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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1925

-y-r fl e $ '-- Invitation and Announcement Number i- THE COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE SENIORS BE OURGUESTS FRIDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT w VGLXk CLASS '25 BREAKS RECORD IT DM BAKER COLLEGE Thirty-five fars ago when Brown- Wood was only n siniill front lor town n little group of devoted Cltrlstlan uien anil women conceived the Idea of building a Presbyterian College In Central-West Texas. The leading spi- rit of the movement was the Into Brulnard Taylor McCMIuml. I). I). our former townsman pastor ami col- ifgf president. Almost without funds hut with an ahundunre of fnltli these pioneer ex- ponent of Christian education found- ed Daniel linker College in Drown- wood Tcxus in I UNO und raised as a monument to (2nd the beautiful toue walls of the present Adminis- tration building. Or. MrClellund was chosen the first president and In the full of IRftf' the college opened Its doors for the first terms work. Stu- dents came find the college prosper- ed. Immediately there hegan to grow a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1925

& AKOtTWO THE COUBlAN ? V ti ' i : tih WnWHJ .SNL'iMi. i WW 1 ' "A S "oS - Zi I Si h VWs '$ my w The COLLEGIAN Kntered as second-class matter February lil 1921 nt the potUSce at Umwawoorl Texas imder the Art nf March tfft Aceerrtanw ftr ing nt special rate nf pottage provided far In .Section 1103 Act of October .3 mi atithorlml March 2 1021. A nnepaptr pnblUhnt $tmUmonthg hji Ihe uludml Imilfi n Danhl Ritkrr Colltpt in Hrtwiimorf Ttsegt a ro-tdntnlion itutitutinit. All correspondence for The Collegian should he addressed to the editor. All students contributing news will pleac turn In material nt The Collegian otlce In the Cnggln Memorial Hall. All matters pertaining to advertising or business should be directed to the Business Manager. SUHSCRlPTlAx RATKiti Per Term . ... SO Cent Per Year (Sclwol Year) . . il.sn VrU)i Ailviwii Committtr Miss Helm Post Mr. C. W. McClelland P.DITOKIAI. STAFF V.ditnr-in-V.hitf . Noble W. Prentice Juoeinte Kditar ... . Mubel Stone putmllntjt Xtm Hut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1925

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1925

' ftV'' j-ikTTp t Vb'g-ft -i"T -" ; ' 'f.t v tu " i" FOUR i THE COLLEGIAN : rr. v Ik? U h s. 9 ?y 5?r ' A BRIEF HISTORY OP DAHIKI BAKKR COLMMK AM ITN FUTIIHK. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Roach Clarence Freclaml McDnn- noujth K. Y. Frrclnnd Hnrvry Rntcli ford nncl other. No lrm fnmmis were the team!) of 1004 to 1900 com posed of the late 'Nig' Perry nub- sequent "Texiis Umg Horn' Mar mid coarh of Onnlel linker Collcxe Ar- nold Klrlcpatrlck later another Tcxns University Ktiir mid former email nt Howard Pnyne College whu (Iru-lopi'il the past championship (cam IVtrc Probst enus niack llcrt Hurlliiit Will ilosklnson Don dimly Hub l.ow Katon mid others Again In 1912 with every man hi college coming out for football the Blue and White coached by llu wl- eran Freeland demonstrated Its su- periority over Its rivals. This ttnm one of the heaviest ever seen In action here' was composed of llrouk Dosicr and Bob Coley giant tackles Vernon Adnrat and Mayfleld Glhbs our pres- ent nsslstant coach hti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 June 1925

mr invj .. lit T MP' . .. v; Read and Support Collegian 1925-26 Ft . F DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE u M6LXX BROWNWOOD. .TEXAS JUNE 2 1925 TOTTC GOLLfeaiAN THE $ Let' Contrilwte" In 1925-26 '.;1 Mi M IT lit i END i W t. ' SUCCESSFUL YEAR GREATEST YEAR HISTOflY D.ft. ' rv. s Itr rfc ii flR TKti fl- H.n '.! 4 ' ' V V t' ' MUCH INTEREST I STUDEN Infckl Attention Given Election By AU Student It Succcm. OFFICERS FOR NKXT VKAR WELL CHOSEN SHOW MUCH rROXISE IN EXECUTION DUTIES. The annual Student Association elections of Daniel linker College were held after chapel on the morning of May 92. The success In filling the offkes with good officers promises great results next car. The elections were distinctly singu- lar this. year as this Is the first jcur In which any grent amount of lobby- ing -was done In the interests of some of the students. For several days be- fore this past election the viirloiis managers of their respective cnndl- dates were out working In the interest of their candidates unci ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 June 1925

