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

Thursday November 16 1939 YBLLOW JACKET Page 8 MANY FANS WILL BACK JACKETS AT ABILENE CONTEST Cat Linemen . . . TYSON COX Pictured above is Tyson Cox 210-i)ounl tackle who was nll- confercncc last season nnd who Is playing his third year as a reg- ular In the Wildcat line. HELMUTH STROMQUIST A tower of strength in the Wild- tat line is Helmuth "Red" Strom- riulst all-conference end who gain- ed a berth on the second team of the Associated Press Little All- Amciican eleven last fall. GARVIN UAUCHAMP Above is Garvin Beauchamp 187-pound guard with the Abilene Christian Wildcats. It was this hustling ACC lineman tliat tinned deiial Into victory for the Chris- tians last week against Daniel Baker with his fine defensive play. Statistics Favor Yellow Jackets 'A check over statistics compiled on the Jackets' games up to date show Howatd Payne leading in cveiy department. UPC has played seven games and In those games has lolled up SO fiist downs to op- ponents' 31. The Jackets have gained 1...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 November 1939

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday November 16 1939 Dial Lights By JOE FIELDER Lots of things can happcpn In a week's time and happen fast. This Is especially true when speak- Ing of radio. After a week'? "rest" (to take exams) the Piper finds more to say than he ha room to say. A week ago last Sunday night Nelson Eddy bid good-bye to Chase & Sanborn'e and radio list- eners In general. People who ap- preciate good music and the ma- jority of all the rest ate sorry to see him leave. The singers of his kind with the exception of Rich- nrd Crooks are all gone from the ulr lanes. Where Is Lawrence Tibbett Lily Pons Grace Moore Rosa Ponselle Gladys Swarthout John Charles Thomas and Nino Martini? Why are all the great singers leaving the air lanes? The tadlo audiences do not like it and it is our prediction that the spon- sors will soon be seeking them out for their programs again. Only a few weeks ago the radio prcmleic of one of the genius of iadlo came over the air. We speak of none oth...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 November 1939

YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 23 1939 No. 10 I On To f J GEORGETOWN ii i i ' I Beat 4 Jj Southwestern jA HPC CAMPUS PERSONALITY J. Ronald Vibbert Outstanding Campus Leader; One ot the busiest men on the campus is J. Ronald Vlbbert who combines his scholastic work with selling advertisements for the Lasso and football programs and driving a bus. Vlbbert perhaps came a grouter dlstuncc than any other student on the campus to iccelvc a college education. About 3500 miles trav- eling distance from Brownwood he began his secondary education at the Madras Union high school in Madias Oregon. He received his high school diploma from this school in the spring of 1030. The following fall he began his long overland journey just to en Premonitions By ROY FOX After the Tuesday night "best- yet" pep rally interest In the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets the ...

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

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday November 23 1939 Onth BffiH EDITOR L e Level EDITORIAL COMMENT "Let us unite in most huinblv offering our prayers and supplications to the Great Ruler of nations and beseech Him to render our national government a blessing to all people by constantly being a government of wise just and constitutional laws. from George Washington's first Thanksgiving proclamation. Today begins a week of Thanksgiving. Because the Presi- dent proclaimed an earlier Thanksgiving and because the Gov- ernor favored the traditional date. Texans have the fine op- portunity of spending botli dates and the week between. The national observance should of course begin on the one day and continue through the other. We citizens-to-be of the United States should be thankful for that in itself. We should Thanksgiving Does It Mean What It Should To You be particularly thankful this year not only because most of us have the required necessities of life but because in a worl...

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

YELLOW JACKET Page 3 JACKETS END LOOP SEASON AT GEORGETOWN FRIDAY Thursday November 23 1939 Determined To Make Comeback Pirates Boast Of Well-Balanced 11 Hi let mined to wind tip tliclt '1'i'j. ii. confcience seiiHon with ti victory tlif twico-foentcn Yellow Jackets) of Howtud Payne journey to Ceorgotown this week to fucu lite stiong Pitntes of Southwestern Unletsity Krldny ufternoon nt the ritate atndluin In the final confoience contest for botlt aqunds. The Pirates have about the greatest array of cxpotlenced ma- terial In the conference and Coach McAdoo Keaton has warned his charges that they will be up against a more dangerous crew than Abilene Christian who de- feated Howard Payne 14-0 last week. The Pirates handed the Wildcats their only conference set- back of the season winning 26-7 a surprise victory some weeks back. In TC games so far this season the Pirates have won over Mc- Murry 12-0 ACC 26-7 and Daniel Baker 12-0. They have droppepd two tilts losing to Trinity 7-0 and ...

