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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1927

M lvf ' tot v The SENIOR Jacket "F0R HOWARD PAYNE MYALL" "FOR HOWARD PAYNE MY ALL" ; I l vol xm. NO. 31 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 5 1927 FOR HOWARD PAYNE PRICE 8c - JACKETS DEFEAT SOUTHWESTERN k f T f V V Texas College Journalists Hear Dean Williams at Trinity ANNUAL GLEE CLUB TOUR IS SUCCESS GIRLS OF ELEE MTO ISSUE The Howard Payne Glee club re- ' turned from their annual Sprint- tour last Thursday. They report the best time and the largest attend- ance of any previous tour. The audi- ence was reported especially good at Austn. Each town visited was moie t than responsive. Mr. Marshall has dpjie remarkably well in training the Ejrjs .01 tne uiee ciuo ana preseni- lis them and .Howard Payne before the eyes of. Texas. The college is in- debted to him for this publicity. The Glee club will put out a spe cial edition of the Yellow Jacket on May 23 after they return from Wich!ta Falls where they will com- pete -for the Chamber of Commeict ' Convention Glee club prize. A feat- ure sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1927

THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET P PAGE TWO ' TH YELLOW JACKET entered at the pdM bfflce at Brownwood.t Texas as second-claw KM matter. . r -' r ' .. Published Every Thursday Subscription 'etYear . Term v Chatrer Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for the Howard Payne College Senloi BapH'i College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student actlWtj TRAVIS B. CURTIS " .TTT. ..T. . Editor-in-Chief alYftON EMBREY Business Managei SENIOR EDITION JOHN HARDING Editor-in-Chief ROY BARNES Joke Editor GOILA LOWREY Society Editor RAY DAVIS Business Manager T MOTHER'S DAY Next Sunday May 8 is Mother's Day. It is a day held in saccer memory of Mother; a day set anide in token of appreciaiton to those whom we hold most dea.- to lis. Most of us have a life of sunshine happiness joy in short a life of blessinc Then letl us consider whas pftrt our mother has taken in making thees things pos- sible for us. We will usually find that she with father. 3 is the power behind it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1927

w "mmx&'r jrf' " 1-T V 1 THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET fiftJT Annual Pure. Fboa Show Closed ; Saturday Apr. 30 m The fifth' annuafpure Food Show ..stifeed by the Woman's Missionary Boclety of ttrst Methodist church 'tame to a close Saturday night with tne second 4nnual marriage cere- many .O. b. Williams and Miss Bovle i JMI Were united In marriage by ttev. Q. m. Cameron pastor of the First Methodist church The names of tlw cdvptetwere kept secret until the ceremony. - Miss Grace Metz was maid of hon- or. The following Howard Payne girls were bridesmaids: Misses Kclen Abney. Zana Brown. Mary Katherine Baon.'Khna Pettyj Mary Alice Wat- son Sylvester Corbin Lot- Honea Eva Belle Locket Imogci c Lane and Dorothy Bryson." ' . ' In the popular girl contest Miss Blanche Donatio Senior High school won wun 630 votes otners were: Jauntta Willis. Junior. a.2M: Mau- tine Buck Senior High fi.UJ; Leona Mciue eopnomore Hig3. 2348; Ollie D McLean Daniel BCker Col- lege: Mary Alios Watson Howar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 May 1927

'&h . "' (- ' v w -s I PAGE FOUR ""W THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET jK .'jUdl J 1928 PRESS MEET TO BE IN CANYON S' West Texas State Teachers Col liege of Canyon will entertain the 4928 Texas Intercollegiate Press As- soclatlqn Convention as a rcsjlt of the vote taken last Saturday after noon at the closing business session ot the association meeting In Trln- ;lty University Waxahachie Texas. " 8outhwest Texas State Teachers College was the only other college asking for the convention however several members stated that they 5 would Invite the 1929 com cut Ian. -Last year the convention was held '. in Howard Payne College. Five members ot the Howard I Payne Press Club were delegates to the meet April 29 and 30. Myron Embrey Herbert Lewis Travis Cur- tis John Harding and Smith Bell. Herbert Lewis and Myron Embrey recently elected editor and business ''manager respectively of the Yellow ; Jacket for-next jear are making .'tplans now for the convention next year. Delmer Ashworth Can...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1927

