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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 April 1938

SeHta 6lbb.&c Ita TE LADIES STORE" - The Magic Eye (By Bob Sims) This week's attempt at the afore- called "Dial Light's" is not the fault of the one and only Nick Nax but the humble substitute from the sopho more class. Well as your correspondent goes before the scrutiny of censorship he is filled with a peculiar feeling com- mon to a novice writer as stage or mike fright is to the stay or radio performer in his Initial attempt. It is. his first try at throwing the ink ... so much for the prelims. ROMANCE TO MAKE YOUR BLOOD POUND? The professional music men of Am- erica recently announced their choice of the nation's 10 best crooners. The choice on the dollar-and-cents basis of songs and records sold was: 1. Bing Crosby. 2. Dick Powell. 3. Tony Martin. 4. Ozzte Nelson. 5. Rudy Vallee. 6. Buddy Clarke. 7. Kenny Baker. 8. Benny Fields. 9. Prank Parker. 10. Bob Hope. The professional music men of Am- erica are "song pluggers" employed by the music publishers to persuade noted singe...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1938

-rMZvL H O W ARD kMf w . PAYNETp meet your K WTT TT V W A TSB TT A N B " TT M B ne FRIENDSAT IX Ld I If llAriBl'l V IX L II c fu61u.i W W III I MI OftBlNX I .m IL M I I Southern Hotel GILMORE'S I I I I I I lWWJ-ftu4V IA-1 Im I II Cleaners Volume XXIV. No. 28. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDDAY MAY 5 1938. s jbbjbssi . PHoa m CilWl Howard Payne Day Is Big Success As Hundreds Attend May Fete Saturday MUSINGS By Bob Havlns In starting: out on the weekly spasm we might ham! out a congratulation or two. To all of the politicians we extend our heartfelt congratulations along with our ever so heartfelt sym- pathy foi you during the coming year. To those who lost we are sorry. The Muser wishes that it were possible to let everybody win but since it isn't we say better luck next time. The races this year were not so hot as they have been in years gone by as very little mud slinging has been done. All of the races were run off In a very clean manner and the can- didates as well as the campaign speak- ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1938

YELLO 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 Strasncr and Coy Evans . . . .Assistant Business Managers SOPH'S SUCCESS The annual Howard Payne Day a day when graduating seniors are guests of Howard Payne College this year sponsored by the sophomore class was regarded by faculty members of the college and visitors as one of the greatest a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1938

SPORTS 3. Jackets Meet Cardials Defeat Ban Bms h Ik Fist Game cf Playoff Series Monday Jackets Place SetoedlnAnnl Son Bowl Relays With pi epilation time foi the Tons Confcrnnte tnck ind field meet nai rowed doun to a margin of two weeks the defending confeicnce champions of Huuntd P.ijnc top- ped all heretofore accomplishments In the annu.il imitation Sun Bowl Relajs held at El Paso Sntuiday. The strong East Tcas State Teach- ers won the mitt Braving a stiong wind sweeping down through the mictions the Yel- low Jackit mile and medlc lelay teams finished ahead of nil com- petition to win both events and lost the 440 jaid telav bv one j.ud and 880-jard lelaj b si inthes Final pieparition for the Confer- ence meet to be held in Biownwood May 12 and 13 will be held on the Howard Pajnc oval this week-end when the Jackets tangle with thcli strongest confeicnce contenders Abi- lene Christian College Running on the winning mile re- lav quartet weie Milton Howard Otho B it bee H ilph Sw indi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1938

"IN OLD CHICAGO" OPENS SATURDAY MIDNIGHT AT THE LYRIC Ministerial Digest B- 'THE LADIES SI ORE -" By R.- L. Patlllo DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Hcic It Is time for Nick to get back In this stall for a tir.'e or lo if ye editor doesn't doulie ctiss-cross him. The erd of prhonl is comlii5r on apace bringing the old feelings that ciuio with the cud of school and such thirds Nirk ' or p that the appar- ent cs-'L'r.d.u-.iv of Howard rajr.e m-teilalij-e." in Hi blcro-t v.w ! The hist time that" Nick officiated in this capacity he suld that Kaxine Cray was expected to tctmn to the orchestra of Hal Kemp as soon as she rccoeod from her many physi- cal disabilities but you know women --they ne'.cr do v. hat one expects them to do. Pile is to join file band of Ekinnay Ennls formet drummer with Kemp's band. Unless Skinnay has inhentcd a million dollais or something so tint he can pay moie at the beginning thnn an already es- tablished name band Nick would think that the Indications point towaid a r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1938

