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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1933

.Trprjrr' w" "r wcf""'- i! ito ECHOES FROM USICAL AMERICA i nav Chandler Many college co-eds throughout the matry have receiver wu u Id: Dear Friend: Thanka for your Qlad you HKe our uia vwia mms. Mope youu neap "" Cheerio and Smooth'o. Fred War- ' rw thmiffh wa didn't write In m get the Idea Mr. Warlnf. Cballapln the distinfulahed opera tt was perpeiuauy in m mm w It is told 01 unaiiapin um o ' .mnthine from The Barber of lle while standing in- a packing-- k slaughter pen. "Don't iook to appyl" he bellowed to the fright- i ntpcrs. "It ia Chaliapin who gs to you while you die!" Rubinoff and his famoue violin con- nue to carry off honors ror vnase ISandborn. Alio that ninny mue .nh the nerfect aenae of humor. ddie Cantor wiU be back on the air . s..j. it nnthlnor tilm wa will CXI Oltm"j " m ve something to look forward to IfromwcektoweeK. u.r nro Marv Garden's six prime r " - rule for success in opera: run ue certain you have an "opera voice." Second Work as hard as you can. Third If...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1933

J "! : r c a J! I I it Hi 4 i r ;-i 5 AI SIX Sbowing This Week Queen Theatre Saturday Night Nov. 25 Preview thawing at 11 p. m. "The Return of Caaey Janes." "The Return of Caaey Jones' is the second picture tn which Charles Star- lett has appeared for Monogram. His first was "Jungle Bride." Between making these two pictures Starrctt played the lead opposite Constance Bennett In "Our Betters" for RKO. "The Return of Casey Jonea" u now at the Queen Theattc preview. i ijMI.MBBBaBBBnBaBaBBaBBaBaaBa 1 PPJffHSHH i THE DANIIL 1AKIH COLLEGIAN lng with flee at the pugnacious ac- tor's antics and his crisp crackling lines. Cagney is a newspaper photo- grapher in this picture. As a reform- ed gangster just out of Sing Sing he gets a Job In a yellow tabloid news- paper a paper on which no self-respecting reporter would tolerate. Friday and Saturday Dee. 1 2 Buck Jones In "Shadow Ranch." See It or you'll never forgive yourself I A riot of action a tornado of spectacular riding and Buck Jones the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 December 1933

CUIM ?KRK MMIEL BAKER COLLAGE BROVftTWOODif TEXA8 THE COLLEGIAN Be a True Hill Billie By Btinf an Ail- Around Studtnt Be Loyal to Your School; Attend All School Activities L H LzrSBSHK Volume XXVIII. Voice of the STUDENTS By Ye Editor This Is the students paper. We want to put into this paper what the stu dents want. In order mat each stu- dtnt may put into the paper every- thing that he wants there has been a box placed in the auditorium for the copy. Everything must be signed in order that it may be published. So that everything may be kept secret that needs to be there Is a lock on the box. The editor would greatly appre- ciate it if the students would start filling this box with news. We are sure that many of the students see news that the editor is unable to secure. Co-operation In this way would prove an aid In making the paper more interesting. It Is a pleasure to Bend exchanges to the ex-students In order that they nay read the news of the college but we have no means of kno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 December 1933

TWO . . 1 :.i J- B9HK9HHBaiflBaaH THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN UP AND DOWN THE AVENUE morbid at times when we think of Little Brother Gleaton giving up the gallant battle for the approval and .aAiam f nna nnmilar member of nrrt(nn8 of one oooular member our dormitory crew. Oh you don't know who? Just ask somebody in San Angelo And speaking of managers we got a manager that can really manage things! Now we're Just talking from theory but from all Indications there's olentv of practice. Go over to Trtiitt shuits' anv old nisrht ana Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager Robirt Parks Associate Editor Ceri-'je Lamb Assistant Business Manager Vlrf nin Skinner Exchanae Editor Raymond Green $porti Cdltor Lee Ray Chandler Columnist Prof. R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor WENOTICETHAT- Basket ball practice is getting un- der way. The Billies should have n v.ocd team this year. With Smith Harris Rutledge and a g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 December 1933

