The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 8, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 20, 1924 Page: 1 of 8
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DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE
BROWN WOOD TEXAS FEBRUARY 20 1924
CITYWIDE EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGN
PRESENTED TO PEOPLE AT DINNER
FEATURED BY MANY FINE TALKS
DANIEL BAKEH COLLEGE
BIND BEING ORGANIZED
Announcing the clty-wlde educa- the (own would go back to village slzo
tlonal campaign In the Interest of I despite the beat efforts of the com-
Danlel Baker college a "Blue Hue" munlty butldors In developing com-
dlnner was given Tuesday laBt in.merclal and Industrial resources
the basement of the First Presbyterian This campaign he said will lake tho
CUU1UH uu vumei uunui win giva iiu-
ccssary additional equipment pay Its
dobtH create an endowment and make
posslblo the expansion of Iti work in
all departments and the people or
Brownwood and surrounding country
will be the principal beneficiaries.
MlVe Can Do II."
Fred W. Qrcbcr president of the
Chamber of Commerce end a mem-
bor of the Daniel Baker Board of
Trustees declared that Brownwood
ought to give proper financial support
to both its colleges and must do so.
He said some people said It couldn't
be done but pointed out that the same
thing had been Bald of many public
movements which liavo been success
fully "put over" during the past few
months and years. If tho people will
get in behind the movement give it
their time and their financial support
the job will be an easy one. "Let's
say It can he dono because it must be
done then let's get busy and do It"
Gilliam Makes Proposition.
Ed B. Gilliam chairman of the or-
ganization committee and director of
the actual work of securing the
money involved In the local cam;
palgn concluded his address with 4
proposition: "Let's get together and
pull Daniel Baker out of the mire of
financial difficulty in this campaign
and by that time Howard Payne will
bo in the mud so deep that it will
need Rome help. Then If you want
me to do It I'll bo chairman of the
campaign and we'll go out and get
the money to put our good BaJMat
college on Its feet too." Mr. Gilliam
said the two colleges here bavo spent
and sacel for Brownwood in their
thirty years of existence over a mil-
lion dollars. He said that Houston
with no Presbyterian college in 300
miles of It gave $175000 for the state-
wide campaign now in progress and
that Houston challetges Brownwood
to holp take care of Us own. "If fifty
of you follows will follow me for thro
days we'll get this money or quit and
send word to the stato headquarters
that it can't be done. Let's get to-
gether go get Jfee money and finish
Judgo Harrison in a short talk at
the conclusion of this program again
emphasized the necessity for main-
taining Christian institutions in order
that a citizenship may be developed
which will protect a free government.
Tho still small voice of patriotism has
urged the people of Brownwood to do
many great and noble things ho said
and in this campaign thero Is a call
for further service in behalf of a cltl
renshlp that will preserve frco Instl
tutlons and maintain the rights of a
The benediction was pronounced by
President Edgar Oodbold of Howard
Payne college who has given the edu-
cational campaign his whole-hearted
support and encouragement.
During the evening the diners wore
entertained with a piano solo by Miss
Dorothy Kendall and a vocal duet by
the Misses Skinner.
The entire dinner was arranged by
and under the direction of W. D. Arm-
strong hospitality chairman who was
assisted by a number of Daniel Baker
girls in receiving the guests. The
Daniel Baker "pep squad" wearing
their attractive uniforms served the
dinner which was prepared by tho
women of the Presbyterian church
church when about two hundred men
and women gainerea anu enjuyeu o
splendidly served menu. The cam-
paign was opened here on the first
day of this month and will bo closed
on February 28th according to pres-
ent plans. Tho local work Is a part
of the statewide campaign being con-
ducted by tho Southern Presbyterian
church with the purpose of raising a
fund of 11350000 to pay the debts
provide equipment and create an en-
dowment for all of its educational in-
stitutions and orphanages In Texas.
Since Daniel Baker college Is one of
the principal beneficiaries In tho state-
wide campaign with assurance of re-
ceiving more than $300000 from the
stato fund the local campaign is be-
ing made a clty-wlde affair as It is in
other cities having Presbyterian in-
stitutions. The "Blue Huo" dinner was solely
for the purpose of explaining the con-
ditions of the campaign and for arous-
ing enthusiasm for the work hero.
No subscriptions were solicited the
campaign for subscriptions being
scheduled to begin about February
21st. Ed B. Gilliam chairman of the
organization committee which will
have charge of this phase of the work
promised Tuesday night that the so-
licitation would be completed with
three days of work if fifty good men
will give their assistance.
Address by Dr. Bardie.
The principal address of tho eve-
ning was delivered by Dr. J. F. Hnr-
die of Houston who discussed the
value of Christian educational insti-
tutions to the community his address
touching upon the value of both Daniel
Baker and Howard Payne colleges as
community assets for Utownwood.
