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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1933

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Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 27 April 1933

LIST OF OFFICERS (Continued from page one) late In the afternoon and the results published that night. The ballot as It will appear this year Is as follows: For President of the Student Body: Jake Edwards Hilton Gilliam Price McQueen Gerald N. Smith Wilburn Underwood For Vice President of the Student Body: Roy Ramsour Loften Bragg For Secretary of the Student Body: Mavourneen Gray Lit Allen Gray Aline Fisher For Editor of the Lasso Gerald N. Smith Roy C. Ramsour For Business Manager of the Lasso: Dick Austin John Wester Jack Woodward Ernest (Mickey) Allen For Editor of the Yellow Jacket: Gerald N. Smith For Business Manager of the Yellow Jacket: Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jean Burleson Arthur (Jack) Adams For Head Yell Leader: Marcus Murphy Sammy Cox Dick Austin Edmund Gaines Arthur (Jack) Adams Study this ballot and prepare to cast your vote before you get to the polls and save congestion there. The names are correct and the list is com- plete. DECORATION SCHEME invitation; Fay Canady d...

Publication Title: Yellow Jacket, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 May 1933

YELLO ACKET VOL. XIX. No. 30. BROWNWOOt) TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 4 1933. PRICK N JUNIOR PROM STARTS AT 8 P.M. FRIDAY STUDENT BODY OFFICERS ELECTED ON MAY 2 President And YJ Business Manager To Be In Run-Off OTHERSCHOSEN Bragg Vice - President; Fisher Secretary; Ramsour Wester Are Lasso Officers; Smith Editor Jacket; Mur- phey Yell Leader. Election of student body officers was held Tuesday with the following results. The two leading candidates for president of the student body are Wilburn Underwoctl and Jake Ed- wards. A run-eff will be held in the president race. Loften Bragg was elected vice pres- ident of the student body. Aline Fish- er was selected as student body sec- retary and Roy Ramsour was chosen for editor of the Lasso. John Wester is to be business manager of the Las- so. For the head offices of the Yellow Jacket Gerald Smith will be editor and a run-off between Ernest Micky AUen and Jack Adams will decide the business managership. Marcus Murphy was elected head yell leader b...

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

TCLLO WW SJtB I MKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Pr Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 53 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 FMBfliMlIMIffl THE MOVING FINGER WRITES "The moving finger writes and hav- ing writ Move on; nor all your piety not wit Shall lure It back to cancel a line Nor all your tear wath out a word of It." The Rubalyat. Well the elections are over for a lot of the candidates but there are a few that still have the old strain on the nervous system to contend with. The boys out for president and the ones who are running for the busi- ness manager's job on this publica- tion are still worried if they ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 May 1933

THERE IS MORE STRAIGHT THINKING NOW The following: conversation actually took place between a high school sen- ior and a boy who had been out of high school two years: John: "I have absolutely wasted two of the best years of my life and the tragic thing about It all is that I did not appreciate the fact until I did a little straight thinking about a month ago." Henry: "What do you mean John? You have been getting ten dollars a week ever since you left high school. You board at home and have plenty of money for your cloth- es and amusements." John: "True enough I have been getting ten dollars a week and I sup pose I might go on getting ten dol- lars a week for the rest of my life if I should continue on my present job. It took me less than half a day to learn my work. Since that I have been a machine. There is no chance for advancement nor do I have any hold on the job; any one else with two hands and a reasonable amount of sense can do my work as well as I can do It. So you see I am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 4 May 1933

HP JUNIORS (Continued from page 1) help make the program show up In all Its Spanish attire. Wilburn Underwood chairman of the finance committee assumes that he la going to have been a Spanish bandit to get all the funds that are due him. Editorially speaking Class chip in. Program Arranged The program for the prom as ar ranged by the program committee will feature Spanish music and sev eral numbers concerning the life in Spain have been brought out. The first number on the program is the wel- come address by the president of the Junior class Gerald Smith and the re- sponse will be made by Osborne Lit- tle president of the Senior class at Putnam. The faculty address will be made by Thomas R. Havlns and the student address by Clyde Dean president of the student body. Other numbers on the program are supposed to be sur- prises to both the visiting Seniors and many of the Junior class members. "OUR COURTS" (Continued from page One) Rangers constables sheriffs and dep- uties to assist hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 May 1933

