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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

MH UMLl!!'ili ' -I" 1 V COLLEGIAN .VOL. XXVI. Brownwood Texas Friday May 13 1933. No. THE MRS. TRAPP DEUVERS ADDRESS BEFORE CHAPEL 'Mm. J. W. Trapp head of the ducatlon department or Daniel taker spoke to the student body Wednesday on the evils of alcohol. tils speecn was tne xmai one oi a rles which Mrs. Trapp has deliv ered to the various schools of the bity under the auspices of the Wom- n's Auxiliary oi me uemrai Cethodlst church. Thto talk by Mrs. Trapp holds kpedal significance in the face of organized movement now unaer t in the United States to repeal llth amendment. In her ad- Iress she stressed the bad effects it alcohol on the human body ather than the fact that when one ises alcoholic drinks ne is vioiat- aa a national law. "We've heard a great deal about edlence and disobedience but an little about the real trouble al- kohol she said. Alcohol is the rch-decelver. Alconoi deceives tne forking man; it deceives those who ifould be social successes and for long time It dece...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

JEattJEffiL b. rf fj- . ayh- -": w W : I'll v ;. i te'WvPllBilH fcMIMAM-J--- - - " -'- -JaaM T PS mt)-ipMnmm'mr wnw DAMIEt AKfB C0HJQ1AW rtimtmmrmmmmmimmmBtW? ll -- g .gj F(l932 Roll Call i ' . - of Daniel Baker ? JVe are proud of the boys and girts who are graduating this year .... Offering our best wishes for your success as you take your place in different places of the bust' mess and prof essional world !. N 4BqVi- We Invite You- Those who did not graduate .... to return next year . . . we are sure that the benefits will as before be mutual. ATTEND SCHOOL IN Texas Furniture Company Palace Drug Store Austin Ave. Cleaners and Laundry Bread and Butter Store McCIettan Stores ': ' N Boysen's Market " Alamo Ice Cream . t Brownwood lee & Fuel Co. Austin Avenue Bakery Citizens National Bank Austin Mill & Grain Southern Hotel Cleaners 8Mdl0 KJa Mir.) J. C. Penny & Company Hotel Brownwood Southwest Baking Co. E. F. Agnew and Son . v Mliniltil iiTii i m- GRADUATES College 4 ' j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

""H m t f-T t i . iio'imi nhwn iiiBiiiMiiwaiifchitaasMBBa ItAtflVT ntr TAf Vvrtaw J' l linMkll lili 'i v Get haixym tt r MBflataflBBV Iki' en- BwL ii "in. ' .VjfcfaW VikVt 'cr.'.'r-?. v.xtf - wt he. Daniel Biker College Staff i secona atass matter at tht Pott Office at Brownwood Tsxas htJLUVAk tone ASSOCIATE IDITOR kATRIOKT BUSINESS MANA(MER CROSS ALUMNUS EDITOR MAE JOHNSON CONTRIBUTING EDITOR HXOHANCn. IDITOH SPORTS EDITOR DURHAM JOXB EDITOR CKANDLBR OOUMMUT DY OOLUMNttT McORRK '. ?X?I5 M. POT FACULTY ADViBSI THE MIRACLE MAN f ted around to see the "Miracle Man'- at the Lyric the lit. I should like to make just a few comment not on e. I dWt Purpose to be a critic but rftthi r to remark ly the crowd responded to some of the scenes. c were scenes that were supposed to be touching and I J-4 .wU lUnm I shall mattn nv observations. ng the scene where the former infidel was praying with luring the performing of the three miracles one ox d fake and at the times when the old genuemaB was l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN t jHi i h( ' m .? WJ r i? KV n 'f rfci i' r Krt fetf THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN A Weekly Publication Published in the Interest of Daniel Baker College. Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter E. B. COLE Editor W. D. BRADLEY Business Manager Ernestine Durham Associate Editor Charles . Brlnkley Sports Editor Leulse Moore Newt Editor Ray Floyd Columnlet Francos Alloy Society and Features Pelham Hopkins Assistant Sports Editor William Watson Assistant Business Manager Frances MeGhee Typist Mlsa Helen M. Post Faculty Advisor Subscription Price $1.00 THE RIGHT IDEA BUT THE WRONG REMEDY The enterprising editor of the East Texan student news- paper at the East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce in one of his summer editions comes forth with an entirely new angle on the present situation of an over-supply of teachers and an under-supply of jobs. That such a situation exists is evident to the casual observer and we have read many remedi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

