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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1925

t ' COLLEGIAN How About Starting a Trophy Room The McWhennyee Collection Needs A m DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD. TEXAS JANUARY 31 1923 Attention .1 "VI. TOTTo V6LHK CAGERS SPLIT WITH DENTON THE EAGLES - L - . 1 s 1 am aW' '.'-TssU r tf.?r " ' 3685 . Jr.i.imrt hwiktbk use El COLLEGE ENROLLMENT '? The Hoard of Trusters of DunielTupic.-irnnceK arc In order. Baker College met in the'Admlnlslrn tlyB building the evening of January 13th In ' called meeting. This inert llg was belt) for the purpose of dls- cttatlng the general conditions of the (Allege nnd h few special matter.. One of the purposesjrf the confer- ence Was for the purpose of discussing the election of the faculty oMD28.26j wbleh will be held at thr regular quar- terly vnieetjng about the middle of FtbrKArr. 'Mapy Interesting reports were made to tfce Trustees. One of these con- cerned the growth of the student body Of Daniel linker College during the tut foUr years. Four 'years ago Mantel Baker was struggling ulong with1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1925

w I i ? p IS r- w. Hit . k 1$" I. i'i j" ' 'S M ". v. (? gggggggiKtiiifcfrMiii''j .) ... t - ----. . l - aaffiWf.f '-wnmmmm-m wamsMmt- !;mm. Akgitwo THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Mtt!rd ax second-das mstter Kelt tun ty 13 tf2l it t tlif postoflice id Utotrnwood. Texas under thr Act of MHroli II 18!VJ. Acceptance for infill- ing It rfpeclal rate of otuic provided for in Section Unit. Act of Octoher t. 1VT. authorized Moroli 2. 1921. M ir.vrpaprr pnblhhtd utmi-woiilhl.H hy thr hnlnit hoili nf Dmitri Hakfr Collrpt In Brownwood Ttrat a m-itliiinltoii liwlilutinii MKMHK.lt OK THK TEXAS IXTKH-COU.KCilATK I'llKSS ASSOCIATION AU correspondence for The Collegian should lir addressed to the editor. All itudent contributing new will please turn lit material nt The Collegian vflce In the Cojrs:ln Memorial Hall. -'. All OMttm pertaining to advertising or huslncss iliould he directed to the $ttlfir Mnffr. Per Trtip . ret Year (School Yenr) sunscniPTiox hates i SO Cents XI.Vi t'tittUn Ailihorfl i'om...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1925

V THE COLLEGIAN .17 1 ' 1 9 i ...' t fe.J-.r ' r .f -v I.:. iv t ( wr f V SSSn I. ' jl cSP" jtUdtitfky S& - j cJffx79feiwof"7hs- fflrtwnwood. &g 6znterve Vhn't News of the Ex-Students and Alumni I MamneGuy J entertains nun ' ' Wons Party i Dormitory and Campus News The "flu" seems to hate Inken the Inmates of the dormitory pretty well in Its grip during the pusl few ilnjs. Although none of the e lies nrr serious they have. put n iiileliis on some uf the coinltiK4 nml gulngs of the jienumient ngltntors of their various mill sundry entile. For this reason n IV w Victims lire recovering hi n linu'li shorter time tlutn was to he expected. All pnticuU lire now on n fair mini to recovery and fervent hopes have lieen express etl tlmt the dreaded miihnly ttouM not hinder the usual ruuniiifts of the doi- niltory again. 'I'liose who mi Item I from the disease werei Misses Thclina Meharg Louisa Merry .Mary Ilufforil Kthel .lameMiii Kathleen York nuth Urown. Mary Kelso Itulh (Irny Mne M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1925

