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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1939

Five Men Will Represent Baker at Track Meet INTEREST HIGH IN GOLF TOURNEY Under the direction of John Ar- thur Thomason the golf turney swung under way at Daniel Baker I Tuesday. The first two matches were played Tuesday. Much in- terest is being evidenced in this tournament. The contests will not te finished this week but will run into next week. Entries are still cpen to those aspiring to enter withdrawals have created many vacancies and these need to be lilled to round out the schedule. Those wishing to participate should notify John Arthur as soon as possible. in the first game Edward Caer- nel defeated Gene Hopper 1 up in nine holes. The second game resulted in a tie between Bill Brookover and Thomason. By mutual agreement it was decided to play three extra holes. The end of the contest found Thomason winner by a score of 1 up. Both of these matches vere played Tuesday afternoon. In Wednesday's matches Frosh Taylor won out over Tull McGuire 4 up and two to go. In the second mat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1939

National Music Week Is Observed at Daniel Baker Six Year Olds Present First Program Tuesday Orchestra Plays Wednesday Morning Continuing the observation of Music Week which was begun Tuesday morning in Daniel Bak- er the college orchestra had chanre of the program at the BAND CONCERT GIVEN IN CHAPEL Daniel Baked band under the student direction of Adrian Yett was presented in chapel Thursday morning as the third in the series of musical programs commemorate Miss Crenshaw Appears Today Miss Jimmie Frances" Crenshaw junior music student of Miss Mae Little Miss Martha Margaret ph-neI nerlod Wednesday morninr. n National Music Week at the Branom was presented in recital White ana Ernest uaacnneaa jr. m.. nroarram. under the direc- both six year old atudenta of 111m tlon of MM Mae Branom dean of Ifae Branom. were presented in recital last Tuesday morning in the chapel exercises. The presen- tation of the students was the opening of the musical program in observation of National Music Wee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1939

Footlightcrs Schedule "The Man From Nowhere" Next Monday Having already made a reputa- tion for themselves In past pro- ductions the Footlight Players will again stage a play that Is scheduled to add to the club more' honor than it has already achiev- ed in the past. "The Man From Nowhere" a play in three acts by Mabel Conklin Allyn is scheduled to be produced on the stage of the Coggin Memorial auditorium next Monday night May 22 at 8 o'clock. A cast consisting of ten actors and actresses from among Daniel Baker student body has been re- hearsing diligently for three weeks under the direction of Bettye Jo Sanderson student director and promises an outstanding bit of work. . "The Man From Nowhere" is a mystery comedy which requires a great deal of untangling before the heroine gets her man. Anne the heroine lives in a boarding house. The other boarders have her coupled with Henry Holt who is in love with Anne. The story changes however when Rodney Baxter a stranger comes to live at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1939

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN t Put Otttot of BrowBWOod Tnu m mom Subscription Pries $1.00 Pr Year Hi CaMt0 PmUkkan tUrumUtha ' if 4S0 Maiimn AVI. NlW V0HR N. V. PUBLISHED WBIOCLY BY THB STUDENTS OF DANIEL AXBR COLLEGE. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Associate Editor - Maebell FiUgerald Club Editor Opal Holley Sport 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 Kunltz The apprentice system is one of the oldest devices in the world for preparing young men to take their place in skilled work. A thousand two thousand years ago young men were being set to work under the eye of skilled Municipal workmen to learn something of their Apprentices ski11 before striking out for themselves. But it has taken us a long time to apply this to municipal government. We have always as- sumed that it takes y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1939

