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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 January 1937

Collegian Sports i A & SIDUINE SHOTS ..tin wanted to know the other .ftV Why several of the basketballera Stcd and puffed after the holidays. Srhaps that Christmas turkey with !ji those things that match were rilehtly rich. At any rate the boys ai now trying to work off the ef- fects of a gala holiday period and here's to them that ttie Texas Con- ference members may hear plenty fromthc Billies through the coming hardwood season. The Billies looked good In their first game before the holidays and with a little bit of polishing before conference olay begins they should make this a great nasKeiuuii kuu. " Davenport last season's conference cage leader has failed to get hot as yet but when six foot six Inch men are' guarding a man his chances are jometlmes very Bllm. Baylor presented to the Billies a tall and experienced team when they stop- ped over hcie for two games with the local group. Too the Bears had play- ed several games while the Billies had played none. Unless some game...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 January 1937

vr ; Y m . u i i POET tlKt AKCRITES (Continued from page 1) Mary Elisabeth gets hla dough And he darea not ask her "Where does It go?" At Alpha Omega that faraway star Three scientists stood at an Impro- vised bar. They were Chubby Chrane Skllcs and Barnhart To whom astronomy was an art. Down in the city of Havana We find Hubert Davenport doing the rumba His dancing partner we find in a hurry Was that llghtstepplng Babe "Liz" McMurry. Skipper Howard is still a "star" As he boot's that pigskin high and far Mighty "Fig" Newton Is with him at Notre Dame Where they've won their shate of fame. Davy Carrol and Cullen Perry wcie a team Of hotheaded congtessmon full of steam. They had been on the floor for sixty days To defeat a bill that would ruin their ways. In the South Sea Islands far from home Two gentlemen of foitune happened to roam Wohlford and Petsick catchers for gold Took turns at searching the vessels old. In an up-to-date shop in gay 1'aree Three charming models I did sec Mich...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 January 1937

i Daniel Baker Collegian a IP YOU ARC INTERCITKD IN THC GROWTH OF OANICL IAKKR YOU ARK A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LCAO A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-ElDert Hubkirtf. f!l i t j f I r Volume XXXI. jHfflOflB9ftPBBBOBtBtflB V MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS yuBflinaaflasBBuaa-d-ro-ys-a-dt A day or so ago we received a notice from the state headquarters of the UVA that Daniel Baker's colors were to be carried in the great Inaugural parade In Washington on January 20. Daniel Baker's banner will only be one of many In the parade but It will be the first time that the school has been honored In such a way. We have discovered another poet or perhaps we should say that another poet has discovered the power of the press. At any rate we have another poem this week by a real newcomer to our ranks. It might be an Idea for some of these enthusiasts to get to- gether and publish a book of their best efforts. It seems that there are enough poets In the school to do a pretty good job o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 January 1937

" If to THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Eattred at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second clui matter IW6 Member ojj toockJedGoNo&itPrtis Distributors of Gottedote Digest 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 Jack McClendon Circulation Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser RECRIMINATION AND REPARTEE Deeming it only fair to give the young gentlemen a chance for reply to the charges brought aguinst them in the editoriul columns of ths paper last week we give them this chance for re- buttal. Anything more to be said? What was it that was said about the attitude of the boys of Daniel Baker last week ? There is no use in reciting the examples again we will start right in on our ease. In spite of all that these females may say there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 January 1937

-a. i-yr trMJk Collegian Sports A SIDELINE SHOTS . .. tii ..i hns desercea un mi mm week so you will have to bear with ft substitute for asnorv wuc Pour days niter the return engage- '. hi-ic with the St. Mary's Rat- SX. January 25 the cage squad wilt "J . for the trip to Abilene and . first conference encounter of the .VW rrho twnntlnir will tea- 1937 season. " o Jure Daniel Baker favorites for the ItaUlonshlp pennant of the Texas HIGH SCHOOLS BATTLE FOR DB TROPHIES; 24 ENTERED conference and the Abilene Chris- Wildcats the same ii.m fnnrizi' liau ; ..... i tjii hnnnii for hunch thai oiasit-'u wk -"j ..-- .... the Krid title only a very few short ki aro. If the Abilene jinx holds SntWH time It will be a cinch fhat the .lays of Daniel Baker wins to the cltv of Abilene arc gone for 0me time to come. However our money goes on the Billies to not only uke the Abilene games In order A. n. C then McMurry but also to take the title for the state circuit. With the results of the Hardin- Sim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 January 1937

