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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1939

BettiS fy GlU65nC. 'THE LADIES STORE COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES The Magic Ey y O. MIKE HILLOCYCLE WE 8EE WHERE MARY MARTIN Weatherford Texas girl who astound- ed the show world In the Broadway production "Leave It To Me" has refused movie contracts offering her $500 a week. Before her Broadway debut she was turned down in shows at $75 per week. EVERY SUNDAY AT 6:30 LISTEN to the Fitch's Shampoo program over KGKO. You will find a variety of entertainment with some outstanding name ork every week. Last week the skin-beater deluxe Gene Krupa was presented. He told how he came about beating the tomtoms so freely as a result of an African expedition. Oh yes. In reply to a query as to the name of Krupa's theme song it is called "ApurkBody". Doesn't that sound funny? But not so funny when you spell the name "Krupa" back- wards and add "sody" to it. Affectionate pie is one where the two crusts are stuck on each other. I don't get It somehow. Here's an interesting list of "Screw- balls" of 1938 p...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 March 1939

Track Team Opens Schedule At Border Olympics SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Gilliam Radio Whir Frltnds Mm BOUND JCRViO PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXA8MARCH 2 1939. No. 21 V JilPll I Premonitions By "JINX" By JOE BELL (Pinch-hitting for Jinx) "The call to religion Is not a call to be better than your fel- lows but to be better than your- self." H. W. Beecher. I was reminded recently while walk- ing about the campus that many while striving to do their duty attaclc the problem in such an injudicious and untactful manner that they tend to tear down rather than to construct. The occasion brought to mind on- vi'Hv.l nr .spiring student preacher who thought hi was ..'ni- Mght by denouncing; a fell'v sunlciit f . piny lng in a dance orchestra Vl " di fend tlio question ts to Ah-ilu-i .t .i a sin to be of ' " wmiIph it is our desire ti In in; to muni t 1r young pica...

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

y -H vJn th Ij6VI Candid Campus Cracks CAPS in lower case EDITORIAL COMMENT Just the other day u bill to increase two state junior colleges to four-year ranking was finally passed by the Texas House of Representatives. That same day just as it has been every moment since May of last year Howard Payne College was in midst of a financial campaign for an eight building expansion program. The news from Austin concerning the passage of the bill was not al- together discouraging but it did bring to mind that if How- ard Payne expects to keep pace with the state schools and other suiior denominational colleges it must expand with them. By JAMES K. DAVIS As alliterative terms fail us we are unable to start this strip in the usual "Al Hicks" style. We should also like to state that no bribe has been accepted for any "plug" herein. Is Howard Payne Without Backing In Expansion? Speaking of bribes it is no longer a suspicion but a certified fact that Hicks actually does accept bribes and his na...

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

Jackets Defeat T.W. Rams To Cinch Second Place Texas Wesleyan Overpowered By Score of 49-48 Warren Scoring Spree Counts 22 Points The hard fighting Howard Payne Yellow Jackets topped the fast Tex- as Wesleyan cagers 48 to 49 In a Texas Conference Basketball game here Saturday night that kept 2000 yelling spectators on edge from start to finish. The Hownrd Payne hardwood quintet started slow and did not seem to be able to get started until the middle of the second quarter when they made 18 points to 12 for T. W. C. The Yellow Jackets did not let up on T AV. C. Rams after the sec- ond quarter. It was the Yellow Jackets second victory this season over the Rams both victories attained by the same idcntlal scoie in hard fought con- tests. In both of the games the Rams piled up an early lead but were unable to maintain their mar- gin on the score. Roland Wan en star Jacket for- ward scored 22 points and rcmaln- ed cool enough to drop 12 of his 15 free toss attempts. The game was decided o...

