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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 October 1930

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket PageThr IN GRCWNWOOD HOV HW E "Follow Thru" at the Lyric Several months ago Lawrence Schwab of Schwab and MancJel pro- ducers of "Good News" The New Moon" "Follow Thru" and several other outstanding Broadway musical comedies hurried to Hollywood per- sonally to supervise the Paramount production of his most recent success "Follow Thru " Accompanying Mr Schwab was Zelma O'Neal the red- headed Irish Miss who "buttoned up her overcoat" In the original show and Jack Haley her partner In fun and song. These two along with the popular Paramount co-starring them Charles Rogers and Nancy Carroll Immediately went to work on "Follow Thru" with Lawrence Schwab himself and Lloyd Corrlgan sharing the di- rector's chair. Today "Follow Thru" has been pho- tographed cut and is now ready for release. Filmed throughout in Tech- nicolor (one of the finest color jobs yet seen on the screen) "Follow Thru" emerges as gay carefre youth- ful entertainment boasting a delight- ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 October 1930

Page Four The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket COLLEGE BAND HOLDS REGULAR PRACTICE MON. Following Tito tl i i It s 1 uiiis pep session the IIiw irl 1 nnc L ind hUcl its rcgulu ttccldj M iilu ni; lit reheat sal pausing: ju t 1 n enm h to elect ofllccis Gc lgc I 1 1 et as unanimously elected imi feci cf the band foi the comliif car 1 the band appointed rne 1 H r ik 1 to be assistant direct 1 dining the absence of Prof Bohlin at an t ni" A fine relic 11 "il 1 n j d a i0 secnl new d cli rs 1 t c U The time fion r u on 1 11 tl nct home game u to 1 c - 1 1 11 1 nc up enough mus c il 1 111 b 1 1 1 1 1 iv u slioit conceit if necessiiv EDITORIAL CDDY (C nthiur 1 fion pn 1 I I TS to the tl lid c 1 ?ecu 1 ionship u 1 1 th it ih 1 theie will only ' tint nccomi inies t 1 1 strong- but it is the tn li out and asl any of the 1 1 tint were heie to s c th game t r iny ( f the 1 this cit The ill frll no unccitiin word"! How needs in iwal enih n 1 ditions mike 1 erj n he 1 is coming' In the 1 11 the uoi t d...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 October 1930

ME.M-?--m . YELLO mmj BEAT AUSTIN SMEAR SIMMONS VOL. XVII. No. 4 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 16 1930 PRICE 6c WW K!a5?figWl I SUNNS WE'RE READY v Yellow Jackets Tie San Marcos In Hard Fought Game - EditoraL What arc we going to do with Aus- tin and Simmons ? It is time that we weie beginning to talk about both games. Austin College and Simmons the two opening games of the con- ference for Howard Payne are the two strongest to our mind this year In the i ace. The only possible excep- tion which wo make is Trinity. By that we do not mean that the others are not as dangerous because any one who saw the Southwestern game last year can readily see that no team is a snap. But what we mean is this if any games are considered harder than others they must be those two - Austin and Simmons. Again what are we going to do with them? Homecoming day has been desig- nated as the Simmons game. There will undoubtedly be many old students back at the school on that day and it is our duty to make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 October 1930

Page Two The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket YELLOmJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday BY THE JONES PRINTING COMPANY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per'Year $1.50 toSFTIkSra 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. ELMO BAKER Editor-in-Cnici OSWALD DAUGHKTY Associate I'd I tor Marvin White Associate Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Managei BUD CANADY Sports fr'dltoi THIS IS WORTH YOUR SERIOUS CONSIDERATION "Over one Southern California highway during one week 322 automobiles filled with Mexican laborers and families passed northward. This is oxclu-dvu of Mexican passengers in auto stages and in trains. The railroads sometimes carry them in carload lots" reads the report of Immigration Study Commis- sion of Sacramento California in a recent bulletin issued Octo- ber 7 1930. Just what does this mean...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 October 1930

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Block That Kick! When yoar room-maie objects because you want to wear your own good-looking ties and shirts and socks instead of lending them to him . . . gently but firm- ly suggest that he do as you did stock up at the J. C. Penney store. Shirts . . . $1.49 $1.98 Tic 79c 98c Sockg 25c 49c J. C PENNEY Company Inc. PateThr ftJORTENS THE LONG- DRAG- SDr.htptrCo. ($$&? VDiIUiTex.lH IO-2&4 O'CLOCK BOTTLED BY Dr. Pepper Bottling Company Brownwood Texas SAINTS IN TIE WITH STRONG COWHAND II By Bud Canady St. Edwards up3et the hope to a certain extent when they tied the supposed strong' Simmons Cowboys last Friday night at Abilene. Neither Simmons or St. Edwards can now finish the season with a perfect rec- ord because a tie game counts a half win and a half loss. The game which ended in a scoreless tie was not mark- ed by any outstanding playing by enner team. Longest gain of the game was on a cut-back play over tackle by Sanders for 15 yards. The Co...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 October 1930

