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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1936

Collegian Sport News Redskins Fall 14-7 Beforeta a n The SIDELINE The Billies have seen and conquered whit we consider a vast amount since This column was last printed. We be. tew the old students of our Jnstltu- Ion had the prlvlledge of seeing all those butter things they hoped to see when the ytcturnod last week. Anfl it seems that every one of thm should have gone back to their work with tov after .seeing a sensational ball ea'me- one In which a major prom. L 0f a Texas conference crown was Involved. It makes one thoughtful when he considers that after McMur- rV had held sway over Daniel Baker for seven vears that a year when the Indians hud their greatest football team in McMurry's history a bunch of vlctoty-mud Hill Billies should puh them aside for a chance at the confience ciown. Evety since we have been In Daniel Baker the cry has been "Get Mc- Muny." To every senior on the squad the Me.Mutry game will be a sweet nmcnibcianco; It meant so much a conference lead the winning ...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1936

L J' I Efc : 8 i i i ? if 1 1 " I' It- kkm HEADQUARTERS for College Girls' Clothes BETTIS & GIBBS !! M lP !! If M MM Ml !JLtJJUL.9JJJJ.9JLftJULflJULftJLflJLP and best wishes to the brain behind the "Stir-Ups" column of the Coleman high school Round-Up: the two cooing with the pet as their chaperone CAMPUS DUST nrgrnrrrffB' a vt rtrs rmrvrvv What were the following licence numbers doing on the Coleman hill Monday night. 320-601 314-1S3 and 12 1-276 Someone tell us the whys In the evening after school 1? out I hear a loud and ringing shout. And then almost 'til the fall of night I hear the cries of "Left and Right" It Is the pep squad on parade But It looks like the charge of the Light Brigade. Many a girl Just sits and pines To posses the curves they put in these lines It makes the leaders see fiery red And want to knock them in the head. But I Just laugh to see such fun I assure you folks It's worth the "mon." If anyone really wants to hear a swell ye spontaneous proposal (of ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 November 1936

THE COLLEGIAN te &l IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OF DANIEL BAKER YOU ARE A PART OF ITS GROWTH. t f YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert Hubbard. rva mi :l M Volume XXXI ROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 -936 Price 5 eents. No. 9 I 1 Council Nominates Campus Favorites Thursday Benefit Carnival To Be Presented In Gym Council Classes Clubs Assist In Presentation Of All-Student Show -jmgftatioflgflnft080000000008 MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS fossftftsuuuuouuuuuBaiiumriu "Editing a college paper without ruffling .someone's feelings is like winking at a girl in the dark lots of exercise but no result's." These ate our sentiments exactly. It iB im- .mi. . nionsi! everyone but we can do our best. With the help of the students we might be able to do bet- ter for you Mote interest in school extra-cunicular activities would aid us greatly anil more it would in- crease your Interest in the school. Basketball season is Just around the corner. Baker had an e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 November 1936

) I (f f J. IkxJik "1036 Member oi? JkJ 1936 Member f37 Associated Gollefiiale Prass Distributors of Golleeiate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Browmvood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mnllie 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 Hollywood Flashct -NEWS OF THE 9TARS PICTURES AND WHAT HAVE VOU FROM HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE. By: IQNATZ jl THE COPY CAT riMtrfT NHMingroets New Tarzan Picture Comes To Lyric for Two Days Starting Today AWAKE! AWAKE! YE STLDENTS! Since football season is fast approaching the end and the ex- citement of basketball has not yet started it is time to think furiously of club work. There are ten clubs in Daniel Baker which need to be kept in motion. By keeping them alive the aims of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 November 1936

The SIDELINE SHOTS .. t.A.nu unite! It'll another WOT Uv-" " " and we mean Just that. We have .n the Billies lose and tie football Mines In Abilene but we don't re- member seeing them win one there glnce iwi. And now what la thla when one aiks iid double Its opponents number of first downs gains Ave times as mucn giumtu h'"g -- In the game makes 100 yards more In total distance gained completes fourteen forward passes to the op- ponents two breaks even In pass In- terceptions is forced to punt Just half as many times has a punt average ten yatds per boot better than the enemy more than doubles their punt returns Is panllzcdi fewer times los- ing 25 fewer yards by this route than the opponents and still loses the game 13-7. As Skip Howard said when Coach Taylor announced that while in Abi- lene the boys would reside In the Hil- ton Hotel the Billies should approach Abilene from a different angle. Skip contended that we had never won a toll game while rooming Abllene's Hilton. And tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 November 1936