THI DANIIL BAKIR COLHOIAN The Rams Horn m m "m m a. nnmual form of sonata recital n given promptly at C. I. A. in which an analysis of the aonata form L. riven and explained by ute of ryitem of light bulbf and other electrical devices contrived for the purpow. Something different. There are entirely too many people wbo are hanging onto the coat taila of success that are always ready to dictate to the wearer how the coat ghouW be worn. The College Star. Some people want to be the first to look for work and the laat to And a Job. The Lass-O. Thoughtfulness a sure sign of intemperance the night before usu- ally Indicated by regularity of breath- lag and closing of eyes in clan. Mc- Murry War Whoop. Dps that touch liquor shall never touch mine said a fair young co-ed to the taught school for years and years and years. Simmons Brand. Were a believer in Dorothy Dix but Isn't she discouraging when she uys that the male wbo doesn't imoke drink swear or even think bad things and to marry who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 December 1933

M m' I V. F lb. FB i. 1 I . ! k i E ' ' R '1 I T ( il I' FOUR THE DANIEL IAKER COLLEGIAN THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC w m tm-mi i Monday and Tuaorfay "Only YMtarday." Dtetmber 4 HbBBLBBBIbV. Vv"2bIbbK-' v ' Witf m Efi waBHHP Hkl aws!f3?ElBaal Bi&JwSS '3raafjBBBBHl iM' UIbbbbV! MIMiBBWMWRIIIMNBW&OTBllWV" ...:J Billies Battle Cowboys to Tie Quoting the worda of a well known poitq writer "Daniel Baker aurnrlaea I nil by great play." Some people HHfa-m nave Deen surprised out the .indents of Daniel Baker have been feeling; all year that they had this kind of a team. On Thanksgiving they saw not one football star but many football start. There were no t&i& "Only Yesterday" Is one of the bfg--.eat plrture that has been In Brown- ood recently. Every one Is fond of John Boles who Is one of the leads to Only Yesterday." Others In this pic- ture are Edna May Oliver Franklin Pangborn Reginald Denny Billie Hurke and Margaret Sullivan. Don't miss this hit of the season. Wednesday and T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1933

'Wi I a COLLEGIAN 1 Christmas Greetings Happy New Year L J ePEEIIhJGs THE Sfogr fPF' .SwBL Volume XXVIII. ROWNWOOD TIXAS DICIMSIR It 1MS No. I MERRY CHRISTMAS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm DINE BAKER ORCHESTRA PUYS ANGELO AND BILES ENGAGEMENTS DURING WEEK Angelo Concert Given in Play House Club Last Monday the Daniel Baker or- chestra made its first out of town trip. This important personnel of the college played a concert in Miles Tex- as and also one in San Angelo Texas. The first concert was played in Miles at one o'clock at the Miles High School. Edward Thompson a former Daniel Baker student requested that the orchestra stop here for a concert Wore going to San 'Angelo. '-TBerel was a large audience of high school students and friends. At eight o'clock they played for the University Women of San Angelo. This concert was held In the Play House Club. There was also a nice attendance at this program. The numbers rendered on both of these programs were as follows: "An dante Con Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1933

TWO WHEN FATHER AND MOTHER WERE YOUNG THE DANIEL.BAKER COLLEGIAN f I 't .' i I i W7 01 L'ntered at Poet Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Editor .Business Manager Robert Parks . . . Ctorgt Lamb .. Virginia Skinner Harold Durham l Ray Chandler .. Prof. R. E. MacKay Associate Editor Assistant Business Manager Exchange Editor Freshman Sports Columnist Faculty Advisor ISlPjWs&R HL THE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS At this time of the year we are prone to forget in the enthu- siasm of our celebration the meaning of the holidays. We are ::t this time of the year celebrating the birthday of some one who snerificed His life that the people on earth might have eternal life. We are celebrating the birthday of the only perfect indi- vidual that lias ever lived. It has been a custom to give pres- ents on birthdays to the person having a birthday. Since it is now impossible for people to give gifts to the one having the birthday it has become a cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1933

