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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 December 1930

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Three JACKET SPORTS SCRIBE GIVES HIGHLIGHTS OF PAST CAMPAIGN ON GRIDIRON WITH COMMENTS Gives Much Our Two Coaches. Credit to Foot Ball Unequaled Record Says that Jackets Got Off to Slow Start but Soon Flashed Usual Form. By Bud Canady The 1030 football season that has just closed has to my mind been one of the most interesting and successful that I have experienced during my stay in Howard Payne The Jackets got off to a slow start but as the season got under way they developed into the strongest combi- nation that has ever represented Howard Payne College as a football unit The success of the season can be contributed to no other persons than our two excellent coaches Chea ney and Keaton Many people at the beginning of the season thought How' ard Payne would not have a chance at the title this year due to the fact that several new men must be broken into the line up to replace those who had graduated the year before How ever our coaches gradually ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 December 1930

Page-Four The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Large Group Of Burleson Students Here Pres. Taylor Addresses The H. P. Ministers A large number of the students who were at Burleson College Green- ville at the time of the closing of that Institution have entered How- ard Payne College. More complete in- formation on the group Is given In a statement furnished The Yellow Jacket by Dr. T. H. Taylor president of Howard Payne as follows: Rev. R. E. Milam field secretary of Howard Pavne collece. arrived In Brownwood Saturday night with large group of Burleson college students. This Institution closed Its doors last Friday. Rev. and Mrs. J. B Wheeler will be located In the Walker resdenco on Flsk Avenue with one group of the students and Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Aly at 816 Melwood with another group. Several girl are enter ing Howard Payne Hall. Mr. Glenn Dunn presdent of the Burleson College Ministerial Associa- tion made a talk in chapel on Mon day. Enter Into Activities "The list includes some thir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 February 1931

WALKER MEMORIAL LIBRARY mio ACKET JOURNALISM EDITION - VOL. XVII. No. 10. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1931 PRICE 5c JOURNALISM EDITION ft MUm fuPjffSip H YELLOW JACKETS RANKING IN TEXAS CONFERENCE RACE Howard Payne Host To District Basketball Meet DISTRICT BASKETBALL MEET TO BE HELD HOWARD PAYNE GY1MSII FEBRUARY 13-14 atson Goes To U. of Texas Howard Payne will bo the host to the annual Intcrscholastic League basketball tournament to be held in the Howard Payne gym February 13-1 1 to dcide the championship of Distiict No. If) which is composed of ten counties in the heart of Texas. This annual tournament his been held in the Howard Pajne gjm for the past decide ot moie Cap Shol- ton has chaige of the meet and he nlwajs manages to piovide the visit- ing teams with some place to sleep For the last two or three yeais Cap has called foi oluntcers in clnpel a free piss to all the games being giv en to the ones who will piomise to pio- vide for one or moie plajeis Sev- eral studen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 February 1931

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Two wiofld Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Per Year Charter Members Texas Intercolltgi ite Press Association Published bv. and foi Howard Pav nc College Sunoi Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as i part of the student activit ELMO BAKER JOHN ALLEN BROCK JOURNALISM STA1T Bill Griffin Brooke Smith Chiistme McNeil Nois Pishti ind Aithui Wolfe. MUSSOl IM -VS "I ROGUE ' M) WE JUMP 'Tioggit lump ' vv is tht commind and fioggit did uimp with ill due l ishnt.N md lustiness Foi mm who is taitooncd to be so old md iliuimUi" Lncle Sun pLifoimcd the deed with too much of tint thing e died ptinittialitv When i gioup of ihlii in am rov eminent -tek to piotect the all -aeied name of non citiLiis iguiT-t then own then thcie i something ndit dh wiong iOiiiLwhcie When the-e sunt men seek to piottet the dieted leputition ot some egotitie d )Owei ci i?ed monueh who Ins leuhed the point of m intun itional bulb if von pie ise in pief- ei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 February 1931

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Three Orchestra Gives Concert Sun. Evening A splendid concert was given Sun- day afternoon In the Howard Payne auditorium by the Howard Payne orchestra. J. P. Bohlin director ar- ranged a program which contained a variety of numbers holding the in- terest of the audience during the en- tire performance. Fourteen numbers made up the program Miss Maurine Buck ac- companying at the piano Among them were three marches two Waltz es. and three overtures. Miss Ima Chadwlck played a piano solo "Bcetlv hoven's Symphony" and Miss La- Verne Walker drew a chalk drawing while the orchestra played "The Old Rugged Cross." Miss Chadwlck and Mr. Bohlin played a violin duet. "Billy Sunday's Songs" arranged by Fill' more were also played by the orcheS' tra. The closing number was "Mill' tary Escort" played by the orcheS' tra. This is the first orchestra concert presented by the college since 192T when Mr. Bohlin was here before. He Is again violin instructor for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 5 February 1931

