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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1942

TRACKSTERS PREPARE FOR MEET AT FT. WORTH 1 ACKET BUY DEFENSE YELLO BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND BONDS AND STAMPS STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS VL XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS MARCH 12 1942 No. 21 B Juniors Obtain Band for Varsity Program March 20 BANTERINGS By BELSEY The student body decided not to havo freshman day this year. I hope that the tradition of freshman day will not be allowed to die by future student bodies. Freshman day Is a real tradition and holiday at Howard Payne. It Is milder form of giving the freshmen a chance to regain a few rights. In former days freshman days were .not so pleasant but in the last few years It has been a real holiday for all the students. If the freshman and upperclassmen boys are to compote in a track and field meet Instead of a rope pulling contest perhaps the older boys should be working out down at the stadium. Some of these freshmen are in a good way to take...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1942

March 12 1942 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLO ACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentio news and only that which la fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofficc at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. SIT 'N BULL EDITORIAL STAFF John Belsey Editor News Editor - MAX1NK FAULKINnERRY Sports Editor . . .. Joe Calvit Feature Editor - Tessica Martin Column Editor Bill Vann Music Editor - Alfred Gray Religious Editor Udell Smith Society Editor Juanita Marlette Student Opinion Editor OLIVER PlTTS REI'OKTOIUAL STAFF Janice Sorrels Maxine Faulkinbcrry Tes- Men Martin Bill Nelson Martha Marshall Dorothy Sumner Joel Burt Virginia Fields Hardy Childress Helen Albertson. BUSINESS STAFF ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1942

March 12 1942 YELLOW JACKET PageS m am n mi HTime Out yELLQW JACKET SPORTS Second Round of HiV mCT r'"- ilBiilB Vfll. XX VIII 1 .... .1 rpna Af !. 11 inirft nBtklVM . . ... . .... Diuwimuuu icau itiuilm ! q k2hi ' nMUY childress Last week the college and high achool basketball teams were sup- posed to have completed their schedules but many college teams in Texns seem to be too good to quit playing. West Texas State "the world's tallest basketball team" is playing in an invitation tournament at Madison Square Garden In New Vork. The Buffs played there earlier in the season and got such a warm reception thy were asked to come back for a repeat performance. Rice Institute co-champions with Arkan- sas of the Southwest Conference will represent Region 6 at the NCAA Tournament at Kansas City. Other college teams which have entered the Kansas Tournament are Texas Wes- ley ans East Texas State and Texas Tech. Mardln-Simmons University 1b playing in a tournament at Abilene with the Abilene ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 March 1942

Page 4 YI3LL0W JACKET March 12 1942 ALFRED GRAY'S k e LIMELIGHT Like Topsy Chnrlle Wilson's musi- cal career "just growed." The stocky brown-eyed baritone with Sammy Kayo's band became a singer by accident after years of playing the clarinet with Sammy a fraternity brother from Ohio Uni- versity. He even became a clarinet player by accident. "In fact" he says "my whole career may be summed up as a scries of accidents lucky accidents I might add." Charlie sings with the Kayc band when it appears on "Spotlight Bands" March 12 at 9:30 P. M. EWT over 124 Mutual stations. Conscripted Charlie's musical career began one day when he was still a student at the Altoona High ScJiool in Aiioona Pa. The school music teacher finding the otchestra temporarily shy one clarinet player collared Charlie in the playground and put a clarinet in his hand. Under six months of this expert musical tutelage ho was a regular member of the band and so enthusiastic about music that he con- templated music teach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 March 1942

!"- '- "-""fr PROGRAM FOR BROWNWOOD RELAY MEET ANNOUNCED fBUY DEFENSE jg YELLO ACKET BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS BONDS AND STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR 'HIE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS MARCH 19 1942 No. 22 v v :'rtsf4.'JLJ Junior Varsity Show to BANTERINGS By BELSEY Tomorrow night the junior class will have their varsity show In the Mlms Building and this column wants to urge all students who arc able to attend this show. Fine songs music and comedy will bo picsentcd by the juniors and they deserve the support of the entile student body. They have worked hard for the past three weeks pieparlng for this show and It is up to us to give them our sup- poit. Money obtained fiom the affair will bo used for the annual Junior- Senior banquet which is given every spring. Bill Hardin president of the class has been working hard get- ting the talent together and over- seeing rehearsals. Mcmbeis of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 March 1942