"3 y "' ' . i' " . ' " ' . ' v " ' "... .. .-l -T. I M. i r.1 4' ' -wrt has been written regarding ljtr .false of a college education to the gaaAigaterlng; biKlncM. 'Discussion1 ffe end con has .re suited o to much rUKH&'ionofu similar nature results hi merely confusing tlic young twin WW Is confronted with the question a 'io whether or not it In worth hit while to jtcml fpur or more jeurs in acquiring ii college or university edu- cation. l .Iti general the question wlilch such a mao asks himself both before unci .otter rntrrlng college Is "Will the tlw nnd money 1 tiro spending here pay m reasonable dividend In dollars and cent'?' That the answer to such t question I an unequivocal "Yes" U best Illustrated by the nttltuilr which modern business take toward higher education. A frw months ago thr Grnrrnl VJectrlc Company decided to create n lasting memorial to Itlclinrd II. Hire former manager of Ha works t Lynn May;. It Old so by establishing a scholarship nt Stevens Institute ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1925

COLLEGIAN How About Starting a Trophy Room Immediately The McWheeny f Collection Needs Attention ! . NO. 8 Iv DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWCX)D TEXAS FEBRUARY 18 1925 V6LXH BASE BALL SEASON SHOWING PROMISE THE v. ' '. I? BASKCT BALLSEASON BR006HT TO A CLOSE OH THE HILL Teem Make Satisfactory Record and Promises Much For the Future. The basketball senson of our Hill Billies has been brought to u close owing to the fact that we did not have a gym of our own and to the fact that baseball season Is upon us Coach Higginhotham has decided to disband his qulntit. From the scores or I he games play- ed this senson It would seem thnt we did not enjoy a very successful season hut ufter nil things arc sum- marised we cnu look ujhui the past season with some pride. The boys dkl not gtt started to work until nfter the holidays u We could not procure a place for them to practice in and it was January lie- fore the use of the Memorial Hall whs obtained and regular practice started. Also the team was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1925

-C v.t.' r.t ! I fc h lA. & US ajf WH 9. -."a "v t" - h: MflfctWO THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN JAMOCO'S COLUMN OF POPS f.ntftrd lis vrrnnri-cluss tonttrr Pebrunr) 1ft 19J1. nl llir poxtollce l Brownwoori Texas under II Act or Murch !l 1M7. Acceptance for tnnll- lUjv at fperlal rate of postage prnvldrd for In Section 1101. Arl of Oelolter S. UUi. authorized Murrli '.' 1921. A tififrpapif ptibli'htil innl-nmnlhti liji (he thtdml hoili of hnnttl llakrt ijothflt i llrotciiuwotl Ta a to-ninrttHitn iinlilnllon MKMUF.lt OP T1IK TEXAS INTF.U-COI.I.KUIATF. IMIF.S.S ASSOCIATION All cnrresimndehce for 'llir Collrghm should In addressed In tin- olllnr. All ulniUutt contributing news will pirate Itirn in material ul 'I lie Colleglnu rVe lit the Coiu Mrianriul Hull. All matters pertaining- In advertising or Iodines' should It directed to the tlntUies .Manager. (In (liilitnr' miff ! .1 (I rmiill of I'l- irnl i'f" in ihii)iil for mori tin- ihnt htlp our uttilwtut mm mint of out ili or iiifliliih...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1925

yaij '-mwftfj J'I " O'M .'5 .in 1 K1 ;l ! .' i 4 f V ' v- ' ' ;.:.S If '' ' "J '. J .1 THE COLLEGIAN PA'GBrHI!ttE m..7Jytli i I f tKAQsflLJ Mb .sw EjsYI t- Wm fi MJf'.m4TJ JM. MmmMJT r V - J-j jt cSSr i CMtcf.w ennmafrfreS' hvumwooct sog (kniercAve News of the Ex-Students and Alumni .intnts Fluck mure fiftcctloinitcly ' known its Little Jimmy or the "Hunt" to his fellow men and to Ills many lady friends a "Hurt cute little boy" and (lie Little Darling. Jimmy de- parted from our uildst jit the cloe of the fall term mill since I hen wo have not hud Hny newt from him. At the InsLstanrc of one of our fulr innl- dcut who In hire would make hii Meal raiinlng mate for the little fel- low wc beg that if any one ha any new bf the lad in question lie or she would please notify the editor m that h might carry th tiding to the ynnng lady. Miss Helen I.ognn whom we thought we were to loose on the received her degree last prlng U still within our walls under the pretense of being a Mist-graduate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1925

