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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1938

Sideline Shots A sideline glance at the Texas Conference leads us to believe that these Rams of Texas Wesleyan College have something on the ball. The Fort Worth lads have waded through twelve hard fought bat- tles and with the exception of the Sam Houston Teachers they are undefeated. At the present time they hold the supremacy of the conference and it looks as though the boys just weren't planning to to slowed down a bit. By special request we give you some prognostications on this rough and tough Texas Confer- ence. Here is the way we think things will line up when the final curtain is rung down; Texas Wes- leyan Daniel Baker McMurry Trinity St. Edward's Howard Payne Abilene Christian South- western and Austin. This line-up may seem a bit dim to some of you; but just take a gander some time about a month from today. Action this week in the Lone Star Conference's heated basket- ball race is confined to the class- rooms of the five schools. Exams are the blame for the mishaps. Whil...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 January 1938

BILLIE BLEATS Juanlta Sanderson vs. "Spider" Bratton seems to be one of the latest. Maybe you have something; there Raleigh. Ed had a big time while "Little Eva" was out of town last week end. Don't worry kid maybe the one and only still cares a little. Wonder if Stella is still taking care of Damon. They are together a lot; but we thought that' Damon was stuck on Helen. Maybe we were wrong there Bowman seems to take a little in- terest over in that part of town. Is the glance returned? The editor would like to know what Ronnie did on his birthday. He couldn't be found anywhere. Even Pat didn't seem to have a line on the errant business-manager. Better watch it girls. Lots of the boys are showing signs of break- ing ties as a result of the exams. Maybe it's feminine neglect. Certain little boys on the campus have learned that Duncan has Janie in full possession now. She's calling him her old man. Collegian staff members are seeking the person who was so dissatisfied with the recreat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1938

D anielB aker Collegian mmm 7 P1937 Member 19881 L MaMslstaritlSMeYvisBl.llSL J HTB MMtllllL ABVBBTiaitM aw Associated Collegiate Press Distributors of Collegiate Digest (wffPP aWfBSBjST SWBvBBWWf swsBw 410) MABISON AVI. NIW YONK. N. Y. I ClIICAM MITOII IM AMttM MARCIMI 4 Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Mid-terms are dead and gone . . . was it all so bad? . . . seems that most of the students and all of the teachers lived over it . . . maybe Daniel Baker can take it and jump into the top position . . . seems that exams are killing college stu- dents all over the country yet the Billies run through them and thrive. Received another of those un- signed editorial suggestions a few days ago ... of course we have our ideas as to its origin . . . have turned down a good many such contributions this year and will continue to do so . . . if students aren't interested enough to bring the articles in person or sign their names it's a sure thing their ideas couldn't be very i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Entered 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 Sport" Peggy Charnqulst Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters U8INE8S STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor )MW?&m lSL ARTHUR KAHLER 00iCHES FOOTBALL AT DICK- IM50M COLLEGE AMD BASKET- BALL AT BROWN UNIVERSITY A PERSONAL THOUGHT Instructors of various kinds have existed almost since the beginning of history. The old Romans believed in education for itself and for the benefits that were derived from a knowledge of the world and its people. Down through the ages the same condition has existed in every civilized land. People are yearning for more knowledge of the past and present and all hope to determine to some extent just what the future holds for them. Such is the purpose of education in the strict sens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1938

Collegiate World Embattled coeds at the Univer- sity of Alabama are hurling the charge of stinginess at the men on the campus. They think they have good rea- son since they recently learned that the university supply store where food and drinks are sold has one of its biggest crowds of the day immediately after 10:45 p. m. when the men must return their dates to dormitories or soror- ity houses. That means but one thing to them. Their fond young Romeos are simply waiting to buy refresh- ments until they have only one mouth instead of two to feed. The boys insist that they aren't trying to save money on the girls but that they like a late-evening snack; and "there are some dishes a gentleman can't eat gracefully in the presence of a lady." The astute Harvard editor cast aside his journalistic ethics to save the pride of the rest of the Harvard men and cooked up a phoney to the effect that the Radcliffe girls were cuh-razy to become Harvard coeds. All Color Film Coming to Lyric Add ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 February 1938