THE COLLEGIAN i ?& . K..1 Mj.Kjh y Mv?W' IV.y'V B& IK VPA V'. . li ifo' .fin FM m I' g' BBBt"' ' BBBK'Vr I II' : aw ' iff: WJ :mcc 'i.1 ymciAN 'Ufci Eatreaas mn-c1m mailer February 18 IMI atthe postaftca at lrowarel.Teas mtkr the Art of Mate 9 im. Ae mancr iw jm ta t tcctal rate of postage provJdcd for in Scctlon-llO) Act of October Iti7 autnoriscu niarcn v iwi. 21wW'iNpr iaoMrd MmsWoaMfr tt th $lndtnl hotlg of Dnnttl Baku .Jjti ctoriieiaMxltnce. fur The Collegian should be addressed to the editor. All students contributing news will please turn In material at The Collegian alcf.lM the Coggln Memorial Hall. ..... i All matters perlalalng to advertising or business should be directed to the Business Manager. "-! r Per Term -ftYar.(ikool Year) r-s SUHSCllIPTION IIATE81 50 Cents 11.80 ' FtU AfUvUorv Commttlr Miss Helen Tost Mr. C. W. McClelland KDITOIUAL STAFF JMltor-khVhUf Noble W. Preidlcc Raymond L May Aaalatant Editor .Utnditii HiUluf Mabel Stone DormUttr Sew Hutu Skinner 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 June 1925

Tl UiiSi n ;;' '..'I .. i: "WjJsCt t iv $.1 .'fc'j. BBttsmssma v. 0 rt. !)' ''i'w.K''n . mw ' lisms -HlrgftarMiiisiiauarSv ' lijTij-flaaa flair einYasj ItBROtt IMUI .WWtlITt ' Ex i i ; ' W i 4 1?. a' kV' &$.'' : '"At?.; . V -Students : Win Distinction. . As Riflemen ' S'$-tf;atuiijjrtlcle recently appearing In fewnwood Bulletin Lieutenant C Watson of-Company A 142d f.Tacaa National Clttartt mvlved a' fattier .score lii the expert riflemen's fyteti held for the Regiment o .tfune ;!H)th lttt than any other man -the' entire match. Watton Mored Ml while .his nearest opponent waa jftajer Claude A. Adams of the Scc- tMi Battailen Headquarter with SOI. &vMJer Adaai has for several years !iii)'jthe leading expert rifleman in . $lmd Infantry but last year was V&tcjassed by .Lieutenant Watson. yfts&lai Orders No. W received fem headquarters of the 143d Infan- 4tyV.at Amtrlllo gave this Informa- nt! V Former Captain William T. ..jTrner of Company A was elassllted aaVmarktman wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 June 1925

r ' -V 1 t i- " mmamatrnj I not ram fc rT8 !V3t . J.--A)T . '... - .. -'"--- Mv '--r- -' trtiM igj 'KV 'kd U- U fiM Ikm '" Am . IV w ' Vf m. 'A&.H IR5MSWJ HHRK l aW ? F jitta. .jiflMMVrV frjpp. mmm && WPS wmMWsi SSiffl wmamomiaaim . -'WEB Science BuikHng aMMvsvsuses issf OR. AND MRS. CHJINDLEB MBTI SENIORS Oa Wfttftay evening of this week at 6:30 o'clock In the Domes. tie 8clence rooms at the Coggin Memorial Hall the Senior Class of Daniel Baker College aud the Fine Art! Graduates were tendered a very delightful buffet lunchcoa by fcretldent and. Mrs. Chandler. 9 The large body bl Seniors gath- ered before time for the entertain- Meat to begin 'and took kodak pic- lares of the 'class and enjoyed one tot the few moro official meetings of the class of '25. ' Twenty-eight eaters were present two bolng Viable to be there. The Seniors and friends gathered la the Domestic Science rooms and passed by the various tables and were served a delightful buffet platf Iohi consisting o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 October 1929

