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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1933

SPORT GOSSIP The first trophy ever given by the Texas Conference Athletic Associa- tion was presented to Howard Payne last Wednesday morning by Dr. God- by of Southwestern University. It was given by the Association for the winning of the T. C. football cham- pionship of the past season. The tro- phy was in the form of a statue with a football player on the top carrying a ball. The gift will be placed in the trophy case in the girls' dormitory. Since basketball has made its offi- cial entrance to the athletic program there should be some talk concerning the sport. The Jackets did not fare so well In their first practice game of the season but despite this fact Coach Cheaney's protogees are still consid- ered the main threat to unseat the Simmons Cowboys last year's cham- pions from the throne that they have been occupying for the greater part of four or five years. In 1931 Sim- mons and Southwestern tied for the flag after a heated race. There was an argument between the two teams o...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 12 January 1933

HOWARDrPAYNE (Continued from page one) doing four -tltnes as much 'for the Baptist ministry as any other insti- tution. Howard Payne College is rapidly ticreasujg its denominational service in difficult financial times. Evangelism by Students The 'following is a brief digest of the work of Howard Payne College ministerial students for 1932: 'Revival 'meetings 141. ' Conversions 1223. Number of baptisms 885. Received by letter 1036. Additions to churches 1921. Prayer meetings 'held 1311. Sermons preached 4294. Total public services 7846. Personal remuneration $12111. Total 'collections $20613. 'Christian Curriculum Howard Payne -College is steadily re-organizing its curriculum along definite Christian lines. Christian Education should be different from state and endowed education in con- tent as wellfasiimspirlt and purpose.1 The Christian 'College should be as different from 'the state college as lawiaifrom. medicine. Howard Payne College is seeking to select from lit- erature .hist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 January 1933

YELLO ACKET VOL. XIX. No. ?- t ROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8DAY JANUARY 19 1933 PRICE So JACKETS MEET COWBOYS HERE TONIGHT DORM GIRLS WIN FIRST GAME ANNUAL REVIVAL BEGINS MONDAY EVENING Pastor of Terrell Church To Be Speaker TO LAStTEN DAYS B. S. U. Has Charge of All Arrangements for Services. The annual college revival which is usually held about this time will start next Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock in Mims Auditorium with Rev. W. E. B. Lockridge pastor of the First Bap- tist Church of Terrell Teras doing the preaching. The meeting will con- tinue for ten days. Rev. Terrell is a trustee of Howard Payne College having been elected during the last year. He is a graduate of Mississippi College and of South- western Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. The only time that he has spoken in Brownwood previ- ous to this time was at a prohibition rally here last year. Rev. Lockridge is a member of the Executive Com- mittee of the Executive Board of the Baptist Convention of Texas. The B. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 January 1933

r : i! ' i i !i9 -vim ' ' A ' 2H IvM' W 'J A Bwi i'tMv 1 niOVJACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.60 r.hartpr Members Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Published by and for Howard Payne at Brownwood Texas as a THE Gerald N. Smith J. C. Wilson Bud Canady Ernest Allen Jr THE MOVING FINGER WRITES "The moving finger writes and hav- ing writ Moves on; nor all your piety not wit Shall lure it back to cancel a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of it." The Rubalyat. Some of these students claim that a college paper should contain scan- dal. In order to show them that they do not have the least idea what they are talking about we want to mention that the present editor of the Yellow Jacket has not published any scan- dalous scandal this year. The paper according to some of the people who were thoughtful enough to mention it has been one of the best ever pub- lished in the college. There has been a little...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 January 1933

Norman Brokenshire Tunes Up Chesterfield Radio Stars for the New Year Reading from left to right Tom Howard George Shelton Ruth Etting Bing Crosby Norman Brokenshire and Lennie Hayton. all fields of popular entertainment takes over the Chestei field micro- phone on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The lomatic baritone's lastcht trlumps wcic In Hollywood where he starred in the "Big Broadcast" and other pictures. Crosby's Brunswick record- ing of the song "Please" from the movie outsold all other Brunswick lecords during the month of October and for the past nine months Crosby's recordings have been the best sellers among individual vocalists. A nightly feature of Chesterfield's stellar scries Is Lennie Hayfcon's Or- chestra. Hayton Is another Chester- field discovery one of Broadway's younger successes. Under Chester- field's sponsorship Hayton makes his first appearance as a Star Conduc- tor well qualified by his experience as former assistant conductor for Paul Whlteman and musical arran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 19 January 1933

