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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 February 1929

nB'ltfJ& T'fifrfE TtbW jKC&ET iUx Basketball Team Has G CAPTAIN HICKS HODGES WRIGHT AND BOYD END CAREERS: NEW MEN LOOK GOOD ' SEASON ENDS A number of good basketball players have been developed by Coach Chcaney during the 1929 season. Handicapped by Incxpcr- lance and by a late start the Yo'l. low Jacket basketeers have work- ed hard and while making only a fair record for the season have developed Into a formidable team. Four of the Yellow Jackets are finishing their last season on the court and will be sorely missed. All of the others are expected back next year and with the experience gained this year should rank high In the 1930 Texas Conference race. The four ctcrans who are fin- ishing their careers as Yellow Jackets are Captain Damon Hicks Midnight Hodges Claude Boyd and BUI Wright. Hicks as cap- tion has led the team satisfactori- ly and has played a good game on both offense and defense. He Is p'laylng his fourth year on the squad having played two years as a substi...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 21 February 1929

mi wtri TU I0WAI1 lATIB TBXOW JACKET Business Students Show Progress This Term Journalism Course" ' This Term a Success It has been some three months lace the commercial department of Howard Payne burst Into print In the Yellow Jackots-a long time for us to keep quiet. But folks we've been busy no grass growing under our feet nor moss on our backs. From present Indications we'll be busier this week and next no need to mention the reason. Realljr If It didn't sound like we were boasting we'd give a list of our present enrollment It's something to be proud of both In n.umber and In quality. For In. stance there's but why show artiatlty by naming him and not naming all the others and that would take mora than our share of apaca. But It wouldn't be boasting to mention the achievements of some of our recent students who are working. One Is In the bookkeep log department at Walker-Smith's three are doing clerical work In offices In the courthouse and one recently resigned from a combina- ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1929

4to yWH'VfvV wviWwvvvtr t - yTiiTJi YHIO SPRING TERM BEGINS MARCH 4tK ri SEE "THE RIVALS" MONDAY ; -v4 Ok5C& & YOL. XV. If 0.21 BROWNWOOD TEXAS PEBBUAET 28 1929 PllOSfe I Ttinu Trie I eoiToirS'WiNsowB And the old grind starts again. We had somewhat of a rest last week and must say that we enjoy ed It to the limit. However we are glad to get back on the job and begin to get the old sheet out again. How did you like 'The Pasty"? That was by tar the best play that has been presented here this season by local talent. The cast were well selected and each did his or her best to put the play oer In the matter that It should be. It is possible that the players will present "The Patsy" here again before the spring comes to a close. If you would like to see the play again merely mention1 the fact to some member of the cast and It will aid in getting the play presented again. Such weather we have never seen before. The sun shining bright and warm one day and then the next day rain will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1929

Vgfr-ff tr fi$yr not tws TIE H0WA1D PAYNR-YELLOW JACKET V4 ACKET Knlered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class teTtntffftlcr; DORMITORY NOTES Published Kvcry Thursday 3Y THE STANDARD PRINTING COMPANY Subscription Rates:' frer Tear $1.60 Per Term COc Hc Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Pan6 College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a pirt of the student nctivlt. CECIL BROWN . ILOYD W. NIXON- . ndltor-ln-Chlif Business Manager STINGS From the Jacket CHECKING OUT OF COLLEGE There has not been much in citement In the dormitory the past few days other than a few stacked rooms exchange of pic tures and strange white headed women walking through the hall around midnight. Somebody stacked Mrs. Rice's room Siturda night. No longer can she say that she doesn't know what it Is to walk Into a room turned upside down Mary Jo Ins a new picture and some one said they thought she must have the S A Wonder if she Ins told h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1929

