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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1939

'THE LADIES STOnE COLLEGE QIRLS CLOTHE3 The Magic Eye By O. MIKE HILLOCYCLE Sunday night on the Show of the Week Harry Salter and his orchestra was presented with Patsy Norman and Buddy Clark as featured vocal- ists. Wc think that Buddy Clark Is good but wc have never heard any- one like Miss Norman. She present- er that selection for which she gained nation-wide publicity "Old Man Mose." This Is the same song which brought down the house at Casa Manana last summer when she sang with Jan Garbcr's ork and It created a sensation on "The Show" last Sun- day equally as well. We think that Mrs. McAdoo Kcaton Is the best organist In this part of the country as evidenced by her choice and presentation of musical numbers last Thursday. She plays with smoothness and accuracy both class- ical and popular "nombrcs dc miist- quc" unsurpassable In our estimation. In the movie "Going Places" we thought that Louis Armstrong liter- ally stole the show with his hot ti lim- pet playing. He Is a true ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 January 1939

TEAMS UNDEFEATED IN LOOP PLAY MEET TONIGHT SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET ff 5L GILMORE'S Where Frlendt Meet Gilliam Radio OUND IKRVlCai PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS JANUARY 25 1039 No. 16 jgBEivEjB" Library Premonitions By "JINX" We should always keep a corn- er of our heads open and free that we may make room for the opinions of our friends. Let us have heart and head hospitality. Joubert. ONCE AGAIN THIS WEEK WE arc faced with another publication of a letter to the editor used In a feat- ure to be found on the last page. This service is open to any student having an opinion he would like to get before the student body of How- ard Payne College for its considera- tion comment or criticism if any. Last week a student spoke of the need of an intramural program woi Ic- ing toward an end of securing a pro- gram so complete that the following motto might be applied: "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 January 1939

BjOn the Level Candid Campus Cracks kS editorial comment EDITORIAL COMMENT OURS TO RULE What a man does for himself dies with him ; what he does for his community lives on. Today we are students of Howard Payne College ; some of us are voters. Tomorrow the destiny the progress the fate of this great nation rests in our hands. What are we going to do with it. It is a tremendous task a gigantic job but regardless it falls into our hands as the future rulers of the nation. Whether the problem be a personal one or one concerning the community or the country as a whole it is always an advantage to meet the issue squarely. Up to the time that the depression hit the land in the early thirties discontent and complaint concerning the operation of our government was practically unheard of among the citizenship but today many of our people among which we find some of our best citizens can scarcely be heard to say a complimentary word as re- gards the operation of their government. One group co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 January 1939

Coach Keaton Sends Charges Against Saints HPC HAT IN CAGE OVER PIRATES 31 Jacket Quintet Holds Lead All Through Game Howard Payne cast Its hat in the Texas Conference cage race last Sat- urday night In a benefit game with Southwestern and came out with the big end of the score defeating the Pirates to the tune of 22 to 31. This was me last or a double defeat to the i-iraic nve as me uaniei uaner tunics urucneu tnem dU to JO the night be- Iore- It was the Jackets game all the wav from thn first whlstlo. thn onlv 7S SouThwester; ftES com ng in the second quarter when they held the Jackets sharpshooters to onlv one free .. n.iiinV in n nnrn of 14 11 - a ... -- -- at the half. Orville Smith one of the Jacket's crack forwards led the scorers with rak fnrwnrrlQ 1nl thn onnrnra with ten points and was followed by Dav- enport who holds the tall men's posi- Won on the Pirate squad with nine points. t- .u .. u .... " "" "" ?.. ?'.." X?r. suiicreu a real loss in ineir vupiuin their fast breaks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 January 1939

' t h qti inFwr mi tnph i iphfi n ovfr ? 4bS INTRAMURAL QUESTION IN NOTE COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHE8 Dear Editor: have Intramural tennis golf swim- I note with Intel est and approval mlng football boxing wrestling that you plan to publish letters from handball etc. all mentioned by the students In the "Yellow Jacket" In the previous letter. These are very fine future. This feature of the paper sports and are heartily recommended thoiild be used by students to the full- by the Student Council. est extent to air any grievances or of- However since our golf links are for any commendation they might somewhat Inadequate our swimming have with regard to campus and facilities limited' or non-cxlstant ex- student affairs. ccpt when It comes one of those typl- Howcver I note one thing about cal Brown County floods football is itr nnv tonPhewT read thc lnitial ettcr of thcse "Lcttcrs to locognlzcd as.bclng highly danger- Ui any icncners reuu ... ! k.t nnrHeninriv it... ;.. ..i( -. tll . ih oa .ro n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1939