ACKET VOL. XIX. No. 31. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 11 1933. PRICE to YELLO H EDtSBbbbbbbV m kssl TEXAS CONFERENCE MEET IN ABILENE UNDERWOOD AND ALLEN GET CALL HAVE MAJORITY Other Officers of the Stu- dent Body Given With Duties Election run-offa were held Tues- day from nine until four o'clock with the result that Wilburn Underwood is the president of the student body for 1934 and Ernest (Micky) Allen is business manager of the Yellow Jack- et. These were the only two offices to be filled and were the only ones any- thing like close in the first election. The candidates for president of the student body were Jake Edwards and Wilburn Underwood and the two run- ning for the business manager of the Yellow Jacket were Ernest Allen and Jack Adams. The returns of the election were: Jake Edwards 85 votes; Wilburn Un- derwood 134; Ernest Allen 136 and Jack Adams 84. The complete set of officers for the school year 1933- 34 ire: Wilburn Underwood president of the student body; Loften Bragg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 May 1933

rain o. II p-S?ifBj ACKET SENIOR RINGS (Continued from page 1) Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Year $1.50 Stf ring. About twenty students have the ilngs so far. The ring has A. B. and '33 surrounded by a wreath over which there are two yellow jackets. The rings are very pretty and are the envy of many of the lower classmen. We're Inclined to say "He's a gen- tleman" when we can't think of any other nice appellation. THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC .-a . t?T 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. JOKES 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 MOTHER God sent the birds and sunshine To gladden all the world; Sent the foliage and flowers In radianre ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 May 1933

Religious Activities - LIFE SERVICE BAND The Life Service Band voted to go to Boyson's Cut for an all-day retreat Saturday May 13. The purpose of the retreat is to give the members a chance to get the best ideas concern- ing the work in which they are en- gaged. There are to be three addresses one at 8:30 one at 1:30 and the last at 7:00. Other entertainment than the addresses are to be a hike In the morning and a baseball game In the afternoon. The members of the band are urged to attend the meeting and bring a friend. . The programs sponsored by the group last week-end were held in Red Banks where a program was given Saturday night with two at the Sun- day meetings. The group also attend- ed an all-day singing at Brown's Ranch and were entertained by the Simmons quartet. A request was made that the Four Leaf Clover be presented the next time such an oc- casion was held. RELATIVE VALUE OF "A MAN AND A MULE." Ovrr the hill trailed a Dixie man behind a Dixie mule drawing a big Dixie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 11 May 1933

TENNIS AND GOLF (Continued from page One) ord Is held Jointly by Cates of How- ard Payne and McLaughlin of St. Ed- wards. The record Is 51 seconds even. The half mile will also be bettered more than likely. Simmons of A. C. C has done the 880 In 1.55.4. This is considerably better than the present record of 2.001 held by Weatherby of Simmons University. Keeling of How- ard Payne may also lower the record In this event. The mile relay is due to take a tumble as the Wildcat quar- tet has done the distance in 3.22 or near that time. The old record is held by the Jackets. 220 May Be Broken The two-twenty low hurdles are not safe from being broken. Underwood of Howard Payne and Nowell of Abi- lene Christian have been running them In fast time all season. Hill and An- drus of Simmons may prove to be dark horses in this event. The high hurdles seem to be safe as the record is 15.2 held by McCarver. Under- wood seems to be the best in this event. The high jump is sure to fall. Watkins of A....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 May 1933

