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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 October 1923

' " -f I 7 4" 4 A OT'4J -$ v. " ffS t n - THE COLLE&IAN &l & V .1 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vol. XIX. .BROWN WOOD TEXAS OCTOBER 6 1923 NO HILL TOO STEEP FOR A HIL iWrtK $mmK ' 3 lt r lAMi:i. HA K Hit VOLLVMV TO GKT i;;tio'i t'oit in ilih.xjs kqi'ip. ilKM' AM II.MMMVMU.Vr. ISelow Is an art. do taken from tin I'lfMolcr un Viewpoint a wcekl. .ei o.lica. puhl shed by the sehoo if the Syiiud of Texas ut Dalian 'I fxuu : Unanimously the Synod of Texii lias oidered a Bieat forward movi mum for Christian Educut.on. Tli committee on Schools uml College pieM-nted Its report last weel. showing that u carei'ul Hiirvey hu lieeii niuilo of the entire situut o anil recommended Hint the Presby- tei mis of TeMis pledge $1.3C0iUu.o payable over a period of four year: lor the ueccsi-arv endowment an eim pmeiit of the Institutions untie coutiol of the cliuroh and for tl. payments of debts incurred by tli institutions because of inuileiiuul funds. In the op niou of our chute IpiiiIcih It w.ll mea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 October 1923

iSK 1 & fi?? 1 1 t . THE COLLEGIAN &J :WJi imiwnFC? fijflv iMciai e' ty M "4 if- M . WK S& p THE COLLEGIAN Sdltor Associate Editor Business Managor Assistant Business Manager Faculty Advisory Cointultti-e Society Sports ... Fiction .V&i .'Jokes . ..'3flBBi4BJJJJJJjul KPORTUIIS .-bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbM9JbbbbbbbbbbF w-.rm Mary tk Art aA March 3. rate of postage vnrit6tor authorised March S 1M1. X&if A newspaper puMlatte:Msaliitonthly College In BrowawesTatasa co-ed " Where is the prlft we lined to have In our college societies? Where In all the Interest being concentrated? It Is true that there la much Interest taken In nthletlcH but It you notice It In a small percent of the students who really devote their energies. One of Hie greatest benulltH of the college to a studnt Is the literary society. Unit is where there arc tome Interest tak- en. It is supposed that a student goes to college to get all the benefits offered by that Instltuton. Why should he then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 October 1923

'W'W if: m$ 5"" 'ivij A m&'fi IN Yi: HOODK 01IK TYXKH. Yrnr of Our Lord Ilh(8. A SI inly In Slnnrf. (By Mabel Stone.) Well kltln y.i nee It went like this. The Koyul Dame what they called Queen Dllznfoelli was preamliulutln' around the garden With her yes-yes-lad on what they called linnd-mald-en's in them dnyc. adnt.rln' the Keen- er y and linirdn etc.. when nil of a midden a liid In breeches he had out- grown rtuiH iii and given her the high hand and glad eye. When the usual opening remark 'h over the kd Im .riii.- her li gh iind-mlghtyuens that her favorite mlnn rel or may- lie you'd understand It hetlur If I. mild yarner wan back from a trip aroun' the world no well aa to that hr.inth- IMi new country of America nnd he had Home I on wh'cli would make 11.11 HliakcH)u;t)e'H eniertuSniiiculn look l.ke Sunday School on Itil ly Day. K.ikiti' up her I toy a I licoin and hIiijui n' .Slim (ler nueli will huiiko In iln name) on the back hIio yeile.l to the dame behind her: "Show tome...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 October 1923

"" lX' K s DANIEL MAKER GAINS N HIICITY TMROIUH FORMEH ATHI.KTKH. Daniel Baker College Is gaining ome valuable publicity through the worki ot some of Its former athletei. In the North and Gait the colleges and schools are hearing of Daniel Ba- ker. In far off New York Is a former " Daniel Baker man Will B. Johnson 4who la making nn enviable record In the ntkteUei the East In his work in Columbia University. Every one with whom he cornea In contact hata of the little but loud Texas college Roy White will without goubt do Daniel Daker iu wall M himself much credit In his work in Valparaiso Uni- versity at Valparaiso Indiana. In Washington D. C art two men who claim Daniel Mtr College as their Alma Mater In a recent edition of the Washing- ton Star appeared their pictures a brief sketch of their work and a praise fur Daniel Baker because of having produced two men who secured their appointments above u score of athlete graduateH of the Eastern Universities. J. O. Cude or tho class of '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1923

