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

' 1'-' J ip - h i - Frm ThV Clipboard Twuw WcakyaiM Down Hill BilliM By Narrow Margin Frosh Walk Over BHS Lions 44-40 y John Arthur Thomaton y "Porky" Morgan The underdo Hill Billies pro- lllly Stewart our oandldata for . .n. nHlf. trmat ZMm the All Texaa Conference Basket day n ht when th the Wall Taiih la nntalnlu tn Ka mha. . . ". - . " .. v .. wOT.wb- uigniy touted T. W. C. Rama a nizca y tnoae wortny ratnera narrow.vlctory. It waa quite a dlf- .who paaa the all eupreme Judgment ferent 8tory from lopalded acore over mattereof this aort aa the 0f the former week when the Rama y "Porky" Morgan Climaxing a successful season the D. B. "fish" defeated the Brownwood Lions by 4 pointa in a hotly contested fracas Friday night. A fourth quarter rally by the Lions was halted after the high ttchool baskelteera had crent to moat oubiandlng playor that Dan- hr.Md to -n .-- 07.92 win over within two nolnta of the Freshmen. lei Baker has had here in many a the Bmles on the Ft Worth courtt Lead...

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

-Foo Foo- Greetings Gates! Let's Co- operate! Why don't eome of you guys and gala do aomethlnf to create a scandal If' fin you don't I don't have anything to write about. Not long ago the rumor was spread around that Jimmie (I love you only me) Moore and Melton ( ) Smith had heart Interests in Lousiana. Well it is "sho' nuff a fact. A recent trip to that por- tion of the U. 8. A. is proof enough for us. Foo We hear that Janle Conway 'has a secret admirer who by the way is a journalist for the local daily paper. This fellow doesn't seem to have the courage to ask her for a date "Need any help Hugh?" Foo FLASH! Miss Stella Easley that famous co-ed of our campus has openly stated that the rumor of her com- ing marriage to the tin soldier of Schreiner Institute is absolutely the bunk ? . . Hmm I wonder. Foo Did you ever notice the likeness of people to animals? Where one goes others follow. Well it is quiet contagious with humans too so it is with Sammie "Have-you-seen-George?" Morris. ...

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

DanielB aker Collegian Z-7M Vejume XXXIII ROWNWOOP TIXAt MARCH 10 1t3t Ne. ft) - Reveries - Playing pranks around the school seems to have claimed the major interest for several of the students. As will be found on the editorial pages it seems that the only way to have law and order around the institution is to take out all cattle-rustlers and shoot them down. Jim incidentally says that he does not like to have cows parked in his parlor. We might change the wording to read chattle-rustlers for the next day after the cow episode a sign was parked on the dormitory steps. We don't agree with who- ever did it for we think that the girls there are all lovely but he had evidently been turned down by one of the fair ones. Taking re- venge he put out a sign to brand them ICE. We still don't think that the girls are so cold hearted or shouldered. Another six weeks is ending. This is the first of the second MS l l are only two more to If 2. go before a term will cA7 have reached its ter- rTUr...

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

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN OMm of Browawood. Tama m atotad olaaa Matter. FUBLMtOD WEEKLY BY THE 1TUDBNTS Of DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. ubaerlatlon Prlot $1.00 Par Year axkD6 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Aaaociate Editor Maebell Fitzgerald Club Editor ... Opal Holley Sport Editor J. R. Morgan Movie Editor Janie Conway Columnist Philip Shaw Club Reporter 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 NO FREE ROOMS AVAILABLE "If we are ever to have law and order in the west we must take out all cattle-rustlers and shoot them down like dogs." Most of the readers probably saw the picture that was shown on the local screen recently which portrayed the life of the famous outlaw Jesse James. In this picture you will remember that Zee's father was a newspaper editor who was constantly editorializing on the local conditions. Whenever anything woul...

