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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1938

YEAR'S OUTSTANDING PROGRAM COMING TO LYRIC Sideline Shots Leroy Garrett Spring training is under way and everything looks favorable for next year. Some 44 athletes reported for duty last Monday and the total has mounted to more than fifty since that time. Twenty-one high school athletes were gueuts at the training session held during the past week. Some of the more outstanding candidates for the Hill Billie squad are Ed- ward Rtchel of Hamilton Billy Warner of Dublin Hiram McKel- vey of Oustlne J. T. Whitlock of Rising Star and James Hall and J. H. Childs of Cross Plains. All of the above visitors looked rather favorable t'o your reporter. We want you especially to keep your eyes on this J. H. Childs lad. He seems to have this backfield spirit that we need. Included among the squadmen for next year are six Daniel Baker lettermen. Preston Watson Jack Davenport Gaston Alford Alonzo Bittick Davy Carroll Billie Stew- art and Chubby Woblford are slat- ed to return to the wars on the grid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1938

BILLIE BLEATS Yes sir! I really do believe that It's catching all of them these days. From the actions we are all fair- ly aure that the disease just couldn't be 'spring fever' but aomethlnf la happening. Saw "Little One" and Qaiton caslnr in a jewelry store window a few days ago and they went right into the store. What? Love in bloom? Willie Mae Gul- ley courting an old ex-student of the college. He was here 'way back when. Good luck to both of 'em. of a certain series of contests and emerged with sole ownership to courting interests in a certain young lady but another of his old cronies got the best of him. Seems that the guy who came out third in the three way race spent Sunday Monday and Tuesday with the femme. Now something else comes up. "I wonder who the girl is who said Tm certainly glad Adrian is here Yett' There seems to be a new angle in the matter. Adrian seems to be losing his grip on the Ameri- can Dardanelle to "Frosh" Taylor; but at the same time the kid from Jackson...

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

N t D anielB aker Collegian m m m m w' p-i 1037 Member IMS! MPM L Associated Collegiate PrtM NatiMMlAivtrtWiigStnrio0yliie. Ctlbtt FuMtikm Rttn$$nMH 4tO Madison avi. New York. N. Y. CNICMO lOITOH LOt AHOIlIt FMACIKO Distributor of Collegiate Digest N dh A Z 722 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Spring brings the fever ... all kinds ... the most prevalent though seems to be that drowsy feeling that comes during the class periods. . . .it is striking everyone . . . other effects seem to cause long walks at night . . . picnics ... the desire to be up and doing . . .any- way it's here again. . . Congratulations to the Footlight Players for their work ... for the first time Daniel Baker is to be represented in the state intercol- legiate one act play contests .... Miss Watson is in charge of the work for the club . . . cast has been working some time . . . luck to them Brown Daily Herald is conduct- ing an interesting poll . . . ballot and additional information are in- cluded...

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

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Batered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll 1 s Leroy Garrett j r 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 THINK Too often have college seniors been told "You are the leaders of tomorrow" yet despite its triteness the phrase expresses a reality. College graduates are the leaders of their generation and fifteen years out of college they are playing a major part in determining the policies of the nation. As students these prospective future leaders must begin the pro- cess of training their minds on questions of vital national importance of moulding the opinions which will guide them in formulating policies as citizens. The Brown DAILY HERALD Survey of Student Opinion offers an '.opportunity for the students of t...

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

Sideline Shots Leroy Garrett After two weeks of spring train- ing it looks as if the Billies of Daniel Baker will have something next fall. Good material can be seen on the practice grid every afternoon. Reports from Coach "Shorty" Ransom are good; Ran som especially likes the prowess of the high school visitors and believes that they would show up in a fine way in the Billie line. "Skipper" Howard Wyman Mc- Innis and "Shorty" Wagnon are donating their services to Coach RanBom. These three are coaching the "whites" better known as the "gas house gang." In the first week of training the whites topped the blues the other half of the Billie herd 19-0. Another similar game will in all probability follow this week's practice sessions. These intra-squad games give each man a chance to prove his ability. Several of the fellows have proved themselves very capable during the time they have played in the practice sessions. The grid schedule for next fall was announced last week by Coach Ranso...

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

BLUE BLEATS George Allcorn rates the family car when he goes out with his Sammy Morris. And If s not the Allcorn family even though there are two autos In George's tribe. It's the Morris machine. Oh Boy! In spite of all those letters he receives from various points over the country (all seemingly from the same young lady) Garrett seems to be willing to keep up his rapid-fire courting. Has a different one al- most every time you see him. Just can't make up his mind about the Brownwood girls. Prof. MacKay had quite a time with his outdoor Spanish class the other day. Seemed that the wind just wouldn't get away and let kids have peace. And some even hoped that the outside recitations would be continued as there was more variety in scenery especially for those who were looking for the O. A. O. Never Too Old To Learn o XI- Y- That The Best HAMBURGERS and COLD DRINKS Come from PA & MA'S Opposite Pott Offioe i Come to HAMMOND I Beauty Shop j 1 1 05 Brady Phone 1 423J 3B EMISON & SO...

