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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1940

Wednesday February 28 1940 YELLOW JACKET Page 3 L. JACKETS MEET Fight for Third Place in Circuit Trinity Won First Game Waxahachie By BLACKIE SHERROD Jacket Sports Editor Hinging down the curtain on the basketball activities of How- ard Payne for the 1040 cage sea- son will be the tilt tonight between the Yellow Jackets who will be fighting for third place in the con- ference standings and the fust- breaking Tigers of Trinity Unl- t verslty defending loop chainplons. Coach McAdoo Keuton's quintet will go into the fray with a record of seven wins against four losses I in circuit competition. The Ben- gals have one victory over the Jackets to their credit; HPC dropped the first meeting of the two teams 47-30 some two weeks ago at Waxahachie. The Tigers coached by Skippe. Wilklns have a league record of seven victories and five defeats. Daniel Baker handed the Presby- teriuns a 56-47 loss Tuesday night. Trinity has one more conference game against Daniel Baker Fri- day night on the Tig...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Wednesday February 28 1940 Julius Caesar Started Something With His Extra Day Feb. 29th By JOYCE WHEELER Jacket Feature Editor Ultta modern ns thu Idea of leap year anil the traditions that ac- company It may seem Its origin dates back Into the annals of Ro- man history dining the reign of Julius Caesur. The emperor It seems commissioned a group of his astionomers to work out a practical calendar. The ancient stnr-gazets concocted a little scheme whereby the solar year would contain 3G0 days and 0 houts. Over a pcilod of four yeais the extia hours natuially added up to an extra day and just like that leap year with its 307 days was born. Indebted ns the world undoubt- edly Is to the Romans for a cal- endar that can be counted and thumbed with case wc coeds owe a special debt of giatltude to the Scotch for adding a spicy tiatll- tion or so to leap year. Theic Flashes and Flickers Pot O' Gold has become the scnsatlon-progiam of the air-lanes but Uncle Sam may call...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 March 1940

J acket Track Team In Opening Competition Fri. 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 MARCH 7 1940 No.-20 1 life Trt$??2wm ( IN ADMINISTRATION BUILDING Relations Club Presents Lecturer Tonight flt 7:30 One of the most entertaining and cductlonnl piogrums of the Bchool-ycar is planned tonight by the campus Intel national Rela- tions club when It will present Miss Louise Jordan traveler teacher and geologist In a lectin c In the udmlnlstuitlon building at 7:30 o'clock. According to Henry Huffman president of the college otganlza- tion the lectin o will be free to club members all students and the geneial public who wl-m to attend. Miss Jot dan will discuss the Turkey of today in her talk on the campus tonight. Because of her knowledge of the country of Turkey that was gained by her stay theie for moic than three yeais the lecture by Miss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 March 1940

Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Page 2 Thursday March 7 1940 Candid Campus Cracks Thoughts While Thinking evel liUn the L When the grns.s on tin' campus wakes up this spring it will bump its head on a tough hard-packed crust which has been padded out by hurrying feet of student1. Trails have been cut at many angles across the lawns. Iiald spots around the edges of sidewalks are not the dominant factors in the drive to stop lawn jay-walking however. The most objec To Walk on Lawn or To Have Beautiful Campus Question here for the students to be on but it is not here to cut trails through. One of the mot glaring and distasteful examples of saving a few steps by cutting across is evident on the lawn from the administration to the fine arts building. Ground workers are doing their utmost to beautify the Howard Payne campus and without thinking students are doing their utmost to destroy its beauty. It may be no one's fault in particular if walks are so crowded that some one has to stop aside...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 March 1940

Thursday March 7 1940 IIjLVVT JAC&lil INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Chemists Deers Win In Openers Twin Bill Set For Tonight By BLACKIE SHERROD Jacket Sports Editor Intramural activities under the direction of Clovia (Bull) Fletcher got off to a flying start Tuesday night when four of the nine com- peting quintets in the intra-class league Inaugurated loop play in the new gymnasium. The Science Hall cagers won a 23-5 verdict over the Booker Street Wizards in the first encounter of the night and the Antelopes scored a 24-14 victory (we wuz robbed) over the Vitamin Dees the goalless wonders. The tournament is open to all students except varsity basketball lettermen; each team must have a non-playing manager and may have a roster of fifteen men. Members of the teams may not change clubs once they have been signed up; players may not re- enter the league but once and then only with the team with which they originally played. The man- ngeis may add new men from time to time as long...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 7 March 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday March 7 1940 Dolly Robnett's Youthful Picture By JOYCE WHEELER Jacket Feature Editor Hanging in the guest bedroom at Howard Payne Hull Is a pic- ture of a veiy winsome young womiin. In the light otncr Is the following Inset Iptlon: Dolly Pow- ell Robnett Wife of the founder of Hownrd Payne College (at the uge of 17). The picture was given last week to the gills of Howard Payne Hall by Professor I Yantls Robnett grandson of Dolly Powell Robnett. Alary Lewis Powell was born In Mlssouil In 1885. When she was only a small child her father adopted the iemaikably expressive nickname of Dolly for his petite daughter because of hci rescmb- lance to a beautiful doll. The udoptlon was a permanent and universal one; henceforth she was known as Dolly Powell. While she was still a young child her father died and her mother re- mat tied. Her foster father was very eager for her to attend Flashes and Flickers Dick Powell one of tadlo's best liked actots and singets Is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 March 1940