- WHITMIRE WILL RETURN TO DBC Recommendations Made By Coaches Texas Conference coaches in etilon at Austin during tht an nual conference traok and field '38 Champs In Net "tf. JTI wenk und' rC0?m:rd Golf Are Repeated a thirty-day limit on spring foot- . . .. h.n tr.inir.a and Anrii 7 .. th. Three champions In the tennia S. O. S. Defeats Coggins Are Victorious In Contest 30-7 UiAplf aii4 huna UB thalr fourth aanaaautlwa Danlal Baba Ulll BIIIIm In h Texas Conference scalp In the tro- 1937 season; ie planning to return TJie xecytiv committee of the da JonM and Murray Marshall phy ease last Thursday and Frl- to the 1931 equad and will enroll m ??ZZLJ2Z: o( Abiene Christian defending YELLOW JACKETS TAKE HOME CONFERENCE TRACK TITLE Makes 4th Straight Crown Won By HPC BlailAamf Anlii B)Uk4hakjf SaaLafa w...7 wwr .r Loraine Whltmlre of Hillsboro ..iin. " MMMi.irm .N.i.M nnd golf divisions repeated In an- a ji j The Howard Payne olndermen freshman baokfleld flash with the . "T...I. r K " nua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1939

AAUW Honor. Girl Graduates at Party Mow than a hundred girl gradu- ate! of Daniel Baker Howard Payne Brownwood High school and Early High attended the in- door garden party at the Carnegie library last Saturday afternoon when member of the local chapter of the American Association of University Women complimented them with a pre-graduatlon cour- tesy. Floor baskets with Yucca blos- soms large vases of roses and Queen Anne's lace bowls of sweet- peas and other garden flowers add- ed to the beauty of the newly dec- orated club rooms. Guests were greeted by Misses Frances Hyde Gladys Hicks Frances Freese Marjorie Gresh- am and Annie Shelton and Mes- dames Harry W. McGhee Alice Moseley W. D. Monk S. E. Wea- ver and Gib Callaway. Musical selections were played by the Brownwood High school or- chestra in colorful uniform with E. P. Thompson Jr. directing. Tiny diplomas tied with red and white for the local High school gold and blue for Howard Payne and blue and white for Daniel Baker and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 1939

Daniel Baker Collegian Z-7M Vriums XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 21 1930 Ne. 31 Senior Class Entertained By Juniors At Formal Banquet Saturday Evening Favor Was Concluded By Party At Theatre Sixty Attend Annual Affair Senior class students were hon- ored last Saturday evening when the Junior class entertained with the annual Junior-Senior banquet in the Gold Room of the Brown- wood Hotel. The tables were beautifully decorated with the school colors blue and white and the graduation motif. Blue corn flowers and Queen Anne's lace were artisti- cally arranged in Daniel Baker blue glass vases. Forming the centerpiece for the table were two dolls dressed like a boy and girl graduate in caps and gowns. These dolls stood on a mirrored reflector which was sprinkled with sweet peas. On each side of the center- piece blue tapers in crystal can- delabra burned. Large bowls of the chosen flowers further ac cented this arrangement. Tiny graduates served as favors for each place. Nut' cups were tiny...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 1939

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN at Fait OCAce of Browswood Texae aa Subscrlptlen Prlot $1.00 Per Year Philbert's Slime Cogitations! Stuff From the Screen BMTM PM NATMMAk ABVMTItllM 410 Masimn Avi. new vkr h. v. cumam nmn lm amhh pmmiim MEMBER TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION WBUKLY BY THE BTUDUNTB OF DANBL BAKER COLLEGE. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CORA FOWLES Associate Editor -...".. Maebell Fitagerald Club Editor - Opal Holley Sport Editor J. R. Morgan lfovie Editor - Janie .Conway Columnist - - Philip Shaw Club Rcportera Bettye Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson Loel McKnight. BUSINESS MANAGER W. D. BROOKOVER Jr. Circulation Manager Adrian Yett Assistant - - - Le Kunita Still one more of the problems which men hopefully be- lieved were settled at Versailles now proves to be 20 years later far from solution. It is that of the age-old Jewish dream of a homeland in Palestine. Under British man- The Old Dream date the beginnings of such a Of Zionism Fades homeland have been made...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 1939

