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

YEiOWJACKET 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 A. C. WHITE Business Manager AL HICKS Associate Editor JUNIOR STRASNER Assistant Business Manager JOE BELL Sports Editor LOUISE BISHOP Society Editor R. L. PATIL'LO Religious Editor HAL CHERRY Feature Editor LEAL SCHURMAN ED LOVELL CHARLES PITTS. ED MOORE Columnists BERNARD HOWARD Circulation Manager J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huff- stutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones '. Reporters WHY FACULTY MEMBERS HAVE HEADACHES Do you know that faculty members teachers to you have headaches? Or did you conclude that there is nothing there to have a headache from ? We will not attempt to varify or di...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 March 1938

SPORTS Jackets Place Fourth at Fat Stock Show Tennis Tournament to Start in a Few Days BARN 14 Men to Fight For Place on the Team Scoutin' Around ELBERT WHITEHEAD SUBBING FOR JOE BELL Spring football drills are over for most of the boys who were participat- ing in them. A few still have their uni- forms and go out for a short period each day but' all pads are in moth balls until next fall and no rough work Is engaged in. Spring drills as you know are for work on the funda- mentals of the game stress placed mostly on blocking timing In team- work tackling guards "pulling out." kicking passing and pass defense. The spring drills are boresome to some as there are no games to look forward to each weekend but they are Invaluable to the Interests of the success of a team. Mr. Keaton has a definite line on the prospects for the success next fall that he did not have before spring drills. None of his opinions have been aired so far as this writer knows but we nave a hunch that the Jackets w...

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

"THE LADIES STORE College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Well It seems as if Nick hadn't been In his own stall for a year at least while In reality It has only been one time. Nick was surprised to find that there was a Nick Jr. scurrying about the campus but little Nickle did a bang up job. Nick Is liable to turn up missing on this here news agency yet If other people keep writ- ing his column. There were several mistakes In little Nick's column which he assures Nick were the fault of the compositor and having seen Little Nick's copy Nick is Inclined to believe that the mistakes were NOT Little Nick's fault. According to the copy that Little Nick handed Nick to look over Little Nick KNEW whose orchestra had what theme muslo. Here is the real way those should have been numbered. Jan Garber "My Dear." Wayne King "The Waltz You Sav- ed for Me." Henry Busse "Hot Lips." Horace Heldt "I'll Love You in My Dreams." Joe Relchman "Little Thoughts." Don Bestor "Linger Awhile." Richard H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 March 1938

s54 KTTT rllfmTAlr'CTl s yi ri . I f III MmJIf nuGHV7 I m sW MX K I Southern Hotel Dry Cleaning W 1 III I If If wKJM I LAI F 1 ' I I Cleaners "Sanitone" II I I I jLM 1nnk J 1 J I Ej I V I l SKing sas""s ' V Wr JIT Volume XXIV. No. 24. """"'TbRWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 31 1938. )j. PrioBOnu' Pi Kappa Delta Club To Trinity Cogitating Fish Excel In Chapel Program Here we are again April 1 and April Fool. All Fool's day to you. We slimes run everything on this day. Humph! All Fools day!! Well be it known ye uppers we run this publi- cation too. You probably think it will be the same old stuff. Well may- be you are pretty smart after all. It Is the same except it is new. New cuts at the upper classmen new gags at the guys and gals new honor for the Freshmen. Funny thing this April Fool any- way. Everybody running around tell- ing people things that are not true and then gleefully calling "April Fool." Everybody rulls gags every- body is supposed to "bite" and every- body has a good tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 March 1938

MOtfftJACKET Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $100 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 SANFORD TUNE Editor A. C. WHITE Business Manager JOE BELL Assistant Editor JUNIOR STRASNER Assistant Business Manager NELL REEDER Society Editor HUGENE GLASSON Special Reporter JOHN GODDMAN ERNA KLUGE JAMES DAVIS RAY BOULDIN Columnists This is the April Fool edition. It is as simple as that just here it is. It passed the censors so it must be pure enough for your minds and this is April Fool's Day so you should be sport enough to take a panning. Heretofore the paper has dealt with the coaching staff going to Hardin-Simmons or some of the faculty members getting mar- ried or possibly the Barn being burned for insurance. But we want to be different. We hope to giv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 March 1938

