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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 March 1924

i."vsvv m t kLd st THE COLLEGIAN ' . v . ts 4? mws ' -".A- it i K'tf rfl r m UX V i Vol. XIX. BEAT SIMMONS HILL BILLIES GILLIM PRENTICE TO REPRESENT D. WB AT AUSTIN Dutl Debate to Be April 25; fend Aihrmati On Friday night March 21 at the Coggin Memorial. Hall n flnal debate was held to determine which of two teamH Hhould go to Austin to debate against St. Edward's College on April 26. The question was "Resolved that tlto United States Should enter the League of Nations." Taking the af- firmative side wore McKnlght McMur- roy and Jesse Wheeler; upholding the negative side were Ed. B. Oilliam Jr. and Noble W. Prentice. The Judges: Judge nice Judge Peyton and J. Fred McQaughery rendered a decision In favor of the negative and also voted Mr. Gilliam the bent speaker. There- fore Mr.Gllliam and Mr. Prentice will represent Daniel Baker at St. Ed- wards on April 26. Professor C. W. McClelland of Daniel Baker College acted as chairman. Y. W. C. A. HAS REGULAR T AFTERNOON MEETING MISS MABI....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 March 1924

v 1 1 I . SP t.1 M. swaaB .T" THE COLLEGIAN vwpapr PuWlaheJ "eml-monthly by the itudent body of Daniel linker College In. Brownwood .Texas a coeducational institution. 4ntered as second-ctnss matter February IB 1921 at the I'ostofflce at Urown- . wood Texas under the Act of March 3 1897. Acceptance for mailing at .-UPtclal rate .of postage provided for l Section li03 Act of October 3 1917 authoriied March 2 1921. AASy Kdltor Associate Editor Business Manager Assistant Uualnt-un Manager. Faculty Advisory Committee. Society iforta - fiction .Jokes 1 ttfehange Kdltor Reporter "Hejfort'er " Reporter ' Reporter 7" ni.n l- i i Lit w - mmmA BACK TO Till" MI'RIM'T The' ..great controversy that has "arisen between the editorial writers f the Collegian ami Howard Payne's tedium the Yellow Jacket lias reach- ed the point that It Is no longer a controversy over the original subject but a wandering or the mind of some '" t0 Include other arguments in twt discussion not so personal to themselves....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 March 1924

- iJ ' ni W i 4' w J(k"'i r t f J M (TJi 0 SfV ' .ft ' 1i r A DANlEtBAKER BASEBMSGHEDULB Marorar Airirr..:..;. ': .r . a -" r -a. i- Attn 7" and. 8 AMU f and 10 .. AftrM I6.nnd-17 April 24 and 25 ...I. April 28 and no Mtx.ri.And 0 May 19 and so May 21 and 22 May 23 and 24 BRWNWH0D ISMADE DISTRICT CENTER IN OflATDRICUL CONTEST NATIONWIDE MOVEMENT FOR AMERICANIZATION THHOIfflll PATRIOTIC .OHATIONS. Brownwood has been made district canter- for the .nation-wide oratorical content on Americanization. Tito American Legion of this city I spon- soring this work with the assistance of tho public schools. This district meet will be held about April 14 hero and the winner of thin district then competes with others at Dallas for the state honor. Later a bl-stnte con- test will be held In Kansas City and tho final national content will bo held about the first of June at Washington. D. C at which time the best orator In the secondary schools of the entire United States will be named. -This orator...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 March 1924

