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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1933

THE MOVING FINGER WRITES The moving finger writes and hav- ing writ Mevee en) nor all your piety not wit hall lura It back to cancel a line Nar all your tears wash out a word f It" The Rubalyat. Several things would make good material for the Moving Finger this week and perhaps most of them will get a one-sided justice. The other night a certain well-known radio star told the story of a huge young man that entered the war as a buck pri- vate and while in France was detailed for scout duty. The fellow was large all over but the biggest thing about him was his feet. One night while on a scouting trip he was supposed to be lost. Suddenly he appeared right under a sentry. The sentry almost shot him but stopped as soon as he recognized the fellow. "Say what's the idea coming in here in a German helmit ? Don't you know you'll get shot?" The big fellow answered "I lost my helmit and before I found one that would fit me I had to kill twelve Ger- mans." The sentry looked him over a min- ute ...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 February 1933

J SPORT GOSSIP The Jackets had a close call In Sherman Monday night. They eked out with a 43-41 win over the lowly Kangaroos. "Long Tom" Connolly of the Austin squad ran a bit wua 10 score twenty-three points. According to reports he stayed under his own goal most all of the game. During the last half "Turkey' stayed with him. I noticed in the Brownwood Bulle- tin where the Simmons officials have put a charge of twenty-five cents on the Howard Payne-Simmons basket ball game to be played In Abilene late In February. This will apply to all Howard Payne students going to the same. They refer to this some what of a classic. It's liable to be one. PIONEER BAPTIST MINISTERS USUALLY GOT THE DROP ON THEIR ENEMIES AND THE DEVIL There has been some comment on the campus as to why Simmons and Abilene Christian do not meet on the hardwood this season. Since they seem to have the situation well in hand as to who the Texas Conference champ will be this season some think that they should meet to d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1933

MKET YELLO VOL. XIX. No. 20. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1933. PRICK Be JACKETS CLOSE SEASON THIS WEEK-END INVITATION MEET HERE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Eight Schools To Be Represented In Meet; H.R Has Two TERRYREFEREES Howard Payne Teams Given Good Chance to Win Honors. The second Invitation Meet for Girls' Basket Ball will be held in Howard Payne next Friday and Sat- urday. Mary Talbot director of girl's athletics announces that nine schools will be represented. There will be the two teams from Howard Payne Cross Cut Blanket Putman Dublin Clarette Robinson Springs and Priddy. Several of these teams won their county championship. The two teams from Howard Payne will have a good chance to win the championship in the tournament. The Dormitory Team is very good and ac- cording to people who have seen the Town Girl's in practice they have de- veloped into a good fast team with plenty of scoring power. Leslie Terry wil referee the games. Other students will have a part in the score ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1933

yelio ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.60 tfr 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 A BAT fill IM mi Ml wax Mm Mil KM 1 JH Mil Ifft 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. Many things could be written about in this column but when the writer tries to think of something that is altogether a different thing. In dif- ferent papers we see columns that have everything in the world in them except things that should go in an editorial...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1933

cross over and it would be Sunday. Wednesday March 1 "Son Daughter" Ramon Navarro plays the lead in this picture of "Son Daughter." The picture has been rated rather highly by some of the critics of the day. swim a stroke. The star nlavinsr on- The cast for "Island of Lost Souls" in made up of the Panther Woman posite him is Ginger Rogers. Other stars of the cast are Farina of Our Gang Comedies Preston S. Foster Sheila Terry Gwlnn Williams Harry G ribbon Oscar Apfel Edwin Max- well Walter Walker William Bur- ress and Frank Hagnety. Bela Lugosi Richard Arlen Leila Saturday February 25 "Nagana." Melvyn Douglas plays the lead role In "Nagana" opposite Tala Blrell. The picture is one of the most Inter- esting romantic of all the pictures presented in the Lyric in the last few weeks. Douglas has had a long ex- perience playing leads on the stage and is one of the best actors of all times. llymans and Laughton. The story it- self is the novel written by H. O. Wells. CHEMICAL ANALY8IS OF W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 February 1933

