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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1933

THE COLLEGIAN SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT SUPPORT THE HILL BILLIES VOL. XXVII MOWN WOOD TBXAt tATUIIDAY PKBRUARY 4 1133 No. 11 HILL BILLIES TRIM McMURRY INDIANS 32-25 Knothole Knonsense The Editor . .. isat issue of The Collegian we requested the students to turn In cooy. Several have complied with Uat request but in ao doing have failed to sign their names to the ma- :.!7 ..d in. And that Is one thine that every editor must know the source hwu wuhm w e" Li'. M.riM. So hereafter don't for- cet to put your John Henry to any material turned in for publication. The source of any sucn material win be held confidential u you so ueoire u. D.ffinnins' the new semester we are going to attempt to once more sup- ply the uowmown uewiio nu news from the college. We would like to remind all students that writ ing a daily column ror a newspaper i. . tair nixed lob within itself and a real one when you are carrying five courses and attempting io euii a news- paper besides doing a hundred and one other...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1933

KU it II .! "i M Id" I V lM :.l s i Ml ! M ... THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN when an American goes to Paris to design clothes it is News! Annette Simpson. Chicago designer of smart models will be the creator of many styles this year dlrect-froni-Paris Ba-Ba" wcolens with the "Frank- lin" check "Yes. the Hyde Park Franklin will predominate In the styl- ish tailored suits scarfs sweaters and blouses which are mannish and "fit like man." t An eighteen months old baby fell fourteen feet from a second story win- dow at Astoria. Ore. picked himself up. and toddled into the house. A.-. examination failed to reveal a single bruise. t t Stella Walsh. Olympla track star OPINATOR Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter havr.t noticed before we n" "' v var the theme of this ;;v; :h7s:ooi-!-.- a" tout Irt:J the i deals etc. It might be capped a Pan-Biker paper. -.- -v Ubrarv comes the plea . that nave oocr;; r-due will please onr.c .-" ". . ... ln-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1933

I-:-! '-.. TABLOID By Meddlesome Mazie James Flnlay sage from the cow country has at last broken Into big time company. Mitt Ima Gene De- hay poet laureate from the Early community wae eeen hooked on to Mr Flnlay'e seventeen Inch bleep oromenadlna from the Admlnletratlon building to the home of Mlea Lottie Eailey. Hoteha and vo-de-o-do tea Made ain't this Flnlay feller going? The worst le yet to come mebbe and If the Peach from Pear Valley whose Image adorns Flnlay'e billfold which he carries In the palm of his hand or m.hh Its his hlppocket does not watch the Sage she will find herself In the coot cool breeze wnue Finny goes his way watch-less. Blow me down sez Mazle this Is the most devesting Bcoop since Wil- llan Dlllln commonly known as BUI was found In the dimness of no lights on the stairs of the Fine Arts Build- ing. May Mazie say a word to Miss Dehay? The Fiddling Fifer from McCulloch county is a man sans scruples and it may mean parley too. B-o-y H-o-w-d-y . . . Would you h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1933

V v - i M i '3 f li I i .1 THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN . TDLE TINGLEC CHAS. B. BRJNKUY The Texaa Conference track and field meet which will be held at Georgetown In May should produce several thrilling contests but what promises to be the best of the bunch is the 220 yard low hurdles. There are four men In the T. C. who can really top the low timbers and when these four tangle up something Is go- ing to happen. Wllburn Underwood of Howard Payne conference champion In this event for the past two years will be back to defend his title. Underwood's best time last year was 24.3 seconds one-tenth of a second more than the conference record of 24.2 held by Nig MoCarver of the same Institution. Simmons University's bid in this event features Bud Hardeman a sophomore of merit and Lee Vurle Andrus who has completed the low sticks In around twenty-five seconds. While attending Grand Prairie High School Hardeman set the old state record of 24.4 and later while attending the Weatherford Junior C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1933

wwiiiacT" THE COLLEGIAN SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT SUPPORT THE HILL BILLIES vol.. XXVII ROWNWOOD TtXAt TUKtDAV FMHUARY 81 1133. No. 12 HILL BILLIES FIFTH IN T.C. CAGE STANDING ZZ!wmr&r.irs' uU.sji.1 B. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT PRODUCES EFFICIENT TEACHERS p.rv vear out of Daniel Baker there goes into the world of teaching k number of students. This Is a pro- fession that requires a lot of training nd study in oraer mat inese biu- icnts may have a very emciem dbck- m.nd Daniel Baker has put the Edu cation classes Into Its curriculum. Mrs. J. W. Trapp Is at the head of this department. Mrs. Trapp Is a wen -rfnpAted woman and one who knows how to give this knowledge to her students. She Is known In the entire state as an educator ana speaicer. aire. Trnnn has chosen Mrs. Nan Wright to be her assistant and she has proved Ito be an assistant or great acuity. The course in Education I gives the student the required knowledge for teaching the beginning pupil. In the first half of the course th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1933