I t. v:nw 'i'fflWK 'M i fttt f I K rfy " K iv (tv f 11 H.L - 'itf V mi .'Wi tV'K r ! ' SAVE IT WITH ICE BROWNWOOD ICE FUEL CO. Quality and Service Phone 65 a. BROWNWOOD LUMBER COMPANY PHONB 87 Wm. P. Carey Co.. Owner Established 1811 Building Material Carey'a Blue Ribbon Palnta and Roofing The Place to Buy When You Want to Build 0 iVPEJILS FOR MD SUFFER N6 STUDENTS IN EONPEHN CENTERS COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL flTUDJBNTO ASKED TO CONTRI BUTE TO FtTKD.. J. J. HAYES COMPANY Practical Tailors and French Dry Cleaners 1506 Austin Boulevard AUSTIN MILL & GRAIN CO. '' MODERN MILLERS CAKE FLOUR V Brownwood Texas j iA" PIGGLY WIGGLY m College people will find here the best material for picnics parties and spread. A visit is all we ask. T: TELEPHONE SERVICE - OUR LONG DISTANCE LINES 00 EVERYWHERE M is more economical than a trip more satisfactory than i.i. u.e the telephone to keep In touch' with S boTe? ilr'ls to cdleg. WEST TEXAS TELEPHONE CO.. JMM. WHALEY GROCER "He Sells the Best" Phones...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 April 1924

wr .vf'f '.(J6- K$7 $:i?$iT r I I rf I a. XT ft Sittw ULLLVilA '.f DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE n .1'1H.'1 Voi- XIX- FOURlfAtllt BROWN WCX)D TEXAS APRl7T7T 1924 : NoTl DANIEL BAKER TIED FOR T. I. A. A. FOORfAnnT" ROWNW0OD TEXAS APRll 17 1924 T U E !. !." fe'- n r t V--A- -'b '.BMIaMWIIItssll -' XKmwmm iw' ' JiiiaaiMUY; h f a . 'j -; HIMMINS SERIES : FROM SIMMONS GOLLEEGE i 4 . Home Runs Scored Freely In First Game; Second Game Wm Real Pitcher's Duel; Scores 12 to 10 u. and 5 to 4. The flnst T. I. A. A. baseball gamo of the now Benson whh a free.hlttlng affair In which twenty-two runu were scored Daniel Maker defeating Sim- mons College 12 to 10. The Hill Billies held Simmons to tour runs until the first of the seventh Inning when the visitors begun rap- ping the bull over the fence. Burns Lane Hll Hilly catcher whh the but- ting -sensation of the day getting a pair of home runn and two singles In four trips to the pinto. Other circuit clouts were Wi.'fiack? nn(1 LeMay of Daniel Having proba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 April 1924

S' vJl 4 l r '. i i r m V9 Wkk'.t THE COLLEGIAN i Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association vA'neWRpnprr published ncml-nioiitlily liy the student body or Daniel Baker i ' CoIIpri' in llniwnvvnod Texas a co-educatlonal Institution. Kptered as seuiiil-elusn nuttier Fobtunry 1.1 IMl lit Hip pint nltleu nt tliownwood Tpxiik under the Act or .March :! IM'T. Acceptance rr maUHix at special rnto of postage ptovided for In Section llo:i Act or October:! l!l" authorized March .' j1'-'- STAFF Editor Ileuiy Home Associate Editor Noble V . I'lcn'lce Mtiataess MnnnRcr 1M. I J. Milium. .Jr. AalBlnnt ntflncHi MiinnKPr - - Martin Cluy jfCaotllty Ailvltmy Committee Miss Melon io.t Mr. l W. Met'lPllnnd . KcihktiRc KtlUor Ubrl Hi"""1 'MtftMl '- - Million Olnjiilcli .filfLft Poet Uuliy i:prtii tfocljjty News Adelaide McKee fcrfMMMMrWM ! i COMi:(JL I.UYAI.TV AMI IHITIUSM. v'olleae loyalty finds cvpietslon in nunterou ways. Perhaps tho one that I 'least nppi eclated mid yet moit worthy of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 April 1924

