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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 September 1937

September 17 Harks For Four Texas Texas Conference football squads will get under way this week-end when four of the circuit's members will send teams Into the fray for the year. Austin College McMurry and Daniel Baker will start the ball flying and rolling Friday when they engage out-of-loop teams in season openers and St. Edward's will follow with a game Saturday. With Texas Wesleyan of Fort Worth working out with the other conference members a larger number of games will be played this year. Official title play does not begin until October 1 when McMurry meets Austin College in Sherman and How- ard Payne engages Trinity U. in Waxahachle. Daniel Baker will make her first bid for conference honors when she meets Austin College in Sherman on October 8. The complete schedule for the teams of the Texas Conference fol- lows: Conference Schedule 0 Sept. 17 Austin college vs. Den- ton Teachers at Denton Durant Teachers vs. McMurry at Abilene' Weatherford Junior college vs. Dan- iel Baker...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 September 1937

W W !? HERE IS A HEARTY WELCOME Nsw Students and Students Returning We Will All Be There Yelling for the Billies BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes ' THEY ARK STILL WITH Ut Billies Whip Coyotes 41-0; Men Skw Great Promise in Opening Encounter Sensational run by Whltmire the kicking of Funderburk. and the power of the Hill Blllle line featured the 410 triumph of the Daniel Baker gridmen over the Weatherford Junior College Coyotea In the season opener at the high school grid last night. Quite a contrast to the game with the Coyotes last fall was the dry field. Playing In the mud the Billies downed the Coyotes 20-6 In the home opener of the season. A punting duel between Ship Howard and McClaln of the enemy was replaced by the running attack of the Billy gackfleld and the gallant defense by the visi- tors. The Billies started rough but a few minutes of play found them hit ting the line and bounding Into the win column. In the first quarter Bak- er kicked. We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 September 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian Vslums XXXII. Ones' Aran! OUT ON THE HILL Time for things to get under way out on the Hill. The posts of editor and business manager of the Trail are still vacant and it seems that it will be some time before anything will be done about it. The work should be well in hand already and the staff is still missing. Both the president and vice-president of the student body will in all probability be gone for the next two weeks. What is to be done? Love Is blossoming right along. In spite of the fact that there are so many other things to be done the campus Is beginning to look natural again with all the gals and boys running around together. As a re suit much of the business of the school a minor detail Is lagging. However the novelty of the be ginning of school will soon wear off and things will gain headway for a great year. Classes finally got under way about Monday it appears. Some of the stu- dents were rather slow about finding their haunts for the days to co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 September 1937

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN stored at Pott Office of Brownwood Tex. ss ateond elan matter We Member IW teoctastd Gofefiiols Prats Distributors ef GofetiafeDfeerf MHItftNTM Od NATIONAL AOtTUIN rlitkMttrtWHStnrlct!. CMfaf hMltkm Ktprtunlatit 4SO Madiion Avt. Niw YONK. N. Y. (ikmi mtar lot Mam i reiieo STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR Managing Editor CORA FOWLES Assistant GERALD HOLLEY PEGGY CHARNQUIST MARCELLE SHULTS Special Reporters R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT Faculty Sponsor "TIME IN HER FLIGHT . . ." Today is and tomorrow is not. The present fills and the future empties. One generation speaks and another generation silences. Man lives but a brief moment and comes to his long home and the years know not those who came before. As the farther away we draw from a range of mountains the more nearly the same size they all appear to be so all things past blend together. The golden moments in the stream of life run past us.and we see nothing but sand. Time forgets all th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 September 1937

Texas Loop Teams in Action This Week; Conference Play Will Start Next Friday RoiM'lkeSiWk "Nations Uglleat" la the title that baa bean applied to the Daniel Baker HIU BUlie football team by the editors of the PRAIRIE student newspaper at West Texas State Teachers College. Sixteen of-the twenty-seven men who are making the trip to California ap- peared a couple of weeks ago with barely enough stubble on their heads to prove that they had once had hair. We soil believe that the BiUlea could come out way ahead In a hair pulling contest and we know that they can do Just as well In a battle on the grid Iron. Those individual introductions of the team members mad by Gene and Tricky at the pep-rally in the Lyric Theatre last Wednesday night left nothing wanting. And the bald heads sained almost as much as the faces of the lads who are carrying the name and fame of Brownwood to the far reaches of the nation. Everyone is backing the Billies on this Jaunt. It seems that people are finally beg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 September 1937

