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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 March 1934

V 1 I COLLEGIAN Be Loyal To Your School; Attend All School Be a True Hill Billie By Being An Ail- Around Student i HSfc i c L Activities $$ THE 4X.-K.Z v.lt I vi." . i ..!. lL m . . - .. Volume XXVI I It iftr -- --fc. Voice of the STUDENTS By Ye Editor t T if f i i i i i i i i voice of the students zxzxelsat We would like to say that books will not aid one to keep warm. It seems that during the cold weather an unusually large number of stu- dents have been paying visits to the Collegian office. We are aware of the fact that this is one of the warm- est places In the school and we do not mind tho students coming in to gct'watm but what we do mind is the act' that many times after the office is vacated there are also vacant pla- ces wheiu books should be. These books arc or were the property of those who have the office for this yeir. It would be greatly appreciat- ed if these books were returnd. We hatu tt take drastic means but if nec- essary the office can be barred to all who are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 March 1934

PAGE TWO VI '1 h '.. f J'- f I'A tm V 5 gFrf 5r THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered nt Post Office of Uiownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Editor .Business Manager Robert Parks Goerge Lamb Virginia Skinner Raymond Green Harold Durham Lee Ray Chandler . . Prof. R. E. MacKay Associate Editor Assistant Business Manager Exchange Editor Sports Editor Freshman Sports . . . . Columnist Faculty Advisor THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Saturday March 3 "Counsellor at Law." 'mmMWKA uVWbbbbbb1 'VlllLw -'' 1 IbbbbV LWbjbbE? 5 H bbbbVbbbbbw " H BBBBpBrBBBBBBKh JMr BBBl siLLLaLVLlLLV IO l L ARK YOU AN OPPORTUNITY MAKER? It will be remembered that in a recent chapel talk we were told that there are opportunity makers and opportunity takers. Those who are going to school today may be either. If you are going to school just because you have nothing else to do then you are neither. If you are going to school to get something worth- while and your parents are giving you t...

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

ft 1-HP ' THE OANIKL IAKCR COLLEGIAN Raymond Green Editor DANIEL BAKER SPORTS Lee Ray Chandler Women's Sports ' ltes Down A. C. C. Cats 39-34 Blairmen Lose Two to Kingsville A. & I. HACK WIDE AND J.I MeDANIEL LED BILLIES IN SCORES OF TWO BATTLES lhirdBakKiM icuu aunty uuu. The Daniel Baker Hill Billies took a Ions' hop from Brownwood to Kings- ville on Monday morning where they played the A. & I. cage team on Mon day night. The first game ended 83- 36 In fnvor of A. & I. The second irnme ended with the score at 56-41 with the Javelinas again on the long end of the score. The score at the half was 24-20. The starting line-up for the first game was: Forwards McBride and McDanici; center Bones Harris; cuards. Head and O Chrane. These men fought hard but the combination of the loner cold ride and the tower Ing Javelinas was too much for them. Eveiy man on the Blllle squad saw feivico dm ing the game with Head playing the entire game. Snodgrass was the only player to be foule...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 March 1934

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 March 1934

""sw't . THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN riva I DO YOU KNOW YOUR EX-STUDENTS Monday and Tuesday March 14. ill Art JWi.! a i He Rams Horn ?Sk7BBBBBHK7vkBH1bBB1BB SSIIIIIIS&2' 4SSW1WrvIB IBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlWBaillBaillllllllllllllllB BE2'' I "r?)&WFi 't! BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiVBiiiVBrTBiiiiii LllllllllllllllllllllllllllBllllllllllllllllllllfl v jIHu 'ffifiPjJB -.vn vi-v-.-;wj immni Puzzle (not crosswordl: Tf hnlf thn stofkingn manufactured In the United Slate- are cotton who wcara 'cm? The Prairie. Tim College fxc offers some rules on How to be Happy In College: NTav-r lie on your back and lazily r.l- at the celling and wonder why whi'ii or who. Never dnto the same iv or girl twice especially If he or she Is not a blond. Never miss two i' h successively In going to a movie t cuttalnly not if Clara Bow Is on. b.iv stay sober study read etc. Kor says the writer If you do not tibldo by these rules you might per- chance get educated and then look where you would be. We wonder how ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 March 1934