March 19 1942 Page 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLONXpACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentlo new and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Brownwood Texas as second class mail matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas 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 John Belsey Editor Spoit- IMitoi Hahdv Childress A-Muiatf Kililor - - Douclas Estes News Editoi . . . - -- Mxine Faulkinberhy Feature Editor . Tessica MAHTIN Music Editor - Alfred Gray Religious Editor -- - - Udell Smith Society Editor Juanita Marlette Student Opinion Editor -. .-- - OLIVER FlTTS KKI'OltTOIUAI STAFF Janice Sorrels Maxinc Faulkinberry Tcs--ica Mai tin Hill NeNon Mnrtlia Mnrluill. Dorothy Sumner Joel Burt irginia Field. Hauly Childies- Helen Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 March 1942

March 19 1942 TRACKSTERS COMPETE Events for Biuebonnet Relays are Announced Brownwood will have lt'a first big Invitational Relay Meet on April 4 when Army college high schools and junior high teams will gather here for the Biuebonnet Relays which are being sponsored by the Brownwood Junior Chamber of Commerce. Twenty-five events are listed in the relay schedule. Ten of these arc specialty contests for the Army-college division. The others arc divided between the high and junior high teams. There will be nine In the high school class and six in the junior division. These events are: College-Army: (1) 440-yard relay (2) 880-yard relay (3) mile relay (4) sprint medley relay (5) shot put (6) discus throw (7) high jump (8) 120-yard high hurdles (9) 100- yard dash (10) mile run. High School: (1) 440-yard relay (2) 880-yard relay (3) mile relay (4) sprint medley relay (5) shot put (6) high jump (7) 120-yard high hurdles (8) 100-yard dash (9) mile run. Juniors: (1) 220-yard relay (2) 440-y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 March 1942

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET March 19 1942 Passing Parade This Spring mnny predictions have been made about the hair . . "they" say there will be no moic long glam- our bobfl . . . the kind that all of "us" college gills ate so in habit of weatlng. We arc not going to let our hair fly loose with just a ribbon In it ... I wonder! . No quote . . . "the average young lady is going to cut her hair shoit so that It can be kept neat and trim without any fuss or bother." Unquote lint theic have been similar predictions for some time . . that these so called "manes" were frowned on by the boy f 1 lend but I've hcnul scvcial say they liked long hair that It made gills look moic feminine and dainty. Of course they fuither state theic aie some that go to extremes and they don't like that. In these war times we want to look our best and I admit we wouldn't look so nice with a long bob swinging below a small cap that many defense workeis wear but we can curb our hair and still keep it long. I've seen se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1942

FIRE DEMOLISHES MIMS BUILDING TUE SDAY NIGHT BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND fe STAMPS Vol. XXVIII BANTERINGS By ESTES Adjusting out selves to being a col- lege freshman has been rather dif- ficult for some of us. However why should we try to adjust out selves? Most of us have eight o'clock classes which we practically have to drag ourselves to. Wc have learned to hate the sound of the alarm clock which nrcuses us fiom our sleep every morning about 7 o'clock. Why drag our feet to class when wc feel drousy with the effect of sleep (?). Stu- dents! Why go thtough this disgust- ing routine when we could be sleep- ing? Maybe .some of us arc awakened by the alaim clock which seems to shout "Snap out of It and get to class?" But just have a hcatt to heart talk with yourself. What'rc you gaining by going to class when you don't want to? Ignoie your other self which Insists that you should get to bed eat Her at night. That's a good argument but why dwell on it? The main thing is get your sleep. And s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1942

Yellow Jacket Editorial Page Page 2 April 1 1942 YELLONXqfJACKET The paper which obtain a reputation for publishing authentic nsw and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Increase Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflce at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Btownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor DOUGLAS ESTES Associate Editor DICK GLOVER Feature Editor G. T. ENGLAND Sports Editor JOE CALVIT Reliirious Editor CHARLES TUCKER Society Editor BOBBY RUTH DUKE Business Manager TONY PAYTON On the Level EDITORIAL COMMENT mrjB CLASS CUTS It looks like the teachers around here should get together and strike some kind of a happy medium on cut Riving. Some of the teachers give a cut at least twice a week and others don't give one a year. This cut giving c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1942

