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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1937

Roamln' the Sideline LEROY GARRETT Football Is gone. Basketball Is the flavor in the air tit the present time. What this year will bring for the '36 champions Is yet to be discovered. But along with Coach Taylor and the lads let's hope for a "sweet climax". Reports show that West Texas Teachers really have "it" when it comes to caging that old ball. The Bison regulars range all the way from 8 feet to 6 feet and 0 inches in height. They arc labelled "the world's tallest" and this year's schedule slates them to match toes with the famous University of Kansas hard wood men along with a few other rather well known Inhabitants of the basketball arenas of the country. Down Broadway y Mai Adams and Fred Wltlner (ACP Correspondents) Speaking of height and "it" we would like to mention Hugh Trussell of the Billies. That lad towers 6 feet and 4 inches Into the atmosphere and it is said that he is certainly no slouch when it comes to basketball. "Hungry" is expected to deal out some misery to ...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1937

WHAT GIRLS DltLIKI IN iOYt' IHAVIOR Trying to kiss a' girl on first date. Speaking of his father as "the old man" and speaking disrespectfully to his mother. Using trite phrases and popular ex- preseions over and over again. Being too Inquisitive about personal activities. Telling too often of former esca- pades. Arguing the boy who finds delight In continual disagreement. Being possessive thinking he owns a girl after the first date. Bad posture slouching in seal. Inability to take a joke. Uncleanllness of teeth and person. Gossiping. Sarcasm or "throwing off" on others In public. Profanity. The "confidential" lowering of voice In public. Yawning loudly in company. Bad breath. Telling of other girls he has gone with and how shabbily he has treated them. Forever pinching Jabbing or slap- ping girls. Chewing gum like a cow chews her cud. Walking on the wrong side of the sidewalk when with a girl. Falling to open the door for the girl or proceeding her through the door. Rattling money...

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

Daniel Baker Collegian fifty Motor If Ml ttaodaMOofcfiiofetossI Z722 Volume XXXII. Sophomores to Present Recreation Room To Student Body As Christmas Present; Allcorn to Make Formal Presentation Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Found an Interesting article In the Comanche Chief pertaining to Com- anche's first football team and first football game. The Daniel Baker squad of 1900 was one of the chief participants In that first football game played by our neighboring town; and "Big" McClelland who now seems to be Dean at Daniel Baker was the fullback on that squad. He was blam- ed largely by the Comanche lads for their defeat. The article appears else- where and if is rather interesting. Written by a member of that first Comanche team. Concerning "Peruna". We still don't hear the tune but will lay off for a while. On the other hand we will offer our congratulations to Lively for the work he is doing with the band. We are waiting for an- other of hit programs. From the sounds that have b...

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

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. m second class matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON Jtt. 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 wiSSS TO RETAIN OR RETURN There are two paths opm for the members of the present season's basketball squad to follow in their work for the next two months. One will be a hard route and will require a lot of work on the part of all. The other will be a happy-go-lucky trail leading to no particular destination. And the students are anxious to know which way the squad is going. Daniel Baker has in her possession at the present time the Texas Conference basketball championship. She has what will develop into a good basketball team. She has men who are able to do the work of retaining that championsh...

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

y. Roamm' the Sideline LKROY GARRETT Basketball Is here. The Billies start ed their campaign last Thursday by defeating the San Angelo College Rams 46-30. The boys from Angelo will attempt revenge when they come to Brownwood Monday night for a return match with the Billies. The game Is to be played In the gymnasium. Hill Billie Basketball Schedule Completed At Dallas Meeting; Conference Play Will Start With TWC Ram Game January 21 TAKE PIRST GAME FROM SAN ANGELO RAMS 46-32. NEXT MATCH WILL BE PLAYED HERE ON MONDAY. The Billies have a tough schedule ahead. The month of January sounds the worst; threat. On January 10 and 11 the Billies will play the "world's tallest" West Texas State Teachers' Buffaloes. The San Marcos Teachers will strut their wares against the Billies on January 15. The all-popular Cowhands from Hardln-Slmmons will play the Billies on January 17 and again on January 24. The first con- ference game will be on January 21 with the Texas Weslcyan Rams. On the last day o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1937

