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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 January 1940

Thursday January 25 1940 YELLOW JACKET PfZ JACKETS MEET HOUSE OF DAVID SATURDAY Toppled Pros by YELLOW JACKET SPORTS Out me 55-51 Last Year ol. XXVI. Hrownwood Texas Thursday January 25 1JM0 No. 11 f3 i Game Set at DBC Gymnasium at 8 By "BLACKIE" SHERROD" When the House of Duvld bas- ketball team appeals against the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets Saturday night students and lo- cal fans will have an opportunity to see one of the world's most col- orful cage quintets in action. The bearded beauties play throughout the United States Canada and Mexico meeting tho leading amateur soml-profosaion-al and professional clubs. They play more than 200 games every year and their record for the past five years is 1072 games played 087 won und 85 lost. This is u remarkable tecord for any team and the more remaikablc because every game is played on the op- ponent's floor. The bcwhiskeied boys' line-up is studded with stars. First in line is bald BUI Stelneckc veteran who is enjoying his tenth year w...

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 — 25 January 1940

Pag 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday January 26 1940 Dial Lights By JOE FIELDER As your correspondent wanders hither thither and yon about the campus as the new acmcotcr opens he sees waves of old faces sprinkled with a few new faces (figuratively speaking) and as he sees It that adds color to our fair group. To these new students the Piper would like to say Hi-ya and welcome to our campus. Since not too much has hap- pened in 1040 as yet people are still reminiscing the all-important year 1039. The Piper will too "rcminis." The all-star band picked by the musicians of the country for 1030 arc as follows: Toots Mondello lead box; Eddie Miller hot tenor sax; Benny Good- man clarinet; Tony Pastor fourth sax; Jimmy Dorscy hot alto; Charlie Splvak lead trumpet; Har- ry James hot trumpet and also best all around trumpet; Tommy Dorsey sweet trombone; Jack Teagardcn hot trombone; Jess Stacey piano; Carmen Mastrcn guitar; Bob Haggait bass; Gene Krupa drums; Blng Crosby male singer; Ella Fitzgerald ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 February 1940

FINAL CONCERT SET FOR MONDAY NIGHT YE OF HOWARD Vol. XXVI. HOWARD PAYNE'S AIR TRAINING COURSE STUDENTS fTw"Tfr!!s' mVhfim-' 1'- fr- 11. -Wj. feUfcfttl.. IIowuul la:u st attnta mo .ifo taking pait in the CUil Acio nnutlcs Authority's student pilot training program and then in- structors as shown aboc. From left to ilglit fiont rovv they me C. C. Koisey night instructor and head of the Kerhiy Flying Premonitions Uy ROY FOX With fill due respect and ad- vance apologies to Dale (Jainegie eminent author .inn accepted au- thority on porsotuilitj .ind such ue would like to oiu' coalr.idH'- tory opinions. As you ma oi may not know ihc author ol How To Win Fi lends and Inlluence People U .scheduled to lectuie in this Central Jc.a.s city next March 1. On various uccasions time and time again we h.uc enthusiasti- cally cncouiaged more perform- ances ending tow aid the higher cultural level uy noted uuthoirlies lei oners and attics to increase civic activities in Bio.uiwood Now in so man uoidh ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 February 1940

Page 2 Thursday February 1 1940 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page E1 About 5000000 young men and women between the ages of 10 and 2.") who have completed all the schooling they in- tend to take are Manning help wanted columns sitting around employment offices lounging in corner drug stores or just lying around home. All of them would be glad to Rebuilding of Faith Needed As Youth Find No Jobs available jobs. The 10000000 joting folks in this age elui-s who are employed are not entirely happy. According to a recent survey conducted by the American Youth Commission about -l.'J per cent have the feeling they're in dead-end jobs. They feel they have neither sicurity nor much chance for promotion. The figures are depressing enough. But what is even more gloomy is the attitude of young people reflected in a Y. M. C. A. sample poll. In New York City alone HO per cent of all persons between the ages of In and I? 1 are no longer sold on the old American idea that ability is enough to insure succe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 February 1940

YELLOW JACKET Pff3 JACKETS SEEK TO AVENGE CONFERENCE LOSS Thursday February 1 1940 CAUGHT IN WHISKKKR Jackets Blast Fugitives From "Barber College" By "BLACKIE" SHERROD Jacket Sports Editor It WU3 circua day nil over again last Satuiday night at the Memo- rial Hall when the Howard l'ayne Yellow Jackets won a cllcuriicd (50-56 victory over the lamed hoarded quintet billed as the House of David. Abounding In color thrills and fun the contest was one of the must enteitalnmg seen In this town in many a moon. Aside fiom the many amies por- ioimcd by the Davids the Jackets put on a little show of their own. 'Ihclr exhibition featured one-hand shots of Holand (Slim) Waricn an able pel former himself. War- l en's role included the smiting of nine goals and two iieo tosses for a grand total of 120 points. War- ren's paitnor in enme Kusty Smith totaled 13 tallies to cuptuio second place honois for the Koa- lonmen. 'I he Jackets scored early count- ers to talec an early 10-2 load. Clyde i Slim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 February 1940

