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

YELLOW JACKET Page 3 JACKETS SET FOR SOUTHWESTERN RELAYS SATURDAY Thursday April 11 1940 Several States Are Expected Owens and Relay To Make Top Bid Kaclng an lion-man task of competing in two meets in one week the Yellow Jacket tiack squad will ttck to Kl Paso tomoi- tow to take pait in the South- westein Kelns to be held in that city Satin day. The meet will at- ti act teams of the Horder Con- ference and squads l'lom New Mexico At (zona and C'alilomia arc expected to attend. Pete Owens who has been iceog- nlzed of late as one of the nation's top-notch hurdlers will be out to live up to his newly acquired tepu- tation. Owens made the state's track authotities take notice last Satutday when he triumphed ovei moic-publlcized stais at the Texas Relays' high Inn dies event. Satutday will maik the soph- omoie star's third perfoimanee this week and his fotuth in eight days. Monday night he tan an exhibition lace with his team- mate Klrby Hallmaik. at the Oil Belt's annual meet held this...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 April 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday April 11 1940 A MAN TEACHER AND LEADER T. R. Havins Discusses Youth And Home Life By JAMES DAVIS Last Monday evening more thiin one hundred and fifty young peo- ple availed thotnselvc.s of the op- portunity to hear T. K. Havins head of the Hovvatd Payne De- partment of Social Sciences dis- cuss the problems of Modem Youth and Future Home Life. We heard a logical presentation of the things we should consider In preparing for and choosing a mate for life. We learned the Importance of religious attitudes economic stability the responsi- bilities of rearing and providing for the health and well-being of our children. The Importance of congeniality and a sense of humor In making harmony in the home bi ought smiles to the faces of the attentive audience. As we left the auditorium our minds were filled with many thoughts. Those who had not pre- viously heard Mr. Havins had become acquainted with an Intel -esting man. They knew why he was loved and respected by...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1940

YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. UIIOWNWOOI) TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 20 1910 No. 25 SYS HPC CAMPUS PERSONALITY Billy Ben David Soph Prexy Popular Leader You can credit the success of the day's festivities to the diligent efforts of the sophomore class. It's generally conceded that a class is only as good as its president so while complimenting the second year group for their splendid work toward promoting this Howard Payne Day we might as well toss n few veibal bouquets toward the big cog of the soph machinery Billy Ben David. Bill put In his apeparancc for the first time at Suttdia Texas the son of a Baptist preacher and a "dyed in the wool" Ilowaul Lpayne product. His grammar "iihooling was at the hand of the Royco City grammar school fac- ulty. The Davids migrated to Cle- burne just In time for Bill to begin his high schooling. In Cleburne junior high he mustered enough orato...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1940

Saturday April 20 1940 Pane 2 Yollow Jacket Editorial Page -II On th U6VI 1 It is a proven fact that thu best leaders of our country to- morrow will arise from the Christian youth of today. Institutions as Howard Payne college that teach the prin- ciples of Jesus Christ and mold the younjr people into greater manhood must be generously endowed with modern buildings Colleges Of Religion Look For Endowments To Insure Tomorrow in their valuable purpose. This maintain the denominational schools on the same ingn scnoi- astic level as the tax supported institutions. Howard Payne in its fiftieth year of service to the Chris- tian world is also in the midst of an expansion campaign. One building a $70000 physical education plant is near complete perfection. Other buildings are needed; they are necessitated. Surely Howard Payne is not without kind and interested hearts who will respond to the appeals of the expansion pro- gram and help make thu college an even greater Christian institution i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1940

Saturday April 20 1940 YELLOW JACKET ' " . Pay 3 JACKETS MEET A.&M. AND RICE AT BRYAN TUESDAY Wf H I KM ime iP" fig With Strutting tneir stuff to show ff&ct&f v TLA lust Thursday Cap Shelton'a track and field team tied Southwest State Teacheis of San Matcos hi a dual track meet held at Biownwood High School Stadium. Although being i datively weak in the field events the Howard Payne thinly elads more than made up for It In the track division. Once more paced by Pete Owens billllant htudler and dash man Howard Payne was able to hold the hustling teachers In points to 03-63. Even though there was a stiff wind blowing and the tiack was not as fast as it could be good time was made in all events. My pick for the peoples' choice lies with Levi (Hero) Payne who really turned in a dash in the field man's relay. New records are breaking all aiound us. A couple of real im- portance: Cornelius Warmcrdam I of the Olympic Club of California bettered the world's leeoid in the pole va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Saturday April 20 1940 Flashes and Flickers I Eighty -Seven Seniors Listed For Degrees Dial Flashes The most unique personality In Eutope today la the mystetlous unknown Gcinmn propagandist dubbed Lord Huw-Haw by the British. This unknown person speaks in the best Oxford ucccnt directing his broadcasts to the British telling them of ship disas- ters and trying in general to btcak the moral of the British alms In the war. His dally broadcasts are "must" programs to at least half of the nine million sets In England and to short vavc fans in the United States. Because of his bland British method of speaking because he never gels excited and shouts to attiact attention as some of the other Nazi leaders do his speeches ate much more effec- tive than those of his cohorts. He may be heard here at 3:15 every afternoon (except Sunday) over the Gel man short gave station DXB 9.1 megacycles. It's hard lo believe but the rcp- lesentativcs ot thirty-five women's clubs have b...

