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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 April 1939

REQUEST Although Mitt Ruby Wll- ton It always glad to have visitors tht dott with thty would utt tht doort. Of lata atvtral have entered the Home Coonomlot Depart ment through the windows ont of which hat been broken. Second-Year Studes Celebrate April Fool Members of the Sophomore class took advantage of the day and celebrated April Fool's day with a picnic at Lake Brownwood. This turned out not to be a joke either. After classes last Saturday the group met at school and went to the lake where the picnic was held at H. O. Wilson's cabin. . The group fished swam but spent most of their time eating. Because of the success of this outing the group is planning to stage another similar one soon It was announced by Robert Far- ris president of the second year men. Former Member Of Faculty Is Visitor Mrs. Robert McCurdy formerly Miss Janle Peavy and Home Eco- nomics instructor in Daniel Bak- er College for several years until five years ago was a visitor on the Hill Billle campus Monday. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 April 1939

I ST Clipboard Basketball la threatened with a new menace the deliberate foul. In a tight game with the score deadlocked or close in a desperate attempt to get possession of the ball a player may foul. The try at goal if made will give the team the ball out of bounds and thus a try for a goal. If missed there is the chance for the re- bound. It is suggested by the members of the rule committee that the center jump be used in the last five minutes of play and that two free throws be given in case of a deliberate foul. Bob Peoples U. S. C. star Jav- elin tosser hung up a new mark at the Long Beach Relays with a toss of 234 feet 1 and 7-8 inches. He was fullback on the Rose Bowl Champion Trojan team. Wilbur Green of Michican State raced to victory over Fred Wol- cott dash and hurdle star at Rice Institute. The time was 9.5. The record is 9.4. Grid Sckadula Of Billist Announced The D.B.C. Hillbillies Will open the '39 season against St. Marys at San Antonio. Sept. 30 they will engage Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 April 1939

Daniel Baker Collegian Z-7Bt Volume XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 14 1131 Nt. M -R everies- Holidays Over . . . Beautlfieation Program ? ? ? What? No Play . . . Contests for everyone . . . Who stole the rope ? ? ? We hope that everyone enjoyed his Easter holidays as much as we did. Of course we had to come back to school when they were only half over in order that we could get this paper out' to you because our business manager said we had to have a paper even if we didn't have any school. But we thoroughly enjoyed the two days that we did have off. Now that Easter is over we realize that there are no more holidays for us until school is over. Those two days will have to last us until June. And that means finals again which probably won't be fun. Incidentally we have already started studying for them. And we're advocating a lot of mid- night oil this time instead of none as we said before. The other day we made up in a small way we hope this since we're so proud of it for the grade w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 April 1939

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Philbert's Slime Cogitations -Foo Foo- ittrti at Part Office of Brownwood Text ai second Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year okas matter. i MMIIWril PM NATIONAL ABVMTItlM BV fWoddbd GDto6idb PfU Nations! fortUnc Servict faic Colli f Pmbliiktrt Rtprtitml0th0 W"tW 4SO MAOIMN AVf . NKW YHK M. Y. fVdbAftifm'g. fiifl(Acl CNicAte MttOR Let amiim sar makik PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Associate Editor Maebell Fitzgerald 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. Who Keeps Hit Tongue BUSINESS MANAGER - W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager Adrian Yett Assistant - Lee Kunltx "Most of us are like old shoes all worn out but the tongue." Recently I heard a speaker make this statement and it struck me as being straight to the point in criticizing the greatest fault possess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 April 1939

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 April 1939

I tk: Clipboard The Texas League swung under way Wednesday when the Dallas Rebels engaged the Fort Worth Steets at the former's field at Dallas. Ardent followers of the lilies feel that only the Impending World War oan stop the lllle attaek next fall when the season gets under way. With outstanding players like lllle Stewart Alonzo Blttlok Leo English William Lee Howard and Jaok Davenport along with a host of others the Billies are due to spring a few surprises with the pigskin. East Texas' crack relay team recently triumphed over North Texas and the Rldeout twins. These two teams take time about defeating each other at various meets. North Texas emerged vic- torious at the track meet held in Brownwood. These teams will tangle again at the El Paso Relays and will resume their feud there. Softball League Gets Underway Seven teams including four old members and three new clubs will battle for the 1939 championship of the Brownwood Softball League. Applications for membership were acce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 April 1939

