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

HISTORY OF By A. M. FINDLEY "No I don't reckon there's another college in the whole world quite like Howard Payne" mused Old Timer settling back in his easy chair and eyeing me through the dense smoke that arose from his corncob pipe "No sir not another one. Now take back in 1889. "Back in those days education wasn't even given much thought by a building served to house the classes most folks. Just the upper few could the entire first year and until Dec- afford it But along about that time ember 1891. It was built in the sum- a preacher J. W. Staton by name got mer of 1890. It Into his head that we Baptists "The first enrollment numbered should get together and build us a over one hundred students all of whom college consequently come uie first enrolled the opening day. The next elected president In 1911. His contri- wrong. Please don't forget a shirt- meeting of the Pecan Valley Baptist year saw the enrollment almost trip- button towards a bigger and better tall parade this afterno...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 December 1938

TRADITIONAL RIVALRY PITS H P C AGAINST H-S U COWBOYS AFTER YELLOW JACKET WIN Volume XXV JACKET SPORTS P0ST SE AS0N C0NTEST WILL BE -" ikulam run jaimi mmm BROWNWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 3 1939. Game Today Last For 8 Visitors Abilene Texas A tradition among the gridiron classics of West Texas is the annual clash of the Hardln- Slmmons Cowboys and the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets. This year the Jackets winners of their third successive Texas Confer- ence title and the Cowboys who have bagged six wins In a row will meet this afternoon In the Howard Payne homecoming at Brownwood befotc one of the banner turnouts of the year in West Texas. Coach McAdoo Keaton's Hornets have won eight of ten games and have been scoicd on only in the games the jackets have lost while Coach Frank Klmbiough's Ranchets have won seven of nine contests. The game Is the final one under the H-SU purple and gold for eight Cowboy seniors including the team's four co-captains Bud Reeves end and Clarence Hcadstream blocking...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 December 1938

STORY OF HPC RIVALRY DATES TO PRE-WAR PERIOD; GOING STRONG BUILDERS OF GREAT FOOTBALL TEAMS KEATON AND McCARVER DUE MUCH CREDIT FOR BRILLIANT SEASON Local Team Has More Victories By MI9S RUTH COBB Rivalry Is a contest or struggle for selfish ends resulting In envy and jealousy but that tiadltlonal emula- tion between Hnrdln-Slmmons Uni- versity and Howard Payne In Its liter- al sense docs not mean exactly this. Instead It Is a contest or struggle of each school to outdo the other re- sulting In a high degree of feeling and enthusiasm In the colleges ic- specfively. And as we look Into this December day we find ourselves vitally con- cerned with the actions of the two Baptist Institutions in central Texas. About the only method the schools have of settling their feelings Is on the "Battlefield of football." Hete the score may be detei mined in a fait and square way to decide which school reigns supreme for the anient year. The one day In the entlie year which Is anticipated with grea...

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

JACKETS WIN IS NINTH TEXAS CONFERENCE PENNANT FOR HPC IN 13 SEASONS HP Unscored On In Circuit Play Imprcsslveness to an already out- standing gridiron record at Howard Payne College was added by the Yellow Jackets of 1038. When the Jackets defeated Soutli western University 7 to 0 Thanks- giving Day in this year's champion- ship battle they captured their third conference title in a row and their eighth undisputed championship in the 13 seasons since the conference was started in 1926. In 1931 How- ard Payne shared the crown with Hardin-Slmmons. Cowboys Win First Hardin-Slmmons University (then Simmons) won the first champion- ship In 1926 defeating the Yellow Jackets 12 to 6 in the champion- ship game. Southwestern Univer- sity marched Into the throne room in 1937. The Pirates' 25-26 victory over Howard Payne in that year was the last one registered by the George- town team In Its annual games with the local Baptists. St. Edward's won the champion- ship in 1933 and Austin College i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 December 1938

Mis & 6iUJnc hk "THE LADIES STOIJE" COLLEGE GIRL3 CLOTHES Opinions Given On This Year's Publication HP PLAYERS TO PRESENT FIRST "For The Asking" opens here Dec. 10. Last night we saw another of the ct of 1038 Is not on par to last year's of the Brownwood Banner: "Roy Fox of Premonitions because the writer (J(jJYl UfcjL I J minlicauoil uanuiu UnmiWS uracKS in our luucmeni is uirninK oui one uuea nut uvu uu iu iiiuiu. int uui Is getting too pattlal to a certain of the finest college weeklies to be and Flicker's writings are good but irtoun and Is not personal enouch. found anywhoie." I do not lead the editorials." What editorials that 1 read arc all Charles Day: "The edlfoilal policies Jack Logan: "The sport page should f ' . -phnnrsntn that imv w right." should be directed more toward stu- cover more territory in a condensed tcarlng th Mlms Building wide open Mack Boswcll: Telegraph editor of dent' activities and problems. The foim and there Is need for Slime Let- from 7:30"to 10...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 December 1938

YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Where Friend Meet Gilliam Radio ad SOUND SERVXCa PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWfJWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 8 1938. No. 12 tt vs.i 'nai ; j .sr Premonitions By "JINX" Honor Is like the eye which cannot suffer the least Impurity without damage. It Is a prec- ious stone the price of which Is lessened by a single flaw. Bossuet. This week we feel In a mood of ap- preciation. There are several to whom we would like to give honor pay trib- ute and give homage. Probably at this time there Is not a more logical group to be congratu- lated than the Howard Payne College Yellow Jackets. This aggregation under the tutelage of two fine men Coaches McAdoo Kcaton and "Nlg" McCarver has given students and supporters of Howard Payne College something of which to be proud an- other Texas Conference championship and a moral victory over the powerful Cowboys of Simmons University In Ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 December 1938

M v-fl tnS U6VI Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case "by skipper" EDITORIAL COMMENT fnKlt finA fhn rHr.f'rnnt.tr unn.nn T ac 4-Uia ivnoU'o nllifofn. NOW IT'S BACK TO THE COUNTRY tions w511 not be I Suoss you don't care. You probably don't read they did tneir best . . . this paragraph anynoo as soon as you discover your name isn't to win the victory yes beyond all shadow of a doubt the spirit Time was when the people flocked from the small towns jn jtt to the great cities. We are told by the anthropoligists who spend their lives digging into the history of humans that this was true even centuries ago. The reason for that being the fact that prim- itive men lived in cities as big cities as he could build life any where else was too dangerous of do or die which has carried the jackets out from under dis- heartening handicaps and unfavorable odds and has inspired them to give their all for howard payne is still an all powerful force the determination that fears no obstacle and accept...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 December 1938

JACKETS NUDGED BY COWBOYS 7-6 IN SEASON FINAL YELLOW JACKET SPORTS HOMECOMING CROWD OF 511) SEE na &JUAV 3 DEM bAfflU W IMK Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 8 1938. No. 12 22 NAMED FOR HPC LETTERS COURT SEASON TO OPEN HERE MONDAYNIGHT Five Lettermen Form Nucleus Of '39 Squad Tho Rlllo nnrf finlr! nf trm n-111.... "" "'"" l"""- WUB uiiuuiuuieu uim ."..- ... ... . " ! ul fcn h..n . ... .. ' lu" unscorcd upon In circuit play will lose " " " : ' . "Mt"ry- cul wc jt takes when it comes to football B n e ad Go7d 'of h7 f L " three-members by graduation this " " J r? ' T. . . . : ."""" snr ntr. Thnsn nrn Pnntnln nilin Rnr. '""'"- ' .'"- i uiBir cicuu Mnurnrrf Hfivno una hpr-lltl rinalrnthnll ' " "- tnm m M nt.tl I5lD E&ia me Out With CHARLES PIERCE Twenty-two members of the Texas Conference championship team of HoWllnl Pnvnn rVillncyn ...III fnAIiA letters for their services on the 1038 Another Homecoming has come and proud of those Frogs too. They Yellow Jacket gild edition it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 December 1938

SeUis & GibU&c to 'THE LADIES STOPE - COLLEGE QIRL8 CLOTHES B. S. U. HISTORY AT H. P. C. TOLD By JOHN TIOWELL "Every real religious movement Is born In prayer." At one of our South- ern Baptist Colleges In 1918 seven men believed this and prayed togeth- er. They saw that organized campus religion was crumpling and there seemed to be nothing to take its place. These men prayed each even- ing on the third floor of the old chapel building. In May 1021 the Southern Baptist Convention gave a commission on student religious acti- vities. God had answered their prayer. The Foreign Mission Board had an educational department before 1910. This educational department was un- der the leadership of Dr. R. J. Wll- lingham. and was concerned largely with mission study among Baptist In general. The Foreign Mission Board attempt- ed to place a speaker in every Baptist College in the South. The speakerF were to deliver at least three met- sags on missions. This did not become a permanent pol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 December 1938

JACKETS OPEN CAGE SEASON WITH RAM VICTORY SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Where Friends Meet Gilliam Radio and SOUND SERVICE PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDEN'iS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 15 1938. No. 13 X j ." . . i 7. ZAV. x Jacket Co-eds Honor Football Team and Coaches iw2 STUDENT REVIVAL By "JINX" Christianity Is more than hist- ory. It is also a system of truths. Every event which Its history re- cords either is a truth or sug- gests or expresses a truth which man needs assent to or to put to practice. Noah Porter. "Great Demonstration Of Power Of God" I lmvc never seen a gi eater demon- stiatlon of the power of God ns was manifest during our revival meeting. S GREAT SUCCESS HERE is Elected neaa For Next Year Pure Gospel Preached "Truly Had A Revival" GREATEST MEET Comments BSU Group Says Life Service rn M.nn KLALHLMVIAM STUDENTS HERE No oik- on the campus can say that Howai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 December 1938