Judge G. N. Harrison was toaBt-
master for the occasion and bis re-
marks in introduction of speakers
were forceful appeals to the people
to give their Christian colleges their
full support In order that they may be
devcloped'to tntetrthe growing- de-
mands made -upon them. No greater
work can be done he declared than
that now being done by Brownwood's
Dr. Hatdie In his address first dis-
cussed the economic value of Chris-
tian educational institutions to the
city pointing out that thousands of
dollars are brought into tho town ovory
year as a result of the schools and
that property valuations are main-
tained and commercial activity
strengthened by the colleges. "Homes
are built streets are improved the
standard of culture is raised the
standard of life is placed upon a high-
er plane commerce 1b increased the
general surroundings of the people
are Improved by the Christian col-
leges" he declared.
While these benefits of the Christian
college may be seen and tabulated a
greater benefit is the intangible ben-
efit be declared. No man can say
what Is put into the life of young men
and women educated in these colleges.
"The Christian college doesn't add
anything to the brain of a boy or girl;
it 'may increase his stature a little
may help In the development of too
body and put a polish on the physical
appearance but in the immortal soul
the work of the Christian college is
Invaluable defying calculation."
The speaker then discussed the ob-
ligation of possession of money point
ing out that money-making 1b honor
8TTjnF.Nl ARE VERY N-
After chapel Thursday morning
wcok beforo last a meeting was held
by the boys of Daniel Baker who play
band Instruments. A plan has been
offered by a local man and member
of the Board of Trustee whereby tho
Daniel Baker Band can set a set of
uniforms and be nil "prettle'd up" by
tho tlmo the west Texan Chamber
of Commerce meets here in May.
The boys are all enthusiastic over
the plan and ono Is going to buy
a new horn Just for the Daniel Baker
Band. we liavo already received
word from some of tho Brownwood
High School Seniors who arc coming
to Daniel Baker next year who want
to get into tho band.
Other schols have bands large nnd
small good and not so good but
Daniel Baker has nevor had a band to
call her own. "Music hath charms
to sooth tho savage brqasts." So
Daniel Baker should be prepared
when they meet tho Cowboys Kan
garoos or even "insects." we win
have a drum painted In tho school
colors with a Hill Billy ringing the
old bell or some other sultnblo design
telling tho people Just what and who
The band with tho support of tho
student bodycan make a most lasting
impression anywhere and wo want
to especially "show off" rudlng the
coming West Texas Chamber of Com-
merce Convention. Encourage any
boy that you know in your home town
who plays an Instrument to come
to Daniel Baker College- and have
them to wrlto the ofllce for informa-
tion 'concerning Jtho banc. Let uu
nil work for a bigger and better Dan-
Norfleet Trio In
at Daniel Baker
ONE OF A NUMBER OF GOOD CON'
CERTS TO BE GIVEN AT
DR. CHANDLER OEUVEflS
SPEAKS AT LAYING OF CORNER-
8TONE OF NEW PRE8BY-
Two extraordinary concerts wero
presented by tho Norfleet Trio on
Monday afternoon and evening Feb
ruary 4 at Daniel Baker College. The
afternoon program was one especial
ly delightful to children and a large
number of little folks were present.
The evening program displayed tho
abilities of the several artists In solo
groups and was marked by a beauti-
ful performance of the Trio In D Minor
by Mendelssohn. This program clos
ed with two arrangements by Grain
ger and Kreslsler. .
In consideration of tho flno con
certs rendered and tho good audien
ces in attendance in spite of bad
wcathor conditions the first 'venturo
of the Daniel Baker Fine Arts Club
was a noteworthy success.
Hungarian Dnnco Brahams.
Minuet Roccoco 8pleltor
Klckapoo Social Dance ISklllon.
Elfin Dunce Renard.
Gypsy Ronce Haydn.
By the Brook Bolsdeffro
Little Shepherd' Debussy
Hurdy Gurdy Gossens
The Swan St. Saens
Rooster and Hens Leonard.
The Water Wheel : Gossens
Drink to Me Only With ThlneEyes..
Serenade Vlennolse Jeral.
At tho Water Fall Carl Venth.
The Bogey Man Louis Verse!
Clog Daneo Grainger
..Program at 8 P. M.
Trio In D Major Mendelssohn
Molto Allegro ed Agitato
Andante con moto tranqulllo
Finale Allegro assal appassionato.
Waltz in A Major
THE TRAIL TO DE '
OUT FIRST OF MAY
PROOFS ARRIVING DAILY t EN
Work on Tho Trail tho Daniel Bak
er College Annual Is progressing
nicely. Proof Is arriving dally from
the engraver. We hopo to havo tho
book In the hands of tho printer by
the first of Aprlr and havo the book
ready for delivery by the first of May.
