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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1933

THE COLLEGIAN DOWN THE WILDCATS KLAW A KITTEN - Volume XXVIII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS SEPTEMBER 80 1t33 Ne. t Mil BUJES SCORE TOUCHDOWN ON FR06S M M M It u. u. u ft.1 Twilight Twitters I By The Editor - ii-ait tlt la Mm -What can I w. --7 prottc: m that every eauor uw-. Everything that Is of news a tt-lth. EverymmB u d can be easily written up has been lien by some reporter who believes J makS things brief. Then It 1. Lut editor tears his hair and won- what he can say about nothing 1 ! ...hi mi un a lot of space. That The reason that columns Uke this .J written. Strange to say they can .. u oni and outlined under lead; that la they contain nothing but hot air." Several of the ex-students have sent ul word that they would like to sub- crlbe to The Collegian. We would Ike very much to be able to send a copy of this paper to every student Jt has ever been In Daniel Baker but wc are financially embarrassed. It s costing the students of Daniel Ba- ker one dollar each year for this pa- per and s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1933

U a i tf 4 4r J&Q THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager Rebert Parks Associate Editor Llentll Lee Assistant Business Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor William Watten Joke Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor LIB! CONCEIT "The fellow that gets too chesty will generally end up by being busted" this is a statement that we found In our readings in Prof. Hart's class dur- ing the past week. This is a statement that many of us are able to verify. Who is it that receives most of the licks while a freshman? Is it not the man who is continually bragging about what he has can or will do? Who is it that gets hit the hardest in a football game? Isn't It the man who claims to be the best on the field? Who is it that gets hit the hardest when the school paper comes out with its low-down? Isn't it the fellow that has been "popping off" most around the campus ? Some people a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1933

-nunv FROM MUSICAL AMERICA ni' m i Ray Chandler ..The Romance of a People" held in Vvork is a musical and dramatic Tean de cr.b.og forty centuries o pig!.h history. The cast consists of S acSs singers and dancers. A ' Jliofthls description would cer- fiy be an aldjo able students. Following the Ellington show at I "als ulng the coming season known stars as Blng Crosby St and Allen Mae West Kathe- Cornell. Buddy Rogers and his S Guy Lombardo and his band th Rut" Kttlng-last but not least ?! Gulnan and her entire floor Ztrom "The Sucker Club" In New York will be presented. Sounds In- teresting doesn't It? Thanks to Fcrllng Foster for this blt 0f news. Not only are there thou- Ids of radio entertainers broadcast- Z from coast to coast without re- ding a penny for their services but tore are frequent instances in which lhe performer himself is paying the station for the privilege. The new theatrical season starts booming during the coming ween wun several new and promising shows. Cook a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1933

I. to A i r i 1 I IM J K -"fcfcStfc TH1SWEEEKAT THE LYRIC Monday and Tuesday Oct. 2-3 "Htr First Matt." Again they are here Slim Summer- vllle and Zasu Pitta those two love mates who present the audience with many laughs. "Her First Mate" Is the title of their next feature. Slim find nut that after laughing at the explo- sion of small ferry boat that It has .1 boat that Zasu had spent their en- tire life's saving on for his birthday. Don't miss this rollicking sea comedy. Wednesday Oct. 4 "Deluge." "Deluge" presents a world that has come to an end. There Is a mammoth tidal wave that sweeps around the universe In the wake of a destructive earthquake. After the upheaval there begins a love story that presents a tri- angle. The cast of this picture brings to you Peggy Shannon Sidney Blach- mere and Lois Wilson. GIRLS' QLII CLUB The Girls' Glee Club met Friday af- ternoon Sept. 15 for the first meeting of the year under the supervision of Mrs. Robert Hall. Officers were elected as follo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1933

THE COLLEGIAN BEAT ST. EDWARDS Volume XXVIII. BROWNWOOD TIXAi OCTOBIR 14 INS Ne. 3 GRAB ( A TIGER SUES PREPARE FOR GAME WITH TIGERS A. C. C. - Baker Play Scoreless Tie Twilight Twitters By The Editor :h Thc other day wcwerej talking with RS Anson wrote In the j Abilene 22 Wc were very Borry but it had Pa?cr However this Hill Sly potter had clipped this artl- d" and wc are golng'to print it for yThe College Digest magazine pub- ....?.. A.wUn. asked Jack Chevlg- JThc ne v coach of the St. Edwards Smto make a stab at naming the oS of the windup. Leaving his own Sm out of consideration Jack came """... .....h this sort of an arrange ment he best I can figure out of his menl' ..... o flrnt! South article: liowuru mtj- -.--. ---- Sim and Simmons No. 2 and No. Tor vice versa; McMurry No. 4 and a dark horse which may be nearer the front; Austin College a contender and AMlenc Christian and Daniel Baker loafing around in the baBement. "f you don't like Mr. Chevigny's elections now or later pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1933