RiMniAAonrn JACKET "ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO PRINT" JOURNALISM CLASS EDITION PAYNE VOL. XIII. NO. 32 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 12 1927 PRICE 5c YELLOWBS ' ' J- " 1 1 L; New Course In Journalism Is Great Success First Ever Offered in H. P. Curriculum AU Types Newspapers Arc Studied and Criticized During Course VISIT LOCAL DAILY Many Texas Colleges Experience Intense Interest In Journalism Journalism has gained in promi- nence in Howaid Payne College this' year more than ever befoie in the Uistoiy of the institution The wave seems to have hit most of the Texas colleges and universities this yem since new projects and llelds aie stantly being opened up to col late journalists The first course in Journalism thai has ever found a place in the curri- culum of this college is being taught this term by Miss Cleo McChristy. head of the English department This issue of the Yellow Jacket was edited planned made-up and fi- nanced by the members of the clas this being one of the piojects fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1927

. -PAGE TWO THE YELLOW JACKET Bntered at the post office at Bi own wood Texas as s cond-clas il matter Published Eerj Subscription f4t Yeai Chatrei Member Tea Intel SSl Published by and for the Howard l'anc Collet e Senloi Ccllfff at Urownwood Texas a a part of the tudent activitv lRAVISB CURTIS MYRON EMBREY JOURNALISM HERBERT LEWIS . CECIL BROWN . PEP AND . . i . wnat gooa aoes it ao to a name. when there is about one chance out of ten that .ii ii iii li f a 1 i .11. i you will be heard by the ones you veil tor5 Is it sill Should we quit iP Well No! Here's why' In olden days we had pep and yelK in order to ' out do ' the pep squads of the other team" and the yells were directed toward them The team' seldom noticed the pep and did not expect to hear then names Now pep has a different meaning the pep lead rs and sauads do not care hear the yell or not. but all the home team. An athlete can always do better if he knows tlv students are watching every move and are for him win or lose T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1927

T? vrr -"1 PA IG&THRI EE Texas Conference Track Meet Will Be May 19-20; Five Teams Entered THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET ..yV Simmons Cowboys areWrack Squad Has Fine New Basketball Rules Doped to WinEasy ' Record tor rast severely Lrmasea Victory Season . By Great Coaches Big Ten Rebels and Forms Own Rules Regardless Of Committee the greater coaches of the land and action Is being taken by some of them that may end In the cancela- tion of said rules. The chief impo- sition to the new set of rules U that the dribble has almost been cut out First Four Places Receive Prospects For Next Year Medals; "Mule" Frazier i Are Good ; Lose Only Is Official Starter Two Winning Men The Texas Conference meet whit J Thc trK season which is about I The new rules that were passed i JL E22 -. it- wl 2i.r .. ' to end has been a marked success in I by the National Basketball commU- Pirv Mav 19-20 nromkpi to hp th tnat tne Jackets have won two meets tee have been severely criticized by best yet. and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1927

PAGE FOUR . THE HOWARD PAYNE YEU.6W JACKET J. C PENNEY MOVES Rapid Growth of Business Maki? Larger Building Ncccssarj The J. C Penny Compnm has now reached to such a olumc of bus -ness that It was neccvsaiy for tliPin to move to new quartet s for tws.1- ness. The rapid niouth of tht rom- pany Is remiukable. considerin" the start the company nuidt in Huron- uood. The stoie mtu'r it flist rp- pcarancc In this citj in Aimi'st l'J-2. With a small stock bui oaIhk to the fact that the business as in w in this tenitory and the Intone -.s in opening the jear was do d ith 1 binall volume of business Last year the necci of a m. build- ing became urgent and a nov and desliablc location was found in the remodliiiR of the old Dsrnv build- ing at 111-113 Ccntci -noi'ite The buildlae has been und -gouv; ttrr -she Improvements the last ft v. months the estimated coat of the lenovatlon beinc S2rO0U It Ins been conveited into a ts;ical .1 C Penny stoie with the tibial nont Both inside and out cie lmp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1927

