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

' From the Clipboard by ill MoSrayer celebrate Daniel Baker's fiftieth BJHJef Qg DoWIl Just what have the Billies had to contend with this year? First take a look at the schedule. In opening the season the Billies took on a tough Hardin-Simmons outfit a team that lost to Centen- ary by only two touchdowns. Next came West Texas State one of the strongest outlaw teaniB to ever play in the conference. The Bill- ies scored a touchdown even though losing by 33 points. Pre- ceding a heart-breaking loss to Austin College by a small score of 7-6 the boys battled a mighty St. Mary's 11 only to lose 27-7. anniversary and the biggest home coming ever planned the Billies are combialny every facility at their command in order to "turn the worm" and invade the win column. Rose Bowl for 7 C. U? Well after this scribe nw their great learn function last week against A. & M. he Is inclined to believe that it won't be because of their Fighting To TWC In a hard-fought football game that saw plenty ...

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

-f FOO . . . FOO It seems that Aubrey and Von- clllo aro dolnfj quite woU lately. Eettor watch out for that school teacher "Oocar." Flash! .... Oirls! Has High school conquered again? But Anderson and one of the lassies down the street were seen last week end. EXCHANGE Johnny Jones: "Dad what Is the difference between a cat and a comma?" Elder Jon: "I don't Know what is it Johnny?" Johnny: "A cat has claws at the end of its paws while a comma It a pause at the end of a clause." The Assistant Yell Leader Joe McDonald should be paying a little uttention to Earleen Morris. It seems that It would be O. K. with her. Someone is giving the girls on the Daniel Baker campus heart And Fc came home laat night Junior Will Hold just for Utile's birthday. And - . a - - she was really thrilled. We don't AlUIUSU StUIlt Night blame her tho ipotaowd by the Junior Clan Ed's preseaot brfc on the own- the annual stunt night will be pua last Wjttfrigt ttttfe hetf within the naxt two weeks. Ev;.' heart bt...

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

D anielB aker Collegian Volume XXXIII ROWNWOOD TEXAS Friday Offkttr M Itjft Number 6 ' REVERIES Once upon a time there were ome goati that lived on a hill. Now these goats were the proud possessors of the most beautiful mohair in the land. It was in de- mand by people from everywhere. Those who were interested in the more beautiful things came miles to see the coats worn by the goats on the hill. But the goats kept their mohair. They would not lose it to anyone. They thought that when the winter came and the snow wan on the ground that they would be glad to have those warm coats themselves rather than lose it to some stranger. But one day just as the seasons were changing some of them strayed away from the corral and went into other pastures to play. Then when win- ter came lo these goats had no "mo" hair! No point maybe unless you can find one. The girls of the student body are certainly to be congratulated. When fifty of the girls turn out in such grand spirit as was displayed the...

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

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas m MOODd class matter. If38 Member 1999 MWIUItl fO NATMRAk AWrMTtaiM ? Pbsocfated Goterjiate toss Nstjoyl M - Diitribatoc of 4 to Madison avi. niw vnk n. V. fVkfloPtinfo riKorf cmmm motm lm amhh mi mamim EDITORIAL STAFF Editor - Core Fowles Sports Editor Bill McBrayer Reporters: Gene Kennedy Maebell Fitzgerald Percy Owen Richard Slider Betty Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Bill Brookover Circulation Manager - - ... J. N. Taylor Assistants Richard Daley Joe McDonald Marvin McMullen Cecil Holder George McBrayer Faculty Sponsor .....Jtfrs. Helen Post Wright C c 1 Jwy X"jgTlBfcgM GRADES GO IN NEXT WEEK Duos thut mean anything to you? Very few students remain un- affected by this fact. Either they must' cram for a few tests or they take them and hope that they made a very good grade. Some only hope to get by. And there is the question. If you have been studying since the first of school you wi...

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

. From the Clipboard by III MoSraysr feat football story of tha wak . . .. Whan Maryland want to play Syracuse a third string tackla nam KrauM waa M&t up to tha priM box in "Clwiss" to ipot Maryland playa for the scribes. . . . Syracuse had about half lta 03-0 final score piled at the end of the half; and between periods an aseiatant coact came running up to the atadium. . . . "Hey" he bellowed "Come on down and put on a luit. "We've been looking all over for you. Thoae who miaaed the Brown-wood-Belton colored football game laat Tueiday night really missed one of the most spirited games of the season. Plenty of action and color prevailed. "Whiskey" Wil- son of the Helton Dragons led his team-mates to a 137 victory over the local boys who were paced by the efficient services of Capt Park- er Carter David Harris Jr. and Joe Williams. It is reported that Horace Benjamin left guard for the locals had at least two rooters for him as his wife and son sat in the stands. ... It was the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 October 1938

