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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 May 1936

LYRIC FRIDAY and SATURDAY Mttetmes Mfeiranp" M BBBBBBBBBLttMnB?L'Va1CiKZ IM M VkV IiaI imi Uhmtff Last Imm the Cynic wu poked fun at. nomt uaktad person who did nol know the ethics of the same made crack at him. Juet for tha. the Cjnlc will let you In on a iscret. All the people that wrote the Scandal col umn last week had their names In the paper. Some people will do anything tr. get their name In the paper. The Cynic watched them try to think up cute tMnga to fo In. And when they did weit they tickled? Bah! SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY I WHOLE H I WOULD JH LOVES EH IbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbILjbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt fflBg Question: Did you ever sea anybody fume at the mouth? Freshman Ooodglon has stepped out lately. He has a crush on a gal that goes to high school. The other day she rent him word that he was want- ed to go on a roast. The person who was supposed to have told him forgot and didn't tell blm. It will b-t Inter- eating to note Just how the affair comes...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 May 1936

r ' i oi vi t- & i : I Mother's Day SUNDAY MAY 10th Remember Mother! She will be happy to re- ceive anything from you just to you remem- ber her. SEE NEW GIFTS Flowers suitable for summer dresses and suits etc. Gloves and Bags white or pastel shades. Hose handkerchiefs hats dresses underwear You will find just what Mother would love to have at BETTIS &GIBBSInc College Girls Clothes FREEBOOTING (Continued from page 1) tain food for themselves and their starving families. The situation is horrible. Bands of armed men are roving the countryside terrorizing plundering kidnapping and killing. This Collegiate World The Woman Pays The wife of an Arab went to her father with the complaint that her husband had boxed her ears. The wise old sheik reflected for a few mo- ments then did to her as her husband had done. "Now thou art avenged" he said. "Thy husband has boxed the ears of my daughter and I have boxed the ears of his wife." Chaser. "It's aay to tell who owns the car. Just pull...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 May 1936

THE COLLEGIAN I wrm CI LI MATIN ' I OUR CINTINNIAL I N THISYIARTKXANt I I THI COLLIQI PAPIPl I It AN IXCILLINT I ADVIRTIIINO MIOIUM I - - - - i II i If YOU ARC INTKRIlTK IN THK GROWTH OP OANICL IAKIR YOU ARI A PART OP ITS CROWTH. r YOU CAN LEAD A ROY TO COL- LICE RUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM TMNK.-HUrt Hulkirtf. U.n-.... . . -.!. in mm.1 n t !m fel 1 1 i t VOL XXX. BROWNWOOD TtXAS FRIDAY MAY I 1131 Price s Centi. No. 21 STUDENTS NAME CHARLESES HICKMAN AND HEMPHILL rHfl9l88IBBl8IMIIIOTnr TRICKS By SARA COLLINS mmfenftwassss VMh. even in a little college town kid reporter can run on to some- thin once In a while. No I never did turn It in. Just soft hearted and ro- mantic about the man with the tired face and foreign car. Not a word from you about girls not making good on newspapers. Course this wo eight years ago in the spring. I waa chasing ads. Went along In the poor business district one afternoon to see an old Jeweler who was a good adver- tiser. Flowers at the door. I didn't know who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 May 1936

r X -- 0rA? r w$L 1935 Member 1936 Flooded Golleeiale Press Distributor of College Digest . m.v - -.. a now- ni aw t.isuswBi en Auxiliary illustrates the limit things of that sort fo to. ever tnls one seems 10 oe a wnuwi vvv".--1i in The international salvage treaty .adopted by twjjty nationj to 1910 says that every master of a ship is bound so far as h saoo so without serious Sanger to his vessel nd Jr wew nd pMStn- (. MMn. oaotatanpo to everybody even though an enemy. found at sea in danger of being lost. Hash House Humor: Nine little hamburgers Sitting on a plate; In came Wimpy Then they were ate. L. A. Jr. Collegian. THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class Blatter WM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor SARA COLLINS Feature Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD Busing selection upon the modern uge of science rather than art and beauty the seven modem wonders of the world...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 May 1936

