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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 October 1936

-IiULUUULUAUAJ fcAMPUS DUST ! ..Raaaiaiiiiiin u . i that Bohlln dignity? Fri- ght found Eter running down Avenue with a boy on each arm. URvbe our friend Tom Wallle will Jw 'eVer rom chMn gTaM Jldows around. Will Mollic never learn that ahe muSU her beauty Bleep? They aay Et 8hc has been Informed that she SS too much make-up. Aionzo Bittick shouldn't take hla w ion as president of the frosh so tSv It l rumored about that ECpartlng clippings all over the walls of his room. And who were the teachers who Jd up their hands when asked about taking rides with their beaux In a buggy Wc wonder why they call Milton olsour a chump. Could Imogene 5KK have anything to with It? Were did Dudley get all of those Je little basketballs? They couldnt Sve come from Coleman on an all- Strict forward could they? Louise Wyatt can't make up her mld whether .she likes Colemar t or Comanche uesi. w ' " Vine she's thinking about now. What's this sudden power FroBh Johnson 1ms over all the Freshmen girls? You...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 October 1936

tr" X v SIDELINE SHOTS Will the "Lone Wolf" have his night to howl following the current Texas Conference season? The Billies have u 1000 per cent average thus far In the vital column. They took the Aus- tin College crew to a 15-0 defeat last week to preserve their Integrity. Five more conference games temaln. Out neighbors down the stret the high school Lions tan into some tough opposition last week when they met Bteckentldge The most we can do at this time is hope that they do better this week. The last home game in this setles will be played next Friday night. The San Marcos team will futnlsh opposi- tion. With a victory In this match the Billies should be In good spit its to meet the Ttlnlty Tigers at Woxaha- T T T T mHh&Hftn "SWEETEST DAYS" SALE SALE 7 2 LBS. ASSORTED CHOCOLATES .oo OCT. Xonly We hear that the Trinity boys and girls are already pepping things up for a Tiger victory. Qene got his majority In the game last week. The score with Austin College since he came her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 October 1936

t THE COLLEGIAN A itei Ifii YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM TH1NK.-Elbrt Hubbard. 'A H 2Pifw IF YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OF DANIEL IAKER YOU j ARE A FART OF ITS GROWTH. Volume XXXI. CountiWpproves Appointments; ORGANIZATION MEETING OF BAKERS FIRST PRESS CLUB HELD MONDAY HEADS CHOSEN mnftBBOOOOOOOOOOOPaOOOOQ MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS ?y88d8B5-B8 8B555TrTITddB87 We don't lllic to harp so much on ichool spirit but it seems that the student body of Daniel Baker is one of the most solemn group that ever appeared on the sidelines to witness a football game. The pep leaders last week could hardly get a murmur out of the whole delegation even when the Billies were gaining ground. And the boys really worked on the crowd. We didn't elect Leaird "Red" and Roy to do all of the yelling for the whole school; they need help. Why not do a little shouting cheering and yelling when you go to the game to- night. And be sure that you arc there. .Sec that everyone that you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 October 1936

4 F k r.: - I: 5 I Up I RU. '1036 Member 1019 MkJ 1036 Member 1037 Associated GoUegote Press Ditributor of GbUe6iaieDi6est THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Browmvood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallic Kiljrore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associnte Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Alton Barr Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser This week the editors of our school annual The Trail an- nounced the commencement for the making of class pictures. Each day u schedule i$ prepared and handed out. It is of vital importance that the students of Daniel Baker fol- low these schedules closely. Compiling the information for The Trail is no easy matter. Photography work is the most difficult of all. With over 200 students to appear before the camera and only an alloted time in which to do it the editors must hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 October 1936