FOO . . . FOO Where was it that Poo heard of somoone standing in tbe middle of the bed and swinging of all things a baton? What star of the dribble floor has been observed practicing his Hhots with a newcomer named Smith on Vincent? No interview has been advisable but we wonder just what he has been pitching. Advice to freshmen. Those who ask Dick Slider how he met his Waterloo or someone Sans Pants on the way back from the lake will be banished to the orchid mines of Bulgravia. He came they saw Foo conqquered. The conductor arranger of the Billie Band seems to have gone off the deep end of a brass horn for a frosh who has talents and possibilities in the musical field ( ?) It seems that R. Slider and P. Owen combined their like of Coffee and the theme of the show "Double or nothing" in choosing companions for the Home-coming game. It is reported that they are in the market for a branding iron or name plates "Adeline" and "Madeline." Sammie Morris is just pining away. Seems that Geo...

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

'KJ. r-vrm iJrrTrjrrTi ' MmtfWMWMMRUlW1 WW llVPPlPIHipRPIPII f 'f D anielB aker Collegian 1-71 vtuhM xxxim ROWNVVOOD TSXAS Friday Novtmfcsr 4 1WS. Number TjffW Vf rtJimftWF . . ' '' i REVERIES Proving themselves to be good ports and real fellows the boys from across the tracks did the grandest piece of work ever when they came over to our campus the other day to clear away the mess that we found that morning. Who might have caused such an un- sightly scene Is not known but . - ---- -..- -- know that those fellows who do came war w ciew it up in unwr JSSiJtS1 -wmm raHnnnainiti with hibil. mwhii Let's hoje that this spirit of help- .. i a-t ii ivuneas anu irieuuiincss uunuuues. uniy in aucn a cooperative way can he hope to make progress. While ln a congratulatory mood lets not overlook the fact that the first six-weeks is over and some of the members of the student body should be given a word of praise for doing such fine work. . Others ent sltua- of course found a different tion to e...

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

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN ntend t Port OttlM of ium?oo Tum m mill iM FANNIE HURSTS "FOUR DAUGHTERS" ON THE SCREEN Assocued aeu p IhJSS!a!5!S.Iifc Dtecribatsref 4to mabimm avi. niwymrn.v. fg-Mfsfty-AfS. Olfl(Ac CNMM SMTM IM MHM SM PMMMM COLLEGIAN STAFF j EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA' FOWLES Feature Editor Maebelle Fitzgerald Exchange Editor Opal Holley Sports Editor BUI If cBrayer Club Editor Percy Owen Club Reporters ..Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loci McfCnif ht BUSINESS MANAGER .W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Managers George McBrayer Joe McDonald Assistants Janie Conway Sarah Cawley Marian Bynum Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright THE CURRENT RUNt THE OTHER WAY A few weeks ago an editorial appeared in this column called "The Tide Has Turned" concerning the relationship between the stu- dents of Daniel Baker and those neighbors of ours across the tracks. The following week a similar editorial appeared in the "Yellow Jacket" of Howard Payne. Both of these editorials emphasized the...

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

4- From thi Clipboard hy III MoSraver hy llll MoSrayer ThM - n tTm.nM . Yo? Tiim S!?? WatIL you can hit him high low tide- wise or what have you. and ha till eomii mb httiin- a. i. ..... ""- VMMfJ man on u have gone JJST 0.ut.of ! with in- junw was iinie Freston hai en- j. t a . ..a. . aurea with fiffht. JX? "? "fil frwhmen "Kink" Cauley and "Hannv" p.u M Cfinly tepPm'' y " V - W- M " OTSWB raie oow played tosrethar on h Comanche High team on '86 and '87 and were no slouches at their anil I4 1 uu """"" However ii. individual praise cannot be registered as a reflection on any of the other team-mates Needless to say that spirit on the Billie gridiron is hard to parallel in any section vou mv tiAv Tnose ooys may lose a game but they wake un th nf .!.. with the fighting spirit and with sealous anticipation of the cominr game. A team like that is worth sticking by win lose or draw. "The Unbeaten." The Green comes down from Hanover town with emerald flame and flare. The Panther flashes ha...

