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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1930

THE COLLEGIAN WIN ANOTHER T. I. A. A. WIN ANOTHER T. L A. A. VOL. XXIV. Published by the Students of Daniel Baker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JANUARY 28 19301930 No. 21 Ill 111 ( i' t W ' '' AS WE GO TO PRESS EXAMINATIONS like short Mm4 skirts have gone for a while. Like tne lives of our school teachers little if any- thing is known of the history of the modern exam. But after much research on our part we finally found that examinations were invented by the Goths who never did have much sense any- way and were not content to let well enough alone. When schools were first invented it was such an easy matter to attend school that every child in the land who did not have to stay at home and help with the cotton and maize ana cows and turkeys attended school out of pure joy. Then came the dawn! Some wise Goth who was be ing paid by the government dis- covered that the schools were overcrowded and that immedi ate relief was needed. After crossing his knees several times in rapid succ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1930

i Page Two H 't&Ti IV SjA .. tprZ ftp i h i ft K JC I THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in the Interest of Daniel Kakcr Entered nt Poet Office tit Drownwootl Texas as second clnsi matter. PERRY DAUGHTKY CHRISTINE McNEILL MARGARET SLOAN GEORGE M. SULLIVAN PENN HEAKLEY HELEN POST THE GIRL WHO EARNS HER WAY THRU SCHOOL "It is practically impossible for all except a very few unusual young women to attempt to work their way through college with- out serious injury to their health or academic standing or both." This statement coming from the dean of Barnard College should carry much weight. Miss Gildersleeve believes that the burden of carrying a debt is far better than the methods of self- support and impairment of health that tire such la miliar factors in the efforts of thous- ands of co-eds to obtain a college education. Yet few girls are willing to obligate themselves to eradicate long-standing debts years after they have been graduated. Not- withstanding ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1930

? k 3S ws V! The Daniel Baker Collegian Page flirt m i 1 4 .-; "?' r. "if v H: . -4 "A Ik. (ST ABOUT -EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY UY DOT What's this we hear about the graceful boy holding Syra Miller in the hall and preventing her getting to class on time? And who is "Ham's" new red headed crush? She seems to be right interested in him. Wanted Someone who can tell us just who's who with Anne. One night she is seen with Johnnie the next night with Haskell and the next night with "Link." On last Monday morning the neighbors heard Mr. Youngblood out in the back yard saying "Daddy Daddy!" to himself. Mr. McClelland to Physics class : "And don't you boys that are going on that basketball trip ; forget to take your books along." "Here I" says Harry Johnson holding his book up. (Anyway that's one way of getting over and lettin' the prof know that you at least know what text is being used.) "Link" entertains the Physics class by exerting potential ener- gy in such a way as to wiggle his ears. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1930

Page Four The Daniel Baker Collegian 4 THE BALANCE Well grammatically speaking or to quote Miss Post exams have come and went leaving in their wake several hundred to tally blank minds. We dare say that exams arc beneficial (to the undertaker) and that there's nothing to take their place (ex- cept ancient torture) but it cer- tainly docs leave a person feeling very much like a balloon with the air out of it. At any rate like Pollyanna we can be thankful that they only come twice a year. We hear that several of the students took the exams too hard and are leaving. Among these are: Vivian Leach who is going to Waco where she may enter Baylor U. And Dorothy Aylor is going to enter State at Austin. Margaret Ford is leav- ing for parts unknown. And Nell Sloan is also going to State ( ?) Then Sarah Hennin threw clown scholastic activities in favor of the dishmop and broom in oth- er words she's married. We have finally uncovered the fact in our scouting for news) that the boys glee club i...