mumtiift CAMPUS DUST 5 riiiiiillitn "Mwr- ...rf But UnoenMred ... . ... Vuirnme of Blirl WBK.""Tr.i- i. thm Meond W"ara' ;: WL to him to the tnree -;"--. lock" JSrW author of Duet .. ..r hand muter will have . TTnutlu the eluelve f eatteman SngawckcSbroom. Editor John Sfion and Buelne Manager WU"' - kaoa sworn to DCMOD. TO" individual ly murder the .too. 'y tflTicklejThle 1. kllllnf me. And that great Romeo of Daniel JEt Hurschel Dunn baa not yet to- the home of Cora Fowlee. Or SSlou hav an Interest at the other plce Humchel? BUI Trammell openly admit he 1. ?"' ...wnor. But the poor lad hide. SJfllce with and empty notebook tfjlen accosted In the act. Ad doesm't Davy Carroll like the cJJllments paid him by a yomg 5? who 19 vitally Interested In hi. football career? Ask Davy. What three girl did Prosh Willi- . -.. Mh him nlayinr Cock- lora uotv .. - - Eye? Twln-Romoes of the Dormitory fllrU: Jim snoagra W""T . ford. Here's Billies. Latest S. A. cases also most seri ous: Burl Strickla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 October 1936

r M- n n & & W lljc Nitlmliu'- lioti in all woincii'.M apparc!. Ami Moliril t lie pviv- iltm ol rxi'U'isin tlii: pli'ilc U you. KNOHLKK'S STYU suor KMISON & SON CI-UKT.KIKS suiooi. si iri.u.s I'U'.AKKITKS Al-TKU Mil I '.AMI i r is COMA ISl ANPS .iiui k'OM-1 I M bWLACK DKl'U STORK SKNP UH u v'IaMH.KS to AKCU ADAMS I tU t nil C".U 1 ailOV J ."hi. I itch t;i W hlt.lxi". I ';U'.l:l C".I.n:1 i r.-i.i -.i i f v .... .. t..vk.. I ? i J Auscui CtlliAvn l.-dio ihop Vf ' f-? fv. : IV VA v r- v Ml JiS . .. IH1'1 4nj .VVM .11. ''- J .4 ... -ivytvrwj. ;sk.cs5? s votssi Tfc UVO Scvdic L. viiuv r L itshiK PcCu:v h rvumaa ? vc tvf c :t FOR QUALITY TEXAS FURNITURE CO. Billies Making Good Show In Texas Circuit In ttic lint inm cjimi'-i. it l'i mi. nil. iiihiiWU ajjieed. tin- I till UiIIIcm li ivi i;imh' In town In a M; a Tlti'i lllHO Wl'll t'OI till' I'f Ull stlolll'Nl Ivaui'i III lilj; Mini' iiuivtlMim Hut uliat im mi milium ut of tin1 Mi'i fi (tint in cull of tin' tn tiiouloiit.i t tit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

Dedicated To Ex-Students Of D.B.C. H Volume XXXI. Baker Is Preparing For Greatest Home -Coming Campus Groups Get Ready For Daniel Baker Stintlght CASH AWARD TO BE GIVEN WHIG STUNT TUESDAY; SENIORS SPONSOR EVENT ftjlftpooooOOOOQBOOOOQflQOQfln MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS y a a a o a t'vrvtrvrarswvvi Next week end we will have a large number of graduates and ex-students of Baker with us. November 6 has been selected for the annual home. coming exercises of the school and a program has been arranged for the entertainment of the ex-students and the present students. However that day has been set aside primarily for the ex-students of the college. Every student Is requested to do his part In making the day a success for our guests. We have no Idea yet Just how many alumni will be present but we are all hoping that weather and other con- siderations will enable us to have the best reunion that Baker has experi. enccd. Members of the publicity department have been writing letters to parents of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