fc A GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK GLEE CLUB EDITION vTO EVERYBODY .' VOL XIII. NO. 33 Published Weekly by Students of Howard Payne College BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 24 1927 PRICE Se VELUIUflBAGKEr CONVENTION HONORS END GIRLS GLEE CLUB SEASON HOWARD PAYNE HOWARD PAYNE TREBLE CLEF CLUB WHO WON HONORS LAST WEEK AT WICHITA FALLS-li Club' Receives fOMMF.NCF.MFNT!' GRADUATES 35 .White and Stone Are Main Speakers for . Occasion r ' ALUMNI BANQUET 25th Academy Commencement on Pro- gram for this Morning In f Ine Art Auditorium The thirty-seventh annual com- mencement of Howard Payne college etna held todav and tomorrow is featuring ihe reunions of the classes or 1897 1907 and 1817. The Acad- emy commencement will be held to- day at 10 a. m. Tomonow at 10 a m Dr. William Richardson White of the 1917 class will deliver the bac- calaureate sermon. Tomorrow even- ing at 8 o'clock the commencement address will be delivered by Hon Joe 0. Stone only living member of the 1897 clasi. The final culmination...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1927

PAGE'TWO .ZZZZr THE YELLOW JACKET - Bntetfdt the post Office at Brovrnwood Tcxts as second-class mail mattei. Published Subscription 'Rates: Per Year 41 50 Pet Term 0- Chatrer Membei Texas Intercollegiate Pie". Association 'Published b and for the Howard Pavne College Senioi Bnpti't College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. TRAVIS B. CURTIS MtRON EMBREY THANK YOU As the Yellow Jacket depends a great deal on the advertisements for financing the editions we wish to thank all the business men who have so loyally support- ed the 1927 Yellow Jacket. The merchants have stood by us from the first to the last. Loyalty in anything receives our admiration. The boys fighting loyally for a loosing game; students stand- ing loyally behind their team whether they win or lose- all things of loyalty begets admiration. But this loyalty of the business men should and does receive our highest admiration. We hope that the students have supported them as well as they have the student...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1927

4t. THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET PAGE THREE 4- Urban Breaks Only Record at Texas Conference Torek Meet Last Friday ri'f !. n ' : t : s . - .- ; . . 1C lhj V I- MMONS TAKES FIRST PLACE INT.'CMEET Jackets Are Close Second Followed by South- western Third URBAN BEATS-RECORD TbroWs Disc 140 Feet 0 Inches to Beat His Own Texas Con- ference Record. The Simmons University Cow- boys won the second Texas Confer- ence track and field meet held In the Howard Payne Park last Thursday and Friday. The Cow- boys scored a total of 63 points while the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets came a close second with 61 1-2 points to their credit. The Southwestern University of George- town took third honors and Austin college won fourth place. There were only four schools represented at the meet although I the Texas Conference has a mem- bershtp of six schools. Trinity Uni- versity and St. Edwards University wcie the two schols that were not lepiescnted. The Confeience meet last ear was held at Austin Col- leg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1927

yj l PXCEFOUrr1 i Goodbye Girls ! I f We take this method to thank each' and every 1 1 j girl of Howard Payne .College for "their patronage j j - mis past term i j& X f .Wishing each' and every one a wonderful vaca- Hon and trusting that we serving you in.the near future .i CINDERELLA $ 108 E. Baker ....... . - Our Hosiery .Values Are 9MM4444M&t4&tt1 SOCIOLOGISTS VISIT AUSTIN Blind Institute Visited and Teaching Methods fc Obsreved ) Rain did not Interfere with Miss Russell's Sociology class trip to Aus- tin and San Antonio. Eleven of the class including Miss Russell and Mr. Wlnebrinner left Brownwood in two cars Thursday May 12 amid a down- pour of rain. The group went in Miss Prances Camp's and Mr. Wine- brinner's cars. The class left Brownwood at 3:30 v. m. and reached Lampasas at mid night. At 7:15 Friday morning the trip was continued toward Austin. At Georgetown a short stop was made to visit Southwestern Univer- ilty then on to Austin. .Many places of interest wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1927