xA r n Dear Doc: A friend of mine tells me that I have conscientious scruples. You don't know how this bothers me. Is there a cure for such? Frankly ANUMBS KULL. Dear Skully ole thing: At present I am out of that particular kind of soap but I will give you a little advice. Mix several kinds of this and that together. Work Into a paste. Then add a pinch of non-scratch. Just apply when needed. Knowing that you are already on the road to recovery I remain your INFLAMATION DOCK. I might add that you must at- tend the stinging which the Jackets are going to give Sim- mons on Friday night at Abilene. If that doesn't help your case then there Is no hope. ELKINSHERE Buck Elkins a former student was on the campus Tuesday. He was making arrangements for his sister to enter school at the beginning of next term. FLING SPEAKS (Continued from page one) his misappropriation of opportunity. The B. S. U. officer told of ex perlences felt by some of the students who were in the convention held in How...

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

MMI VOL. XIX. No. 21. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 2 1933 PRICK So YELLO vL afA aT M E3p9BBBsTBsB m Bsa DORMITORY GIRLS WIN INVITATION MEET PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC CLASSES TO BE OFFERED Public School Music will be offered next term for the benefit of two dif- ferent classes the preacher group and for the student-teacher. Mary Tol- bert teacher of the courses says that the groups will be greatly helped in the teaching of music in the public schools and that the pastor who has the course will be able to help in the production of the music in his church. Music is coming to the front and almost every teacher in the public school system is required to take the course says the instructor. She further pointed out that the person who applies for a position in a school system is very greatly helped by the fact that a course in public school music has been taken. Students interested in public school music can see Mary Tolbert and re- ceive full particulars concerning the courses offered. GODBOL...

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

WLO ACKET mmmtimwmmmmmmMi THE MOVING FINGER WRITES Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Par Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 9f msmHMwmmnvrtoMmMM "The moving finger writes and hav- ing writ Moves on; nor all your piety not wit Shall lure It back to cancel a tine Nor all your tears wash out a word of It." The Rubalyat. 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 THE RECIPE It's doing your job the best you can And doing just to your fellow man It's making money but holding friends And staying true to your aims and ends It's figuring how and learning why And looking forward and thinking high And dreaming a little and doing much It's be...

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

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Saturday March 4 "The Mummy." Boris Karloff star of being weird plays the lead part in "The Mummy" a story of crime and murder brought to life from olden days. Karloff is a man who has been a mummy for many hundred years. By a stroke of good luck for him he is brought to life. He performs many weird tricks in the 'picture. He finds the girl in whose body the soul of a priestess has been reincar- nated and makes her love him as she did in a former existence. The girl is torn between love for her present- day lover and the mummy. Finally she is set free from the spell by the mys- tic words written on a parchment be- ing burned. Monday and Tuesday March 6-7th "Tonight It Ours." "Tonight Is Ours" is a portrayal of the book by that name and is said to be one of the better type of picture usually seen at the Lyric. The cast is made up of Frederick March and oth- er well known stars. Thursday and Friday March 9-10 "Frisco Jenny." Ruth Chatterton appears in the pic- t...

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

1 GOOD EQUIPMENT 18 ESSENTIAL TO GOOD TRAINING. The most Important thing: in train- ing young people for a useful career (next to that of the faculty) U the physical equipment of the school. This is especially true of the Business Col- lege because much of the training in our business colleges consists of mas- tery of the latest modern office ma- chines. The Tyler Commercial College and School of Business Administration maintains modern and up-to-date equipment. High school graduates who are planning a business career will be interested in the type of equipment used by this big school. The Tyler Commercial College owns Its own building which is of pressed brick contsruction 140 feet wide by 130 feet long three stories high witn especially constructed annex on roof for Cotton Classing. Tne entire Duua ine Is especially designed for its permanent home. Unlike the average small business college this big school does not occupy a few small office rooms up stairs over a garage or drug sto...