THMWAlir.YlW'TELLOVJAr- Season iaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT; I Basketball Is Over Ufa aafttfffifcy JBEB JN FBI IV Loboes' Take Second Gamefrom Jackets ByOnePdint SM$pTE0 Wolf and Hodges 'Are Stars in uast liame of Alpine Series The Hdward Payne Yellow Jack- ets have completed their 1920 basketball season and did so with a win from the Loboes ot Sul Ross State-cTachers College of Alpine The Jackets played a three game series In Alpine as a climax to theif 102& season and won two games ot the three. The Jackets won the first game 33 to 28 lost thetecond game -42 to 41 and won the lasirgane 41 to 83. The 'Yellow Jackets hare had only a mediocre season this year winning only three conference games out of ten played however the Texas conference had some of the best basketball quintets that It has known since the organiza tion some two or three years ago Ot the non-conference games the Jackets have won two and lost three. Two games were lost to Oklahoma and one to Sul Ross. In the first ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 28 February 1929

Ml sn mwam tttn nut ucdt itt in:. v J h V - MAY HIGH SCHOOL WINS BI-DISTRICT TITLE LIST T May High School's basketball team champs ot Brown countr as well as ot District IS Texas In- terscholastlc League added anoth- er title to their string Friday night by trouncing the San Angelo High School quintet In the game that decided the bt-distrlct cham- pionship ot Districts 13 and 18. May was on the long end ot the final count ot 24-11 this victory giving the boys from up county the right to compete in the annual state high school basketball tourn. ament at College Station March 8 and 9. With Miller and Burnett play tng In rare form May was able to take an early lead and Increase the advantage gained throughout the game completely outclassing the Tom Green county boys In every department ot play. Miller led both teams In scoring with even dozen counters and Burnett chief cause of May's worries the past week counted eight times to cop second honors In addition to this Burnett came through...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 April 1929

mm AUhl "t.'J-J u SUPPORT Y.J. ADVERTISERS ELECTION DAY MAY 7 VOL. XV. HO. 25 I Timu me I eoiroirs window! . Who arc you going; to vote for In the election on May the seven- th? That qucbtlon can bo heard from every angle and It should be heard because It Is a very Im- portant qucition of the cnmiuis at the present time. Nominations have been made and tho campaign Tor student- body officers for the forthcoming year as well as heads of the two college publications and chief yell leader. Who shall fill thoto offices for the coming year will be decided on Tuesday after tho first Monday In May which happens lo be Miiy the seventh. Boost your candidate to win and lctn have a good hot peppy campaign tl will be a short one but a campaign that Is due to be full of intercut. We are booating our candidates; and believe that .-.onic of them 'are going to win. Yes we would tell you who they arc but you probably know them anyway so what is the use of waiting the space. Wo would like to hay this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 April 1929

rioi fwt Tit HOWARD FAtHE TE1LOW JACKET Bmm ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as socoud class ail Baiter Published hvery Thursday BY THE STANDAHD PBlNTINO COMPANY Bubscrlptlom Rates Fer Tear $1 50 Per Term 50c Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist Col left at Brownwood Texan ns r part of the student activity EXCHANGES i lid to completion but Boss will Hind about six students a much larger delegation than ccr be 'fore to tin annual convention of the Texas Intcreollilitc Press Asoclntlon which will bo held for two tlavs next week In bllenc with Simmons C C nnd Mc Murry being the hos.ts to the con cntlon delegates Stil Boss Skv I Ine riie numbers of the Semite Hn nnce Commltte and tin House Ap proprlatlons (ommitlc ipicsncd a desire to nl 1 C I as nituh ns Is possible with tin j illnblc funds whli li tin it Hull disposal when tin v vlslttil hole batuidis to Insput tin needs of the state ' llL M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 April 1929

m M' AM TEXASUNIVERSITYWINSMEET I PAYNE Sf MEET With Captain Nig McCarvcr felntilng eighteen point for high honors of the meet the Howard Payne Yellow Jacket placed sec- ond In the fire Bided meet at Aua. tin last Saturday. Texas Unlvcr. 8lty becansc of the consistency of points' won marked the highest score In the meet 61 2-5 points while Howard Payne scored 66 1.5 points only a short distance behind the Steers. The Yellow Jackets looked well against tho Southwest Conference team and was superior to the two Texas Conference teams and the T. t. A. A. team which participat- ed In the meet. Hlg McCarvcr was followed In points scored by Young of South western who won eleven points. Young Is a One athlete and cspc- daily la he good In the hurdle races. It waft tho relay race that real- ly won the meet for the Long- horns. The relay team stepping out and covering the distance In 3 minutes and 27 seconds a re. tnarkable time. Howard Payne finished third In the relay but only a week previo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 25 April 1929