L TH1 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN &ssBjAjtffc BBJBJBJBBBBBBaBBSjBBSjBBSjBtJSSjl r t Weaver: "I'm going to a fly ocullat." Wren: "I've never heard of that." Weaver: "Why haven't you heard of fly specks?" i "Ham hat a peculiar look In hie eye." "Sober again!" Q U IN C Y The Shin King! SHOES DYED ALL COLORS Dyer and Shiner for Hill Billies At Majestic Barber Shop MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP COURTEOUS SERVICE Reavis and Reynolds PROPS. 1004 Austin Ave. IDLE JINGLEC ' chas.bTbsinkuy vJ The football eeaeon of 1932 is with u. Ai theae lines are written T i' c. U. and Denton Teachers have Wown the lid off and on Saturdny of this week the biff est Institution fan the whole southwest will throw lt3 foot- ball strength at Daniel Bake V. The Longhorns will be tough fo there's 77 of 'em in the Capital cy. They have a further advantagr lii thai the conflab will be In their Awn back yard. Beta Baker .aysBohn Hll- Hard of the Texas outfit' i3 (i fancy stepper with the plgaklAi and Hell should know; thoy we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN ? ii rv m opinStor L4 . fv m & M r Lr'. ft p ;ii w Ml I I5T! m THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter E. B. COLE .Editor W. D. BRADLEY Business Manager Ernestine Durham Associate Editor Charles B. Brlnkley Sports Editor Louise Moore News Editor Morris Rodgers News Editor Ray Floyd Columnist Frances Riley Society and Features Pelham Hopkins Assistant Sports Editor William Watson Assistant Business Manager Frances McGhee Typist R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor BE YOURSELF How many times have you been tempting to do something that you knew was wrong; yet you did this thing "because the crowd did it?" Do you think a thing wrong if the whole group is doing something which is "just being done?" How strong is vour will Dower? In this modern day our center of morality is shifting day by day. Yesterday our moral standards came from within. Today our moral standards are dependent upon what the crowd thinks what the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN oauM he's as brake as we are-we found that out yesterday. kS WE GO TO PRESS "Wanted copy. Anyone fresh- man sophomore Junior senior or otherwise who has or has not had experience with a school paper who knows the letters of the alphabet and who has any ambitions whatsoever to see his stuff in print please call at the Collegian office at once Immediately. We'll guarantee him plenty to do but the pay will be small to start with and probably none at all. Wtlte wire or rail immediately. There comes a time In the life of every down-trodden editor when it ecomes absolutely necessary inac m rake ud and do something. With the ids sold and set up and with about 16 yawning galleys with no type aat time has come in tne lire 01 wis lltor. After repeated gentle coax- ng from our reverend business man- rer and the whole stair at tne prim ing office we finally made a great re- Dive to UKe our typewriter in nana Fine Arts Depts. Consolidated ind sally forth to battle. And...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1932

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1932

1I 'pJ VM.-b.- &-A-. U (7LiMJ '-JrZ-4W I cJ OU I y iQm-XJ a V X I -- T v 'f ttj THE COLLEGIAN A 0 J SUPPORT THE COME TO PEP RALLIES -i HILLBILLIES VOL. XXVII ROWNWOOD TIXAt TUIaDAY TUESDAY OCTOIIR 11 1t32 Ne. 3 HILL BILLIES BEAT TARLETQN PLOWBOYS TEN TO NINE i JA j j 9 ep ay vQ 1p 9fi p r r V tP r r P Baker Opens T. I. A. A. Schedule Friday BUFFALOES FAVOKED OVER HILL BILLIES After three warmups the Hill Bil- lies of Daniel Baker open the football seaaon in earnest blasting the lid off their T. I. A. A. schedule with a game with the Buffaloes of the West Texas State Teachers College of Canyon Friday October 14. They grow big out on the plains and Coach "Sad Sam" Burton has rounded up the big- gest of the lot. Fortenberry an end Is six feet seven inches and Colvln another end is six five. The two tackles weigh around 225 pound per. And the rest of the .team runs along the same scale. So It Is evident that the Billies are in for anything but an easy time Friday evening. Buffs Want...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1932

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN v. a) ft M M V .A ft' i i ra tore H THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter h. 1. LOLE W. D. BRADLEY Ernestine Durham Charles B. Brinkley Louise Moore Morris Rodger Ray Floyd Frances Riley Pelham Hopkins William Watson Frances McGhee H. E. MacKay LIFE IS TOO SHORT Life is too short for me to spend any of it kicking my neigh- bor in the pants because he cannot see the difference in tweedle-de and tweedle-dum. This is a free country ; and besides that the toe of my neighbor's boot may be sharper than mine ! Life is too short to waste it In growling and complaining. There are too many squeaking wheels already; so let me keep quiet and spread grease. Life is too short for me to drop bones and snap at shadows. I had better knaw contentedly on legitimate pleasures in hand than lose them all in jumping at things that onlv seem more de- sirable. If is too short for me to miss the joy of pouring oil in a pain- ful ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1932