t5t V ..!' mtt ii xvr W$2 . i- VI P! . i M- '. - If HUIXW6e NBOTHKM - M THUS FROM I)A1KL BAKER IlflltLY SECOND UNDID OHO THE WEST TEXAS G. OF C. MEET "- v" ABNEY A BOHANNON Mhn Oils unit Accessories niKVKOLKT UHd IIKO CARS Your Business Appreciated Corner Main nnd W. Leo Phono SO Austin Ave Caalictry B. c.cah;Vw Everything In Groceries t1 Ml IE CTOR OF . HILL BILLY ATHLETES UIM'IM.AN lk LINKS A NO Nihil YKARW f'ONTKAIT AFTKK TKNUUH BY TKI'HTKMN. EMU DEFEATS H HIGH CLUB ' i s H. ' W 4 IL 0. HlgKlnbotlinm former Affile 'football anil bnsehnll star .has been ..employed ns director of Athletics at 'Daniel Bnker College for the 1924-2.. session It wns announced Saturday by 'the .athletic committee .of the college Board of Trustees. He will begin bin duties June first succeeding Max I). Glinilnn whose third ycar'H work will end at. that time. Mr. Ollflllan wan tendered the posi- tion of athletic director at Daniel lin ker for next year at a meeting of the'. Board 'of Trustees In December ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 April 1924

fc'l' - (dfitt Ari'j ": t-t-. F -?. f MlSSIlllEflELECtEO v'ffltSIKiTOfW If CfiMSTMN ASSOC ATIOH afe s tltSftTABK TO TAW! MACB OF 'MM BTIIA.VT RKMfiNKD WHO NT ! BE J1KKK KEXT TEAK. pm.11' Va.i U tarn All 'ft Chr! Atlanta An soclatloa combined a lousiness meet ing KM program n j uhi " now. April 10. Tho meeting wan -ZZZLa i tiVi. t v.". VI . C. A. hymn. SRffiwr the Oleamt." The retlrlOK president MIsm Stur read part of J. ...mi ... ntf 'tinman for Inn lite IWIB vuayni .-.-.. --- --- 'ftcrlpture reading at le r which one of ine memoers iea in pa "or. The business of tbri hour consisted x ......... i imimrioni lltotna. The tiros- Ident In offering her resignation gate excellent reasons ior '"" from office. In view 6f the fact that w. j. a avnnpf I n ha horo this coming year and sine in the term of OfflCe 01 tne present vaeuuimu mnin until-next April she felt It was tor the good of the soclet y that a preid- deat be chosen who would bo able to co-operate with the Cabinet not nl until Jun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1924

nr.y'TV m- v hr j &" I'l 't 111 :' V (. COLLEGIAN 'm fy I i j(r.-w - DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE s$ Vol. XIX. FOUR PAGES BROWN WOOD TEXAS MAY 6 1924 NQ:U ' THE 2t HUJ.BILLIESWINFQURTH : STflWBHTFRDMA.C.C. CATS Result of Contests to Place Hill Billies Just a Little Bit Nearer Top; Scores Art 5 to 2 and 3 to 0. The Daniel Baker Hill milled have A. C. C- taken four straight baseball games fromL'urtk e the Abilene CMrWIan College Wild Cats pj""""'1 tills year two games were won " the wild cats on we recent trip iniiac by Daniel Baker to Abilene. The last two victories came on Wednesday and Thursday April 83 and 24 when Green nd LeMay pitched big league ball with good upport. The first day the Mill Billies fell upon the Abilene Christian College Wild Cuts nd chalked up a 8 to 2 victory In n well played game In the Hill Billy park here. The game was a fast one requiring only an hour and a half from the starting ball. Green pitched a steady gntnc for the Daniel Baker club and contributed n ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1924

.SJ .tlK THE CQLLEG1AN 2stj JA .T'M .! Vk tfif.1 j ..- h PA kVr M. r -' m 'f? Tfffi COLLEGIAN Mtkber of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association A newspaper published setni-inoiithly by the nttiilent body or D.mlel II.iKcr Col I pro in HrovMiwood Tcxns n co-cdticulluiiul itiHtlttillnii. Entered an second-elusH matter Pchiunry !' I'.il ut 1 lie post oIIIlc sil Brownwood Tcmii imilor the Aet of March :: I Ml". Acceptance for nmillim t special rate of postage ptoxldcd for In Section tiu:: Act of Octobci.5 1!1" authorized March .' 1!i21. AWirrm''''" w IWMMMWMMWWl W m I STAFF Editor Associate Editor Business' Manager Assistant DtiHlni'HH Mnnugor -. Faculty Advlsoiy Committee. Bnrhasge Editor Fltto . Staff Roet Society NcWH - - Adelaide MeKcc .MIkh Helen I'oxt. M Ileiuy lloinu Noble W. Pi entice Kd. tl. Cllliam; .If. Mai M11 Clniy C. W. Miflell.iiMl Mahel Slime .. Mai inn (IIiikiIcIi .. Hnhy UaBleHlon f Preparedness. What is a Man to Do? 'Hip close of (lie year brings iiliiml the tmrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1924

