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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1928

i if j. s ? rtm 4 adrV piiiiiwiS o !??. d a THE HOWARD PAYHE YELLOW JACKET " inrqK i T"" r- PAfS NETTERSWIN FROM BOBCATS Displaying n varied attack nt tantalizing chops nnd fast twist- ing: drives Coach T. It Havlns' four tennis stars defeated the San Marcos College plnjcrs in fio matches out of five on last Trl- day The matches showed Uic Jackets to bo supreme in every department of the game the ere dlt going to Coach Hnvlns al- though the San Marcos players played hard at all times Harold Canady nnd Jeff Davis were lead Ing by a set in the sixth match when darkness intenened to pre- vent the finish In the singles Murray Canady dtfeated Aschley C 1 6 2 Mut- ray's drives were rubbing out the lines when lie passed Ashley at the net and his services was tak- ing a sharp rebound fiom the court both of which resulted In the loss of only tiircc gimcs Harold Camdy detcitcd Clove land 6 2 in the first hot with Cleveland hitting his stride tu take the set mid at S ? the I itlcr being one of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 April 1928

noipon rmmrmr (EH I0WA1D PATHS YEILOW JACKET "wwi ? E In a clou; election held Monday morning In chapel MIhs Ola Mr Donald was elected Howard Payne Duchess to the annual Brown- wood Pure Food Show which Is lo be held here soon. There were three nominees for the honor Misses Mary Alyce Watson Ola McDonald and Turk Eaton. Every candidate received a large vote but Miss McDonald's majority was great enough to make It unnecessary to make o close count. Since tho President ot the stu- dent body was away on a trip Mr Oran field helir the election. Miss McDonald will have tho privilege of choosing her own mald-of-hon- "WITHOUI THANKS." Mary and Geneva went home once and Lulu Jo didn't. Some- thing unusual. Pauline Smith and Vera Shef- field spent tho week-end out in town. But the uppers found the little signs Betoro the sun woh shining As they cannot find their lovel lines The Freshmen now are pining. LYRIC Today and Friday "THE GAUCHO" " WITH ' FAIRBANKS IN THE TITLE ROLE Phillip Yeates we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1928

frowArofl lm.B I iM tt m ItLLUVWJAC m SOPHOMORE : . EDITION BEAT THOSE PIRATES VOI XIV. NO 28 E P. SENIOR DAY PROVES BIG EVENT; DIGNITARIES OF HP HAVE SENIOR DAY Just as Iliorc U In every school yeat imp il iv foi tlio Iro1iincn to Think the) in tin big stuff so llipie Is alw ivs i da) for tho sen iors to toot theli own lioms Th it tl iv ramp tills ph on last Widnisilav April -'I l. nlnr lliv in mnllnl iftiir ... i i. Ik cun with a whoop ind i uisli Wtdnostlax morning ilioiit tight II I lot k XvllPll tllP allgllst tippet tltiasHiiun appeal oil on tin lam pus cl id in nvpialls ipioii" fin liuni iIipsscs anil striw hats ami I sun honnpts Not sitlsfled with I taking i liotlil i lor tlitmselvivs i unl tlit poki il tlult nosts Into I prictlortll evei) ilisstoom mil ptrlotiiKil Midi qtiiei intits on tin cainpiih th it it Ijpi inu next to impossihli foi oven honest pio I pip to study Thp ohapt I ppt iod w is almost entirclv then ovir to the sin inrs a ver) iuiiitu. pioM'itii ln ing hem ana...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1928

PAGE TWO THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THE YELLOW JACKET Austin Avenue May ce wiaenea is view of Council Prexy Entfrcil at to imit offlrc at Urnwnwood Ti ii 11 second i1t? mall matter. PuhllMnd Kcrv Tinned i Subscription Kites Per "Vrai . $1 50 Per Term . SUc Charter Minibus liii ItiterralleKi itc I'n si Ai million i'tibllsliul l .iml foi tlie How-mi I' inu ( cilli j( i nioi HiptMt Colltuc Jt Hnnwiwiod liT5 is i put (it tin sliidiiit ullit HERBERT LEWIS LLOYD W NIXON Editoi Assistant Ltlttoi Business Manaei I dilm In Chief Huslm M unii r STAFF TOR THIS ISSUE Moms H Riclmids Ralph Fisliet Biool.s kuh ATHLETIC WHY NOT LITERARY. 'I Ik iitiislloii (r wlilinltiR Alls tin m urn ftotn risk to Ciiitn A( lllll s Willi h will lllMlhl s . (111 l( I l (if tin IlilplIM III lluu mil I'iMii ( oIIim Ii is tj till Ik i n IMiMll I III pi III IS IllOtlirllt up nt tin uniting hi ili ( In ( lllllll II I IHstl IV l i IlillK A inn mtttci w is ipimiiitiil In (oiin r u ill) llnw ml 1' imii in n irud I" tin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1928