A v-n th LSVI Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case EDITORIAL COMMENT WEALTHY DIPLOMATS It is rather well known that only wealthy men can afford to become United States ambassadors or ministers in leading nations of the world as the salaries and allowances from the government are insufficient to maintain them suitably in such posts. The background of a few of our principle diplomatic repre- sentatives abroad will illustrate that they are mostly drawn from the wealthy class. Joseph P. Kennedy ambassador to Great Britian was a big Boston banker and motion picture magnate before entering the government service. William Phillips ambassador to Iltaly is related to the bank- ing family of J. P. Morgan. Joseph C. Crew ambassador to Japan is also related to the Morgan family. Norman Armour ambassador to Chile is a member of the Armour meat packing family. Alexander W. Weddell ambassador to Argentina married the wealthy widow of James H. Steedman of St. Louis in 1924. Anthony Drexel Biddle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 December 1938

nCM YELLOW Volume XXV HPC HOWARD PAYNE PLACES DENDY and RUSSELL ON T. C. MYTHICAL ELEVEN Selections Are Announced Sat. The official All-Tcxnfl Conference In 1038 as announced nt the annual meeting of that organization In Dal- las Saturday included two men from Howard Payne. St. Edward's placed three men on the mythical eleven while Abilene Christian and Trinity placed two each. Southwestern and Texas Wcslcvan each placed one man in this selection. The team was chosen on the basis of votes of the players. Coaches checked the results at the meeting. Bob Dendy of Howard Payne was nn unamlmous choice for n birth at tackle. Sid Russell guard was the other Howard Payne man elected to honors. Next year the team will bo chosen by the coaches themselves according to the action taken at the conference session. The official team follows: Lock- ard Trinity and Stromqulst Abilene Christian ends; Dendy Howard Payne and T. Cox Abilene Christian tackles; Russell Howard Payne and Formagus St. Edward...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 December 1938

pl w ; i t 8 GAbi" The Art of De-Frailing Before Christmas Time "THE LADIES STORE" COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHE8 Boys do you realize that there are minutes every hour. All those ilrlnka or ten dollars worth. The Magic Ey By O. MIKE HTLLOCYCLE vmir nnlv tinnn l rn trot hnr HViri just ten more shopping days until that she is buying this week are Wc lt cnn bc donc B t t pathv. Wc shouldn't desire to en- m Christmas? Of course you do you simply an Investment as far as she .... i. i. . ... . ... . ....inti i iof 1 ...... bviintvj vri jr WUA t b C7 if the dame Is sensitive your task ut ' sllcn a case some sort or exag- can't forget it. That haggard look is concerned. Premonitions (Continued from page 1) during this historical year the eve of our 50th anniversary. Basketball will come to an abrupt end spring will be here track activities will be- gin and finally as though it were only tomorrow commencement excr- w-nly eight more ...il Christmas 1 as a result Of those nights spent in . . .... .. .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 January 1939

HPC "5" PLAYS TWO-GAME SERIES WITH J-TAC SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Whtre Friends Meet Gilliam Radio and BOUND SEfWIOD PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS JANUARY 5 1939 No. 14 VjMLM- ' IB M c? Ay Premonitions By "JINX" Do not for one repulse forego the purpose that you resolved to effect. Shakespeare. After glorious Christmas and New Year celebrations and a holiday from the routine curricular activities the student body of Howard Payne Col- lege returns to the campus burdened with resolutions for the new year of 1939. These resolutions may be of great benefit to us If we have chosen right ones make the cotrcct use of them and above all keep them foremost In our minds and keep them. Petty resolutions arc of little use and .seld- om arc kept. But there are those that can be a great help to us those in which wc resolve to be better citi- zens better students s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 January 1939

4 sfi th l6VI Candid Campus Cracks EDITORIAL COMMENT NEW YEAR OPPORTUNITIES The old year with its joys and its sorrows is dead. The new year dawns with its challenge and its opportunity. What mixed gladness and sorrow the bells rang out at midnight. We pause for a moment's backward look to profit by the lessons of our mistakes to give thanks for blessings to acknowledge our debt to those who have made paths easier for us by their labors. We approach the future with confidence and resolution that the best is yet to come. Will Allen Dromgoole in his well-known poem "The Bridge Builder" tells of the old man who crossed the chasm deep and wide and turned to build a bridge after he had crossed. When asked why he bothered to build a bridge he said "There follow- eth after me today a youth who.se feet must pass this way. This chasm that has been naught to me to that fair-haired youth may a pitfall be. He too must cro.vs in the twilight dim; good friend 1 am building this bridge for him." T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 January 1939