T"" " .T- T:3L IrtllwiwiF" ---- . . . T'l r ul '.tsiwi'x ' w -"i 5ifi. tr" . ."'" H ri Jt -TO -j v - J fir i' i la ? J r . i' n K0 w . jt. rfyj T 4Mf D- a OClMspw"'- If you want to Mt what is foinf to bo a deep inspiration for the Billies coma and tee the pap squad in their uniforms Satur day. VOL. XXIV. Publhhed by the BILLIES NO REPORT IS MADE BY TEXAS SYNOD IN MEETING AT TYLER Tyler Oct. IB. The commis- sion of Texas Synod to consoli- date the Presbyterian colleges will make no report during this session other than to say that progress is being made. This re port is scheduled for the last item of business on the final ses- sion of Synod Thursday evening. Sentiment In the Synod seems to be neutral so far as Daniel Baker and Austin colleges are concerned the ministers from over the state feeling that the whole matter is in the hands of the commission. The commission itself will meet within two weeks probably at Austin at which time all propositions before it will be considered and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 October 1929

Hri I-' f1" ft -) " : The Duiiel Bdter Cllsriftn ssBBBBBBBsVlBBBBBBfBBBBBBBBBBBi AS WE GO TO PRESS PERRYINKLE THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in the Interest of Baniel Baker Entered at Post Office at Brownwootl Texas as second class matter. PERRY DAUGHTRY Editor-in-Chief CHRISTINE McNEILL ' Associate Editor GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Sports Writer PENN BEAKLEY Business Manager HELEN POST Faculty Advisor Subscription $2.00 the Year WHERE WAS YOUR REPOR- TER LAST NIGHT? OUR ALMA MATER I had often heard college stu- Just when we had settled down in our cosy little office with one foot out the window and the other parked on the typewriter and had about reached the con. elusion that The Collegian was doing'right well this year we realized we had made a terrible mistake. On the front page of xne loiiegian last week we printed the likenesa of one Hook SSJSl needle around the .neck 4M. W1AT EVERY YOUNG MAN SHOULD KNOW It is amusing enough to tec a young college girl sew on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 October 1929

N r'f3 n Ci x. y17 r: vrv'. IV iW " y k.j ; ' . vj ' tii rrr.. .a . .j- - -vw AU i5?!jL;tgifY tlil2fffiP..-iJakktiJ- fi)tlLOlLii - t r-r3rigj'"AJMaaaBwHiaspalBpiijMMiaiBP' vtie A BROKEN MESSAGE I was once amusing myself among some relics in an attic of Daniel Baker College dormitory when I picked up a dusty little volume entitled "Little Tokens for You." As I opened the book a yellow scrap of paper fell from between the pages bearing these words "A Broken Message" page 86. I immediately turned to that page and read : "Even though it was an ex tremely cold day in Fort Worth Mac's heart was very warm and although it was a very warm day in Brownwood Margaret's heart was icy cold. Mac was doing all that was in his power to brag about an agreement and Mar- garet was succeeding in refusing every peace offering. Just at the most critical moment Mac had been directed to receive an or- der in Fort Worth for the Miller Tire Company so to his sorrow and Margaret's delight he left Brownwood for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 October 1929

csejy-.-. 'Sr$fl ; varan WWS WJ WS ' wr? m '-i w . A Th Daniel Baktr Collegian ?ADOLINE'S DIARY Sunday September 29th : I am starting this dairy right today along with my college education. I have viberated along these streets for some five or six years but not until today have I had the opportunty of attending an educational institution. So right along with the other new girls I am starting a dairy. Would like to know what I look like? I had better tell you in case you slept all today after the Fort Worth Special and did not get to see me. For something tells me these girls meant what they said about changing my appearance. I am a model T touring car with a top (actually) and I thought I was a pretty ' good car until I heard of' what was expected of me. I nave four high pressure tires non-stop brakes two horns (neither in 'working order) a starter (one 'that doesn't start) a jack and two imnliments for removing the tires which occasionally go flat on the bottom. Owned By Eight Girl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1929

