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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1939

y I- l s TMI LADIES STORE' COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHE Truth About Men NjoldByWoman- l)oes She Know? Says Men Are Something Men -Marry; Oh Yes Men are what women marry. They have two eyes two hands and some- times two wives; but never one dol- lar or one idea at a time. Like Turkish cigarettes men are all made of the same material. The only difference Is that some arc bet- ter disguised than others. Generally speaking they may bo divided Into two classes husbands and bachelors an eligible bachelor Is a mass of obstinance entirely sur rounded by suspicion. Husbands are of three varieties: (1) prize (2) surprise and (3) consolation prize. It is a psychological marvel that a soft fluffy tender violent scent- ed thing like a woman should enjoy kissing a big awkward stubby-chinned tobacco-and-bay-rum scented thing like a man. Tf you flatter a man It frightens him to death if you don't you tore him to death. If you permit him to make love to you he gets tired of you In the end and if you don't h...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1939

Intramural Softball Games This Afternoon SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL. BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR g Voluma XXV BROWN WOOD TEXAS APRIL 5 1939 No. 26 Gilliam Radio W fc IOUMD UKYICB A ALL-COLLEGE CARNIVAL SUCCESS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB HOST TO COLLEGES All-Day Session Is Set Here For Friday April 28 The Intcrnultonal Relations Club of Howard Payne College has In- vited similar organizations from six other Texas colleges to an all-day confeience to be held on the Howard Payne College campus April 28. Invited colleges aie Hat din-Simmons University McMutty College and Abilene Chtlstlan College all of Abilene Texas Southwestern Uni- versity of Georgetown San Angelo Junior College of San Angelo and Daniel Baker College of Brownwood. Several delegates from each college are planning to attend. The piogram of the conference hab not as yet been completed but plans are undetway f...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 April 1939

-B ()n thg LSVGl Candid Campus Cracks Meditations . EDITORIAL COMMENT Remember The Friend Of Freedom Spanish War Echoes In America More than at any time in recent years the United Slates has reason to turn eagerly this spring to observance of the birth of Thomas Jefferson. This American colossus whose giant shadow still falls across the whole democratic world was born April Y.1 1943 almost 200 years ago. It is the custom on such oc- casions to search the works of such a worthy find an apt quo- tation that seems to bear out the particular course the writer himself favors and thus give the great man's benediction on his natal day to some course of modern conduct. In the writings of his 83 years his speeches letters and books apparent Jeffersonian authority can be found for almost anything. It is a dangerous practice to quote him thus. Nobody can say with much certainty what Jefferson or any long-dead man would do if confronted by today's world. What we can do and what we ought to do o...

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

r 1 ft U X J Jackets Third In OWENS THIRD IN PAST FIELD OF HIGH HURDLERS Outstanding Men Compose Field Placing third in three events in flatf race Rains more and more In- recognized a familiar picture in last battle. To save any more embarrass- Howard Payne trackstcrs are un- defeating Melwood and the Air Castle the Texas Relays at Austin Saturday Merest with the baseball fans through- Sunday's Dallas News. Burton re- ment Collins held the trunks up dergolng intensive training this week In perfect playing weather. Todd the Jackets carried off their share "ut- tnc southwest. With Texas Uni- called some of the high spots In Nig while Pastor kept pounding Sttlck- before they take the road to El Paao Hall handed Melwood a top-heavy of the honors In the annual track verslty holding the lead In the con- McCarver's football career audi as land's jaw with his right. Time wus where they are to take part In the 11 to 2 defeat under the pitching of meet. Pete Owens high hurdle star Icrencc gam...

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

a ii o Sett & GibU&c. "TIIE LADIKS SI OPE" i" - COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES Premonitions By "JINX" STUDEMT INTEREST IN HOW- ARD PAYNE Is Increasing with stu- dent activities. During the past few weeks many extra-curricular events nln nned for students by students mi tor nuuenu oy """""" Mary Jane Ritchie violin; Jean You must rank in the nation's upper booklet presents a comprehensive un- to a large oxicm monopinH.u -. nnrlnno Trout. DoiothV ten ner cpnt of nubile sneakers lo nlvola insni . nffii.i ...... tnm have i.Uidcnts extra time Tf any. However it's all for the good of the cause nnd ;i vcrv worthwhile cause It Is. A F"1 f JS SS'.'Jj'Si Z tra-curricular activities of varied In letests ate essential for a woll tounded college education. THE SOPHOMORES REALLY did something In putting over the all-college carnival last night. It was something new something dif- ferent and It did much In the way of developing ctcatlve ability among its perpetrators. THE FRESHMEN HAVE HAD their da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1939