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Four Dramatic Club Plans To Have New Play Soon FOURTH TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP CHANCES SLIM "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde will be presented by the Howard Payne Players Tuesday February 17th at the Mlmms audi- torium under the directorship of An- toinette Sparks. The cast will Include: John Worthing Donald Ross. Algernon Moncrlcff Welsh Robin- son. Rev. Canon Chasuble Oswald Daughety. Mlncman a butler Ed Bailey. Ladv Bracknell Mrs. C. B. Under wood. Gwendolen Falrfay Imogene Lane Cicily Cardew La Verne Walker. Miss Prisem Mary Cross. The play is a trivial comedy farce for serious people written in the urn- ish manner and the players were se lected for their ability to portray their respective parts. Mr. Ross will be remembered for his fine perform ance of Jack Temple the hero In "Miss Temple's Telegram." Mr. Ross playes the part of a young man about town with Miss Lane as his young English fiancee. Miss Lane will be remem- bered as one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 February 1931

A0R1AL UBnARY vHALKERMEt mio MKET "The Importance of Being Earnest9- Mar. 3 "The Importance of Being Earnest" Mar. 3 VOL. XVII. No. 11. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FEBRUARY 19 1931 PRICE 5c wmifrMimaavA 1 B B amSSSaJaaaaaBaa. m H Mk tt X N $!& HOWARD PAYNE WINS "Importance DRAMATIC CLUB POSTPONES CURRENT PRODUCTION UNTIL TUESDAY. MARCH THE THIRD Delayed Because of Con- flict with Basketball Game Here Tonight. Underwood Has Part Imogene Lane will Have An Important Part in the Play Also. "Lnetetlal" With this word -the Rev. Dr. Chau- safcle played by Oswald Daughety throws his arms around the delect- able aiis Prism otherwise known as Mary Cross The above is taken from "The Im portance of Being Ernest" one of the .most amusing and witty of Oscar Wilde's plays. It will be presented in tbe4 Mima Auditottam March 3 at tt.E?SH Players imk the' dfrectldn of Miss Antyonette Sparks professor of Pub' lie Speaking-in 'Howard Payne Col lege. This production promises to be one of the' best ithat has bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 February 1931

The Howard Paynie Yellow Jacket Pag e Two wilDiittBi ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. out of the way of the fellow who has courage and sense enough to back up his course of living with the maxim which we reverse today as "The Golden Rule." The Campus Chat. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .$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 Edltor-in-Cbicl JOHN ALLKN BROCK Business Manager OSWALD DAUQHETY Associate i illtor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADT Sports Kdltor TRADITIONS Traditions make a college. This statement perhaps is oft lepeated but to how much advantage? A college can be a school or a school can be a college. The principal difference between the two is that word Tradition. Howard Payne is no exception. Howard Payne owes lust as much to tradition as she does to her...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 February 1931

J A The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket ir- r l Yellow Jackets Trounce Trinity 43-30 COMING FROM BEHIND DURING LAST EIGHT MINUTES OF PLAY JACKETS DOWN AUSTIN FIVE Kangaroo Lead at End of First Half By Good Margin. Jackets Slow Start Bragg Cloninger Whee- ler and Worley Sink a Few Putting Jackets Ahead. . By Bud Canady Coming from behind In the last eight minutes of play the Yellow Jacekts staged a rally that carried them to a 40 to 25 victory over the Austin College Kangaroos Tuesday night. The Jackets were favorites to an- nex the contest without any trouble but due to some steady ball playing on the part of the Kangaroos and some excellent guarding the Jackets were never in the lead until they went on the spree that won the game In the closing minutes of play. The Austin College squad started off well and Were soon leading by a comfortable score before the Jackets woke up and Btarted their offense go- ing. 'However the Kangaroo's de- fense was air tight and the half end- ed with the Ka...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 February 1931

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket 'Four tv UNIQUE COLLECTION OF PITCHERS DECORATE WALLS OF MRS. JONES' HOME LOCATED IN BROWNWOOD By Mary Cross Pitchers rather than pictures dec- orate1 the walls of the home of Mrs. A. P. Jones of this city. n i. Bald that the collection of Mrs. Jones better known as Mrs. "Pitch- er" Jones Is one of the most unusual to be found although It Is not the largest. She has one thousand four hundred and thirty pitchers that range from the slie of one-eighth of an inch In height to approximately two feet. This collection was started when Mrs. Jones married Mr. Jones and has been added to up until the pres- ent day. "The most unique feature of the collection" Mrs. Jones said "Is that the greater portion of the pitchers are gifts from loved ones friends mere acquaintances and even strangers have added to the collec- tion." Anybody can have plenty of pitchers If they have the money to buy them according to Mrs. Jones but she values- hers because there is some sent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 March 1931

