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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1932

Get that fcjCdWi euiTtMmy What those sisters can't do to a tune! .HVk. HHHHHHHHPlHHiHteJ e" 1 Wherever you buy BMI! MPRyM' "Sfc fChesterfieldiyouget yHkHr v?jThh. .. e 'f you came by our HHHIHHH SLwlhsw fi" f factory door LLLLLLLLLLLLHLWLLLH x:V rl v V v i wars' Ee M cmcAamcday etwiMia at 1030 e.d.t. COLUMBIA COOAt-fo-COOdt NETWORK 193 J. Uooitt es Myim Tobacco Co. TENNIS SQUAD TO ENGAGE IN NET TOURNEY The Howard Payne Tennis squad although somewhat weaker than here- tofore will motor over to the city from whence hail the Cowhands to make their attempt at repeating the tennis victories won by the Payne's netters in the past. Although no Arnspigers nor Canadys appear on the Payne squad still there is enough material to do some good should the players finally make up their minds to do a?. Fleld.i Hines ranking number one player is a netter of more or less ex- perience having been on the squad in 1929. If he should get bis stride during the first point and hold that stride throughout t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 May 1932

DO YOU INHALE? ORCHESTRA TO. PRESENT WELL KNOWN WORKS Among some of the best known of the world's great musicians whose music will be heard on the orchestra program May 20th are such names as Franz Peter Schubert (1797-1828) the greatest song writer of all times and composer of piano violin and or- chestra music. Another is Chas. Gounoh (1818- 1893 great French coposer whose operas and oratorios are still among the most popular in the world his best known bing the opera "Faust" and his Oratorio "The Redemption" and a number of sacred songs notably "There is a Green Hill Far Away" and his "Nazareth." Anton Dvorak (1841-1904) noted Bohemian composer who spent three years in this country as director of the National Conservatory of Music and who while here wrote his great "New World Symphony" and other music founded mainly on Indian mel- odies and music of the southern negro is another to be heard soon when the orchestra plays some of his works. Bellini (1801-1835) celebrated Itali- an ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 May 1932

mxh VOL. XVIII. No 20 BROWN WOOD TEXAS. MAY 19 1932 PRICE So raio Jul .SglSSIlBBk I I WW BBSBv I TRACK TEAM DOUBLES POINTS OF RUNNERS-UP Recital by Pupils of Underwood Is Very Effective Amid most effective settings and costumes Mrs. Charlcne B. Under- wood presented her pupils in one large recital last night at the college audi- torium at 8 o'clock. Especially strik- ing was the second group on the pro- gram in which all participants dress- ed the parts the stage being set for each Individual number. Another factor making the pro- gram interesting was the fact that characteristic music was furnished between scenes while the settings were being changed. In each case the music gave an advance hint of what was to follow in the next num- ber. Stage settings were the creation of Lloyd Nixon and Larry Schurmann. The program was composed of the following: Rose in Bud Foster Ladies' Quartette Thy Beaming Eyes MacDowell Mrs. Cherry Who Knows Ball Helen Morrow Overtones Brasbach Bertie Cox Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 May 1932

For Your Benefit mia MKET 00 00 KB 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 MRS. JACK TAYLOR HERE ARE LATEST CHANGES ' MADE IN TEXAS CONFERENCE CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS ARTICLE XV Scholarship Requirements Sec. 1. No person shall be permit- ted to participate In Intercollegiate athletics who Is not a student In good and regular standing and who has not fulfilled the following conditions: (a) He shall have satisfied one or more of the following entrance re- quirements: (1) He must have pre- sented at least fifteen entrance units; (2) If admitted on Individual appro- val he must be at least 21 years of age and not a transfer from another A-grade college or university; (3) If a transfer he must submit a full and complete transcript of cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 May 1932

RUTH ETTING Distinguished radio and musical comedy star. Every Wednesday and Saturday at 1 0 p. m.E.D.T. ilft ' JB fH ::&! & Boswell Sisters Famous for the rhythm and harmony of their vo- calizing. Every Monday and Thursday evening at 10:30 E.D.T. ' ALEX GRAY One of the outstanding voices in radio. Every f Tuesday and Friday eve- ning at 10:30 E.D.T. Qesterfield 77teu S&ZtJrw all you could ask for! 1952 Liggett a Myers Tobacco Co. Sr3feaCLX1M flMMZU Lympings from The Olympics By Leonard Horwin Of all the scenes of the modern Olympiads the scene of the Xth Olym- piad of 1932 will most closely resem- ble Greece mother of the Olympic Games. In the marathon race for example never since the Athens Olympiad of 1896 when Lones of Greece burned up the 26-mile distance from the actual scene of the Battle of Maiathon to the Athens Stadium in 2 hours 55 min- utes 20 seconds have climatic and geographic conditions for the mara- thon been so like those of Greece. When the estimated 5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 May 1932