YELLO mn VOL. XIX. No. 32. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUR8DAY MAY 18 1933 PRICE ft COMMENCEMENT TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY A.C.C. WILDCATS WIN T.C. MEET Jackets Lose Track Title to First Year Entry RECORDS FALL A. C. C. 59 1-6 pts; H.P. C. 43 5-6 pts;Simmons 22; Daniel Baker 21. Abilene Texas May 13. The five year supremacy of the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets In Texas Conference track and field supremacy was broken yesterday afternoon on the slow and wind swept track of the Abilene High School Eagles but the former cham- pions put up a dogged fight before finally bowing to the great galaxy of stars that represent Abilene Christian College long a leader in T. I. A. A. track and field classics. The Wild- cats annexed eight first places in yes- terday's annual conference classic and these added to a generous sprink- ling of second third and fourth pla- ces gave the new champions a grand total of 59 points plus which proved to be a safe margin in that their nearest competitors could amass only 43 points...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 May 1933

mio Y 1. ifjpMKA l ACKET Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $1.50 g 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 im m mfluiAi n 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. That Texas Conference Track Meet the other day In Abilene was very good in many ways and was very hot all the time. Howard Payne failed to win for the first time in six years so that probably makes the opinion of some of the people differ as to the success of the meet. Abilene Chr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 May 1933

Religious Activities Life Service Band The program for this week's meet- ing of the Life Service Band was uni- que In that there was no set program and the entire meeting was turned over to the members to tell something of what their mothers meant to them. Almost every member spoke concern- ing the mother to whom they owe much and told what she meant to them now that they were away from home. James Carroll gave a report of a training school held In Stanton last week. There were nine conversions and seven additions to the church. In the school there was also a B. T. S. and a Sunday School class organized. The concluding programs of the year will be rendered next Sunday in Denison and in May. Seven boys in- tend to leave here Saturday morning to go to Denison. The last meeting of the band will be held next Monday evening on Round Mountain. The subject of the meeting is to be "What the Life Ser- vice Band Has Meant to Me." The members of the organization are re- quested to meet in fron...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 18 May 1933

COMANCHE TRAIL (Continued from page one) pole was made by Troop 2. Troop 8 presented the history of fire making. The history consisted of making fire by rubbing two sticks together by use of flint and steel and the fire sup- posed 'to have been given the Indian by the Great Spirit. The old witch also built her fire and in the last the modern youth or jelly bean made fire. Bugle Calls Given All the bugle calls of the scout camp were given with the last "Taps" presented as a specialty. One of the buglers played the lead and the others gave a good echo. A drill by Troop 12 followed the bugle concert. A first aid demonstration was given in which several of the first aid les- sons were shown. After the real les- sons of the first aid training were shown a mock first aid demonstration was presented by three of the boys. Troop 12 gave an archery exhibition that was very good. Several stunt shots were made and during the whole demonstration there were no arrows that missed the mark and only...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1933

YELLO MKET VOL. XIX. No. 33. BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1933 PRICK Be COMMENCEMENT THIS EVENING AT 8 P. M. Dormitory Inmates Show Much Talent In Imitation Racket NO ONEEXCEPTED Glee Club Has Mock Rehearsal; Select Representative Students and Faculty See Themselves as Others See Them. Tuesday morning saw more mock ery than has ever before been seen in the stately halls of Howard Payne. The Dormitory girls and the Barn boys presented a sham chapel pro- gram in which there were no sacred people. The chapel opened with sing- ing led by a psuedo Carroll Aly and Eddie Lake Tate. The impersonators were Tolbert Laurence and Mavour- neen Gray. Professor Winebrenner took charge after the song and conducted the an- nouncements very characteristically. He was impersonated by Carroll Pea- den in the uniform of a Scoutmaster. Among those making announcements were Bradley Allison played by Kent Appleby; Orville Walker as seen by Clark Roberds; Cap Shelton as he ap pears to Dutch Schuman was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1933

YELLOW JACKET MAY 24 1933 mio WlllQl Mm Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas as second-class mail matter. Per Year SUBSCRIPTION BATES: $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 Gerald N. Smith Editor J. C. Wilson Business Manager Bud Canady Sports Writer Ernest Allen Jr Assist. Business Manager THE LAST EDITION This the last edition of the Yellow Jacket for the school year 1932-33 is a summary of the year's activities in all the various lines of extra curricula as well as scholastic work. The paper is a little bit larger than usual and has a little different form of Sport's page but outside of the small change there the paper is the same form that it usually is every week of the school year. This last paper is devoted quite a bit to the Seniors who are leaving the old school for oilier activities in life. These students have wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1933