'i ! ' u k ' '' 3 i M-f J fir Ij-L" vi? 'fiaJl mmak '1976 Member oj jVJr W36 Member toj? Associated Gbllefiiate Press Distributors of GoUe6ideDi5est THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kilgore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Alton Barr Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser TO THE STUDENTS Next week wis have as our guests the ex-students of Daniel Baker College as well as the parents and friends of many of the present students. It is up to us to entertain them. Daniel Baker will keep open house during the entire day for her friends and former students. A program for the day has been arranged to keep them busy and interested but it is the duty of the students to see that strangers are not neglected. Not literally strang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

pzzzr " the members of the stu- hv know that Donald Chlshoirn nt ffiS the position of asalst- lilCnagef o J Lyric Theatre? i n Dot Orlffln? fto have a friend (male) on Sncr Now she seems to be veif; niorc or less lone nana. PUy Lsn't some Inquiring reporter Wby lcs"l ohnlll Ser Drlvate life? and out a "" it. qtewns" seems to be keeping " 8 '- .t. rather late these W."W " L wav. where has Lee ? for the past few days? His & can't even keep up with him. m.maS Is "... .n?IIfi"L!8 around everyone. Will sne never - tie down? Ua thc poriy.Weller relationship - -renewed? Cullen has Been seen teen rcncwi" . in Martinis w"fv - lately. Wp think that Hubenport Is still Jung ".ward to the McMurry e It may not be altogether re. venge- either. What is this scrap about a man i.ulse? Don't you know that the SSlawnan Is always right? Dud- Jy should bo given the first chance. ...- nB nnuldn't stay away from Rnberta. so we have them both in S with us again at last. We were afraid for a while Melton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

I V A t J? y 1-nJ 20 OFF MONEY RAISING CASH SALE 20 Off Choice of the Stock 20 ; Off HEMPHILL-FAIN CO. Brownwood ywvwwMwiVWwwwrf Papers Tell of Former Lives of Baker Exes To bo a social shlek In Daniel Ba ker during the early great war period a person had to be able to adjourn to Willis Creek and lounge lazily and restfully on It's banks listening to music and munching ice cream cones. This information was cleaned from a bound edition of The Collegian dated 1913. Here is an example quoted grom the book. "The Coggln girls were delighted to receive an invitation to meet with the Pi Alphas on Feb. 3. The socie- ties adjourned to Willis Creek and the girls had a lazy restful good time on its banks. Ice cream cones were pass. ed around and we ate to the tune of "Slumber Boat" sung by Misses Vida George Vera Zumwalt and Mildred Saunders. Both the cones and the music were greatly enjoyed. It is a tieat indeed to hear these girls sing. Miss Addle Terry read a selection which was appreciated...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

' HILL BILLY SPORTNEWS Daniel Baker Beats Trinity 13-10; Retains ConferenSiipremacy SIDELINE SHOTS Wow! Here's to home-coming and the McMurry game. And as we think over the situation we find that the records of the past are none too pleasing to us especially those since 1928. Every since McMurry entered the football scenes of this section the Billies and the Indians have been heated rivals. Daniel Baker and McMurry have been meeting each other for ten years this season's bat. tie making the eleventh argument be. twecn these two schools. McMurry a Methodist Institution is a compar. atlvely young institution having been built In the period between 1920 and 1925. In another section of the Collegian will be found results of BUlie-Indlans games since 1925. It is interesting in a way; then too it gives a feeling of displeasure to notice that not since 1928 have the Billies beaten the Red- skins. It is noted also that in the first four games the McMurry elevens never scored on the Billies ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

X Billies and Bobcats Tie 6-6 In Mud Battle V" M' T i 7 1? . El It If .it 1 'I BLOCKED KICKS AND FUMBLES FIGURE IN DB-SM GRID CLASH Billy Tackle Dotes On Campus Labors An analysis of the student body of Daniel Baker would not be complete without mentioning Cullen Perry a product of Bangs high school. Cullen Is one of the busier members of the student body. He came to Ba- ker this year expecting to make a name for himself playing tackle on the Hill Billy football squad and per- haps placing himself at the disposal of the basketball mentor. However his plans went awry and he was nam- ed sports reporter on The Collegian staff. A short time later the mem- bers of the senior class decided that Cullen would make a good playmate for Jake McCulley so Cullen was vot- ed Into the vice-presidency of the sen- ior class. Then another election was staged by the members of the student council. This time Cullen was placed on the ballot for editor of The Trail school annual and came out far in the l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

