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

Three TO PLAY FOR FACUL W-OUT OPEN 8PACE8 OF 80UTHWEST sonal and cordial Invitation la txUad- BECKONS 8UMMER STUDENTS ed to Howard Payne students. 1 1 ASTHMA Have you heard about the gent who had such a bad case of Whistling Asthma that he woke up one morning and found four dogs In bed with him. Southwestern Baptist Seminary Ft. Worth out In the open spaces of the great Southwest has built a summer school schedule of courses especially to catch the college student. In adapt- ability In specialized training in "Dld you ever write before?" "Oh yes I wrote a confession story once." "Did the editor send it back?" "Send it back! He came all the way from New York to California to meet me." throughness and in the recreational features the Seminary promises to summer school students something unique in the way of summer study. Courses are offered in the field of Theology Religious Education Sac- red Music and Missions opening June THE FLAPPER'S SLOGAN Eventually Why Stop Now. 1 and closing ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 1 April 1931

Page Four The Howard Pas Cap Gets 'HoracVor Long Trips b ti scTsssbsssssssssm .lllHPiiiisfl MISS CLEO McCHRISTY 12149 The esteemed head of the English Department. Anybody needy of ad- vice should go to her for a balanced answer. A buffet for all students' activities Chic L a u r els Ar e HOOPIE Noted Professor Greets World With Stinks CHIC SALE OUT Obvious Success Is Found After Years of Research The noted and renowned Professor Wincbrenner has just given to a eag- erly awaiting world the mysterious secrets as shown in the college tan- nery. Of course the campus includ- ing the aligators is naturally a Gog with the News Such a potent effect has been noted that even the athletes on the tennis courts have shown an unusual preference for places other than their usual haunts. The results have been on display draped gracefully from a magnificent can ox mat strange meiai Known as Tin. A charming motif has been worked out in black and white. On a background of an Intriguing flesh- pink. It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1931

WALKED .."n.u tlBRARY iJACKET ran JUNIOR EDITION k. "U-xk idTay VOL. XVII. No. 15. JOD TEXAS APRIL 22 1931 PRICE 5c JUNIOR EDITION DISTRICT SANTA ANNA IS WINNER OF THE TRACKEVENTS Two Records Broken and One Equaled Satur- day. In the annual track and field meet of the Interscholastlc League of Tex- as held In Brownwood Saturday one district record was equaled and two broken by high school athletes. Swin- dle of Indian Gap who was declared high point man of the meet with 12 individual points stepped the tall timbers in 17.1 seconds which equals the iccord set by Wise of Riownwood High school in 1025. In the 880 yard run Du Bois of Santa Anna circled the track twice in the recoid time for the district of 2 minutes 3.7 seconds. to beat the record set by D. Dunkin of Brownwood High school in 1027 when he ran the 880 in 2 minutes and 5 7 seconds. Guthrie of Mullin biokc the record in the high jump when he leaped an even 6 feet to take the event and set a new disttict lecoid. The former r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1931

The Howard Payne Yej Page Two iIILUtjjACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.60 ? 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-ln-Chlcl JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager OSWALD DAUGHETY Associate I tlitor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADY Sports t'dltor JUNIOR STAFF BILL GRIFFIN '. . . Editor-in-Chief BROOKE SMITH ' Business Mnnegcr KNOWLEDGE When we speak of knowing something we mean that from the facts that we have been able to gather we have arrived at some definite conclusion and we call this specific conclusion knowl edge. There aie several things that we must really take into serious consideration before we can be sure that we are right be- yond a reasonable doubt and that the facts are such that we have gained a true perspective. When a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1931

Payne Yellow Jacket HOWARD PAYNE EASY WINNER OVER BOBCATS Coach J. Horace Shelton and his track squad returned home Friday night with a flock of Bobcat skins dangling from their collective belts these being the spoils of the Yellow Jackets' victory in a dual track meet Friday afternoon from the Southwest Texas State Teachers College in San Marcos with a score of 75 1-8 to 44 2-3. To win the Jackets annexed eight first places losing first honors in only the shot put pole vault javelin 880 two miles and relay. First place in the high jump was divided between two Howard Payne and one Bobcat athlete at a height of 5 feet 8 inches. Coach Shelton stated Saturday morning that no fast times were made due to a brisk wind that swept the track but he was well pleased with the showing made by his young' sters. Hoot Masur topped the Jack- ets with 11 points scored on one first and two seconds. However two first year men Underwood and Wheeler were close on Masur's heels with ten points each regis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 April 1931