- Vf"r" Down Broadway By- Mel Adamt and Fred Wlttner (ACP Correspondents) We've always hoped Santa would end us a Christmas present from the North Pole. Last week wo were pleas- antly compensated as well as astound ed to hear from the North Pole though it was only a greeting and not from Santa. Roused at 3 a. m. by our telephone's ringing wc grunted a grouchy "hullo" into the mouth- piece. We were shocked completely awake by a "Greetings from the North Pole!" The enthusiastic voice on the other end explained that it was not coming from the North Pole but merely quoting a message from our friend Commander Clifford J. Mac- Oregor whose Polar expedition Is now In Santa's home territory. The phone- caller It seems was a "hum" radio operator who had received the mes- sage addressed to us via shoit wave and couldn't waif until morning to do- liver It. CHATTER SCOOPEE Noith Carolina's Hat Kemp and his swclcgunt crew will return to the city of their fiist major triumphs when they open at on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 January 1938

Daniel Baker Collegian m lm mmw mi Meats Itft PtoodatedCbloeiatePwss I MMMMNTM ton NATIONAL ADVMTIIIN M-Ai I Am tlIwTrMl MM MiNMN nwtnwmrfii new 410 MADItON AVI. NlW VONK N. Y. OfeticfeDfeest CMCMO MiTSII tOI AMIlli 1 fMMIKO -- -- -- ---- -- ------ m ---- Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL The time for making and breaking of New Year's Resolutions has come again . . . there'll be more of that thing taking place within the next few days than anything else . . . maybe It might be a good Idea for a few people to make a few resolu- tions that would work toward the bet- terment of Daniel Baker ... In sev- eral ways. And wouldn't It be well to start considering those finals that will b with us soon ... and don't say that we didn't warn you . . . they will be here- soon enough. A very Happy New Year to all . . . a little late but still carrying the same greeting to all friends stu- dents and faculty members . . . may 1038 be the greatest in the history of the school . . . 19...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 January 1938

THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN lntered atToat Office of Brownwood Tex. m second class matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON JR. Managing Editor Associate Editor Cora Fowles Sports Editors Lcroy Garrett Gerald Holley Club Reporters Peggy Chnrnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson BUSINESS STAFF R. E. WELLS Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager J. N. Taylor Jr. Faculty Sponsor Helen Post Wright TOWARD THE CENTENNIAL The opening of the new year marks the fiftieth mile in Daniel Baker's march in the ranks of the leading educational institutions in the state. 1938 is the fiftieth anniversary year of the founding of the college. It is the 1938 that great things are planned for the old school. It was in 1888 that the college first opened its doors to the young men and women of central Texas first offered them the advantages of securing a higher education. It was through the efforts of Rev. Brainard T. McClelland and Mrs. McClelland S. R. Coggin J. A. Austin and Brooke Smith that the school wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 January 1938

Blue Blazes! Here Tis Once More Fellers! '38 Brings That Hangover Elections Debts And Various Subjects For Conversation 1f3t SO WHAT? ROSAELY JUST ANOTHER ELECTION YEAR UT IT'S HERE JUST THE SAME With Its many hangovers broken resolutions well wishing numberless personal agreements to live better lives gay parties news resumes con gressional opening Presidential mes- sages and numerous other formalities the new year has been properly usher- ed into being and Inaugurated Into the great American way of life. 'Whether for better or for worse rc- mains to be seen. It's here and there's positively nothing that can be done about it now. First came the usual banter "How many females took you this Christ mas?" "Did you get any returns" What colors are your new ties and sox?" "Did you live through all the celebrations?" "How do you feel any- way?" And then comes the usual aftermath of the holiday sprees "Say pal can you spare a little of that stuff?" "Gee kid but I'm flat. Think you could sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 January 1938

-. Roamm the Sideline LIROY QARRITT The Billies left taut Wednesday on a long 1600 mile Journey that will take them through Nacogdoches Com- merce and Canyon. In Nacogdoches they met the Stephen F. Austin Teachers. The East Texas Teachers furnished the opposition at Com- merce. Coming home for only a few hours the boys in the Blue and White leave Monday for Canyon where they are to clash with the "World's tallest" Buffaloes at West Texas. The next game In the home corral will fall on January 15. By that' time the Billies will have eight games be- hind them. It would be mighty nice if the boys could take the floor with no worse record than when they left Brownwood but it seems that such is now impossible. The boys on the trip arc Leo Eng- lish L. M. Waters Nubbin Payne Billy Stewart Raleigh Bratton Wil- son Lewis George Allcorn and Hugh TniBsell. Stewart Is the only letter- man on the sauad. The boys will be back in Brownwood next week end for a game with the San Marcos Teach- ers an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1938