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

?: " THE COLLEGIAN J Back the Billy Track Team One More Chance for a Championship VOL. XXIV. Published by the Student of Daniel Daker College BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 4 1930 1930 No. 22 hi W". r K EfL.-o' Cracks at the Crowd By "Doc" You have no doubt heard of Claude Callan the world-wide humorist who writes the little column on 'Cracks at the Crowd. so in reading this don't get the wrong impression and think that we have this distinguished man in our fair city so far the Col- legian staff have been unable to land him on the staff because he thinks he is worth more than we can pay him. Spring time is here and also brought with it a certain amount of spryncss and gayety which it hns bestowed upon a few of the Students who nave so far been asleep the entire winter mainly Haskell Miller and Gus Snod grass. At the present time Has kell has enough energy to jro out every day and dub a few golf balls. While "Sniddy" does not engage in the so-called sport he gave his opinion of the ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 March 1930

Past Two The Danfol Baker Collegian I f 'i 4. K-VJ flriT' J"J t-x THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published In the Interest of Daniel Baker Entered at Post Office ni Brownwootl Texas n second class matter. CHRISTINE McNEILL Associate Editor MARGARET SLOAN Secretary GEORGE M. SULLIVAN Sports Writer PENN BEAKLEY Business Manager HELEN POST Faculty Advisor STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! You have often heard this say iiur: Stool Look! and Listen but have you ever thought about this 7 Have you ever applied this saying to yourself and your actions. Stop and think it over what are you going to school for? Did you pay your dnd's money just to come to college to catch up on your sleep? Did you come to school to have a good time or did you come to school to learn? Stop and look at the cuts you have in your var- ious classes and think of the times you have slept through your class or think of the times you have gone riding with some girl when you should be in class. You have no doubt read...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 March 1930

-.'7i V3 j wKf&m rr .- ty M OLD GOLD-PAUL WHITEMAN HOUR 9 to 10 p. m. EaBtern Time. Tuesday March 4 1930. Sta- tion KHJ. Rhapsody in Blue Signature 1. Turn on the Heat Trio. X Same Old Moon Trio. vmc x iuve. Just Can't Be Bothered With me itrosny. Like a Dream Bailey. I Never Dreamt. n t (Station Break) 3. (Guest Artists.) 4. Shepherd's Serenade Fulton. The White Dove Crosby. Talk of the Town. (Station Break) 5. Finesse. Where You Are Trio. 6. Medley from "Vagabound King" all tunes. (Station Break) 7. I'm On a Diet of Love- Rhythm Boys. Mona from "Happy Days" luuureu naiiey. 8. Garden of Tomorrow. Made a Habit of You. Bigger and Better. m i WAITS' PHILOSOPHY Fort Worth. "I am frequent- ly asked 'Is the college a safe place for our American youth?' I don't think that it is" says President E. M. Waits of Texas Christian University. Then he hastens to add: "The only really safe place for young men or old is in the grave." "A college is a good place in which to grow and growth im- p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 March 1930

Page Four The Daniel Baker Collegian TRACK PROSPECTS (Continued from page 1) develop into a point getter. Other freshmen are: Rutledge. high jump; Leach a promising two miler: Clarence Harris re lay and quartermiler; Seltzer and Lee distance: Cole distance. Upperclassmen who are not lettermen are Kilgore javelin thrower; the Chambers' broth- ers. 0. B. and Weldon in the dis tances and Trawick and Glover in the two mile. It is nrobable that many more will come out since basket ball is over. The first meet before the Bil- lies is March 15. at Southwest em Exposition meet in Fort Worth. Then the Texas relays late in March and a series of dual meets whose dates are un named. T. I. A. A. records and the men who hold them : 100 yards Cheaney (Howard Payne) 9.8. 220 yards Mitchel (A. & M.) 21.8. 440 yards Masher (A. & M.) 1.57.7. 880 yards Bagwell (Canyon) 4.28.7. Mile Vaughn (A. C. C.) 428.7. Two Mile Nelson (A.- C. C.) 10.17. Mile Relay A. C. C 3.24.6. Pole Vault Lowes (Canyon) 1...

