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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 March 1941

JACKET TRACK SQUAD FACES BUSY SCHEDULE SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 PATRONIZE YELLO ACKET GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY JACKET ADVERTISERS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 13 1941 No. 20 m m m mi" "' jojj.-f-r jxi At Random... With BLACKIE 8HERROD Winter used to be my favorite sea- son ... I used to like cold weather. But now I'm klnda looking forward to warm sunshiny days. Because warm sunshiny days are bull session days. And brother I love bull sessions. I may be wrong but I think a man can get a lot of education out of bull sessions. Between puffs of smoke eareiul chewing of grass blades and whittling the boys thresh out the troubles of the world In general. Newspapers suffered a severe blow when populailty of these gatherings Increased. Sometimes I wonder if the origin of bull sessions cannot be traced back to some college campus. I like these big sessions where fifteen...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 March 1941

Pa2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday March 13 1941 YELLO ACKET SIT N BULL The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which is fit to print will steadily Increase its influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Biovmwood Texas as second class mall mutter. HATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas Intercollegiate Pi ess Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF Blackie SnEnnoi) Editor John Bki.j.e Managing Editor Sports Editor Column Editor Social Editor Feature Editor Keligiou9 Editor Music Editor BUSINESS STAFF Pu i. Guili Business Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF Bobby Jean Cross Jack Hext Willie Florence Clifton Tennlson. Reginal Carraway Freddie Watson Anita Joy Smith Daphine Cox Stella Smith O. T. Smith Frances Levlsay Herman Bobbins John Belsey Billy Ben David and Joe Albertson. CIRCULATION John How...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 March 1941

YELLOW JACKET Pace 8 JACKETS ENTER FORT WORTH STOCK SHOW MEET Thursday March 13 1041 - uH fl ime Out WITH HOWARD HUGGINS Looks as if Mr. Owens has himself a rival already In the person of Roy Bucek of Texas A. & M. . . Bucek won the high school high hurdle state championship the year Pete took fourth place . . . and he won over the Three Rivers junior Friday night and witnesses say he was lead- ing Bucek by several yards at the finish of the barrier race at San An- tonio . . . 14.4 Is pretty nice time for such an early season meet . . . Be- ing the best of friends both agreed to "settle It at the Texas Relays" when they parted. Umsteadt of Texas University the favorite In the half mile was de- feated by Joe Beadles of Abilene Christian College. His time was with- in about one second of the Texas Conference record held by Waymon Wilson of Howard Payne. For the first time In the 10-year history of the Border Olympics North Texas failed to win the 880-yard relay . . . North Texas n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 March 1941

Page 4 John Howell's 0h e LIMELIGHT The newest tint! most up-to-date Hit Parade to conic to the notice of this desk is the 1941 European Hit Parade. Using slightly different sound Instruments most musicians the khaki clad are nevertheless giv- ing1 out with some hot stuff. The lead lug nine songs of the warring con- tinent appear in their order of pop- ularity: When the Bombers Come Buck to Plcadllly Hell Hell the Gang's All Here Begin the Bat- rage Beat Me Ajax There to the Bottom Torpedo Junction Gunboat Setenadc Tanks for Everything The ('all of the Cannon and All This and Hitler Too. Coming forth with n rush the new star Betty Grable carded off top honors In a recent poll to decide what actress had the best flguie In Holly- wood. A committee of four an artist a doctor a showman and a dress de- signer made the selections. Charac- teiistic of all the selections wetc that the selectee was small of stature. Following Is a list of the judges' choices and their tcspcctlve position in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 March 1941

THINLY CLADS ENGAGE IN DENTON TRI-MEET SEE DETAILS ON PAGE 3 PATRONIZE YELLO ACKET GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY JACKET ADVERTISERS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 20 1911 No. 21 At Random... With BLACKIE SHERROD Life in detail life pictured In vivid uccounts for the eyes unci cars of the world a more breath-taking his- tory of mankind than contained in history books Is found in newspaper files. 1 hey may be old yellowed and brittle with age but the pages of the country's daily chronicles of 24 years ago tell a tiaglc tale. Even if the files of the Yellow Jacket ran back that far to the eventful days of 1917 they would contain a pitiful story. A story of how the nation's youth studying and playing as we of today came tuco to lace with a world crisis. Written on these pages would be early accounts of the war in Europe. Little by little the headlines of that day tell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 March 1941

