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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 October 1939

THE COLLEGIAN hftt BILLIE SPORTS BEAT THE BOLL-WEEVILS Mclaughlin GAM ME OCTOBER 27 '& i- Friday Octobtr 13 193t W I .m Arkansas CLIPBOARD From Thi y GEORGE MoBRAYER Now it is different Daniel Baker played their moat Important game of the 1939 leason latt Friday against the Austin College Kangaroos. That 6-0 score was all that was needed to instill a confidence that we have lacked for a long time. It is not the same attitude that was prevalent last year when we had won our only game against the Mc- Ifurry Indians. Then we had tasted defeat many times and had begun to take it in a matter-of-fact manner. Not only our pride but every desire we had to win had been - - trampled under the turf by those who came and went with victory safe in their fold. When the long- delayed win did come we did not know how to appreciate it. The season was most gone and the fe- ver of football with it. The season is just beginning now. We have won the first game of the conference and we are at the top...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 October 1939

Fact 4 THE COLLEGIAN Mrs. H. Wright Reviews Book Duriif Um meeting of Um Baakespeare Club on Friday Sep- tember St Mm. Wright reviewed Mien Kampf by Adolf Hitter. The title of the book means "my strug gtes." A summary of If n. Wrlght'a review wu aa follows: It la a big mystery to the United Statee aa to why Germany la flffhtlnff. An explanation to one extent la that the title of their national anthem la "Germany Above All Othera;" the aonff waa written in 1814. Meln Kampf haa 998 paffei. In it Hitler tella a little of hia own life. He la fifty yeara old and waa born in northcaat Auatrla. Hia parenta were pure Bavarian la blood. The elder Hitler waa a tern strict official of government The family moved about from plaoe to place. When Hitler waa mall he learned readily but as he grew older he failed to be so apt in hia studies. His father died when he was thirteen; his mother when he waa fifteen. At this time he want to Vienna 'where hia life waa poverty-stricken. He attended art scho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1939

the Collegian UMCRIM TO THI II COLLIQIAN II PATRONIZE COLLIQIAN ADVERTISERS ( Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DA NIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 20 1939 No. 4 Fraa TkV BELL TOWER Ont duty whloh belongs to every student on the campus is that of advertising Daniel Baker College. No system of publicity is ever quite so effective as the students themselves how they conduct themselves and their ranking scholastlcally. This fact is self- evident and it is ONB WAY. Another way Is this. It has been suggested by one club on the cam- pus that all organizations work together in an advertising cam- paign for the school. If every club had stickers made with the name of the college printed on them and in the blue and white we would be doing more than our publicity department has funds with which to accomplish the same feat. Car stickers sweater for out-standing members of clubs sweat shirts for everybody Hill Billie jackets and especially o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1939

Friday October 20 1939 Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN T H E COLLEGIAN Entered at the Pest Office r.t Browmvuod Texas us second class mai' Member associated Collefcicite Pres Distributor of Golle6iale Di6est AIPMIMMTIO ron NATIONAL AbVkNlMINO BY National Advertising Service Inc. College Publhbtrt Rtprtttntslht 420 f.' n ujn A vc. Niw York. N. Y. CHICAGO tiloi LOJ ANOIlll CAR ftMNCtlC Editor-in-Chief Sports Beatrice Dumas George McBrayer Charles Gardner Business Manager - Philip Shaw Circulation - - Lee Kunitz REPORTERS: Imogene Farris Helen Harbour Philip Shaw. Hazel Lewis Esther Under .ood Joe Owen John Hi ks Quent'n Cauley Janie Conway Coffey Twins Sarah Cawley Erskyne Hobey Zelle Horton. Are You Grateful? It ? often wondered if we the youth of our great nation realize just what our government is doing for us. Do we realize just what benefit and how much benefit we get from our nation? We as voters mav not approve of these alphabetical in- stitutions of NYA and CCC but we as direct recipient...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1939