. ;. i 'i i PAGE FOUR -' the coma AN . i s 1 X . 9 t IF : v kfM&i ... n NORMAL BEHR KATS DEFEAT BILLIES IN 6MHE FRIDAY NteHT The Hill Hilly cngcrs met defeat ul Hip hands of the 8am Houston Nnr- mill Bear Knts here Inst Friday. Thr Billies couldn't get together Hip first Waif hut In the second Imlf held tlic Teaclicrs to mi even score. In thr first half nf the game thr Billies scored twelve polnls while the Dear Knts were scoring 20 points. Hut during the last half both teams played better defensive ball und each team scored five points. Black forward of the Hear Knts. wai high pontl man with 15 counters for the game. He scored 14 of these marks In the first half and In the sec- ond half was able to get only one fret- pitch for 8 goal. 'Alford Daniel Ba- ker forward scored eight points for the Billy team making hlra high point man on the local squad. The Bear Kuts lire making a strong bid for the T. 1. A. A. championship In tills basketball Reason und it was expected thftt they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1925

i tHE COLLE How About Starting a Trophy Room Immediately Hie McWheeny Collection Needs Attenti DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD. TEkAS MAI&H 1 1 125 V1 on ! i . vsnof NO. 9 PRODUCTIONS A 9. . H GIAN gasjaiB BB SHI .BBfew .k. eaaaaisssssa' . .auL V LakLar r LhF bLbBB ealnaaaavBy eafasagaw I . . 4 t i. u u & I; k IV i wtfetff BASEBALL PROSPECTS BRIGHT PIMCM IRK PROGRESSES About Twtnty OndkUtw Working Hard For Poti- . . Horn. Two Complete InfitlcUn Malt V . Compatitioh Strong. Oosch Hlgghihothnm luis been put- ling Ills bascbnll players llirutigh n thorough workout cacIi nftcrnuon for the past two weeks mid much good material Is evident. lOrer thirty boys reported for the Initial practice but the number link now dwindled to nbout two-thirds of tlmt i number. All of the remaining appear to be real baseball men and Competition Is growing dally. The only position that Is cinched I; that of back atop which Captain Barns Lane could easily defend gainst any competition of alt the catch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1925

I y ft" I. I. fH 5' WW . f1 1&- !&. fJh$ - . ' PiiaHft.W' .: -u & s?. ii firr MQITWO ) THE COLLEGIAN fii THE COLLEGIAN Entered us second-class matter February 111 1M1 nl the poslofJee at anHnMl..tHia tuwtih AM nf Murrli 'I. 1N0T. At-eplltancc for mull ln at speebiJ rate of postage provided for In Section 1105 Act of October 3 117 Miiinorktetl March 2 1WJ1. f mwpnptr puhthhtd urml-monthtg bjf the itudrnt badg of Dantcl Bakt College linxemvood. Ttxnt a co-nlncnl'wn tnitllntlon. MUMttKll OF THE TFAAH INTER-l Ol.I.F.OIATK lItESS ASSOCIATION PHOGflAM FQDJIY OF "V tj j .. AH correspondence' for The Collegian should he addressed to the editor. .. AM.MUdents contributing new will pirate turn hi material nt The Collegian 'iiiu lu ilia C'cialn Memorial flail. " All matter pertaining lo advertising or business should he directed to the Business Manager. SUDSCItlPTION IIATKHi Per Tann Per Year (School Year) SO Cents (11.30 AND COLLEGES ( IIAI'KL HOIK IVKN OVKR TO PHOUHAM OF HOHMII1'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1925

