The Prism (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, April 28, 1916

THE PRISM
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Volume 15
UROWXWOOI) TKXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 28 HlllS
So. 35
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I'KINI INC. LNLAIIOINt;
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TAYI.OK BHOh STUDIO
MR. JESSE HUNTER TO
GIVE ALUMNI ADDRESS
Former Ciaduate Id Hum- Place in
Commencement Kcrcises
It has long been the desiio of How-
ard Payne College to see time when
her own students could come back
and fill po.-il ions of honor and note
mound tne college. That dosiie lias
seen I'ulfillmeul scveial times in the
past a student of Howaid Payne is
lilling the office of legistiar and hold-
ing the position of professor of his-
tory; and Rev. Chillies Pieice now
pastor of a cluucli in Austin gave
our alumni nddiess last year.
This year foi the fiist time a min-
isterial giaduato of Howard Payne
has icturued to hold a meeting in the
college. .Mr. C'rinim and Mr. Cumbie
wen' so well liked by the students and
town folks who attended the student
meetinu that Re". .Minis of the First
linplist Cluucli invited them to con-
tinue the meeting at the chuich.
Mr. Hunter who is to deliver the
Alumni Address this yem is a grad-
uate ol Howaid Pavne in the class of
P.I HI. He is now County Judge ot
l'eees county and is "making good"
in the true sense of the wold. His
success is an evidence of what Howard
Payne students can do alter they have
gone out with the influence of the
college upon them. Seveinl other old
Indents arc t ) '"ili us at com-
mencement some of wiioni also will
have a pait in the progiamx.
HOWARD PAYNE LOSES
TO SIMMONS COLLEGE
Yellow Jackets are Wallapcd by Sim-
mons' Hea Hitters
(Fioin Thursday's I'u'lctin)
The Howard Payne base ball team
leturnod last night from Abilene
whore a game was played Tuesday
with the Simmons College team. The
lenult of the game was 1" to I! in
favor of Simmons. Xo game was
played yesterday on account ol wet
V rounds.
The big score made by Simmons is
a surprise to local baseball fans and
the Howaid Payne boys do not at-
tempt to explain it. F.vans pitched
the game for Howard Panye with
Wooden and Huntei as catchers.
"Shoity" Mitchell the regular catcher
of the club was left at home with
a bad finger and his loss was piob-
ably responsible for some of the bad
luck of the Yellow Jacket's nine.
(ilommoiis star twirler for the Abi-
lene Baptists pitched in Tuesday's
game.
o
lCveryone who is interested in track
wojk should by all means come out
to practice. We ha"e some good men
but need more. There is a large
bunch out every evening and under
our competent coach a winning track
team can be developed. Kvery man
is needed; come out try for .something.
200 3 TO CHOOSE
REVIVAL AT FIRST
CHURCHJPROGRESSING
rcat Crowds Attending and Much
Interest is Shown
The meeting conducted by Messrs.
Crimni and Cumbie which was mov-
ed fioin the college is still going on.
The crowds have been steadily increas-
ing despite inclement weather part
of the time. The ciowds Wed-
nesday and Friday nights filled
the church building to overflowing
and it looks as if the services may be
moved to the Christian tabernacle.
.Mr. Crimni preaches tonight the
last of a series of three seinions on
"The Inevitable Result of Sin."
"Success is said to come in 'cans'
and not in 'cant's. Those who be-
lieve they can succeed may fail but
tho.se who believe they can not suc-
ceed are almost certain to fail."
YOUR SUIT FROM K
STUDENTS VOLUNTEER
MOVEMENTS GEO'TOWN
Held 21-22 and 23 of This Month .1.
Frank Weedon Reports.
In chapel this morning J. Frank
Weedoii gave us a detailed report of
the Student Volunteer Mo"omont. He
made an inteiesting talk telling us of
the personnel of the convention the
busines. transactions and the theme of
the sessions. He reports that all was
inteiesting and instructive. Many
missionaries from various countries
home and abioad were theie and
made talks that all students interest-
ed in mission movements should have
heard. In a word the convention was
a glorious success.
o
"You are no more a Christian be-
cause you belong to the church than
you would be a horse if you lived in a
stable." lii uce F.vans.
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fS : : K Come See 'Em. EMMETT EVANS
THE PRISM NEEDS
YOUR CO-OPERATION
Help The Staff Make The Prism
More Democratic
If you do not get your Prism until
Monday do not blame any one but
yourselves. The staff and a few oth-
rs have been putting out our paper.
Students wake up get busy throw
your whole soul into the college put
a little life in your part of the Prism
get some pep and wiite something
that can be published in our paper.
Write news articles. If you don't
know any news nor can't find any
stage a fight on the campus and writo
it up . The staff needs your help.
Without articles fioni the students
our paper is late in going to press
so if you lie down do not expect
your paper until Monday.
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. The Prism (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, April 28, 1916. Brownwood, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth99977/. Accessed April 21, 2015.