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

Jt V ( I Around Washington y Marvin Cox (ACP Correspondent) WASHINGTON D. C Twenty Ifht young college men and nine young women fresh from the campus this week entered the government service as "Internes" to learn about government from actual work in the departments. The "Internes" are sent here by the Institute of Public Affairs. They work for Uncle Sam purely for experience receiving no compensation for their labors. Their expenses are defrayed by the Institute by fellowships from their colleges and universities and in some instances by the funds of the "internes" themselves. Next June after their internships are completed the students will re' turn to college enter private Indus try or perhaps become attached to the pay roll as regular government employees. The object of the Institute's work is not to provide government Jobs for the internes but to teach them prac- tical facts of government. However if they prove their worth and "learn the business" during their internships the bu...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 October 1937

SPECIAL WEEK END SALE I B COATS SUITS AND DRESSES I $1M to $MS Values Formerly Much More M 9 Settis 6&U&c 1 few. "THE LADIES STORE" I MWMMTOiwwtBwira wrtom i wnwmwuwMffi.Hf arc?" BILLIE BLEATS These girls with their new individ- ual S. A. cases. C. P.'s (so-called Si- lent Passions). They are causing a lot of grief to some of the young men on the campus. There's Oinnle Boyd. She doesn't seem to make any bones about the guys she is falling for but who is that deep-down-in-the-heart secret love that she speaks of so often. And Jane of the house of Vernon seems to have a like problem on her mind. We know who he is but just couldn't tell for the world. So we pass on to Imogene Hill who does she really have on her mind. Maybe he is an ex-student but we just couldn't be so sure. Anyway she's giving all of the boys a break rjght now. So it could go on forever but give the gals a rest. At last we have the great William- son. He left his heart in Mississippi so 'tis reported. Judging...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 October 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian 99pppp JM? Msalsr If Ml PbiocttsdCfrjHsPiwI I MMMimtM -OH NATIONAL ADVtMTItlN It I MuSMlMVtrtiliflf SSfffCi- HIC 4 CMMff ntuumt Kttrtttnltitvt 410 MADISON AVI . NtW VONR. N. V. Cbfe6kfeDitft CaiCttO MtTOD lot Amiui ft 'm-ciico 1- . NN - BHB-v-gfYB Velume XXXII. Sophs Start Work on Recreation Room; Cooperation of Students Clubs Sought SOPHS TO SPONSOR PROJECT WITH ASSISTANCE OF STU DENT BODY. FOOTLIQHT FLAY ERS FIRST TO OFFER HELP. COUNCIL WILL AID. Work has finally been started on the Daniel Baker recreation room. At a meeting of the sophomore class held Wednesday morning members of the class voted almost unanimously to adopt as their project for the year the remodeling of the two rooms on the third floor of the administration build- ing into a recreation room for students in Daniel Baker College. George Allcorn president of the sophomore class will act as chair man of the committee which will have charge of the project. Members of the sophomore class who have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 October 1937

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Mnnnging Editor Associate Editor Corn Fowiea Sports Editors l.eroy Garrett Gerald Holley Club Reporters Peggy Chnrnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson BUSINESS STAFF It. E. WELLS Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager J. N. Taylor Jr. Faculty Sponsor Helen Post Wright TgggggygS- CAMPUS CAMERA GREAT SOULS OK A LITTLE MAN? Says Elbert Hubbard: "Small men are apologetic and give excuses for being on the earth and reasons for staying here so long. Not so the great souls. Their actions are regal their lan- guage oracular their manners affirmative." But does a Great Soul's actions necessarily have to be regal his language oracular his manners affirmative? Is it necessary for a small man to be apologetic and make excuses for his exist- ence? Is it not enough for the small man to continue to exist. The man who never accomplished anything for his neighbors does not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 October 1937

-rf(5lPWIBn j ! Tigers Hand Billies Second Lacing 6-0 CIVI THREATS AT GOAL FRUIT LISft FOR IILLIES. TIQKRS OAIN MARKER IN THIRD. PAS- SING WEAK ON iOTH SIDES. At a Glance Billies Tigers 8 First downs 7 140 ... Yards gained rushing ... 102 29 Yards lost rushing 21 46 Yards passing 14 1S7 Net yardage 109 27 Passes attempted 8 4 Passes Completed 1 1 . . . . Own passes intercepted .... 3 46 .... Number rushing plays . . . .35 4 for 108 .... Punts .... 10 for 332 7 for 19 .... Punt returns 0 4 for 20 .... Penalties ... .6 for 00 8 Fumbles losing ball 3 Finding it Impossible to cross the fifty yard line Into Daniel Baker ter ritory by their own power either aerial or ground the St. Edward's Tigers were forced to recover a Blllle fumble on the six yard line to defeat the Baker aggregation 6-0 in a Texas conference grid battle staged on the high school grid lost Thursday night Five times during the game the Bil- lies had the pigskin well within the ten yard line of the Tigers and five times...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 October 1937