Sweetheart Act of Howard Payne "Opery" to Preview 1940 Lasso Students of the college will be given a preview of the 1910 Lasso college yearbook In the Sweet- heart act of the Howard Payne "Opery" that will be produced by the campus choir In the Minis au- ditorium Tuesday night April 2. Charles Russell Boud director of the choir's musical show an- nounced that the college favorites who will bo predominant in this year's Lasso will be featured In the closing part of the "Opery". In an elaborate presentation scene Charles Day editor of the 1040 yearbook will Introduce the four girls who wete elected by the associated students of Howard Payne. Names of these girls have been kept secret since the election last fall. "It should be a big surprise as well as a sttong hint toward the coining Lasso that is to be one of the best ever produced on the campus heie" stated Mr. Boud In lefercnce to the piesentatlon scene. Also taking active part In the choir production that will be staged in April ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 March 1940

Pag 2 Thursday March 14 1940 Candid Campus Cracks Thoughts While Thinking evel Yellow Jacket Editorial Page UUn the L EDITORIAL COMMENT People study for sill sorts of reasons and it scums to us that some of the poorest we can think of are grades honor roll mention sehohuhip society memberships and graduation honors. Now don't get us wrong; wo believe in such things. We have respect lor people Why Do You Study- For Recognition or Because of Desires Leaves a Lonesome Place Against The Sky Edwin Markham w ho make them ; without our intending it in the least your rating auto- matically iroos UK one-half notch when we tind our grades entitle you to something of the sort. I Jul please don't tell us these are what you are working toward. And please don't inform us naively that your changing our major or minor or avoiding an elective you'd really like to have or boi rowing a last year's 'A" note- book or .searching the catalogue for that mythical course known as a "snap" all to guard your p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 March 1940

YELLOW JACKET Page 3 Jacket Trackmen Enter Stock Show Meet At Ft. Worth Thursday March 14 1940 Ten or Twelve To Make Trip HPC Was Third At Meet Last Year Some ten or twelve track and field men with Conches Cap Shel- ton and Clovls Fletcher will jour- ney to Fort Worth Friday to par- ticipate in the annual Southwest- ern Exposition and Fat Stock Show Athletic Carnival Saturday. Tho Yellow Jacket cinder pounders will compete in the col- lege division against North Texus East Texas and Southwest Texas Teachers Colleges and other fam- ed track squads of the South. There will be 14 contests in each of the five collegiate and schol- astic divisions univeisity college Junior college prep school and high school. Some 1200 youths ate expected to perform Friday and Saturday at the new Farring- ton Field. HPC finished third last year in the college division behind North Texas und East Texas. North Texas is back with nnothcr strong squad this season led by the Hide- out twins Blaine and Wayne. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 14 March 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday March 14 1940 f gt 1 J A"U II ; N? - AF.vvr CAMPUS CALL FOR Rush to classes . . . dash out for coke... stamp down the ita dium . . . teadance in the gym I 'round right they'll be worn school. BETTIS & 206-8 Center Avenue vV - Ar.fe? sa s- i.0.aojJsa h- "3 a -m. fl-"T Flashes and Flickers Students in dramatics to present radio dramulogue over WBAP Satiuday morning . . . Fox to bo intei viewed concerning HPC over KGKO on Campus Itepoitor p:oginm. HIT Players to piesent "When Whirlwind Blows" in Abilene Saturday at one-act play festival. Dial Flashes Radio Drama Turning from the regular style of musical program the thirty min- ute broadcast Saturday morning will feature fctudents of the HIT. dramatic club in the dramatic playlet Nocturne written for ra- dio by Leota Houlse Black. The program will be broadcast from 9:00 to 0:30 over station WBAI' on the regular educational broad- casts. Nocturne is a dramatic play de- picting the horrors of war in a poi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 March 1940

YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR Vol. XXVI. BROWNWOOI) TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 21 1910 No. 22 VZ&'SmVK&JAS HPC CAMPUS PEUSONALITY Sherrod Is Journalist Bandster and Boyfriend To Hay Unit Forrest (Blackle) Sherrotl la one of the moat out- standing ini'inbcrs of the Vitamin D Club alone qualifies him for the honor of being a campus peison- ality but Blackle has achieved prominence along muny other lines so let's take u peep. Forrest is the one and only pride and joy heir nppaient to the tht one of the Marvin Shot roil throne. A native of Boll county ever since November 0 1919 this dark eyed swain collected quite a few swcateis fioin the athletic de- partment of Belton High school wheie he leccived his secondary education while earning lettcis in every one of the school's major spoils. Not contented lo limit his achievement tu Uiu athletic field Elackle rated high scholastlcally finis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 March 1940

Thursday March 21 1940 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page -B Much Thought Should Be Given To Campus Elections In Spring Don't Mar Magazines; Others Besides You May Want To Read On the Leve EDITORIAL COMMENT In tin1 spring a young man's I'aiuy and jrirl's too. turn to thoughts "I campus elections or should. Campus elections are not to be taken lightly. They are the means by which enrollees of Howard Payne are allowed a limited amount of student govd-iun-nt. i too often the .spring elections even on the Howard Payne cam- I hi- become popularity con- tests. Win n the judgment of students at election time become prone to let popu larity become a deciding factor !' a decision it is then that our student goennuen becomes not only limited but tainted. It is limited in the respect that sometimes popular students would not be capable officers and tainted in the respect that such officers would not represent the true desires of the asso- ciated students who select them. Seriously in fact mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 March 1940

Thursday March 21 1840 . XJKIOjVW JAUIkfiT p . PETE OWENS SETS NEW RECORD AT STOCK SHOW MEET YELLOW JACKET YELLOW JACKET SPORTS Vol. XXVI. n With El Looking over the results of the Stock Show meet we find that Pete Owens was one of two entiles In the college division to win two events . . . Woodrow Isham of San Marcos Teachers copped the Bhot put and discus . . . Efaw of Oklahoma A&M wag the only trackstcr In the unlvetslty section to place fhst twice . . . Pete was forced to run against the wind in the high hurdles finals or no doubt ho Would have set a new inatk in the higher barriers also . . . The low hurdle rocotd that Owens lowcied was tJKiyln' 1'ieuuie Wolcott of Kieo was lieaid to picd.et a gieat lu- ture ioi tiie inieu liivuis Hush JKiyln' 1'ieuuie Wolcott of Hlce was lieaid to pi edict a gieat lu- ture ioi tne inieu Uivuis llusli buiuiuuy ... lis time some ol una stuic and nation y so-called Iiuck authontlcs weie noticing too. At the same time of the Cow- town meet bat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 March 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday March 21 1940 Flashes and Flickers Note: Your correspondent will be responsible for nothing that appeals l tills column at the next Issue of tills paper as the Fiosh uic writing it at that time. Pot O' Gold is being sued . . . Can Lana Turner hold Artie Shaw or viec-vcisa'.' . . Chillies I Jay it-ads poetry as Well as writes It. Double-feature piogiamii or no double-featuie program at theaters? Kldler sajs "no" . . . Ian Hunter is "niystoiy-inuu" of "Strange Cargo" a pictuiu with a purpose. Dial Flashes POT O' GOLD the "trouble- maker" program is being sued. A Mr. Cornelius C. Duniont of Al- bany New York Is slicing this progiam because he claims he answeied tho piogram'.s phone call but was not connected. He received the 5100 consolation ptize but what some people know Inula them so he wants moie. For some unknown reason the pro- gram und the said Mr Duniont weie not connected. One of the tiiles of the contest stated that if for any lenson the number c...

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

THIS IS YOUR FRESHMAN CLASS EDITION n YELLO PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR Vol. XXVI. Passing Parade By JODY GARRISON ANOTHER FRESHMAN DAY. Whee aint we got fun or do we? Well students the question Is "What do you think of it?" Or do you or can you? It really doesn't make any diffetence what you think for who cares if any? Once In every 11. P. student's life he Is a FRESHiEAN and that is his one and only chance to leally show himself up to otheis. But after all if you want to be that wny there's nothing we can do about it besides who wants to do anything about it? People who do things about things arc people who are things. All uppcrclass- men are things if that will give you any idea of how much you don't want to be a thing. After all tho students I'm not writing this as a moral lecture I hope. Everyone knowa that nn old maid will not chase every Tom Dick and Harry it she has a will of her own. So old maids and things why not have a will of your own? By the...