Daniel Baker Collegian 1-Ttt Vetume XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 21 1t3t Ne. 26 Prom for High School Seniors to Be Held May 5 in Daniel Baker Gym Plans Being Made By Student Council Offloial date for the annual prom given by Daniel Baker stu- dent body for high eohool seniors has been set for May 5 It was deolded at the student oounell meeting held laet Tuesday eve- ning. Committees for the arrangement of the details of the prom have not yet been announced but the plans are being discussed by coun- cil members. The general theme for the prom will concern the Golden Jubilee celebration com- memorating the 50th anniversary fo Daniel Baker's service. Stevenson-Dillard Rites Set For June 2 1 Announcement of the approach- ing marriage of Miss June Stev- enson to Ben Dillard was made known here Monday. The cere- many will be held in Brownwood June 21. Further plans have not yet been completed. Miss Stevenson and Mr. Dillard are former students of Daniel Baker both having completed their F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 April 1939

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN stotered at Pott Office of Brownwood Texas m Moond olMt matter. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Year Philbert's Slime Cogitations -Foo Foo- I. teoddM C6U6tab toff Dbafcmr m PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE BTUDBMTB 0 DANIBL BAKER COLLEGE. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Associate Editor Maebell FlUsgerald Club Editor - Opal Holley Sports Editor J. R. Morgan. Movie Editor Janle Conway Columnist Philip Shaw Club Reporters Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKniffht. BUSINESS MANAGER - Circulation Manager Assistant The 1938 toll of fatal traffic accidents showed a 21 per cent decrease compared with 1937 according to a compre- hensive survey this week given out by the Texas Department of public safety in a pamphlet entitled "Texas Highway Accidents 1938." 1938 according to figures given was the second lowest year in traf- It's The Man tic deaths during the past five Behind the Wheel " WW People were killed on the highways in 1938 as compared with 2...

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

i 0 Students Name Their Slogans of Action in Questionnaire This Week Marathon Record Set Bv Co-Eds y Masked FltsaeraU Havs You Mack Tht Honor Roll? Do you want a new library? Do you want to see the col lege enlarged? Do you want to see it grow? Many studtnti have shown that they do want to see this expansion and havt Attempting- to establish a new ujr aig-iieu ineir pieqge earns ior me uorary iuna. moot marathon record eirht co-eds be of the students responded to the first call made by Dr. Moore. Since everyone haa aome rule or aet of rulea to guide his life we gan a hike last Saturday which But a few have not yet answered his challenge thought that it might he interesting to find what aome of our students made them travel all over Brown We long ago agreed that the question to consider is not hold to aa their sacred law. A few of these slogans correspond ex- County and gave them every pos- whether or not you are able to make a donation but whether actly with our favorite sayings whi...

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

. I NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS CALL FOR MEETING WHERE STUDENTS PLAN TO REVOLT AGAINST WAR "War fears haunt the world. Two great areas are torn by .con- flict Fascism marches across Europe. Imperialism cracks the whip In restive Africa and Asia as the 'democratic' empires prepare dent Christian Movement and de- nominational student foundations a well as the seven national or- ganisations. Five student strikes on cam puses in the Chicago area all of their colonies to support wars at which will be addressed by Sena- the expense of colonial freedom tor Gerald P. Nye. commercial and military Involve- farm and church anti-war move- ment in war situations. ments to check the drift to war. 3. Stop the super-armaments Each participant in the strike must program! Billions for arms and dedicate himself to work against munitions of war mean diversion war trends in the months ahead. ments and war preparations of funds from sorely needed WPA Youth is being militarized for the conservation and educati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1939

V Daniel Baker Collegian Z-7M Volume XXXIII. HOWNWOOD TIAAt APRIL 2t 1t3t No. 27 San Marcos Teachers College Will Be Host To TTPA Convention Next Year -Reve ries- Peace pact at last . . . Congratulations winners! Front-Page-Hogs . . . Who Is Pdllywog??? Intsnolub council or no What a wonderful feeling It Is to have a bit of peace on the cam- pus again! It seemed the most awful nightmare we ever had to have such uproar uproariously up: roaring around us for so long. Well it was less than two weeks but it seemed years. Anyhow we're glad that it has quieted a bit. We just sat by and watched you know but it was interesting to see the manenr in which various per- sonalities were displayed. Some were right In the middle of the fight with all possible zeal. Others looked on passively like the owl who didn't give a hoot and still others were oblivious to all that was happening. Anyhow we hope everything is over and that the student body can continue working in harmony as if it had been unin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1939