April 1 1942 Howard Payne Stadium Opened Norris Wins HP Marble Tourney It was late afternoon March 14 when the shadows of the surrounding trees began to lengthen across How- ard Payne Campus. Directly south of the "dump" an enormous gathering had congregated to celebrate an out- standing occasion. In the midst of the group wad a silent figure a per- son who had reached the zenith of his college popularity career by vir- tue of the winning of the annual marble contest. This year an under-dog out-fought the odds stacked against him to win the most cherished of all prizes. This lad Harold Norris halls from North- cast Texas. His home town Blossom has been placed on the map because of his state-wide fame as a marble pitcher. For the last two years he has trained for the Paris Junior Col- lege team but for both seasons has foiled to compete in tournament play because of the "blozo-a-la-konkus" a knee Injury which has been a great handicap to him. Nevertheless we'll have to confess that h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1942

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET April 1 1942 FRESHMAN CODE In order that new fish nnd ptcnrh- era and all othcis not cognizant of the Kieshmnn's Code of Life may be- come aware of It wo apprehensively present this article. Although ft ash- men have been jecrlngly caltcd Boy Scouts In the past thctc Is an actual semblance between the two In the Boy Scout Law and The Freshman Code. 1 A Freshman Is friendly He Is the easiest pet son on cat th to get acquainted with - especially If you wear a shirt. 2. A Kicshmnn Is Obedient A fieshman Is obedient to the slightest whim of an tipple. If he Isn't he knows what he'll get. 3. A Freshman Is Loquacious Don't get scared. It just means gar- rulous the ety foundation of a Hownid Payne bull session. (If this sounds like Slavlnlan consult Web- ster). 4. A Freshman Is Studious With- out a doubt. He studies everything ftom the funnies to his lelleis. It's the sectct of his sucksess. 5. A Freshman Is Sober-minded When he's not plnsteted. The less said about thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 April 1942

ACKET BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 9 1942 No. 24 All Work on 1942 Lasso is Completed by Staff YELLO m . H7l I HATTER f ...b CHILDRESS Now that the holidays have already come and gone I sometimes wonder If we arc really better off by having them. The students come back much more tired than when they leave yet they seem better satisfied so maybe it is best to have a few days to get away from classes books and the other things that como along with the regular routine of school life. Theic la an article appearing in tliis issue of the paper that has something to say about the museum on our campus. Theie are probably some students who did not even know we had one unless they had read the sign up over the door. I for one had not seen inside this place until a few months ago. Then I did not have the time to see...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 April 1942

Page 2 April 9 1942 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page YELLOXJACKET 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. Entcicd at the Postofflce at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. HATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas ns a part of the student activity. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor HARDY CHILDRESS Associate Editor MARTHA MARSHALL News Editor MAXINE FAULKENBERRY Sports Editor RILL NELSON Feature Editor TESSICA MARTIN Column Editor VIRGINIA FIELDS Music Editor HELEN ALBERTSON Religious Editor CECIL BROWN Society Editor JANICE SORRELS Student Opinion Editor DOROTHY SUMNER Personality Editor MYRTLE FA YE STANFORD BUSINESS STAFF Paul Guill Business Manager CIRCULATION Lester Brook and Tony Peyton. SIT N BULL -HP On the Leve EDITORIAL ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 April 1942

April 9 1942 YELLOW JACKET Patre? BUY SSI r H ime Out Baseball season will open in the Texas League Sunday. It sure seems early for baseball but the time has come. League officials are expecting more interest in baseball this season because of the war; people will want something for iclaxation. Frank Mancuso who Is trying to win the catching job for San An- tonio has plenty of background for a catcher. His father was one of the best amateur catchers around Hous- ton in his day; Steve Frank's elder brother was also a catcher who stuck to the amateur ranks at Houston; his brother Lawrence not only played catcher but managed his amateur team from behind the bat; Gus an- other brother was an outstanding National League catcher for several years; and Leon Frank's youngest Fresh Bread 5c At Bluebonnet Bakery Across Street From Weakley-Watson Shop At KNOBLER'S 'Exclusive Ladies Wear" With BILL NELSON brother tried his hand at profes- sional baseball a few years back as a catcher. Because o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 April 1942