SPORTS - - i n m m ii i BB9 . j Tobacco Spitting Contest To Be Although Informal conceptions of contest have been held by students of Howard Payne College the first campus-wide Expert Tobacco Quid Squirt- In Contest In the history of the semi- nary will be held In the near future on the walks of the Mlms Building. Many contestants have already en- tered and begun Intensive training for the coming event. Not only will there be preachers but also a few grumb- ling gorillas of the Barn and several Independent contestants in the spec- tacular attraction. There will be no charge whatso- ever to enter this championship Squlrtin Contest as it is being held for the interest of the student and as an experiment by the administration in order to find out how far to place the seats in the class rooms from the windows. Of course there will be a medium of qualifying but It is ex- pected that all will be able to muster themselves Into the starting rank in the championship division. Each before he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 31 March 1938

Gentleman Found On 3rd Floor ScHi & GtbU&wK ta. 'Till LADIES STORE College Girls Clothes Upper Story Once a city girl was visiting her uncle on the farm. While there he proceeded to show her around the place. The girl had told him that she had been to college but she knew nothing about farm life. So under the circumstances and in order that she might understand more thoroughly he decided to explain things to her in college terms. He took her first into the milk house where the milk was being separated from the cream. He explained. "This is the separated milk or blujon. It is just like any upperclassman; it isn't worth very much. Now this other stream is different. It is more like the Howard Payne Freshmen; it is the cream of the crop." That was clear enough for the girl and made her more eager to see more of the farm. The young lady passed on to the various divisions of the well laid out farm. She knew enough about the poultry department to pass it by. After all she had live...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 April 1938

Volume XXIV. No. 25. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THUR8 DAY APRIL 7 1938. Prloa 5 Canto MUSINGS Seems that the talk this week has been mostly about the fire destroying the old Godbold Gymnasium. The building was burned to the ground and the value of what is left would amount up to exactly nothing. The thing of the moment Is "what are we going to do for a gym next year?" That remains to be solved. No definite plans arc being made at the present according to authorities of the school. This writer has never seen so many different shades of plain and fancy colored pajamas and robes as he did Tuesday morning. Most of the stu- dents poured out of their rooming houses around the campus in a very short time after the alarm was given and the sight was one to behold. In our opinion Howard Payne Col- lege was lucky that the gymnasium was the only building that burned. Luckily the wind was from exactly the right direction to keep the flames from catching some of the other build- ings. This writer thinks tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 April 1938

YELLOVJACKET 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 STAFF BOB HAVINS Editor AL HICKS Associate Editor JOE BELL Sports Editor LOUISE BISHOP Society Editor R. L. PATILLO Religious Editor HAL CHERRY Feature Editor LEAL SCHURMAN ED LOVELL CHARLES PITTS ED MOORE Columnists BERNARD HOWARD Circulation Manager J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huff- stutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters Junior Strasner and Coy Evans .... Assistant Business Managers CHANGING HOWARD PAYNE TRADITIONS Dear to the heart of every Howard Payne student are the traditions that come down to us from year to year. We look to them as a way in which we come to love our Alma Mater better as the years roll ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 April 1938

-a SPORTS ; Tracksters To San Marcos For Dual Meet This Week-end Scoutin' Around with Joe Bell A personal chapter of Howard Payne tradition and history has end- ed. The frame gymnasium that has so long withstood blast's and thrusts of mother nature and the onslaught of students and fans remains a mem- ory as its once formidable figure now lies in a state of ruin and ashes. There could be no better example of Howard Payne progress and spirit than the history of the Howard Payne gymnasium. Converted from the west army barracks into a modern physi- cal education plant' In 1924 and recog- nized as the Godbold Gymnasium this building was a great step in the for- warding of Howard Payne. Coach "Cap" Shelton inaugerated the plant with a two game series with Sam Houston. With the handicap of being from scratch because of the fact that' a basketball team did not represent the Jackets the previous year "Cap" managed to recruit about twenty-five boys. Not all of their games were won but enough...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 April 1938

