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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 April 1938

Sideline Shots Track workouts progressing. Tht boyi lire topping the vaulting and juniping standards each even- ing in preparation for the coming Texas Conference track meet. A couple more may be seen trotting ttfdund the field building up wind for the longer dashes and Shorty Wafnon spends his time toting the hurdles 'around and jumping over them. Chances are that the boys will win a few places. Soc Walker and Preston Watson seem to be getting long rathr well at this vaulting Imsiness. Bolivar Roberts is keep- ing along with them. Wagnon shows rather pretty form in the hurdles. It is said that he-has been rather good at the tim- ber topping business in the past and he seems to be regaining some of that ability of late. Walter Ball believes that he is the tops in the jumping line but he is liable to get some competi- tion from a lad by the name of L. M. Waters. In the first workouts L. M. was hitting too close to the six foot mark and the record isn't very many feet over that. Could...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 April 1938

BLUE BLEATS Rumor "DOG" DILLARD ll in the market for a local firl. The Fort Worth one is too far away and too seldom sesze. Facte CORA says that she Is making elaborate plans for catch- ing a swell case of the 8. A. One of the interested parties is J. B. FLOWERS whether he knows it or not. I ASTIR M SITING (Continued from Page 1) Bradford brought out the fact that we too are sleeping and leaving Christ to fight His own battles. At Jump champ of Farmersville is still trying to top five feet at the DBC park. Worked hard at it all afternoon Tuesday. WATERS is still waiting so he can go on up in the air. Overheard FITZIE claims that she has a perpetual rival. IMO- GENS FARRIS just won't stay a- way from her current loves. She has had competition for the past three years 't is related. Scoop A new one coming up on DAMRON MONDAY. It'll be good when we are ready to break it to the interested parties. Real News Donning a coat clean shirt and neck-tie FROSH TAYLOR set out for church the othe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1938

DanielB aker Collegian 1M7 Member Anodftted CoHtglttt 1 Distributors of Coikftott Digest Z7t I MMWMNTM NO NATMNAL ABVMTIMN I Hiljjitlliitiliiiitttiiikiijw 1 L hlMs4sl aMsVisnaaYS ef siBssMeAssfJlM J 4SO MAMMN AVI. NtW YOMK N. V. 1 I CmCM SMTM Uf ARtlLtt SAM fMMHM 4 r Vehtme XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THI HILL Easter holidays. . another dream gOM by. . . f or others It will bt just anothtr term fon by. .for the seniors It will be a nervous three months. . . . foinf to school. . . . some will fit married. ... the freshmen will be the proudest of them all ... he will no longer be just a freshman. . . the dream of all the Froth. .... Then there Is another thing that Is brought to mind. . . one of the seniors that Is already teaching. . . Nubbin Payne. . . wrote an inter- esting letter to the "Whitehouse" boys recently. . . .he writes "you boys are lucky take the advice of one who knows and learn all you can. It will be very necessary when you teach or enter your pro- fession.'1 Again ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA stotered at Pott Office of Brownwood Tu as Mcond class -matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr. Manafin Editor Cora FowIm Associate Sdltor DavidCarroll glorti Leroy Garrett J Peggy Charnqulst Bettys Jo Sanderson Club Reporters BUSINESS STAFF It. E. WeUa Manager Bill Brookover Aaafttant J. N. Taylor Jr. Circulation Helen Port Wright Advisor STEREOTYPED PERSONALITY LOST HORIZON "Why don't we get joy out of living? Because we've sold our birthright of simple spontaneous sincere emotion for a handful of fashionable feathers and flap- doodle." These words are rather startling yet there is so much truth in them. Read them again "we've sold our birthright of sincere emotion." At first those words may seem queer and you may question their reason. But how often do you let go to spontaneous emotion? Do you use words that are yours and of your own originality or do you copy those witty sayings that are used over and over again by some- one else? Think o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1938