ins row tv m iwau nm imam nam MESQUITE KNOTT BALL CLUB ON DISPLAY AT WINCHESTER STORE Winchester Store has a real at- traction In their show windows to. day and before rending further we would advise that this Is not an advertisement for the store that Walter Watson and Fred Mc. Culler operate. In fact this is not an advertisement. E. O. Wells of Blanket rural route No. 2 has manufactured a baseball tcom rather teams from mesquite knotts and this team Is o n display at the Winchester Store. Whether Mr. Wells Is a big league ball player used to be or wilt be it can be truthfully said that he has created somewhat of a novelty In the way of baseball teams. Mr. Wells has taken mesquite knotts and from those has made players necessary for a regulation ball game with nine players to the side and In addition has fitted up one of the mesquite knott players as an umpire. This novel team may bo seen at the Winchester store engaging In Teal ball gamo. As the g.ima now stands there are two runn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 May 1929

MKET mio May Fete Tonight at 7:15 ELECTION DAY MAY 7 nreilt VOL XV NO 26 BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 2 1929 v m SHHyRSssaaBaV I I Timu the I I I CDITOn WINDOW Another wtck and moil work than ever before There only re mains three more weeks for us to tii like or flunk some courses so my advice to many of the slu dents would be this study liar (I burn some mid night oil and pass vour course because It would be hard to go home this summer and tell the folks that ou failed dur Ing the Sprint' term Fxams arc to come on May 11 and 24 with comnuncimcnt on .'Jnd Academy commencement will come on tin morning of May Jl at the regular chapel hours and a good speaker has been se cured to dcllvei the address The speakers for tilt Senior commence ment have been secured and thev are good ones Dr Holcoinbe and Rev McClunf riiut is all In tht futuu but lific is one thini tint is not in the future That Is tht track meet today with tin towhovs of Simmons Unhrrsllj Miny of ou have this tdci In your head iou an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 May 1929

tootrwt TIE KOffAU) PATHS TEU.OW JACKET mi lliVHHUI aCKET JCntcre4 a' the post office ut Bronnwood Texas us second class Mil matter. Published Kvcry Thursday BY TUB STANDAUD PRINTING COMPANY Subscription Hates Fe Tear 1 60 Per Term COc "r.&.. Charter Members lexis Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and fur Howard Ptync College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas is a part of the student actlvltj CECIL MOWN- Editor In Chief HOW KUCK DO YOU THINK OF YOUR COLLEGE? How wui.li do jou think ot jour tullcgc ' Th it Is 1 jood nurs Hon to ask ournclf Hut It jou ask joursclf the question will win Ire able to answer it iuitncdhtcly and turrcitlj ' Meditate on the uhjett ind then lr to think how ninth you EXCHANGES 'Our Vnrslt' tlie music mil words ot which were written liv Joseph M Evans 'on is the name of tho pons that was presented to the llalor Mndtntcs and exes who gathered list night in the I uhirslty cafetcrli for the annu- al Wicoltivlm hniuiuct The tiauquit held h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 May 1929