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

Page A "THE LADIES STORE" . 206-8 Center Ave. BROWNWOOD TEXAS Say wasn't Saturday and Sun- day nights good for rudlo recep- tion. Especially was this true for cur radios. The nights were as clear us two bells. From what the Piper has heaid a good port- able tiidlo would have been some help on the special train on Its icturn trip. Bea Wain and Math Warnow's orchestra swinging to- gether on the Hit Paiade tunes could at least help some students drown their sorrow In music. Try them some Saturday night at 8:00 and 11:00 over the CBS stations. People still like the sentimental tunes of defeated love et cetera. To prove It is the almost-overnight rise to popularity of the song South of the Bolder. This song was Introduced over the air for the first time by the Light Oust Doughboys and their wonder-boy singer. Only the last two or thtce weeks have the programs of the network stations used It very much. In one night the Piper heard the song sung sweetly by Dick Todd and the Avalon choius a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1939

JACKET QUINTET WILL OPEN CAGE SEASON THURSDAY NIGHT SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET PLAN BASKETS FOU CHRISTMAS ATTEND EVERY REVIVAL SERVICE PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 7 1939 No. 11 Ymlfi t Premonitions By ROY FOX Cooperative assistance is being evidenced on the campus In regard to the suggestion made thromjl1 this column recently in regard to clubs und organizations on the campus sponsoring baskets of food to be given to the Junior Service League und Community Center for distribution this Chtistmas to the undei privileged families of this city. Every organization on the campus should cooperate to the fullest extent in this worthwhile and unselfish endeavor. Brown- wood has done a lot for Howaul Payne. Let us show Brownwood that we as students of HFC and residents of the city aie inlet ested in its welfare. Basketball next! Another grid season has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1939

Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday December 7 1939 Page 2 .. i B On th u6V6l The annual college revival or ligious Emphasis Week is at hand. Since college revivals are not held in all colleges our revival adds to the aim of Chris- tian education that is predominate on the Howard Payne col Give God a Chance at Your Life During College Revival to follow. Since college is known as a place for making great decisions it should also serve as an opportunity for the mak- ing of the one "big" choice or decision in life. It is a turn- ing point in the students' lives. A student must choose whether he is going to use his life in Christian service or let his soul become dormant. In all sincerity fellow-students this decision will be the most important that you will make during your college career or for that matter your entire life. Let your Maker help you make this decision don't avoid Him let Him have a way with your life let Him direct you along life's way it is the easiest way when He is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1939

Thursday December 7 1939 YELLOW JACKET Page 3 c TWENTY-FIVE Seven Lettamen To Form Nucleus Quintet To Open Season Thursday Official basketball workouts for the Howard Payne Yellow Jack- ets weic started Monday under the direction of Coach McAdoo Kea- ton with seven lettetmen repot t- ing for the initial practice. Of the 25 men reporting besldcn the lettermen wcte five squad- men of last season three junior college transfers and ten first-year men. The lettermen reporting were Rowland Michel San Antonio; Ro- land Warren Port Stockton; New- ell Odell Moran; Orvlllc Smith Hillsboro; Dow McBrldc May; Clyde Conner Richland Springs and Waymon Wilson McAllen. Wilson was an all-conference guard two years ago but did not sec much action last year due to injuries. Another lettcrman of last year Charles Lawrence of Dawson will report as soon as he tccovers from a knee injury received in football and a tonsllectomy. Squadmcn of last year include B1U Hinton Estelllnc; Willis Den- man Brownwood; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 December 1939

Page '1 YELLOW JACKET Thursday December 7 1939 She'll thank you from'fU bottom of her heart becatiM you'll have presented her with lovely stockings that can't run. She'll appreciate their flattery and smartness but she'll doubly appreciate' the veiMike mesh texture" which banishes runs. And why not take advantage of your discovery and get some for yourself tool MOJUD HffTTTiniiB I lutiinuia I J MI $1.15 BETTIS & GIBBS Dial Lights By JOE FIELDER Thanksgiving or at least the one we celcbiuted has come and gone; and with it all the turkey loafing days and football games that go with it. Lust Satin day saw the last of the college tout- ball broadcasts this seahon with the exception of those on New Yeur's clay. Speaking of football bioadcasts the Piper is icmindcd to offer this gratitude to the .sponsots of these bioadcasts. Mil- lions of people In the United States have enjoyed the giidhon clashes because ot these sponsois who made them possible to the public. Not long ago Rudy Vall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1939