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

YELLOW JACKET BAND WILL FEATURE FINAL BROADCAST SATURDAY Howard Payne takes to the ali- tor the last time Saturday morn- ing from 9:45 until 10:15 again broadcasting from the Minis audi- torium. The program will be broadcast over Radio Station WBAP Fort Worth. The program for this broadcast will consist entirely of band num- bers under the direction of W. R. Parker with Charles Russell Boud doing the emceelng. Piogram will consist of five numbers as follows: Victory and Fame by Holmes; The Svcn Dufva Overture by Hedman; Mnich American Patrol by Meacham; In a Persian Market by Kctelbcy; and Fiesta by Eilckson. The last number Is to feature the saxo- phone trio of the band composed of Arvin Mosier 13111 Davis and Joe Roach This Is the final program on the soiles of broadcasts to be pre- sented this year from the college. As a summary of the broadcasts of the year the files reveal the first program was presented on October 28 with a featured addiess by President Thomas H. Taylor and a ...

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

Page 2 Thursday April 25 1940 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page -D Is Christianity a fire insurance policy or a way of life? The size of present-day conirrejrations and the size of the church rolls would cause one to think that Christianity is only something to keep people out of Hell and get them into Heaven. Most people believe in immortality and profess Christianity on that basis. However as we examine Chris Christianity a Fire Insurance Policy Or Way of Life? comes the master of his invironment. not its complacent victim. Empty pews and church attendance raise a question in the minds of preachers as well as non-Christians. What is the cause of this condition'.' Sherwood Eddy declares that "it is sodden indifference on the part of Christians." Air. Eddy is partly right in his declaration. However upon questioning students on the hill as to their objection to attending church we find several factors presented. First some say there are too many hypocrites in the church. Hut the church i...

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

Thursday April 25 1940 YELLOW JACKET " JACKETS Aggies Winners; Rice Is Second Mile-Relay Runs Another Good Race Oswaldo auarnero with two first place performances paced the Howard Payne Yellow Jacket thinly-clads in the triangular meet with Rice Institute and A&M Tuesday which found Coach Cap Shclton's ciew bucking a stiff wind and some of the fastest com- petition of the ycur on Kyle field at College Station. The Aggie squad emerged the victors with a total of 75 points. Howard Payne finished third with 41 behind Hice with 53. Guarncio took first places In the mile and two-mile runs with times of 4:34 and 10:38.3 respec- tively. Al Barcena freshman Speedster from El Paso finished some four yards ahead of Hall of Rice to cop the 440 in 50.1. Chaille Marshall won the remaining in- dividual first place for HPC with a 22.6 220-yard dash. Howard Payne's mile relay team continued to shine as one of the stute's fastest quartets with a vic- tory in that event. The team com- posed of Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 April 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday April L3 1940 Life Service Band Retreat To be Held Saturday Flashes and Flicker Rev. Cadwallader To Be Speaker i Annual Meeting To Begin at Sunrise Rev. C. S. Cadwallader pastor of Ihc East Dallas Baptist church will highlight the annual Life Service Band Retreat to be held at Lake Brownwood Saturday April 27. Rev. Cadwallader comes from one of the laiger churches of Dallas and Is a great spiritual leader es- pecially among the young people. He Is greatly loved by the young people of Dallas and his own church. He comes to Howard Payne Friday directly from Waco where he speaks today to the students at Baylor university. While here he is to speak at the chapel exer- cises tomonow morning address the ministerial council Friday af- ternoon and speak Friday night at the B. S. U. banquet. Friday morning at the chapel exercises he will speak on Christ the Secret of the Clnlstlan Strength. At the service with the ministerial group the discussion will be along t...