.4? ? ? i' . ; 4 $& ft ;V i - 4" : ' y. i wi "w. . v;-'. ...A. TftE COLLEGIAN TO !&' i HERE BY EKHTEBBH OF THIS MONTH THIS YEARS ANNUAL TO R THE ;'; BEST ROOK PUnLfSIIED BY ' SENIOR CLAS9IN YEARS. r Work on The Trail the Daniel Baker College Annual Is progressing nicely. The book went Into the hands of the printer about the 'middle of April rind they have signed a contract to have the book In Brownwood by the eighteenth of May. 'Mils Malvlna Skinner editor and Mar- tin Clay business manager have been putting In some hard work on The Trail this year(and according to reports the book Is'bejlnnlrig to look as If It will ex- ceed 111 beauty slue and numbers any annual published for Daniel Baker In the pat The Trail will be on sale by the Ifith of this month and each student Is expect- ed to buy one. They will sell for five dollars (8) each. The staff has had two hundred copies of this book printed and It' will betfieceWy for them to sell every copy In order to pay for It. The Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1924

VJK K tit n - Li ?.&.' mm i. V w DAML BAKER LOSES DOATB TO S AWT t EDWARDS COLLEGE The Daniel Baker debaters lost the rtt Intercollegiate dual debate of the rear to St. Edwards' College the nub Jeet for dlscasslon being "The League of Nations question." Ed Gilliam Jr. and Noble W. Prcn- tic represented Daniel linker nt Austin where they had the negative aide of the question. McKnlght McMurry and Jesse Wheel er defended the affirmative side of the mrstlon here at home. The 8t. Edwards representatives nt Brownwood wre J. B. Musvorro and J. Barney Daniel. Although the Daniel Tinker boys lost at both places we feel that wc gained n blf victory. We have once more started out on the road of Intercollegiate debat ing and declaiming and that is n decided victory. We have made a good start and the work should be kept going. The 'St. Edwards boys debated their aide of the question like gentlemen uuu we ere glad to have had them here. MBS LOB GARRETT IN GRADUATING RECITAL A highly successf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1924

r t w! "f "C' "ffr1 '" vWfc'5"-'''n"" w -. f" " r IfV ! 'I 'f: fc . "i THE VT '" C O L L E G t A N hr Vol. XIX. BROAD TO - men school PROGRMA WAS WEL1 RENDERED EXERCISES WERE HELD AT THE MEMORIAL HALL-WITNESSED BY THREE THOUSAND. Declaring the session of Brownwood high school which came to a close nt Eoldlera and Sailors Memorial Hall last night the session of 1923-1921 as record breaking In every way and from every point of view Superintend- ent Pago thanked the great audience the peoplo of Brownwood the school board and all others who had in any way contributed to the success of the schools and this followed by tho ben- ediction by A. D. Porter wrote anoth- er large chapter In tho history of pro- gressive education in Brownwood. It waB a largo and represcntattvo audlonco that witnessed tho closing exercises and for the first timo In many years porhaps tho first timo In the history of education In Brown- wood thero was ample room for ev- erybody and still several hundred scats to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1924