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

I thT Clipboard I BY "PORKY" MORGAN Hillbilly followers are very dis- appointed to learn that the out- standing guard Billy Stewart made only second place honors on the all conference team. Billie deserved to be at the top and he can't miss next year. Irby Petsick and Spider Bratton of the Billies receiv- ed honorable mention. Only Fifteen More Days Left In Spring Football Training Schedule Track Prospects Look Bright As Workout Begins For Coming Season The first of April will see the close of spring training for the Daniel Aspirants for the Hillbilly track team reported for workout Mon- Baker Hillbillies reports Coach I. E. Ransom. During the spring Res- day afternoon. Under the direction of Arleigh Harris and FJoyd Em- sion Coaches Ransom and R. E. Blair have been concentrating on de- bree the thinly clads took a light workout to get the feel of the track fensive line play and are highly pleased with the showing made by The squad consists of fifteen boys and more are expected to J...

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

Foo Gang Foiled in Ransom While AOF President Is Returned Safe Now It Can Be Told Truth About Men Mn ar what? women marrv. MIm Lovolaoa Delivers Ransom reported that Grady was' In good They have two eyes two hands and to Criminal Gang In Payment For Return of Escort conaiuon showing oniy a iew ei- -ometimes two wives but never one fecta from his mistreatment and dollar or one idea at a time. Like Quakish cigarettes men are all made of the same material. AAMlMAMAMt Ula ft ail ua alt or tit. Members of fee Foo Gang" tougled otherwlaef he 8hB0W. iVynigSwheny received tir uttle dwne for hls '' The only difference 1. that some rftMm' !Chi7fwinnnHMi The victim was unable to i fi!? ."S2T "Cult of Foo." He refused to are better disguised than othera. Generally speaking they may be divided into two classes husbands and bachelors. An eligible bache- agllnTo Iveone ha unlTss Z32. is a m cf"oba enUre- It is the gansters who had to go JSSS ly "ded ' "usplcion. Hus- hungry when their plan to rais...

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

V Daniel Baker Collegian "ChoMn leaf Of hard and ohltf OM Irln'e native ahamreek." 6& "It la nat aa passible far Iha Father tan. and Haly Qhaat aa far thaaa 8 leaves te grew uaan a single stalk T Si. Pat rick. Z-TBt Valuma XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TBXAS MARCH 17 1131 Na. 11 -Reve ries- We can't urge you too much to hear Dr. Morgan tonight. This is his last night here and if you American Flag For Pole Donated To School By Tau Kappa Delta Tomorrow morning a flag will be flying from the flagpole on Daniel 'Baker's campus. IB niB last uigui acre auiu u. jruu -. - miss hearing him you'll miss the Kloric rtY r ITOTI a-reatest opportunity you'll ever llO 1 Ml I Will Several weeks ago a campaign w us begun in hopes that this banner so important a part of the campus greatest opportunity you'll ever vr v. mJght arranged for ln gome have. At least thafa the way we IJ D P-.. -I1 manner. The Tau Kappa Delta II feel about it. We think that he Is DcgUll DV VOUIICII vely boys organisation came to the t...

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

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN i4 PMt OMm of Browswood. Texas m PUBUHUD W1UDRLY Hf THB SJTUDBfTt Of DAMISL AXm COLLEGE. uhatrlstlen Mot tlAO Per Yur -Foo Foo- Philbert's Slime Cogitations ltM amuwrn ran natinai. avmtimim bv fliii liliil fhllfifii Hill NoodAdYWtWSwvkhc Murmur af 410 mabimn avi. niw ymr n. v. yjfajfifA ftLstAtt tllMAM ' SMT0H 1M AMIIM MAICIM DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Associate Editor Maebell Fitsgerald Club Editor Opal Holley Sports Editor J. R. Morgan 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 - LeeKunlta "I bind to myself today The power of God to guide me The might of God to uphold me The wisdom of God to teach me The eye of God to watch over me The ear of God to hear me The hand of God to protect me The shield of God to shelter me." Birthday of a Saint So expressed in his own words was the life of ...

