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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1932

!55?SrtSSv3s THE COLLEGIAN BEAT McMURRY WELCOME EXES! IVOL. XXVII BROWNWOOD TIXAt TUItDAY THURSDAY NOVIM 10 II No. RETURN FOR HOMECOMING DAY PXES i i i T.' fiiTO i" rJ ha 1 t I II IIIIIS aniel DUNS PRESENT ELEVEN FOR ANNUAL GAME For the fourth time In four years e Indians from McMurry College In bllene will seek to hand the Daniel ker Hill Billies a plastering at irkpatrick Field Friday afternoon id once again those mil Billies win out to down the Indians some- ting they have failed to do for the at three years. Eighth Game The 1932 clash between the two ams will be the eighth renewal of annual feud. In the seven years which the two teams have met on gridiron the games are dead- ked the Billies having won three e Indians three and one game has ded in a scoreless tie. In the seven nics played the Billies have scored o more points than the Indians so well match- in the past a to take place. Indians Ready V'vJI the 1932 teamH are as rnviA as they have been Vtiattle of battles Is due AT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1932

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN l N I It! Wl Iti ' u l 1 BLlB THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter E. B. COLE .Editor W. D. BRADLEY Business Manager Ernettlne Durham Associate Editor Charles B. Brlnkley Sports Editor Louise Moore Newt Editor Morris Rodgers News Editor Bill Oillln Feature Writer Ray Floyd Columnist Pelham Hopkins Assistant Sports Editor Alice Brown Society Editor Frances McGhee Typist R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS You students of Daniel Baker must necessarily spend a certain amount of money with the mer- chants in Brownwood and when you are spend- ing this money have you ever stopped to think "Does this merchant advertise in our paper and support our school?" It is just as much a part of your school spirit that you should support those who support us as it is that you should yell for the Hill Billies at foot- ball games. Remember' when a merchant spends an advertising dollar in the Collegian he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1932

-9mfmmmm Ui'itm. r i t-'UfiffOr (!! THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Another point of interest Is the part of the Soldiers' bonus army and its stay in the capltol. H BBM0''BBSSSSB. "MOVIE CRAZY" lursday night at 11:15 the Lyric presenting one of the outstanding zh-hlts of tne year Marom uoya ;."Movie Crazy." "Movie Crazy" Is the first picture it that great comedian Harold Dyd has produced in more than two irs. Playing opposite Harold is Instance Cummlngs. ro say that "Movie Crazy" is the t picture Lloyd has ever produced unds like the utmost extravagance. It the soberest consideration points that conclusion. It is chuck full brand new gags and some of the ones dressed up as new ones and inter than ever. It has a good con tent story a strong supporting cast Lloyd himself tops every previous irarterizatlon. "Movie Crazy" is being shown only . this midnight preview. "Destry Rides Again" Saturday November 12 In "Destry Rides Again" Tom Mix Is presented in his first talk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1932

i V -M ' l i m j n P In J . WJ i ll? y -I 1 'I g 33 ' THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN 'assssVstiiSaasssssBssw ' rl9iisssssssssssa SBSBSBBBBM ' v& CL'S BBBswiS -j CflSBSBSBSBSBBSr pplpv ''''' m :'' iHJV .hw ''w1sjjssssbbt jB 'l llaiBisssssssssssssssliW. gajjajiijSSjipiiiiiipiiiiSJJSiiiSJSJJJJjSMpSjSky I i fi rfswMMMMMMMMMr'-''''''''''''''''p""'"'''''' ' " g" ' ' wjyw-wMfwMMM fc x Chapel Programs You know how it is. If a cigarette is mild that is not harsh or hitter hut smokes cool and smooth then you like it and don't worry ahout how many or how often you smoke. And if it tastes right that is not oversweet not flat- then you enjoy it all the more. The right kind of ripe sweet Domestic and Turkish to bacco . . . the right ageing and blending . . . make Chesterfields milder bettertasting . . .They Satisfy! 19:. lirrT& Mrm Toiacco Co On Tuesday the chapel program was rather short. Dr. Chandler too charge of the devotional. After tnli Bill Murphy freihman yell leader gave a report on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1932