Page Four The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket CLA38IC OP WEST TEXAS . (Continued from page One) ped the Cowboys 23 - 6. This game was featured by Coach Cheaney's one hundred yard dash for a touchdown. In 1925 the Jackets again trounced the Slmmonltes featuring the won- derful playing of Capt. Bill Blsset and "Cap" McAllster. In 1926 and 1927 the Cowboys made us look very sick. However I don't contribute the victo- ries to good football being played on their part or surely not good football on our part. The 1926 game was played in Brownwood and Simmons was on the long end by a score of ustrnqm Every Seat A Cool Retreat THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "THE BIG HOUSE" with Wallace Beery Leila Hyams Chester Morris Robert Montgomery SUNDAY AND MONDAY Charles Farrell In "LILIOM" NEXT TUES. WED. THURSDAY MAURICE CHEVALIER in "PLAY BOY OF PARIS" His Latest Picture 13 6. The 1927 game was another victory for Simmons and the score was 3-0. Pittman's fleld-goal In the last of the game sewed the affair up....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 October 1930

YELLO AUVkl BEAT TRINITY BEAT TRINITY VOL. XVII. No. 5. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1930. PRICE 5c "THAT GOOD OLD HOWARD PAYNE LINE" ; PLENTY TOUGH Yellow Jackets Cop Conference Opener EditoraL EddY By Pat Rick Henry It seems that a certain Sports Edi- tor did not like the few remarks which weic made in our front page editorial last Issue and took a few exceptions to It. We quote from him: "It seems that this little college down at Brownwood as they call themselves In this inspiring bit of fiery literatuie would hardly get so hot and bothered about a school and their teams that have been defeated time after time by the 'little college.' At any rate It shows real concern on their part about the game. As for their 'Good Old Howard Payne Line we wish to beg to Inform them that we have every respect for It that any school should have and why not? We have defeated them only two or pos- sibly three times out of the twelve or thittcen times that the two schools have met." Now in an...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 October 1930

frage Two The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket ' TLLOWtJACKET What Others Say About It Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday BY THE JONES PRINTING COMPANY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1-50 & 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. ELMO BAKER Editor-in-Chlcl OSWALD DAUGHETY Associate 1 Uttor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager BUD CANADY . Sports fc'dltor ON TO A CHAMPIONSHIP VIA TRINITY Trinity is next! Victory? Both are important in the coming championship for the Jackets. Trinity is boasting out loud as the saying goes that she will spoil Howard Payne's chan- ces for a third title which she certainly has the power to do this year having the best team that we have ever read about or seen. But even at that we think the Howard Payne Spirit when at its proper heights cannot be beaten. This was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 October 1930

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket If Your 8hoet Need Repairing J See 1 CHARLES L. FAULKENBURY at J. P. Nunley Shoe 8hop Across Street from P. O. Ask Any Smart Co-ed Where's the best place to buy: and she'll say' J. C PENNEY Company Inc. Page Three Club Pictures Work Starts On Yearbook Club picture making has commenc ed upon the Lasso annual publication of Howard Payne College with the clubs Brownwood High School. Run- nels County Club and Preacher's Council scheduled to be first. Inten- tions were good Wednesday morning by The Lasso staff to make the first three then but from a very reliable source it was learned that Mr. Mc- Lean staff photographer was unable to get his car started In time to make the date. However things will get under way Thursday some time dur- ing the afternoon as It was decided that the afternoon sun would not cast any shadow upon the Mlms building. Each day finds The Lasso one more step towards completion now that everything has been thoroughly or- ganized and C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 October 1930

Page Four The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket HOWARD PAYNE (Continued from page One) kle. McQueen punted 37 yards to San- ders and he returned 2. Simmons ball on own 28 yard line. Marshall could not gain over Glasscock at center. Sanders uncorked the longest punt of the eame with a 6 Oyard boot to McCarver who failed to return. HPC ball on their own 18 yard line. Masur gained 2 yards In two attempts at left guard. McQueen punted 40 yards to Sanders who returned 5. Simmons ban on their own 46 yard line. Davenport lost 4 at left tackle. Sanders could not budge Bettis at left guard. San- ders punted 35 yards to McCarver who returned 5. HPC ball on their own 30 yard line. Baker picked up 5 yards at left tackle. Glbbs could not gain ut the same place. Second Quarter HPC penalized 5 for offside. Nig made 1 yaid at right tackle. Baker's pass to McCarver was incomplete. McQueen punted SO yards and the ball was killed by Grimland on Sim- mons 18 yard line. Clark fumbled and HP recovered '011 the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 November 1930