LYRIC SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY The Hand That's Never Rocked A Baby Cradle Might Be An Old Hand COLUMBUS Ohio (ACP) The bud that never rocked a cradle may nevertheless be an old band at a crib. Not to be out done in the mad race of American undergraduates to organ- Ire Ohio State students have formed the University Society for the Promul- gation of Cribbing (unrecognized so far by the Dean's Committee on Stu- dent Affairs) and their researchers have brought to light many esoteric and devious ways of confounding the unwary proctor. The commoner methods such as cuff-writing are frowned upon by the USPC which is interested rather in investigation like that done by a NYU researcher who discovered that crib notes could be written with grapefruit juice on glasses or watch-dials Another favored method is known u "the scroll." The despairing stu- dent makes his notes on a long strip of paper which be attaches to two match sticks and rolls up into a scroll. Use of this device as in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 May 1936

. m t i & i'i isi Ml 1 m 'i IK I ' r- - Alltn "A" Hosiery unburn Color Stand Out on tho Fashion Palette In HOSIERY P"fQCAM Flatter Your tan with the lighter shades . . . accentu- ate It with the deeply burn ed colors. They're both smart and so grand with white shoes. snappy a .faw W m PAPRIKA TITIAN AMBERTAN SUNTAN BEniS & GIBBS Ik. Across from Citizens National Bank TRACKS (Continued from page 1) away. He hesitated and threw the one in his billfold away. He smiled sort of crookedly and picked up the trunk as if it had been a week-end case and put it in the back of the car. I drove out to the country and we buried the body talking In short sen- tences and bursts of conversation all the while. I wasn't going to say anything to anybody he knew. We pat down on the ground and each sat thinking his own special thoughts. Words semed superfluous. It was petting late. Dusk walked up and pulled a sheet of melancholia over the country. A cool wind seem- ed to blow the early moon up ov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 September 1936

THE COLLEGIAN i Welcome WE'RE CELEtRATINO OUR CENTENNIAL THI8 YEAR TEXAN I Weatherford Covotes It YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH Of DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert Hubbard. L 11 ; mi ROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 -936 Price 5 Cents. No. 1 Volume XXXI. DBC OPENS WITH :es Organize With Election Of Officers For Uppers McCulley Newton Settle Will Guide D B Destinies THE PARSON SPEAKS . ... u..iirnii." Firm handclasps and happy banter weie the rule and St the Option lust week as old students welcomed and greeted each other and took the newcomers Into their tanks Teachers were like the rest All weie back for another year uf'wo.k and fellowship. Already new friendships ate springing up and old acquaintances are being renewed. But the novelty hasn't worn off for the new students yet. You have noticed tome of the blunders of the Frosh. However time will cure all and the business of gaining an education wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 September 1936

"V if la. I keA "i36 Member 19J7 Ajf 1036 Member oj? Associated Golleeidte Press Distributors of CbUefiiale Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Browmvood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN T. WILLIAMSON Jr Editor-in-Chief PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager HELEN POST WRIGHT Adviser Reporters: Herschel Dunn Cullen Perry George Knoll iLtf&"""J Hollywood Flathet -NEWS OF THE STARS PICTURES AND WHAT HAVE VOU FROM HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE. By: IQNATZ ML Self-expression of all students through its columns is to be one of the primary policies of The Collegian this year. The Collegian is the Daniel Baker paper for the expression of the thoughts of every student in the school. It is the literary organ of every stu- dent every class and every campus organization. Daniel Baker College is primarily for the members of the stu- dent body; however the life of the college reacts and reflects on the life of the city of Browmvood and the entire region served by the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 September 1936