THE COLLEGIAN Beat Thos Wildcats Back the Billies At Abilene fVOL. XXVII BROWNWOOD TBXAS TUESDAY NOVEMBER 84 1112 No. 7 ILLIES-WILDCATS MEET IN ABILENE TOMORROW m II Aw 'MP t'tdkn Alt! H fi i a k$ w !' I i ICIENTLSTS HAKE IN FURfrtSHED HOUSE ON WHEELS Finding the people animals plants ind geology of the country of Interest to them Prof and Mrs. W. M. Win Ion of the science department have iloured the west in a house on wheels ivery summer for Overyears. The neaa or we geology aepart- lent designed and constructed this traveling house himself. "It has every ling In it except a shower bath and ve wish It had that" said his wife. The Wlnstons have a hobby for laking motion pictures so they al ways take their camera along to bring back scenes and incidents to how on their screen at home. One day while traveling through few Mexico the scientists spotted a Huge ratucsnaKe. rne proressors lobby got the best of him and his rife had to keep the rattler on the ind of a stick while her husband...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1932

k?sm. THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN LS1 IK t M h rii J f M ? .. f & Mh ' l& .y -fc. .8 fc 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 Bert C lardy Ant. Business Manager Charles B. Brlnkley Sports Editor Louise Moore Newt Editor Morris Rodgers News Editor Bill Dlllln Feature Writer Ray Floyd Columnist Lee Ray Chandler Columnist Alice Brown Society Editor R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor THANKSGIVING As the time for the celebration of Thanksgiving Day draws near the people of the world at large are sending up to heaven their wails of lamentation over economic moral and social con- ditions. The future generation will be one of savagery low in- tellect and no morals the present depression is the worst the world has ever known these and other complaints are voiced daily. Why then be thankful? We seem to forget that we have much for which we should be thankfu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1932

JJJLivy- - ' VJjfAV- '' .liL. THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN TDLE JINGLEC Tomorrow the T. I. A. A. comes to end. For a period of twenty-tnree irs the association has grown. The ;e of Daniel Baker rests in me irfa nf the Texas Conference heads. . mHils u Known ract inai wie diiucd Wlslve knocked for admission into this W'Mv. M they do get the slip this will ;i PJBfke eight schools In the organlza .5ii' guiding hand of Silly Qllstrap f II wins S tlei and 13 Iomm.. That's a mighty splendid record for the Junler Collegians. In tha lots column two go to the credit of tha Hill lilies who have thrashed tha Cadeta twlee. 1! a hm In tniifh talk about who will the State High School champion i. Evcrvone Is agreed that Sweet iter and the Masons of Masonic bme look formidable. But Swoot- ater must whip the Angelo Bob- i first. (There will be three Brownwood ins on the All-District selection year. Brady Thomas hard run ig half-back; Bob Harlow at tackle; Robin Galloway at the end post probably make t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1932

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

-"' & VV&V'"' - -- . THE COLLEGIAN The Collegian Wishes You A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS VOL. XXVII BROWNWOOD TIXAt TUItDAV DKCKMBBR 13 1132 No. BRINKLEY SELECTS ALL T. I. A. A. FOOTBALL TEAM r 'OLD If CLUB RE-ORGANIZED THURSDAY DECEMBER FIRST Thursday morning December 1 at Ithe regular weekly business session the P. D. Q. Unholy 13 Club was com- pletely reorganised and shall hereaf- ter be know as the P. D. Q's. New members voted In were How- 'ard Harris Betz Baker Lawrence iWren and Reeves Hickman. Mem- hers of the old "13" Club are Bert ' Clardy Emory Ray E. C. Cole Jam- : es Finlay Forrest Harper Raymond Williams Charles Jackson Hope Bchultze Pie Barry Bob Sullivan ; Bill Dillin Beas Morris and Henry Cheatham. This makes a total of seventeen members in the P. D. Q's. Mr. Roy E. White was elected fac ulty sponsor of the P. D. Q's. Dr. John Power Is chaplain and advisor. The P. D. Q Club has as its chief object the promotion of greater in- terest In all worthy campus activi- tie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 December 1932

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN ! ' ;l M l-1 i t- IV.! . I 3 i'J ; Jul- THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter E. B. COLE Editor W. 1). BRADLEY Business Manager Ernestine Durham Associate Editor Bert Clardy Asst. Business Manager Charles B. Brlnkley Sports Editor Louise Moore News Editor Morris Rodgers News Editor Bill Dlllin Feature Writer Ray Floyd Columnist Lee Ray Chandler Columnist Alice Brown Society Editor R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor THE TAX PAYER AND THE COLLEGE STUDENT The last few years have had a marked effect on the interest displayed by the average tax payer in the way his money is used by the state. That interest is not unusual considering the fact that a large portion of every man's income goes to support the government in its varied undertakings. Neither is there any criticism to be directed at the citizen for wanting to know just where his money goes. The public has waited too long already in finding out about this imp...

