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

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Saturday March 25 Lawyer Man William Powell and Joan Blondell play the leads in this new picture the first that these two have ever made together. "Lawyer Man" shows the drama of the law an dthe things that face the young man that takes his practice out of a small office into a large establishment. The young lawyer battles with the big political bosses and plays the fool in more than one case but his secretary a slangy wise-cracking East Slder re- turns him to normalcy. The picture has plenty of comedy pathos fight and romance for the most particular screen enthusiast. In the supporting cast the following players are featured: Helen Vinson Allen Jenkins Alan Dinehart David Landau Claire Dodd and Sheila Terry. have much to learn. Other stars appear on the produc- tion and play the lead parts of the more serious part of the play. Plenty of laughs help keep the doc away so everyone see "They Just Had to Get Married." BBEEEEEEEEEEEEsasBEEMK il BflHasflEEEEEEESiBEE...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 23 March 1933

JOKES Author "Have you seen the new play I wrote about the couple who were always quarrelling?" Neighbor "No but I heard you and your wife rehearsing It." "You're looking bad old man" said an acquaintance to Browne. "What's the trouble?" "Domestic" replied Browne briefly. "So she is. It's the mother o' pearl that's the trouble." "Isn't It wonderful that often very clever men appear to be very stupid?" "Are you aiming at me?" "Oh no; you are not what you appear." Blnks "What is the extreme pen- alty for bigamy?" Jinks "Two mothers-in-law." She was listening to a piano recital MWW ROY BYRD Dyeing and Cleaning HATTERS PLEATING MEN'S FURNISHINGS Phone 867 412 Center Avenue and the card at the side announced "Mozart's 12th Mass." "O!" she said to the lady sitting next to her. "I will be very much In- terested in this. My husband belongs to that regiment." . m i Found On Examination Papers. 1 Bigamy Is when a man tries to serve two masters. 2 When England was under an Interdict the Pope s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 March 1933

YELLO MKET VOL. XIX. No. 25. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 30 1933 PRICE Bo DORM GIRLS GIVEN TROPHY AND Students Return From Cisco BTS Training School 600 GIVENAWARDS Seventeen Students work Schools in Six in Churches. Students who assisted in the Cisco Training Schools were in school again Monday morning and report one of the most successful schools ever held by Howard Payne students. There were seventeen students who assist- ed in the schools along with Rev. J. M. Riddle of the San Antonio Asso- ciation. Schools were taught in Brecken- ridge Ranger Cisco Gorman Caddo Albany Moran and Olden. There were over six hundred awards given in- cluding both seals and diplomas. Dr. T. C. Gardiner made the commence- ment address at the graduation exer- cises and presented the awards. The churches and the workers in each follow: Breckenridge First Baptist J. M. Riddle Walter Stoet- zel Marie Raley Paul Dixon Ray- ford Harris and Blair Morris; Ran- ger First Baptist Carroll Peadon Sam Bays Mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 March 1933

mu) ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION BATES: 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 TOMORROW What will tomorrow bring to you? We are living during a period when anything is liable to happen but you are to a great extent the master of your own fate. The American youth as a whole is or rather can be the masters of the world. We can make of tomorrow what we will. The future is ours. We have everything that any nation could want with which to work. The question still is what will tomorrow bring and it is up to you and me to give the answer. In the political world there is much corruption. Many ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 March 1933

liuiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiimiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiii Women's Athletics! ilMIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIflr Awards Given Awards were given in chapel for the outstanding playing done by the Dormitory Girls Squad in the Invita- tion Meet held here some months ago. The girls and the coaches can well feel proud of the signal honor that they have had in winning the first trophy in basketball ever won by a Howard Payne. Volley Ball Games Friday The two volley ball teams will play Ave out of seven games Friday after- noon at 2:30 to determine who has the best team Doc Lawrence states. The students are invited to attend. Both teams have been coached by Doc and so far have played together every practice day. The determining of the better of the two teams should have plenty of interest in as much as they play about the same type of ball in practice. They have defeated every team that they have met this year. Tennis Teams to Go to May Girls Teams will be taken to May to an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 30 March 1933

