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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 April 1937

JTcaMPUS DUST 3 igniiiiii urn m n " HlflhllihU of tht WMk a.iile Bess dreamed the other night w Rudolph Brswster wu matron l Tdomltory. What a time those J lust have been having. Do some WSL dreaming Snllle nd see what SJns xt. Nice going Rudolph. rharlle Chrane la In one section of uell. a" UP untU very few day" B Louise wu in the other. What !' the excuse which you used for STtransfer Loulse7 ttve Jo Sanderaon and Rasa Rhodes have reached the fighting . Whether It means anything or "TiJ .... to some of the more exper- jewed snoopers. We only see what we ttt auu say u " Hubert Davenport seems to be get- ting along without getting so much Mint now. You learn very rapidly jvhen' necessary Hub. Funderburk definitely declares that the Klrl from Stephenvllle is out of the running. And one of his ex-flashes was through Brownwood last Sunday afternoon. Farewell to arms or call to arms? unrips of bribery in the recent elec tions have been spreading about the campu. Seems that the president...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 April 1937

'? ; t i i i .5 1 if m r HITHER AND YON jIMWIIIIWWIWnWWWIWmWinTWHnnmini illH HIIM1 1 Um HE'S HERE AGAIN A bagpipe unit the only one in the United States has been organized by Col. George P. N. Dalley head of the military depaitment at the University of Iowa. i- mm ..-- mm .. mil in lue iu yearn irum iouv i" ""i i Colorado produced coal wotth $785-1 000000. This waa 940000000 morel than the value of gold produced in the state during the same period. Collecting neckties of fumous people Is the hobby of Wilfred P. Hat man University of Chicago student. His museum has cravats that once belong- ed to Tom Mix; Lum and Abner radio comedians and Kagawa Japanese orator. The bequest of $6000000 by H. Fred Behrens of Wheeling W. Vn. to Washington and Jefferson College is the largest ever made available to the institution. BBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBV1' St? BK - '-"-"."i mnnniiiiiiv' j$ bbbm BBBBBBBBBBBBBkiBBBKBBBBBBaBj HVlf ZSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBb BBBBBBBBBBVCllnFSi BBBBBBn BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 May 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian f $ fl IF VOU ARC INTKRCITIi IN THK YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert HuDbird. GROWTH OF DAMtCL IAKCR YOU I ARK A MAT ? IT! SROWTH. Velum XXXI. ROWNWOOD TIXAt FRIDAY MAY 7 1937 Number 29 mnft"a MEANINGLESS L! MEDITATIONS famiiiniiiii'iHiit The time It nsar at hand whan school will b dlamlaastf far tha sum- mer month. Tha aanlara will be leaving tha campua far tha laat time itudents and It la poaelbla that a number of tha undsretsssmsn will not return. Many comradeships will be ended many frlanda parted. However there la still tha future to look to. Mora atudenta will enroll in the aehool next year. Tha allege will have one of Ita beat yaara In 19371938. Only three iaauea of the Colleglau remain. Soon the annual will be In the bands of the atudenta. Tha laat social gathering of the various clubs and classes will be history. Graduation exercises will be comleted. Teachers will make preparations for entertain ing the students w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 May 1937

J i i iV " 1 m 4 I' J w j i '' n i it i t : !S- 1. t L 1 ' ' Ni IS i '-Tmj THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Pott Off let of Brownwood Tex. a second cUas Matter IW6 Member W Associated Gofeftiofc Prsss Distributor of GottefiiafeDfeetf 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 Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser In spite of the fact that many will return to school their ac- quaintance with Daniel Baker as far as real educational accom- plishment is concerned will be ended. They are completing their work in the school and will leave their old friends and schoolmates. They are leaving the institution for the last time. To the underclassmen: May you return for a bigger and better year of work in 1937-1938. The school will be waiting for you. To the seniors: M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 May 1937

RPUSDUST I fcyytnrsaooflBBearWBMUB' True? I Doubt Itl Bint lvls M lolnK things up rather late doing strong after three years and eight month! of bachelothood. ToURh luck Bud. You should huve started a little sooner. (Mamie. 0. jjoyd is the name.) OaBton Alford stages a come-back. VVill succeed Frank Coker. Shannon and the "Queen of Sheba". VVe still can't sec why the boy spends every week end In Stephenvllle. Hlh fiancee he says. Bill Biookover was doing a little romancing the other night with one of the gli's of his fourtn or second type We don't know Just which type it wan. He takl about half. Esther Bohlln has found a new ob- ject for her affections. None other than the great "Beans" Morris. Did you know him Esther? Embanasscd Zelda? I never seen the like of such people. And whitey don't enre. nreilrfannw n w ...... ... fTJ deMrve.d the honor- vtn If L. d?ni ?pMCaU "" N'ce going man for the Job. Some people are of a most romantic temperament. Ye editor was asked KL u halB elter R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 May 1937