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1938

BILLIE BLEATS Why does Nick Sawyer run down the street with nil shirt tall h&nf- inf out? What hai happened to Chubby's Dodge T Happen to recall that he hain't been riding around in it of late. Maybe he had rather walk to the ball game with Jo Nell. Nelda Ifclnroe seems to have forgotten Pete. Saw "Dog" Dil- lard driving the Bulck the other day. affair. Could it possibly Rudolph's cool personality? Jessie Beryl seems to have a phobia for falling down stairs. We hear that the third time is charmed. Maybe she will break her neck. Walter did it take you four and a half pages to tell how good you were? Always we find something new about Jimmie Moore. Just ask him what he thinks about his Coleman girls. It might be Interesting to know. Merry Mix-up; Oaston with June "Little One" with Moon. Say what's this anyway. Eva Nell McGlothin seems to be getting the rush but George seems to be holding his own. Her little pal Jimmie seems to be doing all right too. Mary Elizabeth seems to have e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 April 1938

'il DanielB aker Collegian 19S7 lffmbtr 19311 Associated ColkfiaU Prtss Distributors of CoUsgtett Difttt 2 711 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THI HILL First a welcome to those high school seniors who will be with us tonight we shall be very glad to see them. . . . would like- to meet each one but feel that will be im possible so we are asking for the cooperation of the members of the student body in making the visitors feel that they are welcome and that we would like to have them with us next year. . . . hope that everything suits and that all have the fine time that we are trying to provide for them. Work has been progressing dur- ing the week and things should be in fine shape by the time the doors are opened tonight. .. . the program committee has been hard at 'work and a variety of talent has been secured for the occasion. . . . are looking forward to one of the greatest spring socials in the history of the school. Sorry that the paper last week was so late. . . . though i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 April 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas m second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll ) sitinirte Leroy Garrett J ? Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club lUporttrs UtINCtt STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Billy Dcmnan Assistant Helen Post Wright Advisor SF? f kSSBBBBBBBBESBBBBBBBBneh. A WELCOME FOR 1I3S 1931 Tonight we will have visitors from all sections of the district from the senior classes of all the surrounding high schools. They will be the guests of the student body. They come with the Idea of having a good time and the students have made preparations with the Idea of showing them that fun which they expect They are prospestive stu- dents and it is up to us to see that they. are. Impressed with the way that Daniel Baker students do things. We must see that they feel at home and that they enjoy all that is here for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 April 1938

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 April 1938

BILLIE BLEATS Flash!! Re-Flash! Double Flash!! At last Kara and Dalpha have made it legal and official. Dalpha li wearing a little something on her left' hand. Was unable to find out when it will happen but Kara didn't pull the wool over our eyes. Poor Jim. He what it's al about. doesn't know went dead. And another Dorothy Nell Baker this time seems to be grow- ing rather sophisticated of late or Is it just a case of over dignity? Exclusive: Dillingham and his little pal "Ossie" were seen taking the town of Coleman in. Guess you will call it truckin. Hot News!! Latest S. A. case on the campus. That gallant young Romeo and that heart-breaking red head Jelly Keith. They've been seen together quite a bit lately. Those dashing Hill Billies Hugh Trussell and Billie Stewart were seen in town Saturday afternoon hot on the trail of Mary Ann. Lay off Guys! Don't you know that she is Oscar's girl. Could anyone tell Us who Ben Wagnon's girl is? First we see him with Sybil. Then it's La Verne. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1938

