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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1929

-U f' rv " V.. . L MiiMaMflNBin THE COLLEGIAN BEAT THOSE WILDCATS! HOMECOMING DAY 28th! IHtHlta.HllBltfl VOL. XXIV. 1'ublUhcd l.y iho Students of Daniel Baker College 1IU0WNW00D TEXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19th 1929. No. 10 f. VA ' As We Go to Press NOT that it has anything to do with cutintg wisdom' teeth or the price of good corn liquor but it was exactly one year ago today in the tenth issue of The Collegian that we began our moat fruitful career with the college paper. Like most other people who became famous we started at the bottom beginning starting place ; or anyway we be- gan at the first and worked up. By our sly manner of managing to marry off all the editors above us we fell victim to the office wc now hold. During the past year wc have reaped huge chunks of pleasure in our asso- ciation with the staff. And the fact that we have always been kind home-loving truthful and outright courageous with our work is evidenced by the won- derful manner in which the pa- per has prospered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1929

Page Two The Daniel Baker Collegian r WMMMMaaaM 3tffl liis32y&!J 1 6' O J .-f Wi rm?&T&r W fc iftiW THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in I In- Interest or Itaniol Baker Entered at Post Offirr ;il liroumwmil. Te:f u timiiuI I:i-- mutter. PERRY DAIKUITRY Eililor-in-Chivr CHRISTINE McNEM.I Associate Kililor MARGARET SLOAN Secretary GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Sports Writer PENN BEAKLEY Harness Manager HELEN POST Faculty Advisor SCIENCE PASSES WAY LEISl'KE 'OR MY HOME TOWN KilitorV Nolo: The following arlifl( by CJeoi'Kc Norwood is tile .seventh i)f a .series of articles to lie published under the above head. Would people lie any happier If their lives were prolonged? Will people be happier when they have all the new IhinK- science will bring them? Probably in time the Knowl- edge of how to prolong the lil' of an entire animal and linall.v of man himself will be vi forth. One of the II rM steps token to- ward this goal has been tin keeping alive o! a chirkens ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1929

: The Daniel Balcer Collegian Page Th'r I IH" ;w r ' JAILHOUSE NOTES There was n general flurry of excitement in the dormitory Sun- day. Every one thnt wasn't go- ing home was going to Abilene and every one that wasn't going to Abilene was going somewhere else. Clothes were hastily ram- med into hat boxes amid excla- mations of "Have you seen my green hat?" "Where arc my tan hose 7" "May I wear your dress home?" By noon only four girls were left to enjoy the delicious tur- key dinner which was served. Turkey dinners are few and far between at the dormitory and this one will not be forgotten soon. By eight o'clock Monday morn- ing the last girl arrayed in her best bib and tucker had boarded the train bus or family flivver and left for parts unknown. By one-thirty Monday night the last tired and bedraggled freshmen namely Sloan and Chandler had climbed through the kitchen window and sneaked uo stairs. They intended to do this quietly but due to the steps squeaking slightly nearly ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1929

Page Four The Daniel Bak'er Collegian ATHLETICS ' (Continued from Page 1) baker will be involved. This race will be run by five members from each school and will be run over a three mile course. The winning team will receive individual medals; the first four men to finish will be similarly awarded. It is the scr ious intentions of the Baker lads to cop most of these trophies. Coach Youngblood has spent much time in developing the present team and is well pleased witn tne prospects. INTERESTING (Continued from Page 1) quaintances of Dr. Gray's were two young men who were grad- uates of Northwest University of Illinois. "These boys were mak- ing a two year tour of the world on a motorcycle. .They hod left home with $:J50 between them had been gone a year and had more money than they started out with. They had both worked their way to England one by be- ing steward and the other by be- ing a mechanic: on a steamer. They made the expenses for their motorcycle by writing an account of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1929

IKS fiXl fM ' P I'. M I. THE COLLEGIAN lIlMIII WELCOME EX-STUDENTS WELCOME A C C WILDCATS wn m iri-m.il ii. mi i in. m imwi.mi VOL. XXIV. Published by the Students of Daniel Baker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 26th 1929 No. 11 I't l As We Go to Press WrE ain't done right. So says one member of coach Dowcy i Youngblood's cross country team. The other day when we had gotten The Collegian print- ed and had equated down in front of our 1-2 pint stove to en- joy its powerful heat waves we threw our head back like we had paid the last installment on the board bill when we thought ol' how the paper was going to be a huge success this year. But wnue we were thus nestling in the arms of supreme happiness in busted somebody and wanted to know why the cross-country team hadn't been given some of our high class publicity this year. Of course this aroused our gray matter so we set about lo find out what the trouble was. After turning through all our files and renting our power of memo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1929