PLAY SECOND GAME AT STEPHENVILLE TONIGHT ACC HAS IMPRESSIVE ALL-SEASON RECORD AS TIGERS END CIRCUIT St. Ed's Beaten In Final Grid Game By St. Mary's The curtain finally fell on Texas Conference football when St. Edward's University of Austin a circuit mem- ber was defeated by St. Mary's of San Antonio for the Catholic Champ- ionship of Texas. The boys from San Antonio defeated the Austlnites 27 to 7 In Houston. Howard Payne Yellow Jackets finished on top In the conference for the thlid consecutive year with Southwestern Tilnlty and St. Ed- watd's deadlocked for second place. Abilene Christian's Wildcats fifth in the conference standing topped the nine conference clubs for the full season winning six games losing two and tying one for a percentage of .722. St. Edward's with .700 and Howard Payne with .682 were second and third. ACC'S Figures Impressive In addition to leading the field with Its full season percentage A. C. C. had the best defensive rec- ord over the entire season allo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 January 1939

Settis 8 Gibbs.&ic h . 'THE LADIES STORE" COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES The Magic Eye By O. MIKE HILLOCYCLE It surely la good to be back after so long u vacation from the typewriter. Here's hoping that you all enjoyed yours. Christmas week found that one of the most popular songs on the air up-to-date tempo of swing. One fellow upon hearing Vincent Lopez give his version of the song was heard to remark: "I'll bet Santn Claus won't see that man." Hccently the Stroud twins those f M nnhl 41 t - 4 r ft 1 n ttmill I III 1 ft luting luiiiiuiuua Mini iiiJinuiiu iui a time on the Don Ameche "Chase and Sanborn Hour" opened their stage appearance with an acrobatic number-. It seems that they were acrobatic performers before their success as comedians. Joe Penner one of the best radio Ant JVivintj tf ( Im In if itn u Vinrn In Hungary not far from Budapest. He " ha " legitimate place in any- came to the U. S. at the age of six body's Sunday school lesson I hao and showing a fine voice he was a sne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1939

Jackets Take Twin Bill From J-Tac Plowboys SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Gilliam Radio and SOUND SERVICB Whtre Friends Mt PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS JANUARY 12 1939. No. 15 INTERESTING COLLEGIANS TO BE STUDENTS START TAKING FINALS MONDAY; CLASS TICKETS ISSUED Premonitions By "JINX" You demand universal suf- frage I demand universal edu- cation to go with It. W. E. Foster. The time for mid-year examinations draws nigh. We are hoping that none of you are forced to regret 'h's time of the year because of fal'iire to study throughout tin jenr am! keep up to date wMi .is.slnnients. No matter how nuich Ltnmii 'ng" one might lo it i imploringly im- possible ' i a. student lo take a lirok or a dotii books and realise a sni . ter's education fioin sn- h i'U . of curricular studj.r.- It there is one of you in this eoumtltn we hope that you realize vnur plight an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1939

-B Dn th L6VI Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case "by skipper" EDITORIAL COMMENT PAN-AMERICAN CONFERENCE The Pan-American conference at Lima has adjourned after wardrobe the twenty-one republics agreed unanimously to meet any future Midst steady hum of a jacket office bull session and loud guffaws I am trying to beat out this ignoble hunk of slaphappy things and stuff. My thoughts are as scattered as a barn boy's this week's spasm . . . is something new and different as far as the journalistic outbursts of this lowly scribe are concerned you are almost sure to wonder just what prompted us to blossom forth with ouch a generous quantity of free blowings up as are soon to be revealed just let us assure you that we are not planning to run for any office any threat in their peace security or territorial integrity by means Screams rent the air terror-stricken girls dashed pell mell of the procedure of consultation. down the hall nanic held sway for out in the deep shadows of the " .""...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1939

Jackets TWENTY-TWO JACKETS ARE GIVEN LETTERS BY PRESIDENT TAYLOR CAPTAIN BARBEE BOEDEKER AND DYER ARE GIVEN EXTRA AWARDS For outstanding service to Howard Payne on the gridiron during the past football season twenty-two Yel- low Jacket' warriors were presented letter sweaters In chapel services Friday morning. President Thomas H. Taylor presented the awards. In the special service for the pre- sentation of the sweaters blankets were awarded three senior members of the 1938 Texas Conference champ- ionship football squad. Captain Otho Barbee a three-year letterman from Rule Mclvin Boedcker another end hailing from Stanford and holding two letters and John Dyer co-captain and senior three-stripe letterman from Rule received the blankets as extra awards for outstanding service to the athletic department while in Howard Payne. In concluding gestures of the ser- vice a trophy was given the coach HPC CAGEMEN TAKE TWO GAMES FROM JOHN TARLETON QUINTET WARREN TODD JACKET FORWARDS PACE WINNERS...

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