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

7 . Dr. Sam L Joekel Will Speak In Brownwood Next Tuesday Evening BSBSBSBSHHSSBSBSBSBsfSBSBsl SBBBa'''BBBBBjKBBBBBS stssm KtW&M BBBBBBBBBVS. v-.SBBBBBeA ;-'sSBBBBBBBBBBBb Dr. Sam L. Joekel who will be in Brownwood to speak next Tues- day evening. BHS Orchestra Is Presented In Chapel As their student program Wed- nesday morning the Junior class presented the Brownwood High School Orchestra. The orchestra opened the program with "Jeep- era Creepers" with the vocal by their popular girls trio. This num- ber was followed by "Down South." Harold Lockwood and John Fer- ris gave a flute and clarinet duet "Enchanted Island." "Please Come Out Of Your Dream" with Marie Penn as vocalist was the next num- ber. The Washboard Swingers gave their version of "Old Man Mose." The orchestra concluded the pro- gram with "Clarinet Marmalade." Eva Wells substituted for. the reg- ular pianist who was ill. E. P. Thompson is the director of this popular group. ALL Kinds of thee Repairing CHAS. L. FAULKI...

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

I From IT Clipbeird SB SBBlBSSBBBBam Y "PORKY" MORGAN The Chtcag o Cube boaat of the best infield in either league. Rip Collins first base; Herman second base; Hack third and Bartell at short Bartell is formerly of the Giants. Myrtle Faye Arnette is chinker chess champion of the girls dorm- itory and issues an invitation to all challengers. Tony Galento beer drinking maestro has been signed for a bout with World Champion Joe Lewis. The fight will be staged in New York. Another lamb to the slaughter. Coach Ransom Is Recovering From Appendectomy Ira A. Ransom head coach and athletic director of the school is recovering satisfactorily at the Medical Aits Hospital following an appendicitis operation Saturday afternoon. Coach Ransom was rushed to the hospital Saturda morning for an emergency oper .ion but he is ex- pecting to be rith the boys again soon. During his absence Ed Blair head of the history department is in charge of the spring football workouts. He has been assisting with the...

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

I Daniel Baker Collegian 1711 Vefcvne XXXIII. BROWNWOOD TIXAt MARCH 24 1t39 Ne. It -R everiet - Sprint la truly here now. With tht official day pawed and the trees budding fraaa beginning to sprout Ulaca and flags and fruit treea blooming wa have certainly gotten that spring time feeling. It even seemed to have an effect on Phllbert this week. With the spring air surging thru his blood he even apologised for what he said about the members of our sex last week. He must have made up with his girl friend. That makes the little ditty work out right which says that: "In the Spring a young man's fancy Lightly turns to thoughts of love." We just learned that we have been campaigning for the wrong thing all this time. We thought we were right but it didn't seem to work out that way for us. So we cease to advocate the continua- tion of the use of midnight oil. We thought that it would be a good idea to study all along and not have to burn the lamp dry the night before a test ... and then We ...

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

i ie BT DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN WK m STUDENTS OF DAffOsV BAKER COLLEGE ufcterlatltn PrlM t1.es Par Yaar tilAN Hp i- -roQ Poo- Philbert's Slime Cogitations ifM MM NATMNAb tKMTIMM V The Peace Movement CmMmmm -"- ' t 410 MAIMM AVB. NKW VMM. N. V. QEMSftSfESl DsftSsSt MMMt mm km nm im rummm DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Ateodate Editor Maebell Fitsgerald Club Editor opal Holley Sport Editor j. r Morgan Movie Editor. Janle Conway Columnlat Philip Shaw Club Raportara Bettye Jo Sanderaon Maraball Roblnaon Loel McKnlfht. BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager Adrian Yatt Aaalttant LeaKunlts By George Allcorn Is war of any benefit to our country? Is war ever a racket ? A racket may best be described as something that is not what it seems to be to the majority of the people. Only a small inside group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few at the expense of the very many. In the World War a mere handful gar- nered the profi...