Page Two The DanM Baker Collegian tt K VVl ZMU 1 fc" i -" ----- fes i rW . THE DANIEL BAKER. COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication I'liblinlicd in tho Interest of Rimicl linker 1 I STUDENT QPItON THE BALANCE Entered at Post Offiit! at Hrnwnwoml 'dixit m second Hum tnnttrr. PERRY RAUGHTRY TT.T. luIilr-in-Ciiiff CHRISTINE MrXKILI Associate- Editor MARGARET SLOAN Secretory GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Spoils Writer PENN REAR LEY I!usinc. Manager HELEN POST Faculty Advisor HOW MUCH IS IT WORTH? How much is a college like Daniel Hakcr worth to a city like Rrownwood? And what would it mean to l.rownwood to lose a fine Christian college like Daniel Raker has always been known to he? To ascertain the value of our college to Rrownwood would be to no beyond all words of mor- tal expression. And far from material ascertation is a deeper hidden value. When nearly three hundred Iiojs and K'irL; come to Rrown- wood to live they contribute a vast amount of natronaye to city merchants and business houses. During th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1929

"?? 1 The Daniel Baker Collegian Sihankagiuing Ily Ruth Gdirko A certain day so long ago Wan set aside for praise For worship and thanksgiving in. The Gad whose ptnccrs amaze J .1 Ji A' In n ww settled colony A pilgrim father mid "The Lord has kept us through the year Flared blessings on our heads "And now that harvest limn h o'er And nil our trops arc in " Let's thank Him for our blessing . 9 For help He'll ever lend." A convoy to the Indians Told them of the plan. The friendly tribes sent this reply "We'll help yon all we can. A "To your Thanksgiving feast we'll come 1 And bring our pipes of pence. Through this friendship may thn war 'Twixt Whites and Indians cease." So to the forest tvent the men . To hunt for the wild game. And from the turkeys that they hilled X This fowl has gained its fame. ' So sidv by side the races ate The feast thai first Thanksgiving "" And offered praises to the Gml ' Who gave litem joyful living. And unto us this custom comes A heritage from those Who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1929

Page Four SISTERS UNDER (Continued from Page 1) Brady rhymes with Judy O'Gra- dy. When it comes to green eyes we nre nil sisters under the skin. We'll sec if the dean's daughter isn't like the "Colonel's lady." "Susie I'll call your hand on that scheme. How about a date for the hop?" asked the discon- solate Bo. "0. K." replied Susie with a significant glint in her eyes as she bent to take a cigar from the favorite box for a customer. The few remaining days prior the annual Senior hop at Ward- more were full of bustling prep- aration. Boys and girls scurried about the shady campus getting everything in readiness; com- mittees worked hard in Barker Hall decorating and arranging for the big event. All the social affairs of the college year faded into insignificance beside this splendid occasion. Susie caught the spirit of excitement loo; for didn't she have a date with the prized football hero Bo Martin ? Finally the night arrived. By sending an S. O. S. for a lovely evening dress fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1929

Hfcv: X N. THE COLLEGIAN BACK THE ANNUAL GET. YOUR PICTURES VOL. XXIV. Published by the Students of Daniel Biker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY DECEMBER 10 1929 N. IS l AsWeGotoPress IT probably will be noticed that there is very little news with- in the pages of The Collegian this week and it is the desire of the editor to expound to the students a logical and legitimate reason for this oversight which is after all just an old Spanish custom. We hereby swear the following is truth the whole truth and everything else but the truth. Three day sago after The Collegian staff had worked unceasingly blowing bubbles and occasionally writing a news sto- ry the said members of the staff left the editor all alone in the office. The hooks were filled with enough news to make a paper as big as Monkey Ward's catalog. While the editor was playing his French harp in a desperate ef- fort to make the paper as inter- esting as possible there came a strange knock at the door (that is the Collegian o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1929

? "w NV f ' ft; : J' w fit". s& w 1X K re it? 5. A Evf re t; W fc'f IKf JHL THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in the Interest of Daniel Baker Entered at Poat Office at Brownwood Texas as second class matter. PERRY DAUGHTRY Editor-in-Chief CHRISTINE McNEILL Associate Editor MARGARET SLOAN Secretary GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Sports Writer PENN BEAKLEY Business Manager HELEN POST Faculty Advisor WE ARE NOT GONE In a recent issue of one of our sister college's weekly newspa- per appeared an article setting forth that the Wildcats from Abilene were coming to Brown- wood to clash for the last time with The Hill Billies of Daniel Baker.. The article pointed out that never again would The Bil lies pop up in the path of the Wildcats and that the T. I. A. A. would be considerably weaker resulting from the disappearance or Daniel Baker from existence. We believe the foregoing state- ments are a bit faulty in sub- stance for it has not been defi- nitely announced that Danie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1929