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

V FOO . . . FOO wasn't a selfish motive btblnd her oratorical outburst. Ding Dong . . . Ronald Rumor What pries music? C. O. Logan has It that Richard Daisy and Cora can't dsclds on a piano or a riif . jack Taylor might be engaged Harbour's mother says nix on . . . Why not three years is long orchestra playing unless bells are enough Isn't It? chimes. . . This man Logan t Tau Kappa Delta It Brookover Chotan Organized By Boys Prat Club Haad Why does Jimmle Moore jump 40 feet every time he sees a spot- light? Hottip to frosh Pulton A vac- uum cleaner might help In winning C. Moffet's affection. Ask J. W. Alderson. Fitsgerald says that shs thinks that Bill Fulton is a cuts froth. 'Course he is Fltsle but you've no business thinking so. These people who hit It so con- venientlyfor instance two Smiths realizing that one of them won't even have to change her name. "Poodle" Coke poor boy Is all tangled up. P. C. has it on one of the Coffey twins (and we might add that that provokes confusi...

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

DanielB aker Collegian Z-7tf VtlmiM XXXJII ROWNWOOD TIXAS NovtmlMr 11 113 Number 7 REVERIES Today is Armistice Day. It is the day on which we pay tribute to those dead who tho dead yet live with us because of what they have given for their country. Now that they have gone on leaving our country and the world "safe for democracy" our contributing must be to keep that world In just such a state. Mrs. Crowell herself a Gold Star mother offers a thought concerning this in her lines: "All wars are useless let there be no more! We shall not have a part in this mad thing. You can not take the fine sons that we bore And offer them for bloody slaughtering. Consult the mothers of the earth O men And there will never be a war again! Tomorrow our boys are going after another of those Conference wins. The Christians are prac- tically in the same position now that our team was two years ago when the jinx worked. There is no reason why that jinx should not be turned the other way. At any rate ever...

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

In k i- I l DANIEL BAKERjCOLLEClAN Battnd at Pott Office of Brownwood Texas m second dan matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year 1938 MCabtr 19M MPMaiNTIB Pen NATIONAL ABVMTItlNS BV PtSSOCfafed Gbtetikfe PtoSS National AdvertktefSenrfc Inc. Distributor of 410 Maoison Avi. New York. N. Y. "VJglL-gta TOmCac! emcAto SMroa Let amiim mmcim COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLE8 Feature Editor Maebelle Fitzgerald Exchange Editor Opal Holley Sports Editor Bill McBrayer Club Editor Percy Owen Club Reporters ..Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnight BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Managers George McBrayer Joe McDonald Assistants Janie Conway Sarah Cawley Marian Bynum Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright NOVEMBER 11 Twenty years ago today at Versailles in France a treaty was signed ending a long seige of warfare in which almost every country in the world had become engaged. In these series of battl...

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

' J t ' V 1 From the Clipboard by III MoSrayer Wasn't it wonderful? Actual victory? Boy I've swathed ab- orbed and drunk that glorious feeling every since it happened. And did those boys fight! They deservedly won. The game waa whistle blew and Carroll's sure toe sent the old pigskin high down the field to the doomed Indians. Fate had already tied and bound ' Old Lady Luck so that she couldn't reach Into her bag of tricks and foil any more chances for our spirited 11. 'Ole "Crip Jinx" did his best to enter the game but "Daring Dick Determined" took care of that gentleman. It was ours and we weren't to be denied again. The most impressive factor of the vlotory was the vicious charging of the line. As you know a block- ed punt will make or break a game. Well those boys made It. A high tribute to the team Is the fact that "Wild III" Emerson the raging little half that was a standout for the Indians is considered to be one of the fastest punters in the con- ference as well as one of the...

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

tA FOO . . . FOO The Smith ditto and Moore-Mof-fett combinations have become quite a Jolly foursome. And not a bad one either we'd say. Our little friend Helen Harbour seems to be getting along just a bit of all right with "Mose" Hamp- ton. How was the previow kids? Funny that she always tells us that they are just her big brothers. And there's J. N. Taylor. He was with one of the Coffeyi the other night but we'll bet for more rea- sons than one that he couldn't tell us which one it was. And are we glad to have our old friend Ray Owen back with us on the campus! He hasn't been doing so badly for himself since his ar- rival. Guess he just has that cer- tain something. What young fellow has been courting Zona Miller? We wont tell if he'll bring us a cake. . . but we do know things. . . and she is quite interested in something back home. . . now what could that be! out of picking on people on busses. Speaking of the hay ride.. . . a lot of things happened. . . That horse seemed to know...

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

Daniel Baker Collegian 2-7M Velume XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TIXAS November It 19M. Number Honor RoD For First ! f trading renod Announced Here REVERIES Next week is Thanksgiving. Per- haps the most outstanding feature to most of us is the fact that we have a holiday from Thursday thru Saturday. But the season should carry a much deeper meaning for us than merely a rest for a few days. The day was instigated as a. day of thanks to God for His kindness and goodness to a group of people endeavoring to build an em- pire out of a wilderness. They had almost nothing materially speak- ing in comparison with what we have today yet they had God. And with Him on your side nothing else matters. Today we- too have Him for whose guidance we should be thankful. Don't forget as the day comes around next week that you are one of the most fortunate per- sons alive. . . and don't forget it every other day In the year. Anne Campbell in a verse about the sea- son says a few words worth think- ing over: "In a t...