i 4 c .f l Mstnittsu 1 CAMP! iiiiihii mmmmn P CAMPUS DUST i 'bb "n 'iTwni Why does "Red" Conger spend so much of his time at the Aztvc Tailor hop now? Why was Halllc so anxious for A. ft If. to reach the holiday season 7 Aren't the Brownwood boys good enough or aren't there enough of them? Where is Tom Wallls' favorite hang-out? At nights we mean! Jess Love and his right-hand.man Holley spent the largest part' of their time In the city to the west of Brownwood. Thirty miles west! Charlie Fowler that ever-ready man busy entertaining one of the ex. beauties of the campus during the absence of the typing assistant prac- tically the same as Fowler they say around the Xnms season. They say her name is Katherine Beadle. What did Mallie do during the Christmas holidays? No one seems to be able to find out. Jimmle Settle is spending too much time in a certain ftont room that we know of. It is reported that La Mode 210 Center Ave. Attend The President's Ball EVENING FROCKS SPECIALLY PRICED $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 January 1937

wMaMwriPtww Daniel Baker Collegian 1 I IF VOU ARK INTIRUTCt IN THE GROWTH OP DANIIL IAKKR YOU ARK A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL. LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbtrt Hubkiri. AAAAAMWMMMWWWW Volume XXXI. HEARTBREAKING CASUALTIES GO WITH CRAMMING FOR TESTS Ulllft""1"1" MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS frym a a a a b i b a g mrmnit Baskctlull and more basketball that seems to be the rule and not ttie exception for Daniel Baker's gymna- sium these days. Except for the practice sessions of the Golden Gloves entries the gym is used during the greater part of the day and much of the night by the members of the cage squads ftom the college and from the high school. And the activity 1b due to pick up toward the last of the sea- son when the Billies really start play- ing some games at' home. The sched- ule Isn't half completed yet. It seem sthat the campus beautlfl- catlon project Is going to the dogs or something Mrs. Miller is doing all that she can to keep the ball rolling ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 January 1937

ft .til l THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter W56 Member oj? associated Goitefiide Prass Distributors of GoOediafe Digest THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief iMullie 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 Jack McClendon Circulation Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser Ilp2ffl&& Within the last three or four days I have heard a dozen peo- ple say "I'm just disgusted" "What's the use?" They explain the reason for their statements like this: "Teachers don't appre- ciate what you do; they don't care whether you pass or flunk; they devaluate the time you spend studying so why study? As a mat- ter of fact why try at all?" Such statements as these arouse my pity ; I can feel only sor- row for a person who talks li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 January 1937

1 Collegian Sports HI XI BILLIES SET YEAR'S RECORD TO DEFEAT RATTLERS 53-32 SIDELINE SHOTS Say have 'ou notce(1 "xe new brleht shining ornamenta In the gym? Ob you haven't? Well then take a look around ns the next games un- furl and you will note that two fire extinguishers have been attached to the walls Mr. Taylor has been hav- ing headaches of late over the fact that the gym lights have a short or two somewhere and sometimes when the switch Is plugged fire crawls all over the box. Hence the fire extin- guishers. But we stnrtcd to haul down one of those ornaments the other night and cool the Billies when they stopped a fast-bteaklng and snapshooting St. Mary's club from San Antonio. With jack McCullcy again leading the scoring chalking up 24 points dur- ing the contest and Davenport trail- ing pretty close behind the Billies looked like the class of these parts. Hank McCurdy sank some good shots --none close -and Wohlford turned in a good name. Then Charlie Chrane found the open s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 January 1937

I fc I ' in .r t c.nmmiM ii.iVi m 'ftMvJl m.: 1 M " '- 1 :. r "9 A BETTIS & College Girls' Clothes VWAWyWHAWAWASWAW.V.V.V.V.V.V 8.9 8 1 Q B H 18.UUUJLfl.9.B.l.l.fl fl.0.9 fl 9 CAMPUS DUST We thought that women carried chips on their shoulders but It seems that the modern version Is to cany them on their heads. Have you seen Kathleen Gunckel's red hat? Bertsle-Wortzle Knoll the old Ho- nico of the campus Is leaving Daniel Baker for the little city of Graham. Ah how we feel for those poor git Is with the busted hearts that will be left behind. So Mae Rhee and the business man- ager of the Yellow Jacket were going swimming. Klnda rushing the sea- son aren't they? Looks like It took "Jeep" Jordan to overthrow the almighty alliance between Strickland and Snodgrass for the protection of the fragile Rose Poole. Go it mannle! He sure must have it bad. The little Slider- frosh came home from Comanche Sunday afternoon and spent the night (Sunday) writing a nice long letter to his little g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 February 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian m n IS IP YOU ARC INTKRCITCD IN THI CROWTH OP DANIEL IAKCR YOU ARK A PART OP ITI GROWTH. l'- i b- VOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LECC BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elb.rt Hubbard. -.-m. I(. iy.01 mooojj 0 Velumt XXXI. MOWNWOOD TIXAt FRIDAY FEMUARY 5 1937 CLASSES CLUBS COMPLETE PLANS: COUNCIL ALSO MEETS UlftflflP? c MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS rc n a 5 vrrvvrrrrrrrsr. Seems that the old school Is get- ting too tough for some of the stu- rfnt. Several of them failed to re- ippear following the end of the first term. Wc don't know yet what has happened to all of them they may rum up a little later. However there . a number of new faces on the campus. Some of the newcomers are enrolling for the first time but there are several who have been here In the past and uie coming back for a little further enlightenment on the subject of education. The chapel program next Tuesday Is being planned to honor Dr. B. T. McClelland founder of Daniel Baker College. The special exercises...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 February 1937