I THE COLLEGIAN A little hard luck for the Billies in their latt game but don't let that ruin our spirit of backing the team. We wonder when tudents are going to write more for this paper. We might have a six or eight page pager if we tried He that brings sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from himself. Carlyle. How poor are those who have not patience. Shakespeare. (y d VOL. XXIV. PtiblWicd by tho Students of Daniel tinker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER S 1929 No. .8 HILL BILLIES LOSE TO BUFFALOS SATURDAY SENIOR TELL S STORY OF HALLOWEEN JAUNT AND CLASS HAY-RIDE ARTHUR BRANNOM ELECT- ED HEAD OF CLASS IN- TELLEtiENCE. Did-ja ever hoar of a hay ride without hay? Weil about twenty-one of the Seniors bad one on the night of October the twenty- eighth nineteen hundred and twenty-nine. You .see it was like this: Tho Davenport Chevrolet Co. furnished the truck and Jack Broad president of the class was supposed to get the hay but somehow or other he couldn't manage ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1929

ft ' The Daniel Baker Collegian I'wv " THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in I lie I nines I or linnii'l linker Entered nt Pot OITier ul Hiounuood. Texas H' -ithihI rhi iiialtrr. PERRY DAUGIITRY Edilor-hi-Chier CHRISTINE McNEILI Asortoli' Kililor GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Spoils Writer PENN BEAKLEY Hushicst Mummer HELEN POST Fnndly Advisor ABOUT THE HANI) Every since sis early as wo can remember; since the first day we could determine between right and wrong we have been con- stantly taught to at all times take up for what we considered right and say "Yes" even though everyone else said 'No.' Thronuh these years that principle has gradually become a part of our life we have always been ready to come out with our licarM'ell opinion. During the first few weeks of school this year we would say nothing about the taking away of the Hill Millie Band. Nor would we permit anv'hing to be published in the student paper because we knew we didn't know the acts concerning the doi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1929

.f 1 TKe Daniel Baker Collegian ABNEY & BOHANNONJnc. Dealers for ' DODGE BROS and PLYMOUTH CARS Sales & Service Cor. W. Anderson at Main Ave. Phone 2250 REX GAITHER TAILOR SHOP DRY CLEANERS AND PRESSERS OF THE HIGHEST CLASS . Phone Us at 1784 wffiYiai NEW PORTABLES' COME IN AND TRY ONE OUT Easy Payments n? r a i . i i . . r i mso me lacesc recorcis. ; -Drop by and hear them. AUSTIN-MORRIS CO. SHAW'S MODEL LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality Work Is Our Motto We Appreciate Your Business Supporters of Brownwood Schools If your clothes are not becoming to you They should be coming to us SOUTHERN DRY CLEANERS Phone 171 ABOUT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY By Dot Wn hear thnt Arthur Brnnnnm Ih Ihu "brnlns" nnd Jnck Brond tho "brnwn" of the Senior clnss. Now nil they need Is n "Nerve." Did you henr nil thnt yelling ln.it Monday night. Ot Brnnnom wns elected yell lender of the Senior clnaa nnd led hla clnss In Rnh!Rnh!Rnh! Seniors! We wonder who Is the criminal nnd Jail bird of the Senior clnss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1929

"v'if i -"I- - 1- The Daniel Baker Collegian' nm ftNIOR TELL STORY (Continued from Page 1) Rood way to break her of the abit of signing contracts. After number of songs and yells wo decided to start buck home. Wo hadn't gone far when wo found that we were off of the road. Noturolly this was the op- portune time for the truck to stall so it did. Everyone hud to :et off and push but to no avail t was flnolly discovered that the car wanted n drink of water and wouldn't move until it had one. The trip wouldn't have been com- plete without something like this. Two of the boys went af- ter water but came back with- out any. Two others were then sent to try their luck. While thoy were gone the crowd wus enter- tained by stories the chief of which wus o ghost story told b.y Jack Broad. After so long a time the boys returned with the water und we resumed our journey. Arthur Rrnnom was elected yell leader of the class so we sang and yelled all of the way bock to town. Being as how the Senior ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 November 1929