Sophomores Invite Seniors to Campus Here Saturday April 29th A caravan of sophomores made an extensive tour of Central Texas last Tuesday In behalf of the Howard Payne Day to be held on the campus May 20. The sophomores also proved adept at oratory as well as motoring as they spoke to the senior classes of about twenty-five high classes In an attempt to sell the idea of a class trip to Howard Payne on field day. Home eighty high schools have been contacted by letter. A capacity at- tendance is expected and an inter- esting and entertaining program is planned. The program for the Howard Payne Day Is to be given in two patts: an afternoon program and an evening program. At the afternoon program duchesses from high schools In this vicinity will vie for the honor of the 1939 High School "Oomph Girl" of Central Texas. Howard Payne's "Number One Glamor Girl" will reign as May Queen over the evening festivities to be held at the Memorial Hall. Color will be In the offing as she is crowned....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1939

-O C Jn thf 1 (VfM Candid Campus Cracks Meditations CAPS in lower case EDITORIAL COMMENT America may well be proud that its very name is lill almost another word for tolerance. The instinct In tolerate in others the freedom we expect for ourselves is deep in the American con- sciousness. We don't think much about it because we are all brought up that way and it is natural. But in a time when whole governments and systems are being built on tolerance it might be well to think a little about why tolerance is a good thing. For leaders such as Adolf Hitler are denouncing America's Very Name Is Another Word For Tolerance Students Are Urged To Use Judgment In Student Elections it not only as weak in itself but as an unbearable handicap on a state. Americans like tolerance because it is right. We believe that no man is good enough or wise enough to ride other men without their consent. And wo believe that no man's rights are safe un- less he is willing and able to grant to other men the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1939

- 1 c H.P.C. TRACK TEAM SECOND AT AGGIE TRI MEET Volume XXV rme EVENT WON BY TEXAS A & M. ACC Poor Third; Boedeker High Scoring Star The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket warriois of the cinder pat lis finished second In a triangular track meet at College Station Saturday afternoon April 15. Points registered by the throe teams were: Aggies 00. How- aid Jayne 54.0 and Abilene Christian College 25.5. Boedeker Howaid Payne broad Jump and sprint specialist earned 12.5 points for high point honors of the meet as compared with 12.25 by Cecil the Freeport lad who ran mvav with Individual honors In the Texas wo cant go far wrong when we pic- YELLOW JACKET SPORTS CENTER AVENUE NINE. BARN FISH HAD I INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL BROWNWOOD TEXA8.APRIL 20 1939 w H I kM Out close ace with down Relays this year. TRUETT POUNDER When a Fort Worth sports writer picked Boedeker for the man most likely to be high point man In the Texas Confcience ttack meet this year most of us agreed with him. Then when the long...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1939

if SSSI TME LADIl.S bKHtU' : COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES Behind the Mike By CLIFF HORN Gee Gut'es! Since Master has conic end gone what shall I write about except that quaint (?) little bonnet In the "Master Parade." Hands such as Ho? nee Heldt Glen Gmy Kay Kysor and Goodman had the "bugs" swinging on the gale with the tune i von if It Is appropriate only once each year. Glen Gray ami his Casa Lonm Orchestra celebrated their tenth an- niversary. The band started way back In 1020 and has been klcltln' ever since. The bunch Is not what you'd call the hottest swine: band In the rountiy but they ate what you'd call steady. Gray will always be remembered for his theme song "Smoke Rings." Note- His iccent recording of "I Cried For You" Is no slouch. "Hint to the wise" Depaitmcnt TO LARRY CLINTON: New Ideas for songs: Use any of Bach's fugues or Schubcit's Unfin- ished Symphony for lyilcs and the Gettysburg Address would make mighty good words for It. TO TOMMY DORSEY: Musicians you might entice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1939

JUNIOR CLASS EDITION YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Gilliam Radio and BOUND SERVIGB wrnGH rFWRGB MtflV PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 27 1939 No. 28 High School Seniors Guests COLLEGE EXECUTIVE UNFOLDS LIFE'S STORY OF MARY By DR. BEN M. DAVID Th. M. D. D. During- my ministry I have made a great study of th- W"iaphlcs of great Christian men and women. I have been tin tiled at the Htnilea of David Livingstone John Bunyan Robert Moffat Maiy Livingstone Adoniinm Judson Lottie Moon Wil- liam Carey and many others I have told these stories many many times and have witnessed the gieat Influ- ence they had on the liven of young people. Fitting memorials have been erected to them in various forms and suitable places and their lives live on. But these people vorr remotely re- moved fiom the great Southwest. Therefore I had always longed that we could produce a person who pos- sessed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1939