Paf4 YELLOW JACKET April 9 1942 Helen Albertson's Ik e LIMELIGHT Dinah Shore our favotito song- stress now shares u unique honor with Jenny Llnd the Swedish singer who wjih n ftivoiltc of nlniost n cen- tury past. Miss Shore was named Queen of 7th Regiment at the annual New York State Guard Ball held at the regiment's armory Park Avenue New York City. Jenny Llnd was nc- cotded the same honor in 1852. Miss Llnd was made famous by the great American showman P. T. Barnum who brought her to America In 1817. Your great grandmother could tell you how Jenny Llnd started the Im- mortal "Home Sweet Home" singing over America. Dinah Shoie is sing- ing currently In the Wcdgcwood Room floor show In New Yoik City. You hear her on the Cantor air show and her own lfi-mlnute radio program. Her recordings pel haps out number all others in your collection. Is your bhthday in April? Well the following celebrities would be flattered- they were also born dur- ing the month of April Frances Langford Bett...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 April 1942

BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS YELLO ACKET BUY DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY OP HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE ONLY SENIOR THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS COEDUCATIONAL BAPTIST COLLEGE IN TEXAS Vol. XXVIII BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 16 1942 No. 25 Eighty -Eight Will Receive Degrees This Spring BANTERINGS By BELSEY Hardy Childress editor has my thanks for prolonging my vacation. It has been three weeks since I have sat down at a typewriter to do any writing for the Yellow Jacket and It is good to be back at the job. A per- son gets stale In this writing busi- ness when ho lnys off too long. My thanks and congratulations go out to Dr. McChristy's Journalism ) class for the swell job they did In editing this sheet last week. This class is an energetic group of promis- ing journalists and they arc to be complimented for the fine way in which they came through. This week the Yellow Jacket lost one of the most valuable members of its business staff. Paul Gulll business manager of the paper has been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 April 1942

Pae 2 Yellow Jacket Editorial Page April 16 1942 YELLO XJ ACKET The paper which obtains a reputation for publishing authentlo news and only that which Is fit to print will steadily Inorease Its Influence. Andrew Carnegie. Entered at the Postofflcc at Brownwood Texas as second class mail matter. RATES: Subscription one dollar per school year. Charter members Texas 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 John Belsey Editor Sports. Kditor . . .. Hakdy Cuildiiess Associate Kditor Douglas Estes News Editor . - Maxine Faulkinueruy Feature Editor Tessica Martin Music Editor . Alfred Gray Religious Editor Udell Smith Society Editor Juanita Marlette Student Opinion Editor . Oliver Pitts REI'OKTOKIAL STAFF Janice Sorrels Maxine Faulkinbcrry Tes- sica Martin. Hill Nelson Martha Marshall Dorothy Sumner Joel Burt Virginia Fields Hardy Childress Helen Albertson. BUSINE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 April 1942

April 16 1942 YELLO1 JACKET Pae3 J. Bonds for Victory HHv.ftTAut H " pBfcV mm jBb IjNp ''postal savings' pxXwJMB Wt; s ay r n g;s;u:b;1 h Do your part in the nation's war effort. Buy defense savings stamps and bonds in the main of- fice in the Administration Building. Help Uncle Sam's aviators bomb the Axis by buying more than your share of bonds. One of Founders of Howard Payne Celebrates 84th Birthday Monday San Saba Wrests Title From Brady Ono of the best track records ever to be made by a track team came to an end last weekend when San Saba won the District 8 track meet over the past season champions Brady. For the first time in six years the Brady team was not presented with the championship trophy. The Bull- dogs who have just about run this district since the spring of 1935 failed to make the grade this season. The Brady team which was short of its usual individual stars yielded to a very consistant and well balanced group of boys from San Saba. San Saba's total number of poi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 April 1942

Page 4 YELLOW JACKET April 16 1942 Helen Albertson's k It LIMELIGHT The average American youngster today knows mote about music orchestras and airangements than any previous younger generation over (dd. This positive statement Is made by Jan Garber who after touring with orchestras for moic than 25 years should be In a position to make a positive statement. "Call 'em swing fans jitter-bugs hep-cats -or what you will" says Jan. "The fact remains that kids today boys and girls know more about or- chestras their styles and what makes 'cm tick than most piofesslonal mu- sicians. They listen to radio pro- grams. They play lecords continually. They crowd Into ballrooms herd about the podium and analyze every organ- ization they hear. They may not know technical terms but they do know music. Know Their Stuff "Their questions piove their know- ledge. An orchestra director gets few silly queries nowadays. The boys and girls havo definite leasons for ask- ing why theie arc two pianos three tr...

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