"Bearded Quintet" Foe of Jackets Friday Night SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Gilliam Radio Whr FrlMda Matt sound nacvzca PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXA8FEBRUARY 2 1939 No. 17 Y4fllfl Premonitions By "JINX" By JOE BELL (Plnch-hittlng for Jinx) NEW SEMESTER ... A CLEAN SLATE . . new officers . . . new promises . . . some faithfully kept others broken as soon ns the respon- sibility of position has tarnished a bit . . . still it brings new hope for the wants of those dissatisfied . . . latest' of which ate those clamoring for extra currlcular activities . . . y s they are satisfied . . but remi- niscing a bit . . . "a place is what you make it" ... all should not be destructive criticism. . . action still speaks louder than words . . . whs not do a bit to remedy the situation .... after all no school can go for- ward with a student body that just sits and talks...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1939

D Of! th L6V6l Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case "by skipper" EDITORIAL COMMENT world's problems will be solved. "A Good Neighbor" Would Solve The World's Problems When Sam Walter wrote : "Let me live in a house by the side of the road and be a friend to man" he coined a great philosophy one which will live in the hearts of man so long as he be upon the In short "be a good neighbor. That's the only way that the face of this earth. They aren't going to be settled mainly through relief agencies through legislation or through "scientific" methods. Charity or- ganization societies are necessary in our complex life but by far the best way they work is through "good neighbors" men and women who become responsible for a family or an individual. Legislation is necessary because there are certain issues which only the state can determine through fundamental laws which all citizens must obey if justice is to be done and generally accepted standards are to be observed. But in all such le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1939

Jackets Drop St. Edwards 50 31 In Contest Here HOUSE OF DAVID SQUAD TO GIVE FANS PLENTY OF ENTERTAINMENT BEWHISKERED GROUP LOST ONLY 7 OF 201 GAMES LAST SEASON Under the leadership of Bill stoinecke one of basketball's greatest clowns and long shot artists the bewhlskercd House of David baskctcers will try to keep the Jackets out of their whiskers tomorrow night'. Stcinecke has been with the Davids for ten years starting with them Immediately on his graduation from the De Paul University where he was captain and was hailed as one of tlo greatest players turned out. Bill is scheduled to keep the fans In un uproar with his antics such as dancing and dribbling at the same time along with his comic shots and passing with his whiskers flowing in the wind. Playing alongside of the Stienccke " will be the All State guard from Tenn- irj rJ rp TV"Vrri essec who towers some six feet in Hrl P VP I I IrS the air and makes up one of the fastest guaid teams in the United I States. Lctty Maxwell a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1939

" Settis GibW&c k 'THE LADIES STORE" COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES The Magic Ey By O. MIKE HILLOCYCLE We wish to say that the band did exceptionally well on the broadcast Saturday. From our vantage point In the balcony everything came out nicely. We especially like the com- position "The 142nd Infantry March" by W. R. Parker. The papers have it that the number has received much praise from the heads of the military unit for which the number was named; we think that It was well deserved praise. Since Jack Benny has elevated a member of his cast almost to his own level there has been much dis- cussion as to who that person is. You know of whom we speak "Rochester" that colored boy who pulls more good ones than a cross- eyed dentist. He is not just black- faced as many would think but Is really and truly a member of the race which he typifies Those of you who saw "You Can't Take It With You" or "Thanks For the Memory" vividly recall his superb acting. He is much in demand by motion picture...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1939

NIOR EDITION YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Whar Friends MmI Gilliam Radio BOUND IDlVICTi PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS.FEBRUARY 9 1939 No. 18 SE Mm If you have been atound this place for four years like most of us seniors have and If you had teethed on the Blue and gold and had been raised on the motto: "For Howard Payne My All" like I have then perhaps you would understand with what mingled feelings we seniors face the outward trek next spring from this giand old Institution which has meant so much to us. When we make our exit from this campus next spring we can't take with us that old sandstone ad build- ing whoto we attempted to gain a smatteilng of what It's all about we can't store among our souvenirs the Mlms Building where souls were saved and ball games won . . . those donns where hallowed memories of friendships will always linger within their halls cannot be packed i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1939