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

S '- & f- . ft Stock Show Meet Features Rideouts Two spectacular figures at the Exposition Track and Field Meet were tie RMeout Twins Wayne aid Blaine of North Texas Teach- ers. Wayno and Blaine broke re- cord in tfce ISO and the mile. These boys an juniors aid are expected to eitaMish new record! next year. Officials announce that a new track will be prepared for next year's meet. There will be a straight away for the 220. The record is expected to fall in this event Hero of the meet was a blond cjurly headed boy from Brady. Douglas Calley broke the record In the 440 yd. dash with a time of SO-fl seconds. The Brady High Bulldogs won the High School trohpy at Ft. Worth. The team is coached by Russ Holland an ex from Daniel Baker. The High Jump Record in the College was one of the many re- cords to fall. W. H. Hunt East Texas State Teachers soared to a new height of 6 feet 4 and 1-2 inches. Four starts were necessary to begin the special 100 meter race. The price was the cause of...

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

I Frem I Tha Clipboard I i ssbbbbbbsbbbI Y "PORKY" MORQAN David O'Brien ISO pound star of T. C. U. backed down on his oft repeated assertions that he would not enter pro football. He signed a contract Wednesday with the Philadelphia Eagles. The price is reputated to be $20000 dollars. Bell agent of the Eagles stated that O'Brien was the greatest player he had ever signed. He said that the Texas boys were prefer- red because they liked the game .and displayed the proper spirit. The Eagles have 18 Texans on their squad. No one college dominates sports in the Southwest Conference. The University of Texas leads in base- ball T. C. V. in football Bios and A. and If. abound in' track mater- ial and Arkansas and Baylor leads in basketball. Winners Of Ft. Worth Track Meet Will Be Featured In Meet Tonight The spirit and aggressiveness shown by the Billies- in spring training bodes no good for their opponents next fall. This column expects to see the Billies provide many upsets when the seaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1939

Ransom Crowned Outstanding Athlete of Week SEE DETAILS ON PAGE S Daniel Baker Collegian Z-7 APRIL - FOOL - EDITION Vehime XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 1 1131. N. IS Canflagration Destroys L We don't know to begin to sav how much we like the plana for the club house that is being con- structed alongside the Girls Dorm- itory and will front Vihcent Street. This building is being made of black marble and will be stream- lined in every detail. In the building are enough rooms that every organization in tfca school may be given one for its meetings and other activities. This will eliminate in a great way the overuse of the auditorium of the Pine Arts building and will allow the clubs more freedom in their activities. We think this is a great idea and we congratulate Preston Wat- son rising young architect for the wonderful plans that he has v drawn for the construction. While we're congratulating tpeople we might add a word or two to what has been said in other parts of the weekly pain t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1939

X DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Bftterttf at Pott Office of Brownwood Texas m second oUum matter. PUBLISHED THIS WEEK BY SNOW WHITE AND HER SEVEN DWARFS ukoerlptlon Price $1.00 Per Ytar He Snoops To Conquer Iffa MPMMNTIB ran national abvmticim bt rmiii fcif1 fhllilinii riJU Natkntl AdvertMnc Scrvkc Inc. DMriaatar of 4to maoimm avi. niw yonk n. y. m m . ttt t cnkmo ' Soma Ui AaaiiM pmrcik uiDU9um EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF "Snow White" FowleH Associate Editor "Happy" Fitzgerald Club Editor "Sleepy" Holley Movie Editor "Grumpy" Conway Columnist "Dopey" Shaw BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGER "Doc" Brookover Circulation Manager "Sneezy" Yett Assistant "Bashful" Kunitz Faculty Advisor Step-mother who became the Witch WHO'S WHO ON THE STAFF Day after day the edi- tor pounds at the typewrit- er pecking out stories to fill un the weekly rag. Her BSBBv"BbY Dopey s Dopey Dope LHIWxHHBBBlBBBnHHHBlBBBBBfl hands become soiled from working with dirty ribbons aiding hands with Glenn schuitz After list...

