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

mummmii Bi'iBf.iiiMMjiLULjjn We Must NOT Win JUW?I T. Cham pionship Eleven men on a football field can do wonders but it takes the twelfth man to make a championship team. The undersigned men are doing all they can to bring another championship to Howard Payne and to Brownwood. This is not a Conference game but the support given the men at this game will help determine who brings home the ba- con. Support them as they are supporting the college team. H. P. C. Roster San Marcos Roster -- -g-- ? - -m-- !'SrrrvT?V-i. Ssviiis- JACKETS! THESE MEN ARE FOR YOU PALACE DRUG STORE LINDBERGH SANDWICH Charley Anderson W. M. BREWER'S JEWELRY J. W. JENNINGS J. B. BETTIS N. A. LOCKS DEAN ELKINS JACK BARR FILLING STATION SHAW'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING TEX PARKING STATION HEMPHILL-FAIN CO. RENFRO'S REXALL DRUG STORES McLEAN STUDIO BETTIS & GIBBS COGGIN AVENUE DRUG DUBLIN & CANON Fill Your Fountain Pen with Sheaffer's Script Player's Name DAUGHETY WORLEY SCHUHMAN W. MASUR EDWARDS JAKE STUB...

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

YELLOW JACKET8 DEFEAT (Continued from page 1) man. The all-conference end hurled a challenge to any and all aspirants to his honor by his work In Friday's game. Not only did he snag a pass for the third touchdown of the game but he stopped several nice end runs intended to pass him. He also got down under the punts fairly well. Smokey Lusk started his first sea- son as a regular Jacket performer with a bang when he played the whole game for the Jackets. He was closely followed for honors by Clayton Hop- kins who filled up that guard hole like a veteran. Clayton slipped through many times but on one occasion he knifed his way through the Indian wall to drop one of the scouting braves for a three or four yard loss. JaTce Edwards played his consistant game at his old position as did Frank Stubbs. Both these men filled the long heralded holes in the Jacket line to a fair-you-well. Brock and Daughety surprised many friends by their good work when they got to see some action in the fray. ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1931

YELLO MKET WW wB?a VOL. XVIII. No. 4 SAN MARCOS FALLS Howard Payne Vs . Daniel Baker JACKET MACHINE READY FOR D. B. C. INVASION AND WILL PUT UP ONE FIGHTING GAME In Fact Jackets May Sur- prise a Few Fans and Tin-horn Gamblers Ere the Week Is Over. Big Crowd Expected Game Promises One of Hardest Fought in Tex- as This Week. The same stinging swarm of Yellow Jackets that routed McMurry and outfought the San Marcos Indians will put forth the battle of their lives against the Daniel Baker Hill Billies I in what promises to be the hardest fought football tilt in Texas this week to be played at Howard Payne ParW this Friday night. The game will be one thrill from start to finish. Daniel Baker is slated to rule slight favorites by virtue of their line-up of veterans but Coaches Cheaney and Keaton delight in going into football games as underdogs. In fact they have won just plenty games that way but no one doubts the fact that this game will be one of the hardest if not the hardest games on...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1931

mOYJMKET Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year 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 WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? By Gerald Smith We have a very important game coming up. On the very eve of this game the entire student body seems to grow stale. We can't even yell loud enough to be heard. Last Monday night we people who have a heritage of pep and spirit could not even give a yell every one knows. Whats' the matter? Are we losing that good old Spirit? Are we going to permit our men who work so hard to enter a game without our moral support ? If so we are a bunch of culls. We can't let the men down without losing something worth more than gold or silver. Come on Seniors Juniors. Come on Sophomores and Freshmen lets back our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1931