VHOWARD Mr PAYNES ) Volume XXIV. No. 29. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSD DAY MAY12 12 1938 ' Price 5 Cento Examination Schedule Is Released By Office of the Registrar; Start May 24 MUSINGS By Bob Havlns The end of school diaws nlghcr and nigher week by week and day by day tn fact. In starting out this week we would like to make a correction on a head that appeared last week. We had a 24 point drop on the banner story that went something like this "Evans Sharp and Williamson also win their races." The head should have read "Evans Sharp and Llndsey also win their races." We are sorry to have made the mistake and wish to correct it. Next week will give foith the last edition of the year of The Yellow Jacket unless plans are changed. The staff will be tied up with exam- inations and what-havc-you the next week and we have decided that it would not be wise to publish a paper the following week. The Muser wishes to congiatulate Chailes Russell Boud on his "sing song" he held in chapel Wednesday m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1938

YELLO MMT f Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year $L00 1 1 SBW? WyJ J) v.. 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 Vele. Josie Ruth Tidwell Doris Huff- stutter Hugh Campbell Merlin Achor Novalene Adams and Evelyn Jones Reporters Junior Strainer and Coy Evans Assistant Business Managers llifizz stifF " Tills w cek wo find that "Jr's here." Yeah net yo.Tt 's U. M. wanted to tiy hl hand nt slinging out this stuff. So hole it Is. Take It or leave It. It look1 as if tills bov over at Bay- lor is ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1938

SPORTS Jacket Thinly Clads Whip Out ACC and Southwestern in Three-way Meet Here H. P. C. Wins In Track Lowering of three Texas Confer- ence records Including Texas' fast- est mile relay this year featured Howard Payne's triumph In a three- way track and field meet Friday af- ternoon with Abilene Christian Col- lege and Southwestern University at Yellow Jacket stadium. Coach "Nig" McCarver's Jackets scored 94.3 points to 54.3 for A. C. C. and 19.2 for South- western. As a preview to the annual Texas Conferfence meet to be held here next Thursday and Friday Howard Payne came through with its best track work of the season. When Jacket runners completed the mile relay in three minutes and 18.2 seconds they had clipped 5.1 seconds off the record held by A. C. C. Waymon Wilson completed the first 440 yards in 48.5 seconds 1.4 seconds lower than the conference's quarter-mile mark. His teammates Otho Barbcc Ralph Swindle and Mil- ton Howard kept up the fast pace with each runner averaging l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1938

SJellis cP Gilts tfnc. W. "TIIE LADIES STOIIIV DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NAX Applications haw come In .so thick and fast for free-blowing-up in this column this week th.it r.'ick is afraid he will never bo able to lake care of all of them. Nevertheless he will try. Never let It bo said that Nick is par- tial to any one faction Nick got In a bull session with some boys the other clay about' some of the tunny thinps that can happen around a radio station. Once in a while an announcer or a member of a program cast will say something after the mike is believed dead that was never novel' Intended to ro out to the radio audience. Nick lcmem- bers one time that a batitnnc who once sang on a local station here de cided to go into the diujr stoic for a pause that ieficshes just befoie air time vowing that Cokes never made him burp he did and before he sang a note he broke his buip piecedcnt Other Instances of similar happenings Which arc not fit to pilnl' piove to the radio pel former that he shou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1938

WE WANT k GYM r HOWARD k &r 4 PAYNETT h meet your Ev "lHlr W M A TJmK 'W k B TTTTm 6ine FRIENDS AT Wf Ld I If llAlfJBf I V l-W W W Southem Hotel GILMORE'S II I I f W W IM yk l-l ilf I sSdyng Volume XXIV. No. 30. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 20 1938. '" PrioTTctntT MUSINGS By Bob Havins Press time for the last edition of the year and incidentally the last edition for your Muscr comes around. It is with mingled feelings that we sit at our typcwiiter and know that this is the last time that wc will be beating out copy for the weekly spasm known to all as "The Yellow Jacket." At first we swear that we are lelieved beyond measure of expression. Then on second thought way down deep in our souls we realise that we have had a great privilege in being allow- ed to publish the weekly blat. Sometimes things were smooth sailing with all of the copy coming in on time and then at other times it was rough. Copy turned in on Wed- nesday afternoon with the demand that it must bo run. Many a smile ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1938

