Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 6, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 20, 1926 Page: 2 of 4
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THE HOWARD PAYNE YELLOW JACKET
THE YELLOW JACKET
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Are We Going to Baylor?
Who could miss thai trip? Surely no true Jacket
supporter could afford not to see this big game. And
just think what cheap rates wc get on the train and it
will be special train just for Howard Payne. All of
your friends arc going and they arc expecting you to be
on that train too.
Did you happen to think that Dad Amis and his
Jackets arc depending on every student to be in his place
next Saturday in the Howard Payne section? It is too
big a battle for the team alone wc MUST do our pari!
The College Newspaper
The College Newspaper has a two-fold purpose for
its existence. First the main purpose is the develop-
ment of the students who arc interested in newspaper
woik. Second the reflection of the activities and lift
in the college which ii represents.
The Yellow Jacket will endeavor to fill both if
these purposes with the full co-operation of all the
student body and faculty. In the near future a large
staff will be chosen from the students to cover the vari-
ous departments of the student life. Each department
will have several special writers and assignments will he
made by the heads of the departments to report all items
of interest that happen on the campus. The writer of
every article write-up report etc. will be given credit
for their worn.
Ir you want some real
here is your opportunity.
experience on a newspaper
THE JACKET-PIRATE GAME
Km i est .1 Acre
Willi. Iln! 'Ilii inlghh mi M finiii h'ii (lie In In; Cl i
Cum li Mil" l.mil nl lln Jackets bia;e
'III Ml' ttll.lt tin (lllllll sec
lis notlilii'". said Sh lliwi I he ilili I.
"We'll I ike limit tlilinili tilt' hides "I he; ui tin. mint
We low tu (..it .mil Mum; lo t lie l.ihltln' thin"
tin- I'll ales IwetlH-eidlt. with tin. It niece of eli-lil
Remember how wc foucht and lost last year to the came down mi tin- .i.uku Nest
Hut In the .Imkel (.mill till whs iiilct
Ton quia Mir I'lrutc clilcitnn thought
Knr In cnr heroic in Mir ilns of jorc
(Juletness Ills ili-Icnt hull In ought.
The d.iv Mion il.i;;ncil blight timl warm.
Tlio flcltl for battle wan ctcaied
The Pliates ht.nc ami confident
Ti Mm mouth with knives were Reatctl.
" Tls no buttle to four mo lads"
(Juntli the man of many u ;;:it.
The Jackets ate stated to the while of Mtclr ejes
And will not ever fight no more."
Hut now a mighty howl catnc fiom the bleachers so nigh
Sh ItoilRcr and the men didst look hack
Ami to! and behold thete tame so bold
A whole neat ot the Yellow Jackets.
'To aims! To aims!" he ctlcd with no mirth.
A loyal battle ensued
'I lie Jackets stung Micni here and Micie
Until I hey ;;ete blacked and blued.
Snon the encounter was ocr
A gang plunk was IiiourIiI by the aides
Ami the I'iiates walked down lo the foamy brine
And were laid away in the shade.
m; let Mils lale he a wailllliR
To those whom the Jackets will meet.
Ainoiie who tiles the Jackets and their fight and pep
Will uuicly go down In detcat.
mighty Baylor Bears. We can never forget how they
battered our line every man on the team suffered from
the severe punishment dealt by the Bruins but did we
give up? No! And wc never will. Wc MUST
Beat Baylor! If for no other reason for the memory of
"Battling Firpo" Bums the little guard "Blonde" Bis-
set the mighty line plunger Grady the fighting center
Cap McAlistcr the flccly halfback and nil the other
Jacket Heroes who went down fighting and crying last
year. "ON TO BAYLOR WE WON'T BE BEAT."
t'imp down with a mi.ii while the i.tmion did io.ii
On the lamp ot the Jacket ho upset.
With tin ntlasses c lulis anil othii e i uel things
'I he I'll itcs landed with gli e.
"Well swailh the lithhits ami skill (licit hlilr-;"
(Jinith the I'liate Captain so Itce.
The Volunlcei Uand met about
Rleton; Secictaiy Iln Mac Hodgca;
Tro.iMcr. I.nls Hcrrymnn Cholstcr
Dewey Kay; Pianist Mis. J. M.
