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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1938

mLo WW feaBawall I mm vTi.xW I ACKET 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 Joe Bell Sports Editor Sandef ord 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 Huff stutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters Bernard Howard Circulation Manager A. C. White and Junior Strasner . . .Assistant Business Managers AN APPRECIATION Certainly it is proper at this lime that we mention the splen- did results of the efforts of al...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1938

V SPORTS Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell NOTICE: See front page for sport news. The tightening Texas Conference basketball race appears to be In some what of a muddle at this particular moment. It seems that the Texas Wesleyan Rams current leaders and favorites to cop the title are in an embarrassing predicament. The Rams have played eight games and have won all of them with Impressive ease. Now however they lack three more games to become elglble for the championship and no team Is willing to face them that is none that have not played them previously. The McMurry Indians nor the A. C. C. Wildcats have met the Rams on the hardwood this year and seem to be a bit reluctant in doing so. These two clubs A. C. C. and McMurry could clear the matter up by merely matching games with the T. W. C. boys and make them elglble for the conference pennant. However the Abilene clubs offer some excuse of some sort about a representative sche- dule and will not agree to any games. This scribe would ha...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1938

Seltis 6ibU&c 'THE LADIES STORE College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX May Nick be permitted an ask? Why in tunket have not the cinema big wigs used the beautiful singing voice of Beverly Roberts ere this? She was discovered singing in a night club anyho. As a pop vocalist she is speaking conservatively a hootln- scootin double-geared self-starting back-action stem-winding whizz-get- tlng super-sockdolager. May Nick be further permitted a predict? Since the vocal plug given Miss Roberts on the Kraft program the cinema moguls will use her singing because of cus- tomer action. A thousand pardons to J. Anthony Linotyper but the first name of the first writer of "Bel Mir etc etc." is Sholom not Shelon. Mistake in spell- ing was through no fault of J. An thony or even Nick. It was due no doubt to the fact that Nick's cherubic room-mate was Irked at the falntncss o fthe ribbon on the house typewriter and oiled it. Now it prints so black that the e's a's o's c's and s's all look...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 February 1938

fJ--V HOWARD kS A PAYNErT Meet Your fc fpy JT VfifflT T A fKW F TTl Friends at " I X Ld I I f MM ktrMmm I V ltW W I I Southern Hotel r. II P III WW Mm TO I AAI ll 1 I I Cleaners Gdmore. J J fflJl!L J I L I 7 I L1 Volume XXIV No. 19. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 1938. Tr1cr5Cen5r Football Awards Presented Jackets Undefeated Champs of Texas Conference MUSINGS By Bob Havina Just before starting out on the weekly spasm we were cleaning up our desk. Just happened to notice how many different sorts of communica- tions your Muser has received since the last time his desk was cleaned off. Just happened to notice that there was an abundance of publicity on various pictures to be released soon news releases from several govern- ment relief agencies a catalogue of used books speeches by various and sundry politicians magazines adver- tising the various industries of the nation releases taken from articles in various magazines sent to your editor in hopes that some of the read- ers of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 February 1938

YEHO 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 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 jJmjJSSShhl 'f-rlSr AFTERMATH One week and two days ago the revival campaign closed that is the series of meetings were discontinued. However if the mee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 February 1938

SPORTS J 2 Jackets Close Season Tomorrow Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell The Texas Conference basketball race Is entering Its last go-around this week-end. . . It reminds us when Ma Ferguson was governor but instead of having two governors for the price of one the conference has two cham- pions. . . . T. W. C. the true champion lacks only two more games to be legally eligible for the crown A. C. C the team that is leading the pack and a favorite to finish ahead of all teams except T. W. C has lost one game but has played the number re- quired to become legal guardian of the cup. . . . Maybe if the Jacket cagers had defeated the Rams Monday the Wildcats Would have risked a chance and matched the Fort Worth boys . . . The Jackets were trounced by the Rams however .... One thing about the two Brownwood teams is that even though they were defeated neither hesitated in matching the T. W. C sharpshooters. . . .That is some- thing that a couple of Abilene teams cannot say. For some time Joe ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 February 1938