DIATH ENDS (Continued from Page 1) Chamber of Commerce of today. He was a charter member of the Elks Club and an honorary member of the Rotary Club. Me rarely missed one of these meetings for he thor- oughly enjoyed the fellowship and the opportunities that were his to participate In the programs to which he always added merriment. Joins laker Faculty About twenty years ago during the time of the World War when Daniel Baker College was having some difficulty securing professors with ttie tequlrcd training because of the tur- moil caused by the war Dr. Power offered his services temporarily as a member of the faculty. This ar- rangement intended to be only a tem- porary one became a permanent one ns the authorities discovered that he was not only a remarkable scholar and a successful professor but that the student body as a whole was completely devoted to him. Until the last day of his life he continued an active member of the faculty. Al- though he had taught almost every course off...

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

Daniel Baker Collegian W7 Ma IMS PtoocfatodOiUertiP 55BH6SiS MMMItNTID 0 NATIONAL ADVMTIilN T 1 & NtuMniMvcrtWiif StnriottMO 4 CaMktoU&k 4tO Madison Avt. New Vonr n. V crkmo om loi amiiii riMciiee J - fc m -r -- Z722 Velum XXXII. Gbra'Arod OUT ON THK HILL Footllght Players . . . their first effort and It went over with a bang . . . maybe we should say that It was with a riot ... the kids la the front seats practically spoiled the whole thing . . . maybe they Just haven't learned yet . . . some child ren can make It mighty uncomfort- able for people who would like to hear and see a few things ... we should select our audiences with more care hereafter . . . but the per- formance was great ... a well di- rected play Rudolph . . . well pre- sented members of the cast ... we are satisfied with your efforts Mat- thew and Martha ... are looking for more of the same. And the recreation room . . . have heard that curtains have been selected and that several of the clubs are taking a...

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

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Managing Editor Associate Editor Cora Fowles Sports Editors Leroy Garrett Gerald Holley Club Reporters Peggy Charnquist llettye Jo Sanderson BUSINESS STAFF R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager J. N. Taylor Jr. Faculty Sponsor Helen Post Wright V mJ. jjtc m(f f-r ra tJbSL WHAT OF TRADITION? How many times in the last weeks have you wished that you might hear that old bell peal forth its tidings of victory again? Everyone who has heard the bell sound when the Hill Billies have brought home victory knows what a deep feeling of emotion it stirs within all true Billies. Behind that bell is tradition. Since the founding of Daniel Baker the old bell atop the building has rung forth night and day to tell the countryside that Daniel Baker has again marched to victory. There is more to Daniel Baker than its bell however. Behind it are ancestor...

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

Roamin' the Sideline LtftOY GARRETT For accurate results consult your 'Sunday newspapers but until that time here's guessing at you: Daniel Baker 7 McMurry 0. Austin College 13 A. C. C. 6. Southwestern 7 Trinity 0. Baylor 20 Texas 0. Arkansas 14 Rice 7. A. M. 13 S. M. U. 0. T. C. U. 19 Centenary 7. Can the Daniel Baker Billies who live on the Mill trek to Abilene and give the McMurry Indians an old fashioned scalping? The pastime of the day is the asking and answering of this question. The homecomers 'that are getting together at the In- dian camp say "No." The pepped up Bakerltes answer the question with a confident "Yes". Who Is right? All shall know soon enough. The Indians are seeking sweet re- venge of the Billies for the 147 de- feat handed them here last year. Abllene's Braves kneeled to the Billies In the annual homecoming classic on the high school grid and with their loss forfeited a strong bid for the conference supremacy. The Billies will be out to make it two in a row. ...

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

BILLIE BLEATS Been at the Pootllght Players' Pep-squad entertainment Tuesday night: Blllle Stewart getting the Jump on someone by taking Evelyn McDan- tels In hand also caught together In the drug store a short time later; Melton Smith with Imogene Stewart (too bad for the other lads on the campus); Duncan and Vernon back In seemingly good graces with each other; Joe Pitts stepping out on his pals and with a beaut; Margaret Por- ter and Dick Slider (Where was the "only" Dick? And were you trifling on your most ardent lover Mar garcf?); band boys waiting for a chance to grab a gal friend If any and It seems that most of them were still standing at the last minute; Mc- Knlght courting a gentleman name of Oalnes 'tis said; and to climax the whole show Speedy Easley got the long-awaited thrill Just as the curtain was dragged Into Its resting place for the night. Or had you been wait- ing Toots? Was It Imogene Farrls and Ben Wagnon that we heard something about the other day? The two mus...