$ l .n i n Kit' HEADQUARTERS for College Girls' Clothes BETTIS & GIBBS yjUJJUU9B 9.Lfl.Q-tflJUUULttJUUULP 1 CAMPUS DUST T0"o"oo"8 88088888 gyg'g'B B B 8 8 V Stella Kasley must have let hei heart go a long way off. My guess Would be that It Is somewheie near Kenvllle and the one J. Cub. Anyone would wonder what makes the sophomore class such a petfectly lively one. Freshman Wllhelm seems to be do- ing fine with the faculty but what about the tost of the falter sex. What makes all ot the boys call Bobbie Jean "Duck?" It Is unnoted that on the special a pair of girls with a boy on each arm made the most of the situation. Kuth Hall wants us to give her a little adverse publicity says that she wants to make Lrander jealous; so who was the handsome brute who es- corted Kuth home in Coleman when she hopped off the train. James Moore campus Romeo last j ear just doesn't seem to know where to go with his loving. The Blonde Vampire seems to have switched her affections from Wnllls to Fros...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 December 1936

0 THE COLLEGIAN IP YOU ARC INTCRUTCD IN THE GROWTH OP OANIKL IAKKR YOU ARK A PART OP ITS CROWTH. f YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM TH1NK.-Elbrt Huklir. ft Vil AAAMWVWWS Volume XXXI. Trail Favorites MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS 18BBt6in)8B5'8'B'8TnrBT6T8-8 Thanksgiving Is over and the time bas again come to settle down for Mme serious work. The second six weeks term Is practically over and the mid-terms are staring us in the face. Wo only have the Christmas vacation between us and the end of the first half of this year's work. Time has really .sped by but there is plenty more to conic. Basketball season will soon be well under way and we will have some more excitement on hand for a while. These campus S. A. (sentimental attraction to you frosh) cases are getting the best of the whole lot of us. We never know who will be with whom the next time we see them. In fact they are changing so fast now that we can't even get out an issue of the paper before some couple deci...

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

Don't stand forrmTT!?! get out.-James Moor! 'H With Bakers Budding Poets Hollywood Flashes -NEWS OF THIS STAnS PICTURES AND WHAT HAVE YOU FROM HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE. By: IQNATZ Be orlglnal.-Qerald Holly. A smile a day keens nu . Peggy Charnqulst. P Pan '- m " "nm you dn't succml. somebody else.-Hurschel 5 H K k 1 V "V W1 f at LX: E i ill ? V' J ILril i36 Member 1017 JjF 1936 Member 1017 Associated Gblleciate Press Distributors of Cbl!e6iate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. us second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON. Ml.. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kiltforu Associate Editor llurschel G. Diuni Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Alton Burr Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser America's "Little Sweetheart" Shirley Temple in Special Midnight Show at Lyric Saturday alftttvlMtv tti.iiltt ..Mil .tl.l.1lt.r t.tlt wuy onc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 December 1936

The Collegian Sport News Hill Billies Win One Tie One To Complete 1936 Season BAKER BUTTS PIRATES J-? TO TAKE FDiAl CONFERENCE GAME RUNNER-UP HONORS WITH THE EXES Whlttcn McKinney a member of the russ of 1930 Is now manager 01 a lumber company at Leeday Texas. uo man led a former Baker girl Mlu jimmy Gholson. While In college he vis a member of the band the glee club ami the boys' quartette. Roland Curry received his B. A. de- cree from the University majoring In busings administration. He Is now head bookkeeper for the Works Prog- tcss Administration here. While In Daniel Baker and In the Unlverstly he ..... .. member of the dramatic and rice clubs. He has now settled down IS married and directs the choir of the First Methodist Church. Miss Rose Bowden took her Mas- ter's degree from the University ot Oklahoma majoring In education. She taught two years In Oklahoma and one year at Wheeler Texas. She fin- ally managed to captivate the cashier of the bank there married and makes her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 December 1936

I HEADQUARTERS for College Girli' Clothes BETTIS & GIBBS 8 P. fl.B.9.8.8.BJ.9.a.9.fl.fl PJUUULPJm ft CAMPUS DUST $ d'STfl 8 BBC 8 V8"8'B'fl 8 5 8 B WTV Af last we havo some dirt on out dear Miss Kuelcr . . . first we want to know whom she stayed with while in Georgetown; second how Is it that Billie needs Buster Gober and Chubby Wohlford to tell her how to act on a date. Should we laugh. Keeler? Our maestro Is getting it lather bud. He has been making an average of two thirty mile trips every week for the past month. She's ti member of the Pea tee family too so we hear. And why do some of his closer f i lends call the overlaid of the band "W. N."? This thing of Lucy Mae and Jake Is reaching the seiious stage so it seems. When and where are they planning to settle down? Anyone who knows please let It be known. It is a tenible thing fot the girl to get the senior ilng before the poor boy even gets to wear It Isn't It J. Lee? Jlmmle Settle has veiy. very sttong Intel est In Coleman...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1936