'--' 1 'Wwm . jwn"rw( 'a 'K . ii JRaT.iai.i. .ii itfcwM.aM li I stiiisasasJsaaBaBaBaaaWaBMaawaMiS fH VAlV IraBaBaaaml' AhI px .- " T-1V" l-f M I ' L HUi ft t; f .' A..- i" "! : ' 'wWfitf-.l '; ' I .-.'ft . - " urnnhikmi who swranr Look Luck Lion Lose ". ' . T iContlpaya from Pago 1.) Ml)lcrrCMinbcr Ardcn TvJr 'Jack Taylor Itawkhut flutiipdrlrK jtlrton ami Faiinhi represented RBofrnwood at the state meet. In tlic Till conflict -Chamber wan first on efehsWoWlth 14 point. Miller next viWt';i2. while the Taylor brother also .eaMrlbutcd their share Arilcn scoring two goals ami Jack one. -1 The foHuwJng teams went In'Aus. 'tni Tulla Estclllne ShVrnimi Sul- phur Spring Stephenvllle Nucog- deckel' Brownwood. Eustace Wain -' kl Paso Brackcnrklge High of San 4Antonl(iAutlu.Ncw Wavrriy Beau- . .iMntTuleta and Taft. I J4pK Nh'XT CAPTAIN. ''.lick' Taylor' was electee! to pilot .. -the. leani- through' next season 'and :. f from .what Wc-know of him we arc ?.;fc; tWlMent that lie can fulfil ills ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 March 1925

.vni.y. ir !- x l.UMrwF H .?WAf Wf' rnrrb t' . tVy P- KWggDUR 1 Vf")' I s jmuxric council . . h ms ten : IMIT IATTBM MOT 90 BE TUIlC HEXT TEA . ' At a recent mettng tbe Daniel Baker Athletic' Council awarded let teri In batketball to the following men for service during the past seasoaj Carrath captain i ' E. Stringer P. Stringer Locker Head Alford Btalr cap Mclrala Trammel and Fatter 'BOS. ' Of theee" Ken Carruth and Frank Urlagcr graduate thla year. The re- alnlag "eight men will be back next year and eligible for three years more f. I. A. A. basketball aa thli Is the trttyear Daniel Baker has entered a team slace before the world war and tbe first any of these men have plnyed. Tbe team proved very strong this year and prospects are bright for next sea son. Collections Are Good in School Funi Campaign Rapid progress In tho collec- tion of funds recently subscribed h members of the Southern Pres byterian Church In Texas for the aupport of 'their schools and col lege was evidenced b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1925

THE COtLEGlAN DANIEL - BAKER COLLEGE feftbNWooprirex Af-ftlL 3..I925 '' : ( DEFEAT THOSE COWBOYS LETSTAKE ! BOTH GAMES V6LXK if Ii Ivi D.B.C. HILL BILLIES BEGIN T.I JUL RACE " F 1 V V. It) :s STATEORATORICAL ASSOCIATION MEETS OMTOU UPON HOLDS ASSEMBLY WITH DANIEL BIKER Eifht Colleges To Be Repi'ewnted Here in Meeting And Contest April 17 The Texan Htule Oratorlcnl Asso- ' elation of which Daniel linker hns been n lung si h nil lug member mid nc- tire participant will holtl Its annuM Assembly unci Contest in Brownwood with Dnnlcl linker ns the entertaining college on April Iff nnil IT. The members ot (Ills Association aret Daniel linker College Austin College Southwestern University the Southern Methodist University Trln- ty Unive rslty Baylor University Sim- mons College Texas Christian Uni- versity and the University of Tcxns. According to information received by Corresponding Secretary Nooble W. Prentice nil the members except Texas University will be represented. In cose Tcxns is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1925