VKLLft Fight' Baker Fight! Fight Baker Fight! Fight Baker Fight Baker Fight! Fight! Fight! Ynh Bo Baker Let' Qo! Daniel Baker Fight! Daniel Baker Fight! Daniel Baker Hill Billies Fight! Fight! Fight! Hit hard- Hold tight Yeah Billies Fight! Fight! Go team go Go team go Hit 'cm Billies Fight 'em Billies Go team go! Knock 'em- Block 'cm- Stop 'em- Hold 'em- Baker! Yeah Blue! Yeah. White! Yeah Yeah! Blue and White! Yeah-Rah Rah Rah! Yeah-Rnh Rah Rah! Daniel Baker Daniel Baker Rah Rah Rah Rah Daniel Baker Daniel Baker Rah Rati Rah Rah Daniel Baker Daniel Baker S-s-s-s-s-s BOOM! BAKER! Shirts Laundered TWO OR MORE 9cEach Shaw's Laundry J. A. COLLINS Typewriter Exchange L. C. Smith and Corona TYPEWRITERS All Makes Repaired. SERVICES GUARANTEED Phone 10'J3R1 211 E. Baker St. Biownwood Texas Welcome Students AZTEC TAILORS MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP Courteous Service Reavis & Reynolds Props. 1004 Austin Avenue QUINCY The Shine King! Shoes Dyed All Colors DYER AND SHINER FOR HILL BILLIES AT Maj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 September 1936

I Jiili- .. : 4 ; ' BAKER HILL BILLIES ENCOUNTER WEATHERFORD COYOTES TONIGHT The cut tain will list on the Danlol Baker football homo season Ftidny night when the Mill Billies take on the light but tugged Wentherford Junior College Coyotes. The game will be called at S:00 on the High School field. Coach Gene Taylor announced u change in the usual statting line-up. An entile new forward wall and one new back will be ready for the tirst whistle. Two fieshmen ends "Chub- by" Wahlfotd of Bteckontldge. and Joe LJyrnes of Sand Sprlnks Okla. will replace Jake McCulley and Hu- bert Davenport last Friday night's .starting wlngmcn. Cullen Perry of Bangs and Gaston Alford Rising Star will occupy the tackle berths. Frank Coker and "Bed" Whltnkor started ngaiiwt the Cowboys. At guar'd will be Kara Newton and Glenn UVood. wagnon inteau ot urn lrnmmeu ami; 0cf. 23 Southwest State Teachers Tommie Webb. Ned Johnson fresh- t Brownwood. iirnn from Corsicana will start at I Oct. 30 Trinity University a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 October 1936

THE COLLEGIAN IP YOU ARK INTERUTKD IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP IT$ SROWTH. 1 YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE W YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbtrt Hubbird. AAMWM . rin-w-uxwjC a S1 Volume XXXI. ROWNWOQD TtXAt) FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 136 Price 5 Cents No. 2 FRESHMEN HONORED IN FACULTY-STUDENT RECEPTION mnniiiHin MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS nr g e nvmrmrvv With our most sincere apologies to Dr John Power we change the name of our column. It was a thoughtless mistake on our part. if seems that we were a little late with our .suggestion that a football sponsor shouM be selected. The "B" Association was just a little bit ahead of us. However the choice of the boys Is the thing that matters so we will let' it rest. Freshmen received their "social" initiation Into the ranks of the stu- dent body Tuesday night. This should be the lirst in a long line of memor- able events in the school life of the newcomers. We arc glad to see that the band is coming out In such fine shape. Burl rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 October 1936

4U. A h& i't? ' '.'! I t ." f. !36 Member oj? Associated Cb(teeiatePrt$$ Distributors of Cblle6ide Digest b ' " "' If if aua THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. u second cImi matter THE STAFF JOHN T. WILLIAMSON Jr Editor-in-Chief PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager CULLEN PERRY Sports Editor MALLIE KILGORE Club Editor HURSCHEL DUNN Columnist GEORGE KNOLL Poetry Editor HELEN POST WRIGHT Adviser Every school in the lund owes payers in the city county or district in which it is located. Dan iel Baker is no exception. Merchants of Brownwood are leaders in the advancement of their schools and in the extension of the two senior schools. The loyalty of the citizens of the city could be repaid in a small part if students would only remember that the merchants who support The letic teams are only taking this means of showing that they are behind the school. Without exceptions the business men of Brownwood have been contributing time and money to the upbuilding...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 October 1936