IK VQWAULftflE JTSUQW JACWT HXIBIM& aaa JACKETS ARE ACTORS FRI. No Records Shattered A Jacket Defeat Southwestern Coach 'cap Shcllon and his group ot Yellow Jackets returned last Friday . night .from Georgetown whore they met and defeated the Pirates of Southwestern Unlvcr- alty In a track meet on Friday. The final results ot the meet were Howard Payne 67 1.2 points while the Pirates scored 49 1.2 points. No records were destroyed and apparently the Jackets loafed through the meet because all of the times were slow and the dis- tances abort In the field events. Nie - McCarver captain ot the track team was high point man ot the meet with 18 points to his credit made with three first and ono second place. McCarver took first In tho century the 220 yard dash the 220 yard low hurdles and second in the 120 yard high hurdles. Key of tho Yellow Jack. ota scored 10 points winning first In' both the 440 yard run and the 880 yard run O. Smith ot Southwestern took first In tho broad JUmp a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 May 1929

f A IOTI m xowabd firm txllow tacxe Godbold And Taylor Attend Meeting Dr. Edgar Oodbold president and Thos. H. Taylor dean ot How. ard Payne were In Dallas Friday and Saturday representing this college at the annual meeting ot the Texas Association of Colleges. According to Dr. Oodbold one of the m o b t Important matters brought before the association was that of the new lnw requir- ing all teachers to have a special course In the study ot the consti- tution ot the United States. The association resolved to ask the legislature to postpone this law from going Into effect In June un- til next September In order to give the colleges more time to pre pare their curriculum. Sunday Dr. Oodbold spoke at Cisco and Rising Star In the inter csts of Howard Payne. Monday he Bpokc at Itlsing Star und Dc Leon High Schools. MBS. BOTTOMS MAY BECOME LARGEST GIVER AMONG SOUTHEBN BAPTISTS If the Home Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention finds It possible to accept the con. ditlonal gift o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1929

JZe&M&K mio AlKhl 1 SEND TRACK TEAM TWO WEEKS UNTIL TELEGRAMS EXAMS VOL XV. WO. 27 BEOWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 9 1929 PUOXIe I THRU THE I CDIT0R3 WINDOW EH Whooplet That lcmlnds us that the Howard Payne Players made whooptc at the Mulberry Room of the Southern Hotel last Tuesday night. With Spike Rich- ards as toastmastcr the annual Dramatic Club Banquet was stag- ed with practically every mem- ber; of the club present. Whooptc' And this time that word reminds us that school will be out soon and wc will be leav- ing the old institution never to return as a student provided fate Is good to us and our teacher passes ui in the three subjects that we arq taking Wc regiet to leave Howartl Payne but It must be. After one stays around Howard Payne as long as wc have he be- gins to seem a permanent fixture of the campus Five years is a long time to spend in one school and that Is the amount of time that we have been here Only three other students In school now have been steady members of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1929

f AQI TWO HOWMf itUl' TEUOW JACKET !' WtoMW ACKET ICntcrcd at the post office nl Brownwood Tcxttu aa utcoud class all matter. Published Kvery Thursday BY THE STANDARD PMNTINU COMPANY Subscription Hates: Far tear 1 WL $1.50 . COc Chatter Members Texas Intcrcollegliitc Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texus as a part of the student activity. CECIL BIOWN- Kditor-lu-Chlef Senior Day Will Be Next Week On Tuesday of next week Sen- ior Day will be obxerved by the Seniors of this Institution. This is an annual occasion for the (irnduatiliK Class every SprlnR. The Seniors aim to give a pro- gram in Chapel on that day and after that there is to be u picnic at 1'lal Hock Crossing which will Inst for the rest of the day. Dr. Oodbold could not be Inter- viewed to give his sanction of the matter) because out of town busi- ness at the time of writing but it Is thought that upon his return he will readily agrcq to the date. there?" Emo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1929

THE'HOWAID MTHE'.TlLIOW JACKET MM Till ittliHn unulit fflIfK. OdM B&aln Howard Payne has triumphed over her bitter rival Simmons 'University. The How ard .Payne Yellow Jackets trim- medttho Cowboys of Simmons Uni- versity in a. dual track meet la3t Thursday afternoon 76 1-3 to 40 2-3 a decisive victory. It has been a long time since the Cowboys defeated the Jackets Mn track by as great a score as the Jackets defeated the Cow haads last Thursday and Howard Payne students hope that there will never come a day when the Cowhands Will accomplish such a deed. It was the last athletic combat between the two schools for the present year except the 'Texas Conference Track meet which will be held in Austin tomorrow. How- ard Payno could not let the Cow- boys' win and did not thus win- ning two of the three athletic en- counters from Simmons tor the present school year. Big Upset The big upset of tnc mcca came when "Uncle Joe" 8mlth husky blonde athlete from the Abilene school won the disc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 May 1929