m m Sdiia GibU&tc bbW- "THI LADIES STORE" t4 Headquarters for COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES - - -iiii AND THE BOYS HAD A MERRY SESSION Lions Take Indians 24-0 in Home Game Co-Captain Jimmle McHorse waa the spark-plug of the Brownwood high chool offense as the Lions defeated the class B Comanche Indians In the first home clash of the local squad this season 24-0. The Lions took their opening match from Eastland last week 13-0. McHorse scored three of the Lions' four touchdowns to take all scoring honors for the game. Leon Woodward made the other tally when he fell on a ball that had been passed over the goal line by the Comanche center. McHorse scored on runs of 15 10 and 19 yards and was the most consistent ground gainer of the game. Brownwood led 6-0 at the half fol- lowing a fumble recovery on the In- dian 20 yard line. McHorse scored on a run of 14 yards around right end and IB around left end. The Indians failed to stop the Lions during the last half and had to be content with watch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 October 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian 1M7 Member l3t Associated Gbleftiafe Press Dittributor of CbDe6iateDi6Gsl HitlonIAdvtrtliinStrWcfhc. Ctlltn ruHltktrt RtprtunMlv 4SO Madison Avi. Ntw York. N. V. Cmcmo laiton Lot Anoint n nunciico Velum XXXII. Glantin' Around OUT ON THE HILL Main topic of conversation on the campus these days Is the progress of the football team . . . should be In California getting ready for that big game now . . . will be sleepless nights for many students tonight and tomorrow . . . maybe Gene and Tricky are not having It so easy either . . . we'll be waiting for the bell to ring though . . . Junior Wil- liams has a big crush on Eunice the new trombone tooter (we think) . . . says It's the red hair . . . she don't give him much of a tumble . . . Fowls (right) seem to have been roosting near the dorm . . . eggs on the lawn every morning . . . band is loosening up to go to town this week . . . new music being introduced . . . TCBB getting under way . . . means stories of more ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 October 1937

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Estsred at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON. JR CORA FOWLES GERALD HOLLEY PEGGY CHARNQUIST MARCELLE SHULTS R. E. WELLS MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT STUDENTS Last year Daniel Baker had a better a bigger and a happier on the campus. Mrs. Ward is She wants 1000 at least cx-students and present students at a breakfast on the morning of the homecoming celebration. She wants a really valuable chapel program following that. She wants a tea for the ladies in the afternoon. Shu wants a barbecue supper at night. She wants Daniel Baker to win a ball game that night. What Mrs. Ward wants she usually gets. Daniel Baker is able to have a big homecoming. She has thousands of ex-students. AH are more or less interested in the school. Maybe that interest has lagged during the past few years but it can be revived. That is place. What Mrs. Ward wants she usually gets in some way. She will have her great homecoming and there are certain stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 October 1937

Roamm the Sideline Attention all you freshmen! Do you realise what percentage of the Daniel Baker enrollment you represent? Do you realize that if you are spasmodic in your support of the Billies and If your enthusiasm no more than match- es that of the freshman classes of the past that interest and spirit will die out? You have the sophomores Jun- iors and seniors outnumbered. Now let's see If you can swing into that old Daniel Baker spirit your upperclass- men have. Even the freshmen know that we have the best gridiron prospects In the conference but all of the students are not swinging Into the spirit of things as they should. Fall In line with the real supporters of the Billies and GIVE! It won't be long until kick-off time In San Francisco. The boys are going to need all of the help that they can get. The fortunate few who will be in the grandstands will do their best but it is certain also that the boys who will be fighting for the school would like to know that there are some...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 October 1937

&ttte&&lW&C lbk "THI LADIES STORE -- Headquarters for COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES -- -...iii BILLIE BLEATS 8111 is out of business! She Juit couldn't hang on and face the barrage of questions that was always facing her. Wonder who was getting so close? It couldn't have been Jlmmie Moore. He has been too busy in other parts recently. Seems to have a different girl on the string every time you see him. That Is the kind of a guy you have to watch. Loel McKnlght was heard giving the editor instructions in regard to her freshman the other day. Seems that she Just didn't agree with the way a certain young man had been brought up and she was going to see that the friend of hers was treated right. He Is on the staff with the editor we hear. Emma has herself a man. Believe it or not. The lucky stiff has been In school here. Is now a laboring man. Ramsour we think. Cora received a very nice bouquet (pronounce it to please yourselves gals and guys) the other night. "To Mother Cora wi...