YELLOW JACKET MAY 24 1933 Jackets Have Successful Season WIN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP; RATE HIGH IN BASKETBALL RACE; WIN SECOND PLACE IN TRACK MEET 5TH FOOTBALL CROWN WON BY JACKETS ; LOSE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP IN FIVE YEARS TRACK COMPETITION The Jackets -sy r. ikHPEKiTfVrF&i ESP? " Kw. m WR;' The Howard Payne Yellow Jackets en- joyed another suc- I cesful football sea- son in that they an- nexed their fifth Texas Conference title. The Jackets during the past sea- son were led by "Hoot" Masur. whn made the Jackets one of the best- can- tains that ever led a Jacket eleven on the field. Coaches Cheaney and Keaton started the season with few regulars but after the first fray of the year the Jackets were winners. The El Paso School of Mines handed the Cheaneymen their first and only defeat of the year at El Paso the first game of the season. The second game of the year the Jackets whipped the San Marcos Teachers in San Marcos by-i score of 14-6. In this the Jackets did not look so go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1933

m YELLOW JACKET MAY 24 1933 BAPTIST STUDENTS UNION ACTIVE 1932-33 i. I -i B. S. U. Sponsors Several Religious Organizations Here ALLISON PRESIDENT HjI State Convention Here Last October; Twenty Colleges Represented. Baptist Student's Union members have been very ac- tive this year in the work for which the organization was staited. The president of the Union for the school year 1932- 33 was Bradley Al- nsuii u senior. Al lison was well equipped for the office and during the year sponsored all the religious activities on the campus. The B. S. U. was host to the state convention of the organization and also sponsored the annual college le- vival. Other work sponsored by the group were training schools held in many of the churches and associa- tions of the surrounding section of the state. The State B. S. U. Convention was held in Howard Payne under the au- spices of the regular organization in the college on October 28-30. The keynote of the convention was "And If I Be Lifted Up" and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1933

YELLOW JACKET MAY 24 1933 Vs LET'S GO This Is our last Issue. In the past nine months we have done perhaps not our best but at least have made a fair attempt to give you our faculty and fellow class- mates a paper that would best fit your needs and uphold the traditions of our school. In many ways we have failed; much criticism has been re- ceived and given; people hurt; preju- dice squashed; enemies made friends proved and above all in this year of Give Jewelry to the COLLEGE GRADUATE Watches and Diamonds are the GIFTS SUPREME and we have them at the Right Prices Gifts from 50c up at ARMSTRONG'S JEWELRY STORE OH hktm hs O stress when many of you have been unable to lend the financial aid that you would otherwise have willingly done the Yellow Jacket has come out. We feel proud thoroughly realizing and giving thanks to those few who thtough their co-operation with no awards asked or given made this pos- sible. Yet there is one thing which when thought of makes this paper seem of sma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellow Jacket — 24 May 1933

YELLOW JACKET MAY 24 1933 WOMEN'S ATHLETICS HOLD ATTEN- TION DURING YEAR DUE TO MEETS BASKETBALL VOLLEY BALL TENNIS HIKING CLUB AND BASEBALL PART OF MAJOR SPORTS W. A. A. STARTED Girls Show More Inter- est Than Ever Before. Women's Athletics have had more attention this year than ever before. The coach Mary Tolbert was partly responsible and as muc h of the cre- dit for the basketball successes goes to Leslie Terry and to Mrs. Bradley Alison the honor is rather well di- vided. The Dormitory Girls won an invitation meet and were almost un- defeated the whole year. Captains of the Town and Dormi- tory Teams were Lurly Whltmlre and Oleta Fisher. Both captains were cen- ter. The season from all sides was successful for the two teams entered competition with the schools from the surrounding high schools and by that means were allowed plenty of room for playing other than mere practice. Invitation Meet The second invitation meet ever to be held for the girls teams were held February 26-27...

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