r?imri&!i$WWW!swfyT' ' : Mtk5iK!Besmnrtw V Lit 174 1 Coil THE COLLEGIAN J"W i k DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vol. XIX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS OCTOBER 20 1923 NO. 2. .- DANIEL BAKEB DEFEATS DANIEL BAKER WINS FIRST PRE IN MMTD PUDE Practically Every Locality in County Represented; Daniel Baker Has Large Num ben Present; Throngs See Pageant. Dmitri llitktr College w" award ed llrxf prize ftiiMM In the School Diiy I'anule WcilnrKilny uiul llir linnwinood Senior High School ciiint' In fur second place n thi ell) dNtrlrt. Of the schools rftre stnlcil from oer the county May High School lok first prlxe i. beaut liul xlher lot In run and lllnnkct High took second place. The School Day program at eleven o'clock Wednesday morning Octohei 10 watt the grentest ulfalr or its kinn ever held In Brownwood. Col logon were represented tin grades were repi evented different 0 ulis from tho different Institution were represented all from Browi County to aid In making this affair wh eh stretched live blocks and wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1923

s I THE COLLEGIAN JXSSKSS THE COLLEGIAN A newspaper publlnlieil semi-monthly 1y the atuiletit body of Daniel Daker College In Drownwood .Texas a co-educational iiiMtltution. AM) UK WASN'T KSUUMH. HITIIKIt. - Entered us second-class mutter February 15 1921. ut the Postolllce u( Drown- wood Texas under the Act of March 3 1S!7. Acceptance for inallliiK nl special rate of postage provided for In Section 1103 Act of October 3 1017 uuthorlEed March 2 1921. mM Kdltor Henry Home Associate Kdltor "Hey Cross Business Manager - Murtl" clly Assistant Business Manager I'M M. Ollllam. Jr. Faculty Advisory Committee Miss Helen Post Mr. C. W. McClullulid Society K"th Skinner Sports . Iloht. Patterson Fiction . Marlon Gingrich Jokes - Mabel Stouo Kxchutfge "Kdltor" "u Klrkpatrlck UKPUK'I'KKM Hayniond LeMny Noble Prentice Mar' Hufford Carry Uroad Huby Lathem m n m iimawwwwv 1 anxiously around dropped ttie ball and with head bowed nr.il tears streaming down his face attode off the Held of battle. lie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1923

THE COLLEGIAN HSRA9 & t i i- -t n . HILL BILLIES HAVE H STEEP HILL HHERD H FROG CONTEST IMNIKI HA K Kit WILL TAKK ON ONK OK HIHOEST SCHOOLS IX STATE (ONKKKKNCK. The motto that Is guiding the des- t.n ch of L'nnlel Ouker athletes "No h II too steep for a Hill Hilly" will have n n uultl test Saturday when the llitte nml Wh.tc outfit meets the Texas ChriAt.an UnlverH.ly llornod Krngs nt Kort Worth. I the Hill nilllos can climb th s hill successfully they will bo all not for the mountain peaks that loom further alone on the r schedule; but it Is ntim tied thut Hie Crude for Saturday Is u mighty steep one. The Mill MUlos made it last vear. but It in currently remirted that the climbing th.s year will lie under somewhat different cond tlona T. C. U. hus a mate student holy of several hundred from wh.ch to uelcil tlie eleven warriors who are to cunv the Purple and White colors Into the fray Saturday. Dan el Maker has la'f a hundred male etudents uud a foot- ball Butiad of twenty-eight ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1923

THE COLLEGIAN !SS Stop Look and Listen! By Marlon Qlrgrlch. Margot Jane Hardy and Betty Rob Imon were two old friends. They had met again this night for the tint time In two years. Both were engaged to be married noon and they were discussing the relative merits of the boys. "Dick t a dear but he la so forget- ful. I guetii moHt boya are though' Margot Jane said. "Dave never forgets things as fat as 1 know but he certainly does like to throw things around. It seems queer about Dick Margot Jane. Nr one supposed that you were engaged for the longest time! Every one knew the exact date of my engagement I know. Next day everyone looked i wise" Iletty said. "Oh Dave has been yours tor si long In the public eye Betty! Then you have the knack of looking espe dally happy. You were so happy looking next day that most anyont could guess. Dick and I wanted ti keep It secret till he finished tha electrical school. And then I dldn' go with Dick so very much. Just twi more weeks until our wedding...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1923