Wo iirRentlj retiucst that c;crv
vnlimtner inert with lis each Moll-
tbe'sec." llid cl ooi d! da y ot 6:15 In Ml.. ILskeW. Bng-
Plf.tr." He toll I..B ottlcers fot lisl. room. Wc need ou-you need
tie fall tenm : I'l esi.lc.it. Ilomei ' to be 111 the work. Come lc us
Laics; Vice I'.cbidcnt. Loy Sin- wo.k togothci tor the glory ot (Joel.
It M. M Wilts
A severe and true test was given the Jacket sup
port last Friday at the Pirate-Jacket game and the final
deduction is that WE have the spirit to make our team
a Conference Championship team. The yells were uni-
form snappy and full of whole-hearted fight that help-
ed the team defeat the Pirates.
But let us remember that the good pep of one ganir
docs not win the remainder of the games and that pep
meetings must be given often and the attendance must
be I00' . The public was pleased with Friday's pep
the yell leaders were happy over the spirit and the stn
dent knew that they had done their part to make a Jack-
et Championship possible.
Now the problem that confronts us is ARE WE
GOING TO MAKE THE BAYLOR TRIP POSSIBLE?
It will be a trip worth while a good display of student
support and a chance to help the Jackets in one of tin
hardest games of the season so far. Let's get th
I" ('. Dutton pleached at his
c Inn eh at Mount View Suiiuda;
and m ule a d.iw lot the tall
W. 'I. Spaikiiidii uslted his
ilturches ot Whoa and Kiuek.i
Coleman count; in ititetcst ot the
uiuiiil-up last htiuil ty.
Hen Milam slates that Coggln
Attune Htowiiwood it-spondecl
inilil.; In the iciiiuil-iip ill he .S mi-
ll it in spite ot the tact Miat tin;
lit a building i .Hii-
aie in the mid
T I' Coopci was with l'astiu
1'iaiik Steele at Oroswnoi Suwl.it
In intcicst ot the campaign lie
i.iised fix dollai-i and tlttj cents
In Tote II ip mi k ; Inils il
ait .aught holding nn; tn.et-
t i'i ii ptltli iish
Thou shall ncei diag an;
iiiaidiiiK.it an; age Inn oi niagni
Hide about town oi In- III dang-l
ol petpLt1l.il lo. tine
s .'c;ei .Utile- th;s.l;is in anj
obscene e i.iiiiuut of moduli tut
but In the lags ol the alle; ami III"
-tones en; Worlwoith
! Speak when tiiini aie spoken
to . Ise maintain an iinhiok. u and
slianiiil silence Iti niwnhei lliu
slimy cii'cs that nil nppei 1 1 i--smi n
aie to he titliil. Sil
in .e;et polliile the gl i e II
h ihage of the belinj d c a ill pus with
th imtiied hoots lake no chain is
ot lucking tin- ahow . ninmaml-
i llienlh toi the liiimliiil ejes ol
Aiglls ale wall hitlg ou
Friday & Saturday
. l owd .it Wnlili'fn
Oi i; (ioilbobl spoku S'uiida.; at
Mel wood Awnue in the atteinoon
at Junes Chapel at night it Hclle
I'l.iln A;eniie. Collections wcie
taken at both places
O C. Held olitained a good les-piiii-c1
lioui his chin eh at Salem
when he piesent.il the tall lound-
up campiigu to them last Sunday .
I j il i .- I i .1 . i . ' iniuiui eoiiLeuoii was ai-ii i.iKcll j
iottr aouars ouy a iickci una gee me special train to lor Assac lationai missions
Waco. Wc should know tnat a jacket can stint? a Bear ' !! ' ' "' pieseutcd th. i
1 . I . n j -l " Sipe Spnngs and obtained
but let s go sec it well done. t noble uspoi.se
r. e? i f I i r. r l''ul "1 di'slail.l and blothei
Y-L-A! otudent! Lets go the Baylor Route i;ans ;i&it.d iimnitt ami cniie.icii
sewnl; li;c dollais on tin- lall
i on ml-1 1 p
NOTK I'OIIM THK HKI'OUTIJH
"" I'lea.heis let me li.ne the i cum I
it mil youi Sunilaj's wo.k by noon
s tiit( os m:is i:ast
TI.WS l'ltlll'. t.wii:
SAN MAKCOH. Oct lfi Undei
leaden .skies and on a wet Held
H)ail pieaehul l a laigc the South Southwest fitate 'Uach-
. ieni.i..i.. " ...L -..il...... n.a.. t. ....ii. a.... ..n.i
the Hast Texas State Teaclie.-.