& MAJ. GEORGE flUCUtfU) PJWMW UNMfc- OMREE MHEN HE fcNUST 1C CIVH. WAR. HR W5 PRE- JftttSP WW HIP 5HEEPJKIN 72 YEARS LATER t lsBBBB9BBsflBBBBIsWBMBSBBM sbbbbbhhsvlskbIIbbIE A cv " " AT ARMOUR TECH (CHICAGO) ALL FRESH- MEN REFUSING TO WEAR GREEN CA'9 ME STRIPPED OF THEIR PAWS A.- REQUIRED TO WAIK IN SUCH A STATE ID AIL CLASSES DU?J .ra TP.P &;.' ' $$3 J SiifiSM ' fc 'WOUM) Tte iJJi '-HAMiTrt. Je' J-OUGE. rtyjj. NESTERS WIN 13-4 VICTORY OVER COGGINS In another ball game on the cur- rent intra-collegiate soft ball pro gram the Dorm Nesters feminine sancllotters inhabiting the dormi- tory outhit the Coggln Society Friday afternoon 13 to 4 in a game at Daniel Baker Park. Highlighting play was Imogene Hill first-bagger for the Nesters. Mildred Reed pitched the winners to victory allowing the Coggins only four runs three of them com- ing in the fourth inning. Neither team was made up en- tirely of members of the two groups as other players inter- spersed the respective squads. Play...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 1939

- C 1 ?? Oftx..T- THI fc l. w v Itit Et Qaztt (Editor! note: The following Is the prophecy of the Senior class which wm retd at the Junior-Sen-lor banquet.) Yei my dear Seniora you are all wondering what your future la to be. Just concentrate now on this question of what you will be doing say in 20 years and I the great mental telephathist Done Et will interpret these thoughts aa they pass through my crystal ball I ace before me: Owyn Davis the big-time gam- bler of Chicago still unzipping people and pulling their hair and otherwise pestering them. Now he is a full fledged bad boy. Hla henchmen call him "Bad Maca- roni." The letters O. A. come to my mind. Will O. A. answer? I see you as a big man in a blue uni form with a star on your coat In a New York City alley refereeing a fiat-fight between two of the gashouse gang cotton-headed youngsters belonging to hick-re porter John T. Williamson. It seems that your wife the former Loel McKnlght has forgotten her D. B. C. home eco. days a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 1939

it t McCleltsnd Memorial Libref? . - Daniel Baker College the Collegian Patronigt The Cofitglan Advertisers Girls Join The Pep Squad Today. Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1939 No. 1 .! f 0 FroaTki BELL TOWER Traditions are roots. Roots are the- sort of material upon which great nations are built. That at- mosphere of being part of an Illus- trious past is our private claim to roots. Such are our own Daniel Baker traditions. Our bell is one of our nioat beloved traditions. From the BELL TOWER we can imagine ourselves cut part of an earlier generation watching the students of 1030 enroll . . . Thus another chapter of Daniel Baker- history begins . . . First came football workouts; then a number of old students drifting in .' .' . THEN came registration day bursting upon us with its brand new lot of Freshmen and transfers. A perfect whirlwind of human life the cream of the crop ... a new cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 1939

Ngtl THE COLLEGIAN Friday September 21 ItSt THE COLLEGIAN Last Dust of Summer The Plagiarist at the Poet Office at Brownwood Tsxaa ai second claai mat' Nfenet W btftocbled Gote6kfe Press Dtoulbuteref Cbteexfe Octet ITM VM MnT IWnb aWBWTHW W Nattaal Advertising Strict be. 4SO MACItON AVK. NtW YOUR. N. V. SMCM0 twOR LM AMM MM I tftfV'" BditorlaCaief ... - Beatrice Dumae Aaeociate Editor - fJybU Wtgsiateii porta - George lfcBrttyer Charles Gardner Newa - JBctfkyae Robey Evelyn McDanlel Sarah Cawley r Philip Shaw Circulation tMtMfttttt Lee Kunitx 0r0r'i''i'' PRESS POLICY The staff of the Daniel Baker Collegian presents its aims of the year to the stu- dent body in the sincere hope that the student body will hack us in our endeavor to achieve these ends. 1. To maintain the high standard of THE COLLEGIAN by observing the principles of professional journalism. 2. To centralize and increase school spirit. 5. To seek POINTIVE thought on the part of the students. 4. To establish respect for c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 1939