Daniel Baker Collegian mi tfrtoctosOJttjHirW Z722 Volume XXXII. Play Started in Annual Baker Tournament For High School Cage Squads of This Area Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Seems that the recreation room la attracting attention . . . yes . . . from those students who were so anxious to have It but who would do no work . . . very Interesting ... It Is kept pretty busy too . . . hear that there Is a little too much noise though . . . maybe some of those "so Interested" students would be willing to donate a carpet for the floor . . . that would solve the problem . . . nice work Cora . . . you did do It . . . you win . . . Believe mc the Cogglns and S. O. S. are getting active again . . . both clubs had a meeting this week . . . that will probably be the end for a while though . . . very active for a few minutes about once a month . . . those boys however get some- thing done In a hurry . . . such as obtaining ping-pong balls for the rec. room in no time . . . perhaps there will be a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1938

CAMPUS CAMERA EXAMINATION SCHEDULE THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Poet Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN WILLIAMSON Jit. 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 jggfJI WHO IS THE REAL 'GOAT'? Many Daniel Baker students are "belly-aching" about a loss of school spirit. Strange or does it seem so odd that those who "gripe" most are those who are less active in the scholastic and social activities of the institution. Such persons those who are not interested in the work and life of the school should be eliminated by making the curriculum more severe. Is it right that students who spend most of their days in bed at home should receive grades as good or better than students who attend classes and work for their grades? It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1938

BILLIE BLEATS 131111c Stcwnrt wnntH to learn how to crochet and Tnlpa Is trying to lenrn to cook. Maybe It hna something to do with (i ccitaln situation nenr Coleman. WIWi his cooking Talpa Hhould K't the fhst call. Mlldtcd Skipping teeelves the atten- tion of Wilson LcwIh and "Moon" doesn't even bother to knock at the door. Just goes In and calls for his HWeet little friend. Ye.-suh! ! Why Is It that all the boys say Writ the fichhmnn nomlneo for cam pus beauty Is a very beautiful Eskl mo? We'ie asking you. Ball has n new story. Several of them In fact. One concerns a certain snake stoiy file and perspiration. On the other hand all mothers tell their daughters to bewnte of a daik heavy- Ect man who goes about telling all of the city girls that they arc good looking. We have dlhcoveted why Leroy Garrett has such attractions for the women. Seems that he has been spill- ing the poetry of late. And marriage doesn't slow him down a bit. Or Is he still married? Our Editor doesn't seem to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1938

Roamm the Sideline LEROY OARRETT Sakes alive! Those long bus trips Just don't get it. Just rend the next few paragraphs and get an Idea of what ttiese long trips have done for the Billies of Daniel Baker during the past year. In September the Billies trcked to the gay and gala west coast to play the rough and tough Dons of Snn Francisco University. After they fin- ished three grid buttles they returned home got themselves nn adding ma- chine and discovered that they had traveled 4500 miles and had lost three football games. There is no doubt in my mind that the trip and the trip alone was the reason that the Billies didn't finish In the first division in the football race. They were on the short end of the two games that they really won on paper. Why didn't they have the scoring punch? That's easy the trip to Cali- fornia In a bus. But that Isn't all. This year in basketball the boys again hit the road for some more bad luck. It was 1500 miles on the road this time and sure enough t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1938

n 4--M- ( . i.v. . nai.J (frrjl ' MMIUai Biker CoJirrfr DanielB aker Collegian i i mi i i 1937 Member . f Associated Collegiate Press I HMtHNTH NATIONAL ABVMTWIN t llalMIMifllftTIIIMgitVvNfyIMM CWIhf twUklmt Uttmtnlttht 4tO MAMSON AVt. NSW YORK N. Y. Distributors of Collegiate Digest I CMCAM SMTON Ut AMIlti PMNCIICO ftt Z722 19381 Volume XXXII. Glancm Around OUT ON THE HILL Hope that the change is pleas- ing . . . will make things much easier for the members of the staff . . . exams and a paper in the same week are a little too much . . . if ideas don't go all wet same will appear for some time to come . . . and a few experiments may be made during the weeks to come . . change in college newspapers is the order of the day ... so we try to join in the race with the rest of the bunch . . . It seems that a certain editor- ial about a certain thing stirred up a little trouble ... all of the students have been raising a fuss because that editorial appeared so close to time for exams . . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA The cooperative department of Cleveland College where students alternate equal periods between work and school had more stu- dents at work than in school dur- ing the last semester according to the supervisor. Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second clan matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll j 8 rt8 Leroy Garrett Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters U8INESS STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Faculty Sponsor BUOWNWOOP TEXAS Friday and Saturday YALE BROWN ImMMWBSR B IS A HIGH SCHOOL EnttlBfi HHssH STUDENT IN WINSU3W HflP issssssssssl MAINE HIS AMBITION LffiisH- ssBH l5TDBBnRST5lRW&HsBs fRHH QUARTERBACK AT BlHk S rVsssH HARVARD YU OR. PBSJ T ) V YOUNGSTERS BEFORE MANHOOD Boys and girls learn to say their alphabets in grammar school. In high school they learn to say the same thing backwards. In c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1938