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

Daniel Baker Collegian JS7 Associated Gbfe&fe toss DMrtMMf Cble6kfe Digest Z722 Velum XXXII. Glancin' Around OUT ON THE HILL Homecoming time again . . . how does It feel Exes? . . . does It mean anything to be back on the hill ... to meet old friend . . . to return to the campus again for a full day . . . meeting old friends . . . being a guest of honor In your former home ... Is everything satisfactory? ... do you like the way we are handling things here ... If not It Is your right to say something ... we are trying to build a greater Daniel Baker . . . we want need and must have help to gain our goal ... do you have a suggestion? . . . anything will help ... we want results . . . For the Exes again . . . will that old victory bell at Daniel Baker peel forth again tonight? ... for all loyal supporters of the school there Is only one answer . . . YES . . . spirit is high . . Interest is great . . . the team is ready . . . though the opposition is tough . . . what a time we will ...

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

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. m second class matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Mannging Editor Associate Editor Cora Fowles Sports Editors Leroy Garrett Gerald Holley Club Reporters Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson BUSINESS STAFF R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager J. N. Taylor Jr. Faculty Sponsor Helen Post Wright is concentrating its efforts. We are highly in favor of it and more of it. We couldn't do without real music. But not on the footbnll field! A band that can play classics as our band can is capable also of playing lighter football music. And on the field footbnll music is what we want I I Since it is the chief factor toward arousing spirit let's have a band that has some pep and can play music that will send our team running for victory. Get the spirit 1 Play "Peruna"! F. UNDER THE ICING . . . WHAT? Molly was so excited. This was her first cake. She was making it as a surprise for her father whos...

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

.. i Roamm the Sideline LEROY GARRETT Maybe this week end's schedule Is a little tough but hetc arc a few wild guesses as to the outcome of some of the games. The semes in the first column are those of the col- umnist; second those of the editor: Daniel Baker vs. A. C. C. . 11-0 13- 0 Trinity vs. N. T. S. T. C. .12-7 McMurry vs. Southw'n ..20-0 Baylor vs. S. M. U 13-0 T. C. U. vs. Texas 13-0 Rice vs. A. & M 21-7 Arkansas vs. Mississippi .140 13- 0 13- 7 12- 7 0-12 0- 0 13- 0 WOW! Here's homecoming and an- other Abilene team to battle. It seems that the elevens produced by Ablleno'a schools have something in their favor when they battle our boys. Maybe the favored factor Is that "Abilene Jinx" that has been hounding the local squads for so many yeats. Not since 1931 have the Billies won over an Abilene opponent while playing on the enemy dirt. Last year the McMurry Indians vis- ited the Billies and went home 11-7 to the bad. But that was on the high school grid right here at home...

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

BILLIE BLEATS Homecoming seems to mean a lot to some folk In this here old Institu- tion. Take Melton Smith for Instance. The boy Is as happy as a new found pup. Anil there's only one reason- Roberta will be home. He's been sav- ing up for this day since she was here last time. Happy days Melton I ! And there are some more who will be seeing the light (maybe of their eyes) today. Martha Weller will have her Cullen. Shorty Wagnon will have his Sara and Tccnle Tinle Lovelace will have her Strickland. Ain't it swell. There are many more than many. Is It love or Is It tennis that at- tracts Cora and Richard to the tennis courts each afternoon? The new ten- nis club might be an aid to them. Too bad that Dick has to spend so much of his time on the job. And the frosh really enjoyed giving the F. A. building a bath Thursday morning. There was little J. N. Tay- lor Jr. just wading in water over the tops of his shoes and laughing like a thiee-ycnr-old. Rah! And Mr. Monday was comfortably set...

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

Daniel Baker Collegian m m m m m n TTTrVTV m w i m mr Motor If Ml MMtMNTO MM NATMNM. AVMTIMM T NtteMlMwtWiifSmkbic. CIU FtUUbrt tttmntttlx 4IO MADIION AVi. NIW YOHK N. Y. Associated Gbfeftkfe toss Cbfe&fe Digest I Chum Bolton loo AMiiif roMciuo - -- Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancin' Around OUT ON THE HILL Swlngln' rhythm . . . trucKIn' peppers . . . don't know which made the greatest Impression . . . students and other spectators were looking . . . swlngy music by 8outhwesterns band . . . perpetual trucking by their pep-leader ... the two prac- tically carried off the show . . . but there was Interest In something . . . everyone was trucking after the game . . . Yell Leader Owens was passing around the teach to a few damsels after the game . maybe he will pull such a stunt In the near hereafter . . . And on the Baker side ... re- quests for "Peruna" still rage . . . students want to know what has hap- pened to Baker's adopted pep-song . . . someone bring in an arrangement . . . Lively...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 December 1937