V Friday September 29 ItSt ' THE COLLEGIAN Paita BILLIE SPORTS p nmmmmmfammmmf RALLY THE JAVEUNABt TONIGHT! BILLIES READY FOR JAVELINAS SATURDAY p From The y GEORGE McBRAYER WU her we are again surmising making long-shots prophesy- ing or what have you. At any rate we (the staff) are gona try our best to make It interesting. We have a good team a good school and plenty of good students so the task of finding something Interesting to spill should not be hard. The fact that we have already lost a game this season does not In any way determine the future strength or outcome of our lilies. They have not yet been given a real chance to show themselves. We were playing a team that could be classed way ahead of this con. ferenoe In strength. To begin with the Rattlers had played one game already the preceding week and had to some extent got a lot of the pro-season kinks out of the lineup. That together with more weight and more experience and an upset victory to their credit Is a faet that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 1939

hgt4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday September 29 1939 Many Baker Students Marry In Slimmer Bach term f lad a number of jhw marriage UetBMa haaglnff In the roosns of our student. Mas Chris- tina Joyrot and L. M. Waters wort marrltd June 2 at lilting Star Texaa. After Um ceremony the couple mada a wedding trip to California and the Golden Gate Exposition. They will make their homo In Brownfleld where L. M . la la huiinoai Mat Juaalta Hunt was married to Htrahell Avinger of Coleman Ttxaa on Auguat 25 in Comanche with lflaa Francla Avinger and J. If. Aldaraon aa attendant Af- ter a ahort wedding trip to Weet Texaa Mr. and Mrs. Avinger re- turned to Coleman whore If r. Av- inger la principal of Coleman High School. The Coggin Society of which Mra. Avinger waa a member honored her with a tee and a mis- cellancoua ahower Auguat 20. On March 2 Mlaa Dardanelle Wllllama waa married to Leo Eng- llah at Sweetwater Texas. They visited there with his parent and returned to Brownwood where both art enrolled...

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

..' the Collegian PATRONIZE COLLKQIAN ADVERTISERS Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 6 1939 No. 2 ItUMCRIEB TO THE COLLEGIAN From Tin BELL TOWER It ii our fervent belief that we have the beat bunch of Freshmen ever. Never before have the Froah been more willing to accept their unlucky plot and gain the respect of the uppers for doing so. They have "taken hold" from the first day of school and are already a part of us For it is a well-known fact that the most humble Freshman makes the most useful upper-classman. That quality of not being afraid to give a little to let down dignity for someone else is a blessing to anyone. Unselfishness the Good Book calls it. A student willing to do senseless things for others in his first year will just naturally get in the habit of serving others for more worthy causes. And this is what is required of nearly every upper. The longer we go to school the fewer we b...

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

Friday October 198 Pag z THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN ntered at the Port Office at Brownwood Texas ai Mcond clan mat' MMlDCr '"jk MfMIMtll NR NATMNAk AftVMTIWN BY Ptoocioted Goteftkte Press National Advertising Service Inc. DilUibttter 01 410t:veiON avi. Niw Venn. N. V. Gole6ideDi6est VL CRICMU BOIION LOS AMIUI la PMMIM Editor-ln-Chlef - - Beatrice Dumas Associate Editor Sybil Wlgglnton gporti George McBrayer Charted Gardner News Erskyne Robey Evelyn McDanlel Sarah Cawley Business Manager - - PnlHp Shaw Circulation - KunitE SUBSCRIPTIONS $1.00 per year mailing Included. Truth. The Unpopular According to statistics printed in a bulletin called THE STUDENT AND HIS KNOWLEDGE many students actually lose ground in college instead of adding to their knowledge. It is reported that a test was given to the same students at two-year periods in which 15 per cent knew less than when the test was first tak- en. The average student had gone backwards in twenty out of thirty colleges in mathematics...