!' i "r .1 IV fe THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter t16 Member 0J? FtoocidedGolleoioto Press Distributors of GoOeftide Di6est 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 Jack McClendon Circulation Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser Hollywood Flashes NEWS OF THE 8TAR9 PICTURES ANO WHAT HAVE YOU FROM HERE THERE AND EVERYWHERE. By: IQNATZ America's "Little Sweetheart" Shirley Temple In Special Midnight Show At Lyric Saturday KOl'ND-KOMN FOOTBALL Throughout the United Status sporting circles are busily dis- cussing the problem of efficiency determining the champion in each conference. It is universally agreed that the present percent- age plan is in every sense of the word unsu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 February 1937

" Pfled the Olrla' Dormi- ..-srfSiSn? a letwr' term exams. urno called Fltzle and Loel two- tblTofSerhrceMo8qutt"7Bltt! But! . it looks like Bob Farrls has t. Watlcy teally IntereBted in learn- 1 ' vive or Is If Jut Edwlna iCmorS? Watch closely Mat- thew! Wright mean by all the dust around here. anyway Silent strength of Daniel Baker- Dean McClelland. Dudley: (Eyeing new transfer) Is e.ffi!K.f asleep He's no prlng chicken And who looked jealous when the JZ f Warts occupied Hubert Daven- Si attention during a recent car K? Tlsn! Tish! All's fair in war and college. signed at registration: .. .11.1 Mrs. "! a a. McHorse romantif? Who knows Emma Catherine and her VPW fellow. ' What could VFW mean? Surely not Very Pond of Women. How did the Freshman President Bettlck and Ho Mae Mlchal make it at the President's Ball 7 Hire a de- tective. I can't keep up with every- thing. Wonder why Charles Chrane Is so anxious to get a good teaching job this next year? Which one of the three stooges is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 February 1937

w; . i I t YMMMMMMAAAWWWWWVWWVWWWb BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. I College Girls' Clothes I BILLIES OPEN LOOP SEASON WITH 39-38 WIN OVER ACC SIDELINE SHOTS The Daniel Baker Hill Billies open- ed their 1937 conference season with an extra period victory over Abilene Christian College with a score of 39-37 In the Wildcats' own gymna- sium last Friday night. The Billies featuring the sharp shooting Davenport took an early lead and were able to hold it until the Just reviewing the reviews: We see Intermission when the count was 15-'in the paper that Austin College is 10. In the last half the Wildcats led .ambitious as the Kangaroos prepare by Parker and Stcller tied the tallies to test the Hill Billy quintet. This of the Billies and had a four-point ' scuffle is supposed to answer a qucs- lead at one time. jtlon which is one of our supreme In- The last few minutes of the tegular terests says the Sherman sports playing period was a see-saw affair scribe that Is will the Hill Billies with first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 February 1937

"fflsfcT? Daniel Baker Collegian fe W1 r pi IP YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE h GROWTH OP DANIEL BAKER YOU YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbm Hubbard. ARK A PART OP ITS GROWTH. j r " " ' ii rniririniiimiiWiBiliiWffrMjiriri.jWt(iV Volume XXXI. Daniel Baker Founder Honored In Special Chapel Service SIXTY STUDENTS FIRST SEMESTER HONOR ROLL 3MRANINGLESS : MEDITATIONS i jff5BflUUUB8aIBB'B'nrc In spite of everything It seemB tnai there should have been a larger crowd in the Coggln Chapel yesterday morn- ta at the service honoring Dr. Mc- Clelland. The founder of Daniel Bak- er College was one of the outstanding educators of Texas and the south during his lifetime and he has done more than any one single person to prepare for the education of young H.n .mil vounir women of this sec tion. He Is tftrocuy responsiote m the establishment of Daniel Baker and served as the first president of the Institution holding that office for thirteen yea is 1881-1901. It was lar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 February 1937