TWO TEXAS CONFERENCE TEAMS WIN Only two of the six games played in the Texas Conference last week were converted into victories for the conference schools playing them. These two schools winning were How- ard Payne and Southwestern Univer- sity. In a hard fought battle the Jackets downed the San Marcos eleven by the small scor eof 6-0 while the Pirates won their game from the Sam Houston team by a score of 20-0. Two other Texas Conference schools did not have such a nice time of it. These two were Austin College and Trinity U. Austin College early sea- son favorites to usurp the crown held by the Jackets lost their game to the Teachers at Denton by a large score of 21-6. The Kangaroos were com- pletely outplayed according to reports. Trinity fell before the Teachers at Commerce by a 7-0 count. Saturday afternoon two other Con- ference members went big game hunt ing in the Southwest Conference. Simmons of Cowboy fame furnished a little amusement for the S. M. U. Mustangs losing by th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 8 October 1931

Rev. Parker Speaks at Chapel Tues. Rev. J. M. Parker of the Calvary Baptist Church gave a well appreci- ated lecture In chapel Tuesday morn- ing at the regular hour. He took as his subject a text from Col. 3:3-4. Rev. Parker compared peoples lives to a dial on a clock stating that the whole world Is reading each and every individual. He stated that the world Is watching the attitude that people take towards the Christian ministry and the Christian element. He com- pared the world to a checker-board and the men and women In It to the objects that are moved. God was the Mover. Rev. Parker stated that the hands on the clock were God's hands and that the smaller hand was his hand of discipline while the larger was His hand of mercy. God Is the pivot upon which these hands are fastened. "God's hand of mercy" stated the speaker In closing "Showers the world sixty fold the amount of blessings for each stroke of discipline." Muzelle Stanley New Production Manager 'Players' Muzelle Stanley w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1931

YELLO VOL. XVIII. No. 5 YELLOW JACKETS ALL SET FOR CONFERENCE OPENER FRIDAY Howard Payne Loses Hard Fought BAKER TURNS TWO OF THREE PASSES COMPLETED INTO TWO COUNTERS; INTERCEPTED ONE Jelly Hurt On First Play and Had to be Carried Off Right After Kick- Off. Jackets Fight Hard Hoot Gains Thru Center at Will Played Splen- did Defensive Game. The consistant accomodation of the Hill Billie passes to convert them- selves into touchdowns plus the in- efficient manner in which the Jacket secondary coped with the aerial situ- ation paved the way for the Daniel Baker eleven to win over the Howard Payne grid machine in last Friday night's hectic battle. The game was harder fought than wha; the score in- dicates also it was just a trifle rough- er than what has heretofore been played on the Jacket field since the Texas Tech invasion of last year. Daniel Baker was playing an inspir- ed game for football; they were fight- ing for every inch. The Jackets were outweighed but made the difference up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1931

'10ELLQYB JACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 &e ilPrt 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 PROVE IT The time has rolled around to where we meet a foe on the football field the outcome of which will mean more to us than any games heretofore played this year. In other words we are scheduled to play our first conference game this Friday night and against a team that will give us the hardest battle of the entire confrence schedule. Consequently people are already asking as to the possible chances of the Jackets emerging victors in the opener. So much has been said and written each year about the first conference game that it is extremely hard to make an editorial along ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1931

BIG MYSTERY TO BE SOLVED BY DETECTIVE o -ft. .-. ''VaiKLBBBBBBBBV V Seymor K. Q. Gumshu the famous detective responsible for solving many of the mysteries of Howard Payne College has returned from his trip abroad and Immediately fell headlong Into a mystery. While he was mousing around as all good detectives do after the fash- ion of Sherlock Holmes his attention ' was called to a mysterious article of wear Intimately connected with wo- men. Not being much of a torn catter and not having any sisters he did not recognize the article but it resembled slightly the instrument of torture worn by the ladles In the antebellum days. Going to the museum of un- natural history he rooted amongst the articles therein and found a con- traption constructed of whalebone and steel with a cloth covering. It was labeled "CORSET." It was not precisely the same but there was a resemblance. With this clue to work from the famous mys- tery solver returned to the scene of action where the garment was foun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 October 1931