YOU INHALE? Orchestra To Play Its Final Concert Friday Prof. J. P. Bohlln will present the college orchestra in a final concert for the year when that group of mu- sicians play Friday night May 20th in the college auditorium. The following numbers will be play- ed: Howard Payne Alma Mater Song Arr. Bohlln March "North Wind" Chambers Overture "Light Cavalry" Franz von Suppe Air de Ballet Gustav Hllle Spring Song (Clarinets and four violins Mendelssohn Chanson sans Paroles. .Tschaikowsky Eternal Spring Engelmann Piano Solo Prelude in O minor Rachmaninoff Miss Mildred Kidd Vision of Salome.... Archibald Joyce Selection from "Faust" Gounod String Quartet "Marche Milltaire" Schubert 1st violin Miss Ima Chadwick 2nd violin Fields Hines Viola Glynn Raley Violoncello Mr. Bohlin Piano Miss Marie Raley Indian Lament Anton Dvorak Indian Sun Dance.... Leo Friedman Overture to the opera . "Norma" Bellini Medley Overture on National Melodies Arr. Emll Ascher Members of the Orchestra String sectio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1932

P MKET YELLO . VOL. XIX. No. 1 ROWNWOOD TEXAS SEPTEMBER 15 1932 PRICE U i STUDENT BODY LARGEST FOOTBALL PROSPECTS GOOD; TWO Twelve Letter Men Back For 1932 Machine (Bud Canady) With twenty-seven men reporting to Coaches Cheaney and Keaton includ- ing twelve lettermen the Jackets held their initial workout Monday af- ternoon. The Jackets chances at repeating as victors in the confernce race took a tumble when Bob Worley and Bull Etheridge failed to return to school. Replacing these two men will the the problem that the coaches will have to face in the early season. To my mind Coach Cheaney will have to look a long time in order to find a man that is capable' of filling Worley's shoes. It looks as if Clyde Dean or Bob Hutch- inson will have to do the trick. Coach Keaton will have an easier time plugging the hole in the line than Cheaney will have in the backfield With the return of Toots Gilliam a reserve from the 1931 squad and Howard Scott a letterman from the 1931 squad the line sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1932

ELLOJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Pr Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 &8r 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 Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Smith Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer A DRIVE FOR FEWER PAGANS The janitors and other important men on this campus are open- ing the new school year with a drive for fewer pagans. The old studentship-noticed that the walls have been re-plastered and that the woou&vork has had a new coat of paint applied. It looks much different and better. The walls are like many of the old students who have returned with a new coat of paint on their faces and new poses. Let's keep both of the subjects in the renovated condition as long as possible. The janitors have one unanimous announcement to make: "Vandals will cease throwing paper and much wast...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1932

tevwny Welcome ENTS I 1 ill WE ARE BEHIND YOU H. F. C. ROY BYRD Dyeing and Cleaning HATTERS PLEATING MEN'S FURNISHING Phone 867 412 Center Avenue PIGGLY WIGGLY WE ARE GLAD TO HAVE YOU BACK WITH US BOTH IN OUR COLLEGE AND CITY We Want You to Visit Our Stores and Feel at Home- We Welcome You Always Football Schedule Date Where They Play Oct. 1 San Marcos San Marcos Oct. 7 School of Mines El Paso Oct. 14 Austin College Sherman Oct. 21 McMurry Brownwood Oct. 28 Trinity Urrtv Waxahachic Nov. 4 Abilene Christ.. .'"Brownwood Nov. 11 Simmons Uni Abilene Nov. 18 St. Edwards U. "Brownwood Nov. 24 Southwestern U. Brownwood Night games. LANKFORD'S Leather & Shoe Shop Expert Athletic Goods Repairing The House of Real Workmanship and Quality at Moderate Prices "WHEN ORDINARY SERVICE WON'T DO SEE US" Call For and Deliver Phone 3397 Welcome H. P. C. Students We are miyhty glad to see you. Hope your work will be pleasant and profitable. Come to See Us when you need College Book and Supplies. DUB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 15 September 1932