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

Page 2 Monday April 1 1940 Out ACKET 1 Thoughts While Thinking W1M ime Yellow Jacket Editorial Page r SH I JhJLL The paper which obtains a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which is (it to print will steadily increase Its influence. Andrew Carnegie. Hntored at the Postuffue at Brownwocd lVas as second class mall matter. RATT.S: Subscription one dollar per school cat. Charter nionibeis Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and foi Unwind Pjimic College. .Senior Baptist College at Btownwood Teus as a part of the student activity. Fit KS1I.1I N tiDITOltl M. STAFF dh (ltl!ln Ltliloi lsl) l.l M.in.iiiij: I ilitiii sinil I thiol s(( i.il I llllul lii'lijjitui- Pililiii II.kIio I diloi lll-ll I (lllill I e.ililli I'dlloi KHKSIIMAN M'SINKSS STA1T (ll lloWl I I (( III MllllllUI'l ASSISTANTS Ultk Gaine". P.it P.ttton CIRCULATION Mil 1I l..tUwod lliuold Austin .lad? McAneai l'l(i I'.ivli i ii I I mus M'ale Dedication In p.i-t u- i' h.i- been tin- policy to ...

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

I ; Monday April 1 1940 YELLOW JACKET Page 3 Cap Shelton Pitches Pennies To Win Over Z. T. Huff YELLOW JACKET Vol. XXVI. BARN BREVITIES The Dobber Coeds led by Gladys Hicks Eula Haskew Lena Vinson antl Annie Shelton gave a pretty exhibition ut the half-time Inter- lude of th eslaughtcr of the Up- pers Saturday night. They pranc- ed (you should have seen them) ovjr the green-matted field and made a charming U-P-P-E-R with the aid of the band led by Mc- Adoo Keaton. 'Twas nice that the coeds turn- ed in such a commendable per- formance. Strike that out and it wag the same old song 3rd stanza in the Prcsliman-Upper battle for supremacy. And the Freshmen sang the song to their own tune again 42-6. The only way that Saturday's defeat differed from those in the past was that it was the worse de- feat on the record and the Uppers had a weight advantage of 30 pounds to the man. Paradoxically the Uppers start- ed the scoring parade that led to their humiliating downfall. Hull- ick Garland Te...

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

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Monday April 1 1940 On the Level Note: Please do not give Joe Fielder any credit for anything that appeal a in this column. If you have any compliments send them dl- lectlj to me. hut If titer " aio any complaints send them to the editor. Hello Mr. and Mrs. Howard Payne and all trig students lost In the fog. This Is your Fieshmnn indio and movie critic blinking you Hashes and flickers lrom the fat cornets of the eatth. I ain't got no sense hut I've got enough sense to put down here In this news column a lota intotestlng written matter about these mostesl impoilant people around Howatd Payne campus. On the second Tuesday night of cery week the two glamor boys fiotn the lllh Centuty Skunk Studios Hev. Udell "Shoot" Smith and Hev. Leo "Lovctn and Lea vein" Arnvtiong appeal on a radio ptogiiim adertising the Sine Klre Ded-Bug Bumper Offer. Last week the comedy on the piogiam fas ptc- scntul In a skit entitled "Who Stole the Ued Sptings" or "Slats ate Houghein the Co...

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

YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 11 19 JO No. 21 RMh8k Premonitions By ROY FOX WERE YOU THERE Lnst Week Churlos Russell Boud who has Inci eased not only lnteie.st but activities and versatility of music on the UPC campus presented what many tunned the greatest show of its kind at his institution. In short it was Interesting beau- tiful to the eye as well as the ear- and It was vat led enough to hold the Intel est of eveiyone dur- ing Its entile length. Mollis of work were saciiflecd by Mi Boud and his loyal workcis. The show was lauded by all Including the producer as a great success Ev- ery cent of the money went back to the school for robes for the choral organization. However loy- alty to a certain cxU'iit stopped with the peisonalltles of the show most of whom incidentally pur- chased their own tickets. In brief the crowd was lousy foi such...

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

Thursday April 11 1940 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page M Of! the Level Kandid Campus Cracks Thoughts While Thinking EDITORIAL COMMENT Vh:t kind of student will ymi vote for when election tinu' rolls around V Will you vote for Turn because of his popular- ity will you vote for Dick became he is the boy friend of your roommate or will you vote for Harry ln-causi- he Is the most qualified for the office. There is only a limited amount ol student oil ices lo e filled by student- qualified for the office who will be vour best possible leaders during next year which in Select Officers on Qualifications Not On Personalities! itself will be one of the greatest years in the history of How- ard Payne collet the only coeducation Baptist college in the state of Texas. Next year the Brownwood Baptist institution will cele- brate its Golden Anniversary upon completion of fifty years of educational and religious service to Central West Texas and the great Southwest. Capable efficient and inter...

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