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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1931

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Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 November 1931

V -' (" ' - FIGHTING JACKETS f v " - 3- )'&'- - l r t- ' A 1" ? 1. -. l ""i - M00MW (Continued from page 2) MVWWVMMMIMMWAMMMMAMMM tmv mpnt in a fair fashion. He made the day just plenty warm for those Simmons men who came Into his ter- ritory after passes. Brummel Little played the best game that we have ever seen the boy play. It was just too bad "When a Simmons back tried to come around the right hand side of the Jacket line because Brummel was right there to back up Captain Spivis. Everltt Plays Everitt a heady tackle played half of the game when Lusk was taken out with a hurt leg. He turned in a real good game and there was no Cowhand manhandling him that we could see. Hutch did what he said he would do. He plowed through them whether they were there or not. Dean the boy from Anson went in and showed the Cowhands a thing or two. And old Hopkins took nothing from a Cowhand. In fact he is one reason why an Abilene school is very downhearted this week. It may look like the whol...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 3 December 1931

y: - ' T'mj PiWW' $ .J 731 .&! .rE 1 K YELLO VOL. XVI H. No. 9 ROWNWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 3 1931 PRICK U I vWACKET V fc . vr A 'A.' JACKETS Six Y. Jacket Gridsters Make All JACKETS HAVE FOUR PLAYERS ON FIRST TEAM By Bruce M. Francis Brownwood Bulletin Sports Editor Texas Conference football circles during the 1931 campaign have been minus the great bevy of outstanding performers that scintillated on Big Six gridirons the past three or four seasons but at that material for an All-Conference mythical eleven is plentiful even though some of it might be classed as more or less med- iocre. During the past campaign the conference has not seen any Al Sara- fray's Bill Wright's or Swede Pitt- man's nor have there been any Buster Brown's Hardy Pearce's Bob Bet- tis and likewise there have been no athletes with the ability and brilliance of Nig McCarver and many other for- mer all-stars. But in George Golightly Simmons University center Bob Worley sensa- tional and brilliant Howard Payne qua...

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

:J' l-i-iii.ni V ' L:'" moi CKET 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. THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN BROCK Business Manaeer MRS. JACK TAYLOR ; .Associate EK ON TO BASKETBALL! Well the Jackets still are to be beaten out of their long rule as Football Champions. They have held the title three years and to date no other conference member has taken it completely away from them sjnce the day they won it for the first time in 1928. Simmons thought she had it but she changed her mind after the Brownwood crew pulled out that night. Austin College thought she had beaten us out of it but she still had to reckon with the hard fighting tradition of .the old school. But that is all over. Now we come to Basketball. What will be the stor...

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

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

READ WHAT A COWHAND HAS TO SAY BEFORE THE GAME The Yellow Jackets are here. And they have brought with them besides a big hustling bunch of grid iron ad- dicts a strong healthy determination to tie the Cowboys for the champion- ship of the Texas Conference by hand- ing them a drubbing on Parramore field this afternoon. For the past decade and possibly even a little longer the Brownwood Baptists have held some sort of a spell over the Cowhands which places them out in front by a decisive mar- gin In total points for the era. Even with a Texas Conference flag held almost within arms reach of the Ranchers Coach Cranfill is none too confident of a victory. Time and again this annual fray has caused dbpsters to tear their hair at seeing their fore cast ignored. This year may or may not be average but in any event the cash customers of the Simmons ath letic trades area are doubtless in for a thriller. Jackets Are Changed Although a radically different ag- gregation from the flashy offensi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 December 1931

- - -y-ti'-- - ' . -n; lf1 --'- J T I -J 1- - 41 YELLO MKET VOL. XVIII. No. 10 ROWNWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 10 1931 PRICE So .- .-?--: --. 'j - . .-. ( - ""i:; -ft.' "-- v'. n Mil jmi59CBIlBBsm H C lt i I m .ii r et i yA i'va.. JACKETS MOCK DEBATE TO BE GIVEN IN CHAPEL TUESDAY MORNING WE DISCUSS ABOLISHMENT FINAL EXAMS Something: that is entirely new at Howard Payne will be attempted next Tuesday morning at the regular cha- pel hour when the Debating Club will stage a Burlesque debate on the ques tion: "Resolved That Final Examina- tions Should Be Abolished at Howard Payne." The affirmative side of the question will be upheld by Messrs. Judson Prince and Mr. W. E. Mc- Oraw. Mr. Melvin Livesy and Brooke O .Smith will uphold the negative. The Debating Club is a newly or ganized body having been ereated under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Sbuler Whitney head of this depart- ment. It was first organized last term near the opening of school and its purpose is to create a new interest in the ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 December 1931

ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 f mHFL 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 NOTICE: Any clipped editorial opinion published in these columns is not necessarily the opinion of the editorial staff of this paper but is merely reprinted for the sole purpose of widen- ing the scope of our readers thought. The Editor. CO-OPERATION This world and its civilization is founded upon co-operation. Without it civilization will be no more. The financial crisis that confronts the people cities states and nations today is nothing more or less than the lack of it. The powers of the world warred paid and are still paying; while the mass suffers. Lack of co- operation caused it and the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 December 1931

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 10 December 1931

K. Q. GUMSHU BACK AT OLD TRICKS AGAIN Hearing a loud banging on the door of the Inner sanctum where this apos- tle of all work was waiting for inspir- ation before beginning his stint and a person talking In loud tones followed by a long loud thump we got up from our hard chair and stepped Into the hall. It was merely Seymor K. Q. Gum- shu the famous detective with the international reputation. He had heard news being spread around on the campus about several boys in the barn having dyed their hair red. Hav- ing left his magnifying glass in the pocket of his other suit he was un- able to follow up the story and get all the details. Consequently he came to the only place on the campus where he could could get cold facts. After calming him down sufficient- ly to tell him that about Ave boys had appeared with their hair a flaming red in place of their usual blacks browns and blondes. Feeling the in- spiration to begin work we persuaded Gumshu to leave us get his lens and pursue his Inv...

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

MIO AUhl VOL. XVIII. NO. 11. MOWN WOOD TEXA8 DECEMBER 17 1931 MMf B HVf k-SSVLBBV Bfl SHELTON Treble Clef Club Makes Decided HitWed. Night Under the direction of Mrs. Char- lene B. Underwood instructor of voice at Howard Payne the Treble Clef Club of the college made its initial appearance with Its Winter Concert at Mims auditorium last Wed- nesday evening at 8:30 p. m. The club was assisted by the newly organ- ized mixed chorus and the men's quartette. Specially attractive and well pre- sented was the "Lullaby" by Qret- chaninoff by the club. Misses Tate Canady and McCarty's group of three songs was well given and the scen- ery was extremely beautiful. The three women were robed in spotless white with a blue spot the rest of the house and stage being complete- ly darkened. Another attractive part of the pro- gram was the introduction of the new Howard Payne Pep Son "For How- ard Payne My All" written especi- ally for the school by Mrs. Under- wood. It formed the concluding por- tio...

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

YELLOIACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.60 at 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 Sift "- H44M -p prmalloti: Q 10 To To To Howard Payne : A record year in every depart ment and oodles of money. To Basketball team: Their first Texas Conference Basketball championship. To Track team: Their fifth Texas Conference track title. To the Faculty: Bigger and better as well as more studious classes. To the Student Body : A fine year book and more co-operation on it. The Lasso: More money and plenty luck you'll need it. The Yellow Jacket : More ads and a better editor next year. CHRISTMAS ITS TRUE MEANING Gradually the day is approaching when every person firm nation and hemisphere ...

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

Jackets Will Meet A. C. C. On Gridiron Howard Payne will play Abilene Christian College next fall in football according to announcements issued from the office early yesterday by Cap Shelton. Below is reprinted the en- tire football schedule for 1932. A few dates are tentative and not all the places havo been agreed upon as yet. Football schedule for 1932 at pres- ent: San Marcos October 1. School of Mines October 7. Austin College October 14. McMurry College October 21. Trinity University October 28. Abilene Christian November 4. Simmons November 11. St. Edwards November 18. Southwestern November 28. Pep Squad Banquet Postponed Until First Week January Due to some unforeseen difficulty the banquet to have been given the football men by the girl's pep squad was postponed until after the Christ- mas holidays according to announce- ment made by Miss Virginia Cham- pion last Monday morning. Each year the pep squad usually gives the football team some type of entertainment and even thou...

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

Dr. Andrew Delivers Fine Thought Talk "Our lives are not ruled by acci- dent. We are what we are by our attitude towards life" stated Dr. Wil- liam H. Andrews of the First Baptist Church of Stephenvllle Texas to the Howard Payne student body who at' tended the service Thursday morning In a body held at the First Baptist Church of this city. Dr. Andrew Is conducting a revival service which has been in progress two weeks. Joe Trussell former Howard Payne stu- dent is leading the song service. ."Attitude forms the most Import- ant item in anybody's life. It is the spirit manner conduct and force that makes you a success" he added by way of emphasis. . Dr. Andrew developed his thought by showing how there were two di- visions of attitude one toward the world and the other to God. "What shall our attitude be?" he asked and answered it. "Go and make the best of your time now" the speaker urged "For the world is waiting for you and it has a place for you If you are only prepared for it. We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1932