Friday Octobt r 20 1939 THE COLLEGIAN PftftS BILLIE SPORTS BEAT THE Mclaughlin game OCTOBER 27 CRUSADERS Rejuvenated Billies Face Tough Crusaders ' CLIPBOARD Prom The y GEORGE The Billies' defeat over the Arkansas Aggies and the Austin College Kangaroos throws a different light over the Conference prognostica- tion. The old boys have had to go and prognosticate all over again. Meaning that the Billies did just what wasn't expected to be done. The amies Abilene Christian and at. Edwards are in a three way tie for first place. ACC and at. Edwards are a notch ahead in the full season standing with two wins and one loss whereas the lilies are batting .500 with two of eaoh. Daniel laker and at. Edwards have not been scored on In conference play but the Chris- tians have had six points counted up against them. ACC and at. Edwards have both scored two touchdowns while the Billies have only counted one. Mathematically the Crusaders have a slight edge but on the other hand they were defeated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 October 1939

Page 4 Know Your Billies illie Gtewart It all happened in the small young town of Gouldbusk Texaa In the fading days of October 1916. Yea that waa the day that Wil- liam Stewart entered this world. Hla daya in this town weren't long however moving to the ad- joining town of Coleman Texas. Here he grew up to be the sports loving boy that he is. He entered the Coleman schools and remained till he graduated. Blllie asserted his ability to be a sportsman by playing his last two years of high school football team and was captain the final year. He also played on the bas- ketball squad and was also cap- tain the final year. Stewart is noted for his consci- entious spirit and his ability to hustle. He has been a great help to the Blllie teams the past three years. He is completing his fourth year of football and third year of basketball. He was captain of the basketball five last year and is present captain of the football team. Blllie plays the right half- back position. He is majoring in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1939

Trinity-Baker Tilt To Benefit McLaughlin BSSSSSsaMsssssssiBissssiBisssssssssssssssBissssssssssssssisssssssssssesMei"s"si the Collegian i -a-1 PATRONIZE COLLEGIAN ADVERTISERS Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOI) TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 27 1939 No. 5 Wigington-Hutton Elected Co-Editors of The Trail FroM Tkg BELL TOWER Who taid we couldn't! The seemingly impouible has begun! No we haven't just turned sports- minded the old Bell In its Tower has always been so. Here we are at the top physically in our Tower and literally in the con- ference. Daniel Baker is no longer lated as the "underdog" and the cellar dweller" but are referred to now as a tough team to beat. The thought Is spreading like glue and every student in Daniel Baker is riding on the crest of happiness. The thrill of winning is too much and' we've gone slap- happy with the spirits of support- ing a victorious team. Not that we haven't always had this feeling of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1939

Frliay Oeteoer W IMS Page 2 TH1 COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Poat Office at Brownwood Texas as second class maU Scattcrbraining The PUgliritt Member Associated GoHe6iate Pres$ Distributor of Golle6ialeDi6esl Edltor-in-Chlef Associate Editor Sports - MMIHNTM POR NATIVNAb AtVMTIMNS M National Advertktof Service Inc. GoIUh Publiihtn Kftrtmurtm 420 MADION AVK. NSW Y0NK. N. V. CHICMO ' lotto Lot AMIlft IM fWCIIW Beatrice Dumas Wilbur Roberts George McBrayer Charles Gardner Business Manager - Philip Shaw Circulation - - - ! Kunlts REPORTERS: Imogene Farria Helen Harbour Philip Shaw Hazel Lewis Esther Underwood Joe Owen John Hicks Quentin Cauley Janie Conway Coffey Twins Sarah Cawley Erskyne Robey Zelle Horton Ethylene Shields. Sponsor - Mrs. H. Post Wright PROCLAMATION Know all Dogpatch men what ain't married by these presents and spe- cially Li'l Abner Yokum: Whereas there be inside our town limits a passel of gals what ain't married but craves something awful to be and Whereas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1939