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

v YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2 1940 No. 27 Charles Marshall Elected Associated Student Prexy MHnaHV Premonition s By ROY FOX Congratulations are In order for But his lecent services have this year lust week won recognl- tion for Howard Payne college and for himself. James Muggins teacher at Eldorado last year was editor of Lasso which was named Saturday night at San Mm cos as the second best annual in the cluss A division of the Texas Intotcol- legiatc Ptess Association. Hug- gins' yearbook rated above an- nuals which cost as much as three times as much us that spent on the Lasso adding glory to the recog- nition. f While on the subject of year- books It will not be long now before another edition will be tlnd- ing autogiaphs farewells and love lettcis. Fiom all advance Infor- mation the book this year under the ditcctlon of Charles Day is d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 May 1940

Thursday May 2 1940 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page M On the Leve BjgS' EDITORIAL COMMENT In about three weeks eighty-odd Howard Payne college seniors equipped with a ten-dollar sheepskin and a deflated pocketbook will go out into the proverbial cold dark world to seek fame and fortune. To what extent these students Eighty-Odd Graduates Some To Be Successes Some To Be Failures and instructors for four year still depends almost entirely upon these individuals their qualifications initiative and abil- ity adjustability and sheer willpower to make good regard- less of obstacles. From among these eighty-odd students some of whom will be graduated with honors a few will realize great accom- plishments in specialized fields. On the other extreme a few will accomplish comparatively nothing and leave nothing nothing in the way of service to this world. Some of us will posses the desired and required qualities for advancement and leadership; others may be poor follow- ers and failures to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 May 1940

Thursday May 2 1940 YELLOW JACKET Pf e t I J3LD k2?j)w1 With This has been a "dead week" as far as active sports are concerned on the campus ... But behind the scenes there has been plenty of activity . . . Coaches Cap Shelton and CIovls Fletcher's track squad Is hard at work propping for the conference meet May 0 and 10 . . . Coach McAdoo Kcaton's cage men are engaged In the first spring basketball practice In the history of the school ... and shouts from the gym almost every night Indicate that the Intramural volleyball tournament is in full sway. Excerpts from other papers: Prospector Texas School of Mines "This boy Owens of Howard Payne is the very essence of poetry in motion wnen it comes to skimming over those high barriers. He looks like a combination of Spec Towns and Fred Wolcott. Look for him in the National Collcglatcs this summer ... the outstanding per- formance of the day was turned In by slender Pete Owens of How- ard Payne. He set new records In both the high and low...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 May 1940

Page 4 Thursday May 2 1940 YELLOW JACKET Flashes and Flicker Dial Flashes Radio has conducted Its anual poll to determine the Star of Stum In the different fields of radio. With something like one huniltou thousand votes east the stais of 1910 have been selected. For the second consecutive year Nelson Eddy was chosen as the Star of Stais in ladlo in other woids the King of Hadlo. Of the total number of votes cast Nelson Kddy polled 28.12 per cent of them In addition to winning the Star of Stars notch Nelson Kddy was also chosen as the best male sing- er of clusslcal songs. Other results of the Star of Stais section of the contest are 413 follows: Don Anicthc came from fifth to second place In one gear's time polling 17.5 per cent of all the votes cast; Blng Ciosby won third place polling YZ pet cunt; Jack Benny as fourth poll- ing 10.2 per cent The next six places were filled In thf following order: Edgar Bergen Alee IVm- pleton Jessica Diagonette Lann.v Ross Alice Frost and Don M N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1940

JACKET TRACK TEAM WILL DEFEND LOOP TITLE ON PAGE 3 SEE DETAILS YELLO ACKET PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVI. IlKOWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 9 1940 No. 28 Y40lMl W Premonition s By ROY FOX The prospect of writing our luat column of premonitions Is rather disappointing. Added to this Is the fuct that It must come lrom a sick bed makes It even more awk- ward for us to say that which we had planned to say in om farewell endeavor. rlt Is neccssaiy therefore that our first thoughts and thanks and your thanks go out to a select few for this edition of the paper In our absence. Although we do not know just who will bo responsible for this Issue we feel sure in most pait that it will be tho.se who have so unselfishly lended of their ef- foi ts thi oughout the year-- Black- ic Sheirod spoits editor and editor-elect for 1040-U; Al Hicks associate editor and Joe Bell managing editor. As we said before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1940