s 1 The Howard Payj et Page Four JACKET TENNIS TEAM WINS IN DUAL CONTESTS After making a clean sewep of the match with John Tarleton the Jacket tennis squad Journeyed with the track team to San Marcos; and defeated them three matches to one. Captain Carl Ansplger veteran No. 1 singles man for the Jackets lost a long blttertly contested match to La- tham of San Marcos the scores be- ing 7-5 8-10 4-6. Carl won the first set but lost the next two after two hours of vigorous playing. Bud Canady number 2 singles won for the Jackets trounced Frenzel of San Marcos to the tune of 6-3; 6-4. Hugh Cox a freshman from Brady and number 3 singles man whipped Yoe of San Marcos by the scores 7-5; 6-3. In the only doubles match of the meet Canady and Arnspiger (HPC) thrashed Frenzel and Yoe (San Mar- cos) the score being 6-1; 6-1. The past week end the Jacket net- ters accompanied the track team to Austin where they had a dual meet with St. Edwards Saturday. The teams were tied in number of match- e...

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

WAM0RAL URARv ; YELL fACKET Ted Edwards Elected Track Captain VOL. XVII. No. 16. (AS MAY 19 1931 PRICE 6c Fourteen Lettermen In Track .... . ....-. ..-. YELLOW WITH UNEXPECTED DISPLAY OF STRENGTH IN ALL EVENTS THE JACKETS WHIP S. U. TRACKSTERS Upset Advance Notices Concerning 2 Teams Being Upon Even Terms. Underwood Hi Man He and Ted Edwards Show Heels to "Uncle Joe Smith in Hurdle Race. By B. M. F. With an unexpected dhplay of strength In all events the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets three times champions of the Texas Conference In track and field events completely outclassed Potts Anderson's thinly clads from Simmons University Wed- nesday afternoon at Yellow Jacket park in the annual dual clash between the Brownwood and Abilene Baptist colleges. And in administering unto tjie Cowboys their annual trimming Clap Shelton's boys piled up the most decisive victory ever scored over the Cowboys the final tabulation of points shewing the Jackets out front by a 91 to 26 count. Advance indica...

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

I Two The Howard P KEL01HJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .$1.50 5 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 BAKEU Editor-in-Chief JOHN ALLEN BKOCK Business Manager OSWALD DAUGHETY Associate I Mltor BROOKE D. SMITH Assistant Business Manager BUD CANADY Sports b'ditor TO THE SENIORS Always and without fail at the closing of college in the Spring there also accompanies it the parting of many of the leading students; the group who takes the lead in most student- body activities ; the group who has been on the campus four years ; the group who has learned to love Howard Payne perhaps as no other class. To them the closing of the 1)30-'51 session is no sigh of relief though some may think so. They find that campus Itfe after all is the happiest. But is this the entire story ?...

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

Wi'Syj Dr. W. H. McKenzie To Deliver Both Addresses Wed. Forty-One Seniors Will Receive Diplomas in 41st Spring Grad- uation of Howard Payne. With Dr. W. H. McKenzie pastor of the First Baptist Church of Waxa- achle and president of the executive board of the Baptist General Con- vention of Texas as principal speak- er the 41st spring graduation of Howard Payne will be held Wednes- day May 0. There are 41 candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree. Dr. McKenzie will deliver both the com- mencement sermon and the baccalau- reate address to the graduates. Graduation exercises for the How- ard Payne Academy will be held on Tuesday May 19 at 10 o'clock. The Pine Arts recital will be pre- sented on Tuesday May 10 at 8:15 o'clock. Tuesday May 19 Academy gradu- ation exercises at 10 o'clock. Pine Arts recital at 8:15. Wednesday May 20 Commence- ment sermon at 10. o'clock delivered by Dr. W. H. McKenzie. Semi-annual meeting of trustee board at 3 o'clock. Baccalaureate address at 8 o'clock d...

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

" ..J f '). . 1 I Pat Four . em tlo m fJ COI dm' dl" I -.. Brownwood Garden Club Sponsors Two-Day Spring Festival Over Week-End On Friday and Saturday of the past week the Sptlng Flower festival sponsored by th. Brownwood Garden Club was given on the Howard Payne campus with representatives from all schools in Brownwood taking an ac- tive part. The occasion was under the direction of Miss Mayesle Malone county home demonstration agent and was held in observation of National Better Homes Week. Preceedlng the program given on the campus Friday evening at twi- light there had been exclusive flower exhibits arranged in the windows of the merchants down In town. One of the main events of the entire program was the "Pled Piper" parade and cor- onation of the Queen of May Miss Katherlne Berry daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Berry and a Senior in Brownwood High school. The parade was directed by Mrs. J. L. Cross which was led by the Pled Piper of Hamlin forming at the City Hall at G:30 p. m....