MKsEui w . I i S v. ' ! r r t 5 : .: ;-. i -w ? ' ifttmm Mr itiS m . &m 4iS r-S: THE COLLEGIAN Member of the Texas toter-Collegiate Preie Association 'A' newspaper ptibllshctl semi-monthly by the student body of Daniel Baker i Collcac In Urownwood Texas a co-educational Institution. Entered an second-class matter l-'cluunry 1.1 lic'l. nt the post ollleo :it frown wood TcxaM under the Act or March :: IM7. Acceptance for mnllliiK ;t special rate or postage provided for In Section llo:l Act of OctobciO 10IT authorized March -' 1!l!l . STAFF Mltpr'.J Ileniy Home t AMoclate Kdltor Noblo W. Pi entice .Business Mannutr Va. II. Gllllnm .!r. "Assistant Business Mannger Mm tin Clary FjBlty Advisory Committee Miss Helen Post Mr. C. W. McClelland JfcclllDne. Editor Mabel Slono ! Fiction Mat Ion GltiKileh Wiiryoer llnliy Esplcsion Society Naws Adelaide McKce l-- AUA. --' : . KNTKIITAINS IKMKI IIAKIMI NKNIOHH. ;j "t't Editorials .'This 'is the faicwcll Ishup of the Collegian. Since we have th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1924

rv.i lw"?l i.tH- i v. AV". 4 '' '. J'. V -ft - -f.x r a ' '$ u 'f' '-'At f I "' ' ' I.?.' 7 y . t:t ;i'.. c m :w. .. x' t- . au.'i '.-' . i. J "A t .- "W ASCENSION '' i-i (i - i . 1M . nr Ms johx rowHR . B lifted up ye heavenly portals; .... Ve. everlaitlm doors swing wide; Four. forth c Ye hosts of pure .immortals .. ' And range you at ycur Monarch's side; United shout In exultation' In one triumphant chorus sing; .Acclaim the Captain of Salvation ' Extol the ell-victorious King. Ye earth-horn with accordant .voices An anthem of thanksgiving raise; Let earth be glad as Heaven rejoices Let land and sea re-echo praise; For pitying our tost condition . Me took our form our sins' he bore; To. give repentance and remission .He reigns henceforth forevermore. ' . Mid scathe and scorn and sore upbraiding -While lrlends forsook and fled He trod Alone and weary no man aiding The wlne-prcss of the wrath of God: Constrained by love's supreme attraction. To Him shall come all mankind; In that t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1924

'tl A Night of Terror m BY MANK1V HAKCI H Thin Is the story which I heard last lunmr from my friend Detective Hlnei. "8lt year ago he said on tho east tide of the city of Fort Worth on a habby by-street there lived a dry goods clerk who bore the name of Kdawrd Hart. Edward Hart was about thirty yearn of age average In height with slightly stooped shoulders and long alender hands. Ho had dark eyes a large nose and a small mouth. For about five yeara our hero had been married to a large stolid woman of forty who seemed somehow never to be at home. They had no children but with them lived Hart's father-in-law a robust and active man for all his years. Hart'a life was that of the nverago clerk except In one respect. He' was too much addicted too gambling. Not that he played wfth extravagance. No. Indeed But a man with Hart's salary should not have played at all. It would of course have been all right if Hart had been an expert player of unusually lucky" said Hlnos; "but ho was Mltber. 8...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1924

".' -' - ".v rs- : j'V-- " "t";-v -.-.-- ---.-. tt ; :- ' V' r ' ' ' 0 - X nMsMa" tfr BHHHHBiViHHHBVHHHHV 'BHMWBP IHNB B T '35 X '-J'V"' DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE t" VOL XX BROWNWOOD TEXAS SEPTEMBER 30 1924 NO. 1 THE ft ' t ' r ' IT If it v ? U i H li I 'wj.' r'v ri'i.i ri - ;: t HILL BILLIES CLIMB FIRST HILL OF THIS DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BEGINS THIRTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION ' ' fll i Outlook Bright for Bott Yow in History of tht ImtiturJon. Daniel Baker College entered upon It thirty-fifth annual educational Journey September IT carrying with It what Is expected to be the largest enrollment and most successful year In IU history. The student body has grown noticeably In slse'and In excellence yearly for the past four yean and Indications arc that this year will Increase the attendance pro- port tonally. Dr. 8. P.. Chandler president of the Institution is very optimistic over the outlook which he says Is brighter nnd far more promising than at any time since he has been associated with the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1924

