Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 9, 1933 Page: 3 of 4
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1 Women's Athletics 1
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 members must hike about 100
It is said that a new class for
preacher's wives and members of the
faculty will be organized soon. The
director states that all meetings will
be conducted behind closed doors.
Announcements for Women
To the left of the door where you
enter the library is a small space of
blackboard that will be devoted to
announcements for the Women's
Athletic Association. There will be
no more announcements made in
chapel concerning the activities of
the Physicial Education Department.
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round of play in the state tourney and
on Saturday morning they will oppose
the winner of the Temple-Lamesa
fray. Temple won the tournament
last season but are not nearly so
strong this year. The Lions will
probably meet Temple as they are
favored to top the Lamesa cagers in
the first round.
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'Tis better to have loved and lost
Than never to have loved at all.
Men love to hear of their powers
but have an extreme disrelish to be
told their duty. Edmund Burk.
We hear that the editor has gone
into business. Anyway he has a cel-
lophane bathrobe for sale.
By the way we have some politi-
cians in the old institution. We un-
derstand that Professor Winebrenner
has announced for dog catcher in the
city elections to be held April 2.
Professor Havins big chief was out
on a hunting expedition Wednesday.
Dr. Taylor solved the mystery with
a few well' placed words.
We hear that our friend from Me-
nard just "loves" to go to education.
Any way here is the story. After
final exam Miss Puckitt went up to
the desk and said "I certainly have
enjoyed being in your class Mr. Chea-
ney." Mr. Cheaney replied "I am sor-
ry you could not have been here
We have just learned that Duke
Shaw is very good when it comes to
the art of washing and drying dishes.
That is the report that drifts in from
the Raley mansion. Power to you
We hear that Jodie Caldwell went
with the Life Service Band on a tour
last Sunday. It seems as though he
found a school teacher that he fell
for so he dined with her. There was
a group there so some had to wait
and cat at the second table. When
the fust group had finished the hos
tess took the plates from the table
and replaced them with clean ones.
Jodie unconsciously filled another
plate and began eating again. It is
said that he ate as much as any of
the ones at the second table at this
round. Stay in there Jodie.
It looks as if Cupid made another
hit. Anyway we see the young man
who runs the library and the young
lady who teaches the girls their bas-
ket ball together often. Oh well
spring is in the air.
Oh well such is life but let's get
slightly more serious. Here is a new
term. New students have come in.
Let's make them feel at home. Start
the new term off right make life as
easy as possible for every one; even
your teachers; so study a little more
(By Luella F. Henderer)
Oh come! I say: why waste today
Yielding to despair?
Carry on! There is a way
To drive away dull care.
Why sit and mope? You need not
In pathways ever dark;
Just try to hold a bit of hope
And fan the glowing spark
You've had a blow. Oh yes I know
A staggering wallop too
But you're not out. Get up and go.
Take courage! Start anew!
Do thy duty; that is best;
Leave unto thy Lord the rest.
See the "Sign of the Cross."
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glass supported by two slaves. The magician
waves a white sheet in front of the pretty
maiden . . . pronounces a few magic words . . .
Presto! She has disappeared in thin air.
"Disappearing" acts are among the most popu-
lar in the repertory of the magician. Dogs
horses girls whole rooms disappear whisked
into wings dropped through trapdoors hidden
by mirrors. But this "disappearance" is a bit
different. One of the"slaves"is a hollow dummy.
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little lady disappears completely into the con-
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There is also a trick of cigarette adver-
tising whereby a few magic words are
used to create the illusion of "Coolness."
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by the speed of burning. Fresh cigarettes
retaining their full moisture burn more
slowly... smoke cooler. Parched dry ciga-
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dry out as soon as packed.
Camels are cooler because they como
in the famous Humidor Pack of welded
three-ply MOISTURE-PROOF cello-
phane . . . and because they contain better
A cigarette that is fresh full of natural
moisture and blended from choice ripe
tobaccos tastes cooler than one that is
harsh and acrid. For coolness choose
a fresh cigarette made from costlier
It Is a fact well known by
leaf tobacco experts that
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Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 22, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 9, 1933, newspaper, March 9, 1933; Brownwood, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102200/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.