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday March 20 1941 YELLO ACKET SIT N BULL The paper which obtains a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which is fit to print will steadily increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Btownwood Texas aH second class mall matter. KATKS: Subscription one dollar per school year. Chatter members Texas Intercollegiate Ptess Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College tit Brownwood Texas as n putt of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF Bi.ackif. Sumitou Editor Juii.n Uki.m Managing Editor Juii.n IIoi:i.i Associate Iulitoi Sports Editor Column Editor Social Editor Fealute Editor Religious Editor Music Editoi Pete Owens -James Davis Lillie 15. Landua JoCE WltEEI.EII TllUMAN CAI.DWCM. John IIowei.i. BUSINESS STAFF I'm i. (It u.i Hiisini'! Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF -Hobby Joan Cross Jack Hoxt. Willie Klorence Clifton Tennlson Keginal Can away Freddie Watson Anita Joy Smith ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 March 1941

YELLOW JACKET PCS . -r H.P.C. COMPETES IN TRIANGULAR MEET FRIDAY Thursday March 20 1941 Woodson Picked as H-SU Grid Mentor Warren B. Woodson was announc- ed ns the new head coach of Hardln- Slmmons University Saturday. Woodson a Baylor graduate has been football nnd basketball mentor at Conwaj Aik. State Teachers for the past five yeats. During his stay then- he piled up an enviable grid- Iron iccoid. lily gild machines have taken up four confeience championships In five years and his basket ball teams have on live championships In six years eveial winning tmrk and field learns wete al3o impsrvlsed by Wood- son. Wftdson coiichcd in. San Marcos Baptist Acndamy and Tcxarknna .'rnler College bel'ole he was chosen coach at Conway. McAdoo Kenton Howard Payne football coach against whose team Conway will pit his Cowboys next fall played football with Woodson when the two men attended Temple high school In 1919. This will not be the first time however that teams coached by the two men have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 March 1941

Page 4 sss John Howell's k e LIMELIGHT One of the local movie houses seems to have taken the students' fancy by installing perfect fitting love-seats. It seems to be the latest thing In movie entertainment for the management to provide eomfoit for Uipse who go to the show for other it-uMons than to sec the featutc and Donnld Duck. Although this writer h.tH not had the pilvltege of sitting in one of these cuddle boxes he has heard Wonderful tales about them Horn those who have Indulged in the gteat Amerlcun pastime. The general consensus of opinion among the students on the campus is that the chapel piogiums this year on the whole have been very much mote entertaining- and educational than ever before. During the last week we have hud everything from a magician to a bund concert. It is the wish of the administration thut all the students will cooperate to make the progrnni.s of Interest to everyone. All you lovers of the finer things of life be sure to tune in on Glenn Miller's thric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1941

pbofs vote fu tautss curs PATRONIZE JACKET ADVERTISERS Vol. XXVII. HP Recreation Hall Is Opened Last Nightp07ccoemons At Random... WiTH FREDDIE WATSON I have been thinking. The plunkl- Ing in a newspaper. The wony the trolling the sincere efforts ut some .uul then just some. This contlabbcratlon of foos char- .ictoiisUc of the first day of April has been piled compiled and oxpiled ioi the happygogglins of the leader. I'eihaps you have never been on an editorial staff. Then you aie pro- pitious. Pinklings of a slimeshod edition tiulifully dedicates these dareless dnwbmgs to lellow incinbeis of the I'lcsliinan class. We feel this dedi- cation pioper since this class is the gayest and gioonost. The .seniors are beyond the appreciative stage. The juniors are too flanked with the things of life to be inteiested. The si.plnmioios aie as dumb as we but they aie just older I s'pose and have cultivated a dignilied dumbness. The fiohscomc fish therefore are the hoitytoity hypnotics to which t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1941

Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Tuesday April 1 1941 V ELLO ACKET SIT 'N BULL The paper which obtains a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which is fit to print will steadily Increase its influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflcc ill Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. KATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College ut Brownwood Texas as a pmt of the student activity. FRESHMAN EDITION STAFF KDITOK ll.SK M U.Kit M.YU;i; KDITOK i'i:Tiiu:i;i)!Toi SOCIK'H I.DITOH C01.1.MN i.nrmit sroKT-s I.DITOI! l-'iiKiimt: atm).n I'uvnk K.WNOH C. I'. Jom Ul 111 (JoOllUI.N Jknmk Lot Moouk MviiniA Shaw i.hiki) (Jim -II On the Leve EDITORIAL COMMENT The need of portable .adder's at the Howard Payne Hall is definitely a noglrrted cause. Since the construction of the build- in"; the girls hae not expei'enced this luxury nor have they known th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1941