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

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN "you cant take it with you EXCHANGE Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas aa atcond claat matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year Most all the girls have impromp- tu complexions they make them up as they go along. - Rattler. 19M Motor ltt MPHttlNTIO roil NATIONAL ABVMTiaiN BV Associated Gbfefikfe Press Nations! Advertkinf Service Inc. Diatributor of 410 Madison avi. niw voak n. y. CrMnfCw fiaXocf chicmo mitoii Lot amiih mRciica COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Feature Editor .. Maebelle Fitzgerald Exchange Editor Opal Holley Sports Editor Bill McBrayer Club Editor Percy Owen Club Reporters ..Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnight BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Managers George McBrayer Joe McDonald Assistants Janie Conway Sarah Cawley Marian Bynum Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright WHY NOT AN ALPHA CHI? Every school has students. These students receive ...

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

. V ? ' !?K Watson Snodgrass and Alford Play Last iGame Tonight From tbe Clipboard by Sill MoBrayer With the end of the season look- ing on the football horizon time has come to start searching for the annual mythical team of the con ference. This Is week this corner selection to make. . . haa only one Preston Watson. Preston is JuH the type. . . He can pass and run with any of them. Another thing about Preston is that he is a sixty minute man in every game and that is one of the biggest assets a. piayer can have. At the first part program arises between the Str of the season Watson was handi- Edward's Tigers and the Itanga- capped with a leg injury that has roos of Austin College: With three pained him a lot but he has kept wins and two defeats on their slate on unfalteringly and has been sub- the Tigers are resting rather in- stituted very little. Had Preston securely in third place as Austin been on a championship club and allowed. to. do justice Jo his ability there is no doubt ...

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

V FOO . . . FOO Our sports writer said that ht was going1 to remain immune this year but it seems as if he Just couldn't resist when he saw that SARAH CAWLEY running around. At any rate the bug has bitten and BILL is on the list of those enjoying the malady. Poo- Ask ADRIAN YETT no can't do that; we promised not to go saying things like that about him any more ... so we'll remember our promise. Poo Isn't bird-dogging fun. . . MEL- TON and RUBE and JIMMIE and CORDELIA found out the other night when three of the members of the male portion of the student body trailed them home from the midnight show. . . guess the boys thought they needed a chaperone. Poo- Was LEE KUNITZ' face red when the check was put in front of his plate. . . 'cause he knew all the time that he just had enough money to get into the game and those five people did eat. Poo JULIAN TOMLINSON and "KO- KOA" PALMER. . . kidnapped. . . sounds interesting. . . but thaf s all that we can tell. Poo M. SMITH has a conscience ...

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

r Daniel Baker Collegian Z-722 Volume XXXIII. SROWNWOOD TEXAS December f 1IM. Number t. REVERIES Nqw that Thanksgiving is over there will be school for three more weeks until it is time to celebrate the Christmas holidays. In other words just a week until more six weeks tests then just a few more until it is time to take those finals. That is the time when we burn the midnight oil. But why? Why not start now if you haven't already to study so that when the time ar- rives for the teachers to find out how successfully they have put the subject across you won't have to work so hard to learn some- thing the night before. There is another phase about the holidays. The Rev. Ben H. Moore is once again a part of the faculty of Daniel Baker. Beginning his work yesterday he became the executive secretary of the college in charge of the expansion program planned by the college in celebration of its golden jubilee year and fiftieth anniversary. "Dr. Ben" is plan- ning a very extensive program a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 December 1938

ma DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second clan matter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year IfM Mcabtr lttt PfcSOCicfed Gbferjicfe PrJS National Advertising Service Inc. Colltgt PublUbtrt RtpritnMlv0 Dirtributor of 4ao maoiion avi. niwyork. n. y. fyMrtjrAa fifltact CHICA40 lotto Lot Anaiiii roANeitco COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Feature Editor Exchange Editor . ... Sports Editor Club Editor BUSINESS MANAGER Circulation Managers ... ... Assistants Faculty Sponsor JOIN A CLUB i Have you joined a club? This is a question which every student on this campus should answer in the affirmative. Clubs organizations societies fraternities these ure the factors which can make your col- lege life soar into the heights of happiness and enjoyment. Your answer "I am coming to college to get education and not to entertain myself." You are looking at but one side of this question. Each of these organizations...

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