M Jt tiv; f. fej Iffi II t 3 k M k" )!' R I.' r I ? '! II THE DANIEL fiAKER COLLEGIAN KiH 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 rt Clardy Atst. Business Manager Charlea B. Brinkley Sports Editor Louise Moor News Editor Dlln Feature Writer Ray Floyd Columnist Alice Brown Society Editor R. E. MaoKay Faculty Advisor Uppers Trim Frost 33-27 OPINATOR I THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Wednesday March 1 "Son Daughter" "Son Daughter" which will come to the Lyric Wednesday March 1 has been rated highly by motion picture reviewers and critics. The leading role in "Son Daughter" is played by Kamon wovarro who needs no intro- duction to motion picture fans of this country. Thursday and Friday March 2-3 "You Said a Mouthful." The leading role in "You Said a Mouthful" that of a marathon swim- mer Is played by that great comedian Joe E. Brown. Brown is an ama- teur; in fac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1933

3S5mS!!ttui&&jti THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN TDLE JINGLEC CHAS.B.BMNKIIY rrntulatlon8 and salutations to the old maestro Leslie Cranflll and hi. band of Ranchers from the county at of Taylor County Abilene. By virtue of their 49-47 defeat of the Howard Payne Yellow Jackets the cowboy" are for the fifth consecutive ea8on basketball champions of the Texas Conference. The Cowboys are certainly deserving of the honor and the Texas Conference point with pride to the basketball champions of 1933. oo weeks bko. eight young men . - -.ilu.t wan aitririnnlv from Kce inuw. 7"- " 7 dismissed from school. These lads wcTc well known for their football ability. Among them was Kelly Scott former All-State halfback from Marshall and a sterling halfback for the; Institute. We read with Interest that he had been signed by the Hous- ton Buff baseball club of the Texas League. Scott plays any position In the Infield. Here Is one halfback who won't burn the Southwest Conference girds up with his d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1933

?w IrV ff wm IV It J M U I AP a I i' r3 . t THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN TABLOID By Meddlesome Mazie f Torment sleepless nights and what-not. Mazie sez see Ding Dong Floyd for he knows It all. This may sound surprising but from exact and reliable sources Mazie knows where- of she speaks. Ding Dong is in love. He is centering all his attentions on Louise Rusk who is open to the at- tention of those who will know that her Reddy Red Williams has hiber- nated into the hills of Mills County and It seems that the main source of trouble is one Freshman Mclnnls who seems to be getting over in a big way. But Ray has his big moments when the library is frequented by the visits of Miss Rusk and they gaily hold hands and swing their feet off the rail. Laugh and the world laughs with you and Mazie would say to Mr. Floyd that the most consistent way to come out on top is to grin and stay In there and fight. This is a sur prise but Mazie wishes health and happiness to Ding Dong. . . and how and Llnk...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 March 1933

w- wrw"' TTTTi"' THE COLLEGIAN SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT SUPPORT THE HILL BILLIES m VOL. XXVII ROWNWOOD TtXAS TUESDAY MARCH 7 1933 I No. 13 Knothole Knonsense The Editor To the Mle bystander and reader . m.1.... nnllncra nownnnnnr thC JO" 0t CUIHIIB wB- "r- may seem to be very easy ana may be done with Utile worn uui me m- divldunl who works all week trying to secure n few gits of news and then tears his hair for hours In an attempt to put this imo print "u ... is done must go down to the printing office and see that It Is put up pro- nerly knows that the work of the newspaper man Isn't to be laughed at. After the paper Is put out he must t.r dm criticism of all groups; everyone has a different view point of the woik that should and has been done. First some one ixua juu you have put too much nonsense into the paper and then the next person you meet tells you that your paper was entirely too dry. Again the editor is faced with tne tact inat al- though nothing of Interest haB hap- pene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 March 1933

M m hi 4 m I I i I.' THE DANIEL HAKEU COLLIXJIAN . .inerrt-tMn?!Ill Jw- b$ I imirniMiTirifiT rrrr " i. i.o Wl EXCHAN 'i1 u&i iV I i '- II I flDIM A TAP "Ditnk" snid the Irish preacher "is the greatest curse of the country. I' makes ye quarrel with yet neigh- He owes it to himself to have a clear eonsi.-tont view of his b n- " yo shoot at yer land- :oiu. Aim it nuiices ye miss him." Chaser. THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Hrowmvootl Tex. as second class matter E. IS. COLE Editor W. D. BRADLEY Business Manager Ernestine Durham Associate Editor Bert Clardy Asst. Business Manager Charles B. Brinkley Sports Editor Bill Dlllin Feature Writer Louise Moore News Editor Ray Floyd Columnist Lee Ray Chandler Columnist R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor A PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE Every college student and every normal human being for that matter who wants his life to be really worth living owes it to him- self to have a sound philosophy of life. This is imperative in the case of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 March 1933