D anielB aker Collegian s 1M7 Member ISM Assodattd CoDefiatt Pmi Dlitrtbuton of ColkfUtt Digtst Z7tt I wmmmii m natmmai. asvmtmmm tv I I tlitlwdAinrHifcltinlinJii J f 4IO MABMOM AVI. NEW YORK. N. V. 1 I IMHM BMTM IM AMIIM RMMMM J Volume XXXII. Qancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Prom's over and has been pro- claimed a diitlnct success . . larg- er crowd than we have witneued In aeveral yean. . . the gym wai something to behold and was it a surprise to find that the student worked all week on the project. . . It was not the work of a few stu- dents for one day. . . a few stu- dents worked for several days. . . anyway it was a grand affair and there are others who share that opinion with us. . . . Everyone winding up their work . . . comes rather hard for some of those who have been resting since mid-term. . . they're way be- hind. . . clubs are talking things over. . . 8. O. 8. group still has quit a bit of work to do on the wall along the northeast side of the campus. . . success to them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Entered at Poet Office of Brownwood Texas as second class mattar. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr. Ifanaiinf Bdltor Cora Fowlaa Aaaoclata Bdltor David Carroll ) not Leroy Garrett J Perry Charnqulst Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters BUSINESS STAFF R. E. Walls lfanarar Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr. Circulation Billy Denman Assistant Helen Post Wrifht Advisor CROOK WHK AT THE END CF hcye tORSATj BHVsfllBlaBSHPsaHHI mf. BBBWBBBBBr 8BHBBaBtBP pBmBBH ppw sppw K iBSSSSSsT'BSSSSBBsT ShSBsI aWEf fTllfW BBsssssssseTBBBiTjsV KjBBsssssssssssv sVsssssssssssm i jbsssssssssf MKAN snxomwgnapui OtNCRSOVfNOTWW HIRAM OMUGNl OUR MOTHERS Mother's Day is a great day. It has grown in importance in the United States through the ages. It hag become one of the most sacred days of the year. We are not interested in the origin of the day or in the proclamations which are issued annually in honor of the day. The thing which strikes us is the interest with whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1938

Avon's Bill Bopped For Punk Tales "IN OLD CHICAGO" OPENS SATURDAY MIDNIGHT AT THE LYRIC UDDINQ AUTHOR IXPRItt- VIIWS REGARDING IM- MORTAL BARD OF AVON. AYS HI WAS THE 'BUNK.' Thli fellow William Shakespeare who hunf out over in what was called Merry England muat have been aome kind of an all-around chump. He even had the flat-fac-edneae to believe that aome folka down the line would read the tripe he concocted and believe It was the tope. Now thle fellow Bill had aome good Idaa and a great Imagination. In fact hla beat Idea waa that he could take aome other mug's work and make It look and sound better than the original. That's where he coined the dough. He fooledthe royalty and the poor chumps with the sheckles Into believing that they liked those things he called plays. The fact is that the man couldn't even write In the English language. The way he tossed the verbs and adjectives around was a shame. Moreover he couldn't even hatch up a few two-bit descrlbers with- out slinging In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 May 1938

BILUE BLEATS Someone ask Davy Carroll where he waa Thuraday night and what he did. Have reports that he did something of an unusual nature. Imogene Farrlg doesn't want anyone to know that she Is going steady with "Little Fig" because she Is afraid that the other guys will cease to lavish their attentions on her. That's straight from a re- liable source. Anyway. . so what? We are extremely perplexed in regard to the whereabouts of a certain Intrepid young plebian whose initials are Brandon White. Date April 29th. Time rather early. Companions few. Busi- ness (censored). Reports welcomed. hour? There is a revival going on in Daniel Baker for students who don't know it. Bettye Jo Sander- son is trying to do something for Jimmie Moore and Jim Gaines. This old story about a motor boat dying is getting old. Let's find another story for a change Mildred. It's been used twice in the last week. ;mom JW1 euo u1 ep omj Suj -Aq UOM Aa noqB sjtfl S.KIM Warren Marbry made a week end of it. Prom v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1938