A ALLEN A HOSIERY SALE PRICES CONTINUED. $1.15 and $1.00 for 79c 89c and 79c for 69c All New Spring Shades Bettis & Gibbs Inc. College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Eddie Cantor's contract with Tex- aco will expire on the 31st of March. He may start a show for Camel cig- arettes on Mondays beginning March 28. Then Benny Goodman will swing out alone on the Tuesday spot now oc- cupied by Goodman and Jack Oakie. Those facts are only possibilities be- cause Cantor has set the ante pretty high and he has not done too well lately on the Texaco show. But they are possibilities and we can watch for developments as time passes. Nick read in a Jewish newspaper last week that the rumor was untrue that Hitler was thinking of making Bel Mir Blst Du Schoen the Nazi na tional anthem. Tsk. KTSA now has a staff orchestra that is good enough and versatile en- ough to play practically any kind of music. KTSA has been blossoming out with superior service rather heav ily lately. They not so ...

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

Volume XXIV No. 20. HPC GOES Hobo Convention Given by Junior Class Tuesday Night in Gp is Huge Success MUSINGS By Leal Schurman subbing for Bob Havlns Well as the English teachers say never to begin a sentence heie is the senior edition of the Yellow Jacket. The sub-muser hopes it meets with your approval. Please do not hold any of these rambllngs against the otiginal Muser. He had nothing whatever tt do with them. Spring Is definitely on the up-beat The buzz should be getting Buzzier every time the paper goes to press at least for the next few weeks then the thing will settle down fo the same old thing with only an occasional schism to brighten the life of the buz- zer. Thanks now to the members of the sub-muser's staff. If this paper meas- ures up to the fine standard set by T. R. it is due to theit good coopera- tion. While thanks ate in order Bob gets a laigc share himself for pre- ponderantly material assistance in in- itiating this xno wrltpr into the mys teries ot newspaper e...

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

mm W &CKET 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 FOR THIS ISSUE Editor Leal Schurman Business Manager Bob Smith Sports Editor Elbert Whitehead Society Editor Lorena Janeway Religious Editor Roy Watson Columns Novalene Adams Edwin Moore Exchange Editor Charles Pitts Assistant Business Managers. . . A. C. White and Junior Strasner 553iliK8 FOR HOWARD PAYNE MY ALL. The above has been an ideal around this college for a long time but how far does it go with the average Howard Payne student? For the next few weeks the various classes and clubs around the campus will be making efforts to raise funds for the activities of the end of the year. Are you willing to co-operate ? Do you read the Yellow Jacket or ...

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

SPORTS m ill i mi t Jackets Open Track Season Tomorrow Jacket Basketeers Drop Final Game To Southwestern Pirates 30-25 Scoutm Around With Elbert Whitehead Basketball has come and gone the records are marked down and there Is nothing loft except our memories of the past season. Captain Glenn Knudson played his last game for the Jackets ending a career that has been highly successful. "Swede" besides being one of the most capable mem- bers on the squad is one of the most popular boys in the school. He'll be missed next season. The remainder of the squad will be back next year and should give How- ard Payne a mighty good record on the hardwood. The defeat of Mc- Murry by Trinity U. leaves the Jackets In a tie with Trinity's Tigers for "official" second place In the final conference standing each with nine victories and five defeats. It seems a shame that the T. V. C. Rams should be deprived of a chance to win the flag by the simple ptocess of the other schools avoiding them. Oh well th...