1l' YELLO Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Subscription per School Year 1.00 W "warn nUnvlaf Mnniliora Tuvna Int nl Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood. Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF BOB HAVINS AL HICKS Associate Editor JOE BELL Sports Editor LOUISE BISHOP Society Editor R. L. PATILLO Religious Editor HAL CHERRY Feature Editor LEAL SCHUUMAN 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 Strasncr and Coy Evans Assistant Business Managers SCHOOL OUT School is about over. Only one more week and the old gang will be leaving for their respective homes and places to work. This year in our minds has been a very successful one. Many things have been accomplished that had not been accomplished in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1938

SPORTS Jackets Break Four Records and Tie One In Annual Meet i h -( A. C. C. Wins All Honors In Tennis With Kendall Jones Winning the Singles Mon. Abilene Christian College netmen defending singles nntl doubles cham- pions of the conference repeated their 1937 feats bv again carrying off all honots In the annual Texas Confer- ence tennis tournament held here last Thursday nnil Friday. Defending .singles champion Ken- dall "Ace" Jones Wildcat No. 1 play- ers defattd A. C. Hivs of Howard Payne to meet his teammate. Joe Taylor who advanced to the final round by eliminating Tarkington Tex- as Wesleyan. Monday night Jones defeated Taylor 6-1 6-1 6-0 in the match played on the hardwood of the A. C. C. gym- nasium. Jones paired with Murray Mar- shall to defend their conference doub- les title beating Grattlger and Perry of Austin College 5-7 6-3 6-3 6-1 in the finals. Semi-final results of the doubles fol- low Jones and Marshall ACC beat Proctor and Daniels Southwestern 6-4 6-0: Krattiger ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 May 1938

-.m! i-z. VWHel ' 1 f GOOD LUCK SENIORS! We truly wish you success and happiness wherever you are and in whatever vocation you engage. To You Who Come Back We wish you a happy and profitable vaca- tion trust every one of you will return again. ftetlis ft GibU&c I- "THE LADIES STORE" - Smart Styles Moderate Prices DIAL LIGHTS BY NICK NX Radio fans this Is the last column that Nick will write for the Yellow Jacket and needless to say if is not a deliriously happy sensation. Even If it has been a grind it was sorta fun and it has certainly become a habit. Nick sincerely hopes that he has been able to present some ma- terial of interest in this column and maybe help you keep track of your favorites. The KITCHEN CYNIC is even feeling some what regretful at the thought of leaving Howatd Payne. He may remain and heckle the next fellow who tries to compose these weekly spasms. Then he should be happy. Radio is now as firmly entrenched in the hearts of the American public as is the tende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1938

JACKETS OPEN WITH NORTH TEXAS STATE FRIDAY SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET MEET YOUR FRIENDS Gilliam Radio and SOUND SERVICE at GILMORE'S PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY -' THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR. COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS SLPTEMBER 14 1938 No. 1 N 1 irC Premonitions by "JINX" The joys of meeting pay the pangs of absence; else who could bear It7 Rowe. After an absence of three months from the portals of Howard Payne College the only senior Baptist co- educational college In Texas the school of the Gold and Blue our Alma Mater; after two long months of wishing for the day of registration; after one long month of restlessly awaiting that' day In September when students from far and near would throng to the Yellow Jacket campus--the day has finally arrived and stu- dents are busily engaged with re- newing acquaintances wan through the summer vacation- talk fills the ether concerning the Jackets' first trek to the gridir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1938

YELLOXpACKET Entered nt the Post-Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter KATKS Subscription One Dollar per school year. Charter members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by nnd for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. Hoy Fox Editor Ai. Hicks Hai. Ciikkky A-MM-inle anil Copy Editor As-oriate and Feature Editor Spoils F.dilor .. . .. Joe Bell Editorial Writer .. . . ... Cl.lFFOltD Oder Society Editor . . . . HonutE Hutu Mowery Reli!ioti! Editor . C. 0. OvERSTREET Itadio Editor ... ... ... Bob Sims Dramatic Editor .- . . . Carlton Lee BUSINESS STAFF Ai.mi: Sthvs.ner Jr. Coy Evans I5imirs Manager Associate Htisiuess Manager Wei.uon Robinson Cii dilation Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF George Edwards VVeldon Robinson Mary Evelyn Jones Jean lint din Paul Dacus James Davis Thomas Levlsay Joe Fielder Jr and Roger Eaton. FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD Dean Z. T. Huff F. Yantls Robnett J. Horace Shelton Glynn A. Br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1938