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

YELLO MMl VOL. XIX. No. 22. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY MARCH 9 1933 PRICE 5o CAP'S BOYS BEGIN INTENSIVE TRAINING Graduate of H. P. C. Conducts Revival At Coggin Avenue Singleton Remembered Because of Work Done in Past. Rev. L. S. Richardson graduate of Howard Payne with the class of 1925 is conducting a revival at Coggin Avenue Baptist Church during this week and next. The graduate is pas- tor of the Central Baptist Church of Houston Texas. Since his graduation he has pastored three churches. He went from Howard Payne to Goldth- waite. From there he went to Robs- town and on to the present pastorate. The most remembered thing about the pastor's work while he was in Howard Payne was the revival which he held in his senior year. He was chosen by his classmates to conduct the annual college revival and ac- cording to all reports he conducted perhaps the most successful revival ever held in the college. Rev. Singleton will probably speak in chapel this morning as a guest of the B. S. U. A...

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

YELLO JsSv KV7VM 1 wL.tMw55S? i PvEs' ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.60 cr 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 THE CHALLENGE TO AMERICAN YOUTH (Continued from page One) Look at Europe Boys and Girls of America. Where are her boys and eirls? Where is her vouthr Europe has not realized yet just how great her loss is. She is building trying to cover up the traces of the great struggle. She still has leaders but look they are all old or are aging rapidly. Then look again. Who will take their places when they pass on? The youth of Europe was killed n the war or is now working physical...

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

1IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIC1IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIUIS 1 Women's Athletics 1 lt2llll!IIIIIIICllllllll!!l!Cl!CllllllllllllT Prospects Bright Prospects for the several squads of women's athletics are very bright with almost every girl in Howard Payne out for the athletic squads. Mary Talbot director announces that with the beginning of this term "Doc" Lawrence will have charge of the vol- ley ball. The two directors will co- operate with Miss Lawrence training the girls and Miss Talbot giving calisthenics. Tennis To Last All Term The tennis players will play the en- lire term and receive a credit in phy- sical ed. for their work. All girls playing volley ball will be expected to play baseball the second four weeks and during the last four they will en- ter track activities. Hiking Club Regular Schedule The Hiking Club will continue on the same schedule that it has follow- ed for the last two terms. They hike every Wednesday to some nearby place. In order to letter in hiking the memb...

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

THE MOVING FINGER WRITES HWMWJmMftMMMUMi "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. New students are enrolling from both inside and outside Texas. It is the opportunity of all old students to make these new students feel at home so that nostalgia will not overtake them and make their time here in-sufferable. This week you will find an article headed "The Challenge to American Youth" in a prominent position in the Jacket. The article was written by Roy Ramsour a member of the Jac- ket staff. The article is long but it will be well worth the while of any person to read it. There are thoughts there that help solve some of the problems that face us as the youth of our great nation and give one a clearer idea of the result's of the World War. If you like the article tell the author. It is rumored that the Yellow Jac- ket staff will present a program in chapel...

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

MMJ VOL XIX. No. 23. BROWNWOOD TEXA8 THURSDAY MARCH 16 1933 FRICI U YELLO B LmM EuSCSBBBA m B STATE Y.W.A. HOUSE PARTY MARCH 17-19 Dr. M. E. Davis To Give Series Of Addresses TOPIC: PROHIBITION Lectures are to Be Partly Like Address Delivered In Abilene Before W. C. T. U. Dr. M. E. Davis head of the Bible Department is to be the principle speaker in chapel next Tuesday and Wednesday when he delivers two ad- dresses on Prohibition. The subject that he is to discuss is "The Value of Prohibition to the American People." The lectures are to have certain parts of a speech delivered before the state Women's Chrtsian Temperance Union in Abilene late last year. The subject used before the Abilene group was "The Educator's View of Prohi- bition" and since that date the teach- er has added to the material and has the new addresses to be hear Tues- day and Wednesday. The chapel program committee urge that all students advertise this series of lectures and invite both your par- ents and your fr...