h Jacket-Kangaroo Game Is Won By Home Team 48-32 Howar Payne began her 1932 bas- ketball schedule last Friday night by trouncing the Austin College Kanga- roo by' score of 48-32. The game wa played on even terms for the first fifteen minutes but after the Jackets hit their stride they were never in danger. At the first of the game the Jack- ets took a 4 point lead only to see the Kangaroos tie up the score. The lead see-sawed from one team to the other until the middle of the first half when the Jackets got hot and took a lead that gave them the advantage at the half. At the halfway mark the Chea- neymen led 21-15. Soon after the be- ginning of the second half the Jackets ran their lead up to 11 points thanks to field goals by Bragg Wheeler and Worley. The Austin squad cut down the lead very little during the remain- der of the game. Coach Chtaney sent in a bunch of reserves near the end of the fray and the scoring was what you would call practically over for the evening. However ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 January 1933

raio VOL. XIX. No. Wr JACKETS Bragg Scores In Last Seconds of Play for Victory WORLEYHIGH MAN Game Was Equal at All Times; Greatest Lead Not over 3 Points. Scoring a goal in the last seconds of play the Jackets won over the Abilene Christian Wildcats in an ex- tra period play Monday night on the home floor. Loften Bragg Jacket captain made the last goal of the game on a seemingly impossible try. The whole game was very close with one team leading by two or three points and then the other lead- ing by about the same margin. The half ended with the Jackets and Wild Cats on even turns each having 18 points. At the end of the regular game the score was still tied at twenty-seven and. In the extra period that followed the A. C. C. men scor- ed first the Jackets scored and the Cats made a free throw. In the last seconds the Jacket captain scored again and placed his team in the run- ning for conference honors. Worley Howard Payne was high point man with ten points. Every Jacket man played...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 January 1933

These loud mouth girls who yell every time you look at them are get- ting tiresome. "Frosh" 1f please take notice. motyftjACKEr Get some pep. Entered at the post office at Brownwood' Texas as second-class mail matter. HARLOW & SONS Groceries and Meats 505 Flsk Avenue SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Par Year $1.60 THE MELTING POT &e 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 Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager " FISH STAFF Jean Burleson Editor David Morris Business Manager THE MOVING FINGER WRITES The moving finger writes and hav- ing writ Moves on; nor all your piety not wit Shall lure It back to cancel a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of it" The Rubalyat. " As a way of introduction let it be known that this column is written by the editor as usual. Anyth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 January 1933

Campus Comments After trying for a week to convince the young men on the campus that they were home loving bodies the dormitory girls physical ed. class gave up Sunday and left the campus. We noticed that Aleta Mae Boland was entertaining the boy friend from Simmons last week. What's wrong with 'Dutch' we wonder? "General" Dick Austin surprised everybody by telling us that there is a world wide depression going on in Europe. Say is there going to be a beauty contest around here in the near fu- ture? We see our friend Peadon car- ries his mirror comb nailflle and oth- er accessories to Archeology class with him In order that he may keep in trim. Luck to you Peaden. It looks like the little girl from Menard who was going to be true has put "Prince' Albert in the can. Poor Albert. We hope he does not smother. While looking through the "wish book" the other day Mabel Fuqua found that B's might be ordered thru the mail. She says that even Montgomery-Ward B's would look good on her report...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 26 January 1933

jHMmWHtatlllllllllllMllltlllllltlClllttlllllltlClIf S Women's Athletics lltMHHIHHHtJIIIIIIIIIIIIMINIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIfl (This column Is a new column of the regular publication and is not a part of the Freshman edition any more than any other regular column is. This division is to be devoted en tlrejy to women's sports both here and on other campuses. This is a new part and it is well that if any student feels that it is an improvement then tell the management. The editor wants to know what you think of the school's publication and will appreciate any thing that is done to make the paper better. Editor's Note.) TWO BASKETBALL GAMES TO BE PLAYED HERE THIS AFTERNOON Two games of girl's basketball will be played this afternoon at the Gym beginning at 4:30. The first game will be played by the teams of the Dor- mitory Girls and Woodland Heights School. Following the first game the Town Girls Team will play Early High School's team. Both games should be plenty interesting to any- one i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1933