t rti- . iV'T j i$ CAMPUS COMMENT- ( Continued from page 1) year or so. The reason given for the fad is that it will add sex appeal to the wearers and en- able the ignorant public to dis- tinguish between a co-ed with bobbed hair and one of the male 3tudents. A recent questionnaire sent out to the mothers of co-eds at Alfred University concerning the removal of the faculty rules in regard to the prohibition of smoking and staying out late at night revealed that all question- ed were in favor of keeping them. A 17-year-old co-ed at Okla- homa died after having been forced to drink liquid shoe pol- ish at a sorority initiation. The merciless inductors caused the girl's death by what they called an inky portion of "castor oil." A freshman at Johns Hopkins who was accredited the most "handsome" man in his second- ary school class and who had ac- quired while at college "that schoolgirl complexion" pnd "a skin you love to touch" answered an ad for a model to pose for a portrait "Manhood....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1929

'..- f" Page Four The Daniel Baker Collegian HOME TOWN Editor's Note: The follow ng nrticle writen by Frnnk Starl ng is the ninth of n scries of articles written and published under the above title. BLANKET Blanket is one of the smaller towns of Brown County. It is on Highway No. 10 about six teen miles northeast of Brown wood and three miles west of tho Comanche County line. It is located in a very profitable farm intf district. The most of the land around Blanket is a clay or heavy block land. Blanket was founded in 1885. It was located about two miles nearer Brownwood on the same road for about ten or twelve years and then moved to its present site. Most of the people at flint time thought thnt Elan- ket would be a city since it was moved to a new site but they have been sadly disappointed for its present population is only about five hundred and fifty. Most of tho people of Blanket are the older people that have lived there for years and are nerfectlv contented. The young or peo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1929

n ii i BACK THE ANNUAL GET YOUR PICTURES VOL. XXIV. Published by the Student of Daniel Baker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY DECEMBER 17 1929 I THE COLLEGIAN r ft Pa fw li. l'l n i -y Ji ? J ? ? ?4 t f t f AS WE GO TO PRESS I g f ! j j j .j. j. .j. AND it came to pass that in the litlo villc of Astolot which is in Brazos vnlley neigh unto the River Locklnbnr there lived nn old mnn with flowing white hnir. He wns very poor nnd verily the old wnllet which wns once full of shining shekels now wns empty nnd flatter than a bride's biscuits. With him liv- ed his daughter Mabel an ugly hag of 18 summers and 32 win- ters. She had had only one date in her life that being a blind date with the village piano tuner who wns blind. And in the same little ville there lived the rich man Beltzer and with him lived a handsome son a youth with beautiful black hair and a per- sonality that would make Rudy Vallee look like a country hen inspector. Seltzer was the son's name a name which was among the el...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1929

m Page Two The Danfol JBakcr Collegian i & THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in the Interest of Baniel Baker Entered at Post Office at Brownwooil Texas as second class matter. PERRY DAUGHTRY Editor-in-Chief CHRISTINE McNEILL Associate Editor MARGARET SLOAN Secretary GFOKGE M. SULLIVAN Sports Writer 'FVN HRAKLEY Business Manager HELEN POST Faculty Advisor A WORD TO OPTIMISTS ON GAMBLING Man was not created to be happv. All th e"po!lyanna" edl- 'orials fo that effect must be discredited. He was created to pursue a futile search for happi- ness that will always be just be- ;nd his grasp. Happiness does not come with wealth it does not come with power or fame. It can only come with the ultimate but impossi- ble realiaztion. that of satisfac- tion and satisfaction is never realized for when that is achiev- er) the only thing that can possi- bly spring from it is decadence. Some people may live in ignor- ance and be happy for awhile in an illusion but with know...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1929

Af'trf "m It WOOLWORTH'S ON SATUR- DAY AFTERNOON It is not only very nmusing but at the snme time education- al to see the crowd that gathers nt Woolworth's on Saturday af- ternoon. In the rush one rubs elbows with almost every type of per- son. There is the dirty little two year old sucking an all-day sucker who no sooner grabs your skirt thinking you are her moth- er than her own mother who is purchasing a handkerchief looks up from the counter and grab- bing the child says "Here Ruth- ing a new piece to embroidery. Next to this scene is the nice- ly dressed middle-aged lady buy- ing some lace while the old gray haired grandmother is purchas- ing a new piece to embroider. At the jewelry counter one sees two Mexican women talk- ing rapidly in an unknown lingo and making all kinds of signs to one another. One gathers that they are squabbling over the bright red comb with green sets that one of them is holding. One's attention is then called to a poor little ten-year old country girl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1929