m- t THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN IDLE CHAI JINGLEC The writer of tale epistle wm a eUtor to the Frof-Billle cum or sa days aco. wi saoura mot w iv that T. C. U. won becauee of the ttrllnff play of two Mr ende Heat tinned one wing ana Humrany nera the other. While in cowtown re went up to W1AP and talked ie time with Cy Leland. Fans will call that Leland waa a aeneatlon In C. U. aome three year ago. cy ild that the Froft had a nice team the work of the afternoon bore but hla Insinuation in a eplendld faah- an. Leland gave hie vtewi on high ehool teami In Fort Worth airing I opinion that If aeonlc Home would a stiff thorn In that dlatrict foot ill race. I Plainsmen whippet1 Waytand Junler Celleae tf-O. We weuM like to aall the attention of all epeetatera te Cat leie Jee Pertenaerry. If yeu ever tee a taller man report the faet te ue. Jee le elx feet eeven inehee upward. Glancing over the report of the many football games last week we gather that our errors were quite numerous. We had g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1932

! . -(." rv 3 l; f ! I i i J- if i LW !. B"i 53 ) y THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN SSSSSSLiiiiiBl SSSSHsS " tJ t" sssVsBssssVHravjr . p'- l BwBBaW. ftssBBBBav Bsssbsl. -J SSSMssbbBl 'WBmMT " BSjbbbbbbbbbbbbsP W.? -aJr "Yo cM it America's pipe tobacco! AND HERE'S WHY: Granger is made of White Barley Tobacco the type between the kind used for chewing and the kind used for cigarettes. In other words it's pipe tobucco and if you're smok- ing a pipe you want tobacco made for pipes not tobacco made for something else it matters not how good it is. sLLVmSbbbbV. .BBBBBBBBBdtBBm - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi&BBBBBBBBB'9flg4Btt Hanrfv norlemt nnurh of heavy foil Keep$ tohnrro better and make price loiter. 10c YOU CAN DEPEND ON A LIGGETT & MYERS PRODUCT Programs to Be j Presented in Chapel i Every club or organization in Dan- iel Baker will present a program in chapel according to Humpy Blaydes student body president. j The first program of this sort was recently put on by the Freshma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1932

V 'K'Vf I'll: THE COLLEGIAN COME TO PEP RALLIES SUPPORT THE HILL BILLIES VOL. XXVII BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 19 1ttt Nt.4 CANYON BUFFALOES TRAMPLE HILL BILLIES 12-0 - Daniel Baker - St. Edwards Meet Saturday SAOfTS PRESENT BILLIES IN FAIR SHAPE FOR GAME Coaches Blair and White with about twenty-five Hill Billies will leave for Auetin sometime Thursday where Friday night the Billies tangle with the Saint Edwards Saints in a resumption of their annual grid feud. The Saints are one of the hardest fighting teams in Texas and are espe- cially noted for their goal-line stands. They fought the Simmons Cowhands to a 0-0 standstill in Abilene awhile back despite the fact that the Cow- hands made 18 first downs to the Saints 8. Several times the Ranch- - ers were held for downs on the one yard and one foot lines. This tenac- ity of the Saints is likely to be trou- blesome to the Hill Billies who ex hibited a remarkable lack of punch when in scoring distance in the Can yon game. Whether...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1932

r"s S3f' THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN (-:i ri m re . i ' i m I' tt r l 1 id I Uj m $ in Wi w Jfc p i fll i 1 paavaMmaaH THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered nt Post Office of Hrowmvood Tex. as second class matter E. 11. COLE Editor W. D. DKADLEY Business Manager FRESHMAN DAYS Regardless of what people say regarding the apparent dumb- ness of the average freshman the days during which one is ex- periencing new environment new faces and new desires are trie most pleasant of all college days. The freshman has a chance to change the entire course of his life during the primary stages of his intellectual career. He is permitted to place his life upon an intellectual basis and do only those things which are not in direct opposition with his In- tellectual conceptions. Casting away childish ways he will enter upon the road leading to manhood and happiness. He will learn .ii. n. ...n o. n !n Vio win lonrn fhp difference between ideal ism and realism; he will soon learn the meaning of the words ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1932

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1932

Ji I ' V rv N V 1 rt ' ' '; KV. n Y ifoi ft'. L irj 1 i f .1- ' W 'ht't " W 'fr. n .. wm&mj THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN v Leut- 1HE tobacco that is cut best for pipes might be termed "whittle cut" or "rough cut" like Granger. It requires a type of tobacco different from the tobacco used for chewing tobacco or cigarettes. Then again Granger is made by Well- man's Method. Granger has a pleasing aroma. It is slow burning and cool. Just try it! (frtffri aflaVMNttasew ' aWaflaBsi vft vft .- ''"' K - sflSSsKi 53aB? Vr v -fJ ? viyaaaaaaaaaV TOriaaVftiSBiFBaaaaaaaValaW. ' ' CVsaaQHaaaaBBr - r 'I ' 'eaaBBsP AA-A . . &&J YOU CAN DEPEND ON A LIGGETT & MYERS PRODUCT CANYON BUFFALOES (Continued from page 1) took five running plays and a five yard penalty for the Buffs to gain twelve yards but they finally registered a first down on the Baker five yard stripe. Three crashes yielded one yard but on the fourth down Brotherton lugged the hide over. Two tries at goal were missed making...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 November 1932