BAKER TURNS (Continued from page 2) counter of the game. Smith failed to kick goal. This ended the scoring for the game. Llnkenhoger kicked to Hutch who returned from his own 14 yard line 18 yards to his 33 yard stripe. Hutch ui inromnlete to Worley and Morrow and then punted out of bounds on the Btllie 36 yard line. Dan- iel Baker made a first down on the next two plays after which they on three plays later were forced to punt. Smith kicked out of bounds on the Jacket 20 yard marker. Bad Pass from Center A bad pass from center caused Hutch to pass Incomplete after which he tried left end for no sain. Hoot then hit center for 8 yards on a fake Dunt as the third quarter ended. On the next play Worley punted to Smith on his 34 yard stripe he re turning It 6 yards to his 40 yard mar ker. Smith lost 6 yards at right end when Sptvls slipped by Snodgrass and nailed the Baker back. Miller made no gain at center after which Snod- grass hit the spot for 11 yards. At this point Smith punted t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 November 1931

YELLO wacket VOL. XVIII. No. 6 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 NOVEMBER 11 1931 PRICE Bo HOWARD PAYNE OBSERVES ARMISTICE DAY BY MAKING OCCASION HOMECOMING EVENT St Eds. Here For Annual Grid Session AUSTIN Nov. 10. Having toppled the Austin College Kangaroos from their lofty eminence beside the Sim- mons Cowboys at the top of the Texas conference standings the St. Edwards university football team has been practicing vigorously for their final conference game of the year with Howard Payne on Armistice Day. Although the Saint squad is still re- duced in numbers and talent by sick- ness and injuries the comparatively long rest between the Kangaroo and Jacket games will put the men in pretty good condition and the Saints will be ready to give Howard Payne a good battle even though the odds will be against them. Defeating Howard Payne is some- thing that the Saints have not ac- complished in years. The Jackets have seemed in past years to be the jinx of the Capital City team and twice has Brownwood teste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 November 1931

ma iP ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 3f 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 THIS WILL INTEREST YOU STUDENT! A problem that proved too deadly for the sophisticated social conventionalities of the older generation has been dismissed into the hands of the younger the college student. It is being solv- ed to a large extent by the younger "fools" attending the Ameri- can college or university. These same "fools" who are accused of speeding around in high powered cars necking on the high- way and doing other things that their mothers and fathers did in the dear days past have shown the gabbing conscience bitten ones the real college student despite all the glamour created...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 November 1931

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 November 1931

- -' ' -- RED CROSS TO LAUNCH DRIVE NOVEMBER 11th The annual enrollment of members which the American Red Cross will launch on Armistice Day November 11 this year signalizes the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of that organization. Anniversaries particularly fiftieth anniversaries whether of individuals or organizations offer two tempta- tions. One is to look back and the second Is to look forward. The Red Cross being at the half-way mark so to speak found that Its ranks and the roll of its leaders could produce those able to do both. The views of Dr. Livingston Far- rand president of Cornell are dis tinctly in point here because not only has he looked forward but he has borne in mind how closely the future of all things now with us is allied with the forward-looking generation now in the country's educational insti- tutions. After detailing the trials of the post-war period of reorganization with which he was closely Identified in his years of association with the Red Cross an...

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

FIGHT YELLO MKET VOL. XVIII. No. 7 BROWNWOOD TEXAS NOVEMBER 19 1931 PRICE So YELLOW JACKETS TURN BACK FIGHTING SAINT TEAM 6-0 BOB WILEY LEAI TEAM m WIRIER Led by the indomitable Tib Wor- ley heady little quarterback of the Jackets Howard Payne too': a more secure hold on the next rur of the Conference ladder when they defeated Saint Edwards University last Armis- tice Day by the narrow margin of six points. The s-rie was featured by an inspired tcari playing a good brand of football but ac. Tdirjf to Coaches Cheaney and Kea'-on capable of play- ing still better. Worley Masur Capt. Cloninger and Truett Little were the outstanding perfon. Ci s on the Jacket squad. Bull EtheridoQ played splendid ball as did BrumnW Little. Last Wednesday's clash was a thrill from start to finish with both teams threatening several times although the Saints did not stab the Jacket defense any closer than the twenty yard marker. After playing three- quarters of tiring driving football the fighting Jacket ...