Thursduy February 1 1940 i'ug 4 YELLOW JACKET Flashes and wi.A ii.. . - niacin. "Tito Hunchback of Notre Dame' stalling Chiulcs Ltiughton us the giotesqiie Quasimodo hits the local acreen during the week-end while Suiuiny Kaye atiHWeiH At tie Shaw's cracks and quips on the popular music business as u whole and bund leaders In paitleulur. Dial Flashes Kaye vs. Shaw: Not long ago Artie Shaw mad some very pessimistic remaiks In print about the band business and the band leaders. These have been piomptly answeied by another of the more popular band leaders Sammy Kaye. Attic said that al- most anyone can lead the bands of today catch-phrases aie mote important than the music that tho band plays anyone can become a band leader wlih the financiul backing good playeis and a good press agcut and th.it tadlo had caused the fi antic lights to get the whu hotel spots mo:o than anything else. In answer to these statements Sammy Kayo said that dining the perfonnance anyone who could keep time to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 February 1940

Hundreds Expected For Gym Dedication Features Event Jackets To Meet Abilene Cowboys Howard Payne officials aie an- ticipating an enthusiastic ciowd of more than 1500 ex-students and ft lends ut the 1030-40 col- lege homecoming that will open offlciallly at 0 o'clock Saturday morning Feb. 17 In the new 60- 000 physical education building. The advance guard of ex-students who airlvc in Biownwood Filday night will enjoy a variety show to be presented by the How- urd Payne Yellow Jacket band un- der the dliectlon of V. R. Parker. Registration of the honiecomers will begin Saturday morning at 0 o'clock in the physical education building with Thomas H. Taylor college president in chaige. While the crowd is assembling In the gymnasium the Yellow Jacket band will present a musical con- ceit. Ed Belvln will give the in- vocation. W. H. White pastor of the Oklahoma City First Baptist chinch will deliver the main ad- dress of the dedication program that will be bioadcast over station WBAP of F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 February 1940

Page 2 Thursday February 8 1940 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page llOnth SS EDITOR b e Level manaHnaHMMiiflM TORIAL COMMENT The Yellow .Jacket since its beginning yours ago bus boon your "official" weekly college publication. Through these yours members of the stuff have labored unselfishly to pre- sent each week an unbiased survey of the activities con- cerning Howard Payne college mixed to proper and conven- tional proportions with added bits of editorial spice column and viewpoint the latter limited to a curtain extent by con- servatism and to offer local merchants a worthwhile adver tising medium. The paper The Yellow Jacket Is Your Official Weekly College Publication as has been said before is the official weekly college publication. A certain por- tion of students' blanket taxes is placed in the Yellow Jacket fund. Local merchants who believe in Howard Payne and in the worth of Jacket advertising supplement this fund to make the paper an independent and profitable department of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 February 1940

Thursday February 8 1940 YELLOW JACKET Pags JACKETS MEET TEXAS WESLEYAN RAMS FRIDAY - YELLOW JACKET Vol. XXVI. DBC TWC Have Unmarred Slates Spotlight Focused On Ft. Worth Game With mid-term exams over at ull the competence schools the Texas citcuit has u busy schedule of eight games this week. The high-trying Wildcats of Abilene Christian uic still in possession of first place. Daniel Baker and Texas Wesleyan also have clean slates. Miller's boys have only played tlvitics ccnteis upon Fort Worth Friday night when the TWC Hams play hosts to Howard Payne now in fourth place with four wins against one loss. This game will have a sttong iuilucuce on the outcome of the league race. The Jackets have tiiumphs over Mc- Muiry Austin college and South- western while the Hams weie vic- tots in their only conlerunce game of the season over Trinity 49-29. Gus Millet's boys were top-heavy favorites to win last night's tilt with Austin College in Fott Worth. Daniel Baker has two victoiies over Aus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 February 1940