THE COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vol. XIX. BROWN WOOD TEXAS. NOVEMBER 9 1923 NO. 3 SIMMONS DEFEATS DANIEL BAKER I WITH THE OLD W MURE BIND ON HER TRIP TO SIN FRANCISCO "The Old Gray Mare Ain't What She Utter Be" But Crow- es Half the Continent; Many Interesting Place Visited; Serenades All the Big Citi es; Plenty of Fun. The famous old Oruv Mnre Hand from Brownwood composed of busl noss olid profcHHlonal men and stu- (IciUh of Brownwood. left for San Francisco on the night of October th. The Imiul went to Fort Worth whoie it was met by Alvln Owsley then Nu- tlonul Commander of the American Legion. Thov scored a ureal hit In Port Worth when they played ut sev- eral places in the city. At three o'clock tho band loft over the T. & P. for Sweetwater were .t nrrived about eleven to mee the spec ul train bearing the del- egates bound for San FruncUco. Tho tlrbL stop of tho snccial was at Vaughn New Mexico where a short snappy concert was rendered. The tia'n stopped onlv for metis bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1923

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN A newspaper published semi-monthly by the student body of Daniel Buker College lu Brownwood .Texas u co-educatlonal institution Entered us secoud-cluss mutter February wood Texas under the Act of March 3 bpeclul rule uf postage provided for In authorized March 2 1921. -w-w-ww- Editor Henry Home Associate Editor Hlley Cross Business Manager Martin Clary Assistant Business Manager - Ed B. Gilliam Jr. Faculty Advisory Committee Miss Helen Post Mr. C. W. McClelland Society Huth Skinner Sports Robt. Patterson Fiction Marlon Gingrich Jokes Mabel 8tono Exchange Editor Rita Klrkpalrlek hktorTkkm Raymond I.eMay Noble Prentice Mary Hufford Hurry Broad Ruby l.nthem in: Tin: new stiiikxt. "Arousing students to think' :i task though perhaps not Impossible Is pretty dlllleult. How are students or anyone else to he "aroused" to think? Put obstacles In the r way and they walk neatly around them or convince themselves that they never did ciiru to travel along that roud. N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1923

amcaBe9!aMR9IBnH!!a!la9"MiaMaaBaiBaBHiHBMBBiai H HEADED CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE DECIDED Inmates of Goofy Ridge to B attle to a Decision; Each Con. teatant Undergoing Inttns e Training; Referee Selected; An Elaborate Stadium Being Built for Occasion; Battle of Year. Kid Heaves and "One Punch" Mc- lnnls signed a contract day before yesterday to fight for the week head- ed championship of Goofy Rlilge. The con tract calls tor a decision fight so that nicatiH that the fight will ko on until one thrown the sponge In the ring or kisses the canvas. In a per- foiiuI interview with each of the com- ImtantR yesterday each one assured me that he would ho the next to carry the crown. "Kid" Reaves haM established his training quarters In his landlord's garage and Is working very hurd.ln preparation of the coming fight. The general public Is not allowed to watch the "Kid" work out for he Intends to pull something now on his opponent when they meet and he doesn't want it to get out. "One Punch" Mclnnls...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1923

THE COLLEGIAN WE WELCOME THE PARTICULAR CUSTOMER It pnys to be particular and being particular on our part lends individuality to our merchan- dise stamps a purchase with a mark of distinc- tion and establishes confidence in our business transactions. Goods sold with a view to de- ceiving seldom stay sold nor do Ihey make pleased customers but goods sold wherever attention is given toward pleasing particular people can not fail to make friends for our store. Esftftk & Gilblbs THE UfTROMICTOllY RITE. Howard entered the room mispl- cloualjr not for nothing hud thin meeting been called. lie was certain of that fact. The hoys were plan ning something hlg but whflt? Me breathed n nigh of relief as he closed the door behind him some of the boys were already there. He was noi exactly afraid but to come at mid night to a deserted house commonly believed to he Inhabited by ghosts was not especially plensant. Tt wns funny how the boys were acting he thought ns he strolled over to the fire...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 November 1923