FH4r OcUHr 27 1 tit THI COLLEGIAN r Patt B1AT BILLIE SPORTS MeLAUG m THI TIGIRS TONIGHT fl :n i t i t - A 4 fc 4 Billies " i I wi a a aasaassaaaaaaaaaaSBJSSSSSai i -- MLU-r--iL - . fjBBaailBa-BBaBjBgg-a. " - My wtf ytstix .ejgsjeAsaaaaisihi Bjflmf? ...'iyiJ. uypn ' a-TT yyjyffjfTTfsSTTiSSSSi iiMMiMMiM"wMMwwiwMiiiwij' h i jl SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBU I iHtlA'j ' SSBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Vj'X'' v " .0i 'jfci pppppppppppBHufiBpSEg 8BBBBBBSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSBSBd&aBBBBBSBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBH nBBSHSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS: Loraint Whitmire BILLIES' SCORE ENDS GAME After a speedy atlatalned con- alatent (or what have you?) drive of 'SO yards the Daniel Baker Hill Billiea pushed over a touchdown to defeat the strong St. Edward's Crusaders at Austin 6-0. A 28-yard touchdown pass Stewart to Bittick put the ball over. The score came in the last five seconds of play and only one play was ' run...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 October 1939

Page 4 THE COLLEGIAN FritTsy October 27 lilt Kenneth Hestis Campus Bits In chapel on October 24 Miss Mavis Douglas voice teacher of Daniel Baker and director of the Daniel Baker Ensemble sang for the first time for the student body. 'Canzonette" by Loew.? and "II Bacio" by Arditi were the vocal selections offered. Miss Douglas also led the students in singing hymns for the morning. Mr. Clive Pierce superintendent of the Brown County schools spoke on October 20 to the students of Education 19-b. Mr. Pierce was enrolled in Daniel Ba- ker several years ago. Mr. H. Glidden Wilson gave an inspiring talk to members of the Students Christian Association at their regular meeting of October 24. The gist of his speech was that the youth of a nation rules it and we should realize the full responsibility of our mission. Mr. Wilson is teacher of the College Class of the First Christian church and sponsor of the young people's organization. According to Captain E. M. Da- vis Company A of which Mc...

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

3 Collegian PATRONIZE COLLIQIAN ADVIrVNSIRt UMCRIII TO THI COLLIQIAN Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1939 No. f V Sadie Hawkins Invades DB Campus Today Froa Tki BELL TOWER Between Battles This week we have a feeling which we believe to be shared by every student on the campus. We were so built up mentally for the McLaughlin game that now we feel as though it has been 3 a. m. ever since. We're caught between that great game and our home coming game. We're already pre- paring diligently for next week and here we haven't recovered from last week. It just goes to show you what mental attitude can do. It's for a surety that our Trinity game was a success regardless of the score. We did have a capacity crowd as predicted our Pep Squad did present a stunt which was worthy of the occasion and the spirit of Daniel Baker our boys did play their best which is all that is expected of anyone. Brown- woo...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Friday November 3 lttt Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN Bntered at the Poit Office at Brownwood Texas m aecond ctaas mai Member Associated Gole&cke Press Distributor of Cblle6iateDi6est National Advertising Service Inc. College PuMthtn Rt0r$tntstht 420 M ArieoM Av. NlW VRR. N. V. CHtCASO OOlfCN let Amiui IM PIUCNH Editor-in-Chief - Beatrice Dumaa Associate Editor - - - Wilbur Roberta Sporte George McBrayer Charlea Gardner Buslneaa Manager Philip Shaw Circulation - - - - L Kunlts REPORTERS: Imogene Farris Helen Harbour Philip Shaw Haiel Lewis Esther Underwood Joe Owen John Hicks Quentin Cauley Janle Conway Coffey Twins Sarah Cawley Erskyne Robey Zelle Horton Ethylene Shields. Sponaor .. .Mrs. H. Post Wright World's Game Continued The advanced sale of tickets has been swamped with a complete sell-out. As you know the game is to be played in the same place this year as last but a new and more modernistic stadium has been built for this "Saar Bowl" game. An estimated crowd of some...