THI DANIEL SAKS.H COLLEGIAN PAQK SIX SSSSS- ') !1 I.I 1 M 'i r ' 1 A' W l .''V 11 (J J I 4 vk WENOTICETHAT- J. E. King won the checker tourna- ment. Billy Dillon and Cecil Woods were second and third In the order named. Carylon Vincent has net her heart or head on getting In the good graces of one Rodney Harlow. We wonder what the Howard Payne girl will say about thin. Noam I Robertson has found her cne and only love In Orval Adams. It must be a sure sign of spring. Chester Brlttlan has admitted mak- ing several trips to Coleman that wore just a waste of time. Better luck next time Chester. This Blalock girl seems to be going around in a trance most of the time. We wonder if Hulan Barr could have anything to do with this. That Jlmmle Epps Sam and Dick Connaily AH Hatley James Collins Geo. Lamb Jlmmle King Chester Brlttlan Hulan Barr and several oth- eis attended church last' Sunday night. They heard a very good ser- mon delivered by Stanley Williams who is one of our own students. T...

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

B5S3tS3SSfiasiwi ' THE COLLEGIAN i i -. t-A.ixitJ II Evry I Your Part for Claan I Campus I Land Buildings I anKwm S i work i MSmWk P for. m 1m Lsta l3 I campus IHr rw(m)yO kBmSSm bSibbbbbb Vehim XXVIII Voice of ike STUDENTS By Ye Miter It seems to us that Dr. Davie would appreciate it If the organization! would come forth with more chapel programs. It will be remembered that it one time this year he announced tut any club could give a chapel pro- gram if they would only speak for It. There have been very few clubs to re- ipond. If every club wants to dis- play ita talent it should take advan- tage of this opportunity and let the itudent body know what it has. Let's have some programs by the clubs. Some of the organisations may be disappointed because the news of their particular activities does not get into print. To obtain a story from every organization in school for some one isaue of the Collegian Is one of this writer's highest ambitions. so if you will give the reporter a lit t...

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

two i . I ') i CJ 1 l UK u h' Euyu tgyj 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 luslness Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor Harold Durham Freshman Sports Lee Nay Chandler Columnist Prof. R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor I2)g3ggPf& THE PANIIL SAKEW COLLEGIAN ejaf " ' - snannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnni i wmm that this is true of some of the students in Daniel Baker College. This is what might be known as an inferiority complex. Every student who has this opinion should strive to think that they mean something to the school. This is very true. In every machine all of the parts must fit together and work together for success. This is true of the students in a school. All of the students must do their part in the school activities to make the year successful. Some students feel ...

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

viWViSi1 "J& utJW sf- THIS WEEK AT THE LlliJsV "LTrfsy. Tusdsy and Wednesday M JKiht. M tTVLC SHOW glghtten Srownwood Girls MHirtnt lhow iach Day Matins itnfay. "Th Countess of Mont Crltto." THI DANIIL BAKIR COLLIQIAN BSBZSBZK&E'iSBZSBZSBTa BBHHH1 j jBhhhhhhhhhhj TMCOUNTtn OF MONTI CB.15TO Tuitasy "Cross Country Cruise." The story of a movie actress in dl- flcultles with a band of brigands in tkt mountains. Cue of the most startling "crashes" trer seen in a motion picture occurs in "Cross Country Cruise" the Unlver- Hl comedy drama which is to be at the Lyric Theatre Wednesday with t io u starring role. A giant PMMnger but in which a criminal is fleeing from officers of the law careens at breakneck speed along a road in the desert when suddenly an airplane bearing the officers lands in the road ahead of it and mm. m.. way. Without slackening its pace the wua ciihu neaaiong into the plane and hurtles into an irrigation ditch. And Alan Dinehart the murderer is not the only pas...

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

H I I'M I i loun u 7 '. i (3 I n 'J M' 4 w Hclnnis Attends Biological Meet POSSIBLY YOU DONT KNOW- About seventy-five hlf h school and college teachers attended the eleventh annual meeting and the third meet nt T. C. U. of the North Texas Bio- ' steal Society on the third of March. Prom Daniel Baker 8. R. Mclnnls head of the science department went ns a representative of this school. Dr. Hardy Kemp professor of bac- teriology at Baylor Medical School presided over the meeting. Prof. Wayne Longmeker of S. M. U. per- manent secretary of the society was program director. The session opened at 10:00 a. m. and ended with an address "The Sta- tistical Examination of Animal Pop- ulations" by Dr. O. A. Weese pro- rsor of zoology at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Weese hat applied mathematics to biology in his research work ac- cording to Prof. W. M. Wlnton and i. s discovered that animals like hu- m beings have a definite life curve. Dr. Oayle Scott presented a paper on "The Theory and Evo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 March 1934