PAGE THEE ' Jackets Host to Interscholastic Leaguers THE HOWARD PAYNE YEIIOW JACKET KTSWW Tl CK MEET . ONE EAME ON The district liitprsclioHstlr track and field meet which was poRtpoued from Siturday April 14 on uicctunt of inclcnirnt windi- er was held Inst Saturiln April 21 tinder the direction of I Horace ' Cap Shelton of Howard Payne The college wjs host to a numbci of the lsliors Frlila night From the standpoint of Howard Payne College and liu Interests the meet was it decided success The meet w is won this eir b Drown wood IIIrIi if Id lining been toppid toi the two prccnling vears b RUhland Spilns lllfji School It lllihland hid won IiIrIi honors ip;aln this ir Hit school would line htin intitlid to permanent possession of Hit lolnK tup nrnwnwtiotl llikh howextr stored somi flit con points moie than lis nt nest torn petitor achlelnK i tot il of II lioints Johnson from (iitMInt was IiIrIi point in in of tin met t Drown wood Richland spring and Cnldthw iltc battled on thnut equa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 April 1928

HOB WW - """ wDPii !' TIE I0WA1D PAYNE YELLOW JACKET KING ANNUS REX CROWNS QUEEN FLORA (Continued fnim page 1) Flre-Crockers. tady Rosa of the Hoiihc of Hill Ducliesa or AllRUit followed hpr sister July and was ttccom- pained by a group of liutliDM frogs tennti plnvers Rolfcra nntl fisher-bojH. One of the most spoctiiuilnr Scenes of the entire pjRinnl was the entrance of tlie "Moon-Ood- iless" Mary Beth Sawyer with her escort Ml. tlene Day. Kn- tering on a float representing the cresent moon In which she sat the Goddess met her escort In the renter of the com t and wutt7cd with htm to the foot of the throne of the Ilovnl Prcvcme The or ohtstra plavrcl and Mr. Morgan Hall sang "Sliver Moon ' while th OortdPMi and her iortun.ite i senrt danced tn the throne Star Maidens attended the (!od- dess of the Moon Autumn came with its dancing leaves and sluclovvs Mis l.on Smith's (lass ot .ustlietlc dancers plaed the loles of "D.iming J.f.irt and Twilight Shadows" Ducluss Septemlter l.adv Jl.u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1928

s SEND TELEGRAMS TO TRACK TEAM VOL. XIV NO. 29 T.Lf.1 HUGESUCGESS; DELEGATE TIB WEES II IllfK W ill gooojtalks CIA Is Winner of Newspaper Award Win Other Prizes The nnnual Texas Intercollegi- ate Press Association Coin cut Ion was bold with the Canjon State Teachers College last Friday and Saturday with sixteen schools and colleges represented and nearly Blxty delegates were pres- ent. The program colored a peri- od of two days and they wore full days Friday was deottd to reg- Istrartlon and to getting ac- quainted. The convention opened at nine o'clock Friday with the registra- tion of delegates and the assign- ment of homes for the visitor. Tho opening proper was at ten o'clock when Delmar Ashworth president of the Texas Intercolle- giate Press Association introduced Dr. Hill president of Canyon Nor- mal who delivered a we looming address to the visiting delegates and offered them tho hospitality of Canjon for the two dajs th.it they were to bo there. Bobort AVhlpkey editor of tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1928