. i i..... . JACKETS PROSPECTS GOOD (Continued from page 1) believe we have two of the beet coaches In the game and If anybody can bring a team around they can. Anyway before the season is over you can bet your shirt and be safe- that the Jackets will be in there and giv- ing the best of them fits. It looks as If the conference race will be a toss up between the same old two teams Howard Payne and Simmons. I am not predicting who will win that game yet. You can always bet that St. Edwards will have have a hust- ling outfit as well as Austin College. Southwestern could not be thought of as a possible winner. The lettermen reporting are as fol- lows: Capt. "Hoot" Masur Jake Edwards "Smoky Lusk Clyde Dean Bob Hutchinson Howard Scott Clay- ton Hopkins Wilburn Underwood Stanley Morrow Frank Stubbs Price McQueen Earl Schuhman and Truett Little. Masur will play full- back and half as he did last season. Little will no doubt hold down the center position as of last season. Jake Edwards will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1932

wmifMBsv i bbbbbbbby bbbbBbbW sHBLIbbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbBiIbbbbbbi .tssw ibbH YELLO Alltl VOL. XIX. No. 2 BROWNWOOD TEXAS 8EPTEMBER 22 1932 PRICK 0 i'. RECEPTION GIVEN 9p 9p x r Clayton Hopkins To Officers For Fall Term Elected In Chapel Tues Morn. Clyde Dean president of the stu- dent body called the student body into business session Tuesday morn- ing for the purpose of electing class officers for the fall term. The following officers were elect- ed: Senior Class Clayton Hopkins President Bob Hutchinson Vice President Alyne Newton Sec'y-Treas. W. D. Kirkpatrick B. S. U. Repre- sentative Linden Newton Reporter. Junior Class Eugene Masur President. Hilton Gilliam Vice-President Oleta Fisher Secretary Carroll Peaden B. S. U. Represen- tative Ray Ramsour Reporter. Sophomore President Jake Edwards Vice President Bob Sikes Secretary Katherine Ashcraft B. S. U. Representative Bally For- ester. Reporter Johnnie Templeton. Freshmen President Davis Morirs. Vice President Carl Hopkins Secretary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1932

EtL(WJACKEr Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 ar 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 Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer STUDENT BODY OFFICERS' MEETING When Clyde Dean president of the student body called a meeting of the student body officers vice-president and secretary of the student body and the editors and business managers of the Lasso and Yellow Jacket and the head yell leader there was not a member of the group that had any idea what he wanted. When the meeting started President Dean began a first class editorial for this publication. He used words that mean the same as the ones below: "Officers of the Student Body I have called this meeting to ask that each and every one of you co-operate with me and with each o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1932

DR. DAVIS GREEK CLASSES LARGEST IN LAST DECADE HOWARD PAYNE'S YELLS Hit 'em Jackets Sting 'em Jackets Hit 'em sting 'em Yellow Jackets. Dr. M. E. Davis A. B. A. M. Tb. M B. D. D. D. has charge of the largest Greek classes that he has taught in many years. Howard Payne holds the record of having had larger Grek classes in the last few years than any other co-educational religi- ous school in the South. Dr. Davis is one of the best instruc- tors in the Southern States. He has had training in the best schools in the realm of American education. He holds five degrees from colleges and universities that are noted for their great training work. The great classes that our profes- sor has taught in the past have been surpassed by only one Texas institu tion of learning. The University of Texas has had larger classes in Greek than Howard Payne but few other schools have ever come close to the number of students that Mr. Davis has had enrolled. Howard Payne also has another re cord concerning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 22 September 1932

frtaccei . . . tobaccos made for cigarettes and pipes; granu- lated tobaccos. But there was plenty of room for a to- bacco made solely for pipes. If you look you will find that a great many tobacco packages say "for pipe and cigarettes." But the Granger package says: GRANGER ROUGH GUT Pipe Tobacco Granger is made by Well- man's Method and cut right for pipes rough cut. Burns slower andcooler. Just try it! THE MARK OP AN MAN EDUCATED A slight majority of the students of our school are really trying to fet an education; they do work above the average and really try to think for themselves. But this majority if asked by what standard the outside world judges their education could not reply. The largest number bf our students do not know that the world of business is every day put ting more stress on English a sub- ject that they are compelled to take all through high school and part of college. They do not know that they are not considered educated unless they are adept in this subject...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 September 1932