1 V DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN atetH at Ofhot off Browmwood Taxaa m ubMrlptlMi Mot $1.00 Par Yw -Foo Foo- Philbert's Slime Cogitations 1HB MSlSkSf MM mmmu sm rnnliMiiniiriii r i i moml Mmmm CtVlIf AWMPfff iai AtvMTitiM OMI TRWi snlwt 4t MABIMM AVB. NiW VHR N. Y. CHUM ' SMfM ' m AMKM Ml MMKMM PUBLISHED WBUKLY BY THE ITUDfll OF DANML BAKER COLLEOB DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Associate Editor .. Maebell Fltigerald Club Editor - - Opal Hollcy Sports Editor '. - J. R. Morgan Movie Editor - - -. Janle Conway Columnist Philip Shaw Club Reporter! Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnlfht. BUSINESS MANAGER - W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager - Adrian Yett Assistant LeeKuniU Just three more days left in April. That means that May is just around the week-end . . . and there are no trees planted. It was a fine idea conceived by Jim Snodgrass and George Allcorn to beautify our campus by planting trees in the more barren spots but it didn't work for some reason....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1939

u f ir y ' r" auk I v k v py I K" vckr EM QyDE DEVINE OF ORKON STATE 0W THE OREGON KICKER DROP BACK TO PUNT HE HOISTED A TEAM- MATE ON HU5H0UDEW JUST AS 1W BALL tfFf THE KICKERS 10E ENABLING Hlf RMIDBiOCKTHE KICK ALTHOUGH THERE IS NO RULE ASAlNfriT.THtStr THE OWY INSTANCE OM RECORD OF THE PIW. JWpwWBIRSS MrSSM oumcE HARLAN P. STONE NtfBCPELlED COLLEGER ALLEGEDLY HTTUNG A PROFESSOR HE ENROLLED AT AMHERST WHERE HE BECAME THE MOtf POPULAR MAN OM THE CAMPOT Six Spanish Students Are Awarded Prizes For some months the students of each Spanish class under Mrs. x Horn's nstruction have been en- in i .nio gaged in a word pronunciation T contest. i To the three students of each class who made the least number nLmntaki5Lin 2!? iiS"" JZ'l p Z ' a ... . . . me Bum ui wiuiy-nvc tcuio waa gladly received by the boy making the least number of mistakes and the person who excelled every other member of the class. The amount of the prize Mrs. Horn said was a sufficient amount to seat a student in the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1939

Save Your Pennies For a Rope! I 5XVE.Y.0UR. I On page one is a story which explains a way in which a new rope for the flag pole may be secured. If each student will put one penny into the bank in the COLLEGIAN office enough money will be raised in this manner to buy the rope in order that the flag may again fly on the campus. Be sure to read the story. Are You Becoming An Educated Person According to Criteria According to Albert Edward Wiggam American author the marks of an educated man are as follows: He cultivates the open mind. He combines the three great heritages of education a sound body a trained mind a cultivated spirit. He achieves the techniques of open-mindedness. He always listens to the man who knows. He never laughs at new ideas. He knows the secret of getting along with other people. He cultivates the habit of suc- cess. He knows as a man thinketh so is he. He knqws that popular notions are alwayswrong. You can't sell him magic. He links himself with a great cause. He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 May 1939

DanielBakerCollegian Z-7S1 &xxjh. ROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 5 1939 No. 21 Music Week To Be Observed Next Week; Programs to Feature Chapel Exercises -R evcries - QO TO THE PROM! POUR MORE WEEKS . . . NEED A NEW SUPPLY OP OIL? ACK NOTEBOOKS? MAKE-UPS? PILL THE FOUNTAIN PENS . .. . Tonight is the night for the an- nual prom. This is the big event of every school year. This is the night for which everyone has waited since the beginning of school last fall. It is the chance to have a date with the true love to show off that new evening dress and to look one's most beautiful. ut there is a lot more to the affair than just that! Tonight In the gymnasium will be about six hundred students high school seniors from sohools and towns throughout the whole of Central Texas. These students will be guests of Daniel taker student body. As is always the only thing to do you should show for your guests only the most cour- teous attention. Remember that these seniors are visitors and prospective students...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 May 1939

l-y DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN nurad at Pott Office of Irownwood Tom m second clan matter. Subscription Price 1.00 Per Year -Foo Foo- Philbert's Slime Cogitations 1M9 MMMUfll Ptt NATIONAL AOTMTItlM BT fsMOrlrtoti fTilfifcwl Hi II Natkmil Adverting Stnriot be DtMribator of 410 masimn avi. niw vnr n. v. yjftlfB nSMAtl ! SMTM Ut AMIIW MAMCIM PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE STUDENTS OP DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLE8 Asiociate Editor Maebell Fitzgerald 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 - Lee Kunits The story about the beggar who turned out to have more money than the people who were digging down to help him is a pretty old one. It turns up every now and then. But leave it to New York to give it a new twist. A crip- pled Times Square beggar who a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 May 1939