LOOK? GIRLS HE'S HERE AGAIN. YOUR FAVORITE BOB TAYLOR THt LADIES STORE -1 College Girls Clothes DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Finally Nick gets to write his column again. So much different stuff has been In this space the past few weeks that Nick hopes you hav. en't forgotten he was here If you over knew it. The movie big wigs at Twentieth Century Fox recently began to notice that Tony Martin has a remarkable tange. Then came the brainstorm. They are giving him special voice training and he is to warble the Pro- logue to Pagliaccl in a forthcoming cinema called "Kentucky Moonshine." Last Sunday Nick saw a man wearing a monocle in church and It was no gag. The fellow actually wears one of those things! Of Interest to Nick was the recent trip of the Gleemen to the Field Street Baptist Church in Cleburne. After their somewhat unfortunate showing a week ago today In our chapel it was gratifying to see the boys make an excellent showing in an important trip. They sang beautifully and they have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1938

rUT HOWARD A Afer . NErIPl Please Trade J I I Am A ABr I A MMX Fjl 6! WithYcur I W H III 11111 Oill I 1 l. H Southern Hotel A I I I I I I IWWMlW I L4I III Cleaners I Adversers J UjMjM iflfflJll. J I 1 J I V I L Sandy King Volume XXIV. No. 26. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 21 1938T'I TTS" m ' - ' - ' " ' s -a p. s ' i i n ! ! im PnO 9 ctmi MUSINGS By Bob Havlnt The Muser's congratulations are due to Charles Myers and the members of the B. S. U. Council for their work In the attaining of the First Magnitude for the Howard Payne B. S. U. for another year. Work was started to- ward the First Magnitude year before last by Mary Lou Dunn and her as- sociates and then Kenneth Hiner and the other members of the council reached it for the first time in several years. This year Myers and his co- horts kept up the splendid work. It is an honor that few schools attain and we should be proud. As we said before congratulations. Four Howard Payne debaters are In Topeka Kansas this week debating at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1938

ELLO MM! Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas ns second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $1.00 3af wdf1 ST. Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Pcess 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 AL HICKS Associate Editor JOE BELL Sports Editor LOUISE BISHOP Society Editor R. L. PATILLO Religious Editor HAL CHERRY Feature Editor LEAL SCHURMAN ED LOVELL CHARLES PITTS ED MOORE Columnists BERNARD HOWARD Circulation Manager J. C. Elam Evangeline Velez Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huff- stutter Hugh Campbell. Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters Junior Slrasner and Coy Evans . . . .Assistant Business Managers LIBRARY ADDITIONS Several now additions have been made to the library recently that are well worth recognition that they have not received. Perhaps one of the greatest is the new map of Texas that has been placed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1938

SPORTS Scontin' Around with Joe Bell Grady Anderson the number four ranking tennis player at Southwest- ern is the nephew of E. B. and Fred Grady stars of the '26 Jacket teams . . . Fred was an All-Conference center on the football team and E. B. was half back. . . . The same E. B. was second to Cheaney in the sprints on the Track team. ... It Just does not seem right for Grady to visit Howard Payne and help de- feat the tennis team. Abilene must be going in for strong defense in football. ... In two spring training games there this past week only one touchdown was scored. . . . The A. C. C. second string backfield behind the first string line scored one counted against the other intra-squad team. . . . However the powerful Hardin Simmons teams could not score against each other. ... In their first intra-squad game the score was 0-0. . . Reports have it that punting is the weakness that is facing Kim- brough. ... If the boys do not score more than in that first game this corner woul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 April 1938

NEW ARRIVALS IN- EVENING GOWNS. GET READY FOR THE MAY FESTIVAL. GORGEOUS NEW CHIFFONS Nets Laces Etc. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. College Girls' Clothes mmmwivui:mnmTLnM!inmmWiWWifmfsiim DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX It will soon be lime for the old bug- aboo of the radio fan Daylight Sav- ing time to show up up the Eastern hotizon and the semi-annual progiam unsnarling bee will officially begin. Tsk. "Goodnight An?el" sounds a good bit like "Catclessly". Some times Nick wondeis when he sees the many inter- woven themes in popular music if it is possible to exhaust the infinite var- iety of combinations of musical tones In view of this vnilcty eminent men in music have allowed as how it will take 140000 yea is of the ptcsent grinding to exhaust the possible chord supply. As the eminent Stioud says "I'll wait ." Fred Allen leaves the Old Town Hall piogtam on June 29. As this goes to press the subbers have not been picked. Nick is ptepared to wager a sou that the Meiry Macks Harry Von Zell and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1938