Mxn VOL. XIX. No. 17. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8DAY FEBRUARY 2 1933 PRICK t YELLO m ssw ws!iR!SsssBs I COLLEGE REVIVAL CLOSES WEDNESDAY Yellow Jacket Quintet Defeats Indians Tuesday GOOD TEAM WORK Jackets Have Edge Over Indians Throughout the Game; Fifth Win for H. RC Howard Payne's Yellow Jacket basketball team regained some lost ground Tuesday afternoon by virtue of their rather easy victory over the McMurry Indians one of Abilene's three entries in the Texas Conference for 1933. The final score was 41 to 28 and this count appeared to be a rather accurate comparison of the two quintets in that Joe Cheaney's co- horts completely outclassed the Mc- Murrians in every department of the game. The Baptists held a 21-15 lead at the half and during the last twenty minutes of play the Jackets steadily increased this advantage apparently determined that the Indians should not come from behind a first half lead to win as did the Abilene Christian College outfit in Abilene Monday night. The Jacket...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1933

mmmMm mn Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas aa second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: Year $150 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. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager FISH 8TAFF Jean Burleson Editor David Morris Business Manager AM I A CHRISTIAN? The question "Am I A Christian?" is one that faces every student who has any claims to being a Christian. Recently in a class in Howard Payne the question was discussed by one of the best liked teachers in school and perhaps from her answer we find the chief cause of her popularity. The substance of what she said follows: The form of Christian living that students have to follow is not what many of them consider it to be. They think that to be a Christian they must have the long faced attit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1933

Campus Comments We notice that even the girls around here show up with black eyes every now and then. Wonder where Miss Carter got the one she was wearing around here last week? Boy this spring weather surely is having Its effect or is it the weather? To-aey the least the boys and girls aujt pairing of and hunting the se- cluded spotss on the campus. Some one has said that Slaughter should make a. good room mate he seems to love his "Nabors." There are one or two other cases on the campus that should be mentioned. For instance the Peaden-Hilley com- plex could get serious. Then there is the new development of the Coffey- Page case that seems to be making rapid .progress. Could we blame the weather for all of this? We hearthat Miss McChristy gave her.: English class a few subjects on which they might write themes of which this was one: "Human Para- sites." With a subject like that and the material one has to pick from around here you should be able to wifftYa book Some people do not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 2 February 1933

W. K. . LOCKRIDQC . (Continued from page 1) the corner and as the superintendent and Lockridge turned the corner she spraag at them and demanded of Lockridge aa to whether he was George the III or Black Beauty. Me answttad that he waa Black Beauty and 'ale smiled and went her way. Not So Smart After Afl Lockridge asked the superintendent what her idea was and complimented himself that he had said the right thing. The keeper said that some times she thought she was the sister of Benedict Arnold and blamed George III for the downfall of her brother. At other times she thought she was a race horse that had been beat by Black Beauty in a race. On that day she happened to be the race horse. The other type discussed by the minister was the mono mania type. The only distinction that this type has from other types is that they are only Insane on one subject. Some are crazy on the subject of religion some on money others on politics history radio and any subject that can be specialized upon....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1933

SUPPORT ALL YOUR SCHOOL TEAMS TODAY YELLO MKET Lbbby bbbbbbt HBvVSIII bbbbbI VOL. XIX. No. 18. JACKET QUINTET t DURANT TEACHERS Pi Kappa Delta Has Full Week-End Debate Schedule INVITATION MEET Howard Payne to Take Four Teams; two Men and Two Women. Pi Kappa Delta officers announce that the organization has a full sched- ule this week end. Tonight in Howard Payne auditorium two teams meet teams from Southwestern State Teachers College of Durant Oklaho- ma. The teams from Howard Payne are Orville Walker and Leander Hall men's team and Willie Faye McElroy and Mrs. Bradley Allison women's team. The debate is scheduled for eight o'clock. Further engagements for the week end will be held in the Invitation De- bater's Meet at Abilene Christian Col- lege in Abilene. Four teams will rep- resent Howard Payne at the meet two men and two women teams. The men's teams are Glynn Raley and Jeff Tho mas Wilkes Leander Hall and Orville Walker. The two teams of women will be Mrs. Bradley Allison and W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1933