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

Special Sale for College Girls . HOLEPROOF HOSIERY FRIDAY - SATURDAY Reg. $1.35 Dress up sheer Reg. $1 .00 crepe sheer - Reg. 79c utility sheer Buy A Months Supply And Have Money To Spend. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. NEW LOCATION 206-208 CENTER fe- "THE LADIliS STOIIH" COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHE8 The Magic Eye By O. MIKE HILLOCYCLE ACCORDING TO THE COLLEGE Reporter of Hailio Station KGKO the regular writer of this column Bob Sims has started something rather novel in college newspapers. He hands Bob a nice package of congrat- ulations. THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF broadcasts weie begun last Tuesday evening February 21. 10:30 P. M. over radio station KGKO Fort Worth. These programs are concerned with college activities in the southwest and are sponsored by KGKO. The name of the presentation is "The Col- lege Reporter" and are prepared and presented by Hiram Goad Midloth- ian Texas a student of Trinity Uni- versity Waxahachle. They will con- tinue weekly at the same time each Tuesday and if success...

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

YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Gilliam Radio WfMr Priandt MMt bound uatnca PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXA8MARCH 9 1939 No. 22 Premonitions By "JINX1 IT WAS WITH INTEREST that wo noted the sophomore edition publish- ed Inst week. We would like to con- gratulate Joe Bell and his second- year nld on the special edition. The next special edition will be that of the ficshmun class to he destilbut- ed at Lake Brownwood Saturday Apt II 1. This edition will be the "Slime" or "A pi 11 Fool" Edition. Ac- cording to Tdltor Douglas "Land- sakes" Jones plans are going forwntd iapidly and students of Howard Payne may expect one of the best slime edit- tlons In hlstoty. Konald Vlbbert and the junior class will have chaige of the Apt 11 127 Issue. An addition this year to special editions will be that of the Journalism class which Is boosting the fact that Its papei will be the best of the year....

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

jj nn ()p fuG LSVI Candid Campus Cracks Slimes Letter to Pa Meditations . Youth Preserved by Self Confidence Faith and Hope The sun is shining. Somewhere a bird twitters. A boy saunters down the street whistling merrily. Only yesterday I could but now at me bewildered by the trend of events . . . . utter dejection . . . the world holds nothing for me any more ... it is as if a cold lifeless hand had reached out of a gloomy cloud that enveloped my soul and my heart is in its icy grip. It isn't that Hedy Lamarr is out of circulation because marriage doesn't remove one from circu- lation in Hollywood. It is just that there is another. EDITORIAL COMMENT Youth is not a time of life ... it is a state of mind. It is tint. a matter of ripe cheeks red lips and supple knees; it is a temper have entered into the lively scene but of the will a quality of the imagination a vigor of the emotions; it seems as though Fate were leering j it is a iresniiess ot tne deep springs of life. Youth means te...

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

JACKETS HPC Tractalers First In Mile Relay Event Hopes Bright For Season After taking fifth place In one of the hardest and fastest track meets In the southwest without carrying a full squad the Yellow Jacket hopes for a record breaking track team for the 1939 season brightened at the close of the first meet of the cinder path season the Border Olympics held at Laredo last week-end. Howard Payne's mile relay team composed of Marshall Swindle Wil- son and Barbcc won the event ruin- ing the hopes of Rice to tie in the meet with Texas University. Waymon Wilson came in second in the 880 yard run after Bell of nice who pounded down the stretch to take the race In 1:58. Wilson's time was 2:10. Minor ran fourth In the 100 yard dash the other places being taken by Wolcott of Rice Gatewood of Texas University and Cecil of A. & M holder of the state high school record. The Longhorn's for the sixth time In seven years took the meet with a total of 32 points over Rice Institute who followed...