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC DON REYE VENTRILOQUIST Friday and Saturday March 31 and April 1. Don Reye the famous Ventriloquist will be on the stage at the Lyric Fri- day and Saturday of this week. Ac- cording to many press notices the per- former Is one of the best in the world In the entertaining racket. He will give you much extra entertainment with the regular scheduled picture at the Lyric. "Woman Accused" the greatest galaxy of authors ever known. Ten great authots present a picture and a stoty concerning the life of a glr) who is forced to kill a man on the eve of her marriage to another fellow. "Hard t'o Handle" comes on Satur- day with the attraction of Don Reye as a drawing card. James Cagney al- ways gives plenty of punch in the pic- ture and this is no exception. JOKES nuub Tj::..T'rA T'sm!r Pimry-'- " - . Scene Prom "ORG. BIG CAGE." A utvCKst. spccAl. Monday and Tuesday April 3-4th "The Big Cage." "The Big Cage" featuring the fore- most wild animal trainer of all time Is a st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 April 1933

YELLO ACKET VOL. XIX. No. 26. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 6 1933. PRICE So JACKETS DEFEAT PLOWBOYS MONDAY Mcelroy wins extemporaneous speaking Pi Kappa Delta Members Meet Schools of LMP QJ7I JGHTFUL TRIP Students G o Through State Penitentary and Home of Houston. Four members of the Pi Kappa Delta accompanied by Professor O. E. Winebrenner entered the Lower Mississippi Province Meet at Hunts- ville last week-end. Willie Faye Mc- Elroy entered the extemporaneous speaking contest and won first. The debates were not so highly successful but the girls won second place. The boys team defeated North Texas State Teachers' College. The trip was very delightful ac- cotding to report of students. The group went through the home of Gen- eral San Houston and through the State Penitentary Friday. The trip through the home of Sam Houston was conducted by the history depart- ment of Sam Houston State Teach- er's College. Willie Faye McElroy spoke on the subject "Public Opinion and the Eighteent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 April 1933

f i i mLO 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 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 SELF CONFIDENCE Do you have confidence in yourself: Without confidence you are bound for defeat. Yet there are two ways to look at the question. Some people do not have enough confidence then others go to the other extreme they have so much that it runs into con- ceit. The person who does not have enough confidence can not make the success in life he would like to because he is afraid to try as he should for fear that he might make a mistake. He is afraid he will be criticised. I think Edward Young gets at the heart of the thing in these li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 April 1933

ARE YOU AN AVERAGE AMERICAN? Editor's Note Below is re-copied a letter from a young girl in Nashville Tennessee to Mrs. Franklin D. Roose- velt. The letter contains about the same thing that the average young American feels if we can judge from the Texas product. Read the letter and get the thought that the young lady presents and see if It does not correspond with your own ideas. Mrs1. Franklin D. Roosevelt Governor's Mansion Albany New York. Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: An article in our morning paper saying that a statement of yours brought forth a "shocked protest" from a group of women leaders in To- peka brings forth an equally shocked protest from me. You were quoted as saying that "the average girl of today faces the problem of learning very young how much she can drink of such things as whisky and gin and sticking to the proper quantity." If you have been correctly quoted you surely do not know the "average girl of today." I would not undertake to inform you were I not an "average ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 6 April 1933

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday and Saturday April 7-8 Bunny Dryden In Person Bunny Dryden well known wire walker and stunt man will be on the stage at the Lyric presenting walking and other of his famous tricks and performances. Me will burst inner tubes with his lung power and will show in other ways his great physi- cal strength. The regular pictures "Hot Pepper" on Friday and "Terror Abroad" will be shown in their regular schedule. Dryden is expected to have more notice in town because of the Trades Day and the other special celebra- tion. Me will give patrons of the Lyric many things that he does not present on the street wires. He will appear on the stage at 3:30 and 8:30. mSmmmm- jEHiRUPHr jHfcPiflBl SmlmWKmKJmMummM'9mWKmmmKm Monday and Tuesday 10-11 "Ani- mal Kingdom." (Adults Only) The eternal triangle of life accord- ing to the novelist is presented in the picture "Animal Kingdom." The pic- ture has nothing to do with animals and concerns the problems that face every person ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 April 1933