-D On the Level I Candid Campus Cracks II SO WHAT ! ! ! EDITORIAL COMMENT ---iiipTiiMiiili"Tj COLLEGE FRIENDSHIP "Our friendships hurry to short and poor conclusions because we have made them a texture of wine and dreams instead of the tough fiber of the human heart" to quote Emerson. If the most valuable assets that our college years offer were singled out friendships formed in the course of our trek through the portals of an institution of higher learn- ing would rank as the leading contender for the top honors. Perhaps the greatest lesson that the college curriculum offers is compatibility. Too often however we are prone to substitute the word friendship in a relationship which would be more appropriately characterized by the term acquaintanceship. Some people like us for what we are; other people like us in spite of what we are. These two statements differentiate between our acquaintances and friends. These statements may sound like a paradox at first glance but let us delve int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1939

Yellow Jackets Upset Confident T.W.C. Rams YELLOW JACKTS HOUSE OF DAVID Warren Is High Scorer With 20 Points Friday night of last week saw the Jnckcts clown the colorful House of David Basketball team. The Profes- sionals promised a good show as well some good basketball: the large ciowds of fans received generous poitlons of each with the added satis- faction that the local boys were able to outscore the highly touted pros. Hostilities got under way with the Jacket's taking an early lead which was soon overcome by the bearded visitors. From that point the teams played on fairly even terms with the Davids seemingly content to hold their own while treating the fans to some plain and fancy ball handling dribbling and passing. The half time score 24-21 with the Davids leading. The last half saw the bewhlskered quintet lead till the closing minutes of the game. At that stage the Jacket's started an offensive drive that couldn't be halted. Despite the efforts of the Davids the Yellow Jac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1939

fflettis ft Gibks Snc ?.2L2 COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES 1 The Magic Eye By CLIFFORD HORN wmtymmnm LOOKS AS IF DORTHY LAMOUR Is "going Hollywood" and going fast. She's trying to btcak her contract with NBC and rumor has It is try- Ing to break matrimonial tics with Herbic Kay. Maybe the fact that Paramount moved her Into their star dressing-room formerly occupied by V. C. Fields has put ideas Into her purty head. ABOUT HAVE YOU HEARD radio's new club. Eligibility require I ments are high 230 pounds or over. membership has been limited five chatter members; Andy So far. to the Devlne Don Wilson John Scott Trot tcr Jack Smart and Anson Weeks. Anyone who has the colorful con- sumption necessary to mawe that grade can become a tried and trusted brother "Fat Feller." ARTIE SHAW BANDLEADER on the Bcnchley program has great faith In his new vocalist Helen For 's just put her h. ...iM. 11 rest to prove it he under a five-year contract LOOKS LIKE THE LANE GIRLS are doing alright for themselves afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1939

Jackets Beat Southwestern 44-27 Tuesday SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Wher Friends Meat Gilliam Radio BOUND SERVICa PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXA8.FEBRUARY 16 1939. No.10 - ...... y. p.m- -- gpj JsKvSesz&ffsi r Premonitions By "JINX" Nothing succeeds so well as success. Talleyrand. SUCCESS IS ACHIEVED ONLY through cooperation und such is the lenson tho success of the squad of basketball attlsts under the charge of amiable and competent Coach Mc- Adoo Keaton. The Jackets doped from the beginning of the season as a mlddlc-ruto quintet succeeded by coopeiation and fair play to within the lust fortnight raise their chances for iho conference flag up into the top bracket. Tough lusk Monday kept them ftom an unmaircd record. Next week there will be several home games hard contests our chances at stake. If ever we gave an athletic team repicsentavc of Howard ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1939

n vjfl th LgV! Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case "by skipper" EDITORIAL COMMENT "Don't cut the campus ! t !" Spring is just around the corner and again this year as in every year past we are faced with the same problem of educating the students among other things not to cut the campus but to aid in their small way towards beautifying their surroundings. On one or two previous occasions wo have hinted this fact and it has been brought to the minds of stu- dents by members of the faculty. However we are of the opinion that something must be done immediately if when spring does come we do not want our land- scape marred by hard-beaten paths running ugly marks hither any yon. Students something must be done; this is not a jest but a plea. Do Your Part To Beautify; Don't Cut The Campus Consequently the party of the first part would derive no ben- efit whatsoever and I hereby declare the act null and void . . . or in other words what would you do if the score was !5-2 in favor of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1939