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

THE COLLEGIAN PsfsS BEAT BILLIE SPORTS GO TO ABILENE SATURDAY THE INDIANS Crippled Billies Attend Indian Pow-Wow Tomorrow Friday Norenber 3 1131 i ' ; CLIPBOARD From Thi By GEORGE MoBRAYER It juat wasn't our night to win that's all . . . If it had been we would have gotten that break that wins that kind of a game. The boys played hard. They played to win but so did Trinity and the won. We are not beefing because we feel that we won a moral vic- tory anyway. We lost to a mighty good team and you can bet that the Tigers are going to be mighty hard to put out of the way in their remaining' games. however that they are still in the raoe. This game was to show just what the lilies had on the ball any many a forecaster is still rub- bing his head over the fray even if we did lose.. Trinity Is dreaded by every member of the conference that has not playsd them.. They are popular as a winning team so by our playing them such a olose game we demonstrated Just what we oould do. Coach Ransom wa...

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

Pagt4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday NoretaWr 3 list Campus Bits Miss Alio McClelland told of her missionary travels in foreign countries in chapel on Tuesday October 31. Miss McClelland is a daughter of the founder of Dan iel Baker college Dr. B. T. Mc- Clelland. The Daniel Baker String Or- chestra played in chapel Friday October 27 for the first time this year. The program consisted of a "Review of Swing." Members of the orchestra are Percy Owen Berlie Fallon and Wayne Guthrie. Roy Owen left Tuesday to at- tend the bedside of his father who is seriously ill in Gallup New Mexico. The entire student body offers sympathy and hopes a speedy recovery for Roy's father. Sammy McLaughlin was unani- mously voted a member of the "B" Association at the Trinity-Baker game on October 27. The full page anouncement in the fotoball program read as follows: "We salute you Sammy; we honor your courage; we admire your gallant spirit The Daniel Baker College "B" Association. Uniforms for the thirty-five piece ...

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

'J. 5 LI ' ?n ut r M 5 Collegian PATRONIZE COLLEGIAN ADVIRTIttWt UMCRIIE TO THE COLLIOIAN . ' Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10 1939 No. 7 v. i ii DANIEL BAKER WELCOMES rCTiincuTC SATURDAY 'kfm U I IlllUlf U BBBSWBl BF BF BW BBSS) BW r Campus Sweetheart Will Be Announced At Game Saturday From Tin BELL TOWER Armistice Day On Saturday November 11 Daniel Baker will be celebrating two major events of the year: Ar- mistice Day and our own Home- coming. At this time our stu- dents will have several things to be happy about. But the main thing which in- cludes not. only the Hill Billies but every youth of our age is the fact that our nation has not annulled the Armistice of the World War and embarked on a new war. We should be ever so thankful that we can . celebrate an old war instead of promulgating a new one. Not so very many years ago bur stu- dents were drilling on pur own campus for war duty ...

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

Ptfft 2 THE COLLEGIAN Friday November 10 1939 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at tht Post Office at Brownwood Texas as Meond class matT Member Associated Goteeicte Press Distributor of GDle6ide0i6esl MMMMTM MR NATMMAL ABVMTIWNS VI National Advertkssg Service Inc. 40 M40tON AVI. NSW YMR N. V. CHICMO ireR It AMItM SAN PMMMt Bditor-lnChlef ..... Associate Editor Beatrice Dumai . Wilbur Roberta f porta George McBrayer Charles Gardner Bueineae Manager Philip Shaw Circulation - Lee Kunita REPORTERS: Imogene Farris Helen Harbour Philip Shaw Hazel Lewie Either Underwood Joe Owen John Hicki Quentin Cauley Janle Conway Coffey Twine Sarah Cawley Erikyne Robey Zelle Horton Ethylene Shields. Sponsor lire. H. Post Wright West Point Of The Air Randolph Field Texas the beautiful "West Point of the Air" is located just eighteen miles east of San Antonio Texas. It is here. a "wonder spot of the nation" that all of Uncle Sam's young eaglets learn to fly and get their wings. As you enter the field it spreads bef...