H n L- S'-'.Ml M' THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter Wb Member QJ? Associated GoUecfeto Prt ss Distributors of GotlediateDi6est 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 McClendon Assistant Business Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser iMamgmm. w t "-Jl-YTii -f LIL One of the foremost questions before the United States Con- gress today is should the Supreme Court bench be enlarged? President Roosevelt has inaugurated as one of his initial admin- istrative measures a bill to increase the number of judges pre- siding over a case from nine to lo claiming that in so doing more impartial hearing may be had. The development of the Supreme Court has been in itself an interesting historical event. Provided for in the U...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 February 1937

inmftiu" AMPUSDlg tessss y- - mte at night strolls seem to Shfwith Preston Watson and f Cst ry " nan. Last s.n th JcSng the tracks and headed for town. . r E. Wells really fear the Tc editor seems to be hold ng Ser hi- head? How strong is the tijreail? i-f. We wish someone would .Cllta Walker up to the fact .he isn't 8tminhlgh school. B Newton happily declared his S?h5h school girl hadn't forgot- "i him He claims to have received J;; letters since she movea W.y. Some memory. Absence makes the heart grow fnnder or someone else. Latest case: ffp.r.ls1 "ttlc son. Robert and SyrtJne of the House of Robey. ? Sounds complain that they can't get enough hot water to scrub the dining hall on Saturday afternoon. Looks as If some of the girls still practice their coun try habits. Does Fred Welhausen scare easily or Is it Just his conscience? At any tate he Is reported to be avoiding the basement of the Fine Arts build ing after dark. Boo! What does the band director mean by going around imitat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 February 1937

wiw BILLIES THUMl US DOWN WHEN CITY BOUND OR COME AROUND WHEN YOU ARE IN TOWN If you don't need anything make a social visit of It. If we don't Know you personally Just yell BAKER and we will get acquainted mighty quick. CHRIS LANKFORD'S LEATHER and SHOE SHOP 108 CENTER AVENUE SIDELINE SHOTS WED. FEB. 17th ONE DAY ONLY 2 Shows Daily 2:30 and 8:30 P. M. All Seal Reserved! The Billies are In the top flight! Yes that fast stepping aggregation though barely surviving the tilt at A. C. C. has gone to town. Austin College Is out -of the way but the Kangaroos gave a good account of thcmsleves while they were here. It was with regret that we heard of their automobile accident on their return to Sherman. w& Wlllliffl Shtktipttre'i and Cast Oraat loyondDticrlptlon I .rajsiiiVBrB 11V 0ME0IU1IET i k i' HUL BILLIES TOPPLE LOOP FAVORITES FOR TWO UPSETS Led by Davenport and McCullcy in the scoring department the Billies climbed two steps higher on the Tex- as Conference ladder last Friday and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 February 1937

Turn - in ".- lvmjTnrfwtfiif vwrnntiMii-HrfuMfa' nonft Daniel Baker Collegian IP YOU ARK INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKER YOU ARC A PART OP ITS GROWTH. "MA YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbtrt Hubbard. Vilum XXXI. ROWNWOOD TIXAt FRIDAY FURUARY 19 1937 NUMBER 18 tflOHKHT PLAYERS TO GIVE MYSTERY SHOW WEDNESDAY JJflf ' Thompson to Give Desraeli atACC nt8Bftnat MEANIINULI1SD MEDITATIONS LCTBflfllUMIIIIT.t The students have been howling for Il dirt and mud. This week we giving them the dust. That is we Sv ng them all that could be put fl orlnt. We have had a special Ef of reporters on the trail for the e week Just gathering whatever Mowd up In the way of slander. If ffudent body is hungry for some Sf&iy -tuff. Just have the libel C repealed notify us and hold vour ears snui yum "- --j Tn What can't be found by the Col- Sian snoopers sleuths and busy. S isn't worth reading. We Just haven't printed all that was found Sue we were afraid of the st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 February 1937

Jl ifM r i ' iV I. THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter I0J6 Member 19)7 ftjsocirJed Gottefiiote Prss Distributor of Cbteflate Digest 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 Cora Fowles Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manuger Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser WHY ALL THE BOOS.' Noticably prominent during tne two games last week end was the unsportsman-like attitude taken by the spectators on several outstanding occasions. Visiting players and the official were showered with boos and cat-calls from the fans. This is not only a breach of the spirit of sportsmanship but it is all uncalled lor. Two-thirds of those joining in railing the different persona did not know why they were heaping deri-: sion on who ever it might have been. They hissed and bubled ju...

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