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

-.' i k THE COLLEGIAN 2 ;v; Btck the Hill Miti Every Billy Butt tf Bengal ML. XXT. BKOWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 3 WW Nt.t ST.'s TAKE FIRST GAME FROM BILLIES Kids Play The Hamilton Bulliogi Those Kids understudies of tho Billies and charges of Jack Broad . opened their season ' Friday with tho Hamilton Bulldogs. This was the first of r series of games ar ranged for these boys. Coach Sullivan has an enormous forward wall at Hamilton this rear hit line averaging about 185 pound. This excess weigh rend- ered the offense of the Kids hope less. Carson Ball quarterback called a variety of nIavN. nltinclns. ' circling1; passing and consistently changing position of his backs but to no avail the Kid could not score. Neither could tho Bulldogs. They came within the Kids twenty yard line several times and once as a result of a good punt within two yards but were unable to plungo over. Tho kicking of Freshman Melvln Coston Is all that saved the day on this occasion. Captain Chambers won the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 October 1930

ftMtfivr Thl3 DANIEL' IfAKTJlt COLLWJTAjf i t I Hyj'JH y 9 Take ft Or Leave It But Read It cThe Daniel Baker Collegian A Weekly PaMlentlsa Pahtlsked In the Interest of Dnnlel Baker atered at Poat Office at Brownwood Texas as second class matter aft). K. iULLlVAN Editor MIKE 8RLT2BR ASSOCIATE EDITOR JOHN LED GREEN PEATUnE EDITOR D FANNIN Exchange Editor JOHN BOATRIOHT .: Business Manager MBLSN M. POST Faculty Adviser FLAMS FOB DRAMATIC CLUB -k As Sttn From The Side Lint In the last JstiUe wc said something about I'ruf. Tost udvislug US' to organise u debuting team or club. Now wc do uot intend to dtps karjplaf ou this subject until wo bee Home action but Just at present there Is anothor lltlo matter deserving ot attention. That Draafattc Club ot which wo have heard from time to time is begin- lUng to form definite plans for future performances. Several appeals hat been' made In chapel for members to this club. Wo havo been Attested to appeal to you through theso columns for aid. This...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 October 1930

04 - ' it rat.TttDfi.rom'g cmsT. ux nmiwi'M h i -' ' " ' nwtnnuj cmum The' YouRg People' Christina Sidenver. Met at tilt' leader ealag. After our haslness meeU iff0 Pd Program on "Jkrts Choosing and training the BedpleK."' The leader BMr'Logaa read the scripture taken from MarV'Earah BlIa'Biack told "How Jains' Choose tilk TWini .! Oeo; Sullivan told how Jesus train ed them while Chas. Brlnkley then lold'ot other 'leadere ho followed after' Jesus. Next" Sunday evening at 7:00 the Voting Parle's Endeavor will havo an 'election of officers. Also the toplo or the evening wilt be "Mak'-' lag American Christian." Stove Heather is' our leader and we In- vite every college student tb visit M Hi: " - a Charles (Bosco)' Brlnkley our wclll" kkbwh and' competent sports salines'; 'seSmta to hnv fanaUraU hall' We say lov affaire with a Mlsa Pearl (Blondy) Griffith this year. Now Wo hope that' this affair developed no further for as It Is our Captain McKeover who keeps (He Hlhrary has' thrice' al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 October 1930

' t PAQE FOUR THB DANIEL BAKER COLLKOl'AK 100KIX6 AHEAD !' ?.r ij "pabbot . Although football season la Just mw tetting In full awing It la my Intention to blow off for a apasm on the proaptets for championship Hill Billy basket ball and track teams. Prospccta look far bolter In basket ball than In track. The re- turn of Jack Taylor and Ernest "Hogrover" Llnkenhoger brighten ed things up considerably. Besides these two there will be on hand Polly (Toe-Hee) Wise who showed real form at center last year be fore he broke an ankle. Oadia Bur- nett who has the makings of an all T. I. A. A. guard Captain 0. B Chambers who has the famous Chambers ability as a basket ball player "Carrots" Harlow Battling Slkl Fannin. Babbit Harris and others besides a flock of freshmen And besides there will bo Hank Lee who was real hot last year before being arrested for carrying concealed weapons. Prospects for a championship track team are about as bright as the prospect for a dyspeptic Scotch man throwi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1930

