring MUSINGS By Bob Havlnt The Revival Is now over and most of us are beginning to settle down to that same old routine again. The Revival as you all know was a great success and the memories linked with the meeting will long be cherished In many hearts. The college was Indeed fortunate In having two such men to conduct the meeting as Dr. L. R. Scarbrough and Joe Trussell. Both are fine gentlemen interested in the youth of the nation and both hold Howard Payne College In high esteem. The time of the year has about rolled around when the various class editions of the Yellow Jacket will be published. These editions were not published last year because of extraordinary circumstances. This year how- ever they will be. Each class will elect an editor In class meet- ings to be held Wednesday of next week. The editor-ln-chlef will select a staf...

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