O R "-1 F "The Importance of Being Earnest" Mar. 3 Vol. XVII. No. 12. HOWARD Howard Payne Sextette Wins Championship GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM WINS HARD FOUGHT BOUT WITH WILLIAMS HIGH TEAM Freshman Curls are Stars Throughout Game. Very Tight Game Grimland's Last Year As Basket Ball Coach Exceptional Record. The Howard Payne Girls Basket- ball team coached by "Breezy" Joel Grlmland won a hard fought battle with the Williams High girls team. The Howard Payne team was well in the lead at the end of the first quar ter. During the remaining quarter the Williams team rallied and with much line team work succeeded In tieing the game. The score was 28- 28 so the teams agreed to a three minute extra period. The fighting was superb and the teamwork was of the same quality. Two of the Howard Payne players were disqualified by fouls. These playeis were Oleta Fisher and Norene Allen. Some of the best playing was done by these girls and the best spi lit imaginable was portrayed. The outstanding pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 March 1931

tfcJ The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket Page Two YELLOVtSy M3SH ized every vuar; hut the attendance juvnility "horse-play" and general effect of bedlam do not fit into the university develop- ments. Simmons Brand. A FRESHMAN'S LAMENT Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. 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 Kdltor-ir.-rhlel . JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Mnnapci OSWALD DAUGHETY Associate i tiitor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADY Sports Kdltor FRESHMAN STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor George McClellan Business Manager LOW-DOWN ON UPPERCLASSMEN One of the drollest peculiarities of the upperelassman is his absolute lack of sophistication. If the girls who allow them- selves to be seen with certain sleek-haired glib-tongued sopho- mores could behold their esco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 March 1931

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket P Thr Bull Session (The curtain rlsea on a dainty room liberally furnished with the frills and ruffles dear to feminine hearts. Be fore the fire sits little Willie Griffin weeping copiously over a volume of "Elsie Dinsmore.") (There is a tap at the door.) Willie (blubbering): Come in. (Enter Ray "Cupid" Glasscock his blushing countenance bedewed with tears.) Ray: O-o-oh Willie I'm so upset. Really you've no idea. And all be- cause of that terrible Liz Bryson. Willie: Come come my dear Ray Tell Willie all about it. Ray: Well she took me riding .last nleht and she tried to get rough Now I'm a nice boy so I made her take me home. And she hasn't phon ed all day; (sniff!) Willie: Pure hearted as ever! You noor lad! (They fall weeping into each oth er's arms.) (There is another knock at the door and Adenoid Apples Wilson en' ters ecstasy written on his compli cated features. A. Apples: Fellows guess what The handsomest girl just spoke to me. And I gave her m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 March 1931

Page Four The Howard Eiyite Yellow Jacket College Orchestra Gives First of Concerts On next Monday night March the ninth the college orchestra will give the first of a series of three concerts to be given on consecutive Monday nights Uth 16th and 3tU. Tne pro ginm next Monday will feature Scan- dinavian music songs and dance mu- sic and should be of special Interest to students who are Interested In mu hIc history and In hearing real folk music of other nations of the long ago. Some of the numbers on this pingrum were sung and played by the Scandinavian people hundreds of years before Columbus first landed In Ameiica. The Scandinavians nave been called a singing people and their old national folk music Is considered among the best In the world. It is featured on this program for no oth- er purpose than to give our college folks and the people of the city a chance to hear this class of music which is but rarely included In public programs. The first of the Swedish songs "Wcrmland Du ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 March 1931

walkep MMOiiML Liti::.r.v YELLO MMJ SOPHOMORE EDITION SOPHOMORE EDITION Vol. XVII. No. 13. BROWNWOOD TEXAS MARCH 17 1931 PRICE 5c PRESIDENT TAYLOR'S FATHER DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS v Venerable Uppers Take Lowly Slimes to the Count PUT SLIMES IN THEIR PROPER PLACE AFTER ACCEPTING SLIME CHALLENGE FOR COURT GAME The challenge made by the slimes in regard to a basketball game was an unwise act on the part of the Fish. However what more could be ex- pected. One always has to consider the source. The stars of the freshman team were like hen's teeth. This fact be- ing made possible by the flashy bril- liant playing of all the venerable up- pers. The only thing of importance about the slimes' playing was a bit of broken field running by the one lowly J. Franklin Stubbs. Perhaps Coach Cheaney will not miss the fam- ed McCarver so much after all when the pigskin once more floats lazily through the air. The playing of Jno. D. Baker Ma- sur Hutchinson "Noisy" Fisher Hop- kins alias R Springs Ted...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 March 1931