&Alh MEMORIAL LiLi ' raio wan WE WANT THAT CHAMPIONSHIP WE WANT THAT CHAMPIONSHIP VOL. XVII. No. 6 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13 1930 PRICE 6c JACKETS ip ip & Howard Payne EditoraL EddY 4 It being the week of Armistice Day; a day that every true American re- members gladly we think of no better way to fill this column than by dis- cussing the facta that were revealed to us by a certain book that we read during the summer concerning the late world war and Germany's hand In It. This book Is titled: "The Se- crets of the German War Office" and was written by Dr. Armgaard Karl Graves a Secret Service Agent of the German government Just prior to the opening of that war. The book was published in 1914 on June the first the year that the Great War commenced. In this book the author states that the average man or woman have only a hazy concep- tion of what European Secret Service and Esponage really means and ac- complishes. He says that short stor ies novels and all such lit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 November 1930

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Two -SI . ? Entered nt the post nun. - ..t rio as wond-c i.i-s r.id r IV !i h d ! - rv T r.v tii:; jo. ''- r:;i-ir Per Yc sri;.- i:ti tiu: U you can imagh.c car fifieen minute .--essions compared to this nu ought not v i ider why we couldn't beat those boys. The lii.-l an i mna nient thac was made was by the leader of ' j-ii Is' vej) sin ; d. "All girls in the pep squad meet on the foot- .u :icM atur t.o-thirty elasses." At this jumkire the president broke in and said "Who ever r ' of one- hi .y classes much less two-thirty classes on the i.iv n are lo beat Simmons." They tell mo that the teachers and i ill. d. Kr cia;i; ovei the game more than Tic students. An. r .liiivii veiv.nls were over various alumni and stars of V p i-. hi:;. u-j i called upon for speeches. And Coach says that p .tii- lii Hie plaU'orm witli a dry eye. Tears flowed n'n !' (.!'. ! of the mosL outstanding ox-stars of the Texas .:.".' aa.i lacy weren't ashamed FOR THEY HAD THE ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 November 1930

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Three COSTON GIVES REPORT ABOUT ATLANTA TRIP The main feature of the chapel pro- gram for Thursday Nov 13 1930 was a report by Miss Lois Coston of the .second quadrennial Baptist Student Conference which met at Atlanta Ga October 31-hov ember 2 1030 Some of the high points of her con vention report are given here The special train from Texas left Dallas Wednesday October 29 at 5 15 o clock Other students were picked up at Longview thus increasing the number from Texas to more than one hundred Students from ten or fif teen or perhaps more Texas colleges and universities were on the train An assembly was called in one car the first night and a devotional ser- vice was led by Dr L U Scarborough The song ' The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You" was used as a get to gether song along the way The train arrived at Atlanta Thurs- day night October 30th and the stu- dents went at once to the First Bap tist Church where they received their home assignments badges ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 November 1930

Page Four The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Volunteer Band Makes Trip To San Saba Sun. Eight o'clock a m Sunday No- vember 9 1930 found the Volunteer Band of Howard Payne preparing to leave Brownwood for San Saba where a program was to be rendered at 11 o clock There were eight members of the Band who went to San Saba The only casualty of the entire trip was a punctured tire This casualty happened on the road to San Saba between Mullln and Goldthwalte Only about Ave minutes were lost In chang Ing tires and the Band sped onward toward their destination The Band arrived In ample time and rendered a Mission program by request or tne pastor of the church The following Is the program rendered 1 The God Given Task 2 The God Given Field Special Song 3 The God Given Message 4 The God Given Power Special Song 'Nothing Between'' The program was based upon Mat- thew 28 18-20 After the service the members of the Band were royally entertained in the homes of some of the members of the church Severa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1930

YEHO MKET WE WANT THAT CHAMPIONSHIP BEAT Southwestern BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1930 VOL. XVII. No. 7. PRICE 6c HOWARD Southwestern Vs. H.P.C. Turkey Day EditoraL EddY They the wise have said that things come in lumps but we are not wise nor claim to be. The point is this week said things have come iu ju.i.ps und from all points of the compass too. To begin with it thete has been one there has been twenty in the last few days ask us how we like Brownwood. All of which causes to express our opinion of this city through the columns of this sheet. Here it is we like Brownwood bet- ter than any place we have ever been und we have been several places in our somewhat puny life. Of course nothing to brag about but we have seen enough territory and met enough people to know what we are talking about when we say that the people in Brownwood and especially Howard Payne are not to be beaten but oh this changeable climate. It has us go ing and we don't mean maybe. Speaking of the Ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1930