We are In receipt 'of a letter from
our engravor Baying: "Tho work
reached us In good condition. The
cartoons were excellent and they
caused qulto a few good laughs. You
will receive tho proof In a few days."
The above statement Is encouraging
and If tho student body will stand
behind us wo will assure you a good
annual and have It ready for delivery
We want to thank the stud6nts who
have helped us by banding in snap
shots and also those who have helped
in getting the work ready for tho En
Advice to the Juniors
Do you want a good Trail for 1025?
Ifso you should get busy now and
begin to take snap shots for It. You
should also elect some one as athlc
tic editor or to some capacity to seo
to it that there are plenty of baseball
pictures for next year. Since an an-
nual must be ready for delivery be
fore tho letter men have been an-
nounced for the present year It is
Impossible to put them In this year's
annual so it falls to next yoars's
staff to havo this year's baseball pic
tures In It.
This docs not mean that we will
have no baseball pictures this year
but it docs mean that we cannot put
the letter men of this year in because
the annual will bo off press before wo
know who will be the letter men.
Start saving your snap shots now
for the Trail of next year.
DANIEL BAKER FINE ..:.
ARTS CLUB 0R6ANIZED
ORGANIZATION TO PROMOTE HIGH.
Wo are glad to announce to the
students nnd friends of tha college
the organization of another club that
will do much In furthering the Inter
est of the school. The name of this
club Is Tho Daniel Baker Fine Arta
Club. Its membership Is composed
of the Instructors In the Fine Arts
Department College professors Dan-
iel Bakor Alumni and friends of tat
Tlio officers of this club are: Henry
E. Meyer Dean of the Daniel Baker
School of Music President; Miss Ca-
therine Watson Head of the Depart
ment of Oratory and Public Speaking
Secretary; and Miss Helen M. Post
Professor of English Treasurer.
The aim of this club Is to promote
high class musical entertainments la
Daniel Baker College for the students
and the public at large. We are vary
glad to hear of this organization and
expect much good to be derived from
i . .i. .
Bird Song JrPi:.J FUtngren
Turkish March Bee"thoven
Fnrowell to Cuculllan Krelslor
Molly on the Shore Granger.
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so Ions as the monov 1b properly
bandied. "Money is an Immortal
thing. It will live to scoff at your
confusion or to sing tno praises oi
the Ood who gave it to you" he de-
clared urging that money bo devoted
to' tho development of Christian edu-
cation in order that the purpose of
God might be carried -out. The op
portunity given the people or Brown-
wood at this time to use their money
In' support of Daniel Baker college
under conditions which will bring
back to them many times their in-
vestment is one that should be eager-
ly grasped by the citizenship Dr.
Hardie said in concluding his address.
Tribute to McClelland.
Judge Harrison paid a beautiful
tribute to Dr. B. T. McClelland tho
founder of Daniel Baker college
sneaking of him as a man of wonder
ful mentality finished education many
remarkable attributes of soul and per
sonality who came here when this
country was a wilderness and with his
own nanas uterauy duiii ine inunda-
tion for the college. Along with Dr.
McClelland there labored Brooke
.Smith who since the first day of the
Ufa of Daniel Baker college has bean
rv trustee of the Institution and Is now
"arobably tha best loved man in
Brownwood" Judge Harrison declar
Mr. Smith snoke briefly emphasis
fas- tha economic value of tha colleges
in Brownwood. He declared that the
benefits to Brownwood are. such that
.the nraaent camnatan for Daniel Ba
ker college loses ite denominational
Identity and Is a matter for all
Brownwood to become interested In.
. Jadce McCartney Talks.
Pleading guilty to being a "lawyer
en.nonesi man" jugge u. u. mo-
ey aeiiverea as eatenaiaiag au-
emphasising tne necessity xor
(national eolleges and pointing
Ike mite f the colleges In Irowa-
M gessMUMtiQMSi seaoois. tie
that fcT the two colleges here
tftte tlr doors fefmatoaWt
THE DANIEL BAKER
HAS HAD ENVIABLE RECORD FOR
CLASS MUSICIANS DEPART
aeni' i uKurrinu.
The School of Music at Daniel Bak-
er College has an enviable record for
first class and thorough musical work.
Throughout a period of years the
School has been directed by musicians
of high standing and broad culture.