PJKJE.TWO inn'Miiiw.i'r m.'wmvmm wwwmn THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET THE YELLOW JACKET li Entered at te post office at Hrownwood Texas as second class mll1toiUr 1 Published Every Thursday LJj btibscrlptlon Itatca Per leir SI 50 Per Term . 60c t Charter Verniers Texa? Intercollegiate Press Association Published by jui! for the Howard Payne College Senior Haptlst College at Urovvnvvooil Tea ai a part of the student activity HERBERT LEWIS 'tor In Chief LXOYB W NIXON . Uustuesi I irnf.tr STAFF FOR THIS ISSUE Business Managei Editoi Low ell Burleson Cecil Biown STUDENT ATTITUDE TOWARD ATHLETICS JUNIOR CLASS IS ACTIVE ON CAMPUS (Continued ftom page 1) another luntor who Is prominent In debatci is Oren ( handler who ln been teamed with Ikn Divld ino"! of the eison and lins had a iimked degree of success With this before one on readily see tint without the Junior Class there would not have been man dolntes In Howard Pavne this eir Not onlv docs the Tunlor OItsb line prominent members in At...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1928

PAGE THE! Yellow s Trim Pirates In Dual Meet THE HOWARD PAT1TE YELLOW JACKET ' mvm Jacket; s SATURDAY Urban Stars Jackets" Win Meet by Easy Score Off Pirates Although they lost to the Southwestern Pirates in football auil split with them in basket- ball the How aril Payne Yellow Jackets won a decisive ictory over them In the dual track meet between the two colleges last Sat- urday afternoon at Howard Payne Park the filial score being 85 V4 to 354 In faor of the Yellow Jackets The Jackets jumped into the lead at the start of the meet and were In no danger of losing the meet after the first few events had been run although the Pi- rates presented a formidable at- tack and fought until the last race bad been run. Captain Vic Urban carried off high point honors of the meet with 17U points to his credit made with tvo first places in the broad Jump and discus two sec- ond places one In the hundred ard dash and the other in the javelin and a member of the winning rejay team. Next In line w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 May 1928

MGEPOUK ""' THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET - PUNS FOR SUMMER IS "We will have the same sort of school this summei as c li.ivo In the winter nntl It will count just as much toward graduation as work done In any other term" said Dr. E (iodliold president of the college some time ago. In most Institutions Dr. !od- bold went on to explain there is usually n great deal of different c in the wlntir term's work and that done In the summer session but he na In Howard Payne there Is no such difference due to the fact tli.it there nrc foui penly dhlded terms While the summer term Is only ten weeks In length there Is .is much actual class time ttpi nt .is In the regului school terms dur- ing the fall winter and spring The sumnici term runs six das In the week making sixty full class days ' Work In all depirtments will Ko on as usual In the college. In the Fine Arts dipirtment which will hae class Im onlv six wetks during tlu coming summer turn special work will he done. Intcn- hIh effort on th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1928

SENIOR EDITION YELLOWW AG KET BUY YOUR LASSO TODAY SEND TELEGRAMS TO TRACK TEAM VOL. XIV. MO. 30 BR0WNW00D TEXAS MAY 10 1928 PRICE So LASSO HAS DEDICATION TO SHELTON Stating that her undying efforts and splendid support as well as the sportsmanship shown during the entire Hchool )ear and through out all her period of service to the college. Jack Agee editor of the 1928 'Lasso' dedicated the ear book of this vear to Miss Annie Khelton History professor In the Lcollege The dedication was read chapel Widnesda morning fol- kwlng a few remarks liy .Mr borne ot the graduate work done Ithe Professor of History has completed In George Wash- kon University. :e dedication came as a great llse to the pleasant faced lor she said as she accepted look from the editor. Mowing the brief speech made I. Agee Miss Shelton cxpress- 1 gratitude to the staff of the IV and to the Senior Class as iup for the honor that they bestowed upon her. take this" she said "as an I at Ion that you have confl- in me a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1928

"V.T. !- n -t ? 11 ttiT"Mu..A u 5. FAGE TWO in KJ3E Tjpt IflWAM) ?AYKE YELLOW J ACKE' THE YELLOW JACKET eecus as leconoVclass Enteric! at tc post office at Brownwood T mall 'tnntttr j rulillslnd Every Thursday Subscription Kates Per Year $1 SO tr Tarin 60c . i . Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published b) and for the Howard Payne College Senior Daptlst College at Brownwood Texas as a part ot the student activity. HERBEET LEWIS Editor-in-Chief LLOTD W. NIXON - . nutncs MnnnBir Jack Agee Aubry Qoss Bep'orterir STAFF FOR THIS ISSUE Editor Business Managei Members of the Senior Class LET'S TRY THIS! For a number of years the Yellow Jack- ets have been among- the headliners in the sporting world of the Texas Conference and are always the best coached and most feared team of any of the teams that make up the Conference. Last year one game lost the championship for us as was the case the year before. This year the same thing- happened and we had the same type of sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1928

THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET rsvJ PAGE TIKr n PITESME bmii1 The old ttry book talc came true in the- opening game of the two game series between the laek- ets anil the Pirates when there were three meh on In the ninth and two ouIb with three balls anil two strikes on Mlkulik and then sent one to the center field for . home run and the winning score There was much hitting in each the two games on both sides first game there were twon- Lthree hits and in the second there were twenty hits (lelby Jobes ended his baseball trlth the Jackets In these games Shemy tried to ream and get that home run In of the games but oub made j third. We regret to see s go Lmls also ended his cmohing Ii Howard Payne too in these i games. We arc loosing much bn we loose Dad yet we hope he will hap gie.it success in nan where he will be next the opening game the Jaek- ptarted the scoring In the first and in the other game the ps opened up with two runs first Then the Jackets with one The opening vas a swap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 May 1928

noipotn mr-w. THE HOWABD TAYNE YELLOW JACKET " 5; INTRODUCING Mil. W. .1. OAYDEN By Lloyd W. Nixon Got A. B. Here. Mr. (Iiixtcn looked up from a ' nllp or paper ho was legurdliiR w 1th Interest. "I received my A. 11. from Howard Payne" he said. "That was In 1017. Following that In the same year 1 took my I II s ilnrrmn frnm Penlioily noltece I stepped Into the Mlnnry after for Teaeheri. Reforo that In a long gallop down the hall and Iftli" I attended the University of ran directly Into the man for Texas." whom I was looking. Mr. lny- The Math l'rolossor has nc- tlen stood behind the desk turning itnliituncc with many of the lead- thru an astronomical text or so )llK mathematicians of the day.Dr. It looked to be to me and when nt.nnett or the University of this I burst Into the room he looked sl!lto na conferred with him on up with a ntilzlcal expression on ninliy nf the Important problems his face such as most Math pro-1 rnR to scholars In the Held. lessors nave me aiiuny 10 assume....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1928

tttMBBB -V. .v .m m I XHitDWlLIAC m ONE - ACT PLAYS TUESDAY NIGHT JACKETS ARE CONFERENCE ' CHAMPIONS VOL. XIV. NO. 31 BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 17 1928 PEICE So Yellow Jackets Win Conference Title COMMENCEMENT PLANS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED BLUE DEVILS ARE ON TOUR THIS WEEK BLUIBMSPK TOUR CI1G CONCERTS IN iiousirasTois Last Monday morning nt 11:00 o'clock the Blue Devil naml start- ed on its spring tour which will lncluilp towns of Southwest Tex- as. Some of the towns that will be fortunate enough to hear the lllue Devils are: Menard Junction So- nora Eldorado and Rock Springs. Director Doyle took twenty-five men with him on the trip and stated just lie fore leaving that "he was taking a well balanced band and one that was trained for concert work." Most of the play- ing dons while on the trip will be concert playing ""and only a few street parades will bo made. The only one to make the trip who is not In school here or has not been playing with the band throughout the year is Julian Ev- ans o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1928

PAGE TWO n r ' 'irrwmx -rrvrm w Tjwwpr THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET r t .4 THE YELLOW JACKET Entered at te post otflco at Uro n ood Texas as second chss mall matter Pubilsluel Eery ThurseHy Subscription Hates Per Year $1 no Pr Term GOe. iPT- i Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published b .ind for the Howard Payni College fecnlor lliptlst College ut Brownwooel Ttjs as a pirt o the student actllt Hllteir-ln Chief HiimIiios M nnfir HEBBEET LEWIS 1L0YD W. NIXON. THE NEW AMERICANISM By Americanism we mean the distinctive principle which distinguishes America irom every other nation in jthe world. It is that particular fundamental moral and spiritual structure which makes America stand out before the world as hiah priestess to the highest and noblest ideal unto which the na tions 01 the world have been strivmu 101 a.ue past; namely a keener appreciation of the true worth of the individual the sacredness and inviolability of the individual conscience with its compl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1928