Tuesday April 1 1941 YELLOW JACKET PaceS BARN BURNED FOR INSURANCE BY HPC STUDENT HUSTLERS FROM WAY BACK Tennis Club Is Active Campus Organization Second in membership only to the D. It. D.'s the Howard Payne Racket Club has proved itself to be by far the most active club on the campus during the current year. All the mem- beis entered into the year's program with enthusiasm and with the able leadership of their president Ciaience llowaid accomplished a great many things of which to be proud. Pet haps the most noticeable ac- complishments were made on the ten- nis courts. At the beginning of the year Howard Payne's courts were in very poor condition. Much effoit on the part of the Racketeers however has changed this situation. The school now hns four of the latest type all weather concrete courts. These courts have thirty-foot backstops mounted with batteries of the new antiglare floodlights for night playing. Those wishing to use the courts should ap- ply for a schedule next door t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1941

Vage 4 YELLOW JACKET Tuesday April 1 1911 FHANK RAYNOR'S fk e LIMELIGHT "Hell! Hell! Heh!" quoth the villain "You me now In my power1 Miury isie a nil I will tclea.se you fiotn this locket! If you icfu.se me you die!" "No! No! A thousatul tlnicH NO! I'll lather die Umn say 'ye.s'!" cried the fair young maiden. "Fooll.sh Wench thy doom Ih seal- ed' You .shall surely die!" sum led the . d. in as he diluted the ashes fiom his clgur and touched Its glowing end to the fuse. Ttuly the maiden Ih doomed to die i. hot libit? death bound to a rocket that Ih flushing Into outer space!' . nil It will be utterly Impossible foi her to bieath the ptessure will jandually Ineiease until our fair i inideti Ih crushed to death by the teiilflc force! What a pity! What n pity!! Hut wait! watt! What Is this that L behold? Buck Hogeis! Buck Rog- i.s to the lescue! Buck Rogers In he nick of time! Hut rah! Hun ah! The captive maiden Is practically itscued light now! Ah' His misti- er .steed Is gaining upon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 April 1941

OWENS RUNS TEXAS' FASTEST '41 HURDLES YELLO ACKET PATRONIZE GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY JACKET ADVERTISERS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 10 1911 No. 23 Music Department Is Recipient At Random... With BLACKIE SHERROD 1 hope you'll. I'm don mc today. If I don't. Kill up this. Entire column. With stuff that. Requires a lot. Of deep thought. Because when. Lazy weather days. Like these take. Plate haid thought. Klnila takes a. Back scat In. My mind because. These days so. Full of sunshine. Are not meant. For thinking but. For lying In. The shade of. Some tree and. Wishing for enough. Eneigy to go. Swimming or fishing. And besides I. Am writing In. Hopes somebody. Will notice the. Peculiar foim of. Woids over on. This side of. The page and. Read them and. Tell me how much. They enjoyed at. Random today and. How clever they. Thought it was. Whether they really. Thought...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 April 1941

1 W 2 m Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Thursday April 10 1941 i i my 'caas "IT" - tt- YELLO ACKET SIT 'N BULL The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Knteted at the Postoffice ut Biuwnwood Texus as second class mull matter. KATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Btowmvood Texas as a part of the student activity. KD1TOHIAL STAFF Ulackie .Summon Editor John Hklma Managing Editor John Houki.i. Associate Editot Spurts Editor Column Editor Social Editor Keature Editor Kcligious Editor Music Editot I'etk Owens James Davis Lii.ue B. Landua Joyce Wheeleh Tmjman Caldwell John Howell BUSINESS STAFF I'ml Gun Muitifs Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF -Bobby Jean Cross Jack Hext Willie Florence Clifton Tennlson Reglnal Carraway Freddie Watson Anita Joy Smith ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 April 1941

Thursday April 10 1941 YELLOW JACKET PactS H.P.C. DEFENDS TITLE AT SOUTHWESTERN RELAYS I m HE'S A GREAT GUY- Debs Garms Famous Alumnus Of HPC Grants Interview To Y-J By BLACKIE SHERROD He walked aetoss the hotel lobby looking for all the world like a ptos- pcious business man und not at all like one would picture the 1040 National League batting champion. LSul although his looks belle his i imputation Dobs Ganns star infield- er of the Pittsbuigh Pirutcs Is rec- ognized uh one of today's greatest hitters in the major leagues. And the senior league's batting crown award- ed him lust season easily earns him the title of Howard Payne's most llhistrlous athletic alumnus. He was In El Paso with the Pitts- buigh club for an exhibition game with the Philadelphia Athletics. Very pleased to sec someone from his Alma Muter Debs graciously consented to answer a lew questions for the would- be Intel viewer. However as talk pro- giessed the icporter was unsweting most ot the questions for Gatms ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 April 1941