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm The Yellow Jacket "FOR HOWARD PAYNE MY ALL" "FOR HOWAUD PAYNE MY 'ALL" VOL. XIV NO 1 BB0WNW00D TEXAS THURS SEPT 15 1927 PRICE 5c GMDIHTES H OF LA HIST fit' OF HP Class of Last Year Over 60 Members tow tv 1 Keceive Diplomas MOODY SPEAKS White and Stone Are Speakers for Spring Term Commence- ment Is featured by Alumni Banquet of Seven Classes blxt two 11 A Madllatts pos slbl thrlty fie or foity ncadunv and commirtial tradu itcs in ill dltion to h niimbir of cradtiatis In the various flni arts depirt monts is the rnoril of ltnu irrt Paine for the sthool iar tndini. with the summer Coinnieiiitintnt on August " past in h. iUD ..i.i i .. i. i .." ..L..fin8l W ''' rtlS'.vt.U .... ..thn.v. uh ....j .. iiiiil flic "on'o" ltnlMlnVf.liri fle One da prtcullng this Hit Atadini graduation was htd Hit number of tratluatcH in this ml the commertial depirtmtnt lit hit 8ratllingl lnri Man ot these who ilnishid the aiailini will mi directb Into iollit work For this lomiiitni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1927

PAGE TWO THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THE YELLOW JACKET ' Union il in li pu-il tiffin sii llionuwoud liu. i -ttoiitl tl m mull in illir I'ubllsliul Lcn I liniv 1 1 Miljstiiptlnti liili" Per rar - - . l nil Per Term ... 5t (.llirtt'l MlIiiIk 11 lii- Inliiciilkti iti Puss AsiulI ittiin I'uIjIIhIimI In mil loi l In. jlnnaid I urn ( olltM SiiiIoi 11 uitist Collect it UiuunuiMiil Iti 11 i put ol tin st mil lit ttthln HEBBEAT LEWIS I dlioTTn Uilet MYRON EMBREY lupines M hum i WHAT MAKES IT GO? "An English professor" said the Pitt Weekly "is requiring his class to paraphrase line for line Kent's Ode to a Grecian Urn and Shelley's Ode to the West Wind. "We look I'orwaid to the time when some class in the anui eciation of art will be told to break up the original Venus de Milo aeon uanta nre in tiny bits in order that they may find what SSc shurR by Sittings Nw Mexico nw Tlit Mb Knd of Ihi hujrc C Lockltar of Ooidllnuiltc hasl ' " Vl I" in "I a' l.u ri eight race hois.es In the Sail Angelo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1927

THE HOWUKtO PAYKE YELLOW JACKET TAOETXISE Collegiate- -Clothes that suit the most fastedious a .wide range of patterns and materials Cljevrots Motor Twists Gray Hounds . they're all here and ready to start to Col- lege with you Come get one. $23.50 and up Extra Trousers at slight additional cost terwoven Taxs A complete furnishing Stetson Hats Wilson Bros. Shrits In- goods stock. A Big Line of $5.00 Men's Shoes. Every thing to Wear Gilliam Dry Goods Co. Jacket Captain r FOOTBALL PROSPECTS LOOK BRIGHT 1927 SEASON L'luud Unvd half batk Cuituin of thu 1027 Yellow Jackets li con- sidered one of the most valuable men In the Tcxai Conference he li playing Ills third year nt Unw- ind Payne loinming Ibero from Way laud Junior iHorv. Last Reason Hoyd culncd mora vardage than any other man In the con- ferenie and was chown ulmoKt nnunilmoiisly .ib eonferetfice Hult hack. In addition to football Hoyd Ik ii crack naskctbsijl il.icr. iind baseball player. BIBLE .SCORES PLAYERS MOST INTERESTED IN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1927

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm PAGE FOUR THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET " Cinderella Won by a Foot ft. AND THE PRINCE KNEW ' what he was .about choosing his lady by her footwear. Your footwear does make such a difference. " The fashionable college girl of Brownwood recog- nizes the value of charming footwear and we are glad to welcome back our many Howard Payne patrons and extend an invitation to you your friends and the new comers to visit us. Footwear representing the latest mode for Autum J is here awaiting your approval. A ; Cinderella Bootery " J ' 109 E. Baker " J . Cl.'..V "Wnere Shoes Are Different" ALLISON DIES DURING THE SUMMER Tlio many friends of David Al- lison were much grieved to learn of hlH death early In the summer. He died of Spinal Meningitis at IiIh homo In Clarendon. David as an ex-student of Howard Payne luiil manv friends In Brownwood and In Howard Payne. He atended school here during the terms of 1924-fi and l!)25-6. Not only was he a good student in the cla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1927