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC ELLOYIACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 i AHI HAVE A HEART &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 J. C. Wilson .... Bud Canady Ernest Allen Jr. Editor Business Manager Sports Writer Assist. Business Manager THE MOVING FINGER WRITES mnaruu m mi m m m m m IAT1E ?The moving Anger writes and hav- ing writ Moves on; nor all your piety not wit hall lure It back to cancel a line Nor all your tears wash out a word of It" The Rubalyat. For ttie last few days there has been one thing worrying the editor of this publication. Do students realize that they are wasting more time than they can ever account for? We are afraid that they do not. Perhaps the thing that brought this idea home was the fact that in the recent exams th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1933

Campus Comments We hear that Hazel Page is very fond of certain eats. We wonder which of these desserts she prefers: Coffee Apples or Beans?) We wonder? We hear that Winnie Mae Moore received a very queer letter the other day. Who Is the new boy friend? Stiles could you help her find out who wrote It? Weill Well! Well! It looks as if we have a new case of this thing called S. A. on the campus. If we are not mistaken they are none other than our good friends Blair Morris and Winona KUlian. Here Is a good one on Sammie. Mr. Cox was on the business end of a nice size board and a freshman was on the reception committee. Sammie was having a big time when all of a sud- den an on-looker said: "Here comes Dr. Taylor." Sammie then speaks to the freshman "Here quick. You whip me awhile." Then there comes another love com- plication. It seems as if this is a tri- angle affair. Which of the two boys are the best? Duke Shaw and Ray- ford Harris seem to be having a bitter fight for the favor of M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 9 February 1933

SPORT GOSSIP Simmons University with victories over St Edwards and Southwestern and Abilene Christian with wins over Howard Payne and Southwestern con- tinue to lead the Texas Conference cage race up to the week ending Feb. 11. Simmons Is now leading the pack with six wins and no defeats. Abi- lene Christian Is close behind with fnur wins and one defeat. Howard Payne seems to be well entrenched in .third place with flve wins ana iwo loses. The above three teams are the only one that have any sort of a chance at copping the title. The Jack- ets chances are only mathematical. Southwestern and McMurry have passed from the picture during the past weeks play. McMurry dropped games to the Billies and Jackets in successive nights. The Pirates lost 'three in Abilene the first part of the week. St. Edwards first invasion of 'Abilene Monday night brought dis- aster to them. The Cowboys walloped them 58-22. They met Abilene Chris- tian Tuesday night. could come near doing It. However when the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1933

raio AUVLl VOL. XIX. No. 19. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1933 PRICE U Durant Teachers Win One and Lose One Two debating teams from South- western State Teachers College at Durant Oklahoma were In Howard Payne last Thursday and Friday. The team made up of Walter McKeehon and Hulan Jackson of Durant met the women's team from Howard Payne. Mrs. Bradley Allison and Willie Faye McElroy and were defeated by a three to nothing decision. The men's teams met in chapel on Friday morning. The Durant team John A. Phillips and George Sneed met the Howard Payne team made up of Leander Hall and Orville Wal ker and defeated them three to noth ing. The teams were made up of most veteran debaters. The best speaker in the morning session was adjudged George Sneed with Orville Walker a close second. ABOUT THE LASSO (An Editorial) The problem of the Lasso is facing the student body today. The editor of the book is going ahead with his work but he does not wish to con- tinue if the students do n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1933

raio ACKET Mr. 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. " THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager Roy C. Ramsour Feature Writer Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist Campus Comments Here comes more cold weather and with It comes more Ice. By the way we notice that Keeling: is still hanging around also. Say while talking about this cold weather; there was some ice on the walks last week they tell us. Anyway some of the girls around here might apply for a job as ballet or acrobatic dancers. Mickey the Mouse and Minnie the Moocher seem to feel that Spring is in the air. Anyway they have been walking over the campus humming "Sweethearts on Parade" lately. into the cl...

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