t ..' THE COLLEGIAN I BtcklhtWltmia Every Billy But a Buffalo ''Vi-frir T4)L. IX?. BROWHWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 81 1M 1 1 HillBiUUt Go Back These Billies to a Conference Championship ll Bison Here For Conference Tilt Jast a week oft tho Canyon But- fslots will com to Klrkpatrlck field for the first Conference tilt with Daniel Baker. Canyon baa al- ready one tilt under their belt. Canyon la one of the leaders of the T. I. A. A. at present haying annexed their only conference tilt with A. C. C. by a 15-7 count.. Last year way up In Canyon the Buffaloea struggled out a 70 vie tory. Canyon has lost Bandy and Ward two great ends but have a fine dab. Weldon Logan tackle la Captain of the Buffaloes and Is expecting to lead his herd to vie tory oyer Baker. The probable lineup of the Buffa: Pealck L. B. 175 pounds; L. T.. Logan 185 pounda; L. 0. Cooper 114 pounds J' C McClendon 174 pounds; R. O. Olllham 187 pounds; R. T. Johnson 181 pounda; R. E. Bark 118 pounda; Q. B. Powell 165 pounda; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1930

TtfEJBANIEL BAKBtt coLtffOIAW 3C t y Q ;;;; The Daniel Baker Collegian A Weekly fablfcatlen mbllKhcd In the Interest of llanlel Baker nWefed at Post Office at Brownwood Texas ai second clasa matter tilb. M. 1ULL1VAN Editor lMfi-aBLTZER ASSOC1ATR KD1TOK J6HN LfeE GIU3EN : FKATUHB EDITOR HBLBN M. POST Fatuity AdvUcr J5&N 'BOATRIQHT Bmlncss Manager 10 FANNIN Exchange Edllor ' ii LEADING KDl'i'OMAL 01' THK WEEK met oK'Efcrtn: The annual cry for peace that arises with the opening of the eoltefe year has once moro begun. A practice that la .soon tu become tradition every year new provisions uro made to disseminate antl- ehauvealstlu feelings among university and college students. This fear 'three anlrcrsltles received the Dldac Peace Modal for "dl&tlng- atshed accomplishments in the causo of peace" and at the same time tielnsnbla has announced a now course In "Education and Interna- tional Problems and Values" to promote an understanding of the ntaeds of obtaining world peace. a t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1930

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1930

rAOBFOP r THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN a: HILL BILLIES CO DOWN-. Horsey receives Smith's kick-off oa the 10 yard line fumble and Loyalo recovers. Moore took a lots on of yards oa an off-tackle play. Moore's pass to Richards falls. G. Smith went la for Richards of Loyola. Smith tried left end for no gain. Hie play was called back and Baker was penalised 6 yards for off-side. 'A .short pass of Zeldon's to Chacere was good for 14 yards. L. Smith went In for Pavalora for Loyola and both teams were pen allsed 16 yards. Lopes gained two yards through center. Peakln made a touchdown through center Mock replaced Lopes for Loyola A pass from Zelden to Smith fall td. Judgo went In for Zelden for Loyola. Smith kicked off to Bakers IS yard line and Horany received. Smith for Baker attempted to go through left end which made 3 yards. Smith tried right tackle for no gain. Wheeler was substituted for Chachere and Benlt for 0. Smith of Loyola. Spec Smith's pass went wild. Smith punted 87 yards to Moo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 November 1930

H ' 4 . " r us " i ' ' '"' j ' i -.'. " - 3f ;' WA J& "" & '- ' Ml .' -V t iej toe (XMMam i --- ;-i - yj V i r. l . . " ' I ' " It 1 I VAslJ'ww " ' ' ' -' .' i ' I If i i i - fT ' L mam viiai TtMHTfriTimu ii mr B1LIJES WW AND TI-T. L A. A. GAMES t .' i Itf r y i : it i l i' r ' Wll Billies 1 w A A W m t-yt Alpine tALTOIB Nor. 1-DtnW Bckn'i RUMBief ttoppwl B. r. atrnm' glMtfe Mil MOM) Loboes here 90 to t to tee their tint Association win. Opteh Orave'i eleven featuring Yonk.rM of the leadtot; backs or tho OJBftrenoe.were never danger- ouriy atar the 'Baker goal line. AThoJiiUet led at the half 6-0. Vm fkt half wu a sluggUh affair dMe'to the high atmoephree to which the rowuiftXKl eleven was unacciu- j tnejM.' ' fceo. Bmlth triple threat man made the first counter in the second quarter. ; Now in- the third quarter Augustus ftnodgrass fastest big man In Texas stole a march on the Wolves and plucked one of their passes out of the air and while going at full 1 speed sped forty fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 November 1930