J!H!'RF"Ie5 -mm&ivm! .'Cv SmiSfM- -muw& THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN IDLE JINGLEC X cMAS.B.BRINKLBY Few people know that John Love Boles one or me - ..- screen performed was a "nowned !ihiotc In his college days. Baseball athlete m m e Spr de when they recall that Boles was the . -Jar P'tcher with the "" Longhorns In 1917. will have . M.atfAMAflA The Texas wniiw -many records broken In the track and S. sport. In May. The old IT. I. A. ....: a lona way ahead of the T. C. fop in this. partlcuUir. A cornpar. rohTtwo- show.-th.t In on .!... events were the T. I. A. A. ecords shaded by the Texas Con- ference. These are the pole vault discus throw and broad Jump. Al- discus in i rMl Wmmi ready in ic -- - -- Tpeedstcrs from A. C. C have shown their heels to old T. C. records.. The gers are champions of the first water and their names will be emblazed. in tno History of American sports Comments From the CAMPUS SAGE ady In time trials the r necis w " -- -- best performance turned In wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 March 1933

i f i ; 1 i" THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN PROPHETS ALL WET ABOUT FOOTBALL GOING HAYWIRE By Major John L. Griffith (President National Collegiate A A.) If any group of men have been dis- credited In the past few years It is those who assumed the role of proph- ets. There are certain signs how- ever which may be followed as indi- cating what we may expect this year. While the attendance at college and university football games showed a marked decrease last year over the at- tendance in 1931 yet there are two things that stand out as important in the study of the college football situ- ation. First almost none of the thou- sand institutions above high school rank found it necessary to abandon intercollegiate football and second the receipts at the football games were still sufficiently large to finance the football departments. In other words football is still a paying and self-supporting sport. The receipts from football however have not been large enough to warrant the continu- ed supp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1933

SHOW YOUR SCHOOL SPIRIT AOWNWOOD TIXAI TUItOAY APRIL 11 1133 N. 14 STOUP STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT 1933-1934 Knothole Knonsense B The Editor THE COLLEGIAN SUPPORT THE j HILL BILLIES '" f VOL. XXVII I - mmt 1 . ...- nmnM nf develoolnc what la commonly own as a philosophy of iif wc have found that In the mael- Sm and chaos of ambitions desires Ind what-knot two ambitions less all the Inhibitions complexes and other mental. If any conditions stand forth with startling clearness In our mind. Lain If any.) Psychologists and Prof Hart tell us that most people have complexes some superiority gome inferiority and we even read of one man who had a complex com- plex That Is he was so much In fear of developing a complex that this finally became a complex. But be that as It may again wc repeat In the iungie of electron (or was It neuron?) connections which have formed in our cranium and which was so thorough- ly explained by Mrs. Trapp last sum- mer two stand forth with all the clearness of brill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1933

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN 8 !.5 Wi flf I? p fa ra i B5 til ) ! iJf K THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter E. B. COLE Editor W. P. BRADLEY Business Manager Bert Clardy Asst. Business Manager Charles B. Brlnkley Sports Editor '" Dll"n Featurt Writer Louise Moore Newa editor Ray Floyd Columnist Lee Hay Chandler Columnist n . e. MaeKay Faculty Advisor BB5 . ... i ioa anrf IIUUAMI AAUIMWI " i -a. tit. rvui0rinn in wiwu immwi wwvwwwoi nM I tin HJIIl 111 LUG WW...-M- (Continued from pafe THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC AROUND THE CORNER Back in the days of prosperity some wit observed that "What this country needs is a good five-cent cigar." Lately the saying has been amended by Franklin P. Adams to read "What this coun- try needs is a good five-cent nickel." Thinking about this quota- tion has led the writer to an editorial upon the depression. So far as we know there has not been an editorial upon the depression in this paper while the column...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1933

FLE JINGLEC CHAS.B.BRINKIBY .. ..nhhiA over the site of the fs Conference track meet has fln- JJJbeen settled. The Abilene Chris- fun College Wildcats are to be the hMta of the 1933 meet Possibly five records will go Into discard these be- in the high jump broad Jump 440 80 and mile relay. The strange part n? it Is that every probable record Laker Is from A. C. C. Taking pen- hi and paper we went into the higher realms of mathematics and came to the ultimate conclusion that the Wild- cats will score from 65 to 70 points and this Is surely enough to win any- body's conference track meet. One of the records that will surely fall Is the running high Jump. The oresent mark of S feet 3-t Inehes has been beaten consistently by two Jump- ers and they're both from A. C. C. Worth "Hlghpockets" Watklns olon- uated beanpole from the Wildcat lair :.. r.rnrd for the current year of 6 feet 5 Inches. Wilson Abies his running mate clears me oar ai six ... nn inch. The most Interesting bit of compet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1933