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

mio mn Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year ". $1.50 3f m ay ap m ffl pffHnff mmng. THE MOVING FINGER WRITES roras "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. ccs to advertise this year. There was the B. S. U. Convention. Following the convention came the other events. There was the Invitation Girls' Bas- ketball Meet the District Basketball Tournament and now comes the Y. W. A. Houseparty. In the latter part of the term the Junior Prom will be giv- en. Howard Payne should receive more good from this year's work than from any other. 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 Write...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 March 1933

HfiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiinii Women's Athletics EiMiiiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiiiiiiiifl Volley Ball Girls Interested in volley ball are showing plenty of pep and It is al- most a certainty that they will be ready for the match games that fol- low the Y. W. A. House Party. The teams were organized with Winnie Mae Moore as captain of the Dormi- tory team and LaJoyce Macon as captain of the Town team. .There are about twenty-five girls enrolled in the Volley Ball teams and there are two courts available for practice every Tuesday and Friday at 2:30. If the present rate of practice continues there will be teams in vol- ley ball that are equal to the one that played in the basket ball tournament. Boys Make Hiking Club Every boy in the Freshman class started work on their letter in the hiking club early this week. There was at least ninety per cent of the class out last Monday morning and if they continue their activities the let- ter will have been gaine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 16 March 1933

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Saturday March 18 1933. The inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt will be an added attraction Saturday. In Paramount News the most interesting and important of the ceremony will be shown along with the regular picture "Tiger Shark" featuring Edwin O. Robinson. At the Gem "Big Broadcast." IPPJBBBHWIPjMBiBWfMffBwEwwMEBMMBM " v s? Four of the stars in Fox Film's all-star production. "Stat Fair" who read in the usual order are Sally Eilers Will Rogers Lew Ayres and Janet Gaynor pc Monday and Tuesday March 21-22 "State Fair." Romance and comedy are evenly balanced in "State Fair" and stars supreme in each of the two fields com- prise the cast. Janet Gaynor Lew Ayres Sally Eilers and Norman Foster carry the romance. On the comedy lineup are Will Rogers Frank Craven Louise Dresser and Victor Joy. Two love affairs feature the Liter- ary Guild prize novel by Phil Stong upon which the picture is based. Miss SHE DONE HIM WRONG Wednesday and Thursday Mar. 23- 24 "She Done...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 March 1933

ACKET VOL. XIX. No. 24. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 23 1933. PRICE U YELLO H Lmm KuSIBBbV m H HUNDRED JACKETS WIN FOURTH Four Men Enter Meet; Are Beat By Abilene Team UNDERWOOD WINS Keeling Schuman Place Second and Third; Henry Third. With only four men entering the Fat Stock Show track meet the Jacket tracksters won five places and finished fourth. Abilene Christian College won the college division of the meet with a total of 66 points. Underwood won first place in the 220 low hurdles and placed second in the high timbers. He tied the Stock meet record in the low hurdles with the fast time of 25.3. Keeling placed second in the 440 yard dash with Schuhman third. Green of Abilene Christian College won this event in the fair time of 51.7. Henry placed third in the mile run. Had the Jackets entered more men the various events they would have probably given the Wildcats a hard fight for first honors. By winning the Stock Show meet the boys from Abilene gave Howard Payne fair warning ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 March 1933

mLo .jSSUs. llnfSn 1 mvmBv L- XaTrJgr ACKO 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 urownwood Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady SDorts Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager Koy u. Kamsour Feature Writer Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist SUCCESS Success; what a charming word. A word we hear mentioned in nearly every lecture given to young people. They are about to start out on the long journey of life in order to attain success so the speaker tries to tell them what to strive for in order to reach their goal. I think that there are five things that go into the mak- ing of a success. The first of these is a Real Imagination. What is imagina- tion? There can be several answers to that question. Let us look at ...

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