nvV-r ' D JACKETS Final Games Will Be Hard Fought Ca$ Contests TWC In Close Second Place With Howard Payne and Trinity University tied for the leadership of the. Texas Conference loop and the Rama of T. W. C. only one half game behind first place percentage the rest of the panics that arc to be play- ed In the fast moving loop are ex- ported to be hard fought affairs. The leading teams are undergoing long workouts for a loss of a game by any of the leading teams means that they arc out of the running for the season. The games over the weekend involve all four of the title contenders How- ard Payne Ttinlty A. C. C. and T. W. C. The Jackets face the stubborn A. C. C. squad Saturday night while T. W. C. must face Daniel Baker In their own field house. Daniel Baker could spoil the Rams chances without much upset on the dope sheets as they stand in third place In the conference stand- ings. St'. Edward's go to Waxahachle Friday night where they will throw their forces against the Tigers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1939

? &b! COLLEGE GIRL8 CLOTHES The Magic Eye life and therefore think that the Is sponsored by the Carnegie En- FIRST OFF WE WOULD like to nVcragc college student is not In- dowment for International Peace thank Clifford Horn for the splendid tcrcatcd In the great problems of the These clubs have been organized In work he did on our column last week day. the leading colleges and universities In helping put out the Senior Edition. gome of these questions were ans- throughout the United States. The We think that Al put out a very nice wcrcti at least to a certain extent in founders of the club believed that paper. Howard Payne when a group met re- one of the best ways to Insure world cently for the organization of a club peace for the coming generations is WHEN THE NEW YORK World's tnat Would have as Its main purpose to bring about a better understand- Fair opens In 1939 the visitor will sec tnc consideration of problems of an ing of world conditions u spectacle never before attempte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1939

Big "Little Man" Heads Production Of "Varsity Show" "Mighty oaks from little acorns grow." David wasn't very big when he took Goliath leaving him unfit for a return engagement. Napoleon who was definitely not of the stature to hold down a tackle post consumed a fair sized hunk of Europe. Yes it's the little things in life that count. If you've ever noticed as a general rule big Ideas originate from little men. Edison Marconi Morse all were physically unimpressive. It wasn't so long ago that there was a musical comedy called "Jumbo" staged on Broadway. It was something new and different In the way of musical comedies and the show was a huge success. Down in Texas the people wanted to celebrate the state's hundredth birthday in the way that the largest state in the union should celebrate its birthday. Over in Ft. Worth they sent for the guy who put on "Jumbo." The result was the "Casa Manana" the biggest theatre restaurant in the world. When New York wanted a big time production for h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1939

vJn th LsVl Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case EDITORIAL COMMENT "by skipper" The title "Pope of Peace" spontaneously accorded to Pius XI serves at once as a tribute to the inward character of the man and as a measure of the infinite tragedy which surrounded his life. The selflessness and godliness which drove him to unremitting effort for the restoration of order and good will in the world gone mad rendered more pathetic the fact that the objective remained far away. Pope Pius XI the "Pope of Peace" Had Great Task The role of spiritual leader in a time when spirituality is all but destroyed by the surge of animal ferocity in the hearts and minds of men is most difficult. Only the pure- sent courage the finest confidence in religion's promise for the race of men could enable a man to stand up under the burden. Pius XI physically frail was spiritually a man of steel. He stood as a reminder of the way of reason and justice at a time when the world had vast need of such a reminder...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1939

JACKETS IN CAGE TRIANGLE UTE WITH TIGERS-RAMS Abilene Christian College Is Foe Of HPCT Tonight Loopsters Host To TWC Rams Here Saturday With the Yellow Jackets holding the favorite's chair In the triangle cage race for tne Texas conference flag thc Howard Payne baskcteers meet the Abilene Christian Wildcats tonight ln the first of two eames that stand between them and thc con- fcrcncc leadership for the seaBon. The Jackets ln their best playing form of Uie year after walloping thc Mc- Ainrrv fndlans last nle-ht BG to 33 ex- npft retain their leadership of thc nnoU in suite of the erudec that the Cats hold against them for ruining their chances for a first place posi- tlon in last Saturday night'H game at Abilene. ........ The other team that stands In the way of the Jackets is the powerful Texas Wesleyan Rams of Ft. Worth who will play on the local hardwood Saturday night. As the Rams lead the conference in points roopea m conference tilts and dropping St. Edward's last Saturday nig...

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