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

Daniel Baker Collegian iff? Meat iMi PuodchdCdU&Pe$ MMMMNtta re national avitimm by NtttomlMvtrtWiicStnicttlM. CHt HWthn Kttntnltlht 4IO MAOISON AVI. NEW VONR. N. V. Cmcam Bomi U AMiiif rcueo Gbfe6kiDit5est Volume XXXII. BROWNWOOD TIXAt FRIDAY OCTOSSR t 1t37 Number 4 Glancm Arond OUT ON THR HILL Received a letter Tuesday which did make me very homesick for a eertala portion of the country. . . . Daniel Baker wine ... she leemi to have the had luck there . . . all la hrlcht and cheery now eo ... the boys are back and ready for a go at the Austin Collee-a Kana-arooa . . . susMrt thecal only a day of rest before hitting the line again ... but they WILL win this time ... and thlagi wiU get under way on the campua wlthla a few daye . . . Kara will ha hack to etart hie work ae president of the student body . . . elections an to be held . . . John Arthur Is on deck so his place Is filled . . . needs a business manager though . . . classes need officers. . . S. O. i. club girls art orga...

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

THE DANIELfBAKER COLLEGIAN ItStrsd st Post Office of Brownwood Tex. m second class tttr STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR Managing Editor CORA FOWLES Assistant GERALD HOLLEY PEGGY CHARNQUIST MARCELLE SHULTS Special Reporters R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT Faculty Sponsor ISISJPQK r '-Afis5sv A MEANS OR AN END? Two fashionubly dressed Indies were sitting in the coffee shop of one of the most expensive hotels. One would have guessed looking at the two that the elder woman was the mother of the other. The younger woman looked as if she might have been a junior in college. Presently the waitress came to take their order. On seeing her the girl greeted her with delight and in- troduced her to the mother. After they had chatted a moment and the waitress had gone the mother inquired more about the girl wondering how her daughter could have become acquainted and furthermore be on such friendly terms as it seemed she had been with a waitress. The mother soon found out that thi...

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

RoamkitkeSAk Austin College Kangaroos Hen We Comet Fresh from California aa4 ready to open our eonfereaao raee with a bang. It la being rumored around the campua that Auatla la going to be tough and auch aeema possible but the Billlea do not aeem to think ao. They aeem confident that they will be on the long end of the aeore at the end of aixty mlautea of hard slay- ing. The queatlon that ia facing the BU- lle aupporter now la "Caa the boya handle a team like the Kaagarooa with auch very Uttle net after a 4600 mile trip?" It la quite obvioua that a team that ia Just back from a long trip ia haadl- capped to aome extent aad due to that fact the Billlea will go on the field aa the under-dogs. But we firm- ly believe that the reeerve power of the Billies haa not yet manifest It- self. Potential power la what counts in a tight place aad wa beUeva that the best will out. The Billlea arrived at the White House Wednesday night and received a rousing welcome all over the city Thursday. They...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 October 1937

BILLIE BLEATS John Williamson didn't do anything tout w have to mention him In the column once In a while for policy's take. Walter Barton Ball and Imogene Hill walking main street holding hand . . . you gueu. We thought It wai Stanford or Snodgrau or aomeone hut who could know? Someone teach Mary Gladys Pope how to apeak when being Introduced. She aeema to think that "I thank you" la the proper response or maybe "Excuse me" Instead of "How do youdoT" C. O. Logan courting Adelaide Bowman . . . Wyatt Morris and Imogene Hall hitting It off together . . . Polly Walker and Service Station Man Lacey ... so what . . . Dot Uriffin and Oochle Holmes elite of the campus usses say but what does that mean? . . just who has the mo- nopoly on Pete Barnes. We wonder. They aay that he is so polite that he will not argue with a lady. Will Jim Snodgrass be the sweet- heart of the Coggin Society again this year? He la a mighty fine one being aa how he has so many of these sweet- hearts anyway. And wh...

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

V- Daniel Baker Collegian itS7 Meaner IMS associated Gbfefiiofe toss Distributor of Cbfe6We Digest I MPMItNTtB -OH NAtlONAh BVIWTHIN T 1 NatiMMlMvtrtWiigSMvktfliieJ Ctlhf PutUthm KttnttntMM 4IO Madison Avi. New Yonn. N. V I Cmcmo ioito- lot Amuii it -m-ciico J Volume XXXII. GhnJn' Jbmd OUT ON THE HILL Freihman . . . sophomore . . . Junior i i . senior . . olase offlc cere ere being selected . . . also pep-leaders . . . also campus sweet heart . . . Who's Who candidates also . . . anything that Is to be elected or selected . . . Kara Newton In charge . . . maybe things will start happening now . . . that Is our prayer for the moment . . . big things are being planned for the year In that head belonging to Newton . . . I'll bet . . . And a good time was had by all . . . tough luck about the football game ... but ... it couldn't be helped . . . there's another coming up . . . will be here in a few days . . . better luck . . . when the game starts again . . . we're still behind the Bill...