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

ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year V $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. THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor PLEASE The question that has been worrying so many of us for such a long time namely "What about our Lasso ?" has been answered at least in part. There will be a Lasso if everybody who signed up for a book shows that good old Howard Payne spirit and "sticks" to their agreement to buy and pay for a Lasso to be delivered to them a finished product sometime near the close of the Spring term 1932. The staff has already begun its photography in an effort to make the first major discount on the engraving bill and a little co-operation on the part of the students in going to the photogra- pher at the time...

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

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

'V BOB WORLEY (Continued from page 2) quarter; Masur left half; Underwood right half; B. Little fullback. St. Edwards 0 McLaughlin left end; Rougeaux left tackle; Luck left guard; Rlvas center; Quebedeaux right guard; Munoz right tackle; O'- Rourke right end; Finger quarter; Ransom left half; Dillon right half; Bomba fullback. Score by Periods 1 2 3 4 tl. Howard Payne 0 0 0 6 6 St. Edwards 0 0 0 0 0 Substitution: Howard Payne: E. Schuhmann for Underwood (1); W. Schuhmann for B. Little (2); Everett for Lusk (2); Lusk for Everett (3); Dean for E. Schuhmann (3); Morrow for Ted Ed- wards (4); Robinson for Etheridge (4); Hopkins for Stubbs (4); Under- wood for Masur (4); Everett for Lusk (4). St. Edwards: Kivlln for Dillon (2); Vance for O'Rourke (2); Donohue for TNnp-pr i2: Michel for Vance (2); O'Rouke for Michel (3); Finger for Donohue (3); Donohue lor dinger (4); Dillon for Ransom (4); Stanford for Rougeaux (4). First downs: Howard Payne 12; St. Edwards 10. Yards gained from scrimmag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1931

r."- "VV" "4J:V' '-s sr -v ..i ! N. I h h.' v Bv IJV n YELLO VOL. XVIII. No. 8 YELLOW n STe E m m & THAT Jackets Stun Stale Read What Prexy Has To Say On Saturday's Game By Prexy Anderson Abilene News-Reporter The Howard Payne Yellow Jackets have not been reading the newspa- pers. They did not know that this was to be the year of the great foot- ball renaissance at Simmons Univer- sity. They appeared utterly ignorant yesterday of the fine record estab- lished by the Cowboys in earlier games to cinch a tie for the cham- pionship. By the fury with which they fought and by the manner in which they succeeded any one might easily have mistaken the game at Parramore Field Saturday for that of 192S or almost any other meeting of the past between Simmons and How- ard Payne. That was a typical Jacket-Cowboy clash. Breaks stateness over-confidence and more than anything else Howard Payne beat the Cranfillmen to the astonishment of twenty-five hundred people who saw the season's biggest up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1931

ii- ?&rfi. - jr i r moJ Entered at the post office as second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 &e Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne 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 This souvenir Yellow Jacket is presented to you through the courtesy of Ali Baba and His Forty Theives who now or pre- viously have inhabited this Den of Iniquity. Signed: Thirty-Ninth Theif First Theif Ali Baba Himself (The Dirty Cur.) Attested to : The Four Kings : King of Spades King of Dia- monds King of Hearts King of Clubs. SOUTHWESTERN? We came; we saw; we conquered Jackets. Incidently men you played a real game. And was Simmons down-trodden just ask Prexy; he knows. Jackets you so completely whipped them that they could not even stay and witness the slaughter. In other words Jackets they say there was a football game at Abile...

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