KiIJJlR.' LUZAJLAIXtL nL.t I Evtry ' THE COLLEGIAN ' i I Your Part for Clean I Campus I Land Buildings I Student vm I Work I Hk Vilum XXVIII ROWNWOOD TEXAt MARCH 23 134 No. 13 TAYLOR WELCOME! Voice of the STUDENTS By Ye Editor Well well and It can be noticed that the Collegian can be run without the aid of foreign advertising. We ire sure that this will be said all over the campus when this issue cornea out But this is not altogether true. Since this was a special edition the merchants were generous enough to advertise. We hope that every stu- dent will take note of those who have lupported us and that they In turn .will support the merchants. This ia the only way that any school publtca- Hon can survive; so we ask that you trade with the merchants who have n generously advertised in our paper. We wish to take advantage of this opportunity to thank the business men for their reception to those who have asked for advertising. The men were kind enough to listen to the en- tire story t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 March 1934

V ') li i. 8 fa A f ?l TWO sBBBsWBBFsBBBBBBBn THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Robert Parks George Lamb Virginia Skinner Raymond Green Harold Durham Lee Ray Chandler Prof. R. E. MacKay Smoke of the Haunted House (Continued from last issue) Next I ties me sack of gold onto the rope and then starts to cllmbln' out intcndln' to pull me gold up after me. Up the rope I starts and I musta got six or seven feet off'n the ground when that there ghost lets out a scream and I'm a two-faced hoss if I didn't fall off'n that there rope and bust me back wide open on the ground. Fer a minite I couldn't think what it wuz 'cause I has fergot all about that there ghost when I finds the money. Agin I starts to climb out but I decides that I jist can't leave the poor ghost-man down in there to die tied up like that. I also figgers if I turns him aloose he would kill me afore I could git out so I jist ties ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 March 1934

'3M.1- h"tf.' HiZs&iSviiifa U THl DANUL BAKIR COLLIOIAN EAT ALAMO SWEET CREAM Ice Cream WE WELCOME THE NEW COACH BrownBilt Shoe Store 207 Center Avenue Congratulations to the Billies on their new Coach GENE TAYLOR from Renfro's Rexall Drug Stores 'f-i. -yJttJ!L-l We extend you our congratulations and hope that you will be successful Coach Taylor HUMBLE SERVICE STATION 8 1 4 Austin Ave. Phone 1 460 Washing Greasing Flats Glidden Wilson Sam Woods Ray Curtis Power to You and the Billies TAYLOR WEAKLEYWATSON-MILLER Welcome and Congratulations to Daniel Baker's New Coach PIGGLY WIGGLY We Welcome You to Your New Place COACH TAYLOR We Hope You and the Boys Success SHOP OF YOUTH Welcome Gene! J. L Brown & Son Jewelers Gruen Watch Success to You Gene You Have Our Support Garner-Alvis Co. BETTIS&GIBBS Headquarters for College Girls Clothes Welcome Gene! We knew you had "It" tad we are behiad you 100 Give them the Gun Boy! Hopper & Stanley drink G&tfZ -IN STERUZED BOTTLES C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 March 1934

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 April 1934

i Ltt Evtry I Student I Work N for a II Beautiful I Campus Volume XXVlC'.i S? BAKER Spring COACH TAYLOR ANNOUNCES THAT ABOUT THIRTY-FIVE HEN ARE NOW APPEARING MOST OF THESE ARE FROSH The Hill Billies have begun their Spring: football practice under the supervision of Coach Gene Taylor. Coach Taylor announced that at pres- ent about thirty-five men were com- ing out. He expects more as soon as track season is over. The majority of the men that are out are fresh- men the varsity men are working out for track. Each day the number in- creases. Coach Taylor is getting acquainted with the material that he has and is alto getting the men acquainted with bli system of playing football. From our observation every man seems to be eager to get an oppor- tunity to Bhow his wares. At a call twice as many men appeared on the field to make the substitution. This seems to be the way to begin. It is hoped that this spirit will continue next year and every man will be ea- ger to go into the game and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 April 1934

TWO THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN dominoes. i ' I I . i si 0 I ST. 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 In order that wo may huve a much wtcrffjim'? with the works of our own beloved iwet the stall oitms paper takes jrmit pleasure in presenting Hi'. Jo ni owcrb Easter poem. "The Grand Old Man ol Daniel l.aket has written many poems and among his iinest are to be louno in his Easter collection. EASTER 1JW1 Dead! Verdant earth or opalescent skies. Spring's burireonintf branch or summer 5 tfoldcn glow Fall's harvest-crown or winter's manthnj? snow No more shall brinjr delight to these dimmed eyes; faro's I'ri Itinjj summons call to liitfh emprise Applause...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 April 1934