PAGE THltBfi DANIEL BAKER SPORTS 1 THE DANIEL BAKER COLLIQIAN Read 'Em and Weep TOe freshmen basketball team Mffli to be the strongest team of Z class teams. They met the opho- ort m battle the other afternoon and beat them to the tune of 21-14. Uter they tangled with the Junlori and they whipped them 21-18. The main cogs on the f reshman club Mem to be had In Carl McCurdy Irby Olea- ton Jake Smith Nubbin Payne Jake MeCulley and Hubert Davenport. The freshman played Dublin High gchool and whipped them 31-27. Dav- enport was high point man with ten points. He was closely followed by Smith with eight points and Payne with seven. The next victim for the freshman squad was Williams High School. The quintet defeated this group to the score of 72-12. Ward of Santa Anna was high point man with twenty-three points. The frosh found new meat In the Santa Anna team. The score of this game was 26-12 the Baker boys holding the big end. In this game Smith was high point man with six points. By th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1933

tarn ' fell 4wl ( U I. r?" i m 4 fGUft THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEOIAN Concert Given By Baker Band The Daniel Baker Band five its first concert of the year on Friday December IS 1933. Thla program was presented to a large audience. The first number on this program waa "The Basses March" by the band. Thto number was followed by two slmihr numbers by the band "Wed- ding of the Winds" and "Alexander's r.aptlme Band." The Dnnlel Baker Double Trio sang the chorus to "Glow Worm" as the next rendition. This number was by the band with the vocal chorus. The overture "Faust" was a vary brautlful rendition. This Is a very difficult undertaking and the band fc-ave a very perfect rendition. The band director Jlmmle King i.sked his father. J. B. Klnsr of Cole man to direct the next number "Ar- tucklenlan Polka." In this number .Tlmtnle played a cornet solo. Before giving a scries of Imitations the baud played n march entitled "Two Thomas Cats." The imitation that were nlvcn were: bombshell train hors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1934

lWMf1!l JS& Villi i I UK THE COLLEGIAN I 1 Be Loyl To Your School; Attend All School Activities Be a True Hill Billi ByB8nff An All- Around Student i L I Volume XXVI !! KCff: 3?bW i 1 -BBBMfBJgCS5!I 3 iaMMaHHBIHaiaCHMMBMH I ROWNWOOD TIXAS FHRUARY(2j 1134 No. t Voice of the STUDENTS y Ye Idlter y The Editor We are sure that all of the student are glad that examinations are over. It probably happened that many did not have their work up on time and had to spend many extra hours the Uit week to make up for the time that they had lost These people pro btbly made the statement that they would never let this happen again. Take a little friendly advice and don't let this happen In the spring. It is rather difficult to do the minimum amount of work in the spring1 much less the work that should have been done months ago. So let this be your motto: I will get my work up on time. We wish to pu our apology in at this place. The paper did not come out on the nineteenth as it was sche duled b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1934

TWO it (1 f I f.- 1 ' f THE DANIEL!BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager Retort Parks Associate Editor Oeerae Lamb Assistant Business Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor Harold Durham Freshman Sports Lee Ray Chandler Columnist Prof. R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor There are atlll some people In this world who have fine Ideas about col leges and college education. A fine example of such may be taken from a freshman English paper: "I wish to attend college because I believe a college education helps a person to get a better view of life a wider knowledge of men and a bet- ter understanding of the world in which we live. I came to Daniel Ba- ker College for numerous reasons. The most obvious reason is that I have watched the students of Daniel Baker. They seem friendlier and more of my Ideals than the students of any other college that I have been .. a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1934

