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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1939

V '' I t!T Clipboard 1 fey IN MeBrayer Two-Game Series in Abilene Gves McMurry Indians Are Downed 30-25 Where They Play Trip to South Texas With h. ...- .- J... PrnvM I Tntisjfcai1 trtlZ"' w"? "" jrs M" Billies One Victory arid One Loss ... "ri v"i.. Y ... sparsely to evade cultivation of a c'r wS'S 52211 SB.-JSLS2 SS Wildcat. Take Win Thera la always a silver lining on Practice tilt the coming week au.ntiv dromied everv nmt of ita From Rillies 39.27 to .very cloud whether it be blac? will provide complete conference TllZnJml rtOTfi DIUIei " L' grey blue or what have you? At competition for all the partlci- Texai last week Hot from their victory the night The Daniel Baker Hill BllUea any rate we find that old adage Pnte Mheduled. o tt. .i.t.u... before wn Mclfurry Indiana started their 1M0 baaketball cam to be ringing true for the black Daniel Baker la leading the list a i? t eJEEm ?. iiJS BmteB took 1nt "ss-Mvs palgn off right Monday night by cloud that wai on .our baiketball with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1939

i' - Foo Foo - Gregory Surprised Music Appreciation Students Appear on Show Sponsored for ;With Party Tuesday Hour Is Presented AAUW Program Benefit Spanish Club m WW I w W I Celebrating the twentieth an- Sponsored by the Junior class a Featured on the program of the Members of the Spanish club niversary of his birth several study in music appreciation was 'meeting of the American Associa- were sponsors of a benefit show luMHBBMM f-ianti n( Paul Oreororv RUrnrised Dresented in chattel last Wedn- Hon of Tlnlvorsltv Wnmpn Inst hold lnat nlehf and Wnrinoarinv We peeped into the checking- him with a birthday party Tuesday day morning. This program which Saturday'afternoon were the pupils night at' the Lyric theatre. out book In the dormitory the other night in his honor. The affair was showed the latest developments in of Miss Mae. Branom head of the Featured on the screen was "The day and here are some of the held at the Thompson residence the field of music was presented music departm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1939

DanielBakerCollegian Z7St VeluftM XXXIII. BROWNWOOD. TBXAft PSBRUARY I lift. Number II Honor Roll Names Contributors to Proposed McClelland Library Fund IC.ts9l'lsB I ll)Tl 19 Have you contributed your dol- lar yet to the Library Fund? The lilt of names of those who have made their pledges is mounting every day but there are still some members of the student body who have not made their contribution. We realise that everyone who is a member of the Daniel Baker SS ro& &? any' toLfiL L SiLSteSSw to do it Dr. Moore wants to know tZZStH vTi m?tJ2' STtff i?S JSffJJmZ. L LStt miSE Sf 'JS! to wait to continue with his plans. Another period has come to an end. A few more hours have been chalked up for us. We thought for a while that we might not be able to make it seems that we hadn't studied enough during the year-and it really made it rough ror us. bo as uw new wim starts again we're also starting 22 ZlrSJL Pr 1Z more hours ditTtinsT away. And if our land lady doesn't mind our bur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1939

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN BMtartd at Post Office of Browawood Toms m second class mi PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENT! OP DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. Subscription Price $1.00 Par Ysar 19S PbSOddbd Gbfefikfe Press Natkmd AdvertWnc Serviw Inc. Dksrlbwlor of 4t o madion avi. Ntw York n. y. IJL.w! rWCd CNICACO NtfOI ' LM AMIIM SAN MAHCIK . COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Feature Editor Jiaebelle Fitzgerald Sports Editor Bill McBrayar Club Reporters.Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnlg ht BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVBR Jr. Faculty Sponsor - Mrs. Helen Post Wright WHY HAVE COLLEGE ATHLETICS? Ever since athletics were first introduced into the extra curricula affairs of colleges there has been long and hard discussion;; as to the advisability of their continuance. Many colleges have seen fit to abolish these activities from their outside affairs. They have felt that the existence was no longer necessary nor advisable. The reasons for their argu- ments are very convincing a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1939