T HORN HOWLS . -..H nr Mowed UD. TOOl JmS better half of bii old bass 2? in short somewhere lingering !nd Is the bass mouthpiece and S2. nndlng It or a substitute will be liberally rewarded. two new members have been add J to the band namely: Dell Mitchell flmbone and Donald Chlsholm cor- fgtoof these day. Daniel Ba C Is gln& t0 wake up to a ful ' Kdecd band. Some of the new unl na have arrived and others are on S way. The band expects to be Z ted out by the time of the next SSe here which Is October 9. Let's hope the uniforms are not Initiated on aWet plank. At last the transportation problem -f the band Is partly solved. Why? Because Damron Strlck. Barr and STttle have merged and purchased Emmy's silver streak. We say the problem Is partly solved because the bova will start but who Is going to carry them after they start? It's too bad that the sax section Is delinquent this year. Haven't you heard? Sure John T. Williamson has been demoted (this Is not a misprint). He quit the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 October 1936

kjM Frosh Gridsters Make Showings Many spectators have been surpris- ed at the number of men seeing action In each Daniel Baker football fame. The question has been heard from many sides why so many players are used. The answer Is not in that they can't go the entire route. The Bil- lies are in good physical condition. The whole mystery is solved when the spectator looks over the list of fresh- men who are each game seeing action. Old-timers are being pushed to hold their positions. Many bright fresh- men will letter this year and return for three years more of brilliant ac- tion for the Blue and White. If pres- ent' indications are to be accepted Daniel Baker and Gene Taylor has many years of pleasant prospects for the Hill Billy gang. Heading the list of first year men is "Chuby" Wohlford line-cracking end from Breckenrldge. Wohlford who lettered in high school three years is dally giving Hubert Dav enpott and Jake McCulley misery for the wing position. The way be plays the defens...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 October 1936

0 THE COLLEGIAN m rU IF YOU ARC INURUTCO IN THE GROWTH OF DANIKL IAKKR YOU ARK A BABT A tM iu YOU CAM tCAD A BOY TO COL- LECE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbrt Hubktrtf. .... r. . .. . .. mvnini m ---l-ri n n n - ' nl fl m Velum XXXL ROWNWOOD TIXAt FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1936 bk Ht s B "" " . Price 5 Cents. No. 3 Cullen Perry Chosen For IditfMrijj Nominations For Campus Sweetheart Made Thursday WINS OVER WRIGHT FUQUA U; ACKNOWLEDGED CAMPUS LEADER fcCREARY MOORE KEELER AND HcMAHAN ARE NAMED flmiinmnniiuM MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS n 1 5 5 t fin 5 wrnmrrm'Z Rev. Mr. Chlsholm of the Central Methodist- Church left a good thought with the members of the student body when he addressed the classes In cha- pel Wednesday morning. In effect he laid "Are you here for a college edu- cation or for a college degree?" The Collegian has been maintaining throughout the two weeks that it has been in publication this year that stu- dents who are here should do all in their power to make the school one of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 October 1936

CbjJ t86 Member 19)9 JttY Member 1917 PtosocioJedGoKeekfePrass Distributors of CbMeeide Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. m second class matter THE STAFF JOHN T. WILLIAMSON Jr Editor-in-Chief PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager CULLEN PERRY Sports Editor MALLIE KILGORE Club Editor HURSCHEL DUNN Columnist GEORGE KNOLL Poetry Editor HELEN POST WRIGHT Adviser WHAT IS MEANT BY A GREATER DANIEL BAKER Quite confusing is just what is meant by a greater Daniel Baker. Viewed by a passing glance it could take in more terri- tory than was originally intended. The purpose of this editorial is to present to the reader an exact summary of what The Col- legian program calls for. In one sense of the word a greater Daniel Baker could mean more buildings. It is true there is a crying need for new struc- tures to house the departments. We have one of the largest libra- ries in the State. An individual building would be worth-while. The science hall needs to be reco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 October 1936