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

1 - - . - SeUis GubUJnc riuuivuu inuniAo n. iailua MYivnur nunAfturAiMiULLMiL "THE LADIES STORE" . MAKES SUCCESS OF INSTITUTION IN OWN HOME TOWN-BROWN WOOD COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES The Magic Eye By O. MIKE HILLOCYCLE - iB .I . i FIRST THING WE WANT TO thank P. 13. McElroy for the splendid way In which he took over this corn- er In Inst weeks sophomore edition. Sho fine. STATISTICS SHOW THAT FRED Wurings gang woiks a total of 1800 houts per week In preparing their Saturday night show over NBC. There aic sixty performers and the figure Ih a total of rehearsal hours contrib- uted by those performers. This total Is not counting the time spent by the secretarial force arrangers copyists and others behind the scene. "Undecided" "It's All Yours" "Honolulu" "This Night" "I Cried For You". THIS LAST IS RAPIDLY GAIN- ing popularity after having been pub- lished for several years. Formerly n slower type it has been rejuvenated and sounds swell. AL PEARCE IN A RECENT radio program said that one of...

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

Thespians Slate One - Act Plays Here For Next Tuesday Evening Long CKtubllshed us one of the In pcrfoiniunces Is pilmailly from the Jack Lewis' "Saint Agnes' Eve" re Road" gives members of the cast a truly a farce of two brothers living leading exponents ol dtamu on the collegiate stage of Texas Howard Payne's Dramatic Club directed b" Mis. Lota Newby Shelton will pie- sent handsomely stuged pioductloiis of thtec onu-aet' plays Tuesday night In the Minis Building. Admission will be fifteen cents for students and twenty-five cents for adults. Over a period of seveial yeais the Howard Payne thesplans h.ie played before students and the general theatre-going public whose enjoyment brand; Jack McCluie Porphyro; Madge Bennett' Madeline; Eugene Ege Baron Maurice and Eugene Rob- inson The Beadsman. "Strange Road" Rcba Blanton Mrs. Talbot; Peail Marie Landua Mrs. Kadun; Louisa Llghtfoot An- nie and Donald Schurman Alan. "Quiet Please" Lloyd Turner Jeff; Cat Hon Lee Judd; Frances Levlsay Mat...

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

7 . eiffUn the L loTinr "" evel onoau doJI Place In Political World Of Today For Youth EDITORIAL COMMENT recent issue of the. Dallas Mows reported a eit.vwide organ ization for young businessmen interested in good government holding weekly meetings in that city. For the past several years the Young Democrats of Texas have been active in the political affairs of the state and youths of other political faiths are follow- ing suit. From our point of view this activity of politically-minded youth is all to the good. Youth to our way of thinking could be and often is engaged in activi- ties far less beneficial to them selves and to society than participation in public affairs. An in- telligent and patriotic citizen will we maintain be interested in the ongoing of his country from his own-voting precinct to the na- tion at large. The best time in the life of an individual to become an alert and patriotic citizen is during the period of youth. At least that i.s the time to begin his studie...

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

Yellow Jacket Cindermen Enter Fat Stock Show Meet FOURTEEN MEN ARE TAKEN TO FORT WORTS NIKE CAGERS ARE LETTERED BY COACH KEATON; EIGHT RETURN YELLOW JACKET SPORTS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXA8.MARCH 16 1939. No. 23 Competition Is Expected For College Meet Baseball Tourney Gains Interest Intrnmuml Softball Interest hns de- veloped during the Inst week In that teams have been otganlzed and stall- ed playing pi notice games before the omciai scncrliile Is drawn up. On Names Subject To Committee For Approval w? W I i me 9 WITH TRUETT PONDER Out Prospective!! w i i nn wt i brid leam Viewed Out ut the stadium last Satuiday up to be u fast club that In to rutin n Coach McAdoo Keaton leader of the aflcrnoon whlle watching Wic pros- this year to give the college division runner-un team In the TnxitM fnnfw. pective football material go through their share of opposition. In the ui.vwii uii. i jn- . : i.i n...t...i i . i ..... .. ... . ... tor Avenue has one of the best clubs "co uaa"cU)" chase an...