Out BLUE GOLD SQUAD READY FOR TEST KP" SH I i KJI ime EwJfflfc)wi t . - When the Jackets take the field they will be trying for win no. 72 during last 96 games the Gold and Blue have won 71 games and lost 12 tying 12. . Not a bod record for ny school to boast of . . . The All-Star game in "Dallas not only showed the superiority of the amateurs but also of the rules of the college . . .With the goal post on the last white stripe Dwight Sloan had to be helped off the field because of an Injury that resulted from being thrown against the iron bars. And did the Texas Conference stock jump about 100 points when Wallace Johnson former Austin College center turned out to be one of the stars ... It was he that turned a tie into a victory when he inter- cepted a pass in the third quarter. . . Hard luck is the story of J. D. Rodgers last years captain of How- ard Payne . . . While trying out for pro ball at Philadelphia and after the squad had been cut' in half Rod- gers had to quit because o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 September 1938

The Magic Eye by BOB SIMS Well howdy students ... old and new! Welcome back to H. P. C. "Whete Everybody Is Somebody" but we're not sayln' what or who. The puiposo of this column Is to keep alive the interests of those who listen to indio and to arouse the Intel est of those who do not care for it. So much has happened during the summer that it Is hard for one to go back and recall 'all the events that have happened so we will touch only briefly on that subject. Of course our favorite orch- estra and swing bands have been doing the usual such business at popular night spots. Roy Fox our editor who spent the sum- mer In California his home state reports that many outstanding name bands did their stuff for the dancing patrons out there. One of the most frequented places for danceis is the Palemar in Los Angeles where Tommy Dorsey and Glen Gray's Casa Loma Orchestra held sway all summer. By the way Glen Gray Is still at the Palomar and may be heard nearly any night at 10 or 10:30 over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1938

IK" 1 4 I JACKETS OUT TO REVENGE NORTH TEXAS LOSS SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET MEET YOUR FRIENDS at Gilliam Radio and SOUND SERVICE GILMORE'S PITni.fSHF.n WREKI.V nv sr.t - r' TUP AaonntArrfr arm rrt turret OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS SEPTEMBER 22 1938. No. 2 -. T ? - Rv".iiMxrny By "JINX" FOX Education Is the apprentice- ship of Life Wlllmott. The summer has been a long one but as It now draws to nn end school activities arc once more becoming a part of everyday life and routine. . . Yes It's the life this college system and we're all glad to get back des- pite the grand and super times we had this summer at our homes wherever they might be. . . It took us forty- eight hours of constant driving with- out sleep to get back but it was worth It. Those of you who aie here have made a worthwhile decision In choos- ing Howard Payne. It is a place where everybody is somebody. Where everv one of you can take par...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1938

YELLO ACKET Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case Entered at the Post-Office at Brown wood Texas as second class mall matter HATES Subscription One Dollar 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. EDiTORIAL'STAPiT' Uoy Fox Editor Al Hicks Hal Cherry Associate and Copy Editor Associate and Feature Editor Sports Editor Editorial Writer Society Editor Religious Editor Radio Editor Joe Bell Clifford Oder Bobbie Ruth Mowery . C 0. Overstreet Bob Sims Dramatic Editor . Carlton Lee BUSINESS STAFF Ai.vie Strasnek Jr. Business Manager Co Evn Chwii.cs I'iimici: Assistant Biiini''s AlaiuigcMs. Douglas Jones Circulation Manager OFFICII ASOCI VI K Mahcf.ii. Johnson Lurline I'oe REPORTORIAL STAFF George Edwards Weldon Robinson Mary Evelyn Jones Jean Haidln Paul Dacus James Davis Thomas Lcvisay Joe Fielder Jr. Bill Davis and Roger Eaton. v FACULTY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1938

El Time Out HPC GRIDDERS FACE SWTSTC FRIDAY NIGHT Isfcffifei When the Daniel Baker Billies journey to Caynon this week they will find three and half ton of West Texns Buffaloes waiting for them. . . . Nine- teen lcttnrmcn will carry the colors for Coach Al Baggct besides their weight. . . Baggct by the way has done post graduate work on his Ph. D. at Michigan Southern California and Columbia. Note to baignln hunt- ers: Texas A. & M. will admit all children to the Cadet and Texas A. & I. game on September 24 free of charge. . . For ull games thereafter the knot- hole gang will bo admitted to the regular $2.50 conference battles for only 25 cents. Watch the Baylor Bears this fall In the Southwest Conference heated race . . . Every thing is in favor for the Gold and Green of Morlcy Jennings who Is starting his jinx year (number 13) nt the Baptist University. . Sev- enteen lcttermen arc ictuinlng the Bears have only once been picked to finish at'op the ladder since '24 and this ...

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