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

x . "& ' if wmie i YELLO MKET i f VOL. XVIII. No. 1 ENROLLMENT EXCEEDINGLY GOOD THIS YEAR AS AVAILABLE FIGURES SHOW AS MANY STUDES AS LAST Dr. Davis States that Class of 35 is a Thing of Beauty and a Joy to Behold Forever. Is Largest in School Youngest Student in the School is Fourteen the Oldest Forty-Four. Editor's Note Latest reports show definitely that our enrollment is as big if not bigger. Germany may be the place for "back to nature" movements but Howard Payne College is the place for "back to school" movements. The enrollment for this year is exceeding- ly good. Available statistics show that the number of students in college for the fail term of 1930 only exceedes the fall term of 1931 by 15. It is ex- pected that more than this number will enroll within the next week. So this idea that the "depression is ruin- ing everything" will hardly hold true when our college enrollment is con- sidered. The class og '35 is (quoting Dr. Davis) a thing of beauty and a joy to behold...

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

ELLOV JACKS THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor FOOTBALL ? ? ? What will we have in football? That is the question which may be heard on every corner of the campus the down-town dis- trict even the state. The question should read: "What shall we have in football?" For we can have in football just what we wish ; what we work for and what we make. The same fighting determination which carried us through the past three years can carry us through the next three years or as long as we want it to. Of course this applies mainly to the team the entire squad and to ourselves in the student body. If all were like our coaches the problem would be solved. Sufficient to say this and not next year will determine just what we are made of. It is our opinion that the spirit experienced in the many pep meetings during the past three years had as much to do with the success of our teams as any other factor other than the coaches. Did that ...

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

yr. rrTrsywTrpyTwiff" IU1UJ ipf " ." '. f . If- &fc ; I Billies Prepare For Simmons Game Friday With the first game less than one week off Coaches Roy White and Ed. Blair of Daniel Baker have been sending their men through their paces this week with closed gates being the order of the day. The Billies with as bright prospects as anything during the past few years have plenty of pep and ginger at the start of the season. There is a large number of lettermen and squadmen from the 1930 aggregation on hand as well as a very promising crop of freshmen. Those freshmen will make powerful Blllie squads during the next three years and with this season as a base they will be plenty tough opposition for any team in 1932. The regulars from last year are really having some difficulty with the recruits in scrimmage as they just seem to keep on finding holes over men who have bucked conference competition for more than one season. Daniel Baker will open the college season here Friday night whe...

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

OFFICIAL CHAPEL SERVICES OPENED LAST THURSDAY This year's official chapel services were opened last Thursday morning at the regular hour of ten A. M. when the faculty and students of Howard Payne college invited each of the city's pastors as guests of honor. With very few exceptions all the churches in the city were represented. Dr. M. E. Davis head of the Bible department had charge of the pro- gram. He Introduced each of the pas- tors present inviting them to say any- thing they might desire to the stu- dents. For the most part each con- fined his remarks to that of compli- menting the college and faculty and of extending to the students the in- vitation to each of their respective church-fellowships. The following is a list of those pas- tors present and the church which they represented: Rev. I. K. Floyd of the Austin Ave. Presbyterian Church; Rev. T. M. Carney of the Austin Ave. Church of Christ; Dr. J. F. Cook of the First Methodist Church; Rev. J. M. Parker of the Calvary Bap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1931

t i k'. Infcvii' 5. yello &CKET VOL. XVIII. No. 2. REAL FOOTBALL GAME PROMISED YELLOW JACKET FANS V V V V Lasso To Commence Picture Making In Very Near Future BOOK PROMISES TO BE ONE OF LARGEST AND BEST EVER PUT OUT BY HOWARD PAYNE SENIORS Staff Has Been Working on Book All During this Past Summer. New Cover Designed Will Have English Med- ieval Motif With Art Work by Scott. An English Medieval motif with art work by Howard Scott a specially de- signed cover modeled after the cover of the famous Doomsday Book of Eng- land made to order paper from one of the largest paper companies of the world and a larger book than has been published in the history of the school is promised by Mr. Oswald Daughety editor of The Lasso for the coming year. Daughety and Brooke D. Smith business manager of The Lasso have been at work all summer on the book and promsie to have an unusual an- nual this year if the student body will back their efforts. Among the new features of the an- nual are a featu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1931