IlOnth 3533 ED1T0KIA L e Level CAPS in lower case Meditations Candid Campus Cracks American Youth Is Urged To Avoid War Propaganda L COMMENT A quarter of a century ago the world tottered on the brink of a universal conflict a struggle so mighty and so widespread in its scope that all previous catastrophic paled to insignificance in comparison. The stage was set to perfection and all that was needed to set the vast machinery of destruction into motion was just one slight move by one of the actors of the drama. The world knew what lay in store and watched with grim expectancy the ominous gathering of the war clouds realizing full well that the situation threatened to destroy the civilized world. On every hand and in every nation movements were inaugurated. societies were formed and groups pledged themselves to the main- tenence of peace all for the purpose of preventing their respective nations from being drawn into a useless foolish pointless whole- sale destruction. But lo. another ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1939

JACKETS TO OPEN 1939 GRID GRIND WITH SWTSTC OMIT ARKANSAS FROM SCHEDULE To Play Lions For First Time Jacket fans nre duo to soc five homo games during the 1939 grid season of which four arc to bo con- ference games according to the sche- dule released by Coach McAdoo Kca- ton last week. Opening the ten-game card with a non-conference game with the Southwest Texas State Teachers of San Marcos and climax- clh with the Hard n-Slnrn onfeow! hands the Jackets' outlook for the nmi..r Oono i .tiiti ThdnZnrES;.. nr .. 1OTS l sensor.' mnot n 1! tl In the '39 schedule that thev did not meet last year the Lions ofEnst Tex- .1 i t a as who carried away the Lone Star championship last year. Howard Payne meets the Lions on the night of October 27 In place of Arkansas fitntn tf Ctymvnv lint nnnnnrirl iti J j T . " v . i..i 7.Vm State another team on Howard Payne's eleven game card last year will not be played this year. The high-light of the ten-game card Is the traditional battle between Howard P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1939

mmmmmmm m J 11 . ' esurroc t Ion nnd the f ello wshlp of i lis Y ri P1..L HJIaLmi n I AilnfYO HVOrilllVH suffering becoming conformed unto fj. L. VIUD IViaKlnS saus 8 Gibu&ic. Allege executive .. - . ;Zi n . - p p s page 1) dead. ICUIO I UI 1 1C You me dear to my heart and I ri I fi i It was occu- pmy dally for yoUi j appreciatc yollr Jjjg jjtVlC UllOW some minister .mVers nlK (liso your messages of . ?. . . . "THE LADIES STOnE" -COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHE8 (Continued from page 1) ANNUAL RETREAT (Continued from page 1) HOWARD PAYNE ( Continued from page one) treat had meant to him. Many fine PottS( Drcxel Clark Douglass Jones testimonies were given at the close Chnrles Lawrence Edgar Fulkerson of the final evening service a num- and Bnbe Barbour ber of students reciodicateu tneir lives Behind the Mike By CLIFF HORN You aie dear to mv heart and I lstcrs of the oospci. it was occu- jtay dally for you. I appreciate your 7aiP. JjtVIe lJIIOW . V .. . Z ill iL liZ The afternoon program Is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 May 1939

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

-D Qri tn 1 fVfN Candid Campus Cracks Slimes Letter to Pa II II 1 laaVu f V! ft. Vn.uni lTr.iv tr. vn iln nlwuif nior Put tor! EDITORIAL COMMENT Rivalry Put To Use As a Factor Of Self-Benefit True Christian humility docs not consist of curbing the per- sistent spirit necessary to every man in the walks of life. IJut it does consist of lack of egotism of having an interest in the in- stitution as a whole for which one works and in a recognition of the fact that great men are simple as a rule. Simple men are not egotists. In every newspaper office there is a standard joke about the writer who cares most for the "by line" for the writer whose egotism has caused him to think of himself as William Allen White. Mark Twain or Charles Dickens. Humbleness cannot oday be classed as meekness in its mod- ern meaning. To be meek as Christ our Lord does not require that we shun the duty of also driving "the money changers from the temples." The Bible gives many instances of authorities who were n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 May 1939