ey Queens From Senior For Miss Senior Class Premonitions By "JINX" Without much adoo over prelimi- naries Just saying a couple of amens to the illustrious lead of this column given a few weeks ago by our good friend and fellow politician Al Hicks we offer you for your criticism or compliments if any the Sophomore Class edition of the Yellow Jacket. In this effort we have tried to give members of the high school senior classes a resume of a typical year at Howard Payne and list a few of the reasons they should be here to enroll next September and to mem- bers of Howard Payne's student body a list of highlights in our year's activity. As the time draws near for summer vacation although none of us will admit it that welt known lump Is rising to a lodging place in our throats. No matter how glad we are to start our three months of leisure and loafing after a few weeks We will wish for September pep ral- lies and football games. Anyway it has been a great year and many of us can look for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 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 ROY FOX Editor JOE BELL Sports Editor MARY EVELYN JONES Society Editor R. L. PATILLO Religious Editor RONALD VIBBERT Feature Editor BOB SIMS ROGER EATON MARY STEAKLEY ED LOVELL Columnists ALVIE STRASNER Jr Circulation Manager A. C. WHITE Business Manager J. C. Elam Roberta Howard Joe Fielder Thomas Levisay Bessie Rae Coats Evangeline Velez Thomas Cole Lillian Shaw Minor Beulah Duncan and Anita Joy Lindsay Reporters SUNSHINE ON SLAUGHTER Have any of you Jackets been in an automobile accident? Do you know that an accident can happen to you in precisely the same manner it happens to others. Tom Dick Harry or your best friend? Or did you ever think of it in that li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1938

Political Pot is Boiling Candidates List Platforms To prove that the Yellow Jacket la unbiased In Its opinion for any can- didate each student planning to run for any office was offered space In this Issue to state his platform or For Jacket Bus. Mgr. In making a bid for the office of Business Manager of the Yellow Jacket I wish to thank those of you who supported me in that race and to rc-sollcit your votes In the election next week. If elected I will place the paper on a sound financial basis Which Is necessary for a good paper. In asking for your vote I wish to call to your attention my qualltlca- Uons for the office: I am a sopho- more and can serve in the capacity for two years; I am well acqalnted and well-liked by the business men of Brownwood; I have worked as as- sistant business manager through this year. Signed JUNIOR STRAS- NER. For Editor of Lasso In soliciting your support as Editor of "The Lasso" I wish to state that I have served the staff this year in capacity of pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1938

C. of C. Queen Athletics Predominate at H. P. C. 'F7& Interesting History of H. P. Related The opening of Howard Payne Col- lege on September 0 1890 In a single small frame building where the First Baptist Church stands today was the realization of the dream of Doctor J. D. Robnett. He was a native of Liberty Missouri and was educated at William Jewel College. Having been pastor of the First Baptist Church seven years he realized the great need In West Texas of educated pastors and laymen It was he who led In building up a sentiment among Baptists of the Pecan Valley Baptist Association for the founding of a de nominatlonal college. In January 1889 at a meeting of the executive board of the Pecan Val- ley Baptist Assiclatlon with the Cole- man church Rev. J. W. Slaton offered a resolution that the association build a Baptist college. An extra session of the board was called to meet at Indian Creek on June 29 and 30 for the purpose of passing definitely on the Staton lesolutlon. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1938

Howard Payne Track Team Is Winner Over Job Tarleton Plowboys Squad Scontin' Around with Jos Bell One of the true forms of "that old Howard Payne spirit" is being shown by Carl Arnsplger former student of Howard Payne and now teacher at Brownwood Junior High. Donating his services In the form of a tennis coach Carl Is passing along helpful knowledge of the court game. While in H. P. C. he was runner-up In the Texas Conference singles and teamed with the Canady brothers Hob and Bud to form the most versatile ten- nis team In Jacket history. A true sport and true backer of Howard Payne Arnsplger Is looking for a successful year for the team. To those who think that the H. P. C. football team will quell the yells of the Simmon Cowboys next fall with ease please take note. The so-called "scrubs" of the Hardin-Simmons club defeated the varsity 19-14 in the last lntra-squad game. In the vic- torious group are twenty-six boys (count 'em; one center four guards six tackles four ends two quar...

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