Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 22, 1934 Page: 2 of 4
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HOWARD PAVNE YELLOW JACKET
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' 'rocks are being followed by aspir-
ing young P.omeos whose hearts are
j pinned iand rather loosely too on
! lease Is a daringly and realistic ex-
pose of the dignified debutante rack-i
el. jesse u. lihiv j.uu......
1 gone to the poclety pages for his ma-
Entered at the post office at Brownwood Texas
as second-class mail matter.
Subscription per school year $1.00
I Guess I'll always wonder what they
land to talk about hour after hour
while strolling about on the lawns or
' sitting on those renowned "iron pipe I
benches" out front.
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. I
Gerald N. Smith Editor ;
Ernest (Mickey) Allen Jr Business Manager
Firman Early Assistant Editor .
Wbodrow Smith Assistant Business Manager I
Horace Trout Cartoonist
Elair Morris Special Reporter
Alice Mae Fitzgerald Society Editor
Roy Ramsour Feature" Writer
J. Waddy Bullion Ray A. Doyle Columnists1
Elizabeth Jo Doyle Jodie Caldwell Lindsey Dublin Bob English
Which reminds me maybe I should
try for an interview with those "ben-'
ches." Don't you know they could tell
many interesting stories about well
maybe about the new American gov-'
ernment and maybe about something
so much older than that that it really
should be out of date but Just keeps
hanging around. You guess.
There was much discussion at the
opening of the Spring term concern-
ing the courses to be taken but I'll
wager that no other study in the col-
lege has received higher enrollment
nor benefited more by interest than
Campusology 101. Competent instruc-
For a while I thought those cold
snaps were never going to end but
Elmer Snoopswdl dropped in and in-
formed us that it always warms up
In time for the nest hair cut. Such
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who supply the romantic Interest are
both attractive and able In their roles.
Alison Sklpworth Nigel Bruce and
Hnny Green are excellent In their
allote'd characterizations. The mem-
bers of the praiseworthy cast are Gil-
bert Emery Marjorle Gateson Clif-
ford Jones' Jessie Ralph and Ger-
mttlne Ue Ncel.
Monday and Tuesday March 26-27
"The Cat and the Fiddle."
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Did You Know? Brief Flashes
Elmer also has the Idea that if you
ever get any newi but good news
It's a sign that somebody of your
acquaintance Is not telling the truth
In Our College Library
Did you know that all the Informa-
tion you need to put on the request
slip about a reserve book can be found
Just inside the back cover Author
title numbers everything' And did
you know that you have to put all
that information down on the request
slip before you can take the book
away from the desk'
By Ray Doyle
SPRING IS CAME!
With kites a flyln' in the sky
And girls a actln' kinda shy
Tain't no s'prise that all the boys
Forget their studies for other Joys.
THIS WEEK AT
By Lexie Dean Robertson
I've lingered in old Samarband
When purple dusk sifts down
To watch the camel caravans
Come Jingling into town
Once in a shadowed palanquin
I glimpsed a scarlet gown!
And then I sailed a painted Junk
From Canton to Hong Kong
And Joined my voice in eerie chant
That coolies lift In song.
And lit a scented Joss-stlck
At the call of temple gong.
I've looked upon the Taj Mahal
Exquisite as a dream
Of frosty caravan loveliness
Caught in a clear moonbeam
And set in emerald gardens where.
At night; white peacocks scream.
I've watched the fishing boats put out
When dawn breaks in Capri
Oh I have touched enchanted ports
In every foreign sea
I traveled in a rocking chair
With books upon my knee.
Did you know that Lexie Dean Rob-
ertson is one of our own Exes? And
would you like to go traveling as she
has done-" To France to Italy or the
Polar Regions or Egypt or Africa or
Japan or Switzerland or some other
Interesting place' These books will
take you there: "Life and Times of
Tut-Ankh-Amen' by Bishara Nahas;
"Social Life at Rome" by Fowler;
"First Footsteps in Africa" by R. T.
Burton; "Tiavelh.of Mungo Park" by
Johnson; "Vacation Days in Hawaii
and Japan" by Taylor; "Exploration
of the Alps' by Lunn; "Rambles and
Studies In Gieicc" by Mahaffy; "Ex-
ploration and Adventure" by Charles
Wilkes; "Travels in France and Italy"
by Young; "A Tour Around the
World In 1884" by Gordon; "Two
Years Before the Mast" by Dana;
"Around the World in the Yacht Sun-
beam" by Brassey; "Marvelous Won-
ders of the Polar World" by Dieck;
and "Travels of a Father and Son"
Well Spring is here again (we hope
for a longer stay this time.) The
campus as usual at this time of the
year has done a Tennyson and the
whole world seems brighter and more
A look about will convince even the
hardest of heart that "In the Spring
a young mans' heart lighty turns to
thoughts of love."
Thursday and Friday March 22-23'
"Dark Hazard." i
"Dark Hazard" is a picture story
cf Edwin G. Robinson in the role of
an inveterate gambler. He is assisted
in the play by Genevieve Tobin Glan-
da Farrell Robert Barrat Gordon j
Westcott Hobarr Cavanaugh and Geo. '
The story is played around the race '
tracks of the nation and is a good
chance for Robinson to give a won-'
derful performance of his ability and
Such a relief after months of cold !
wind and overcoats to see the bright
new Spring frocks about the campus.
More often than not these same
Saturday March 24 "Coming Out
Timely universally interesting and
rich in entertainment quality "Com-
ing Out Party" Fox Film's latest re-
r.mt T)nme.rA tlas the role of a strug
gling )oung fiddler in "Coming Out
Pm7v." tht new Fox-Lashy troductton
in which Frances Dtt has the leading
tennl ind hac produced a lavish film
that is packed with laughs romanre
gaycty and music
Going behind the .scene the film i
depicts the petty hates and desires of
tlcbutantes and their ambitious so-
cial climbing mothers. Conniving so- j
clal secrttaiies ambitious band lead-1
ers. and ".'tags" trying to "crash"
coming out parties are few of the
choice morsels served.
Among the season's debutantes is
the lovely daughter of one of New .
York's wealthiest' families. On the eve
of her coming out party she learns j
from her sweetheart a struggling
young musician that he must leave
for Europe to participate in a con-
cert. Although she realizes that it is '
necessary for them to get married
immediately she says nothing and
tearfully agrees to wait for his re-
turn At the party the girl realizes
that she is being unwie and she de-'
cides to elope with a wealthy suitor.
Meanwhile the butler who knows of
her predicament hastens to the boat
to prevent the young man from sail-
ing. They both return in time to stop
the elopement and the lovers are hap-
Frances Dee and Gene Raymond
A new romantic musical co-star-un;r
'nm makes its bow to the pub-
h in the new hit "The Cat and the
Ramon Novano and Jeanette Mac-
Donald are the co-stars and already
they have been hailed as a sensa-
tional "find" wherever the picture has
Both are widely known for their
concert work in addition to their
fame as screen stais. Both recently
returned from extended concert touis
of Europe where they are popular
both on the screen and the musical
stage Novairo in fact was liter-
ally mobbed by admirers when he ap-
peared in public and Miss MacDonald
is generally conceded to be the reig-
ning favorite of the French people
'The Cat and thTwl
concerns an ldvliio ..T'l
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mantle Brussels. .. .tM
the stage success by j.Tn
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hits as "The' Vl.v.4. 2r"l
Love" "One Moment iUl
to Forget." "Sh. r7..M
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recently ana was accUtoJI
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Yellow Jacket (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, March 22, 1934, newspaper, March 22, 1934; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth102237/m1/2/: accessed August 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.