. mio MMJ VOL. XIX. No. 3 BROWNWOOD TEXAS SEPTEMBER 29 1932 PRICK So COUNTY H. P. Meets Strength of '32 Yellow Jacket Squad Not Known Captain "Hoot" Masur Bob Worley and Oth- er Veterans in Team. Coach Cheaney's squad will meet the San Marcos team Friday night at San Marcos. San Marcos has a rather strong team this year and are trying for the Yellow Jacket scalps. The strength of the Howard Payne squad is not known but it is assum- ed that the team will be one of the strongest in the Texas Conference. With Captain Masur at his usual po- sition and with Worley all-Conference quarterback for the last season in the game to run the team the Jackets have little to fear from being out-generaled. Several other of the men on the squad will play their second and third years. Stubbs mentioned for all- Conference last year at one guard and Little at center the line should be fairly strong without some of the other huskies. Hopkins Scott Lusk Edwards (Jake) Morrow Gilliam and others in the line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 September 1932

fcjNIACKEr Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Par Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 &0T 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 Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer yell leaders. They are all willing to do anything to put it over in the big way. It is not the football team because we have as good a team as there is in the Texas Conference. Are we getting like some of the big schools losing every- thing that makes school dear to the student because we have a few more students than usual? Personally we hope not. When a game or two has been nlaved the students will come out of the kinks and get going. What is worrying us is the fact that the classes are not respond ing to the call to Pep Meeting as they should. Must we have a winning team before we have enough sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 September 1932

W y- A' THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC UBSSXfSBBBBBBBBfl t riSBBST SSnn. vBBBBBBBBBBSfcAdMBBMuSl "; v1iBBMBMBMBM tA'' rBMMf SMPPaBBVBBVBBBBVBMVf BhDbBI-' b iiVi ttfcBBaBBMBl SPORT GOSSIP" WILLIAM POWELL and KAV FRANCIS In a scene from ""JEWEL ROBBEO.Y Friday and Saturday September 30 October 1 Kay Francis and William Powell play together for the first time in three years in the dramatic comedy "Jewel Robbery" playing at the Lyric Friday and Saturday. This team fur- nish some of the best entertainment seen at the Lyric in several days. In the play Powell plays the part of the gentlemen robber the hero and at the same time the villian. Powell crowng his many performances with this daring breath taking action per- formance. Kay Francis who plays opposite Powell is an audacious beauty in the center of the social whirl of the city of Vienna. Noblemen everything to make her happy yet her only and un- dying passion was for jewels . . . jewels of every kind diamonds sap- phires pearls. Then comes t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 29 September 1932

Wfrm - V wi aiABSsM f&.?t SKSSS.V. '. . "YES I LIKE to smoke Granger. I have tried all kinds of tobacco; but frankly I have never found any other that is as good as Granger. "I think I know something about tobacco and I should say that Granger is the one tobacco that is made just right for pipes." UeemAMmu ToaiccoCo. GRANGER IS AMERICA'S DORMITORY NOTES Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Page of Win- chell visited their daughter Hazel Wednesday at the Dormitory. Ellle Thompson spent last week- end at her home at Trickham. Ouida Lee Tate and Sammy D. Gault spent the week-end at Brady. Miss Kathleen Evans of Katemacy entered school Monday and is stay- ing at H. P. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Lively McChristy were dinner guests at the Dormitory Sunday evening. Elinor Roberds spent the week-end in Rising Star. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Cathey of Ham- ilton visited their daughter Kath- erine Sunday. Estelle Egger of Regency an ex- student and dormitory girl visited Mauourneen Gray this week. Katherine Ashcraft spen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 October 1932

rfp YELLO MKET VOL. XIX. No. 4 BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1932 PRICE Be s sw HBtWtebsmbt I YELLOW JACKETS DEFEAT S.M. BOBCATS 14 -6 New Head for Greek Depart- ment Is Here GRADUATE OF T. U. Organizer of 2nd Baptist Church in Lubbock; Texas. BOY SCOUTS GUESTS OF KIWANIS TODAY W. A. Todd new head of the Greek Department of Howard Payne arriv- ed on the campus early in the week. Me has taken charge of his classes and is taking part in faculty activi- ties. Mr. Todd took his Bachelor of Law School in 1913. Following his taking his degree he practiced law in Gates- ville Texas for eight years. After practicing law he became a minister and pastored churches all over the state. In 1928 he took his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Howard Payne majoring in the subjects that are nec- essary for a preacher. During Mr. Todd's stay in Howard Payne he tutored Grek. After leav- ing Howard Payne he entered the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth and at the present time lacks...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 October 1932

Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Pr Year SUBSCRIPTION KATES: $1.60 r 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 Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer TRUE FRIENDSHIP Numerous attempts have been made to define "TRUE FRIENDSHIP" but it seems that no single thought can adequate- ly express its meaning. Friendship involves more than we com monly attribute to it. Yet what personal trait of an individual affects his happiness more than does this one? Do we always fully realize the value of a true friend and what it means to be a friend indeed ?" One has truly said "A friend is the first person who comes in when the whole world goes out." To be a true friend is to guard another's interest as your own and neither flatter nor deceive him. The best way to get rid of our ...

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