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

Co V h "TMt LADIES STORE" - College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Did you ever stop to think of the value of radio as an advertising med- ium? There are an estimated thirty million radios in the United States In active use. It would be more than conservative to say that three people are listening to the average radio. Careful checkups show that 40 per cent of all radios in the United States were tuned in on the Chase and San- borne program a month ago next Sun- day. 40 per cent of thirty million radios would be the amazing total of twelve million or a fair listening aud- ience of thirty-six million people. In other woids thirty-six million people heatd about that coffee right In their own homes by the second best way in the world to Impress the fact of that coffee's existence on the public's mind the ear. Nearly every family who is able to afford better coffee listens to the antics of Charlie McCarthy and thanks Chase and Sunbornc for his wit. Certainly If any advertising me...

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

Volumn XXIV No. 21. Student Council Submits Changes In Present Constitution To Student Body MUSINGS By Bob Havlnt Wo understand that Helen Lloyd and Bob Smith are to be married to night In Fort Worth. We extend our congratulations to both of them. Both of them ate swell kids and we hated to see them leave school when they did. We have enjoyed very much work ing with Smith on the Yellow Jacket this year. It has been a real pleasure to associate with a business manager who worked at his job as did Bob. Again wo say that we congratulate both of them. Helen was perhaps one of the swell- est girls on the campus that could have been elected to the position that she held that of Band Sweetheart. At all times she did her best to prance and strut for dear old Howard Payne. She was the kind that really makes an impression when placed in such a posi- tion as she was placed in. Besides that she had that personality plus that few people are blessed with. Bob was a good business manager. He alway...

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

YHiOWiJACKET 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 Havins Editor A. C. White and Junior Strasner Business Managers Al Hicks Associate Editor Joe Bell 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 Circulation Manager MWWmm. P af r tm"" ZA3L ARE YOU AN EDITORIAL READER? Do you ever take time to turn over to this page and read the editorials? Or is it just filled up space to you? Is it because it has no murder story or other current ...

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

-a SPORTS Volley Ball Season Nearing Close ? Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell The basketball race Is over and the A. C. C. Wildcats are definitely the champions . . . .Some boys up at Fort Worth are still of different opinion . . . Now the conference attention is turning to track and other spring sports. . . . With the loss of nearly one hundred points between them A. C. C. and H". P. C. will likely be weaker .... This should not be of worry to the fans though for it will make the competition just that mucfi closer .... By May however the tracksters should be fully experienc- ed and ready for a chance at a few records. For some time we have been broad- casting about how the Texas Confer- ence basketball teams will be next year . . . Well we still say the same with a little more emphasis. . . The winning A. C. C. team will be bother- ed with the loss of but one player from the first five . . . T. W. C. will be the same next season. . . Howard Payne Daniel Baker and St. Edward's will see...

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

Settts Glbbs.&c fcta- "THB LADIES STORE - College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Radio serials are getting worse and worse. They are presenting nothing but blood and thunder or unrequited love. They drizzle so much that if you listen to them you have x pull your feet up In your chair to keep the mush from polluting them. Sometimes .It gets so bad that you even have to s'nncl on the mantle. Legions of de- cency are campaigning against bloody (eilals for children especially. They tire making it plain that the hero must belong to the legions of the law and not to the underworld. The crime does not pay idea must be the pay off and any glorification of the criminal is not countenanced. That is fair c- nough. Nick adds his commendations to the movement. The networks are now recipients i along with the Federal Communica- tions Commission of more complaining letters than at any time in the history of radio. Just as sure as congress in- terferes with anything the people feel that ...

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

m V B W f .V A F yBSHT H A F. W T PJPWll Phone Please Track J I I 1 A hSBB I A -W X FTl 6I WithYcur I W LtH I II Imlmf OW I m Iw tH I I Southern Hotel A .. I I I I I I IffWlfflH I AAI ll Cleaners L Advertisers J I Lljlillf f IIJml. ill;! J I 1 SKIng Volumn XXIV. No. 22 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8DAY MARCH 17 1938. "a . I ' - Prlee 5 Cents Class Projects Continue to Hold Spotlight of Campus Activity Methinks Typewriters pounding into the wee hours of the night weary brains grop- ing for elusive thoughts reporters scurrying for last minute stories sob sl3tcis wooing the Muse for an angle on their assignments midnight oil be- ing consumed by the gallons copy editors raving brainstorms sweeping through enterprising reporter's ranks .... That my frans is the story be- hind the Junior Edition. Let's take a peep at the scenes be- hind the news- for the Jacket. Monday morning the editor begins scouting n round for news. Monday evening editor assigns reporters to cover var- ious stories. Tuesday m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 March 1938