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Esttred at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Mnnnging Editor Associate Editor Cora Fowles Sports Editors Leroy Garrett Gerald Holley Club Reporters Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson BUSINESS STAFF R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager J. N. Taylor Jr. Faculty Sponsor Helen Post Wright Bsiisi COLD WEATHER A few weeks ago the sun shone brightly and it seemed that the winter was far away. Indeed so balmy was the weather that one would have supposed that spring was here rather than autumn. Those days soon passed away however the wind blew and soon the days grew colder. One morning when we awakened and looked out of the window the rain was. fulling from the skies as if someone had broken the hearts of the poor clouds and they were crying their eyes out. A little later however suprises snowflakes falling to the ground. What a contrast this cloud of feathers falling from the skies w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 December 1937

Roamm the Sideline LEROY GARRETT In the last edition before the holi- days the editor rang the bell five times and the columnist gonged It seven times out of seven. Mere we go on the last try: (Columnist No. 1 Editor No. 2). . 8. M. U.-Klcc 7-14 A. & M.-San Francisco .21- 8 M. P. C.-H-Slmmons . . 0-20 Austin C.-Okla. City ...13-7 0- 7 27- 0 0-25 12- 6 The 1937 Hill Billle football sched- ule has reached Its end. And as the years roll by we shall all look back on the '37 Billle aggregation as one of the most Interesting In our school's history. The grid games throughout the sca son were packed with thrills from the very beginning to the very end. We shall all remember "Cocky" Funder- burk's field goal that defeated A. G C. 3-0. And we couldn't forget that 70 yard dash by Whltmlrc that turned down Southwestern 7-6. The touch down play that sounded upon Trinity twice will also remain in the minds of all true Hill Billies. Coach Gene Taylor and the boys worked hard all year. They sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 December 1937

BILLIE BLEATS Jane Vernon says that the climate here agrees with her. Also says that he has picked up 168 pounds since he arrived in Brownwood. The west Texas country must beat the swamps of Louisiana or Is It possible that Duncan weighs 150 pounds . . .? Roy Owens leaves Brownwood for Twinkle City. Seems that he Is doing fairly well In that section of the country too. Says that there Is some- thing there that will make one giow In weight and strength. "True love never dims" Shakes- peare. Look at Chubby Wohlford for an example. His love Is always nt Its height but of course wc couldn't say that it was always the same girl who received his devotions. Latest flashes on the Ex-Students' aide: Just married signs hanging nt half mast for "Roach" Damron. Whether she Is lucky or not it Is Imogenc Stewart who played first peck-horn in the ceremony. "Smokey" had to take the back seat in the duct. Anyway best wishes. J. M. Alderson getting In his court- ing .. . "Red" Keith Is one . . . who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1937

Daniel Baker Collegian m i m mi - -- - - - - Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancin' Around OUT ON THE HILL A nice situation presents Itself this week . . . some student who docs not have the nerve to sign his name to his message . . . enough said . . asks that we print his writing . . . he says . . . "This Is a reply to the article in "Roamln' the Sidelines" last week about our band director. You arc asked to print it in the 'Col- legian' this week if you can take it. Thanks. . . . "If you can take it" . . . and that person does not have the fortitude to sign his own name . . . slips his note underneath the door like a sneak thief . . . which makes the Item worth about as much as a grain of sand yet wo will print and answer the charges. Here it is . . . can you take it . . . "I'll say Rip Van Winkle slept for twenty years and it Is time for some- one to wake up but not the band leader. There arc too many people in Daniel Baker that do not know that 'good music' Is essential for a com- plete ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1937

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN tared at.Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second dm matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Managing Editor Associate Editor Cora Fowles Sports Editors Leroy Garrett Gerald Holley Club Reporters Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson BUSINESS STAFF R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager J. N. Taylor Jr. Faculty Sponsor Helen Post Wright CHRISTMAS EVERY DAY The Christmas holidays will be here soon. More rapidly as the days go by does the time for the vacation period draw near. And with the approach of the idle days come thoughts of the present and future. What may one expect in the year to come? Of course only one day each year is recognized as a real Christmas. That is what makes the day so important in the lives of the people of the world. That is what makes the day so vital to Christians everywhere. But there is another side to the question. Christmas can come every day. The seasons the months the weeks the days all the time betwe...

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