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

onr -jijjcv.t.zr . DanielB aker Collegian mpnnnmni 1937 Member 1931 Associated Collegiate Prow Distributors of Collegiate Digest MMIMNTM rod NATIONAL ABVMTItIN Y ' RlutllMMf aYDMHgIiniCflf MS Z 722 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL The Footlight Players seem to be about ready for their jaunt to Lubbock to take part in the inter- collegiate one act play contest . . . we know that every student in the school is wishing them luck . . . and we are glad to see that at least one organization is trying to spread the fame of the school Received an Interesting letter from James S. Oxford a former student in Daniel Baker who visited with us last year ... he is still interested in the school .... has been reading the paper during the past year .... and by the way he will continue to do so ... . ex- pressed some valuable opinions and gave us some fine ideas .... also he revived our interest in another matter which other students drop- ped some time ago. . . about the Daniel Baker fla...

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

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN READ! THINK! VOTE! RETURN! Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas aa second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll j 8 Leroy Garrett J Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters USINES8 STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor We printed this ballot last week with the request that students fill In the blanks and return to the Col- legian office or to one of the mem- bers of the staff. To date three of the ballots have been returned. We are again printing the questions and again we are making the re- quest that the students cooperate with us In this nation-wide poll. Would like to see a few more of the students interested in the move- ment. The thing has been discuss- ed in several of the classes and all have had time to think over the questions propounded. Think again and check your answers. Return the ballot to the C...

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

41 3 Sideline Shots Leroy Garrett Baseball Is in the air again. Hand and soft ball games are be- Ing played all over the nation. So those who have been waiting for the call of the diamond can start their play. It is here with spring. Last season in the soft ball lea- gue Daniel Baker did very well. The Billies won the first half of the series; but due to the loss of men in June they lost in the finals. Nothing has been said or done about entering the city race this year. We happen to know t hat there are several gentlemen on the campus who are rather versatile when it comes to baseball. Some we know are very good on the soft ball side. Coach Shorty Ransom issued a weeks' rest to his spring gridders last Monday. After two weeks of hard training including several days of scrimmage the coach de- cided that his boys needed the hol- idays. They will report Monday to continue with their spring work- outs. Brownwood's sports club de- serves a little praise. The offi- cials of the club took...

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

BLUE BLEATS Flash!! Flash!! Have a certain freshman on the campus who thinks that he Isn't getting enough publicity. Since he is a frosh what more should be said? It is rumored that "Little Fig" has something akin to the S. A.; however we saw Nubbin Payne doing a little courting the other night. be Stella has seen another uniform. George Allcorn and a certain young lady name o' Nell have been seen keeping company. Jack Davenport popular young Romea of the campus is finding it rather hard to court two girls at the same time. We are sure that it's a freshman but where does he borrow that fine technique of blushing? Many students have been as- tounded by the antics that Hugh has pulled during the year but they were surprised again the other night when he started trucking. He is now planning to open a danc- ing school or at least that's the present rumor. We are wondering how the boys at the White House are going to do their courting now. Raleigh's lit- tle red Ford is gone. Anyway it w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1938

Daniel Baker Collegian IF v 1937 Member 1988 Associated Collegiate Preaa 1 HfMI L Ma !!! 1 Aim lMafrrMlna J I iiiusiiiiiiaTfJiiiMf tnicff me i Distributors of Collegiate Digest CtUtu ruUmm luprmutativ 410 MADIION AVI. NIW YORK N. Y CHICM NITON IM AMUII MANeitC J Z722 Volume XXXII. Old Campus Landmark Crumples Falls As Nature Gets to Work on the Hill Glancin Around OUT ON THC HILL PANNING THE CROWD!! Onions to Jo Nell Maxcey. They might make better bait for her to use when she goes fishing for those men she seems to want. Garlic to "Little Preacher Broth- er." He deserves It. A bag of hot air to Horace Wohl- ford. Not that he needs any more but he does deserve something for the high regard with which he credits himself. Star dust to those members of the junior class who are leaving everything to Mrs. Ward. They de- serve less than the left-overs and chances are that is what they will get. A big hunk of "baloney" to "Moon Mullins" on account of that's what so many people think of him....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Uttered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll anm. Laroy Garrett Sport Peggy Charnqulst Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters USINESS STAFF It E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor y- 9frxWm-t - lL AMBLING AROUND FOR FUN Now is the time for all the students to get down to business. There's work to be done even though it's all in fun. So listen and let's get things going right now. Even now there is a pressing need for an auditbrium and a library building. Students who feel the need of some- thing to keep them awake so they may study during the examination period would do well to resort to the good old-fashioned black coffee at repeated intervals. Today a school is made known by its athletic teams. Man is no longer a personality but a civil war. Thrill to the chatter of wild geese ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1938