THE OANIIL tAKlft COLLIOIAN PAOB THRU THIS WEEK AT Vhe LYRIC Saturday Feb. 3 "Pentheuea." a Manhattan cocktail of whoopee Jlit9 love hate and diaUluataa is SSterfully mixed for the motion pic- Ere public In Artlur Soman Roche's Mthouse" the Metro-Ooldwyn-May. . cosmopolitan production. The Picture la a vivid portrayal of Jdcm lln in New York of life la Sad Manhattan's love neeti on the moMops of political plottliif clan- 2iae romance aluring revelaUon Sthe merry-go-round of lift In the Grid's wickedest metropolis. Directed by W. 8. Van Dyke re- numbered for his epochal dramas of Ifrlca and the South Seas Arthur Somen Roche's "Penthouse" thru a startling departure from the other productions assures this director his Hfhtful place in the forefront of the great directors. Saturday Midnight "The House en Mth Street" Few stories are said to offer a star a wider range of dramatic opportunl ties or a more dazzling background than are afforded beadtlful Kay Fran. di tn "The House on 66th St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1934

J J Jv-j ! ? ft pour Read 'Em and Weei Yap ten lucky boya on the 1934 lUle cage team will be well reward ed for their service this year. No It's not a feed or anything like that but a swell trip into the interior of OLD MEXICO not New Mexico. Yeah ac- cording to the latest dope from Coach Blair plans have already been com- pleted for the tour and he states that the ten boys who will make the trip will be picked according to their future playing. So it looks like a grand trip is in store for the lads as they will have ended their conference race before departing for the land be- yond the Rio Grande. Not only will the boys spend a couple of nights In Mexico but they will swing back up to Kingsville where they will take on A. & I. Jav- ellnea In a couple of games. About the only chance for this de partment to make the trip Is to brush up onour Spanish and go along to leu tne Doys what this and that is Our Frosh gave a good account of tnemselves last Saturday at Coleman when they wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1934

'irN jr.. THE COLLEGIAN 1 Be Loyal To Your School; Attend All School Activities M Be a True Hill Billie By Being An AH- Around Student t U IP i X L Volume XXVIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS FEBRUARY 16 1934 No. 10 MHMH L tbbbbbbbeszs m r - a-1 ifc i i Voice of toe STUDENTS By Ye Editor Those that have been attending chapel for the past' week will agree Kith mc when I say that during the course of the week that we have had me things brought before us that will really put one to thinking. The jpeakcrs of this week have been ex- ceedingly good and have certainly put some Interesting things before our minds to think about. It seem that things have been sticking to people's hands. The Trail office report's that someone has taken some pictures from that place. These were pictures that were to be used in the annual. One may not feel that they were taking anything of value when he got these but they were. It takes time to have these pictures re- placed and also money. The Collegian office has also foun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1934

I ' f . ft ( I I PAGE TWO THE DANIEL BAKER 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 Parks Associate Editor George Lamb Assistant Business Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor Harold Durham Freshman Sports Lee Ray Chandler Columnist Prof. R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor V irBMPS'iBl&i IL&E Smoke of the Haunted House By Talmage Fox "Whoa" I said to the little buck- skin hoss I wuz rldln' "Whoa Snake" I said again as I pulled up on the cowhide reins. I had jlst topped the summit of the last hill between the town in which I lived and the little cowtown of Ranger New Mexico. "Well Snake this is about the end of our trail I reckons 'hause It ain't mot'n anuther mile on to town and I guess we has come about thirty-five miles today already." It wuz about one o'clock In the af- ternoon when I pulled up on that there little hil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1934

9 THI DAN It I. BAKIR COLLIQIAN THREE THIS DANIEL BAKER SPORTS THtil BILLIES TROUNCE TIGERS 45 TO te s A HILL BILLIES DOWN KANGAROOS SATURDAY S3 ti& 22 -25 m m Wei ?' krS.'." a Monday 19 20 21 Saturday Oeiert." When a 1 wife he I". Involved li This Is csii cd in his fabtli as Stan Li "- splitting r Oliver Hiii- Hal Rone comedy "f Ing to the Assisted Ing Chaile; right; Mn and Lucier wife-dceep screaming! colors the the stellar frt' taS 3 'VS. . y H n What catinh' 0 ytarsi fur Goldw n "Llnncr . This (p pDttiUlU uhicli Dpi the preati bled fnr n nnuzlnj p cs gather v thin incliu Barrymorc low Limn Kdnumd I Evans .! Loiiire CI' and May 1 Gem go at Right' was pit Uc the Hi. st haw in 'I of not (ino but more eur stor character iza not just great mi Is tare t the very for with eacli cli to its b. Friday 24 "Blc Thlsi has htn play tin Is adder and Ju of Intei Interest miss " BLAH ARE (MUTED WITH DISPUTE TILT The Hill Billies coasted to an easy 83 to 25 victory over the Austin Col- lege K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1934