li I 4 iV ft ' . IS Peeves listed; Fewer Needed; Pick Your Own Pet peeves selected from a group which has been In the process of formation for nearly nine months make up the following list of "chief objections" among the membets of this and other student bodies over the s.tate. Probably the first item of Import- ance according to the male members of the fourth estate is the subject of women Both as Inevitable and ever- lasting pests and as a womout topic of argument they have filled more columns in college newspapers during the past few years than any single occurence or situation that has been discovered in recent years. Most of the men will admit that women are essential to the well being of every Individual and most organization but the fact that they can't stay out of the way when they are not wanted .seems to be the chief objection. Second probably in the minds of the students would come the everlasting- scandal columns. Though the ma- jot ity of the students In high schools an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian If YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE j CROWTH OF DANIEL BAKER YOU 1 ARE A PART OP ITS CROWTH. I YOU CAN LEAD A IOV T CfV LE6E IUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-tlttrt MuMsrl. 1 - -- mrnriAj m-uu. - .J Volume XXXI. STUDENTS FACE TO VIEW I. ULUUmHiMt.tJLa.tt.tAAJUL MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS rum vrmrvrrn rrra a a The West Texas Chamber of Com- merce convention brought a few days of variety to add to the work of the end of the year. We must have had lots of people In thlB city from all accounts we have heard and from our own experiences. Hope they enjoyed the meet as much as the directors ex- pected them to. It was really a great affair and we know that the Hill Billy band had a big time. They have been looking forward to this convention all year. Ah well here's wishing success and prosperity to all of the member cities of the W. T. C. C. Nearer and nearer draws the close of school. We only have about three weeks to go now. What will the result be? Everything seems to be in fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1937

'.) 5 :i i i 4 1 u H t1 i ; .1 t fc 't j 1 i THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. m Mcond cImi matter 1916 Member QJ? Associated Cbteokfe Prtss Distributors el GoteeiateDfcerf 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 Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser VESTED AUTHORITY The president of a college Daniel Baker in this instance is the head of the school. In his hands lies the government of the in- stitution. He is responsible for the actions of the students as well us for their scholastic achievements. It is his duty to guide and direct the destinies of the school. Any digression from the rules of procedure cast black marks against his work. Low grades on the part of the students shows laxity in the supervision of the work of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1937

tmium CAMPUS DUST E r 8 a vnrwrm imii w ' . u..nVi nt arutrlnt corral fJt and hired snoopers on the poffi week. What do you think of lr Sorts? Boy oh oy. We don't Soi how the lads managed it but Zmt trtan first appearances that Ly did a pretty good Job. it tfenM tat Marcelle is ho inter- Jn Bomeone in Miles that she had iSr wilt htm a letter than eat. n is rumored that Peggy has been (.itlv accused about Saturday SSJS-y 8- Wewomler! Why weic Bee's ears so red last iMdav afternoon when she and some If ber friends came out of the Gem? ue wonder If the "Jeep" is making .nv oroKiess with Cora. Competition jjpiltty strung isn't it? What fair damsel across the tracks hu attructed the attention of Billy Stewart? Watch your step Billy! Bob Asbury reported a very pleas- ant week end at home last week. Hal- lt von bail better be more careful tbout whoie you let him go hereafter. The "Cracked-Nuts" from San Saba inioyed another voyage to the old home town last week end. No details were forthco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1937

a t l i y ii i M M Mi 1 "H ? 1 I NEW FILM TEAM "v -$ j stbbbbBPIbbm Ynit'li see Jean Mulr and Domikli Woods the hoi eon's newest lomantic team torn between their love and their duty tu the medical profession in the First Nutlonul drama that probes behind the scene of a big city clinic "Once a Doctor" which conies to the Lyi 1c 1 heutre on Thursday. WEARING OF (Continued from page 1) diploma given In confeiment of the degiec. Suggestions for the Cap 1. Material Serge or worsted stuff or for the Doctor's degree only vel- vet. 2. Form So-called mortar-board. 3. Color Black. 4. Tassel A long tassel to be fas- tened to the middle point of the top of the cap only and to He as it will theteon; to be black except that the Doctor's cap may have its tassel of gold thiead. A golden tassel is usually fastened to hang over the left fiont of the cap. If the tassel Is fastened only ut the center of the top of the cap It may lie in any direction with equal meaning since a passing breeze will determ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 May 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian Velumo XXXI. tBf "'" MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS IB8a8BTdT8B With this edition of the Collegian we bid adieu for this year it la not good-bye. We will be back to cause more trouble In 1937-1938. In fact you will be greeted on September 17 with an Issue of this rag. That Is what we think of this student body. We are rtady to start dishing the dirt before they get the home-town mud out of their eyes. Anyway that's a warn- ing. Three cheers for the new side- walks. That Is a real step toward the beautlf Icatlon of our campus. A thousand thanks from very mem- ber of the student body should be voted for the parsons who are re- sponsible for the work. Maybe that will furnish a little Inspiration for some of the rest of us to go to work and do a little something to help out In tht plan. Sidewalks flowers shrubbery tree-trimming general clean-up of the buildings and several other things will help. Just what has been accomplished and what remains to be done? ie ready to st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 May 1937