""Vgn .v f: x r v THE COLLEGIAN rf '(H'w- "'. tp if 'iVf V '! ' dm t t' i Jo..v if -y 1 I". A Mi; .& . '.ike:'. ?. luV. -nj I mj Ai7 i "sB ffl &V WSJt. w B jy i tr . i V ' W-ij A THE COLLEGIAN Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association " A newspaper ptiblialietl semi-monthly by tin- student body of Daniel Maker College in Hrownvvood. Texan n co-education ItiNtltutlon. Entered ui second-class matter February Ifi 1021 tit tlu post office at I down wood Texan under tin Act of March 3 1897. Acceptance for mailing at spednl rate of poHtngc provided for in Section 110.1 Act of October :i 1917 authorized March 2 1921. I'lcuHg .MWmny; Commit Irr Miss Tlflcn I'ost - Mr. ('. W. MeVlcllaiid uihtoiilii. sr.irr Editor-tn-l'Mrf N. l'rrntk'c Aitortnlr Editor Mabel Stone Sport Hubert 1'nttcrsnn llfrhmtfiti Mary Fniiiels Martin DnrmHoi-H .Vitc t It lit li Skinner l'rtt I'lirmiiomlnil l'mil Murium Staff IU port tr J. llrrvey Mayes Jr. Mary 11 afford "Pluto" I.eMay MisisEss sr.irr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1924

F ". m '. wmf WRWIWM 'iif ' rtAatf IiMrfw-rt 'v' ' ""WW It El A T5..w : zm t-yn.i ?'4 XV t&'l in foWCOUjaiAN '. ' &si -H rf 4 X -J i ' . ! i m ?? .Jyt'fc' f: - ftf t f4' wSrV;" & "At. .; & if JL 1 ir . . fV&Jr -7rm. 7V . nRi isa&f' MB JMlEt:ttEa ""-X-Vi'i I' ;ftm wy four :: :miMflT 'j j NEWLY PARTffENTS MENTS ilfttt'WI . FIRST TIME A concert of-unusual Interest wet ren--dered Friday evening September IS In the Coggln Memorial Hnll when the new member of the Daniel faker Pine Art faculty appeared before a "large and ap- preciative audience. Kaeh performance was enthusiastically 'received and repeat- edly recalled to the stage. The opening number was A group of the well-known Chopin prelude played by Mr. Marry C. Harper Dean of the School of Music1 and head of the piano and pipe organ department. In these Mr. Harper showed musical feeling and intelligence and a sense of the' artistic fitness of' Interpretation. ' Me proved himself' a master" of the art of tone ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1924

J .Wl 'tiAllPp 4J Ifl t" ?. t .4. 4 THECOUXGIAN $$''-vfr(Wi v x)' V ' i'JAi.' 14-. Vf" Er r . -" i &&? - BK ' feTOrM' IMS. 5''' f f iBKivH aBYsmmmsmmmmY afiml ' i4 Star Fashions Cheering For Your Side. In the game ! Fashlens we MM the. Wraps- and Cent still ding te the pienter Sllhenette hit that 4m not. rni they tire not new nni entirely smart.... There' n defer sleeve. treatmjtnW legs' mutton sleeves fer Inst- ance there the alhthtly loose nnner section there In the bordered edge all theiie tendencies and mere distinguish- thane. fU coat and. wraps the smartest In many seasons Too we're terete mnel time to anticipate the de sire and. needs ef the CeN lege Girl and feel grntMei that onr efforts will trail ns ntneh when yen eenve and see Jast what we're accomplished. In fellow Ing the dictation of. fash- ion thronghent ont and In- teresting prices ... 'U:r lanw mm reu pnwwwiai Hemphill-Rnvo. COGWWS EMTEFTTHN IN HONOH 8F . .jam In accordance with the annual custom the Coggln ...

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