BILLE BLEATS Jack Davenport seems to have discovered a Tarleton product for himself. She Is now spending most of her time in the dormitory. We are wondering if Jack is trying to woo her with his wonderous voice. "Little Pig" Newton seems to be Interested in trying to run under Talpa. Grade is the female in question. We want weekly reports on the progress of the two. Monk Alford has been receiving mysterious anonymous notes re- cently. Seems that they deal with something regarding a broom. Why don't you clean out the room Monk? It might help matters a little bit Hugh must be having his trou- bles these days. Have heard that he has broken his alliance with Ersky. Tee-Wee" Dumas is liable to have a new romancer if she has any way of getting passes to the Lyric. Heard it straight. Seems that she become about the sixth or seventh Baker student to get the call at the show. Margaret Cole helps to keep Baker interest at the Lyric at the top too so tis reported from the ages past. Nellie is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1938

T' DanielB aker Collegian '1937 Member 1088 I MMMMNTM MR NATIONAL AaVMTItlN 9t I L. ---.- 1 Ai !!! arnln J I PJI1llfJBJMfinnHJflfrfl6frlll6i 1 Associated Collegiate Press Distributors of Collegiate Digest 4tO MADISON AVt. NtW YORK N. Y. t CHWM 1OIT0H LOt AHttltS FRANCISCO J Z722 Volume XXXII. Gbra'Anri OUT ON THE HILL Stunt night may bring out some new talent this .evening ... we are wondering if the "ugliest man" will make an appearance . . . seems that he is the only thing that the Trail has . . . and don't those S. O. 8. girls feel out . . . their "wonder- ful" human started stepping out on them as soon as he was nom- inated . . . wish I was a ugly man. Are wondering about the rest of those honorary positions that are to be filled by the student coun- cil and the faculty . . . there is bound to be some sort of a sur- prise ... we hereby nominate our- self for the guy who has accom- plished most . . . who else caused so many fits during the exams . . . or maybe it was one of our m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA RANOM PRESENTS STUDENT IN RECITAL TUESDAY MORNING ' Miss Mae Branom presented Jimmie Frances Crenshaw In a short recital Tuesday morning dur- ing the regular chapel period. Three selections were presented by Miss Crenshaw on the program. The first waa "Glowworm"; the second was a musical reading "The Eskimo"; and the third was "The Maiden's Wish" by Chopin. There are no new laws of Nature but men never seem to learn the importance of those that already exist. Paducah (Ky) Sun-Democrat. Entered at Pott Office of Brownwood Texas as second elate matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr. Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll g Leroy Garrett j Peggy Charnqulst Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters USINESS STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr. Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor A.B.(HAPPtf GOVERNOR OF KENTUCKY WORKED HIS WAY 1XRQUGH HIGH SCHOOL COUfitt AND IW SCHOOL BY 5EUr ING NEWSPAPERS' DOING ftRM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1938

s. Billies Take Two Games From Tigers As Conference Season Nears Finish Sideline Shots Texas Conference basketball is entering the final stretches but It seems that there is something of a muddle developing. T. W. C. was bur favorite as well as being the choice of many others but it seems that there are troubles developing. Not in percentages either. The Rams have played eight games and they have won those eight games. However it takes three more than the Rams have scheduled to earn the conference crown. The prob- lem is "Who will play the sharp- shooting Rams?" It's a cinch that none of the teams that have been played by the Rams up to this time are willing to tackle them again. A. C. C.'s Wildcats are the top contenders if the Rams are drop- ped from the list. They have a record of seven and one. Others of the conference members are scattered down to the bottom and are practically out of the running. So if Abilene's entries in the loop fail to give the Rams a chance to catch the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1938

I i ' BILUE BLEATS outside influence worklnf on the subject too. We art all wondering who the blurb waa who waa occuplnf tba attentions or Little M1m Farrla Monday night That Si Ed'a iama brought thorn all out Cor awn managed to find ona for herself but we art rathar aahamad of her. Reversing tha usual order the woman haa baan doing the waiting of lata. Seems that Stewart ana Alderson hava baan making the ICcKnight wait untU they finlah their business dealt after tha ball gamei. That fickle woman la strutting again. She had two tha other night Glacier and the old flame dropped in on her in one night. Betty Jo la the name. What waa the argument Dardy and Tett were having Tueaday morning? The little iweetheart hasn't been back in town long en- ough to take a nap either. Seems that Adrian isn't caring to have her away from him and aha is go- ing to step out Mary Lis is getting around again. Jim la trying to get in for his share but there seems to be some The 8. O. 8. candidate for ugli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1938