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

Friday Octobtr 6 ItSt THE COLLEGIAN Page i-- BILLIE SPORTS BEAT Mclaughlin game OCTOBER 27 THE KANGAROOS! Daniel Baker Invades CLIPBOARD From The y GEORGE Well it looked kinda like we had a victory on our hands Satur- day night but ole man Reserve Strength had a different idea all of his own. Gee if we could only break into that guy's generosity ... At any rate he has given us a new fighting spirit and that certainly helps . . . The boys looked pretty good and for three quarters they performed their defensive show almost to the letter. This Is what Coaoh Ran som had In mind during the con tlnued hard prabtiee last week. On top of that the boys went it hard er and more of it this week. That's the spirit and sooner or later they are going to get what they are going after. Coach Ransom was well pleased with the showing they made even though the offense did not stand out as much as he desired. How- ever I'm sure that a big portion of this week's practice sessions will be devoted to that...

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

toft THE COLLEGIAN Friday October 6 193t Baker Graduates 72 In Summer Session The graduating class of the summer constituted the largest in the history of Daniel Baker Col- lege. The fact that this triumph came as a olimax to 50 years of activity was even more meaning- ful. The principal speaker of the commencement exercises was Mr. L. A. Woods State School Super- intendent. Degrees were issued to the fol- lowing members of the class: Reba Adams Qaston Alford George All- corn Claude Allison Ona Aston Marshall Austin Daisy Bailey Juanlta Barger Grace Barnes Thelma Bigby Cleo Black Hollis Blackwell Daniel Bounds Mordine Brown Ola Byrd Guy Clapp Cleo Conger Carlton Dean Hulon Dun- can. Carrie Eaton Loyd Elam Cirvia Everitt Ardie Gaither Evelyn Gaugh LaZelle Goldsmith Lester Grisham Jewel Halbrooks Laura Hampton Arleigh Harris Ruth Hicks; Lesta Higginbotham; Pau- line Haynes Lonnie Holder Wil- liam Horsley Arnold Jeske Hu- bert Kelley Jack Kirby Harry Lewis Henry Lewis Ethel Lind- sey N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 October 1939

mi Collegian PATRONIZE COLLIQIAN ADVERTISERS Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 1939 No. 3 SUMCRIEB TO THE COLLBQIAN Frw Tkl BELL TOWER Daniel laker la truly In tha awing. Old cluba have mat to alaot off icera and pladf a new mem- " ban. New cluba ara getting or- ganlaed and ara framing constttu- tlona. Freahman have ao many ; beckoning organisations from which to aelect that they ara bewil dered aa to what club to join. BELL TOWER tradition aaya join them all if poaalble but don't gat ao many memberahipa on your handa that you can't be uaeful to thoae cluba you DO join. When you can not be an aaaet to the group you choose you are woraa than no member at all and serve only to lower It in the estimation of your fellow atudents. So let'a make up our minds not to become a member of any club in which we can not do our vary best. Then t our entire club system will be one 'of which we will all be pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 October 1939

THE COLLEGIAN Friday Octobtr 18 1139 THE COLLEGIAN The Plagiarist Eyes and Ears of Tht Campus l9fftl at the Poet Offici at Brownwood Texas m Mcond claii mat' MNMMTH Ma HATMMAk AftVMTIMM M Maneer taockied Gofeokfe Ptess National Advirtban Service he. k 1 m .A MU9& mmwM$99T9 nssysjsjBjpBBSV WUIHrl 4IO MAOIBOH AVI. NIWYMR.N.Y. rTnlAilirao raffrrvrt cumm imtm ut mmh um i Edltor-ia-Calef - - - Beatrice Dumaa Associate Editor - Sybil Wlggtaton porta - ' Goorgo McBrayer Charles Oardaar Newe ....Erskyne Robey Evelyn McDaniel Sarah Cawloy Philip Shaw Manager la UUaOX) iiwwwMinwwwwMiwMi mmHMMMMMiwi awn m JLiM EbVU11S SUBSCRIPTION; $1.00 per year mailing included. MY DEAR UNSUSPECTING FRESHMEN LIVING FOR TOMORROW You hava come to Daniel Baker elated over your new independence if not in one way in another. You have the idea that you are free as the breezei thinking that just being a college student elimi- nates you from all self-discipline. Such is not the case. You now are part of our coll...

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