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

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN r Entered at Port Office of Browawood T m SMond Um Matter STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR Managing Editor CORA FOWLES GERALD HOLLEY PEGGY CHARNQUIST. . . Special Reporters R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT Faculty Sponsor esvifiJ'4BP4pBaH. A SUGGESTION EXES! Daniel Baker is striving to hold the greatest reunion of ex- students that has ever taken place on the Daniel Baker campus. All who are interested in the work of the institution are making plans for the greatest gathering of Daniel Baker supporters that has been experienced. Activity in many places is reaching fever heat and is rapidly attaining the desired end. Still there nre other ways of arousing interest in the occasion. All of us want to see the largest possible number of exes present on this occasion. It will not only be a great thing for the students of the past but it will mean a lot to the students of today to see the spirit and the fire of those who have gone before. Now the su...

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

- Roamin'lbeSideline LKROY GARRETT When the Billies take the field against the Abilene Christian College Wildcats on November 13 it will con- clude the parade of events of our annual homecoming. Some 2S0 letters are being written and sent to former members of the student body of Daniel Baker. Mrs. Ward stated Wednesday morning that the college expected to entertain more than 600 alumni to be present for the occasion. The opening event of the great day will take place at the Brownwood Motel where the exes will be guest's at a breakfast supervised by Mrs. Ward. At 11:15 hundreds arc expected to bring their happy college days to life again when they again gather In the Coggin Memorial Auditorium for special exercises. The alumni will there be entertained with a program prepared by the students of the school. When the afternoon makes its ap- pearance the men will have to with- draw and leave the scene to the lad- ies who will be honored with a special tea sponsored by Mrs. Early and her...

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

BILLIE BLEATS Why la Elliott Miller so quiet and reserved this year? Has she given all of us the run-around again? Mow about It Jim? Kenneth Duncan can't decide be twecn Brownwood and Bangs. We would suggest that he stick to Brown wood since Wohlford Is back and ready to go again. TIMMINS MOORE (Continued froa Pago 1) Ed Cearnal had a little trouble clearing up a certain statement made In this column a short time ago. It appears that his one and only just doesn't trust him out of her sight. Wonder what could be wrong with that little red-head he had on the string anyway? "Lost: One girl friend. Small cute dumb but beautiful. Name your own reward for return. Nick Sawyer." Take a shot at that. Seems that the situation is getting serious about this time. Erskyne Robey used to have a Cole man high school senior ring. It seems that some other individual Is wearing same ring. Who 'tis? Speak up Ersky. It Is said that some of the football players have learned to write as well as read. One ...

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

Daniel Baker Collegian lt7 Meals? lflt fesockfedGofe&fetoss HHtiiinia tarn matisnal abvmtii NttltMlAivirtWiifSmkiMO Dittrfaittrtf am rtuutm Kttntnitttv 410 Madison Avi. Ntw York. N. V. CmCMO SSITOII L0 AMIlll l riARCIMO I A r Velume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Seems that the recreation room will be a reality . . . permission hat been secured to use a couple of room on the third floor . . . work hat been started ... a little has been done . . . time for some of the frosh to take hold now . . . tophi have taken hold as sponsors . . . ping-pong sets are to be donated . . . have already been promised. . . other furniture Is needed . . . do- nations being awaited . . . want to ee tome of those students who were to anxlout to have a place to ipend time . . . there's work to be done. Campus sweetheart to be selected In a few days . . . who will she bo . . . careful in making your choices boys . . . she must be sweet you know . . . and popular . . . and the choice of the entir...

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

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter " " STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR Managing Editor CORA FOWLES Assistant GERALD HOLLEY PEGGY CHARNQUIST . .Special Reporters R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT Faculty Sponsor DANIEL HAKKlt FLAG? Several students have asked during the past few days why the flag pole stood on the campus if it was not to be used. Some have gone so far as to suggest that the students or some supporter of the college design and make a Daniel Baker flag to be flown from the pole. For a number of years the flag pole has stood and there are many who have passed the campus day after day month after month and have never so much as noticed that there was such a thing on the campus. There are those who have studied worked and played on the grounds for several years and have paid almost no attention to the mast. A few observant newcomers however noticed the moment that they set foot on the campus that Daniel...

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