tWtmriM'wmr' ?f" vf fcH i4 fc 3 s f MQITWO THE COLLEGIAN m Vf 5. t a. I; m r It- ? ' v. bn j 4 & TV fii11 tf . . hf.'i KU'Y sSffifefc S J ?. rt iVthfn u mm :.&rx&im n tern msmms m I 27ie COLLEGIAN Entered m seemid-vtas mutter February 13 1021 nl Hie iwslefflce at ttruwnnmtd Tcxtts under the Act of March !l 1M7. Acceptance for mult- lug nt Apcclnl rait' of (loslugr proUdcd far In Section 1101 Act of Oclulter it lni7 authorised March '. IWI. ' A tinetimprr imbllthril rnnl-tiwnlhln by Ihn nhidenl body nf Dnnltl Daktr Colltite in Urntimcnnil Trta. n re-nlMrnftoit intliMlon. MEMUKIl OF TUB TBXAS INTUU-COl.LKGIATK I'llKSS ASSOCIATION All corrcsMimlciHT for The Collrilttn should be mldrewd lo the editor. All Mudentn contributing urws will please turn In malcrlnl at The Collegian office In Hie CokkIu Memorial llnll. All mntlers iicrliilulug lo advertising or buslines should he directed to Ihe Hiiolucss M mi nrr. SUIISCItll'TlON' HATT.Si l'er Term l'er Year (School Yciir) 60 Crul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1925

i1 l HTJWTi T. 'S . .1 t Mif i . - "p . " '"vMs ' t ' i j ' .i -' ' f v - V i ; s ' I 3 -.;i' i ; t I .-' 1 1 f 1 i j v .. h i THEC0IXIG1AN TO SPRING SfPOi 4 'xmnmwooa zogjumzercmBi FImI Football Pioneer Dd in New York Hotel Wtller Camp "father of football" wii found dead of heart disease un (tetania? morning March U nt the Hotel Belmont New York while at tending a meeting of Football Hulei Committee. t fn'lMd Campgraduated .from Yale. Whjle an undergraduate there he was recognhed as the best all-around ath lete .the college crer had known. Un til 1014 he was associated with tlie athlet'c detMrtment of Yale. Up sub grated (he various changed which have fundamentally nlTectcd the playing of football. In IBM he suggested the rule requiring a f Ire-yard gain In three downs lie olio proposed the change of ten yards gain In four downs In 1900. Perhaps Camp wai bent known by hw .election each year since IMS of an "AH American" tcnni composed of player who were selected for this team becau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1925

Tt t t4 ' X' ' lit 1 1 1 $ J IV & '!- 1 'A & Kt V g'K A' S' mi Mi rxGirouR Trtt COUJKUAN YELLOW CAB CO. OF BROWNWOOD PHONE 1600 The Thinking Fellow Will ail a Y;Ilow Courtesy and Service Our Motto w UNION BUS LINES XA or Your Comfort and Convenience PHONE 999 'Driverles Fords L Country Trips FOOD FOR PENCILS. With Ford car No. 10000000 now In service and making a transcontinental trip from New York to San Francis- cm over tlic Lincoln highway the man . who enjoyi figuring enn have u world 'of practice. One man worked out the tire prob- lem. He figured that the 40000000 lire- used on the 10000000 Fords If stacked up would moke n rubber col- umn 2000 mile high. Then looking for rood trouble he punctured each of the tiro and then figured Hint one man working eight hour a clay except Sundays and holi- day and repairing n tire every five minutes would finally finish the Job iu 400 years. Second i Mure. First Froshi Well he did that with my inatcn. urowit Jvp. BAD HABIT. "Why did ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 April 1925

THE COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE . FATTEN THAT PERCENTAGE DEFEAT THOSE BUFFALOES V mw BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 27 1925 NO. II ENDOWMENT FUND IS INCREASED r ri m p $ c 'J : ijt ; ijc :: T 1 T H K Hi 'i SALE OF HILL HILLBILLIES SPLIT OPENERS SI EIGHTH IJiXINfl ItALLY WHJS FinST AME. The Daniel linker Hill Billies play- lug their first T. 1. A. A. of the sea- imim mid the first Inline game of (lie season defeated the fust Simmons college nine here April !J 0 to '.I. Cuntrcll working on the mound for thr Billies struck out eleven men mid pitched u good sternly game. The thrcp men to go out In the first inning were struck out mid the three In the ninth Inning were struck out by Cun- trell. Lentil who started for the Cow- boys wns wild. He walked the first two men up' the next popped out to second hiise mid then he walked an- other filling the buses. Mitchell the right fielder of the Hlllles hjt a home run over the left field fence and cleaned the buses the Hlllles scoring four runs on 'on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 April 1925