JACKET QUINTET TO FACE SAN ANGELO RAMS HERE MONDAY SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 SBs5353a3aaa3awJiW3JS5j iMRMSWSMIMIMtMMMB YELLO ACKET Chilstmas g X fcppy ?2tt fya J tL'y;a5U5Us:5135:i3KSi: CMaMMUMCmMBIKfilKSMaMCMK! & PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OK HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. BUOWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DhCEiMBEU 13 15)39 No. 12 K meity H Sfti5s?L!5 HIT ( AMPUS PERSONALITY Jacket Honors Tennison; Ail-Round Prominence f'li'U.cltnt. oi' one of the busic.it m!c tiiisaes in school history is Clllt r TcnuUon and the reason o. .in Rainess Is "Pistol" himself. Xotii.; the difficulty with which prev.ojs third-year classes labored ti:ir ti. mlSv' the uind.i necessaty toiiiiuiee the annual junior prom durn.0 the spring semester he staiied them to working eatly. "Pistol" cuirently hails fiom Wirhlla Kails but was born at Veilington Texas. He teccived his secondary education at the Crosbyton high school. During these high school ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1939

l'nge 2 Thursday December 13 1939 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page -A C-41 tu6 L6VI Candid Campus Cracks Meditations By EUGENE EQE Thoughts While Thinking The week of prayer for peace recently held by all religious denominations throughout the United States was marked by an unusually significant and impressive event. Jewish syna- gogues of San Francisco participated in the general supplica- tion for peace by thus beseeching God: "Grant us peace thy Let America Supply Peaceful Guidance To The Universe that it may ever bo a stronghold of peace in the council of the nations." This prayer is from the most ancient ritual of Israel and yet is appropriate to American conceptions of principles and duty. All American denominations joined in the spirit of that p.-ayer. Prayers for peace for the United States are inspired ii tingly by all faiths in America. Prayers for peace of the world are the fulfillment of all religious be- lief. Prayers for an end of wars for dominance which mean nothing but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1939

Thursday December 13 1939 YELLOW JACKET Page 3 DENDY AND TERRELL MAKE ALL-CONFERENCE OFFICIAL Three Wildcats On Mythical 11 Trinity St. Ed's Place Two Each Bob Dcndy senior tackle from Wink nntl Garland Terrell junior back from Childress were Howard Payne's representatives on the of- ficial all-Texas confeicnce football team picked by the coaches at the annual meeting of the Texas con- ference executives in Dallas Sat- urday. Abilene Christian college co- champions of the conference placed three men on the mythical eleven. Stromquist an all-conference end of last season Jones hard-driving back who led the conference scorers this season and Cox powerhouse tackle who was also on last year's team were picked from the Wildcat squad. Trinity university placed Ktin- kel uce Tiger passer and Kooten driving center on the official team. St. Edward's who shared the conference crown with ACC was reptesented by Formagus burly guard who was picked lor the second year and Jensen top- notch wlngma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 December 1939

Pnge 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday December 13 1939 Dial Lights By JOE FIELDER Slumped over a typewriter head in hands the Piper was in .t fug lor a starter this week. Suddenly a thought Htruckl Then- uiu only ninu more shopping days until Christmas. The air Unas are al tcuy catching the Chtistinns spir- it and the programs are beginning a build-up of Christmas fctvor. Jack Benny of the Jellu program made a few cracks about the holi- day in last Sunday's program. Mary Livingston asked Jack when Christmas would be this year. Your scribe nas received Infor mutton from very reliable sources during the last few days that leads him to believe thai a certain ex-band leader one Artie Shaw Is a spineless "heel" of the first water. He deserted his band be- foie a contract wi.s completed. Although the band was ably taken over by one of the members It lea vis the band In a hole. ..iust of the band members hilped Artie build the band up to a blj. named band for the last seven yeuts and now these men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1940

Highlights of 1939 Campus News Reviewed in Diary by Girl Reporter By JOYCE WHEELER January 20 1939 Dear Diary: Tonight I feel very little and unlearned. Very bravely this morning I ginned over to take my mid-term examinations with clean paper under my arms a new bottle of Ink clinched tightly In my hand and a sort of desperate tiembllng hope In my heart that I had not forgotten what my com- mon sense told me I had never learned. Centuries passed and I emerged from the loom an aged woman. About my chair I left a circle of crumpled paper as a trlb- utc to my tortured efforts; on my desk I left an Indigo stain of Ink as an indelible evidence of my helpless nervousness and on my teacher I left an honest but most unflattering Impression that I can Attend Concert Vol. XXVI. Examination EXAMINATION TIME Monday 9:00 a. m Monday 1:30 p. m Tuesday 9:00 a. m Tuesday 1 :30 p. m Wednesday 9 00 a. m Wednesday 1 :30 p m Thursday 9.00 a. m Thursday 1 :30 p. m Fiiday 9:00 a. m Fiiday 1:30 p. m Satur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1940

Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Page 2 Thursday January 11 1940 IlUn the L In This Land of Ours This America the man wo choose as leader dons a no time uniform or insignia to denote his constitutional position as commander in chief of armed forces. No member o.' his cabinet no civil subordinate ever American Democracy Safest Of Nations In War-Torn World citizen sees so little ;' the army that he has not learned to distinguish between : major and a lieutenant from his shoul- der straps. When tiie cliiel executive addresses his fellow- countrymen they gather about him within handclasp distance. Goose-stepping rogiti..nt.s are not paraded before him. When he speaks to the (.Lilian population it is not over rank of helmeted heads. In This Land oi Ours This America there is no tramp of military boots to entertain the visiting statesmen. There is no effort to affright mm .vith display of mobile cannon or of facility for mass piuiliiLuon of aerial bombers. In This Land ol Our--. This America ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1940

Thursday January 11 1940 YELLOW JACKET Page 3 . TEXAS Jackets Rams Only Winners Continued Tests Prime T C Teams Last week was a disastrous one for Texas conference quintets with Howard Payne and Texas Wesleyan alone winning games. The various conference schools will meet non-conference foes this week In preparation for the coin- ing conference race. The Jackets' one victory was scored over the North Texas State Teachers cagcrs In the second game of their series. The Teach- ers won the first game 32-22 and the Jackets edged out the Eagles 30-29 In the final contest. Howard Payne also dropped two games to the strong Sam Houston five at Huntsvllle the Bearcats winning 52-35 52-30. HPC will tackle Its ancient rivals the Hardln-Slm-mons Cowboys Friday night at Abilene. Coach Gus Miller's TWC Hams won their third straight game of the season taking the Decatur Baptist College Indians 52-39. The Rams will get a severe test Wednesday night against the Bearcats of Sam Houston In Fort Worth. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 January 1940

Pape 1 YELLOW JACKET Thursday January 1.1 1940 Dial Ligh By JOE FIELDER 1940 Is here nn.l with it came thu cVnncc to coirect nil tho mi.s- takes mndc In 1039. o-i . ond thought thoie won't bo vtimigh time to correct all of Hum but the Piper did make one resolution for t'ie new year. That' Is to ntiiher make nor break any New Yeat's it-solutions. That oiirIiI to be easy to keep. In looking over the p.ot year the I'lper realizes that ladio has played a pretty big part In the lives of eveiyone. In the realm of fine ntts business i-iteitnln-ment politics and In other nu- merous fields tndlo has had a pait. In 11)40 these fields will continue to feel the lnuuence of radio on perhaps a In ger scale especially politics. K'utlon year 8 heic and speeches will be made but with a radio osii can always stop listening to a politician with- out insulting nnyone. 1940 brought about some changes in the tudlo proiams For those who have I'.nyot . the time of some of the fiver' nio- gtams and for thos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 January 1940

JACKETS TAKE TWIN-BILL OPENERS FROM AUSTIN COLLEGE SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 25 1940 No. 14 Premonitions By ROY FOX Back Into the Journalistic) groove which has intermittently been dis- rupted by Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays and mid-year examinations the Yellow Jacket this week "began" to settle down to a steady grind of approximately four and a half months during which a paper will be published each week with the exception of the week during mid-semester ex- aminations when staff members once more will be destined to go into seclusion In an effort to make up that back work which shall accumulate during the com- ing nine weeks. With all the activities which loom before ua on the spring-term horizon the rest of the year should prove Just as interesting as the one which has Just passed Into the shadowy 1939. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 January 1940

Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Page 2 Thursday January 25 1140 -B On the Level Dr. Edwin Hardin Southerland of Indiana University speaking at the American Sociological Society meeting in Philadelphia several weeks ago summed up the problem of crime and youth quite neatly by saying "Poverty is not the cause of crime but simply determines its nature." Dr- Poverty Determines Nature of Crime; Is Not Cause tion with other malefactors already in the field. The learned professor of sociology proved his point by citing the criminal careers of "white-collared" criminals the "robberlbarons" of the nineteenth century and the Kreugers Staviskys In- sulls Whitneys Coster-Musicas of the twentieth century. He contended that there exists a greater welter of less spectacular white-collar rascality short weights in stores commercial bribery willful violations of food and drug laws thefts and embezzlements by clerks and accountants stock frauds political chicanery of all sorts and so on ad finitum. The ...

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