? V f ( V l " 'tV y- .V -(.tWV; A. $ ' vr . Wf - . -1 I'll . v - ?' "jA f' 1 THE COLLEGIAN COME TO PEP RALLIES -m f-c v : VOL. XXIV. Publlihed by the Student of Daniel Baker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1929 No. 9 fW L ar L' ' rj feusvv EiC ffr m AsWeGotoPress AFTER the football boys got ashamed of themselves and ceased uttering vile expressions out on the fotball field and cer tain students had been entirely broken of their unrestrained crap-shooting tendencies we thought the campus was at last a place utmost harmony and peace. But alas! Now the word reaches us that certain students nave been caught found or oth- erwise discovered necking in the rooms supposed to be devoted to the solemn occupation of piano- practice. If there is anything worse than necking in a rumble seat it must be necking on a Eiano stool. Students ought to b ashamed to indulge in such practice at any time must less during school hours. And accord- ing to Dr. Chandler if this hap- pens again th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 November 1929

tpv v It B.ir... The Daniel Baker Collegian ; c two t ' i--' t v fcflto . 'it 3 ::SWL THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in lliv Interest of Hnnicl linker Entered at Post Offirc nt Hrmvmviiiifl iVxua n H'rontl rlnm matter. PERRY DAUGHTRY CHRISTINE MrNKIM MARGARET SLOAN GEORGE M. SULLIVAN PENN REAKLKY HELEN POST SUNDAY SHOWS? With 'the purchasing or the Lyric and Gem theatres by a Htnte-wido ihvutrr riinci'in cimu's the possibility of Hrownwood op-j -" -- - ----- .---.-- . -- eratinir Sunday picture show Heretofore the attitude of ('. E. Boyett and E. .1. Heslip I'ormei owners of the Lyric concerning Sunday shows could not be gain- ed. Hut within two tor three months Sunday shows may be shown nt the Lyric according to indirect indications from the new "Management. And we wonder what will be the attitude of Hrownwood peo- ple towards this undertaking. Will maintaining a Sunday pic-1 ture show materially retard the church-going citizenship of Brownwood? Will stud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 November 1929

vK'lw"'-fl y&p 'i 7.M ' T1 'wA TKe Partial BaEcr Colletfcn V V lb r K If T H Popularity Contest t 4 9 O Pottato Is Monarch C C 19 49 if Onion Doesn't Rate Immediately after I entered John Tnrleton College at Stcph- enville arrangements were made for a popularity contest. It was not to determine the most beau- tiful maiden or the most hand- some cadet; it was far different from these. It was a type of contest that is seldom staged. Knowing that during the school session a great amount of food would be consumed all the sub- stantial foods were entered into a popularity contest to see which one would be the best liked by all the students on the campus. The contest was very interest- ing and caused much excitement. Mr. Onion immediately made it welt known that he was in the race. He spread his audacious propaganda very effectively at first but finally he lost his popu laruy: tor every time any one would pass an Onion supporter he weuM get the- odor make an unfavorable looking face a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 November 1929

T7- v- 1' r -! A b Pile FoUf 'i Y.W.GIRLS- (Continued from Pago 1) by Christine McNeill. The last number was an inter- esting talk on "Prayer" by Nell Sloan. Miss Sloan said that most people believe prayer is neces sary and most of them believe in God. Only a few do not know what they believe so they de- clare themselves atheists. But if given a chance this latter group will come jto consider God as their God. After this a general discus- sion as to the ways and means of obtaining new Y. W. members was held. It was finally decided that a campaign for doubling the membership would be started in the near future. Since Elizabeth Oxford form- er chairman of the program com- mittee had resigned Nell Sloan was elected chairman. DR. GRAY (Continued from Page 1) The Daniel Batter Collegian ABOUT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY By Dot was entering the Strait of Gil bratar. Judging from this sam ple the man must be a wonder ful poet. Tell of Russian Next Dr. Gray told of a Rus sian that he had met o...

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