-.' w(M i 'h tut W n " m'r V ft: "l H' ' rji ffi ... c w -V K ? AJl - fern. fe(" ".. .tti7r V7.i I . v rA t. Art' K7ter MSbtwo fTie KdLLEGtAik Entered as second-class matter February 1 1M1 nt Hip poslohlet at Browmvood Texas under llic Act of MurcJi '.I 1S97. Acceptance for mull- ing nt special rate of postage provided for In Section lloa Acl of October X 1X17 nuthorlwd Mnrrli 1921. ' A matpaprr pnhlbhrd nml-monthlfl by th timlrnt hodg of Dunlel linker Collate In Urinemeooil Trxnt a ea-nlueation Inillltrtlon. All correspondence for Thr Collegian shonld br addressed In the editor. All students contributing new will plcusc turn In matcrlnl nt The Collegian r office In the Coggln Memorial Hall. All matters pertaining hi advertising or business should lie directed to the Business Manager. SUBSCUIBTION BATKSi . .. Per Term I'e r Ycnr (School Yenr) Fteullji Mviory Vomm'ttlt -- . MM iMJllwiiim UMor-iu-Chlff Jnocfat Killtur . ... Uormltutu iVw .. . ' 11US1NKSS SlAITi Rulilnti ilunoytr . Jtt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 April 1925

?w -3' 1 vra " l '. .- . v. ( vl .' -V. 1E3SK. ' V.M? k v r.?j jivi. v:' a . 4-K '" y.V 'c rv . &"" K -i. .;. i 'I -tfg&yvv "s Mf&j&i "i mX. ' ' J ' -' 4 V y ' ' ; - - . ' t : $x9 ... ' HliiHBKEETTKSTV " ;- iafcLsk-L. i ra wi a jimfMi A IK1 . - .'.mflryi Runs Klmbro Stone i!4tiftalner' Mitchell 3 LeMny i'lnWAltxindtr 3 Minimi!. Two (itlProwHi tthtti hlt( F Uri bW.ru.MllRtKU ind Lc MifHon bMJ Imtnons $ Dan- ifl ll4kr SI i stolen banes WooUn ItHnfi'i Kite Foster and Stone j If'rd'ff' Woods 2' Marshall 2 Smith Wriiiftr Kstev Wright. Double plays tatre)ito Striugen hit by pitcher Mlichellby Brown i Klmbro by Can- (Hilrvitrtiekiout by Cantrell lit by . iUach.ij.by Brown tf JDases on balls oieinirll 9 otf-UatH off. Brown lihlia oft.fantrell.ithren In nine In- Bjnli.off Wch three In two Innings o'Qrown three in l Innings. Los- iHfJUcher Leach i winning pitcher O.lMrelit time of game two hour and (ltin'tnlntj. Umpire Klrkpatrlck. ;8eore by Innings i ' ' - -M B II f ffcmoM 00...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 April 1925

RFfaSiWWfiWtfs'"' ' W!!9S!S I f fv fc nr IV r i j i 'V V L. 'm I T g-i litk lute Billets If anybody doubts the ability of our Hill Billies hitting Just have them look over the box scores of the games played on the south Texas trip. A club that can gather fifty-one hits In four days li In. say opinion a bunch of ball mauley. You have heard the term "Murder- en' How" used by various sport writ- en to designate the heavy end of a teams hitting order. Well from the looks of these box scores we have the prise row as there Is not a man that Is not liable to wreck some pitcher's hopes. At present the whole club has gone base hit mad and from all Indi- cations they are going to stay that way. filial Hsi i A movement should be started to award our hustling third sacker with the crocheted sweat shirt as he went through five games without on error and garnered nine hits as well one of which was a home run. The boys all enjoyed the trip to Austin as they were royalty entertain- ed there by the ...

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