YELLO VOL. XVIII. No. 12 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 FEBRUARY 11 1932. PRICE U VJACKET V 1 i Hard Fought Basketball Tilt Lewis Discusses News Value of Sino-Jap. Fracas "The news-stories that you and I are reading in the papers from day to day concerning the Sino-Japanese battles are costing the press associa- tions of the world approximately $4- OOO per day and this figure does not include all expenses either." Mr. Herbert Lewis former Howard Payne student and editor of both pub- lications spoke thusly to the journal- ism class yesterday morning at the regular hour. His subject was "The Problems Importance and Cost of Getting the News of the Sino-Japanese Conflict." "The conflict in Manchuria is caus- ng as much interest as the Germans during the early stages of the World War" he stated. "Little or no atten- tion was given to the situation prior to the sending of regular troups by the Japanese Into the native settle- ment of Shanghia but from that date on the newspapers have neces- sarily playe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1932

L KE10 mmfMXEt I JUS' CONVERSIN' I i Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUDSC1IPTI0N RATES. Per Year $1.50 Lsy 'SLrir--- .1 V 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 izi'nwm fisnr HAVE YOU (By Chester Moss) My days of usefulness are o'er I leave this earth at last Yet I can see no greatness As I look over my path These many years I've served my time In this old world of ours Yet I've written not one rhyme Bringing fame or flowers. I have not through my lengthy life Gathered these worldly goods. Nor have I always conquered strife ; Nor led the brotherhoods I have not builded mansions That towered in the sky. My name has not become famous. As days and years went by. My dreams I have not realized My goals I have not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1932

asbfc J Era fir- ! ii. . tT ik r; v. 'V -- Orchestra Gives Concert Chapel Wedesday Mom. Under the direction of Professor J. P. Bohlin the Howard Payne Col- lege orchestra made Its Initial ap- pearance for the Winter Term yester- day at the regular chapel hour. Yes- terday's concert consisted of eight numbers ranging from the classics and famous operas to selection of a lighter vein. The following numbers were pre- sented by the Orchestra: 1. Dancing Moonbeams (Caprice) Burt Ward 2. March "Metropolitan Life" . . . Ashcr 3. Waltz "Sweet Melody" . .Asher 4. Wedding March (Midsummer1 Nights Dream) . . . .Mendelsohn j 5. Souvenir de Krakow (Mazurka) Seredy 6. Selection from "Tannhauser" . . Wagner Cornet Solo by Elmo Baker 7. Eternal Spring (Reverie) Engleman 8. March "American Youth" Fred Cauer Debate Club Meetings Are Held Regularly Debate Club meetings have taken on the role of a study course during the last few weeks und in the future all attention will be focused on the question: "R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 February 1932

V NEWS CLASS HEARS POUNS LECTURE WED. In pursuance of its policy of mak- ing: the study of Journalism at col- lege as practical as possible the class asked Joe Pouns editor of the Brown- wood News to lecture to the class Thursday morning: upon a subject of his own choosing: He chose "Wire News and How It Is Obtained" speaking at length. In discussing his subject Mr. Pouns used as examples both the Associat- ed Press organization and the United Press. He showed how news was flashed from one part of the world to another giving in detail each step from the time it happened to the minute it is locked in the form on the newspaper press. Pouns is a former student of How- ard Payne having been editor of the Yellow Jacket while attending the college. LEE ABBOT (Continued from page One) to remember when either building or flying a ship is that when a ship is flying it has to be close to being balanced. The passengers and bag- gage must be so arranged as to main- tain this balance. In fact a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1932

raio MKET VOL. XVIII. No 13 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 FEBRUARY 18 1932 PRICK S H. P. BASKETEERS Funeral Service Arranged To Be Held Brownwood Word was received Wednesday to the effect that W. D. McChristy fath- er of Miss Cleo McChristy instructor of English at Howard Payne College had passed away that morning after a prolonged illness. Mr. McChristy was living in San Diego California at the time and had been serving as as- sistant tax collector there. Funeral arrangements have not been completely arranged but the body will be brought to Brownwood for burial. Miss McChristy did not meet her classes Thursday and word to the effect that she will not meet them during the remainder of the week has been given out. Mr. McChristy had been ill for sev- eral weeks suffering from heart trou ble which physicians state caused his death. More than two weks ago the English teacher received word that her father was seriously ill and she immediately went to his bedside re maining there two weks. When the ann...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 February 1932

WLX&LMfflMMffiMMWi' LIFE SERVICE BAND MEETS MONDAY NITE Missionary To Spain Speaks At Chapel Hour Missionary David of Spain spoke in chapel Tuesday morning on the Paul Indall and His Sister Linda Entered at the post office at Browmvood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 n Chnrr.nv Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published bv and for Howard Payne College Senior Baptist College at Browmvood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF ELMO R. BAKER Editor JOHN ALLEN CROCK Business Manager MRS. JACK TAYLOR Associate Editor This edition was edited by Gerald Smith. Elmo Baker Editor. Dear Editor: Paul has had the flumony and was n'table to do any of the snoopin' around so I've done it. We hear from the Physics depart- ment that "Pockets" Stanley chews gum at the rate of 137 strokes per minute by actual count with a stop watch. Cap is that a record for the conference ? THE LASSO During the years since 1008 and 1912 there has bee...

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