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

:: Scttis 8 GMs.Snc THE LADIES STORE COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHE8 The Magic Eye By O. MIKE HILLOCYCLE AT LAST IT IS OUT THE little radio manufactured by a well known coiporatlon which may bo can led mound by a handle just as an overnight bag Is carried. It la produced in all designs with a finish to the liking of Mr. and Mrs. Buyer and operates on a battery ttuly the neatest bit of progrcsslveness in radio we have seen. LAST TUESDAY Fibber Magee celebrated another year on the air. He has been handing out laughs to millions since his radio debut. Then to ho lias sent equally ns many tolling in the aisles of the motion picture theatets which have shown his screened successes. "Tnin't What You Do" "What Goes Up Must Down" "Night Must Fall" "Just Like That." Come ONE OF THE MOST unique little bands In the business Is that of Ray- mond Scott and his Quintet all six of them who play on the Lucky Sttlke Hit Parade Saturdays. If you follow tlieni you note that they play some- thing new cvety perfo...

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

r ' Three - Way Track Meet Set Here Friday Night SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Gilliam Radio Whr PriMMta Mas SOUND SXKVXC9D PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volumo XXV BROWNWOOD TEXA8.MARCH 23 1939 No. 24 8P Musical Group Sponsors Two Activities BROADCAST TO FEATURE MUSIC DEPARTMENT WBAP Program To Be On Air At 9 o'clock Howard Payne College again takes to the all with another btoadca.st on the WBAP Educational Hour at 0 a. m. Satin day morning. The pio- gtnm will be presented by the Music Department of Howard Payne and will originate fiom the Fori Woith studios of the station. On the program will appear Char- les It. Bond of the Voice Depaitment of Howard Payne Mis. McAtloo Keaton of the Piano Depaitment Chailes Day and the gills quintette composed ot Janice Sonells Helen Luke Mareell Johnson and Jewel Bateman. A double piano team consisting of Mis. Keaton and Charles Day will play "...

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

On the Leve EDITORIAL COMMENT Candid Campus Cracks Question List Of Collegians Reveals Opinions "Why arc you going to College V" "Which philosophy do you consider the greater menace to democracy communism or fas- cism?" "Do you think college athletes should be openly subsi- dized?" These questions and many others are before the leading college students of America when the official questionaire of the "Who's Who of Students in Am- erican Universities and Colleges" was released throughout the Uni- ted States. The list contains a group of fifty questions covering every type of interest from the stage to books and over to politics. The answers will be made to the likelihood of war to the abuse of insti- tutional power by the press the pulpit and the radio. The dom- inant search is to ascertain the status of the collegiate mind of America. Much is on the list of which we can not sixmk here ex- cept to say that the questions bear an active proof of the accurate study in process. We can no...

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

LEADERS OF FAT STOCK SHOW TRACK MEET COMPETE HOWARD PAYNE PLACES THIRD AT FAT STOCK SHOW In spite of Lady Luck's ft owning face the Jacket track squad placed third In the seventeenth annual South- western Exposition Track and Field Meet and continued to stand in the spotlight that marks the probable winner of the Texas Conference meet. Noith Texas State Teacheis placed fltst with 45 3-1 points; Kast Texas State Teachers placed second with 42 3-4 points; Howaid Payne placed thlid with 20 3-J points San Mat cos Teachers fourth with 12 3-1 points Oklahoma Baptist fifth with 10 points; Stephen P. Austin sixth with 7 points; and Abilene Christian Col- lege placed seventh with one point. Pete Owens the man that sails over the hurdles for Howard Payne stood out for the Jackets in coming within one tenth of a. second knotting the recoid In the high hurdles and tunning close behind Everett of North Texas State Teachers to take second place In the low hut dies. Pete's time on the high hut die...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 March 1939