Iiiim Comni.i.e lute I'lidav :l to
o Co lib Ml. ill in .1 the Hohiats
used man; ol lu second suing
nun win n he ka that the K.ist
Texans hid no chime againsl the
slicing Hohiat lint Mi lug machine
In the tii-t tin lulnule.s ot the
game tin- nobcats seined two
toui liilow !!;' and loin we.e Hindi:
iluiilig the lii-l lull.
Many in Howard Payne especially among I he 'lo IIIIMIMI.N
Freshmen. Iinvc not yet learned what real spirit is. They . IU J "'1 X ''."
don't know why the football me get together just before "in thy inami of shame join bsb
a game and cry. They don't understand why the boys l"V hlpj;; K'l Tux
cit when they net the lelcnrams from the students alp'biii gatheiing iii.ms inn will in
home when I hey are on a foreign held just before a big
gridiron battle. No and they never ran understand il
till they gel the iral old bpirit. It can't be explained lo
Labt Friday afternoon in the game with the Pirate
more real spirit was shown than in any other game this
year. When Bill Wright was knocked out and Dr.
Datighcty went out to help him stay in the game we
will never forget the great number of students in the
grand stand with tears in tlur eyes. Especially Profes
sor Winebrenner had the spirit. Professor Winebren- IV'J'i1 '" K'1.
V H H
Wm. Fox presents
Served A'la Western
Tin- IJiicrii ii ii nun nets Hint nil
lb.- non big Fox I'lelitres will
lie shown exi'lu-liel) at Hi.'
"Ilhtll MW'S UW
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'Sole Owner of My Name'
nice awa; lo son e slim; cciin.i
and attempt to limine ;oui slim;
i eat ol Igoi nance hj constant slticl;
:: Thou shall not tail to rellie
lo lh lowlv hahltal at the waning
In ill whin the li.n n-.il d hiiuls
-ei'k thill ilail; lie upc i illiiu Tii'-n
lliou must kc. p th.; piososeis hull -il
in the n.i.ul ile;ating tomes ot
I .New r lake tood b.lnlt Ml
siipeilius the tippet c lasnu n haw
been sci;cd anil lli.n bew.iie of
th maniii rs
.' Thou shall not indulge in III.
he nan otic hiibit.
M.o.i be caught at
the practicing of thete Ipslc hot. an
wiestllng or necking ol the .aiupus
of' the .1111 tills shelias lot clile ago
-ri i r .1 II u .i -J she lias rm dire agon; and ciidlci-i
I ticn too the tootball men who were on the side- t()m jts ui..
line sitting with Dad Amis had the spirit and did their ''hon shait be scanned like-
part in the glorious battle We remember McAtee who
was not in the game and Cook who was injured and
many others who cried during the whole game not for
any other reason than "SPIRIT." If we all get the
"spirit" we will BEAT BAYLOR!
JIJJ5555 'lgyy V ri'P
ncr has been in Howard Payne many years and it seems
that his spuit and loyalty grows with each year.
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Looks Like Two Championships for
Wouldn't it be great if both colleges in brownwood
won a pennant this year. Howard Payne will do her
utmost to win the Texas Conference pennant and Daniel
Baker has a good shot at the T. I. A. A. pennant. Both
colleges haye strong teams and it is hoped that Brown-
...nnJ f-ar. knail n( fortninrr turn rnnmninnnliim this veal.
lit would be greater if Brownwood High School could I
win the Interschlasttc League Pennant but at this time '
that seems irrtpossible. However the Yellow Jackets
are backing every Brownwood team to the limit and. I
winning or losing the Jackets are for you.
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Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 6, Ed. 1, Wednesday, October 20, 1926, newspaper, October 20, 1926; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102085/m1/2/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.