Haverford College is continu- ing the unlimited cut system at the institution for another sem- ester. The dean claims that al- though he expects a certain ex- lent of excessive cuting he be- lieves that the system will be successful in time. Last semes- ter when the unlimited cutting existed there were no ill effects experienced by the grades where the right sort of student takes it seriously. Father: "Your studies are costing me a lot of money." Son: "I know dad and I don't study very hard either." Then there's the addle-headed father whose son was crying for a saxophone so he gave him one to keep him quiet. LYRIC THEATRE In Progress with Brownwood LAST Timet WEDNESDAY Ruth Chatterton In u MADAME X" with LEWIS STONE nAYMOND HACKETT Thursday - Friday Marion Davies In Her Flrtt Talking Role "MARIANNE" Boo Coo Singing Boo Coo Dancing You'll like this plteure SATURDAY George O'Brien "SALUTE" All Talking Don't mlM It All talking picture of student life In Naval Academy and West Point. Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 January 1930

"SO" A J : k i. UTS .jm V tf . 'tS ?.? hi ' rW r3 . THE COLLEGIAN Tfi: COME TO THE GAMES! aftf BEAT THOSE BULLDOGS! V..vfl i it A l VOL. XXIV. Published by the Students of Daniel Baker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1 1930 No; 14 I ! ! ! "l l l- ! 4 ! 4 4 4 AS WE GO TO PRESS 4 44 4 4 I I 4 4 4 ! 4 4 I IT now comes close to the time of the year when milk bot- tles freeze when baths are tak- en only occasionally and when long underwear and ear muffs are among the essentials of life. January comes just after De- cember and was invented chiefly for the purpose of taking up slack in the calendar. When Ju- lias Ccasar was Chief Big Noise of Rome he forgot a few hun- dred of his wives for one day and discovered that the calendar was rapidly losing time hence Janu- ary was designed to make twelve months equal one year. THE first of January is also noted for the opportunity it offers for the making of reso- lutions which may be broken at leisure. When you hold a grudge against you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 January 1930

ff v ? i. ' v & f Jr J Vf T:T THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in the Interest or Baniel linker Entered at Pott Office at Browmvuud Texas second clas mutter. PERRY DAUGHTRY Editor-in-Chief CHRISTINE McNEILL Associate Editor MARGARET SLOAN Secretary GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Sports Writer PENN REAKLEY Huslness Manager HELEN POST Faculty Advisor COMING FROM BEHIND . .A few weeks ago the son of a wealthy North Carolina manu- facturer reached for his hat lift- ed his head high and walked out the door of a national peniten- tiary where for one long and monotonous year he had payed for his recklessness. To him his past was oblivion and his future as a road paved with gold. With a new resolve with a new angle in life and with a newly fired tpnbition he walked bravely out into his future. He began life in a new place in a new way his history was to be written on a new page. Not that a federal penitenti- ary has anything to do with the opening of a new year nor has a ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 January 1930

.A u.. Whut Santa Brum 'Urn Nell Sloan A rag doll given by Ross Prescott. Also a device to make her remember things. Ott Brannom Marbles and a top an da licorice pipe. Ross Prescott A watch and chain to wear his football on. Also a can of Pririce Albert. Elmo Hicks A charge ac- count at The Palace Drug and some dates already made with Margaret Sloan. Harold Thomas Some new handwriting and a long overcoat. Gus Snodgrass More time to sleep in Prof. Hart's class. Dr. Power A new Larynx (Suggested by Mrs. Cross.) Sherman Rimes A pair of socks heel in them too. Jack Kilgore A Tom Mix cowboy suit and a dictionary for Dr. Powers. Hungry Locklear Apples oranges a superioty complex and a lot of publicity. Abney McKeever A lot of sleeping powder. Tom Glover A tool chest and as many story books as his socks would hold. Gertrude Thompson A jump- ing rope a date book and a lit- tle gold football. Abie Davis More money to take Margaret Corbin to the show. Calvin Bratton A zenisto a zymotic a reti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 January 1930

wm Li-... KV WW wtmm: iaua frf-rafaMiv'. ixgsn . r "--"" - Page Four SKATING BY DOnOTHY BRANNOM There is na much difference tetween skating on a sidewalk md on a skating rink as there is between riding on a stick hors-j and a real horse. One has to experiment both before this fact is truly realized. I had known how to skate for a long time before I ever at- tempted to nkate on a rink and I was confident thut I would h-ivo no difficulties thereon. But alas! I had my lesson to learn. It was a very hard lesson. I had such a good opinion of mv :bilitv to skate that I was not even afraid when I first step- ped out on the rink. I started oT wifh some speed which seem- er 1o yet faster the further I went. I had not gone three feet when I started the balancing si unt which is famous on all the Kkaling nnks. I bent forward as if I were trying to pick up something and then bent back uddenly as if I were trying to do a backbond. I am sure I did this for three or four hours but when I saw I had...

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