yello AlKtl VOL. XIX. No. 27. ROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 13 1933 PRICK M JACKETS Life Service Band Plans Retreat to Be Held in April FLING TOSPEAK All Members of Band Ministerial Council and B. S. U. Invited. The Life Service Band is planning a retreat which is to start Friday morning April 21 and continue until Sunday morning April 23. The re- treat is to be hel dat Camp Billie Gibbons near Richland Springs. The Ministerial Council and the B. S. U. have been invited as special guests and all members of the group are urged to attend and get the full bene- fit of the program. Robert Fling State B. S. U. pres- ident has consented to be with the group and lead the work at the re- treat. -Many other speakers are scheduled to appear on the program and are to discuss every kind of work that the band is interested in. The theme of the retreat is "I Would See Jesus." All members of the groups that plan to attend the meeting will please see Marie Raley at once and give her their names. Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 April 1933

.&' yello 0&&&K - MKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $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 KICK IN The Lasso staff is still working on The Lasso and they say that the book will be out in a few weeks. This is a student body affair and we as students have fallen down and have not pai dour installments as we promised to. The only thing for us to do is to go down in our pockets and dig up the rest of our money and pay these Lasso collectors and get them out of the way than we can get our books. The engraving company have almost com- pleted their work and the books ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 April 1933

THE PREVENTION OF (Continued from page One) der service. You are equipped to mold opinion in the community in which you live." Concerning the laws the speaker told of some extreme cases where the law was not necessary nor was it wise but he told the group that there are only a few such laws but there are many that are good and Just. The laws of Texas are not as good as that of some other states but the fact that the law system of the older countries are better than those in the United States shows that time is an essential in forming good laws. The attitude of the public to the criminal in England is very different from the attitude in America says South. The criminal in England is looked upon as a public menace and an enemy to the people while in Am- erica there is much sympathy for the man on trial because the people think they are fighting some power that is trying to get the best of them. "Law-breakers will stop breaking laws when the business fails to pay" stated the speaker. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 13 April 1933

THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Monday Tuesday and Wednesday April 17-18-19 "42nd Street." I'll be seeing you in The Godlno 8lamese Twins are much alike In that they have the same Impulses at the same time and they are ill at the same time. They are very active and the picture above shows them playing golf on one of their fav- orite courses. Thursday Friday and Saturday April Eddie Cantor is always in trouble but this time it is a mere whistle that puts him on the spot. Every time Eddie hears any kind of a whistle he does something desperate enough to get him into a lot of trouble or out of about the same amount. Playing with Eddie are Lydla Rob- ert! Robert Young Ruth Hall John 13-14-15 "The Kid From Spain." Miljan Noah Beery and many other of the character players of the screen. Eddie masquerades as a fiery bull fighter and is almost gored to death before some one whistles and he kills the bull with all ease. The end of the bull fight leaves Eddie the hero of the crowd and wins for him the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1933

See "Girl Shy" Tonight yello MMX Th. kmm K3?r?S98LiaaaaaV VOL. XIX. No. 28. 1934 STUDENT BODY OFFICERS NOMINATED J tji je eye je ex X 'J J J y J J J J J j J J t X P TP J Tft T Aft ! ex ! ! J p DISTRICT MEET OF NUMBER 13 TO BE HERE FRIDAY-SATURDAY jt )fe tj eye eye ep eye eye eye eye eye ye eye eye ey eye eye eye eye ey e eye tya eye eye fp eye iy y p "J y P TEXAS CONFERENCE TEAMS IN FIRST NIGHT TILT Jackets to Meet San Marcos Next Monday at Night FIRST NIGHT MEET Jackets Scheduled to Win Meet; Bobcats Have Edge in Two Events. Howard Payne tracksters will meet the San Marcos Teachers in their next dual meet Monday night in San Mar- cos. This will be the first night inter- collegiate track meet ever to be held in the Lone Star State. This meet will be somewhat of a novel affair as neither team has ever participated in a meet under the lights. The Bobcat track is laid around their football field and the lights can easily be focused to cover the entire quarter mile track. The night run-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1933

mio MKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as Becond-class mail matter. PirYur SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $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 Canadv Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager Roy C. Ramsour Feature Writer Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist listeners. The programs are as good as any that amateurs have even put on In Brownwood. The Junior Prom approaches and the class is rather busy in prepara- tion for the occasion. If some of the students want to assist in the work their aid will be greatly appreciated by the class members. E. R. BAKER lontmuea from page Both the young people made their home here previous to the marriage and Baker is employed In the plant of Jones Printing Company. The couple are making their home at 1817 Vine street. THE MOVING...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1933