'W1 KWraw V 3 v. 1 f-i-it . v.. ' Ay t . i' ' te ST ji ' VV ' m pj & j f IV I? lr -" r . '.TV. I1. H t) ' 'V- H . 9 -Il $. SLf?. L' fflgV - uC.'Al. ; f W. .... ja " ES Ti f mm ? ?I?'A ob t.t. '&$mm4A& tfErofr Tin daniel1 BxmeK callbotan t i 4f ? "A..:. ? t The Daniel Baker Collegian tttol FiMteitaft Pahllshed K the Inter of Doale! Baker ' t lalered (U Pott Office at Brown wood Texan on second class matter ofcb.M. iULLIYAN .i Editor pie Phi Maka f the Vlflc Coast. ). Jon M. MacCormlck of. Glasgow BaB. BEfNKLEY SPORTS EDITOR Iffkti MCLT2ER ASSOCIATE EDITOR iOltK LKB QBEKN FKATtfRB EDITOR lUuh1 k OST Faculty Adviser J WW fOATRKJHT Business Manager Dr'WlNNW Exchange Editor in1 . i . . . CnUkweV cornea from Harry Brood that some space should be given to kit. David Ouion former teacher of piano In Daniel Baker. Itr Outoabas In recent years won- not only national but. interaa-ftfeaal- fame as a nUnolHt and camtraef. t .kftvfihUaa's field is varied enough' to suit- the publle ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 November 1930

ri&'&ljfi?Hw7i 7W rwnv !w ! .f nuts t - WW W" 'jWWffP' r- THTDANrtf frARTO CoTAWrArt CA3JUPPE5m08. EI8KW1RU w j i w -4r .To prevent students from sitting at Inparksd esrt'.'a ruW VHP IWPMMt at'th University C Indiana forbidding etudnt .t?jMlKtftjf their date to in automobiles unless the driver of the car la s parent at ? e the eonple. Two :g tho same university had cjfcfaVot attlg all co-cdi to twear leomera mat t extended ' down to tlftfejtiKMfif topi. .'If V ( ' '.(editor of the .Washington qKjft;:8ttdint Llfo' assumes that "WOtfren hare more children thai- do men." He bases his aa- tnaftton on the fact that graduate! aftrJiaaton average 1.2 children In vtkelr families atid graduates of Vejafyeraaes 1.7 children per family.' At'th University of Denver te- aj. ntudent have been forbidden to to male students on the campus. Ohio State University plana for 11150000 worth of new buildings tblayaar.. .Stamford University plana to eaJjargaiUs. football stadium so the It will acco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 November 1930

i " rim. ? fit- W. 'in w. i w t .. 'PAUB POUR i I ! I ti;::ijaniulhakeb collboiaM T i? h 1 1" I w u ; ) If. L' ' . r i :. W v IC'j.r. J '- 132.. w . O Ji i 9 Kki v WTM'.nt .?." SV C X & .V4 " &'' 'V'-'V iw w; if . tfJT lv '-f Dp- h IK' LfafgR BBBflBBBBflBanBB4kA' . t ntM-m hill . ir pause long enough to My that girl ;thlti la Daniel Baker are . pleaty aooa. Only recently Tour Morrow the Dallas Froth . m defeated .by onlr out stroke litkt flaals of the Browa County vnasspioasnip Tournament. ... From alt appearance 8am Hout- ; ait the beat football team in the T. I A. A. Only recently they played a whale of 'a game against Rice; Nothing bat the fate of 111 lack will keep the Bearcats' from a'aletlag the conference title. Vaoober? Keyea and "Micky" Fool of A. C. "C. and McMurry are fighting for honor as. the one who 1 wtM the the alt T. I. A. A. quarter- back this season. So far the dlmu e4l?e-AvC.C. boy la leading Micky. "Uncle Joe". Satth the lanky tiaaioas eit la ah efficien...

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