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

vgHgezmmmsBBgr" THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN fi M I mm 3 m 'W1 ' Lysa -4 1-Sttl ' v . vrt ' ii'i M ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS PHOTOS from your Annual negatives. Very prompt service as we now have all negatives retouched. You also get $1.00 credit on the money already paid in. RODGER'S STUDIO HOLIDAY GREETINGS- PA and MA'S PLACE Opposite Post Office "El r:4it"''V''"J!rr st "1 'llUP rr &MM m ; injury jinx for in the good season of 1028 Captain George Broad led his 11111 Billies to an unscored on T. I. A. A. title. We extend congratulations to the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets In the selection of Jelly McQueen for the captaincy of the '33 eleven. McQueen known for his fighting spirit will lead a veteran eleven next fall. The Jackets have an unequalled record of five conference championships in as many years. The main spring of the Yel- low Jacket success rests on the shoulders of Joe B. Cheaney and Mc- Adoo Keaton. BMMHlWWHaiHiiiflMHiMliiBliailliliBlilBI4Bl Jack Buckler the Texas Terror of t...

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

'. n f1 & f II-1 i r i i H $ ? an I i 8. Ui i THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN SjpfTI: rdmramraf2J52iarafgjafi S37.50 $1500 See us before you buy Diamonds. We guarantee to save you money. We also offer a complete line of the very latest styles in Jewelry Costume Jewelry Watches and Gift Goods. J L. BROWN and SON i .8 H. ;-a 222 Center Ave. "A Good Store in a Good Town 9i Tr ?1 JfiLI2J7J.iZir"- :r jfeJiraizrarafZjarerajHJsrargfo jgfafHiHfajararajajaigfarajsi'j.irtn TABLOID By Meddlesome Mazie Well folk" Mnzle Is on the air again. Several Interesting things have occurred 'round about the ole D. B. C. campus since last issue but if Marie has overlooked anything or any- body she apologizes now once and for all. Bill Dillin nnd Lawrence Wren were caught off in a complete storm the other night at the . . .er uh . . . affair given by the I. H. R.'s The dates they brought out gave them the royal air so 'tis said and gave every- body else a break but them. Well that is the trouble when the boy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1933

ftkte THE COLLEGIAN Attend The "CHARMING PRETENDER" Attend The "CHARMING PRETENDER" VOL. XXVII AOWNWOOD TIXAi TUESDAY JANUARY 10 1933 No. t MALLOW LEADS IN "TRAIL" BEAUTY CONTEST jjM BJ am - -r "Charming Pretender" Presented FIRST PRODUCTION OF DANE BAKER PLAYERS THIS YEAR TO BE PRESENTED AT AUDITORIUM BUILDING Tonight at eight o'clock the Daniel Baker Footlight Players are present ing their first production of the year the "Charming Pretender" a three act comedy-drama. Admission prices will be 10 and 25 cents. Buchannan Drexel a big Boston fin ancier who is played by William Ellis his son Steve played by Bert Clardy and also his daughter Eloise who is played by Ernestine Durham arc visited by their cousin and niece Sue Alexander. Sue is a small-town girl from Vermont and she comes with the Information that she is elected "Miss Vermont" she Is protrayed by Margaret Hopkins. Eloise is engag- ed to Lord Marshall Kendall an Englishman. Lord Marshall brings his friend Andrew Carmichael ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1933

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN In I U 1 1 1 1 ! ' $ 0P1NAT0R This column has advanced from the opinions of one person to the opinions of several well-known people. All the incidents in this column are taken from the "Readers Digest." THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Hrowmvood Tex. ns second class matter E. II. COLE Editor W. D. BRADLEY Business Manager Ernestine Durham Associate Editor Bert Clardy Ant. Business Manager J. T. Wren Circulation Manager Charles B. Brlnkley Sports Editor Louise Moore News Editor Morris Rodgers News Editor Bill D'llln Feature Writer Ray F'yd Columnist Lee Ray Chandler Columnist Alice Brown Society Editor R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor EXPERIENCE One of the most valuable of assets which we will acquire as we roll down this rocky slope which we call Life will be the ex- perience which we jrain. Hut they will only be of value to us if they are used correctly. Our past experiences are a yardstick given us so that we will be able to attach the ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1933

tiUMiafc ivl i8d3HiyHSHE MMMt ' '"" -- '' ? THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN WWilMTT..vi..c.iLrt.fc1 Billies Trim Ranger: Lose To Bobcats Ranger Easy Prey (or Battling Goats Daniel Baker's Hill Billy hardwood outfit flashed a better brand of bas ketball Friday nigni against tne Ran- ger Junior College boys than shown in earlier practice games and as a re- suit came through with an easy 46 to 26 victory over the Ranger five. On the other hand Ranger was unable to furnish as strong competition as that usually put out by the May All- Stars a team that nas split two prac- tice tilts with the Presbyterians. But one of the mam reasons ror tne bet- ter showing by the Blairmen last evening was the return to the lineup of Polly Wise veteran center. Wise played long enough against Ranger to cop high scoring honors for the came with 16 points registered on eight goals from play. He played about half of the game as did most of the other regulars. Townsend of Ranger was second In scoring with fourteen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1933