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET Thursday April 10 1941 John Howell's Ik e LIMELIGHT Among the moat noticeable Im- pi moments since the in my 1ms moved nl Biownwood Is the pilvelege of getting to hear nil of the fine musi- cians perform for our chapel pro- grams. We atudes have lieiud scveiul of the bands and I have not as yet lit urd one word of dl.ssentlon from anyone. Since this the first edition f.iue the Junior Variety Show I want to congratulate the of Heels of that class for piescntlng the best entei- tiiinmcnt this campus has .seen In the lust two years. They not only had the mute talented cnmpusltes to per- form us the Jolsey City Four but hey hud the best swing orchestra in Camp Ooole to furnish the hot licks. One of the ncwlest songstress to :iu'h the fancy of music lovers as ell as other lovers Is Frcddn Gib- miii She is the milti lest .songsticss to thrill the heatts of the radio llsten- cts (after one look at her I piny every night for television.) Fiedda was singing with a colleg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1941

WELCOME VISITING SENIORS SAYS HOWARD PAYNE YELLO ACKET PATRONIZE JACKET GOTO CHURCH SUNDAY ADVERTISERS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 19 1911 No. 24 Sophs Are Hosts To High School Seniors At Random... With BLACKIE SHERROD W'KZffCTMMLIWF AN OPEN LETTER TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS: Dear Seniors Today Howard Payne welcomes hundreds of you representing high schools of cities and towns of this territory. We've planned a big time for you speeches programs touis and such und we sincerely hope you enjoy your day. But we'll admit we're not enter- taining you Just tor entcttuinment's sake. Our muln puipose is to leave an Impression on you seniors. An itnpiession of the spit it of this col- lege of the democratic principles upon which 11 Is founded und of the tilendly utmosphere of the campus und students. We wunt you for one day to make believe you uie a stu- dent of H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1941

Pjre2 Saturday April 19 1941 SIT N BULL Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLOVJACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentic news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postoffice at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texus Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF Blackie Sherkod Editor John Bklsky John Howell Managing Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor ... -Pete Owens Column Editor. - . James Davis Social Editor.-. . . - Lili.ie B. Landua Feature Editor .. - - - -Joyce Wheeler Religious Editor Truman Caldwell Music Editor John Howell BUSINESS STAFF Paul Guill Business Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF Bobby Jean Cross Jack Hext Willie Florence Clifton Tennlson Reglnal Carraway Freddie Watson Anita Joy Sm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1941

Saturday April 19 1941 YELLOW JACKET Xss SIX JACKETS COMPETE AT KANSAS RELAYS TODAY ( BSV"" SBSJ I J ime Out With HOWARD HUGGIN8 Sports fans of El Paso once again saw the splendid performance of the Howard Payne speedsters .... In spite of the dust and stiff competi- tion offered by Santa Ana Junior College of Santa Ana California Cap's boys came home with their shate of the honors . . . Pete Owens local tall timber topper was success- ful in bteaklng both the meet rec- ords In the hurdles which he set last year ... He lowered the record In the 120 high hurdles three-tenths of a second and chopped off eight- tenths of a second off the 220-yard low hurdles . . . Owens ran on the winning H. P. C. 440 relay team in addition to setting two meet records . . . The mile relay team which con- sists of Marshall King Vanderveer and Barcena took first place In the meet Saturday . . . The relay team Is one of the fastest ever to wear the colors of H. P. C. . . . The 880 yard relay team was disq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1941

Page 4 John Howell's dn e LIMELIGHT Gather round all you Jitterbugs unci hear the good news. Believe It or not Ainct leu's favorite band and variety radio program Is coming to Texan. Your favorite my favorite In fact everyone's favorite Kay Kyser Is touting the Southwest with his orchestra. Kyser will play for many social gatherings during his tick through Texas. He Is also bringing his College of Musical Knowledge with him on this Jaunt. Of course we would like to have htm play In our fair- city for a little rendezvous with Mother Swing but It .seems that the closest that he will IvJ to Brownwood Is San Antonio. While at that city Kyser will present his regular Wednesday night program Irorn the West Point of the Air Ran- tl( Iph Field. Would that I could be In one of the cities Included on his tour oh happy bliss! Another success story for another Texas girl Is characterized by today's photo-pilut. Dale Kvans a star on Columbia's "News and Kythym" pro- t; l mn heard on Sundays hail...

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