H Th.m Clip board y BW MMnyir So the consummation of the whole thine is "three hours." Even In my high school days and through this first semester of college life Z haven't had an Absolute thought as to what was meant by "hours." Credits wero the only thing by which I could measure my success. After spending several of these "time measures" in .the throes of studious labor however I believe I at last have have the proper con- ception of the meaning of "hours." I am sure that the said "three hours" have reference not to the reward of a semester's work but to that last corner that is rounded on the day after cramming. At any rate we are glad it is all over and we are ready to apply ourselves once more to the task of sports editing. During the "tell it to the teach- er" period our boys batted a good 600 against two of the con's most formidable clubs. Taking on the St. Edward's Tigers first the Bil- lies made that club's debut in Brownwood a complete failure by setting them back in an e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 February 1939

-Foo Foo-J Would you think it? It mmi m if our CASINOVA LEE hat a heart-throb he just can't forget. She li a member of the fairer sex just a block down the street Elf ILY IffcOHBB. Contrary to the old adage of making hay while the tun shines several memberi of the atudent body the other night made hay while the rain fell. But a good time wai had by all. bkSEEEbbbbb TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE J. A. COLLINS 111 latt Baker it JACK SMITH li aleo trying to work up a cat. He aeema to find quite an interett in RAYOMA TOMLINSON. Poo And didn't we tee ALICE RAW- LINOS walking the other day with HARRY PARKER? We thought o. Poo BBTTYB JO SANDERSON seems to be doing quite well in an affair with aomeone acrota the tracka. Every time we aee her she aeema to be doing tome real courting. Foo Hadn't GEORGE better be watching out for hit interest if any? Seems that MARY SUE haa been aeen with PAUL GREGORY. Foo HARRY PARKER haa also been going down the street to do hia courting. We find him quite In- tereste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 February 1939

t - " V DanielB aker Collegian Z-7M Velume XXXIII. BROWNWOOD TSXAS FEBRUARY 10 1lM. Ne. 1 V - Reveries - Founders Day Is Observed On Campus Today Again our office If being chant- ed. This time It has taken on quite a different appearance. We narrowed it down changed the color of the walla etc etc. In other words we have moved next door. The reason for this is that there was not enough room in our new office for the class of children that was formerly held there. 80 we moved to accomodate them and give them breathing space. In- cidentally. this leaves us with less room for visitors. Maybe that way we can do more work. We hope! iieaaeaeeeaeeeeeeeaaasaaa "' Hftffft We're going to start now to talk against the age-old custom of burning mid-night oil just before final examinations. If that sounds preposterous listen to our sug- gestion. Instead of spending all of your time playing now take off a few minutes each night and put in some good thorough concen- trated study. Learn what has to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 February 1939

'I ' DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Batered at Poflt Office of Brownwood Texas m atooad class m PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP DAMBBL BAKER COLLAGE ubiorlptlon Price $1.00 Per Year Stuff From die Screen -" By Janle Conway What Would Hamlet Say If He Knew? Topa In all of thepoem-wrtting on the subject la tola Miak Idealism vs. Realism MnillNfll Pd NATIONAL ABVMtltIM FtaocfctedGbfeekfePteU NMMAMUqM!HSLl LOIiffr rmmmtmwrt nipnmnnn Distributer of 410 mabison avi. niw vnr n. v. JLgtL"g rVatAtl CNie0 ITCH' Ut AMIIM IAN MARCMM COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Feature Editor - Maebelle Fltiftfald Club Reporters ..Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnlfht BUSINESS MANAGER .W. D. BROOKOVBR Jr. Faculty Sponsor - Mrs. Helen Post Wright For some time now there have been long discussions on the subject of reality vs. idealism. The advocates of the former tell us that this is an age of reality. We are not see- ing things in the state which everyone knows is impossible to attain. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 February 1939