i i t ' u n ti m it . sv ECHOES FROM MUSICAL AMERICA THE DANIE BAKER COLEGIAN Entered at Poet Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager Robert Parks Auootate Editor Llonell Lee Assistant uslness Manager Virginia 8kinner Exchange Editor William Watson Joke Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor Let Ray Chandler The moat popular songs in New York are "Laty Bones" "In the Val- ley of the Moon" "Shadow Waltz" "Sweetheart's Damn'" "team o Croon" and "Under a Blanket of Blue" ... the song that is gaining in nnmilarltv Is "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" from Walt Dinscy's cartoon "Three Little Figs." The most popular song around Dan- iel Baker Is "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane" with Dorlce Davis singing the feature role. I think this song must express Dorlce's feelings. Get her to sing It for you sometime! Leopold Stokowski conductor of the Philadelphia Symphony Orches tra will compose music for "Break of Hearts" in which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1933

tHis week at the lyric Wort Mid that h4.. .it j ...... better themselves. horse-drawn merry-go-round and the many other things that will be amus- ing. Irby: A man is drunk when he feels sophisticated and can't pronounce it. Found: Watch" and chain. Will owner please form in line in lower hall. Thursday and Friday Oetobsr 19-20 "Ons Sunday Afternoon." "One SunrUv AMa....-.. i- . - YOU ARE WELCOME BILLIES AT PA&MA SSJS'J ""nance of the early I900s! .. .... . wuuinr aa me star it con- w.r?Ja.d8hn yunr Made who is blinded for life by love at first sight. T!Lca8t of thta dntful romance of 1905 consists of Gary Cooper Pay Wray Nell Hamilton Frances Fuller and Roscoe Karnes. m m jFr p Opposite Postof fice DR. R. A. ELLIS Optometrist o ..uif .move an" hould Pe With this eninvahu !.. -u.. the amusement parks with the doll- ""' atMa-oiowing factory and the ! bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbw 'Hi-.bdHH bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHT' iiKm Bbbbbbbbbbbbbb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1933

I 15 i i EVERYTHING NEW.... New store home new dresses coats suits millinery and acces- sories. MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE You are always wel- come to come and see whether you wish to purchase or not. The new shoe stock is arriving daily. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW Sarah McCreary Is undoubtedly the biggest maniac to Invade our campus In many moons. Listen gentle reader and I will tU you of one of her "play- ful pranks." She walks into a busy Collegian office and very innocently takes the pencil of a hard working staff member examines It closely and with a sweet smile on her cherubic countenance gently but firmly breaks the point. And of course there Is no pencil-sharpener for miles around. And then she has a little trick that must have a fountain pen to be suc- cessful. Borrowing the pen of some Innocent male she takes off the top tills the top with ink from the pen and hands it back to him. She's got' a million of 'em! Bewa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1933

RIDE THE j SPECIAL I THE COLLEGIAN SUPPORT THE BILLIES Volume XXVI I II. ; Twilight Twitters By The Editor .... ... hon nmiroached by many inoulaltlvc students on the subject of hv there Is only one door opened at JeCtrnnce of the Fine Arts Build- inr These students are of the opin- on that the students may make their St more rapidly and In that way be It their classes earlier If there were Sore doois unlocked. This would alio cause less confusion during the Mrlod of departure. The Jam at the door sometimes needs one of our lar- ter football players such as Shults or Montgomery to run Interference for some of the girls of miniature gUe. We would suggest that this plan be given a trial. We have noticed that the band real- ly knows how to drill and parade. The only thing to spoil the effect of any drill that the band may put on is the fact that they have no uniforms. Uni- forms add beauty to anything. I think that the attractiveness that would be added to our band would more than repa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1933

'llj 1 5 THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager Robert Parks Associate Editor Llonell Lee Assistant Business Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor William Watson Joke Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor Prof. R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor rspATrcTn An idea that seems good to us comes from the Faithest North Col- legian: "All freshmen will be excused from afternoon classes during the first week of school and all freshmen stu- dents will be lequired to report at one p. m. each day for orientation work. Freshmen will receive tests and instruction training in What a Fresh- man Ought To Know About College." According to the actions of some of the freshmen around this campus such a week of instruction would come in right handy. Among other things to be included in the course of study were the use of the library and intelligence tests. Not a bad idea at all! "Eds and Co-eds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1933