PagTwo The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket m MLQYMJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 &c Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Brownwood Texas as a part or tne student activity. ELMO BAKER Edltor-ln-Chlcf JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager OSWALD DAUGHETY Associate hAiltor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADY Sports t'dltor SOPHOMORE STAFF Clayton Hopkins Editor Apples Wilson Business Manager SPORTSMANSHIP FOR TEACHERS Inasmuch as sportmanship and its applications to the stu- dent's life has been dicsussed in this column it would obviously be unwise to leave unmentioned sportsmanship and its practice among and by those who are teachers. Teachers if they are teachers in fact and in spirit are wor thy and noble people. The teaching profession is by far one of the noblest. The field of education and instruc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 March 1931

The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket PageThr Bangs Wins Country Meet Last Saturday The Brown County Interscholastlc League meet came to a close Satur- day evening at the Daniel Baker gym with the finals In the girls' basketball and volley ball It was a great meet and well attended with much enthu- siasm and interest in all departments Under the able direction of Supt E J. Woodward with his assistants the meet moved along with perfect ease and with the awarding of the cups county championships and other hon- ors the meet was closed All tennis honors went to the Brownwood high school they sweep- ing aside all competition The sin- gles title in the boys' division was won by Fred Ferguson who defeated George White of May in the finals 6-0 6-1. The boys' doubles was won by a Brownwood team composed of Burney Hart and Leroy Harris who defeated the Brownwood Junior high team composed of Joe Woodward and Milton Evans The girls singles was won by Frances McGee who de- feated Joy Allcorn in the fin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 17 March 1931

Page Four The Howard Payne Yellow Jacket BEDTIME STORY Scone: A gorgeously arranged liv- ing room decorated with fantastic taste. Heavy expensive drapes hang from the windows and the room Is fltled with luxurious furniture. Two bridge tables ure artistically arrang- ed In the foreground. A dimly light- ed lose bridge lamp Illuminates the attractive room. It shows plainly the touch of a feminine hand. In a heavily overstuffed chair sits Tiny Stubbs smoking a tinted Turkish vigarctte (which he no doubt bum- med.) An electric bell rings loudly and the graceful Franklo skips light- ly to a delicately tinted mother of pearl French telephone. As he rises from the chair one can see that he Is attired In a suit of baby blue silk pajjmas made in the Cossack style which is (by the way) quite popular this season. Frankie (picks up the telephone af- ter having hastily gargled his throat with llstciine): Oh hello dearie. (A pause. Oh you must hurry Jelly ol' dear. The boys would be quite put out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1931

" " WAIA1IB MCMOH.mL LI j7 ' " . Cry You OLE Cry Baby TfELLO WW pjfgW I MKET VOL. XVII. No. 14. BROWNWOOD TEXAS hPF.IL 1 1931 PRICE 5c DUNN CAUGHT jp;ii4ijp4i;$;p$;pjjp HAVINS STAMPS AND RAGES GIRLS GET HET-UP mi FEMMES DIG FRIEND'S TO ABORIGINES NO HEARTS Only Lookout For Them Is To Amass: Many a heart has been biolcca with- in the halls of the building of the edi- fice to the right. The ball is known to most people as the Girl's Dorm but to the Unfortunate Wayfarer it spells doom. Not that the girl has no right mind are anything like. But it strikes us that just as many hearts have been broken as have been made. It re minds us of the long lost brotherwho finally got married so that he would not be by himself. Some of the girls are sure peaches but some of them are the foulest balls that the sun has ever shown down upon. Now take for instance the organ!' zation known as the hoodlums. They are a bunch of girls who by the teach er's conception ma ynot at all times do Just the thing t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1931

The Howard Payne Yelloi Pag Two YHiflJAOEr Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year f 160 f 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-Chief JOHN ALLEN BROCK Buaineu Manager OSWALD DAUQHETY Associate Mltor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADY Sports k'dltor onm fripndn who will rpnd them in wHateve have like bull sessions and exclaim in awed ii "How did you ever get him started that we iivf. ua vuui Lcuiiiiiuuc ucaii muo nit passes through the hands of many while lad thinks that only the female of his nernses the document. Oh! the horrors pass through if he knew that every time crirl or thp oranor she wondered in her hi rliimh looking bird like he is can write so things. In fact she could never get hergoo ing Romeo to pay her such compliments sr the worl...

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