fa JF R i$ RS I IV 1 11 I 1 " 5 38 I ft t V THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN TABLOID By Meddlesome Mazie There have been quite a few peo- ple coming to the editor and wanting to know if he It writing the Mazie column. The person that wrltet thit column hands the script over to the editor and he does not even know what Is In it till he receives it. There have been a few Incidents around the campus that he has told her but he has nothing to do with the Informa- tion or material that she hands in. Well well Lawrence Wren has not only pot disgusted with the women but Is now reverlnp the ttibles. The Blrl that didn't give him the right support whom ole Mazie told you about In the last lue Is now get- ting the royal air. She was seen at the "Chaining Pretender" rehearsal the other night looking In vain for her Prince Charming but ulas he never nppeared to give her the words that would cheer her life and make her future brighter. Lawience you are a regular ole heartbreaker shame on you. that he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1933

THE COLLEGIAN BILLIES WE'RE BACKING YOU TO BEAT McMurry't Indians VOL. XXVII BROWNWOOD TBXAB TUESDAY JANUARY 24 1133 No. 10 BMJES WIN ONE. LOSE THREE MTEXASMWERENCECAGERACE SIMMONS LEADS CHASE WITH 3 WINS Daniel Baker's Blue and White Clad basketball machine is now standing .eventh In the list of Texas Confer- ence cage clubs with a percentage of 250 having won one game and lost three. The Billies defeated the Aus- tin College Kangaroos 52-26 In their initial Texas Conference appearance dropped a game to the Southwestern University Pirates 38-29 lost to the St. Edwards Saints 24-21 and to the Simmons Cowboys 48-37. Wise Gets Hot The playing of Pollock Wise cen- ter was oustandlng in the Austin College game. The big boy from Rockwood accounted for 21 points against the Sherman delegation. Be- sides bearing the brunt of the scor- ing burden he also played a nice floor game. Spec Smith forward followed Polly scoring seventeen points. Connally Kangaroo center was the big gun from Austin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1933

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1933

I THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN "DEER MAW" FRESHMAN Writes a Lttter Horn lil- I TEXAS CONFERENCE STANDING Thursday After Examinations ?Jl.MaSdard feller from Amarlllo he shore yam a 5 Maw. he done went with a gurri wots rimed Mary Prancea Riley but Maw STled th7furat time he went with she wouldn't fo with him 'lea. he lent with her reggler. Maw thafa the same thing she told Art Hatley Maw I gess she must mean It. Maw since Marie dun went an turned me down I think I'll go with her reggler. Maw they's wun guy up hyer wot shore duz haV a perraunnllity. He knows all 'bout footballs an' marbles an' tops an' sltch like. An Maw he shore musi - ?" tttt- they wuz a gurrl plum from Wichita Fawls wot cum doun hyer to see him. Mak I bet If he gets cut off he goes up thalr an' gets married. I don't blalm him a danged bit she shore yam pirtty I wlsht I kud go with her reg- Ker- .. Sneekln' o' boys wot yam crazsle bout the gals they's wun guy doun hyer wot shore yam 'spechully If thay live In tne wes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1933

I R I ft 9. ( M . i TQ 1st: THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN IfflSHTHAT We wonder . . . Why Billy Moore baa such a sudden interest in Comanche. Why Nadlne Parker has learned to care tor Canary birds. "He is so lit tie ... " Why-Hamberlln hangs around the Hotel Brownwood . . . waiting for a handout eh wot? Why Collins is the Seaborn of Dan lei Baker. Why . . . and Blooey 1 Another girl goes off Bonnie Braswell Lockjaw's list. Double Blooey! Why Bull Face Harris rates the dis tinction of being the only all Texas Nightwatchman on the Howard Har rl I mean Payne campus. Why Daniel Baker doesn't have a contest to select the most asinine boy. My nomination would undoubtedly be one of the Coo Coo Birds Bogus or Gobus. Why such a queer combination . . . Banner a hand organ a piano and a Plymouth car . . . very original Joe Wann very original. We suggest that Banner add a few more horns to his band such as Piccolo Pete Weaver and the two boys from Fife Texas. Why Bets Baker is so good looking? Now ...

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