I'uge 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday February 8 1940 Flashes and Flickers Thi. ut; la ihn last week tor tndlo star and favotlte radio program Polls close a week from today Gtcta Gaibo laughs In "Nlnotchka" at Lyilc next week with Melvyn Douglas In a lilting tnlc of Moscow and Parte. Dial Flashes WHOSE YOUR FAVORITE? In the last Issue of the Yellow Jacket (II you lead this column) u contest was stalled to find tho favorite tadlo star and favorite radio progi am of the campus. Eveiy year a well known publi- cation conducts n poll of this sort and your opinions on this subject are Important to them. The le- sults of this poll will be sent to this publication in a special letter from the radio editor. THE HIT- PARADE A program that has been a fa- vorite for two ot three ycais or longer Is the Lucky Stilke Hit Patade. This progjam selects the ten top tanking tunes of the na- tion for the week and ranks them accordingly. The top ten are. as follows: (1) Caiclcss (2) All The Things You Aic (3) I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1940

HUNDREDS HERE FOR 49TH ANNUAL HOMECOMING YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR Vol. XXVI. imOWNWOOI) TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1910 No. 17 x: i j-&tiifs-!s XsS Improved Campus For Homecomers As Howard Payno college ex- students wander and reminiscence a bit today about the campus they will find many chunges and Im- provements made on the buildings which are so familiar to them. Probably the most Improved building on the campus is the Science Hall where some $10000 improvements have been made. The Improvements include the ad- dition of more than $5000 worth of valuable and necessary equip- ment. On visiting the hall exes will notice that the whole building has been completely icnovated. On the first floor the main lcctuie room has been ic-seated and new blackboards have been consttucled and placed. The museum has been removed fiom the thiid floor to the first and placed in glass front ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1940

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Saturday February 17 1940 -B On the Leve EDITORIAL COMMENT Welcome Ex-Students To Howard Payne; May Have a Good Time Looking Ahead Toward Golden Anniversary 50 Years of Service Howard Payne col- lege is now in its fiftieth year. In a few more months it will have completed a half century of educational service to youth of the Southwest. The second homecoming to be held by the Baptist institution this year memorializing completion of fifty years will be the Golden Anniversary. Plans should bo started now. Students ex-students and friends .should begin now to spread the goodwill of Howard Payne and point toward the Golden Anniversary celebration. When homecoming rolls around next fall the celebration should by all means be the greatest in all Southern Baptist and Howard Payne history. Next year when you ex-students and friends come to homecoming bring along a prospective student. Surely that should not be hard to do. Make it advance homecoming for se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1940

Saturday February 17 1940 : Iahww JAWMii WEST TEXAS CLASSIC RIVALS TO MEET Spring Training To Begin March 1 Movies bridge dominoes and loafing in general will be a thing of the past at the Barn around March 1. Weather permitting the Yellow Jackets will start spring training on that date. Coach McAdoo Keaton will send his charges through a month of piactice in preparation for the 1910 football season. Bob Dcndy Joe Hcxt Felix Susan Orvlllc Etheridge Joe Westcrficld James Minor and Waymon Wilson lost through graduation will leave va- cant places to be filled in the Jacket line-up. New men who will report for piactice include: Jlmmlc Alexan- der Waco; Jack Mussoy Weslaco; Jack Pool Fort Worth; Max Carlton Hamlin; Howaid Swan Rotan; Lacy Burleson Llttlcficld; Gene Darter Victoria and Jim Potts Floresvllle. Trinity Tigers Trap Keatonmen Howard Payne's Yellow Jackets suffered their third loss in con- ference competition Monday night at the hands of the Trinity Tigers losing to the Waxahac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 February 1940

Page 6 YELLOW JACKET Saturday February 17 1940 ' jisssssr vv DWsY W fflTW - . .iZrt m The Migrator is a new paradise shoe in Allegator combined with elastisized faille. This shoe may be had in Paris Blue or in Beige. Price is only $0.50 Bettis & Gibbs Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes Students Enjoy College Social The Howard Payne Baptist Stu- dent Union was host at an all- college social Thursday evening In the basebent of the First Bap- tist church. Marie Hogan was mistiesa of ceremonies for the occasion and she kept the "ball lolling" for the evening's fun activities. The paity was begun with ae- cordlan music by A. V. Bradley after which Lattimoie Ewing led in a "get acquainted" game. Dean Z. T. Huff was the first to finish as was manifested by his loud laughing over a picture he had drawn of himself. The different Training Unions of the college dcpaitment pre- sented stunts. The program closed with a sing- song led by A. V. Bradley and Mclvin Hatheal. Refreshments...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 February 1940