V Settis GlUw.&ic hfc '-nil LADItS STORE' - COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES 1 wl A GLITTERING WALK- It's patent leather and more patent leather for your ahoes this Spring! Shiny black to flash bright stac- cato notes as you trip along dull sidewalks. Smartest accent for your tailored suits and "tea date" ensem- bles. You'll find a complete range of styles at Bettls & Gibbs peren- tally classic pumps sandals with cut-outs fore and aft dressy oxfords. And don't forget you don't have to blink an eyelash at Bettls & Gibbs shoe prices. Premonitions By "JINX" IT WOULD NOT BE AMISS AT this time to note the Increase In In- terest school spirit and extra-curricular activities. It seems as if In the past two weeks every group has shown better cooperation and activit- ies have been giving students a rush. This thing of icxtra-currlculnr actlc- lties which has been stressed for weeks by the Yellow Jacket Is defi- nitely a job for the students them- selves. It is not the position of the admini...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1939

J"'- 1 FRESHMAN EDITION l 1 V YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Gilliam Radio nlMw rwWnU IwK OOMD r PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Veluma XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 1 1939. No. 25 Slimes Have "Their Day" In Holiday Event HOST TO UPPERS IN CELEBRATION AT LAKE B WD Premonitions BY JONES WELL HERE IT 18 THE FIR8T Freshman edition I've tried to put out and after you have read it I got a feeling you will hope it is the last. Although I was a little worried (sometimes shakey) about how I was goln to fill all the space I am thank- ful that I (being a Freshman) was allowed the privilege of trying. Even if your dignity is hurt I hope you like it or may I say "take it." If you don't I hope I can take "IT." JONES IS HELD IN COUNTY JAIL PLANS COMPLETED FOR CAMPUS FOR MURDER OF MISS McCHRISTY CARNIVAL BY SOPHOMORE CLASS To Be Held Here Next Tuesday Night April 4 Teacher Found Coked To Death On Censored Copy FERDINAND IT'S...

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

YELLO A 1 P T 1 Candid Campus Cracks Slimes Letter to Ma Tht paper which obtains a reputation for publishing authentlo news and nly that which Is fit to print. . . will steadily Increase Its Influence. An- drew Carnegie. Katered at the Post-Office at Brownwood Texas aa second class mall matter RATES 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. FRESHMAN STAFF Editor Associate Editors DOUGLAS JONES BILL DAVIS R. M. FRACHISEUR JOE ROACH W. C. MOFFET FRANK FISHER Jack Gregg Joyce Wheeler Jean Stephens David Glover Clarence Hanna Onth EDITORIAL COMMENT FREE APOLOGY IN ADVANCE Haw! Me a freshman writing a dirt column and to tell you the truth I am afraid to print things but fortunately 1 am protected by the unwritten law of the campus The privilege of the Press. Any- hoo here goes for better or worse. At last the fastes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1939

Jackets Second To East Texas Defeat Eagles RIDEOUT TWINS PERFORMANCE IS BRILLIANT Melvin Boedeker Is High Point Man Of Meet YELLOW JACKET CINDERMEN TO COMPETE IN AUSTIN RELAYS Largest Field In YELLOW JACKET SPORTS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS.APRIL 1 1939. No. 25- Defending Champs Mark Majority Of Relay Entries History of Event Is Contemplated FjUj i"" il me Out With Your Waterbcrry Being that this Is the sllmc edition bro Frank Fishes) Charles Florence The strong Jacket track I thought that it would be appro- pi late to mention sonic of the frcsh- ...... . n) . The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Austin March 31-Defendingcham- clndermcn wI11 compete ln the Tc5Cag plons will be here ln approximately r.... n AllHn .hlQ wnu.oni a. ICUITI. t'hroo.fnilrtVta of Vin Tnvno T?Alotta . . .... )mm nll.lnnn il.nt U..(.. ln.H tunllHn. paced by a brilliant performance bv 1. .";.. l 1-. . .u?". .7 '" monB tno contestants will be several - "' -: .. Uu....k Melvin Boedeckcr were nosed out East Texas Teach...

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