1 . DanielB aker Collegian i 1987 Member lftt' WWUtNtH f NATMNAk ASVMTItlN T ' MsMsMsiAsVej4lalsMfSafiiftae) li IWIMMRIMTW asBRpP"Ej vsvs m SjtftHjBSSBw BflMMff MSyfRJSIPfSWSVW AiMcittcd ColItffUtt Prtw Distributors of CoUtfifttt Digtst rfuMulwli 2 721 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THK HILL IT is almost over. . . term them- es are in order. . . exams are corn- ins; up rapidly. . . seniors are on the worry list. . . the question con- cerns exemptions. . . speakers for commencement have been selected ... the program is being arrang- ed. . . applications for degrees are being made. . . Invitations are be- ing sent out. . soon it will be all over for thirty Daniel Baker sen- iors. . . they will have completed their stay in the college. . we just can't get away from the thought that they are leaving and that they won't be back next year. . we have enjoyed their friendship and their assistance in the work of the school and now it's about all over. . . we'll miss them. . . Trail work...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Sixteen thousand mirrors light- ed up the Green Key prom at Dart- mouth College. Two sets of twins are on the Massachusetts State College base- ball team for 1938. 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 Sport- Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters USINESS STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Billy Denman Assistant Helen Post Wright Advisor 1938'S NUMBER ONE CAMPUS CLUB There is really no harm is passing a little praise where it is truly deserved. As we draw nearer to the close of another year and glance back over the events of the past nine months we find that there are several organizations in the school which demand special praise for the work that they have done during the year. However we are not going to attempt to mention all of the organizations wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1938

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 May 1938

Blggett chumps on the campus: You should know. TsBSfliBBliBliiBFeiBPiaBBBiBBBBjaB 25B5iQr F at. - mVANNES (TA.VAN) Wast watch for tbt college girl . . . or My SMdtni MIm for whoa smmmu an precious? Thi see our fine collection of Tavtaats. They're smart m tbt newest dtaca step and always dtpcndablti BxtmNd pymis if dt$hti. jjjKiQ LadlM' Tavann.i. 7).w.i mov.mtm. 10 Xt. relltd9old plat btnl and !Ml back In ytllow only. Xr.lsltr Mack silk cord with witty elaip. S8I.M M. O. CURRY CREDIT JEWELER BLUE BLEATS her brother and she stays out with an old flame Hurschel Garvin Dunn. Bounds like last year's dust. Has Pete Barne'a wife given him the go-by? It makes us wonder because we have seen him with ttelda once or twice lately. Maybe it was a false rumor or something. Thelma Spivey is surely gener- ous with her engagement ring. She seems to believe that turn about is fair play. Jelly Keith will not be outdone. Her boy friend goes fishing with 1 STATIONERY With Monogram or Name 39c to $1.00 I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 May 1938

DanielBaker Collegian i i i i i m m m J .L piii 1937 Member IMS I HmilNTII Pad NATIONAL ABVMTISIN BY Associated Collegiate PreM 1 NitimdMvirtiiiiifSirviotflM CUt htUtthtrt RitnunttHv 410 MADtlON AVI. NIW YORK N. V. Distributors of Collegiate Digest I CHICM MtTOR LOt AMILt IAN PiANCIICO A Z722 Volume XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL Next week's Issue of the Col- legian will be the last of the school year. . . have hopes of preparing a special section for the seniors. . . any cooperation from the members of the graduating class will be ap- preciated. . . Congratulations seem to be in order for Rudolph Brewster . . . seems that he has been selected as tops by the members of the Foot- light Players' Club. . . official title . . . outstanding performer of 1937- 1938. . . Summer students arriving daily . . . quite a few on hand already . . . a welcome to all of them and may they have a pleasant time on the campus this summer . . . hope that there are more before very many more days h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 May 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 1 Leroy Garrett j Bport Peggy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters U8INE8S STAFF R. E. Wells Manager Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Billy Deninan Assistant Helen Post Wright Advisor Then Come Others Last week we named the Christian Students Association the most active club in the school. Now we proceed to list the other clubs in the institution according to their activity during the year. The status and membership of the club is not taken into consideration but the selections arc based on the accomplisments of the clubs. The next nine organizations in the school for the past year are the Pep Squad the Beta Epsilon Club the S. O. S. Club the Footlight Players Club the Library Club the Coggin Society the Racqueteers the Band and the "B" Association. The Pep Squ...

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