y ' I . .. i T H E DANIEL BARER COLLEGE COLLEGIAN ' i . . v Sj '' Vol. XIX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS NOVEMBER 27J923 NO. 4 1 REAVES WINS WEAK HEADED CHNVIPIDNSH1 P OF EflOFY flIDGE ' . : I ' I TWO HILL BIL LY TRUSTEES i ;. : vfitts le.-.tiut Envjiutic Fam WitneM Gr u'elHiiV Baftf : Co V?ry Evenly Matched; Thron CibWd SttdK- :; '' tjemen "Jew" from Cleburne Challenges Champ anra Kid'a Home Town Well Represented. In one of the moat gruoMlug and bloodiest fights over staged In thin section of lKtioratit Vulley Kill Keave.i knocked "Out- Punch" .Mclnnix deud In the Hecnnd round or their xclie-j duled flght-to-a-flnlsh bout. Tlie I. Id1 tailed orf with a bang and "Une Punch"' ended the fight with a wham. Both contestants seemed in the very pinlt of condition each havlnjr xr-ent considerable time reading "How to Box'.' by Nock M. Cold. TIjS Kid entered the ring nt one minute fo eight weailnu Wh Huinlng red suit He did not receive much ap- plause as the crowd seemed to all be Mrlnnlsltes. About a t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 November 1923

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN A aewspaper published semi-monthly by the student body of Daniel Baker College in Brown wood Tetas a co-educational institution. Subscription rate $1.00 per year Advertising Bates furnished upon re quest. ' tu-u-uijxj-uT-r'' j-j-utj-utj-j- j-j-riTi -i-i-Tlt nnnniirjvvi mWMWMk'wmi emei Entered as second-class matter Februsry It 1121 at the Postofflce at Browa- wood Texas under the Act of March. U7. Acceptance tor mailing at special rati of postage provided forBf Section 1103' Act of October 3 1917. authorised March 8 1181. ' -. . ' Editor .";:.''...". ..-...-.-.--. : Henry Horne AeaocMte Editor .'--a Riley Cross Business Maaager JSA .- r Martin Clary Assistant Business Manager ...-. Ed B. Ollllam Jr. Faculty Advisory Committee j'.fMlss. Helen Post Mr. C. W. McClelland Society 'i ..'. -- - Ruth Skinner Sports - Rbt. Patterson Fiction - - --- Marlon Gingrich JokeVY- ;:... '.-. Mabel Stone Etching Editor v-"i--"-' Rlu Klikpatrlck . ' . Raymead LeMay Noble Pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 November 1923

'in- .m ?.. DOIITORY GIRLS OF OAffEL BAKER TAKES HIKE SFEJSD AVTKRXOON ON ROUND MOINTAINi K XI' LORE NEARBY HILLS. On vpmber 11 the girls of the 4orlmlt..ry derided to take a hike to Itounil tlountaln to spend the day. After retting permission from (the Rood ii ntron of the dormitory the glrlH hi. rted out on their trip. fly w tlklng and riding at fitful In- tervals !hey finally nrived at the top of Hiild mountain In time to cook their lunch. After resting over the well cooked and eti! ptous meal they started out to explore the scale and summits of called iti'veral timet for the mountain the mow tains neurby. Time out was climber i she billy gouts to pull out "Joy Itu Iters." The r'rls all decided that as good Hill Billies that they would make fine school uachers so crippled and tired hut wi !i pleasuut memories of the duy llit-v finally diugged back to the dormltuy to enjoy civil life once more. Thofu not escaping the "Joy1 Huwkei ." and the big black dog were: Mlhserf: Adelaide .M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 November 1923

THE COLLEGIAN ? WHY WE HOLD THANKSGIVING Whether you celebrate the day in patriotic memory of the ancestors of many present day Americans or whether you sit down to a feast in keeping with your thankful- ness for the great America which we are all of us making today it is a mighty good plan to pause a bit at this turn of the seasons and sum up the many blessings that have been ours since we last carved our turkey. Here at the store we could well spend the day in thank- fulness for the ever widening appreciation of our efforts to give our community the very best store of its kind And we must say that our advertising is ringing true to the word for our patronage this fall indicates that our merchandise has been as well represented as it has been selected. We certainly hope that everyone who reads this li tie token of our appreciation will have the same cause for thankfulness in the realization of having given the best that is in them in fair play fair dealing and fair trading. iftftis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1923