HOLLYWOOD FLA8HE8 Greatest Short Subject of Season "Neptune's Scholars'9 to be Shown at Lyric The greatest short subject of the ? Jason l the Grantland Rice 1 eX rely der water' " tech 3 fe and mechanics of which have S!d a storm of Inquiries every- l.. it has shown from audiences "Sir! Intrigued by It. Jack Eaton SSd the following story glv- me the full details. '"SZtune's Scholars" was produced ri the famed Silver Springs in Flori. 2. the mecca for sightseers and said m be the clearest water in America anSngfrom one to sixty feet in Sh. In fact Silver Springs has frLn to be more popular for under. wter Photography than waters of visau and Bermuda in the Bahamas J Catallna Island in the Pacific. The actual making of the picture i not as involved as it would seem although It required time patience !'T.Llal training. Efficient girl dimmers were coached for two or three weeks In the very difficult ma. neuvers of long periods of underwater l..-mir Each srirl was allowed .i.it or forty ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 October 1936

& K. At -qs& v AMlssimplicitq wi th"B UlltmUp lop The straps at center back pull Jlag nally to give you a slender youthful waistline. The lace bra top has a built up shoulder for greater a support and COMFORT! $ TZ SO Mode! 8475. J Rf. U. S. Pt. Off.: Pt. No. 1159191. BETTIS & GIBBS Pre-Med Students Will Take Exams. Mis. Wnul has just received a let- ter from the Association of American Medical Colleges giving Information concerning the annual Medical Apti- tude Tests. Last year the tests were taken by 10761 students from 621 colleges and were used by approximately 90 per cent of the approved Medical Schools of the United States as a factor In the selection of their students. This Is one of the normal requirements for admission to a medical school and if a student plans to enter a medical school In 1937 he should arrange to take this test. The Medical Aptitude Test has been scheduled for December 4 1936 at 2:00 o'clock. If requires approximate ly one hour and forty.llve ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 November 1936

THE COLLEGIAN IP YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL RAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert Hutbard. f-Ji ' Si ffl I Volume XXXI Seventy Students ARRAY OF HIGH GRADES ARE FEATURED IN FIRST PRELIM; FEW FAILURES ARE REPORTED jjm pnooOBftpnooOOOOOOOOOOO ML.AlllOJL.C-00 MEDITATIONS fa; a a a a at) a b o a a a o 6 B'a oYmnnrt. Welcome home. Exes! We're glad to see you roaming about the campus again. ' Our hearts fill with pride to know that the men and women who have pone forth from this Institution have made their places In the world but that they still have time to enjoy again the by-gone days and to return to their Conner haunts for a short visit every year. This is your day and we want you to make the most' of It. If you need any assistance call on the rnembis of the present student body. They are here to serve you. Yell tonight and help those Billies win the Texas Conference Champion. ship. They have an excell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 November 1936

i4i J l i i n &P" N& ftajflli I036 Member P?7 JtU ' 136 Member W7 ftwocided Golleoicfe Press Distributors of Collegiate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Maliio Kilgore Associate Editor Hursehel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Nmvton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Alton Ban Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser WELCOME EXES! Members ol the htudent body of Daniel Baker College have been preparing for week? for this day Daniel Baker Home-Com-ing Day. Now they welcome you to the campus to take part in the program that hi been arranged for your entertainment dur- ing the day. Make youivelves at home. This is your school as well as theirs. They are merely attempting to carry out the ideals and traditions which you have established. So be with them once again ah .students of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 November 1936