THIS WEEK AT THE LYKKJ Saturday October 2t "The Aven- ger." "The Avenger" is another picture of the working of Gangland. This time the victim is a young man who is aaslstont district attorney. He Is sent to prison by the high-ups In crime and on being released by a death bed confession he traps his own enemies In a spectacular manner. Playing op- posite Ralph Forbes Is Adrlenne Ames. Preview Saturday Night 11:18 "Unknown Angel." "Unknown Angel" Is a story In which Mae West plays a lead that Is up to her usual style. The picture will statt at 11:18 Saturday night. Monday and Tuesday October 30- 31 "Dr. Bull." Will Rogers appears In a new pic- ture that fits the philosopher come- dian exactly. He Is the small town physician who plays the part of doc- tor and father confessor. He appears in this latest picture with many char- acteristics. Playing opposite him is Vera Allen. Tuesday Midnight Hallowe'en Par- ty 11:15 Free Souvenirs Confetti and Squawkers "Swetheart of Slgml Chi." Buster ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1933

. 1 i I f! if tf V i.i. 9 d L. MANAOim MAKI (Continued from Page One) sports during his stay In Daniel Ba- ker. It was sometimes said that his brother was a real track man but Jack had shown his ability while on the National Guard camp this year when he defeated Ous In his own race. Lamar Lee was the seconding man for McAlister. His speech may be Mummed up In one of his own state- ments "His admirers flock around him like honey bees around wild flow- ers." Richard Dee Lee Austin was the next speaker and campaign manager for Russel Brown. Mr. Austin said that since Russel had those big blue eyes and that blond curly bair he couldn't possibly keep from being popular with all of the students In Daniel Baker. Buster Oober spoke for Dorothy Wilson as the most popular girl In Daniel Baker. He said that even though she had been In Daniel Baker for only one year she had gained enough popularity to be given this honor. Martha Logan introduced her can- didate for the beauty page of The Trail....

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

1 THE COLLEGIAN 1 HOLD THOSE BILLIES BY GOING TO ABILENE. DO YOUR PARTI GRAB A RED- SKIN! ROOT HARD HOLD TIGHT! THE BILLIES WILL WIN! r Pk 1 t L 7j i 1 ssus n Volume XXVIII. Billies Meet HGOMERY HALLOW SNOKRASS AND LOCKETT ARE CONTEST IBS ONE VOTE DECIDES MOST POPULAR BOY The run-off election of the popu- larity contest was held Wednesday November 1 1933. In this election Miss Christine Mallow lead the field for the most beautiful girl In Daniel Baker. Miss Mnllow is a senior. She came to Daniel Baker in the fall of 1930 from Brownwood High School. ?he makes her home in Brownwood. The fact that she had this same honor last year makes one aware of the fact that she is one of the popular beau- tiful co-eds on the campus. Miss Loraino Lockett was voted the most' popular girl on the campus. Miss Lockett is also a senior. She came to Daniel Baker in the same year and from the same place as Miss Mallow. The race between Miss Lockett and Miss Chandler for this place was very close. Jack Sn...

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

li A r ! " M M at ! ' Don't mls this mld-nlght show. In college. Test yourself: Do you have n real desire ami eag-1 T..esdav. Wednesday Nov. ..;...i..iihitilcnlioiitthliiKS Monday Tuesday wenn In which you are Interested? '3- " " b f the moVe A vou curious about the natuie. Because a numocr of the 'physical world in which you fan- .o live and how it affects your life? when I w. w bci d . i..ti in sttulvnc ! Iii ought back so u ai Wes nUmliers may have an oppor-j Hour th that radio star Blng Crosby the man bo.n with a silver croon In h ta notith. Other stars In this picture Tjudltn Allen Jack Oakle Skcc a luagher. Harry Green L...TTsh- Ned Spaiks nnu iv-my ..... man Wednesday November 22 "Cocktail Arc vou interested in studying about life in its different forms? West s numwc "" ' "u" tat Bcbo Daniels is n Are you Interested in knowing the ninny io - - w havc thc; ' thls plcluie should bring a experience of thc human race In the Hon in mw p nub-1 . i.-t hntiKn to any theatre. . ... --...

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

? Raymond Green Editor jffiYflWu fmnnnnnnnnM Read 'Em and Weep Wouldn't it be grand If two teams could meet and nothing be said about he outcome of the score or wouldn't i be gieat t0 wln cvery conte"t? But his 13 impossible. The best of clubs osc now and then. Anyway what L want to say Is that the public eye too quick to criticise. They never c into consideration who the home dub Is playing. All they clamor for Is victory. I hope the student body of nntcl Baker realizes what a hard road the Billies have had to travel this season. Every team they have liict to date may be classed as an out- standing team of the state. A. C. C. his beaten Denton. But not long ago In the game between Denton and S. M. U. the Mustangs came off the field with the short end of the score. Again St. Edwards has one of the best clubs in the .history of the school. As yet the San Marcos Bobcats have not lost a game this season and they boast of several major games to their credit. Among these are Howard Payne...