i-r -irK"! . m - . Ransom and Blair Commence D B C Spring Grid Drills Bratton s Field Goal Gives Baker Second Victory Over HSU Quintet DBC Casers Solit Pair On Road Trip After losing to the St. Edward' University Tigers 29-37 in Austin Friday night the Daniel Baker Hill Billies downed the South- western Pirates in Georgetown Saturday night 28-19. In a rough and tumble game the Billies bowed to the St. Ed's team. Irby Petsick was high point man with IS points. The two teams met recently in the lo- cal gymnasium and the Billies emerged victorious with tfie score board showing 39-37. In this game Petsick was also the outstanding player. L. M. Waters led the Billies' at- tack on the Pirates and scored four field goals and a free toss for nine points. It was Daniel Baker's game all the way al- though the Pirates made several rallies in the closing minutes of the game. The local cagers beat Southwestern 39 to 30 in a recent game in Brownwood. COUNTY SENIOR TOURNEY NOW UNDERWAY IN GYM Comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 February 1939

v.w"f !:' " ! -Foo Foo- cen with him. I have my own opinion of the whole thing. We're worried about Alice Raw- lings. She seems to be very much in love and we do mean love. All Education 1 students have told us that this is very evident.. Foo Gaston Alford otherwise known as "Monk" doesn't lose any time maybe we. are wrong but what do you think? Foo Since his return to these prem- ises Ed Cearneal has been doing all the good with "Little Eva." Foo What has come over Melton He consistently goes a- Many people have said funny things but Sarah Cawley wins the amith prize. Quote I am very un-hun- round wlth a pn (wooden) held gry as i nave jusi n enu 01 quow. at leaat t be. feet in the air could Foo lt that he js a bit balmy or Something happened to Mary something? Sue it was a very sticky trick we think or was it alarm clocks? Foo I've had Foo malts and cokes to Ad th ta7 1 with . - - T' 22T shoes in hand dashed madly to the 4 ... .M .- hut awaiting automobile to transport ea tfi? !L 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 February 1939

V Daniel Baker Collegian tt ft-" - ?! 't I ! i c CU. ti . t iWHIW nftrW? ROWNWOOD TIXAt PMRUARV 17 IMt -; ii. 4r I" MBSMTT i ! i - w vb-h-v-mmiotv ijl - v w a ar " -' i 1 ij ")n( ' ft i f'ir rfntt'p aM.t'P -w tf -Reverk- 42-02 .beF B.D. ot semoC nagirroC ya W gnor W From the entire staff goes our thanke to Mrs. Weaner " who brought Uf tfce Joyeliest box of cndy on Valentine day. ' We think Ujat she la too' top sweet ud 9V unimimouf thanka art sent to her. Our business manager incidentally jttll remaJnji not err&d. Juat ln caae ypu hadn't yet learned theae defuittlona we're giving them to you eb that you won't remain uneducated but think of the poor cow it muat get diary. "Spclaliam If you own two cowa you give one to your neigh bor. "CommunUm You give both cowa to the government and the authority to adminiater the panal- tiea for violation of any of the above rulea. "7." ' The penaltlea conalet of the following: Girla--ten iicke; Boys twenty-five licks all' penaltlea to be admln...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 February 1939

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN SSSSSBjBSJ BS ?aj Mn ef Biowmwoi Teaa m fVMLUKMD WBUCLY BY THE STUDBKTS OF BAKER OOLLBOB. ubeerlptlen Prlee 9140 Per Year l?St fBllll JSJll fhllrtfii HlM NJoMlAirwtBtatSwehe. fjsnsFsssSBssjpai seessswfijissF w wijsjf itjUaa ffatllilgi Mji ItVBvfV srewS'Paw'SfsT BiBWPIWW DhUftaHTtf 410 MABIMM AVi. NIWV9NR.N.V. VaM! Hb4SBS tlMAM SMTtS iM AMHW M PMMMM DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - CORA FOWLES Associate Editor Macbelle Fitzgerald Club Editor Opal Holley Sports Editor Dick Slider Movie Editor .. Janle Conway Columnist - Philip 8haw Club Reporter! Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnlfht. BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager Adrian Yett Assistant - Lee KuniU Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Too many people spend too much of their valuable time worrying over the shadow that is lurking before them in the path of tomorrow. They already feel the menacing effects of that evil. The future then their tomorrows are approach- e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 February 1939