oiMUift iiium"" CAMPUS DUST .aiiM" ' . bait Isn't satisfied with B A ZiTat east he waa last een i'AeWghhool beauties.' I ..... snider and the song bird thVcampui Velma Lois were out StiS on Clever P16 doJn catching up ht We 115 T22E Settle and that other "QSFSSn Miller were along ce"SvlS or taking lesson. In the . maybe it Is science) or an- moon beams. Better watch "r mider. we happen to know S?urtld.thein?Sertofsv. eral upper classmen. Stnlcup and that flaming beauty Jh Keith oeem to be making good in campusology. Maybe Stal- SfSew't know that red Is a dan. ger sign. who arc the strangers in town that in-t know the way to Coleman mil i gpKulara see Emma Catherine. Who Is It that tried to teach Bee how to whistle. That noise she makes would give the old bell tough compe- tition. Where does Gaston Alford's interest He now? U wouldn't be down near Mullln would It? Murtha Weller and Louise Wyatt were getting gray headed over whe- ther or not their better halves would eet back from Tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 November 1936

l t L II BAKER MURRY TANGLE IN CHAMPIONSHIP STRUGGLE . ON HIGH SCHOOL GRID TIME Championship honors for the Texas Confetenee for the 1030 campaign will be dangled before the eyes of the Daniel Baker Hill Billies and the Mc- Mutry Indians tonight when the two teams meet on the new high school gridiron. The two teams aic among the three highest tanking teams in the conference at this time. Baker Is leading with u perfect" tecord of wins while the Redskins have one tie to mar thcli score for the seat-on The game will be played befoie a laige ciowd of foimer Baker students as well as a huge delegation of stu- dents ftom Abilene. McMuny is run- ning a special train to Biownwood for the game The Billies have emerged victorious from all Conference starts defeating St. Edward's 19.12 Austin College 10. 0. and Trinity University 13.10. Two ot the three games were played away from Biownwood. The Indians have defeated the same three teams and have tied tie sttong Howard Payne .quad. The game h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1936

THE COLLEGIAN t YOU ARC INTCfttSTCD IN THC GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. -r-fT--fc '(WvfX f YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LECE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbtrt Hubbirtf. ?vi i n i. &k l Volume XXXI. ROWNWOOD TKXAt SATURDAY NOVEMBER 14 1936 Price 5 Cents. No.8 Baker Home-Coming Is Crowned With Success Special Train Carries Boosters To Abilene CHEERING BOOSTERS BOARD SPECIAL TO TAKE PART IN BILLY ACC GAME jjUUifi-SLflJ 3 RJIETANINm FQQ MEDITATIONS The home-coming reunion last week was a fine celebration from every standpoint. We had one of the best crowds in recent years everyone seemed to thoroughly enjoy the fel- lowship meeting in front of the dor- mitory and the Billies came from the field vlctoious in their game with the McMuity Indians. If that isn't good enough for one day here's something else. The students showed more fight- ing spit it in the game than in any previous encounter of the year. With the aid of the exes things fairly rock- ed througho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1936

cm fj i36 Member 0J7 MKyM 1936 Member QJf Associated Cblteeiate Press Distributors of Cbe6iafeDi6esf THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief jMullu! Kilgore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Alton Barr Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser IBU J COMMONPLACE THINGS AND A NEW VIEWPOINT "Any man who is unfamiliar and out of sympathy with the Hollywood Flatties -NEWS OF THE STARS PICTURES AND WHAT HAVE YOU FROM HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE. y: IONATZ Budding Poets New Shirley Temple Film Has Many Stars in Supporting Roles Alice Fnye to hi-de-ho with! Jnck Henley to tnp.a.toe with! Gloilii Stu- nit to laugh and cry to! Michael Wha. len to muke love to; Add to these Saia Hnden Jane Darwcll Claude Glllingwator and Henry Atmettii and you hav...

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