THE COLLEGIAN H t ' I IF YOU ARC INTCRtSTCD IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL BAKER YOU ARC A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert Hubbard. i i ;1 ROWNWOOD TRXAt FRIDAY DECEMBER 11 1936 l J Price 5 Cents. No. 11 ) I " Volume XXXI. Queen Moore SPENT GOVERNMENT HEADS HOLD SECOND LnBfnoooooaooO' MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS fo6ccou(mmjuuuuuouunuu-u-iu The campaign for the beautlfica- tion of the campus is on! Have you done your pnit? The work is being done for the students not for enter- tainment. The faculty members want to see a beautiful campus covered with boys ami gills. However they need the co-operation of the students now! Have you brought tulips or da- fodlls yet? It Isn't too late yet. Will you do your pait? still all of the students haven't had their Trail pictures made. Only one week is left and not a whole week hforc the deadline set by the engrav ers. Will you have it made In time to get it In the annual this year? If vou don't you'll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1936

9 "If Baker Freshman THE COPY CAT l i '1 fc fel E ft". n A "i36 Member 1QJ7 ffrW "l36 Member IQiy Associated GoUefiide Press Distributors of (bllefttde Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Hollywood Flaslfs -NEW OF THE STARS PICTURES AND WHAT HAVE YOO PROM HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE. By: IQNAT2 Irene Dunne in "Theodora Goes Wild" Hailed As Biggest Comedy Hit in Year jf.ru .. ......v a V''Av Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Malik' Kilgore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor GEORGE KNOLL Columnist CORA FOWLES Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager JACK McCLENDON Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser SHOULD DANIEL HAKEK HAVE STUDENT DANCES Throughout the year there have been several students on our campus who have expressed a desire to dance under college super- vision. They p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1936

The TKINITOM ECHO COLLEGIAN STAFFS NAME Three Texas Conference newspa '. have made selections for the all Sercnce team for 1936. The col. L papers are unanimous In the SSce of Daniel Baker's Skipper Howard for one ot the backfleld slots but he has not been definitely placed in any position by any one of the pa- ne. Coker Wagnon and Conger hive been named on the teams also. Daniel Baker Collegian's selections named Conger Howard and Wagnon for the imthical team. The Trinito nian from Tilnlty University and the Echo from St. Edward's University were other papers who sent their choices for the all-Conference eleven. DANIEL BAKER PICKS Wedcman Howard Payne left end. Stockton. McMurry left tackle. Wagnon Danial Baker left guard. Harper A. C center. Simmons S'western U. right guard. Cole Trinity U. right tackle. Everhcaite Trinity U. right end. Conger Daniel Baker quarterback. Howard Daniel Baker left half. Anthony McMurry right half. Miller Howard Payne full. The TrlMtonian named Wagnon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 December 1936

? i a: jl fc l HEADQUARTERS for COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES fek-. 'Tilt LADIES STORE" rtJUUUUUUUULfl J. B 9 fl.ftJLtt.fl fl Q flfl ft CAMPUS DUST E BBCBBBraaaflaaacBBBaaa a'aTr Why doesn't Sally Bess settle down to Just one admirer? Just because she Is n little country girl Is no rea- son for her to tiy to hog all of the campus Konicos. What kind of liquid containers are those by the pile of leaves by the south door of the fine arts building? And whose were they? What has become of the one legged trapper? We hear that a "romancing" school has been organized. Where Is It and who runs It? We would all like tti know. Watson and Smithy would make a good pair if Smithy only had a snag tooth. Is Whltey Morris living fast or dye- ing fast? He looks bad to us. What's this about the Jeep? Bath- tubs full of cold water early Sunday morning? And they tell us that he has something of a love affair on his hands. Is that light Jeeple ole kid? We wonder If Mahtce has noticed that one of Burl's ears Is l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 December 1936

THE COLLEGIAN 1 m gtr IP YOU ARC INTKRUTKO IN THE GROWTH OP DANICL IAKKR YOU yM YOU CAN LtAD A BOY TO COL- LE06 tUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-tlb.rl Hukktr.. T I ARK A PART OP ITS UROWTH. I I I . t Volume XXXI HOME EC GIRLS HEAR HO BAKER CAMPUS MIGHT BE IMPROVED; MAIM AIDS utgftfloflBnftBann"BaBaV MEANINGLESS ; MEDITATIONS i Baamiaaooooaoflooaacu-u-u-oc The Christmas holidays are nearly here and for a week there will be nothing but a chance at some rest and a round of pleasures for all of us. But with the holidays come the last chance for lelaxatlon before the mid- term so we warn you to make the best of It. But while you are enjoy- ing yourselves don't forget the mean- ing and significance of Christmas. In case we don't see everyone we want to take this opportunity to wish v member of the student body from the seniors clear down to the freshmen the happiest and merriest Christmas that he nas ever experi- enced. To the faculty also we wish ro extend our greetings. The opener for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 December 1936