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

Last Warning Issued by Members of Trail Staff to Students Who Receive Books INDIVIDUALITYItM WON'T WORK HIVtl SAY MIM- IRS OF A CERTAIN CLAN ON THI CAMPUS. "ALL OR NONE" It THE CRY. pectal warnings have been re- leafed by the members of the pub- lications staffs of the college dur- ing the past few weeks In regards to the autographing of the an- nuals. Rather serious errors have been noted in some of the books following their distribution. These mistakes were not due entirely to the members of the staff but are blameable on the members of the student body. The warnings have been Issued in order that as many mistakes may be eliminated this year as possible. In the first place the practices Of the former years have resulted In rather embarrassing situations for the members of the student body. In the second place there is the chance that the book itself will be marred if special precautions are not taken. Third there's no in being so self-centered. - In other words when this busi- nes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 April 1938

DanielB aker Collegian piiqEii 1937 Member 198S I mfmimtm ran national avmtiin v ' Associated Collegiate Preaa 1 PlSKPSnSjPSJvVJBJMByVSSjvBwylRSM ' Distributor of Collegiate Digest 4tO Madison Avk. Niw York. N. Y. Cnkmo two Let Annus rAneiico Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL This business of the itch epidemic is becoming something of a problem on the campus. . . whoever started the joke has started a fire that doesn't seem to want to go out. . . . each week there are new cases re- ported. . . . always a different per- son but it only lasts a day or two until a new victim is found don't let anyone see your dirty neck or they will surely report that you can't bathe because you have the infection. Strange things are in the air. . . things that sometimes shake our faith in this patriotism business. . a story in the Dallas News figures in this one. . . we repeat: A short time ago a newly naturalized citi- zen of the United States he is a resident of Texas now was natur- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 April 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN atered at Port Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF Joka Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor 5" SlU 1 SPort- Lsroy Garrett j Peggy Charnqulst Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters UtINEtt STAFF It E. Wells Manager B1U Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor CAMPUS CAMERA PROF. WILLIAM LYON 0FYALEsCfJE0F AMERICAS BEST KNOWN EDUCATORS CARRIES AN UMBRELLA AL- MOST CONSTANTLY' THINGS TO COME Several years have passed since the signing of the Armistice fol- lowing the great World War. Living conditions have changed. Nation- al policies have been altered to fit changing needs. The map of Europe has been revised. Every day new developments the results of the war are forcing themselves forward. No one seems to know what will take place next. One nation cannot exist without the co-operation of the other states which make up the map of the world. The United States has always adhered to a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 April 1938

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 April 1938

BLUE BLEATS "Good bye Hon" Mid the little firt on the steps of the high school building . And Jlmmle Moore has been "Hon" to the rest of the boys for the past week. And why was Fltsle In bed to her nose Monday afternoon? Are the Denmans getting too thick on the campus or was It a headache from worrying about one of the tribe Our friend Talpa Thompson stems to get along all right with that San Antonio Freshman. He's still at the Job. BUI Is the one and only yet she just won't settle down to her studies What shall we do? Leo who is this high school girl Betty that we are hearing about? We didn't think that you fell for blondes. Anyway what about Dardanelle? Interesting If true Speedy Em- ley Is hard at the task of changing her mind again. Don't know what she would do If her love were not as constant as her mind. Ten thousand changes per revolution. One revolution every six weeks. Mind and love. Mump victims Edward Dilling- ham Alonzo Bittick "Heavy" Hicks and "Nick" Sawyer. More? Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 April 1938

1- DanielBakerCollegian t 1987 Member IMS t MMMMNTt MR NATIONAL AVMTiaiN It I L Associated CoUfgiatt Prats RWRRISJRSJlfJIllBJIBJgsmnwyllllM 4tO MADISON AVI. NEW YONK. M. Y. Distributors of Colltf Utt Digest "f I CMCAM MITOII tM ARttltl 111 MAHCIICO Z72f Volumt XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Talk on the campus. . . Rudolph Brewster of the Footlighters is planning the production of a gargle and wiggle show. . . name is being mentioned in some of the higher-up circles. . . in other words Daniel Baker will perhaps become an- other home of musical comedy. . . . and the aforementioned Mr. Brew- ster has had several appeals from members of the student body for a real old-time mellerdrammer hissing viUyuns and all. . . we are waiting for the outcome. . . . what a crook Rudy would make! i It's coming seniors. .-. we can see it in those smiling faces. . . . just about time to take that last leap. . . into what? . . . diplomas rings caps and gowns being ordered. . . .speakers to be sele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 April 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Ibhtered at Port Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr. Managing Editor Con Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll ) snAta Leroy Garrett j Peggy Charnqulst Betty e Jo Sanderson Club Reporters UtINESt STAFF R. B. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr. Circulation Helen Post Wright Advisor Soi TO A WORTHY STUDENT GROUP Congratulations of the entire student body are in order. The good wishes are to be extended to the members of the Christian Students Association of the college. They are doing a 'great work. They have many plans for further developments in the college during the coming years. Let us hope that they will continue to function. Only a few of the students have been reached perhaps; and it is true that at the present time only those who are actually interested in right living and right conduct are members of the organization but the scope of the association is being broadened. ...

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