I JLyvjrtarur;iECcwH aif3 'jjSSbuj 1 k kPovUa 1 THE COLLEGIAN LCOME TO PEP RALLIES SUPPORT THE HILL BILLIES r a v - j JLkw Amnm VOL. XXVII HILL BILLIES TROUNCE Blaydes Elected Editor Of COLLEGE ANNUAL TO BE RESUMED AFTER FIVE YEARS The Trail Daniel Baker year book Is no longer a tradition of a myth but ifl actually to be presented to the Daniel Baker student body of 1032. Friday morning In chapel the editor and business manager of The Trail were elected and work has started Immediately. Humpy Blaydes was chosen over Charles Brlnkley for the position of editor and after several heated votes were taken Ray Floyd wus declared business manager over Ernest Linkcnhoger. Editorial and business staffs will soon be chosen and Humpy asks the co-operation of all students to make the 1032 edition of The Trail the best ever. Five years ago the Daniel Baker student body voted to take the annual fee which is included in the blanket tax and for Ave years appropriate It to the gymnasium fund. Those ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 November 1932

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN "BgSB Pi m pern if m THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN iw vv-ir wlyft'j iFBBBjB-O b1 fclBSrSrSrSrJySSW"Tvy 3srSBBf w TtKff TffhkJB BnJsntPZsWlJMBr JBSBBSIPV ti A Jt jlkrJBrJrJflHKrJgBftVBPivtfK && tfa- BIIIlT eiuoTT.flHgfpfr8tf5. T CAMWS view FtOM W&tfimr h jjg Airplane. EvfanKL BfrStiA ?f2E.siOENT I ... JaiMWW&s3iBiBi W B m 4 si x si I . j I'M) I) M ' m i i i. if it Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter E. IS. COLE Editor V. D. BRADLEY Business Manager Ernestine Durham Charles B. Brinkley Louise Moore Morris Rod'oers Bill Dlllln Ray Floyd Pelham Hopkins Alice Brown Frances McGhee R. E. MacKay A PLEA FOR REEL COLLEGE LIFE The University of North Carolina though the oldest state university in the country is woefully lacking in certain attributes that go to make a genuine college. On other campuses each year sees a manifestation of college spirit tradition and quaint cus- tom designed to render intolerable the life of the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 November 1932

Jtl --lxVA'C tuAonMi s5E THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN TDLE CHAS. JINGLEC To brighten the drab days of bleak ovembcr we quote a poem from the bNll Ul C UaillllftCI DimiW TV UrKH'Mnrn Una ttiA mmnlni of Minnie ;M aooch ff V'tLiire neia ior ner no terrors ne uvea a maia sne aiea a maia o runs no hits no errors." KAs we write these lines we arc pnking of the Hill lilies and their mees Saturday afternoon swore im Houston and A. 4 I. played our Hess was about 20-0 for the Javell- is to aereat d. . c. since tne Ingsvllle olan won only by a 146 bunt and the Hill Billies took the lountalneers Into camp the Blue and fhlte stock has risen. There should thrills a plenty Saturday. A former Oil Belt star will be earing the spangles of A. & I. In iturday's game. He is a fullback of ote "Hum" Harrison of Brecken- dgc and his 208 should add miserly Baker linemen. The real stars of e Javclinas are "Dub" Harbin and ax. These boys are known as the ravelin' Twins. These little fellows re stars or tne ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 November 1932

1 fi Q I If 1 r 1 kV Sft d t i'' ! a 7 ' I. THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN " ..v.... Matis a ross Jjlendl anA na K A- w & LiiiHfc JSfflHBIU - - mm mi' ; Ju Hbk g.jgJiSSaHBjFiBoWIF' vjj. .WLiBBBBBBHbI&BH J$? HKur J- might explain it fcz. "Let's My yon're painting clouds. You've got your primary colors here on the palette. But you haven't the cloud until you blend certain colon into the special tone you want. "ThiB is very much what happens in making a good cigarette. And I gather that what Chesterfield means by Cross. Blending is what an artist does with colors. Their Domestic and Turkish tobaccos many varie ties of each are the primary colon. They blend and cross-blend these tobaccos until they get the special tone they want in other words the Chesterfield flavor. "And just as each color you use acts on the others to change and enrich them so each Chesterfield to bacco partakes of the fine qualities of every other. "You Veld' different kinds to get a better kind. That's Cross-Bl...

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