s-' r 4 ! l k k hi 1 era "1956 Member IW associated Gblle6iaie Prass Distributors of Cblle6iafe Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mullio Kilgore Associate Editor Hurschel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor GEORGE KNOLL Columnist CORA FOWLES Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager JACK McCLENDON Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser Down-town Brownwoo'l is this week frollicking beneath a bril- liant arrangement of holiday lights and Yuletime decorations. These tapestries have been furnished by the merchants of Brown- wood not as an advertisement but as an effort to help you get into the Christmas spirit. I'o iliem should go credit for beautifying the streets. To them should go cred't for importing an attractive display of attractive gifts. To them snould go the cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 December 1936

Collegian Sports RS HUMBLE LOWERS IN FURIOUS CLASS GRID BATHE SIDELINE SHOTS Coach Taylor Is back from the meeting of the Texas Conference offi- cials and coaches nt Dallas and he brought' back with him a long sche. dule for the coming basketball season. Also paitlully arranged Is the 1937 football schedule. Mr. Taylor has arranged for thirty basketball games thirteen of these to be on the home court. They must be taken as they come by the Billies who last oeawn lost the conference title even though they won more confer. ence games than any other school. It iigeneiully accepted that Daniel Ba. Iter placed on the hardwood last year the beat team in the Texas Confer- ence. We are in hopes that Trinity Uni- versity can lind a basketball player for a icfetec this year instead of us. Ing a baseball player. just when my boys are you going to make a few classes when all this traveling that has been planned ap. pears. What worries us Davenport Is how you ate going to keep up with your sleep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 December 1936

i V if K T T) Greetings if Settto 6lbb.&ic Sh. 'TNI LADIES STORE WISHING YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR WJ I - j A W HhHtuttiffnm. r DI1IJ f . -m iiMjnwyw Fresh Texas Cookies at your Favorite Cafe J. A. COLLINS Typewriter Exchange L. C. Smith and Corona TYPEWRITERS All Makes Repaired. SERVICES GUARANTEED Phone 1623R1 211 E. Baker St. Brownwood Texas PALACE DRUG STORE for HOT DOGS AND COFFEE All Kinds of Shoe Repairing Chms. L. Faulkinberry "The Shoe Man" 906 Center Avenue r MAJESTIC BARBER SHOP Courteous Service Reavis & Reynolds Props. 1004 Austin Avenue IQUINCY The Shine King! Shoes Dyed All Colors DYIR AND SHINIR FOR HILL SILLIES AT Majestic Barber Shop 3 t I SAP tll.tJLtJLM.lJLtAAA CAMPUS DUST IIIIIHIHIIIIIUIIlim' Hallle Trammell seems to be Inter ested In a certain Howard Payne Jun ior from "Way Out West In Texas" way down near the Mexican border. What about It Hallle? Fitsle too has recently been seen with a Howard Payne boy. In fact there were two of them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 January 1937

THE COLLEGIAN Hi B 'lit -- If YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH Or DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP IT! GROWTH. f'.V-fl YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE rn m - - - -uLTu-Lrun: HIM THINK. Elbtrt Hubbird. Volume XXXI. jjlji o o Q ff ff g 8 fl fl . B l ! MEDITATIONS d -ooo HHnaaaiifl BTBinnnnri jjoouuuv"" CuhVui.in taff niemtaors offer a sumewli i belated welcome to the stu- ilonts. nf Patilol Baker College on their lotum i sdiool following the Christ. mas holidays. It Is really a pleasure and a u 'a-f t() L' bnck ln harness airaln attir nearly two weeks of en- forced kUi-iuhm. Anyway we hope that voti had a very very Merry Christ. inns o"d extend to your our best wish- es for the New Your. Now 'vi' go Into basketball season full t.H H WilH rather disappointing to lise bo flist two conflicts of the season iiut eveiy team must lose sonieti and we can at least say that we aie as capable of being good losers .is 'lie next one to come along. But r l"1( t buckle down and tak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 January 1937

I t ' ' ? A h THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second dais matter 1936 Member IW tasocicfedCblleePrass Distributors of GoUedideDi6es( 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 GEORGE KNOLL Columnist CORA FOWLES Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClcntlon Assistant Business Manager JACK McCLENDON Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser We will assume that you are aware that the ex-students of Daniel Baker are the moving and guiding spirits behind the in- stitution. We will also take it for granted that you are interested in the growth and betterment of the school. Then we will hope for one more thing that you are willing to work to put your school in the limelight of the educational world. If that's not right you had better start making New Year's resolutions. But here's the problem. Dan...

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