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

Ransom Baffles Blocks Blair in Battlelffl l ' .a' V . " .y v i Kampus Kerchoos By Sneezy Plash- Public lynching of Jim Snod- grass president of the ttudent body will be held on the campus this afternoon at three o'clock. The student body is invited to at- tend and bring basket lunches. Flash Daniel laker football players voted today for an increase in salary. Checks for $1000 a game are in order from now ' . on. Coach Ransom has de- cided to give each man re porting .for spring training a new Ford V-8 with gold football hubs. Flash The annual Beer Bust will be held in the gymnasium tonight. Formal clothes are required and a deposit on the bottles. Flash The administration has decid- ed to issue one pint of stuff this week-end instead of the usual half-pint The cold spell and the April Fool's dance are the reasons. Flash The Rhythm Wranglers Daniel Baker's rip-roarin' string band left today for an extensive tour of the west coast. They have signed a contract to appear in MGM's latest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1939

Miss Cole To Become Bride Of Mr. Kaltwasser In Ceremony Tonight Announcement of the engagement and approaching mar- riage of Miss Margaret Vivian Cole of Brownwood to Eugene A. Kaltwasser of Caldwell was made known last Tuesday evening at the hay-loft party sponsored by the Coggin Society of which Miss Cole is a member. The Wedding will be held tonight. The announcement came as a surprifte to most of her close friends who supposed that Mr. Kaltwasser was in love with a girl in his home town. It was learn- ed however that his pretending to be in love with the home-town girl was only a farce a part of the plans to surprise completely their friends with the announce- ment of their coming marriage. When refreshments were served the guests found miniature year- books on their plates. Inside the book were pictures of Miss Cole and Mr. Kaltwasser with the Miss Margaret Cole who will words "Margaret and Eugene become the brde of Mr Kaltwag. April 1." written- below. . . . . .. . . 1 ..... ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 April 1939

Daniel Baker Collegian Z-7S1 Velume XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TIXAS APRIL f 1131 Ne. 24 Leaders Return From Student Gov t Convention Held At Southwestern Jim SnodgraM George Allcorn Margaret Cole have returned from officials which they attended week Government Congress is an annual at Georgetown with Southwestern R - Reveries - ' M Next Sunday is Easter. We have deiegates by R. B. Rioe of the state ll---.. 0 J i.- been urging you to go to church hlhWftV denartment Ro-id vin. liOnOr JLUaPniS all year but this is one time when we can't taiK too strongly m la- of your presence at the Easter voroi your presence uieuuer u u . "t1"" U1 "' 7LloZrLrtt help thinking of Good Friday n the women's building at South- whlch is tomorrow. The greatest western with Burgin Dunn of the sacrifice ever to be made by living physics department of the host col- mortals was made on that day two lege as toastmaster. The principal thousand years ago when our address at the banquet was by Dr. Lord died that we might li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 April 1939

I -. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN ittrad at Pott Office of Brownwood TtXM as seeoad Subscription Prlot 11.00 Ptr Year clan matter. -Foo Foo- Philbert's Slime Cogitations HN AmdcM Gbfcefcte PN NitlortAdvwtlilyato.liie. Cll$$$ PmkUshm R$pr$$$tMp DMraaM af 410 maiihn avs. niw ynr n. v. flJnrtlf nSflCfirf Cme tomi ft hiin PticiM PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BTUDBNTS OF DANHL BAKER COLLEGE. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Aaaociate Editor Maebell Fitzgerald Club Editor Opal Hollay Sports Editor J. R. Morgan Movie Editor Janla Conway Columnist Philip Shaw Club Reporters Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnifht. BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager Adrian Yett Assistant LeeKunita The other day I was talking with a friend of mine who mentioned the fact that next Sunday is Easter. "That's the time" she said "when you have to have a new outfit or you don't go to church." At the time tho they were said in jest those words pierced right thru me. Then I Not...

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