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

ir ! f i Friday Nortmber 10 139 DB STUDENT TELLS OF EXPERIENCE ON "CITY OF FLINT" L MICHIGAN Katherlne The American steamer the "City of Flint" haa been in head- lines of our newspapers for some time now. Actual history has been made. JL am going to give you a description of this ship and tell you of a trip I took on it in the summer of 1038. The trip was a three day excursion across Lake Michigan and back again. We started from Milwaukee Wiscon- sin and docked at Ludlngton Michigan on the opposite shore of the lake. We retracted our path on the return trip. This is a distance of about 260 .miles there and back again. We left Milwaukee at 8 o'clock one Thursday morning. All the passengers were young people as this ship had been chartered es- pecially for them. The "City of Flint" is a freighter but there are cabin accommodations for about three hundred persons. Upon boarding the ship we began to ex- plore at once. The steamer has four decks or floors. The top floor was taken first. ...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Friday November 10 ItSt WILDCATS DETERMINED TO MAR BILLIE HOMECOMING BEAT BILLIE SPORTS GREET THE WILDCATS THE EX-STUDENTS HHMMtMMMSi raft 4 Prom Th By GEORGE MoBRAYER "Just how long has Daniel Baker been playing football?" Brother they have been playing a long time. You will see very few exes during this homecoming who can remember when. There was no' record kept of the athletics in Baker when the school first opened. However there are some who remember different incidents in the way of sports. At any rate we're gaing to try to give a brief history of the gridiron sports of Daniel Baker. The beginning of college athletics began In 1891 but no In the or ganiied form we have today. Baseball basketball and football were enjoyed by all the students of the oampus. The northeast tide of the oampue waa used aa an athletlo field. This was surround ed by a high board fence and the faoulty with the studente sat around on benches and watohed the sport. The game of football itsel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1939

THE COLLEGIAN PiftS HILL BILLIES SAVE SCALPS AT MCMURRY 12-0 Friday Nortmber 10 1939 McMurry Trampled Bij Billies On Homecoming Field Friday .Though they put up a hard fight the McMurry Indians of Abilene succumbed to the onslaught of the Daniel Baker Hill Billies in a conference game before a large home- coming crowd. The Billies scored touchdowns in the first and last quarters to down the Indians and retain a chance at the Conference title. The win left Daniel Baker with three wins against one loss. They are now in a three-way tie with St. Edwards and Trinity Uni- versity for second place. Billy Stewart was on the throw- ing end of the first touchdown pass. It was good to Hopper for five yards and a touchdown. Stew- art previously had tossed the touchdown passes that downed both Austin College and St. Ed- wards 0-0. Red Adams DBC end recovered William Stovall's fumble on the McMurry 35 to open the way for the tally. McMurry held open house for fumbles losing the ball six times on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1939

THE COLLEGIAN FfMay Noafcr li ( lr Campus Bits The Daniel Baker Ensemble will five jits first program of Um year oa ipecember 19. at the Flnt Bap- tist church. The Daniel Baker trlna; Orchestra will play for In- termissions. At a recent meeting of the organisation It was de- cided that a five cent penalty should be levied on the members each time they are absent from practice. There will be five more rehearsals before the Christmas program is presented. The co-editors of THE TRAIL have decided that the students of all classes may go down to have their pictures taken without ap- pointment. The 75 cents must be paid at the time the pictures are made. The SOS Society is selling little Jitterbug dolls on Homecoming. They have blue bead bodies and white wire legs and arms; they wear white helmets and bear the letters DBC across them. The price is 15c. .The Freshman class had charge of the chapel program Thursday morning November 9. Joe Beck- ham is chairman of the program committee and R...

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