'Sf " .' '"WW f j ?ca '4 & 77 a-'1 i VI .v ... v'i?j- THE . 'If 's.1 R ? j i - 'j - i - i?W ?.'. .'" r ntT- IVtAOj -vl '. 1 . '' . a?.1 Rl es ; COLLEGIAN " viy JW ? . ' '' ' " '-. -I I I Mt - - 1 I Jl . ( iL .!. . 1 ... X 1 it. k .lVm-- . . m r N DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vol. XIX. . BROWNWOOD TEXA&DECEMBER II 1923 GOGGIHS DEFEAT PI ALPHAS IN HARD FOUGHT BASKET BAIL CAME First of a Series of Inter-Society Garnet; Pep Squad of Each Team Stage Battle Royal in MkUField Be- tween First and Second Period. Many things beside beauty were necessary to enable the Cogglns to defeat the Pi Alphan In thcit first scheduled basket ball same on Thurs- day afternoon December 6th. Al- though the Hcore was rather decisive 29 to 14 the game was' hard rought throughout. At the end of the first period the scoro stood Ih favor of tho Pi Alphas but toon after tho second period had started tho Cogglns Rained tho lead which they held throughout tho re- mainder of the name. Tho Coggln Team was composed of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1923

POT ? 'W''' '- -" 4fi mttj 1U " ffl BBBSBBsniBBBBBBBBisr- . J t- MA r w.'i H iv iff niir . fci Iff THE COLLEGIAN HHr'nMlihtd semi-monthly bj Ike Undent body of Daniel Baker IMflft arawawood .Texas a co-educMftui inatitutlon. rmms- " " iryy m. tbwrlptlon rate $1.00 per year adHrtaBK rflre'8 furnished upon re- THE COLLEGIAN I it at 'secosd-clsis natter February II. iB2i. at hP'.im . .-..;' .TexsA under the Act of March 3 MI7. Acceptance for mailing at lira of pottage provided for In fatten 1108 Act of October 3 1017 March 2. 1921. J01Am0H Mfc L..U. I V .. ........ . j Until-v tfnnc eMteMltor .................... nn n.. Illness Manager ..luxit-" m..h. m-.. flaunt' Business Manager . '..'."."'.'.".EA B. Gilliam. Jr. icuuy Advisory comraitteo Mb ui.n t. xi- r w Mriii.v.i 2l'3r - - Ruth Skinner H?. -Jr.ia. Noble W. Prentlco "?t0 l Marlon Qlngrlch J?" "T --W" Luellu McQueen Etchange Editor .. Mubol.stone KKP0RIM8 Raymond LeMay Adelaide MeK oe Robert Patterson Chloe Steel Harry Broad pwi wm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1923

"r '- 4i'i A$ifl2 tv J t v : "1 -s .. t v -V r ;. v-' ; ..N ' .' '.' ' ! 1 '- J I v-'h i ' i ' ' .x; ..A. f r 11 "ife ' f&W v syjBjlil. W i.lt BBalVH BrBBBSk l " y"' ifyg f LTft KAPPA SI6IM SOCIETT mim BiefiERAHQBETTER Much Interest Shown Among Members; Several Candidates Initiated Into Society; Joint Meetings and Social Whh - Sitter Society Planned; Student Requested. Since the last edition of the College Ian me Delta Kappa Sigma Literary Society has takon great strides in Its work. 'They have accomplished much In the past'three' meetings. The pro.- gram committee nss arranged very Interesting 'programs and the mei Vera have shown much Interest and 'ability In the presentation of their parts. Among the first year men there is much good material tor the debating and oratorical contests that are to come and unless some work ia done by the' opposition they are going to carry off all honors. A number or new members wero initiated 'at .the. past two meetings and some are still in li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1923

Hf M THE COLLEGIAN -' '-v K' $ iettle the Gift Buying Problem at CWy & Brewer's Jewelry Store Also We Have a Nice Line of Greeting Cards V i "TT" mm !"" i iSHm Only 11 More Shopping Days Till Christmas Useful Gifts Are the Host Appreciated EETT1 aumdl i G The Ladies' Store of Brownwood ' Defeated fiv the upper upper Classmen At chapel on Flirt. . . uliallensp uth isuerl ui ciaibii ". ;i'.ij(l loyalty that tho students ol' Dan- tn tin- Pie'b- cl Baker College have us their model. men by the upper claihiuiii both hnv; .Mfcs Post. sponsor for the upper- and slrls for .basket ball sanies to tlc-i luss boys said: "1 believe tho panic D) pnran m i) cide tho chiiinpioiihhip of D.mid 1U- ker. Tho ohalleno v. is liiiniiiil.itel i Accepted tint! the jinnies ucie -.it t or i that afternoon. The Freshmen boys oi e defeated. In hard fought same to the tunc ot il k to 12. Pclti Eloc Stringer of the up. per classmen was easily tho star or J tbe same. His exact shots to the bus- ket proved to h...

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