Page 2 Thursday May 9 1940 YHow Jacket Editorial Page M Of! th Li6Vl HfE' EDITORIAL COMMENT This editorial if it may be called such might be headed "pertinent paragraphs by one about to be graduated." For two years now we have been master of this column. It has been our pet so to speak of all the columns in the Yellow Jacket. Although our comment and policy have largely been Pertinent Paragraphs Or Facts Relative To Graduation Etc. campus. Signing the journalistic ".'()" to this column this week is rather difficult because in looking into the past we are in- clined to feel that we may not have accomplished all that election to this post indebted us to carry out. For years we pondered over the reason for calling gradu- ating exercises "commencement." We thought we had it figured out upon graduation from high school. However at this stage of life we come even more to realize that gradua- tion from college really is commencement ; commencement of life in a world of competition where th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1940

Thursday May 9 1940 YELLOW JACKET Paget NEW MARKS EXPECTED AT ABILENE MEET FRIDAY i ' HPC Michel Leads Softball Batters With one week of league play in the background official batting averages of the Brownwood soft- ball league listed Rowland Michel Howard Payne football star as the number one hitter of the cir- cuit with a top percentage of .750. The Howard Payne Junior who holds down third base for Lank- ford's Leathernecks was credited with three homo tuns In four of- ficial trips to the plate. This trio of four-base blows also gave Michel the top position In extra base hits. Four other Howard Payne stu- dents Spike Evans Frank Fisher and Willis Denman of Lankford and Garland Terrell of Wcakley- Watson are included In the list of th eighteen leading batters. Evans is in a tic for second tting position with a fast .500 p. Terrell is next with .400 llowed by Denman with .333. BARN BREVITIES Refreshments in the form of eating tobacco were served to two tables as the Bain Bridge club...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1940

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday May 9 1940 moMifli Ninety Ministers Will Attend Conference ft mm FOR GRADUATION -AND LONG AFTER Fot that breathless moment when you lecelve your diplo- ma the center of nil eyes unci then for the long per- fumed evenings of summer -our ".sweet girl giaduatc" di esses iito perfect. Kxqui- slte youthful styles at vcty youthful pi Ices. $6.95 to $16.95 Evening Shoes to Match KNOBLER'S Flashes and Flickers Dial Flashes Have you ever listened In envy to the fellow that tells you why a certain car is better than any other or why a eel tain brand of soap will help you to "win fi lends and Influence people" through the medium of radio? A fellow that uses about thiee or four minutes out of eaeii hour piogram speak- ing only a few hundred woids must have a solt life maybe you think. Well If getting up be- fore the milkman comes around and usually winking until the sta- tion closes at night is a soft job then they have It. We're not spcuklng of the big-named net- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 May 1940

COLLEGE SCHOOL YEAR IS REVIEWED BY THE YELLOW JACKET By LILLIE B. LANDUA In last week's issue of the Jacket the words "final "last" "completed" were used so much that It behooves us to look back over the doings of this last school year to levlew the whirlings about. There was that flist hectic week when we all decided that we couldn't get what we wanted when and alter we didn't we all came out with the worst schedule of anyone. Clubs wcie getting or- ganized along with such gtoups as the band and choir. Things ically began to straight- en out when class offlcuis were chosen with Thomus Lcvisay Clif- ton Tennlson Bill David and Tommy Samuels taking the leads. The Jacket Coeds were ready to begin marching with Mary Steak- ley and Sue English heading the group and the campus' thesplans wetc orgnnlzed with Lloyd Turner presiding. It was about this time that uimbllngs began that Howard Payne might get an nlr training course. Choj.en this week was Honald Vlbbert as hcud of the Press club ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 May 1940

Thursday May 16 1940 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page n On tllG I6VbI HJg' EDITORIAL COMMENT In ii very short time another large graduating class will leave Howard Payne to confront an unfriendly world. Few and far between are the jobs aailable. This year's seniors will hear the age-old story that there is no chance for youth. War-Weary World Has Dire Need of Youth In Modern Conditions haven't got a chance. This is a lot of baloney. There has never been a time in the history of the world when civilization has been so badly in need of new blood. War is threatening our country. Nations are fighting and starving. The United States is in grave danger of being drawn into the conflict. Millions are homeless; blood-thirsty dictators are loosing murder and fear on the people of tfurope. American youth of today is not dumb; youth realizes that it has a great job afore it in a world of hypocrisy shame hatred and ill-feeling. It sees a world more in need of toler- ance than taxes more in ne...

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