fc 4 I 1 ."i iV vi r-M j 1 1 1 t U I J THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Poit Office of Brownwood Tex. stcond elm assttsr IW6 Member 1917 ftssockfed Gbtootts Press Distributors ( GoledotePtot 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 Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Adviser l&m&GBL pr.i-xf rg-7r f 23L KEEP YOUR FACE' "Keep your fucu always to the sunshine and the shadows will fall behind you." The interpretations of this little bit of wisdom may be many but for us there is only one. Keep the b'oal in sight. Forget all that is behind and concentrate on the future. Look toward the rising sun and let the setting sun cover the mistakes of the day. Only remember never to make the same error on two different days. That is not in the formula. Elbert Hubbard s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 May 1937

iilHlllHHW"Wfr i CAMPUS DUST & luiiniiiiimiiiir Weil after this week the seniors lit bo gone and the undergraduates !fli be too busy to think of dust so wre goes the dope the whole dope Jnd nothing but the dope so help me Dn Cupid- So other writer on the ataff has been more thoroughly cussed and more often quoted than the snoop In the and storm. Everyone from gray- Udod faculty members to giggling reshmen girls had It In for him. At times no insurance company would have written an accident policy for him. Just anything can happen in a sand storm you know. His woiks have been misleading In some cases and not complete and authentic in others. Just poetic Keen- MS you know but woe to the ones he jtuck. They stayed stuck. But be hasn't been a bad guy after all. Theie is much he has kept cov- ered up for the good of all people. Take Mary Hart for Instance. Who would have thought that pretty lit- tle daughter of Dean Hart secretly admired the great Skipper Howard and stoutly declared ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 May 1937

f C-V . J i ! i .ffl Buy Allen-A Swim Suits s " 'v. . A ".' : ru v ' " . vn . .vr -v :.m . ' '; BS' K. :"WBBBm V -S..y Ey-i-'Cl'. f sX"J 's s- .. -.VJ Where Quality Costs No More Clever and Smart at Popular prices $1.95 to $7.50 Settts 6ifcU&ic BW "THE LADIES STONE" Headquarters for College Girls' Clothes Love-Sick Writer Runs Amuck Again THIS KISSING RACKET ISN'T WHAT IT'S PUCKERED UP TO E SO READ AND HEED. SIGHT FOR AN EYE Andiu Kohtelanetz conductor of the Chesterfield Broadcasts over CBS Wednesdays at 9:00 P AI E. D. S. T. has been engaged by Paramount Pictures to do the conceit sequences In AltTISTS AND MODELS the 1937 version of the nil-star lineup featuring Jack Benny Burns and Allen and other outstanding radio personalities. Counting upon Kostclunetz' versa- tile abilities this new picture to be released early in the fall will provide the famed Chesterfield conductor with I an Important role ... a real sustaining part Instead of a short feature bit. The idea is current i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 1937

WMm Daniel Baker Collegian i IF YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH Of DANIEL BAKER YOU ARE A PART OF ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL. LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbtrt Hubbard. I tl I Velume XXXI. ROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 31 1937 Number 32 VE-"773 Trammell and Logan Named Honor Students of the Senior Class of 1937 jHII inmiiiiHmt MEANINGLESS MEDITATIONS fat 5 a 5 in b b BVorryrrs 8 a a . Maybe It's a surprise and maybe it Isn't but here is the senior edition which we have been hoping that we would be able to distribute during the commencement services. This Is the thirty-second edition of the Collegian for this year. We hope that it is one of the best. We have called it the Senior Edition and we hope that the lentois will accept it though we do not think that it Is worthy of them. We hate to see the seniors leaving the school. It is a certainty that they will not again return to the campus as students and it will be true that In muny Instances the young men and young w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 1937

v THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as Mcond dais natter 1936 Member IW ftssocicted Gofetiofc Pra Distributors tf Cbtepkfe Digest THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief Mallie Kilgore Associate Editor Hurachel G. Dunn Associate Editor Kara Newton Sports Editor Mary Hart Society Editor Cora Fowles Columnist Editorials PIERCE SHANNON Business Manager Dudley McClendon Assistant Business Manager Holon Post Wright Faculty Adviser 4&& M '5!?A Pfr DANIEL BAKER IN 1937-1938 What can we say of Daniel Baker in the year to come? Devel- opments (lurinjr the past few months have been so fast and so tar reaching that we hesitate to make predictions. Unhesitatingly we say that the school will grow in power and in worth and become greater as the days go by but the manner in which the growth will be carried out is the ouestion mark in our minds. H Certainly the work of the past year will be carried on. Gene i Taylor no longer the "Lone Wolf of the Tex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 1937

Sports Resume for Season Shows Personalities Ideals Billies' Results Hill Billie Columnist Bids Adieu In Words of Praise for Athletic Teams ball school and It waB a bunch of happy Billies that won the Texas Conference Championship. Gene will have another Job on his hands when next fall he prepares to defend this title. Four starters and regulars like Jake McCullcy Hubert Davennort. Charlie Chrane and Hank McCurdy win dc absenting themselves leave positions hard to fill. And It will be hard to find men who can fill these positions as efficiently as have the named four. Prom among many other things we might find much that would serve here. But eleven Hill Blllle seniors shall never forget the McMurry games that Coggln banquet the band and pep-squad nor the Daniel Baker basketball tournament. They shall fondly remember spring train- ings and other sessions practice or otherwise Gene Tricky "Kelley" and the loyal student body. And may each and every one help win those future home-coming...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 1937

wwmww'w GOOD-BYE AND GOOD LUCK WILL SEE YOU WHEN SCHOOL STARTS IN SEPTEMBER BETTIS & GIBBS INC. COLLEGE GIRLS' CLOTHES 'If ;i J ? S. 1 M WAWVWWUW DBC INSTRUCTOR J.ajlJUlSLSULSULSLSLSLStJJIASULSLSLSLA.9 CAMPUS DUST J; :t :-r- . - BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl BSfcsi LHILHkLBsLLLLLLLLLiiiMaLj. lr - 1 .JilllllllllllllllllllllllHHHHHHM llllllllllllllllHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHi V ITH.TI rwwwwwwwvww -cmmmm.-"- -sr. ;rr"Msw - t k i'.. m.f r i (Continued ftom page 1) cr than those which have no lenl foundation on fact. He says that the love lyrics uic all tight In their place but In his UiosIh on the woik of the newer school of wiltets he omitted practically all of the wuika of the younger roinantlcH. Students have extended to their iti- sttuctor their best wlbhes for hla success In the new Held which he has selected and have urgently le- quosted that he return to the school when he has completed his woik. It has been announced that Prof Mac- Kay will c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 September 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian AMAMMMMMMAMMMWWWVWWWWW IP YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP OANIEL BAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. VOU CAN LEAD A SOY TO COL LEGE IUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINIC-EIKrt Hukstrtf. lj-)JJ-UTU(njj-ujy-)J-t-fJnJ MMMAMMMAMMWMMkJWWWM ij Volume XXXII. Daniel Baker Band Begins Year's Work; Twenty-five Member Expected by Lively NEW DIRECTOR GETS EARLY START. BEST BAND IN THE HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE EX- PECTED. SYMPHONY BAND BE- ING PLANNED. Daniel Baker's band will be com- posed of students from all parts of the state this year and under the direction of Alvls O. Lively It is ex- pected to be one of the finest musical organizations that has appeared on the campus. Lively comes to Daniel Baker from Gaston High School Joinerville Tex- as. His band last year won superior rating In the state contests and has amassed a wide variety of honors dur- ing the time that he has been band- master in the school. Several mem- bers of the band this year have played under the direct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 September 1937

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Eatsred at Pott Office of Brownwood Tex. as second claM matter W6 Member IW Associated Cbfeeks Prass DUtributonef Cbleeicte Digest THE STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Editor-in-Chief R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager CLASS OF 1941 WELCOME YOU have selected Daniel Baker as your college home for the next nine months. We offer you our congratulations on your choice and extend to you a hearty welcome to the campus and all phases of school life. Our desire is that you will learn to love Daniel Baker as we and thousands of ex-students love her. Daniel Baker's standards ideals and traditions have with- stood nearly a half a century of hardship and struggle; they have been strengthened and made permanent factors in school life by the thousands of young men and women who have worked and studied together on the campus in the historic buildings on the athletic field and in life. The high standards of scholarship and the Christian ideals on which the institution was founded h...

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