':nt& DanielB aker Collegian 9&Fmm WK5S5iS5Wi5iK " 1937 Member IMS mmmmntid ten national aovmtiiin at i NgUtMl Mv trtiiiiif Strvfct Inc. i Associated Collegiate PrtM Distributors of Collegiate Digest Ciatt nuitttn Kttmnitmt a 4tO Madison Avi. Ntw Vomr N. Y. 1 CMtMO MHO 10 AMtlli ft Ftli 2 722 Volume XXXII. BR0WNW00D TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 1931. Number 21 W Glancin' Around OUT ON THI HILL Seems that stunt night did turn out to be a success . . . none of the stunts died before they were completed . some original so far as Daniel Baiter Is concerned tricks were pulled from the hat for the benefit of the audience . . . and we are wondering if we should offer congratulations to the winners. Stunt night again? did bring out some of the clubs . . . seems that some of the more prominent organizations on the campus failed to come through with anything for the program there were the old reliables though and a couple of newcomers who did their bit to help things along. Seems that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll 1 ta Leroy Garrett f Peggy Charnquist Bcttyc Jo Sanderson Club Reporters BU8INE39 STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor DEATH BEGINS AT FORTY Received last week a little booklet entitled "Death Begins at 40." The theme of the entire phamphlct is speed and death. The articles cartoons drawings and tables in the booklet aic designed to assist in the campaign for the prevention of vehicular accidents. All in all the Idea Is a fine one. The phamphlet should be pluced In the hands of every driver and every pedestrian. It brings to mind some startling facts. Speed is the aim of manufacturers of automobiles. As the speed of the cars is Increased the safety factors of the automobile are Improved; but the ability the care of the drivers the actio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1938

BLUE BLEATS We thought that all of Davy Car roll's girls were in Brownwood now but it seems that there Is one some where else. At least it seems odd for a guy to be writing to a girl in the same city. Perhapi she lives in Abi- lene right now. Cora has demanded apologies for the article appearing In the column last week. We hereby apologise for tolling the truth as she has admitted that the statement was the truth. She says that she cannot understand why we arc ashamed of her. We will apologize for being ashamed but' will retaliate by saying that she should be ashamed of herself and let it go at that. Jim Snodgrass is getting in some rather heavy courting of late. Seems that he finds it hard to get to work on time since he has speeded up his love making but he makes it on time. Hear that he has two sweets on the string. Can't understand why Qaryln Evatt Is so anxious to get out of physics lab. every week. There aren't any other girls there only boys. However she gets a few phone call...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1938

Around Washington By Marvin Cex (ACP Correspondent As yet of course the additional re- lief funds are not available. In fact Ue bill hasn't even been reported out of committee although there is little doubt that the funds will be forthcom- ing. But there is plenty of doubt that any appreciable amount will be used to aid needy college students. NYA reports now being received here indicate your correspondent learns unofficially that parents who have been able to keep sons and daughters In college by stinting and saving now with the progress of the Recession find in many Instances that they cannot continue to maintain their children in college without some outside help. The NYA is unable to take up the burden where the parents are forced to leave off because of lack of funds. And there is little chance that funds from the prospective de ficiency appropriation will bee allotted for this purpose. There is a possibility that a small additional amount will be allocated to the YNA to Inaugu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 March 1938

V DanielB aker Collegian s. riOS7 Member 10M4 I MPMMNTM fan NATMNAL ABVMTIIIN BY 1 Associated Collegiate PrtM Distributors of Collegiate Digest MfltlASMlAeVArrlelstsiSfjfvlfif) Iml - H IHilm tifcififhi 4tO MABIION AVI. NIW YOUK N. Y. 1 I cme totTOH let mmlm pmikiko J Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancm Around OUT ON THE HILL Holidays gave a chance for a lit- tle outing for some of the kids . . . the general opinion is that picnic time is here again . . . thought that there would be a student body get- together but it seems that we were fooled .... anyway most of the members of the student body found something to do during the day . . . something besides attend 'classes . . Juniors were active again this week . . . seems that they really have something on foot for the sen iors . . anyway they are hard at the task of raising money for the annual entertainment of the grad- uating class . . . and they have an amateur night program coming up this evening ... it is said that some fine entertainers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 March 1938

r DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll ) Leroy Garrett j Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters USINESS STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor "COLLEGE LOVE" THE ANSWER? He was a sophomore and she was a freshman. They swore their devotion many time3. Throughout the days of the school term they were together. Love was blooming. Then came the summer with its separation and its long days and nights. There was no correspondence because neither knew the whereabout of the other. Both held mem- ories of the school days and wondered whether or not those days would return. Finally the long summer came to an end. The two returned to school. Both registered on the same day. They met but no words were exchanged total strangers. Both were waiting anxiously for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 March 1938

Sideline Shots Leroy Garrett Picking an all-conference team for the basketball season is even more difficult than wrestling with an all-conference football team. We burned midnight oil all last week in our efforts to accomplish our aims. Here is how they stack up in our estimation: Pigg T. W. C; Johnston A. C. C; McCasland McMurry; Norris St. Edward's; and Blllle Stewart Daniel Baker. We placed another Daniel Baker man on the second mythical team. Selections for that squad follow: Bratton Daniel Baker McCall Austin; Tyner Southwest- ern; Rutledge T. W. C; and Jones A. C. C. Placing Billie Stewart on our first team was by far the easiest and simplest selection. In Fort Worth the T. W. C. lads praised the manner in which Stewart stop- ped the scoring of Milburn Pigg conference scoring ace. St. Ed- ward's Tigers also realized the art of this Stewart boy when Norris their out-of-state hardwood king failed to match power against the Blue and White guard. We would also like to mention the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 March 1938

BILLIE BLEATS Hit of the week Jo Nell Maxey tending in her front yard (at the boarding house) with a pole line and a piece of bread. We wonder If she was trying to catch a man. Said she wanted to go fishing but what bait and what a place to fish! Newest in line. Maybe they are serious tVough we thought that Bill was just playing around again. Ersky and Bill were having a look at the rings in the jewelry store windows last week. And we were sure that they were looking at the rings because there were too many witnesses who reported the incident. way we have the backing of one of campus ugly men in the statement. Still wondering who has the in- terests of a certain Imogene Hill at heart. Seems that she Is gradually losing out in the race. She just doesn't appear on the campus so much any more. Latest designation for Mary Eli zabeth is "the company girl." What we want to know is just who is president of the company? There should be an election of the stock- holders rather soon and a def...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1938

V D anielB aker Collegian 1937 Member 19U I MMHimn ren natimmc AvmriN ft 1 Associated Collegiate Preae Distributors of Collegiate Dig eat Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancm Around OUT ON THE HILL The whole calendar seems to be all messed up this year . . . have already heard of March winds and April showers . . . seems that we are already running into those April showers and March hasn't even got off to a good start . . the least that we can say is that the changing weather is giving some of the students a little bit of trouble . . . don't know what to expect when one starts out of the house . . . here's for a new law controlling the seasons of the year. . . . Trail work is getting along In good speed club officials can help matters by getting in the photos of the members ... as yet few have been turned into the editors and work is being held up . . .new proofs of the panels are arriving daily . . . work on the reading mat- ter has been started and things are lining up for one of the best bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll Leroy Garrett j Bport" Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson club Reporters U8INE88 STAFF R. E. Wells .'Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor Mtwwmm. && maL3&28MA. V mMOMMMM mmmmmwIkWmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm H '" .bV MmmmvmmmASKjmmmmwmm MMMMMMjiMMMMMMwTMMMMMMMMMMYmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMTU J JkW&mWmVEfmmmmtBG33mm mmm1mwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmXlm HTsiBiiwiBiiiiflPitMVD K3EIHBH mwtmMmmmmmmmmmwfmmmmmmmM'MMMMMMMMMM m JmbiMMMMMM 'isHSSMH' wMmwMtMM WLi- Ite UMVERSTTY OF 1HE SORBOMNe M fftRS HAS NEVER HAD A PROM COTBALLTCW OR FRATERNOY YCTfTB 700 YEARS OLD 1HEXE mf CMJSfiL NEXTW f THAT FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY? Remember? Daniel Baker is celebrating her fiftieth anniversary soon. The actual celebration is scheduled for the opening of sc...

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