it- ' H ill Bilies Will Meet T.W.C. Rams Daniel Baker Continues Conference Climb By Defeating AC Cagers Here DBC Drop Thriller To Trinity 48-36 In one of the fastest and rough- eit fames played In the Hill BUlle gym this year the Daniel Baker quintet loet to the Trinity Univer- sity Titers 49 to 86 Monday night The game was Trinity's seventh conference win this season and was the Baker squad's fourth con- ference loss. Early in the game Coach Shorty Ransom's men led the precise and feet-moving Tigers hut began to trail In the second-quarter. At the end of the first quarter the score was tied at six points each. Trin- ity was ahead 21 to 14 at the half. During the third period the Bak- efttes scored 13 points to the visi- tors' 11 points. However Trinity maintained their lead throughout the third period and widened their margin during the last quarter. The Baker men were "off throughout the game and could not cope with the strong and over- powering Trinity squad. Zrby Pet- sick Gusti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 February 1939

-Foo Foo-J Now ) Unit for Meabelle The KSisville Widow" to gad around aad play but no not Fit- tie afte m trua to ltr man and w da naan Uial FOOt- VaJcUnea seem 9 va Unpla Sam' nMlnnaan pretty buay laat Tuesday vm Wl& U WaltoMintt'' Um w sew tna Poattww wit We type ffcat no QM wtf 4eapppintyl. "R-FOO And WM I aurprjaed whfn really dtd fat tha toinon pit twaa pratty food. too. FOOr- "Po" Hollay la all a-flutter about bar forta-eomiiiff trip to Lanapea- saa. Could tbara ba aoma attrac- tion along Um masculine aide of tba apaeia. In ttut city. FOOr- Far Man Only: Tba dormitory now haa two gala aacb of whom ia vary much okay. ' Tbia Doris Nelle who haila from Arkanaaa ia a naw comar to our midst and Rayma Dillingham who waa hera laat aeaeon. . . Foo With George IfcBrayer having returned to'ha city for a short time he found that his former flame Sue waa not sitting: at home twiddling bar tbumba. Paul Gregory appears to be the pre- sent attraction. Fop. ' And So. . . bogan finally bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 February 1939

"jjr''W I Daniel Baker Collegian Z-TSf Volume XXXIII. SROWNWOOD TEXAS FEBRUARY 24 1tSt. Nt.1t - Reveries - Thii has. certainly been a lot of fun. We have felt rather silly of course helping boys put their coata on opening doors for them letting them go In and out first helping them up curbs and over holes and ditches Walking on the outside. . . to say nothing of spending all of our money. But we did show them how nice a boy could be on a date didn't we? We learned one thing however; and that was about gold digging. It seems that the boys conspired to show us how it feels to have a girl "digging" on you. . . and we got the point Guess we'll have to be a bit more considerate hereaf- ter. We have just gotten a build-up too for our date tonight. Since we don't know anything on John Arthur it couldn't have been that he was trying to get us to conceal it But we are taking him to the game tonight. So when he brought us in a bag of kisses chocolate of course a while ago it must have been so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 February 1939

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN OfSjn sf Browawsoi Tans m weekly by not students or BAKER COLLEGE. Susoerlstlen Fries flJ Pec Year rnifcniniiinfci rmi nqi a w w $& i. Vwvjw WWwJ SWiSegrSeSSPeBBWW DWMttr tf 410 MASIMN AVI. MtW VMN M. V. kftftfwKa fibffcBtf (MMH NHM m AMtUi tM flUIIMI DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - CORA FOWLE8 Associate Editor Maebell Fitsgerald Club Editor Opal Holley Sports Editor Dick Slider Movie Editor Janle Conway Columniat Philip Shaw Club Reporters Battya Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loal McKnlfht. BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager Adrian Yatt ""llWlfc miHt.m. ! MM IMtH MI(MMMMMI jWtlV tkUSUvB Faculty Sponsor Mrt. Helen Poet Wright Everyone has ideals of some kind. These may be of on standard or another. A man may be pressing toward some goal with all his energy and enthusiasm sacrificing whatever might interfere with his achieving that success. But there is an additional factor that must be remember- Your Sense ed m the 8eeing of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 February 1939