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

f M a fef Twilight Twitters By The Editor As this Is written we arc preparing to celebrate another Armistice Day. Little do we of this present day rea- lize how much some of the former studentB of Daniel Baker and others sacrificed to give us this day of re jolcing. At the call to arms practi- cally all of the male members of the student body enlisted to serve their country In its fight for freedom and democracy. It is unofficially rumored that we will get a full holiday Saturday and as a result practically everyone Is planning to follow the Billies to Abi- lene where they will battle the Mc- Murry Indians In their third confer- ence game of the year. And by the way those pesky Indians are due to be a little bit tough after their victory over those cocky Tigers of St. Edwards. Another sight that gladdens the heart of the editor and all loyal Dan- iel Baker support'ets Is that of "Spec" Smith icturning to football practice after a serious leg injury received in the Texas A. & I. ...

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

pwfm "I 'I 1 . 14!'' II ri THE COLLEGIAN' prn I jfiuf 'm& I THELAST sMvZ r" L.x A isk ' PART j7 fcrlSBwHar JBtflL let's win rr j I r 4- W f I 1 Volume XXVIII. MOWN WOOD TIXAt MOVIMIH 24 IMS No sasBBBBBBBBnisBsnBBnnnei I Voice of tie STUDENTS y Ye Idlter TUl. the first attempt to provkto you the forgouen hihmw w- -tolumn of your very own. We wUl orint your letters possibly with al- ' .. ' .ii. l.mitaa advance terauons .. opinions whlte-wash your hen-house and in short be your voice your me- dium of expression to the outer world. Any kicks that you would like to brine before the student body or fac- ulty will be published If you wlU Juit drop a note in the Collegian bo; Campaigns will be put on (Jim White style) for a nominal fee. Seriously though In our first cam- palgn we will undertake something very simple thereby eliminating the chances of failure In our nrtt cam- paign. It is just a little matter of opening more than one door at the entrance of the chapel building there- by ...

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

irirwwii i i mliuuumjU)H1i'm P t i IA I w c i&i PAOB TWO THE DANIKL SAKKR COLLEGIAN THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager Robert Parki Associate Editor George Lamb Assistant luslnesa Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor William Watson joke Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor Lee Ray Chandler t Columnist Prof. R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor "PLAGIARISM" The dictionary tells us that plag- iarism Is "the purloining or wrong ful appropriation of another's ideas writings artistic designs thoughts etc." And there can be no doubt that all of us are guilty to a cer- tain degree of this act. Sheridan il- lustrious critic of olden times says "You glean from the refuse of ob- scure volumes where more Judicious plagiarists have been before you; so that the body of your work is a com position of dregs and sediments like a bad tavern's worst wine." Take heed to this wearning i...

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

! - mtnrKmun www mwfim f f. ww .mpwuyiywil .f iiW h i ... . . '.t:-! f i . mp- ""' Jrl THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN PACW THREE Raymond Grttn. Editor BAKER SPORTS URay Chandttr WomsMi't Sports jQ. I' DANIEL NeverA ursabvTL during flA fk WVyWAAWjyyyytfuuyyyi Read Em and Weep By Raymond Qreen the '83 football season wiU be a thin of ttie past. We haven't torn down any fence beatlnf other club but what would be more tweeter than a victory over thoie Cowhands from Simmons University. In the past the Simmons-Daniel Baker clash has always been looked to with great interest. Old ex-Hill Billies and students alike come from miles around to help up a victory over the Cowboys. This year will be no exception. Students from far and near will be here in great numbers to celebrate the coming Turkey Day clash. There will be manv old ex. players who will wish they could don we Biue ana wnite and get one more fling at the Cowboys. But they will be forced to sit back and watch our present Billies raunch...

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

A FV I PAOB FOUR THI DANItL SAKIR COLLtOIAN p- Welcome Exes -- Beat Simmons Whaler Captain Speak Friday The Daniel Baker student body had aa Ita speaker this morning Captain Dolon. The captain Is with the com pany that Is brlngtog" the whale to Brownwood. He was the captain of the "Hercules" the small ship that is responsible for the capture of the vvhale. He stated that he did not wish the students to get the whale mixed with the Ash. The whale is warm blooded and the fish Is cold blooded. The blood of the female whale is twelve degrees warmer than the blood of a ..man or woman. The fish is covered with scales while the whale has skin. 1 1 The skin of a whale is so thin that one may easily cut it with his finger nail. Immediately under this skin Is the blubber that is commercialized. A Hah may stay under water Indefinitely and the whale Is only able to stay under water as long as he has air in his lungs. In this way the whale is similar to the human. Of course be- cause of the larg...

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