YELLOYJACKET 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 Al Hicks Editor A. C. White Business Manager Hal Cherry Associate Editor George Bastian Religious Editor George Edwards Sports Editor Louise Bishop Society Editor Claude Knieff Clifford Horn Carlton Lee Clifford Ovcrtsreet (Viaduct) Columnists Geraldine Evans Rita Garvin Bob Havins Clifford Overstreet Reporters "OUR PROJECT This Spring each class has a project. A great amount of work is involved in each undertaking. The nature of each project is such as to demand enthusiastic participation on the part of every member of each class. In past years it has been the custom for the majority of a class to permit the responsibility of the project to rest upon the shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 March 1938

-a SPORTS Final Drill of the Current Spring Training Season Will Be Held Today Sportiscope By George Edwards All eyes are directed to the gridiron as the football hopefuls drag out the moleskins for their annual session of spring training. Coach Keaton and the boys are in the midst of one of the most hectic training periods in years. Skinned beaks and the old reliable "varsity limp" are much In evidence once more. From all Indications the Jackets are due to have power to let next season. All of which reminds me that with spring training comes the usual flock of predictions as to next year's cham- pion. Of course each scribe loudly ac- claims his particular school as the only logical choice but most of them are merely seeking to show their loyalty to dear old Siwash. Few if any really believe that the Jackets can be ousted from the throne room next year. And now let me climb out on the Proverbial limb by picking the Gold and Blue for the 1938 title. The warm weather brings with it re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 March 1938

Seiite 6iUws&ic kte- 'THE LADIES STORE College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS By Nick Nax Jr. Flash! Gene Krupci leaves Benny Goodman's Band to start his own or chest ru.- Goodman pledges his aid to Krupa in helping him get a start It was rumored that Benny was dis- satisfied with the way Krupa was stealing the show. This my friends Is a falsity for the only reason Krupa gave for his resignation from the troop was he could make more money with his own band. This is a plaus- ablc story so we'll stick to it. We are all sure Gene will make good for look at Abe Lyman Ben Pollock and Phil Harris all terrific drummers. Lionel Hampton the vile pounder in the Goodman Quartet is subbing for Kruba until Davie Tough fills his fore night notice. Tough hails from Benny Berigans Orchestra and formerly Tommy Dorsey's Orchestra. Flash! Chick Webb retains Swing Title! The much talked of Swing Battle took place in Harlem's Savoy Ballroom drawing a record attend- ance. Over 5000 were turned away. Traff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 March 1938

t. A Volumn XXIV. No. 23 BROWNWOOO TEXA8 THURSDAY MARCH 24 1938. PriM BCWlt rTV HOWARD MKBULTl jewelry IVT; I fwk A kSU A wwx LTi 6I QTnor vf mwd I I llAf TwOsWtY I m . m I Southern Hotel I II II IWW 1111 I AH I II Cleaners The Gift Shop' II I I I m f f ff Ml & Ifl Vl 1 il ill Sandy King Choral Organizations On Campus Have Made a Remarkable Record This Year MUSINGS By Bob Havlns Things hustle and things bustle and the grass shows that spring Is In the air. Things happen and things fall to happen and such Is the way of life. We understand that the Sopho- mores are really busy and plan to make the Howard Payne Day a real success this year. We are carrying a story on the activities In another part of the paper and we would sug- gest that you read the story and then when you go home tell your friends about It and urge all of them that are seniors In high school to come to the affair. From the looks of the program we are really going to have something that will be worth while. We 1 a...

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