. THE DANIKL AKCR COLLEGIAN POUR i. more Uk. 1." i lt Mass tony. ' 1 dance b ti or Bon j 1 melon. mer orAbiiJ. from fiist. uuphoM thi what U o Thick.' Tin i sasslfHAaa M j. TURKISH TOBACCOS ilrman of tfc o screen ia) lthaMfkt v .. si" ' . . ' i m m m mm w .'& sm m m r m m Sk ..uzL L Mm m - tm . aiHr' .viv rv- - jr t vfiiw. tiiaiAW iha v' y vav. -- w -.r fvxx. w fxxrr- m m m. r nnmw awwn saai k. ... ..... OT ww -r m(A rji mmwhs? j. ' llKv 6Srf?S '' "" '' yHKL ft ; 3b JKBSKfflEBmESEts&MtStittiiEMsK&fc i!P v " jfjKKSjfvftr. j&r ' Always I J Cofytl;Mn3 1 1'UAnerlcan Tobacco Company. 8M0KE OF THE (Continued from Pago 2) Well folks I has got to admit that this made the hair on my head .sorta raise me hat up but I didn't back down a bit 'cause I had heard many a time that there wuz lots of money hid in that there ole shack and I seeded it to git mart led on. I shore zn't agonna back out now not I since I wuz this fcr in the game. And besides I would git a razzin' from all o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1934

dl -- - -- kHISWEEKAT THELXKUJ LBLttffi Wvhr(fi wKc$&sJ$ tm! ' VbV! Monday Tuesday Wednesday Feb. 19 20 21 "Dinner At Eight." Saturday February 17 "eons or the 0iert." When a husband tries to deceive his 'wife he Is almost certain to become jlnvolved 1 aeries of tliiricultles. IThls Is especially true if no is assist- Icd In his fain iratlons by one as dumb as Stan Lauicl who with his side- splitting eye-brow - raising partner Oliver Huidy is seen In their latest Ha! Roach-M-G-M feature-length comedy "Sons of the Desert" com- ing to the Lyric theatre. Assisted by n notable cast includ ing Chat ley Chase a star in his own tight; Mae Bunch Dorothy Christy and Luclen Littleflcld a situation of wife-deception is turned into a screamingly funny picture that ably colors the mirth-provoking antics of the stellar comedy team. fmWaW'TmmWi ijbbk Mbbbbbb bk?kS am - Jbbw WbwM am! '- 'sx&m Knl &' ';JkI'.-a BRti&v&'LM: J&kyvl WKmk :-;jfRj KBcacn THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1934

Tl'1 THI OANIKU BAKER COLLEGIAN PAOt tlX I Stamps Show The Trend of The Times A 11 it iiiiliHHIIaMaHKK IBIaHnBvBHHHmBBBBBHiiK&l 1-. llpp - 0m mmmmmmw mum. i . .are hri y& y& trt - Tf HHHRHlMlIIlli p w TBBHHguuMAgg IMHMHWWfC' ffKujBfr?f ''Ufil64mff$Nm MUCjAma "'s iBEMaBMBHBIBBBBK.' .SBlllBBk B) y 14 v i -i . I FJ D Because history and the high-spots of current events are both to be read in stamps George J. Ryan President of the Board of Education of the City of New York would encourage school children to collect them. He stated to the Committee on Arrange ments that he believes the "National Stamp Exhibition will do much to stimulate the Interest of both adoles- cents and adults in the value and fascination of stamps." Mr. Ryan admits further to "a great admiration for those who have the patience perseverance and time to devote t'o collecting stamps. To me postage stamps reveal not only the spirit and character of the people of the country" he says. "At present the air ma...

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