:. Howard Payne Tennis Players Lead In Tourney Reach Finals Of Three Divisions Of Annual Meet Jean Stephens Contender For Singles Title Howard Pavne tennis e uittstants in the Brown County Tannl.i Tctirnu ment rate among the contending champions. The first final plav-off will probably bo in the girls dlv'sior In which Jean Stephens and Huth Gehike mcot Jean Barnes and Mary McGhec. Gehtke and Stephens qualified foi the tit! j match with a 0-0 0-0 vic- tor; over Violet Miller and Juanlta Crockett while Barnes and McGhee won over Mrs. King Doshicr and Mrs. Bill Milclmm. 0-0 0-1. Miss Stephens is also in the women's singles finals with Jean Ha i din defeating Ruth OehrUe 0-) 6-8 and Violet Miller in straight .sets 0-2 0-1. No announcement has been made thus far as to when the finals will be played but are expected to be MJUIDM MM YELLOW JACKET SPORTS JACKETS MEET ACC ABILENE TRIANGULAR TRACK MEET Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS.MAY 4 1939 No. 29 Miss Death-Plunge Chance at World's Record HPC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 May 1939

SeHls Gibb&w. fcw TME LADIES STOIJE" ad COLLEGE QIRL3 CLOTHE8 Premonitions By "JINX" IN VIEW OF THE SUCCESS OF the Yellow Jacket this year If tiny and In view of confidence the stu- dents have placed In us by our re- flection na editor we would like to make the following resolution to the associated students of Howard Payne College: "Whereas every student In How- ard Payne College the only senior co-educational Baptist college in the state of Texas has co-operated very generously In every endeavor and "Whereas the faculty members have been a contributing factor to the highest extent of co-operation and "Whereas the faculty advisory board has been co-operative broad- minded and unbiased in Its every opinion and "Whereas Brownwood merchants and business men have to a certain extent made this publication possible through their advcitising and "Whereas every club and organi- zation on the campus has tended Its support and co-operation and "Whereas the Jacket has enjoyed a hard worki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 May 1939

Journalism Class Edition YELLO ACKET GILMORE'S Whor Priwuto MMt Gilliam Radio SOUND UUlVlLUi PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Volume XXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS.MAY tl 1939 No. 30 . - Students Go Hawaiian CRYSTAL GAZING By The Editor The crystal Is getting cloudy 1 ioks like a norther. No It's a du.st i .ot in; Now the smoke is clearing cway and I sec a faoe appearing- a l.orrlble face! But wait- It's my own i ef lection In the glass. At last the vision Is appearing (oh well I can dteam can't I?) I see In the crystal that this Is the Journalism Class Edition published by future journalists. Yos I see my friend und associate Al Hicks sweep- ing cut some editor's office -and my- self delivering papeis on route three. The crystal ball tells me that the committee has decided to start work on the new gymnasium Commence- ment Day. And all the time the sen- iors thought that day meant the be- ginning of things an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 May 1939

-H ()n th L&VI Slimes Letter to Pa Candid Campus Cracks PotGIlt lOCtrV EDITORIAL COMMENT PERSONALITY Success may bo measured by material gains social position or various other ways. But the key to personal success is a good personality. Psychologist tell us that we all have a personality. Whether it is good or bad depends on the way we develop it. Everyone whether he lie an unskilled laborer or president should strive toward a well-integrated personality. Well-integrated of course means well balanced and authorities agree that such a personality may be considered in five divisions briefly dis- cussed following: Physically: A person should have good health normal physi- cal reserves and good health habits. The latter consists of ex- ercise fresh air. sunshine proper diet and plenty of sleep. And. of course any habit detrimental to good health .should be avoided. Socially: To be sociable one should be a good mixer. He must genuinely be interested in others as well as make himself ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 May 1939

JACKETS DEFEND CONFERENCE TITLE AT AUSTIN it fi!L auuftUbNfliib m ON marks hk n ivicLarvermen May Add To Record List Of HPC Howard Pavne trackstera entnr fhn annual Texas Conference track and f eld meet today with one of the most fivorod teams In the entire meet. With Mclvin Boedeker slated to hold dnvn the iccord-brcaklng department along with Pete Owens. LSan hurdler the Jackets have good pros- . . ...... .. b u" i""B poets to win another Texas Confer- e'lcc track crown. The defeat of Abilene Christian College by the Jackets last week rates them ahead of the Wildcats ... - .-... . .v"-"la- Abllene Christian always takes a strong team to the Texas Conference meet. The meet was originally scheduled for Georgetown but the site of the meet had to be changed because of the inability to have the Georgetown track repaired In time for the meet ..... 1 . .. . . Texas Mcmotlal Stadium in Austin has been chosen but the entrants will nnl louncl before he was beaten by "PPcned in the last two ...

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