T . . J r - t ft r ' Jt t rooft&fAcri if 9!. l(..Mi9Hi Kttra;HM9Wfe'CC7m HlilifJil WBmnvNar'f vC W V ?SGTrTOs?V s7r "cr "- vir. .51' J'iS 4 .r'i il-ill!!.. wViji sfMBCB if3BS auS UltfUL " V-JUST ONE APHIS SEEDS. BROUCHT FAOM LONDON BY CAPTAIN SIMPSON LEADER OFTHE U MKTOOIf HUMAN HAY f AM01NV. KAMI' THf flMT APPLE TREES OPINE MMED "APPLE BOWL OP THE WORLD: ONE OP THESE. IN VANCOUVER WASHINCTONTH0 NOW A HUNDRED AND ELEVEN YEARS OLD.STILL BEARS LUSCIOUS PftUIT. &u . M LMX1"" J frf? ".'JTWy '.7 " 7Ji'7Trl r-.fl vr.W THE TURK5 XS BELIEVED THAT APPLES HAD THE POWfR OF RESTORING YOUTH. 0uWA3iri?. . v arr ".. . flJOHNW APPLE5EED- X" iJOHNATHAN CHAPMAN- SPENT HAIF A CENTURY WANDERING"ON THE WESTERN FRINGE Of CIVILIZATION "PiANTIKC FAMOUS GOURMETS TOM SAWYER THRU HIS WOCRAPHER MARK TWAIN KNEW AND LIKED HIS APPLES. THOROUGHNESS WAS THE BASIS OF HIS APPLE-EATING ETIQUETTE AND K SLOGAN WAS "THERE AINT A-GOIfT TO BE NO CORE ! M EMINENT MEDICAL SCIENTISTS HAVE POUND THAT THE AXWH DAPPLE A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 May 1939

School Soon to Be Out; Students Tell How They Plan to Spend Vacations r tfST Clipboard Horseshoe pitching stems to Im tht ohlef divsrslon at the mo msnt. Dr. McNutt who call hlmsslf- tht "Arkansas Ringer' and Dr. "Dead Eye" Chandler are the present champions. In vain has team after team tried to wrest the title from this pair but thess two members of the faoulty stubbornly reelst all onslaughts. Now and then to make the game more Interest- ing they allow their opponents to gain a substantial lead and then they will breese to an easy win. Is out; then I'm going to work in my left foot occasionally." Ni- Wanderlng over to the arena the tne garage out at the Y." agnra Index. other day I overheard Dr. McNutt Cordelia Moffett: "On June 6 tell an admiring gallery that only im going to Kerrville. From there Prof: "The exam will be con- first class horseshoe pitchers come i g0 to Big Spring and later ducted on the honor system. Please from Arkansas. Prof. Holloway to any of about six places...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1939

Daniel Baker Collegian Z-7M Volume XXXIII. BROWNWOOD TIXAS MAY 121131 Ne. 2t Tragedy Comes To Campus When Bonnard Lee H.P.C. Students Extend Sympathy "On behalf of the associated tudtnt body and faculty of Howard Payne College we would like to offer their sym- pathy and ours to the bereaved family of ionnard Marshall Lee who Sunday morning drowned in Lake Brown wood and to the students and faoulty members of Daniel Baker Col lege where the vlotim of the tragedy was a popular sopho- more student. "Especially do we extend our sympathy and oondolenee to the immediate family of the de- ceased and to his immediate friends in Daniel Baker Col- lege. "It is our desire that this statement be published in the Yellow Jaoket official Howard Payne student publication and the Daniel Baker Collegian weekly newspaper and that this record be reserved in the minutes of this institution." Signed: George Edwards stu- dent president and Roy Fox Yellow Jacket editor. Golden Jubilee Is Theme For Prom Fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1939

: DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN aft Pes OMot of Browawood Taxaa m ukettrlptlon Frlot riliii kiiil (Tikfifii Hm NjHomI Mmtm Stnrtot he Cttt$g PmMitkm RijHtmUmt W&mmm m 410 muinn avs. niw Venn n. v. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THB STUDENTS Or DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLE3 Associate Editor Maebell Fitzgerald Club Editor Opal Holley Sports Editor J. R. Morgan Movio Editor - Janle 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 Kunitz Everybody knows that many South American countries nominally republics fall short of the highest ideals of free government. But as has been repeatedly pointed out the dictatorships that exist there are of a local and home-grown variety which do not necessarily emulate or Anti-Dictator even fee sympathetic to those Dictator of Europe For instance Col. German Busch in arbitrarily taking up dicta...

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