mi ton VMM IOW1RD Mill YXLLOW JIDDfl l" Dr. Oodbold has been busy all this week woflclng on the Emer- gency Fund for Howard Payne. He was at Balllnger Sunday morn- ing where he raised over $400. Sunday evening he was In Coman che where he made arrangements for Mr. Wlngo to speak. Monday morning he spoke at the meeting of the Bady Association Work- ers Conference and that evening he spoke at Coleman County Workers meetings at Coleman Junction. Tuesday evening he spoke again at Balllnger. Volunteer Band Holds Meeting An interesting and Inspiring meeting of the Volunteer Band was held Monday night with a large group of members present. Miss Georgia King the vice-president had charge of the program. Folowlng the opening prayer by Mr. Trussel Lucille March- banks lead the devotion and the sdng ''One of God's Days" was rendered by a trio composed of Leona McKlc Ed a Staton and Mrs. Trussel. The lives of two missionaries were given by members of the band: The Life of Mrs. Appleby the autho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 September 1929

? rl tt V Welcome New Students! Support Yellow Jacket Advertisers! VOL. XVI. NO. 1 HROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1929. PRICE 5c lsm sw ssl H all H all Ls iiaHsww nv 3?SH H lk H V L ... giBy thru the ff W I GDITOriS WINDOWS! It 1IIIIR Of tliO lllltOl 1 bUSluC3S( h. wuhs llil- (dun n -. il.r.o is p c CH4MPIONIN niun i lit bu-iiu- uMiiui in-irl. . v.. rirt.tviriy.111 hun n-U 1 to tilt dili-i of thl- i 11 thin ml nil nihil- until nil iilltin li is In i n (he Ucl 1 tin -.till tit lol Hi poor Mini 1- J n t il mt ilinl In usi f Hit lc-ionllilllf tint no ( ne il-c i HI t il i Hi li - tl in i r i imii ml low hilpim him lit Ik ill ln- io di in tiji "ml down tin -h p- 1 1 il In.: r i i( s Itdii-. mi 1 in I. i a in nut his - lis ill - ilolu.' it thin i- m oik wlici I- willln t lit lit mil ncchi TM.ilitn 1 ll linn!.- fi i linn llil lot him (imp In tin Inmi "mik Itim i r tin i dloi Tuld mil mill I mm n 111- ml i u cntlnii- this iflunmn l i (lntll Hi it i 111 not tin wild i tint the liil (...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 September 1929

teffc- Wf" f$t$xpZ tfin Page Two The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket mOYKJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownuood Texas as second- class mail matter. Published Every Thursday BY THE BROWNWOOD PRINTING COMPANY Subscription Rates: Per Year $1.50 Per Term 50 J? Charter Members Texas Intel colli giate Press Association. Published by and for Howard Payne College. Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. LAMAR FLOYD Bi Mc REPAIRS MADE ON THE DORMS DURING AUGUST Hilt ln tin- iiimitli nf Ausitt Hindi woik a flnnc itliont tin two iIimiiiI- tin let In .n pmntlon for Hits ii' ( v(lll I'.ilntlti;.' .mil it ihili woik n iliiuc mi tin- fm nit lire iitnl fixture. f l In jiliK' ilnriiiltiu.x. Tlii" kltilii'ti pmlrj mill iliiiiii1.' KHUii ncrc voiiuil (oiii- lilitih iitnl the slink ui ii'tilniNticil iimli'i IIm illu'itliin ni Mi M. t: Cn.ilix. tln m illititl.in. .i w itiiipis mill innttti-.i foil ii i I'd Hi- uiik iln'ii In tlii' inui'i iliniiil. lull llttll klll...

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