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN r ffi 1 v i i H It i "DEER MAW" FRESHMAN Writes a Letter Home Deer Maw: ... Maw you know wot this blzness of writta' home it hain't haff so funny whin they ain't nuthln' to write about As Pete used to say whin he gott through takin' his Sattlday bath I'm juat abowt runn owt of sope. But they's one thing wot puzztls me wot I wtaht you'd hepp me explane. Maw they've gott a newspaper up hyer an' it's called the Collegian. That is hit was a newspaper afore the prczzint editor became editor. (Editors note Coming from a Freshman we'll let this pass this time.) Now Maw this editor of this Collegian wots named E. B. Cole an' the blzness manager wots named w. O. Bradley thay wlnt an' hade thlm sum stationary made. Maw hit shore Is plrtty but thay wint an' had their names printed on nit an' they're in the two topp kor ners. Wot I'd like to know is why they wont to sign their nalms in the topp korners? I nevir did hyer of slch iixe beroar. An' they've gott a quill an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 September 1933

';' THE COLLEGIAN A aaMaaVl s SUPPORT THE HILL BILLIES tjWeaMeBaweaaweaaaaatoiaaaciaatoaatfl Volume XXVIII Brownwood Texas Saturday September 18 1933 No. 1 D. B. OKHNG EXERCISES HELD WEDNESDAY Twilight Twitters By The Editor SHOW YOUR j SCHOOL SPIRIT ...-. n nnr eamnuB. Frosh we're sure all of the maBculine members of the first year are SelUware of the fact that they S-e Freshmen and the remain- ?re LI Iw. will soon be noti fied of this fact. While wander- ing through ye ole scrap book this summer we found a poem Sat fits in at present. It reads: "Welcome Students To our campus To our life so Gay and free. Welcome Students Jolly students Who have happened By our way. Welcome Students Young and care free- Welcome Students Old and new. All are friends Upon our campus All are welcomed You and you. So as the saying is "Jhems our sentiments"; that is that is vt wnM like to say to our old classmates welcome and to our new classmates wea line to Bay Welcome. This "Collegian" is your paper ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 September 1933

. m 1 1; H I ' H! r. I it- It foT h ; i ' US i. i It THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Daniel Baker Student Played Part in the Famous "Santa Claus" Bank Robbery Entered at Post Office of Hrownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager Weldon Woodward Assistant Business Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor William Watson Joke Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor THE NEW DEAL Today the discussion tends to stay on the subject of the "now deal." It seems that during every period of depression there are many who look down and few who look up. At this period of the depression the leader has introduced ideas which cause a few to look down and many to look up. Today people are enthusiastic because they feel that they are getting a "new deal." The leaders of our nation are of a ditferent party from the preceding leaders. These leaders are instigators of plans different from any that have been proposed. That is why so many are enthusiastic and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 September 1933

Added to Daniel Baker Coaching Staff Pictured here are Bor- en "Bodie" Hunter and Abney "Tuffy" McKee- ver who have been add- ed to the Daniel Baker coaching staff. Hunter who received his degree from Daniel Baker last spring will with Laurin Blaydes another senior of '33 coach the fresh- man team. McKeever will assist Mr. R. E. Blair in coaching the varsity. All these boys learned their college football un- der Mr. Blair and are fa- miliar with his system of coaching. Their addition to the coaching staff is expected to materially strengthen it. JWA v M1 40 Freshmen Report For Football Squad On Friday afternoon the Dan- iel Baker freshmen will journey to Rising Star. Texas where they will tangle with the Pio- neer High School lads coached by none other than Galloping Gus Snodgrass former Daniel Baker star. The two freshmen coaches Bodie Hunter and Humpy Blaydes are former running mates and also stars 01 Daniel Baker. At the first call of their coach- es Hunter and Blaydes over forty...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 September 1933

u hi M u 15 M ii r w m I BY ALL MEANS FINISH HIGH SCHOOL Dr. Roberts president of the South's most popular School of Business Training at Tyler Tex- us gives the following sane and sensible reasons why every boy und girl should avail themselves of the opportunity of receiving a high school education. "With the facilities now pro- vided by our various states along educational lines" says Dr. Rob- erts "is there any reason why a young boy or girl should not graduate from high school? "Without a high school educa- tion every worth-while door of opportunity is closed and regard- less of one's ambition to make further advances educationally there is absolutely no chance. The doors of all colleges or liter- ary schools are barred against a non-graaunte. it every young person could not realize the ab- solute truth of the above state- ment I wonder if there would not be greater interest taken in finishing the high school course. "Let me paint a word picture of a recent case coming to my att...

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