hr HHI Billies To Play Last Game of '39 Season Here Tonight Burkett to Represent District In Regional League Basketball Event Coleman Co. Team Defeats Brownwood Diitrtet 8 Xnttreholastle Lsafua basketball honors for 1080 want to Um Burkstt High Ichool Blue- birds after thalr victory ovir Brownwood High Lion 48 to 80 tort Itturdty Bight. Tht tournty wtt htld in Mtmorltl Hall Friday and laturday tht championship gam bting played Saturday night Tht Burkttt iquad had an. tdgt ovtr tht local cagtra and ataytd in tht lead moat of tht gamt. Wll- lard Hunan Bluebird center tank a field goal for tht first counter. Dal Fish of the Lions was high scorer for tht game with 21 points. Burkett was leading 28 to 18 at the end of the first half. Arcine Clayton and Chilli Rice in addition to Fish were outstand- ing for tht local quintet and Jack Martin was outstanding for tht Bluebirds. By virtue of their win the Bur- kett squad will compete in the Region No. 2 tournament in Abi- lene Saturday. Other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 February 1939

l-Foo Foo-I IsaMsiBSBaaBi mmmmmJi The fact that "Wronf Way Cor- rifan Week" hit the Daniel Baker ( campus with full force and was or that la we think It wai en- joyed by all la quite an event. It la very apparent that many of the people about theae premlaea did enjoy the quaint goings-on. I sincerely hope that no one holds any hurt pride because they didn't get a rush also I hope that some of the fellows have fully regained their health from the rush that they seemed to get. All In all everyone Is to be congratulated on their good sportsmanship because after all It is klnda hard to do things backward. Foo Now to proceed with the happenings. The Library seems and is a very pleasant place to spend your spare time especially ' if you are spending the said time with some lovely co-ed. The next time that you are in the above mentioned Library notice all people that are enjoying them- selves. Poo- There seems to be some myster- ious attraction at Sherman for some of our local girls. I hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 March 1939

"V-vi--( Daniel Baker Collegian Z-7M Volume XXXIII. BROWNWOOD TSXAt MARCH 3 10S0 Ne. 1t -Reve nes- What a wonderful' week this has been. With boya opening the doors carrying; your books walking on the outside of the street. What a grand feeling it has been to be a lady again. We did have fun last week tho. There were a few who wouldn't play fair and carry out the rules as they should have been carried out but they just missed the fun that's all. So we're not mad. We're only glad that it is over! We have made a little addition to last week's paper. We printed a poem of Fitzie's and intended to say that it was written a few years ago. But we didn't say so and we just got to -wondering what Foo would say if he read the poem and thought that she had written it re- cently. So for the good of the af- fair which we like we are clear- ing the lady. If you get smoked out some day don't think that summer has sud- denly come bringing with it the mosquitoes and that someone is trying to rid him...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 March 1939

t I DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN at Peet Office of Brownwood Turn aa seooad otaM mmr PUBLZSHSD WEAKLY BY THB STUDBNTS OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. uaeerlatlon Price $1.00 Per Year lttft Pfeockfed Cbfoaidb tost National Ad vert Service Inc. DtoCHMMr 410 MAOIMN A VI. NlW YORK N. Y. fi"llsl ftSfX'fJJtat CNICAtO Mr. Lt AMIIM tAPlUIICIKO DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Associate' Editor Maebell Fitzgerald Club Editor Opal Holley Sports 'Editor Dick Slider Movie Editor Janie Conway Columnist Philip Shaw Club Reporters Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnight. BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager Adrian Yett Assistant Lee Kunita Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright The house was used as a blacksmith's shop. It was a log hut owned by Noah Byers without doors or windows. Only cotton cloth was available to serve as a door. For several days this rude bit of cloth had kept out a portion of the wind and cold for the temperature had been 33 de- 103 Yr Aor...

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