ACKET 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. i .mi i ...... 1 . i ii THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor McMURRY? Jackets we will get our test soon ! Which will it be Mc- Murry or Us? It can be us despite what others say if only we will fight every down. If we lose this first game it will take its toll on the others. A winning team keeps on .winning and a los- ing one vica versa. We must have that first game. Student-body yell out there tomorrow night. Team fight every down hit hard and TACKLE when you tackle. We all owe it to Cheaney and Keaton. Do we want the public to say this year "Oh they just had the material last year and those past." You lettermen you we know you are ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1931

1 Vil 7d Daniel Baker - Loses To The Cowhands 6-0 The demoralizing effects of a costly fumble early in the game probably cost Daniel Baker a win over the Simmons Cowhands when the two teams played here last Friday night. The Simmonites won by a six point margin when they scored during the middle of the first half. During the first half the Cowboys threatened several times but were un- able to cross the last white line. Dan- iel Baker met disaster several times when attempted passes were gotten off too slowly causing receivers to be well covered. The famous Billie dou- ble pass behind the line of scrimmage slowed the passing attack of the Goats considerably. They attempted nine passes and completed one for one yard with three being incomplete and five intercepted. After opening with a big threat the Cowhands settled down to a con- servative game for the remainder of the half. That part of the game con- sisted of mostly defensive play on the part of both teams. At the opening of the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 September 1931

V fit COACH KEATON JACKETS BEAT M'MURRY Start the Season Off - WIN o Is Howard Payne College 1931 Football Schedul September 25 McMurry at Brownwood (night.) October 2 Southwest Texas at Brownwood (night.) October 9 Daniel Baker at Brownwood (night.) October 16 Austin College at Brownwood (night.) October 30 Trinity University at Brownwood (night.) November 1 1 St. Edwards at Brownwood. November 20 7Simmons University at Abilene. November 26 Southwestern at Georgetown. PPPpflpWjHMpPPPPH FOOTBALL SQUAD 1931 Name Weight Pos. S. Cloninger Cnpt. 175 End C. Dcun 150 Quarter Bull Etheridge 190 Tackle Jake Edwards 185 Tackle Ted Edwards 164 Center R. Hutchteon 150 Half P. McQueen 159 End E. Masur Co-Capt ' 180 Full W. Underwood 155 Half R. L. Worley 160 Quarter MANAGER FRED BELL J. A. Brock H. Cloninger V. Davidson O. Daughety R. Everett A. Everett Sailor Griffin C. Hopkins T. Little B. Little R. Lusk S. Morrow B. Robertson F. Stubbs E. Schuhman V. Schuhman RESERVES 162 150 145 189 197 158...

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

YELLO VOL. XVIII. No. 3 BROWNWOOD TEXAS OCTOBER 1 1931 PRICE 50 YELLOW JACKETS DEFEAT McMURRY GRID MACHINE 20-0 MISS JAMIE FERGlfSON FORMER HOWARD PAYNE STUDENT WRITES INTERESTING LETTER ON INDIANS Has Been Teaching In Indian School at Pheo- nix for about 6 Years. Here During Summer Tells of Exciting Hap- T ' I penings Kecent 1 rip to Wmsiow With Indian Children. 38 During the summer session of this year Miss Jamie K. Ferguson of Phoenix Arizona was a student in Howard Payne College. Miss Fergu- son has been teaching for six years in the Indian School in Phoenix. This Indian School is national government property and is a school for the many different tribes of Indians in the state. Below is an exeipt from a letter re- ceived from Miss Ferguson by friends here: "I have recovered from the Hopi trip. It was a fine trip. It is a diffi- cult place to work for many reasons. I stayed in guest cottages alone and witnessed one wild dance and met several former pupils. I drove 85 miles to Wi...

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

Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 S 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. THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor ATTENTION YOU SLIMES There has emerged from the rank and file of the Freshman Class of this term a few individuals apparently without an idsa of the word "sportsmanship" individuals who ai'e not a credit to the incoming group which in future years will make the old "Line" and back it up. Spirit of this type or rather lack of spirit must not reflect on a class. The individual offender must be made in some way to realize the enormity of his smallness. Realization will come when the students marked for attention of this sort will wonder "Why am I left out of things?" "Why are invita- tions to good-fellow oc...

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