ON TO TEMPLE ROUND TRIP $3 00 1 1 QfHgWARDir) YELLO ACKET BEAT SIMMONS VOL XIV. NO 2 BR0WNW00D TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1927 PRICE So GRADUATF.S OF LAST YEAR ARE WORKING IN SEVERAL FIEIDS; MOST ARE PROFS. GODBOLD AWAY FROM CAMPUS DURING LAST WEEK WORKING FOR INTEREST OF COLLEGE Over 85 Per Cent Are Teaching in Texas or Adjoining States Hon aril Puvnc In turning out the Mhool trailers thick and fust Some elghtv per tint or mon of last venrs krnduiitcs ire teaching this season In cither high schools or grade schools most of them In Texas In spite of tin fott Unit J he greater numhir nrc In the homo state tlioi mnv In found from Nevada to Southern I oulsl ana Of tht group that Is not teaching some art to he found In the business world some are ton tinulnc their education somi are performing professional duties and I others ma) be found In the Held of domestic arts One of this latter group Is the former Miss Pearl Mitchell who married on graduation da v She Is now living near Wichita...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1927

PAGE TWO THE HOWAU1) 1'AYRE YEL10W JACKET GRADUATES Or LAST YEAR (.t'olitlniiid from pite m i THE YELLOW JACKET WE THINK Klittlid ut It post tiirlti it lliownwood rais us niuml-iluss mall maltt i Piiblishul l.stn I lim flux siilisiilptlim It ill" Per Yi.n - - - - M fill Pir Ttrm -- - BUl Cliartoi MciiiIkis I i is PublMiid bv mil fin tin College .it Urowin noil lii HERBERT LEWIS MYRON LMBRLY FRESHMAN PEP The pci) this year is to bo commended for its good showing. The Freshman are about the best that has been here in several years and they are the peppest bunch in the states. Of course there is a few exceptions some who haven't yet learned that to be good sports is to be liked. By being good sports they get the respect of theirnvn class and the respect of the uppers. Some are what would be deadheads they are parasites here for what they can CTof Vnm flux s-fllMrJ !111 t1itirit ni-il 1-iivi i in i.i ? mi jv.i.jw.. lu. turn. The.v live on the is they get in on all the comes to the schoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1927

TgBJlQWAIU) FAVlfE YEUOW JACKET FAflE TWLEE Le Mur Permanent Waves $10.00 A simple path to loveliness at all times Given by skillful careful opeiators who delight in conveiting the han into soft natural wave that will enchance one's charms For appointments phone 1115 Austin Ave. Beauty Parlor U AiiHtln Auiiiu IUGKETS GO TO HIE MTBBE JACKETS DOWN RANGER JR. COLLEGE HERE IN A HARD FOUGHT CONTEST AT 6-0 it .. . t t "" WBAMRAHKS HI NATIONAL OKA DISCUS Vic Urbiin cuplulu o this I rick Icim foi Mil coming season Is ranked sixth In -Hit National In tercollegluti Athletic Association lu discus lluowlng Mm beet record ts the one In set In tin Texas Cuurucntc truck labl Hprliib IIu throw Hit dim us 111 ft b iu . brtaklug the rtcoid that lit established In 1 Ui this Is Indeed u distinction ten Howard luiit to lint i num ranklnt unions Hit lust ten dlx cuh throwers of tin tountrj Vic Is dut to toss tin platt Inrther this J tar than mr In fort JACKET STINGS Sllmis joii arc i rtal fnsli man tlass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1927

JAGE TOt'K THE HOWARD PATKE YELLOW JACKET E V CLOTHES AaftCMt to ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UN1VEHSITY STYLES TAILOHED OVCT YOUTHFUL CHARTS SOLELY FOB DISTINGUISHED SERVICCJN THE UNITEDATES. t gmUx louse SMita 40 4S SO OvtrcMU RULES EXP BY SHE ED J L ;v..:; Ira BV SPECIAL APPOINTMENT OUR. STORE IS .THE fQkrtetllouse: BROWNWOOD TEXAS Thecharacter of the' suitsVancT overcoats tailored by Charter House will earn your most sincere liking. Howard Edmiston Men's jWear 3 It struck the ground or went out ot bounds means tuat It has ref- erence only to such an occurrence within the Held of play and not In the end zone. tUlle XVIII Cec. :! (a) page 31: If the ball Is handed or thrown forward tho ball actually leaving the player's hand tJicn It be comes a forward pass. Rule XVIII Sev. 4 page 34: When a kick does not cross the lino of scrimmage players who are given the right to recover the ball shall not bo penalized for Interference with an opportunity Ode attempt to recover ball for fair catch If m...

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