Pit Two The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket ILLOIACKEI Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday BY THE JONES PRINTING COMPANY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 Charter Members Texas Interc6llegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College ai crownwooa Texas as a part ot tne student activity. ELMO BAKER Editor-in-Chief JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager OSWALD DAUGHETY Associate IMItor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADY Sports Editor THANKSGIVING DAY Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day as you already know by now but had you ever stopped to think what it really should mean to you from the standpoint of what you should be thank ful for We will wager No and why because we are only human and it is ours and your nature to only take such incidents for which we should be thankful as mere matters of course in our lives short as they sometimes are. And right there is where we should pau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1930

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Three Jackets - FOOTBALL - Pirates FOR Texas Conference Championship Thanksgiving 2:30 P. Gauie Dedicated to M rcftfliuri 'XWUi- BBBBBBBBBBMBSBBBBBBBBBBRk f'i f . L ' B SS H. P. C. - Southwestern Roster Position. No. Wt. Capt. Ray Glasscock C 1 165 Hutchinson H 2 145 Baker Q 3 170 Bettis G 4 160 Gilger G 6 195 Masur B 5 183 Grimland T 7 183 Ethridge T 8 185 Cloninger E 9 174 Scott C 10 180 McCarver H 11 188 Gibbs H 12 185 Morrow E 39 170 T. Edwards E 38 175 Weaver T 30 205 W. Schuhmann ... .B 33 165 Dean H 32 145 Little H 40 160 Chastain G 36 185 McQueen E 37 154 Underwood H 31 155 E. Schuhmann ri 29 165 Lusk E 5 185 J. Edwards T 70 185 Newsome T 11 214 Wcrley H. 28 165 Gilliam E 13 165 Smith T 17 175 Name Position Number Wt. Seamans Quarter 2 148 G- Smith Fullback 15 149 Weir Left Half 12 158 Pennington Right Half 1 136 Al'en Quarter 9 129 Terry Half 5 148 C.Thomas Fullback 14 160 Williams Left End 18 165 Aiken Left End 24 170 McClure Right End 6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1930

Pag Four The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Davis Issues Report on Work of Preachers 1. On the ministry rests heavily the duty of preaching Jesus Christ as Savior. This Is the whole substance of Gospel preaching. To know how to preach Christ as Savior and Christ only as Savior Is no small task. To prepare men for such high task Is the work of ministerial education. 2. On the ministry rests the task of keeping the faith of the gospel The great fundamental doctrines of Christianity are subjects demanding the most careful thought. Take for Instance the Deity of Christ Sin Vic ariou atonement Salvation by grace Intercession of Christ the Person and character of Christ. These are sub jects of tremendous importance and to comprehend them in such a man1 ner as to be able to Impart informa tion to the people deserves and de mands the most careful thought and thorough preparation both in Ian' guage skillful mental skill. The study of Theology is really scientific re search in the field of religi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 December 1930

l. UMvArtY vv.kf '' -:jK YELLO MKET MERRY CHRISTMAS HAPPY NEW YEAR VOL. XVII. No. 8 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 1930 PRICE 6c IlTv "I DISTRICT BUDGET MEET HELD HERE EditoraL EddY From Ye Editor Cold weather has come again and once more we had to drag out our "red flannels" as well as top-coat. This weather Is as changeable as a woman's mind neither can be helped however. There are some things which are impossible and we have already decided that these are they. About the only thing we can say for the ex- treme coldness thereof Is that it lends to the time of year the true back- ground for a typical Christmas in this part of the country. Most always where we have been at Christmas time it has been cold and we dismiss the subject by supposing that It is necessary for it to be cold again this year so that our idea of Christmas will remain Intact. Among the many things that will Le requested of the muchly overtaxed Santa there will be wishes for money various toys and perhaps g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 December 1930

Page Two The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket WLOWS&ACKFT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday BY THE JONES PRINTING COMPANY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 && Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part ot tne student activity. ELMO BAKEK Editor-in-Chief JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager OSWALD DAUGHETY Associate Wiittor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADY Sports Kdltor CHRISTMAS Christmas will soon be here; in fact it is here for Christ- mas begins when shopping commences. But that is not the point which we wish to emphasis at this moment. The fact that we wish to impress upon your minds as well as ours is simply this Christmas is altogether too close for just a goodly sum of people. There could be and there IS people here in Brownwood who will not have a Christmas unless we make one for ...

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