;JI1 VVVUVVVVWWVVWWWVMAAAAA SPORTS By Marcus "Spec" Smith Well Spring hao arrived after so long n time and many ambitious track stars have shown their wares. Top- ping the list of our 'flying feet comes two juniors and one senior. Reeves Hickman a boy very modest and girl shv. Is the only record' breaker to flute nnl very closely followed by Little" .Jack snodgrass a very flno sprinter and the "Old man or tne Dor mitotic" H. P. C. and D. B. C How ard K. Harris a quarter mller that can make nny Body's team. Heaves Hickman is due more praise than any of you know about. In the last conference meet Hickman set a new lccoid in Vbe pole vault and this is quite a feat for anyone especially when hu is only a sophomore. Then when a Junior he comes up with an- other record at the Southwestern Ex- position. Not bad for a boy eh? Well at any rate Mr. Hickman is my choice. Luck to you Reaves and I hope that you set another record better than the old one. Jack Snodgrnss a younger brother of our "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 April 1934

tr n't V A r fci I n J ift t III 1 V THE DANIEL EAKER COLLEGIAN Muster Speaks In Chape! Wed Rv. Btevans pastor of a Snn An- ftlo church and who is holding n mtttlar at Firat Chrlstlnn Chinch mm u a guest at chnpcl service Wednesday morning and at that time gave an Interesting discussion nf Copies off interest to students. Me used as hla topic "The Bye Special- ist" and enumerated and discussed nil "X'a" Interesting to students. The main divisions of his talk were "I belong I ought I can I will I have." Under the first head he said the three important "I belongs" in a Student's life were the chinch the school and the family. He gave tea sons -for this and with apt illustra- tions on each point held the interest of the whole student body during the whole period. He was accompanied to the chapel by Dr. O. C. Schurmann pastor ol the local Christian Church. EN IO CLASS- (Continued from page 1) 0. Alice Brown may have been good in science but she Is better in English. She is now English t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 May 1934

innnKn!9iiHM OMwmyT(nilF.-iWMSjjijTi jt 'i'" JT ' T - niIIS5!J5fcAw rWw Kwsacw SOPHOMORE EDITION V'v-' . .- r -tv v .- m a .. ' LET EVERY STUDENT WORK FOR A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS 1 THE COLLEGIAN Volume XXVIII. 1P Mrr. L DO YOUR PART FOR CLEAN CAMPUS AND BUILDINGS 1 'BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 11 1934 Voice of the STUDENTS No. 16 By Ye Editor Now that it Is close to the end' of Kbool we notice that some of the campus loafers are reviving some of the lost energy and beginning to study . hit This is all rlRht we suppose hut it docs seem that if there had been more studying during the year there would be no need for this. All year we have heard lectures about smoking In tho buildings but it seems that there has been no re- sults so far. Not only does it make it hard on the poor down-trodden boys who have to sweep the buildings but It also gives the school a bit of a bad rep If visitors should look over the place. A little consideration in this tituation would greatly Improve matters. HICKMAN'S VAUL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 May 1934

HI i V '?' ') A I 0 i I TWO THE OANIIL SAHIB COLLtQIAN LannnnnnnT m 7tnnnnnnnns THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Poet Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter ERNESTINE DURHAM Editor JOHN ROBERT MONTGOMERY Business Manager standing performances of these stars together with the romance the come dy and the drama of the film stamp Robert Parka Associate Editor Qeorgt Lamb Assistant Business Manager Virginia Skinner Exchange Editor Raymond Green Sports Editor Harold Durham Freshman Sports Lot Ray Chandler Columnist Prof. R. E. MacKay Faculty Advisor SOPHOMORE COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR HARVEY HICKMAN ASSISTANT EDITOR BENNET NANCE BUSINESS MANAGER HARVEY HICKMAN ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER BENNET NANCE SPORT WRITER BENNET NANCE SOCIETY EDITOR HARVEY HICKMAN JOKE EDITOR . .. BENNET NANCE EXCHANGE EDITOR HARVEY HICKMAN TYPIST ERNESTINE DURHAM TlffiWEEkATTHELYRK IBBBBBBBBBBk S W iHlllllllW t '? k i--3-r BBr 'iV'-aBBBB .rMMBTaL' P i. -.'iifZ .aSSSSSSSSSjW : "!"' bY fc n y 3aW -J tdHlK...

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