& "THE HOWARD PAYNE YEIIOW JACKET " "" I WW MW WVW ' 'Vpr TFirf; page TI1EE i L f: COACH 1 Horace Shelton who c inch- ed the Yellow Jackets to their llrst Texas Conference Cluiniplon- lili In Track thl spring. "C'.ip ' worked falthfull with his ath- letcsc riio each the hest ot in- stnictlon and .is a n still the turn won the Confcience Championship giving the 'Cip' the honoi or hating coached his first Cham- pionship team In Track. ' Cap" may your team repeit next sprint? CAPTAIN ! mM ttfi K.H . W i. C 1 KtojHSRl? Vic Urban captain of Howard Payne's flrst Texas Conference Track Champions Vic holds two records In the Texas Confcicnco la a real athlete. lie has made the Jackets a toort i.iplaili and his team did something that no other Yellow laikit track turn has cvci doni and that Is win the Conference Championship by for- ty points. Vic mij jou h.ne an- other successful car next spring WINS HONORS BS&V1?: r vr.rVN USX' .rf&fewj KlUiui& lSSfiiHWiTZS "iui'rCiia i BpV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 May 1928

'I PAGE FOTTX .T 3 ic -r. rw -S V THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET JACKETS rARE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS (Continued from page one.) Suer and Shnnnon placed second and third respectively In the mile run nnd Lc Sucr took fourth In the two mllo. Wright tossed the shot hpttpr than .T) feet for first place 11 mt Iloyd took first In the Javelin throw with 112 feet 10 Inches Fisher won the high jump with little effort although the height was not much duo to the terrific downpour of (he rain. Others on the Jacket team that placed In the conference meet were Moore who took third In the high hurdles; Hodges who too third In the 4 10 ard dish and "Stovc" Notley Harrel who took third In the 220 yard dash nnd fourth In the 100 yard dash Jackets Are Champions Hy winning the meet lust Frl day the Yellow Jackets won the Texas Conference Track Cham pionship and complctid an unde- feated season something that no other track team has ccr done since Coach Shclton Ins been In charge of track .it Howard Payne ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 December 1928

C7 ';: kfSt1rKT7T "45 YELLO ? . ji. BEAT THOSE COWBOYS BEAtf SIMMONS " EDITION BROWNWOOD TEXAS DEC. 6 1828 VOL. XVI. NO. 12 nioiMi 3T Yellow Jacket Window Views Another new term hag start- ed and more work and more space to fill In the Yellow Jacket. We hope to put out a better paper this term than last because It will not be necessary for us to do nil of the 'work wc hope Have you enrolled and started meeting clonics yet? You should be through with your matricula- tion by now and hard at work with your studies. However many students have adopted the rule that they wilt not study during the first'-week or so of each new term and those that follow this plan usually And that they have not -adhered to Dr. Godbold's term message "It Is easier to keep up than to catch up." Dr. Godbold did not get to de- liver his usual term message to the students during the first chapel assembly following the opening of the winter term be- cause he was not in town and since Drlskoll Smith was not In cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 December 1928

f 401 TWt TIE HOWi PAYNE YELLOW JACKET ACKET Howard Payne Geis Slinrp nf tht T.nfn Westcott'sWiltf tintered nt tht pi st offiei at Hrownwoori wall matter Publl lied Eiery 'ihurslai CY fHB SrNf)ARD P1UNT1NG COMPANY subscriptlot iiutPt Fof Vfr frTnrra . ... . llowaid Pann ( ollifsi . i rd llucknci Oitluii' Home o Dallas ai si oml class ntp unwed i btncflcliirtes in tlio will nl ilti i "5 Woslcntt Mod ill .tlio lottnti ili!u nfilip last S-t- - jttrdni (ir piobiti ro titid t Ho Ilrownwnod llullitln in luisdn 31(111101114 edition Mi Wisleutt lit tl oi ember is and liis will ins nt di full -7 1'I27 in which ho loft IIo mil l'tyui Collide i 41ft of alifitt el-Oiti-llm imnics of $ll stock In tin Htoi iwoiid Brick X "f Tile (imp m wlttrli tocl Is nl- iimI viii lii.hli it this time mid lli ptr iltn of nidi toik Ins liirn tiinniiuicd an helm woith $100 p i shin making (lit total flfl iin in lit t ) mi mi thing of iiboilt Charter Memlicit fcxai InUnollitJiM Pre Utoilitlon s -.00 1 ho litinilrii...

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