I HORN HOWLS a mimiT " ...d tut Unceneered u rome to us in roundabout has come io u- JUinst the writer of Ctapui g Snas sworn to discover the 21 ?upe alt of y'ou .tudenU take I hand in It. . that annntv Utile M till t SS itlSt ' 2S X doesn't someone wise her jStta&t that she I. jut a .lime here. AUne Bichard-on em. to have in- ttMU tfW" "."e an upper (ltsmai ( jnphomorc") . ... .nrl "Bhnrtv" A jrTndoV them the way 10 wr- " John T. Williamson y " JToff Klrls for this year. Stop! SS &" That's the danger sign girls. j ..Wnd Bill" Trammel seems to be JZ something besides the line JdV Ester Bohlln seems t be the goal. Cora Fowlea that dark skinned July from San Antonio seems to Ve a man ataked out In every claM. with whom does Dorothy Nell Ba- k ipend her evenings? It seems to JJt -UU the wee small hours of the morning. .... tiotirvGrabin' to you " " h d. B. C. to learn Tdig a respectable post-hole M least that's the rumor uv j am nick Slider get fooled. Anyone can ride a bus hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 October 1936

I ft V HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. SIDELINE SHOTS Two first class high school teams will meet in Dc Leon next Friday nignt. Arveai Adams ex-Billy tackle is playing host to the team directed by Pete Rouch captain of the Billy squad last year. Pete is coach at Desdemona and Arveai is head man ut De Leon. Genu Taylor oft called the "Lone Wolf of the Texas Conference" seems to be in a pessimistic mood following his trip to Dallas to see the Austin College Kangaroos in action against McMuriy. Gene believes that the Bil- lies stand a chance to stay in the eonfetence race if they make a show- ing against the Kangaroos though. Coach Rhome up at T. W. C. does- n't like the way his backs have been advancing the ball this year. Latest reports are that he is changing his starting lineup from the foundation SEE US FOR RADIOS Sales and Service DUBLIN & CANON 404 Center Ave. Telephone 279 CANDIES McLELLAN'S 5c to $1.00 School Supplies FOR QUALITY SUPREME SEE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 October 1936

THE COLLEGIAN IF YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL BAKER YOU ARC A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LECE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert Hubbard. i art! ri f . n nl i' - L ' Volume XXXI. ROWNWOOD TBXAt FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1936 Price 5 Cents. No. 4 Trail Staff Members Selected Wednesd Students Elect Sara McCreary Sweetheart Of Campus ay WINS 58-34 OVER MOORE; PRESENTATION TO BE HADE AT SAN MARCOS CONTEST (jUHgPPQffflPonBBB00000u MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS fogB8fl6a806o555aB6W0Tnrd-t Thing. seem to be runnn& farv inwothlv now. The football sponsor has been elected and the campus sweetheart has been placed upon her throne so there is very little that we can do for the present but it might be well to offer congratulations to Elizabeth and Sara. They are well suited to hold the positions to which they have been elevated by the stu- dent body. May you have the best year in Daniel Baker that you nave ever experienced. It seems that we made a slight mis- take whe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 October 1936

1936 Member I037 PUsocialed Cbllodiate Press Distributors of Cblletfiafe Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood. Tex. as second class matter THK STAFF JOHN T. WILLIAMSON. Jr Editor-in-Chief PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager CULLEN PEKRY Sports Editor MALLIE KILGORE Club Editor HURSCHEL DUNN Columnist GEORGE KNOLL Poetry Editor HELEN POST WRIGHT Adviser Hollywood Flashes NEWS OF THE STAR9 PICTURES AND WHAT HAVE YOU FROM HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE. y: IQNATZ LOOK FOR YOUR NAME IN THIS COLUMN FOR FREE LYRIC TICKETS Whether or not the underclassmen of Daniel Baker follow the dictates of the upperelassmen in matters pertaining to the life of the school is an important factor when one is trying to mold a real school spirit a feeling of loyalty and devotion for the Alma .Mater. We have no detinite proof that the freshmen sophomore.- and other comparatively new students will look to the campus leaders for guidance but the fact that they will be influenced in thei...

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