! vwyr- WWffiri 7 Sideline Shots The Billies will meet the 'Texas Wesleyan College Rams here to- night in the first conference game of the season for the local squad. The game will be played in the gymnasium at 8:00. Everyone is urged to be present and help the boys in blue roll up enough points to win the game. They need your support. The Rams are said to be the strongest team in the circuit this year. They have victories over Oklahoma City Texas Christian Stenhen F. Austin and last Tues day night they defeated Austin College's Kangaroos in their first conference game. So we had bet- ter handle those Rams with gloves on. I suggest that we put an end to this rumor about T. W. C. Do I hear a second to the suggestion? Casting a sideline glance at the basketball race we find T. W. C. and St. Edward's ranked as the favorites. In third and fourth po- sitions we put Daniel Baker and Trinity. A. C. C. and Howard Payne will occupy fifth and sixth posi- tions. McMurry and Southwestern will h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1938

BILLIE BLEATS It seems that something of a situation has appeared on the cam- pus. Yes It's love again or rather It is "would be" love. Appearances are that Helen Harbour is rather nuts about a certain Damon Mun- day. On the other hand same Mun- day is rather Interested in the lit- tie Harbour girl. Seems simple enough but both of them have cold feet are afraid to say anything they just can't get together. Take it for what it's worth. Maybe some- one who has had more experience can find a solution. The interest of the audience is turned again toward the blushing genius of the White House Davy Carroll. Seems that he made a certain call a few days ago. When he heard the bad news he proceed- ed to assume a long face and re- mained unhappy the remainder of the day. It so happens that the young lady is somewhere in the visinity of Graham. Is known to be an old flame for the Carrol. ' All Kinds of Shoe Repairing Chas. L. Faulkinberry 'The Shoe Man" 609 Center Ave. MH.ll Fresh Vanilla Wafe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1938

DanielB aker Collegian IV F1937 Member 10881 f Associated Collegiate Press I NmHNTH NATIONAL AaVMTIMM av ' HilUaillAmlMa - ' RnRfflSlR!aralltRjRgMlvRRRe ' Distributors of Collegiate Digest 410 MADttON AVI. NIW YORK. N. Y. CIHCAM tMTM U AKIltt . BAN PlAICIM i Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancin' Around OUT ON THE HILL Who said it wasn't rather tough to publish a college newspaper dur- ing final examinations? . . . don't be fooled . . . there's really little or nothing happening ... it was fun to try though . . . maybe it will go a little better next time . . . Just one thing to be impressed ... no loafers are wanter in the Collegian office hereafter .' . . straight from the shoulder? . . . yes! ! ! but we mean it . . . there has been enough trouble lately with such persons . . . let's have a little less of it and maybe there will be a paper once in a while . . . And how does it feel to get over the examinations? . . . Oh Boy! . . . it's that swelleligant and dandiglorious feeling . . . and we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA ntered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Powles Associate Editor David Carroll ) Leroy Garrett j Bport" Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters BUSINESS STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Faculty Sponsor lL THE OPPOSITION SPEAKS Last week an editorial appeared titled "Who Is the Real Goat". There was much discussion about it over the campus especially since it appeared so soon before examinations. Wonder why there was so much talk? No reason at all except that none of the students were prepared for the examinations and they were afraid that the teachers would be more severe. The fact that the teachers were on the lookout' caused the students to neck new ways of helping themselves through the tests. Many did just that thing. Even with teachers doing all in their power to give a non-help examinati...

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