V HPC Dining Hall Students Consume Staggering Amount of Food By JOYCE WHEELER Jacket Feature Editor Apparently the most delicate morsel of food can be multiplied by similar morsels of food until the result Is a truly staggeilng bulk. No doubt It would be an amusing and enlightening exper- ience for some interested colleg- iate to Investigate the quantity (and incidentally judge the qual- ity) of the food consumed every year at Howard Payne Dining Hall. If someone were to feel In- clined to satisfy such a snooping curiosity he might be rewarded with a few of the following amaz- ing facts. OF Vol. XXVI. Junior Class Thespians Present Play Friday Night Premonitions By ROY FOX All's well that ends well and the homecoming activities certain- ly did end well with that 69-30 victory over the Haidln-Slmmons Shccphcrdcis Saturday night. Not only the end but the entire day of activities was rated as a foui-star fcatuie from regis- tration to the basketball i1"10- Most outstanding however was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 February 1940

Page 2 Thursday February 22 1940 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page G Qjfl tnG LgVGI American youth of today especially American youth in Texas is. in our humble estimation a very level-headed and conservnthe bunch progress in: toward an era that might cause upon maturity a distinct revival in national thinking. Wo point with pride especially toward the youth of Texas Revival of Religion And Conservatism Fostered by Youth up" kids of Texas but rather is distributed proportionally over the entire nation the effect of which is spreading to the youth of other nations at least to those countries in which the youth is allowed to think. What is this movement which cannot be seen but which can be felt and may be realized? It is based upon two fac- tors each of which probably is more or less dependent upon the other. 1. a humble youth should like to take two words religion and conservatism place a bracket around them ami in front of the bracket place two additional words revival of. the result be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 February 1940

YELLOW JACKET Pftf3 TWO HOME GAMES FEATURE JACKET CAGE PROGRAM Meet TWC Rams yPN QW JACKET SPORTS eatonmen fflCe Meats In Game Here Samrdau snzm Here Tonight; jlevenge Is Sought Thursday February 22 1940 V m Methodists Lead Conference Race Satin day night In the new gym- nasium Howard Payne and Texas VVesleyan will continue the rivalry that hus been one of the highlights of the conference annually. The tilt will be the second meeting of the two schools this season. The Methodists undefeated in n hulf dozen loop skirmishes at present overcame a first half Jacket lead to emerge the vlctois of a 46-31 clash at Foit Woith two weeks ago. To date the Hams with six wins and no losses are tied with Abi- lene Christian for the league lead; TWC needs lour more victories in Its remaining six games to gain a place in the Texas conference playoff with ACC. Although Hazen Waid is the only Ham listed In the loop's high scorers the Fort Worth team is composed of players equally dan- gerous as scori...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 February 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday February 22 1940 HPC Ranks With the Best Says Rev. W. R. White Pastor Praises Baptist College Homecoming Address Broadcast Saturday Stt easing the fuel that education In the highest sense Is the Intel- ligent giowth In which the whole personality experiences symmetri- cal development W. R. White pastor of the First Baptist church of Oklahoma City and piinclpal speaker for the dedicatory broad- cast at the Howatd Payne home- coming Satuiday morning point- ed out that with that definition Howaid Payne tanks with the best. The Oklahoma pastor and mem- ber of the 1017 giaduating class of this Baptist institution in his initial wouls gave thanks lor the privilege of being spcakei of his old school on the occasion in which they weie eelebiating achievement of spirit as well as material reali- zation. Dr. White pointed out that an epoch In a movement for- ward had been 1 cached with the completion of the $70000 physical education building and gymna- sium. Afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1940

YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1940 No. 19 Premonitions By ROY FOX Confucius say: You can satis- fy some of the people some of the time but you cannot satisfy all of the people all of the time. From that statement your premoni- tloner would be led to believe that at one time or another the emi- nent Chinese philosopher engaged In a bit of newspaper editing himself; for wo know of no other profession in which it is harder to satisfy all of the people all of the time. This Is the time of the year when a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love etc . . . but it also is the time of the year when wide-awake academic or class organizations could profit by planning some sort of entertain- ment. A siege of winter activi- ties basketball and other activi- ties are at an end and time will lag and students will loaf until the usual spri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1940

Huge 2 Wednesday February 28 1940 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page -1 Ofl th LCVBl You students after graduation will assume places of responsibility in scores of towns in Texas and in other states. No matter what business you are in your success the success of your job and the success of your community as a citizen will depend upon cooperation. The most common town ail Cooperation Will Be Essential To Your Success In Life form their own little groups. They make their own codes they speak their own language and they do not understand townsmen outside their own profession or trade. There is a certain amount of cooperation within these "cliques" but too often they engage in practices which only temporarily benefit themselves at the expense of '"outsiders." It is easy to think of all sorts of rackets which have been practiced during recent years. A man may belong to a union. He may have a trade or profession but he is primarily a citizen of some town. His first concern should be citizenshi...

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