JOHNSON SPEAKS (Continued from page one) lenience in a case of crime. These boys were both of equal chance but one of them proved his worth and the other is a hunted criminal. Mr. Johnson gave a definition of success which embodied the facts that follow. A man must be happy do his best and live the life he should to be a great success. In closing the speak- er advised that as you go and pre- pare yourself think seriously of what you want to do. Do not fail because of lack of preparation. VOICE DEPARTMENT (Continued from page 1) position and one arrangement' in the group. The program started with congre gational singing and was followed by the invocation by Dr. A. E. Prince pastor of the First Baptist Church. "Oh for the Wings of a Dove" by Mendelssohn was sung by the club. The first number of the Four Leaf Clover Ensemble was "Faith Hope and Love" by Shelley. Miss Elva Scott was presented in a solo "The Good Shepherd." The club followed Miss Scott with a number that was second in po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 20 April 1933

LIME PRESENT (Continued from page ont) on the guitar. Ht presented "Kitty Brown" and "Dreaming of You" In the true yodeller'a style. Freabman Moser played "The Sall- ora Hornpipe" and aa two encores presented two other numbers with all the pep in the world in them. The last number was "St. Louis Blues" with variations. The concluding- numbers on the pro- tram were presented by the Golden Voices from the Barn. "She'll Be Coming- Round the Mountain" and "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane" com- posed their part of the program. Public opinion ran high for the slimes and their program was gener- ally accepted aa one of the best of the year. JACKETS TO MEET (Continued from page One) so far. At night the wind seldom blows and they will not be bothered along these lines. Taken as a whole the meet should be a very interesting affair. Due to the showing made by the Bobcats at the meet in Austin last week end the Jackets are favored to win the encounter without any too much trouble. In Scott the Bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1933

YELLO ACKET V 4 VOL. XIX. No. 29. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 27 1933. PRICE BO r STUDENT ELECTIONS TO BE HELD MAY 2 PREPARATION FOR ANNUAL JUNIOR PROM WELL UNDERWAY JACKETS DEFEAT BOBCATS IN DUAL MEET 70-47 No Remarkable Time Made Due To Wet Weather UNDERWOOD HIGH Scott of San Marcos Second H i g h; P o 1 e 12 Feet 6 Inches. On a rain soaked track Monday night in San Marcos the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets defeated the San Marcos Bobcats in a dual track meet by a score of 70 to 47. The wet track prohibited any remarkable times in the track events. Underwood of the Jackets was high point' man of the meet with 15 points to his credit. He took first place in hurdle races and another first in the century. Scott of San Marcos was a close second with 13 points. Dutch Schuhman was third with 11 V points. Probably the best performance of the night was Scotts pole vault of 12 ft. and 6 in. Underwood turned in fair time in the hurdle races. He ran the low timbers in 25.5 and the high ones ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1933

?fS5V VLI ttfffcvf r m n i s ww m h h zi ar t JIJUIl.:' C IM2SM Fasx-x m lir I " I " &MA1 Mb I jt vl-? kj i .'! ji f. a n QWsrnfc-.c a1'. ai-j Jb fsf-ismsft Tr ii Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as secoml-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1-50 rtojAj' r-Jn"1k Charter Members Texas Intercollegiate Tress Association Published by and for Howard Payne Collejro Senior Baptist College at Brownwood. Texas as a part of the student activity. THE STAFF Gerald N. Smith Editoi J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager Roy C. Ramsour Feature Writer Arthur (Jack) Adams Cartoonist LOYALTY Students are often heard to state that they are loyal to the old school and that for the teams they will do anything in theri power. Teams make up a large part of school but there are other things that are just as important when loyalty is being discussed. In the halls of the school one can see walls that survive the first term...

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