Among these Wm. H. Sherwood the
great American pianist and Emll Lis-
bllng celebrated pianist teachjr and
composer were visiting directors." In
recent years David uulon composer-
pianist and 'Homer C. Nearlng com
poser and pianist nave held tne posi-
tion as resident directors. The pre
sent Dean of the School Mr. Meyer.
la a man or nign attainments ana nne
musicianship. The policy of the
School of Music Is forward looking
and Its standard Is never lowered.
During the last four years the at-
Dr. S. E. Chandler spent Sunday
ahd Monday February 10 nnd 11 in
Sweetwater on a snort speaking trip.
The morning .and ovenlng sermons
wero at tho ' Presbyterian church.
Monday morning he delivered an ad-
dress to tho student body of the
Sweetwater High School on the sub
ject of education. i
The real reason for pr. Chandler's
hurried trip to Sweetwater .was to de-
liver an address at the laying of the
Cornerstone for the New Presbyterian
Church Sunday afternoon. Tho cere
monies were under the direction of
the Masonic order. Dr. Chandler
made the speech of the day. Rev. L
O. Marony. First Baptist Church
Sweetwater took part in the service.
The Masonic ritual was given by
County Judge A. Z. Manzel M. C.
Monroe fU C. Crane W. E. Wade and
J. H. Beall Jr. of the Sweetwater
If the present rate of construction
t rnntlnued the church will be finish
ed by early summer. The church
will bo two stories high built of light
brick and costing something in ex
cess" of $20000.
Two of the original members of
the congregation when it was first or
ganized in 1885 wore present at Sun-
day's ceremony. They were Mrs. B
Bardwell and Mrs. J. H. Bnrdwell
The First Presbyterian Church at
Sweetwater was built In 1891 upon a
lot given for the purpose by the Texas
ft Pacific Railway ttev. J. . aswuiy
was nastor. The corner stone was
(aid by the Masonic Lodge of Sweet-
wated July 4 1891.
Y. W. Gill. JITDnNiEL
BAKER STILL CROWING
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED FOR
TERM WORKING ON PLAY
TO BE GIVEN SOON.
UPPER CLASSMEN ARE
WINNERS IN CONTEST
MEN'S GLEE CLUB
Tho Y. W. C. A. is a live nnd grow
ing orcranlzatton In Daniel liaKcr
Never before has Its membership been
as large as it is at present and never
has It seemed to bo accomplishing
so much. Its plans arq many and
numerous for the new term and much
work Is expected to be done.
New officers -have been eiecteu as
President Ruth Montgomery.
Secretary Dorothy Jackson.
Treasurer Helen LoKan.
Under Graduate Representative
Devotional Representative Chloo
Tho nnw nrealdent Is an able and
"peppy" leader and under her guld-
anco some new and Interesting fea-
tures of work havo boen planned nnd
undertaken. At tho beginning of the
Spring term tho Y. W. O. A. Inspec-
tor will bovhoro and will no doubt
offer many wise and helpful sugges-
xt nrAoont tho Y. W. C. A. Is work
ing on a Betty Wales play under the
able direction of Miss Kathorlne Wat-
ann Wool! nt h Denartment oi ura-
tory which they intend to stage In
a few weeks Some of tho schools
most talented students have been
ohnaan n take imnortant roles In this
play so It will undoubtedly e a great
Those Interested in any way In Y.
W. C A. work should Join this wide
nurnkn himv nrffa.nlis.tlon and get more
good out of college life. Prospective
members are given a moBt cordial in-
vitation and will be assured of a most
Daniel Baker nnner-classmen won
the annual "beauty contest.' opornted
in connection with the publication of
"The Trail" when Miss Eliza-
beth Jones of the Senior class took
first honors. This contest -wait con
cluded this week the winner having
n narrow mdrain over MIrb Helen
Redmond of the Junior Class. The
contest was a "nip" and "tuck" nffalr
every slnco Its beginning. Much
campaigning was done by the admir-
ers of tho beautiful women causing
those that are old enough to vote to
think It was election time.
Freshmen candidates were Miss Lo
la Odon and Miss Mablo Stone. Votes
wero purchased and tho proceeds of
the contest went Into tho treasury of
"Tho Trail" to help defray tne ex'
penso of publishing the college nn
PI ALPHAS AND 01 S.
GO ON WEINIE ROAST
The Daniel Baker Men's' Olee Club
has been reorganised and Is making
favorable progress .In their work.
There is much good msterlal In this
organisation and unaer tne compoieni
tutelage of Mr. Meyer they are pro-
gressing vey rapidly.
By file time this paper has gone to
press the Daniel Baker Glee Club
will have made Its first 'appearance
ettt AMaa-uttS sw 55fss
been more than doubled. The depart'
ment now employes five teachers who
are experts musicians and experienc-
ed In educational work.
An important development during
these years has been the establish
ment of extension work lnear-by
cities. Maslo olassee bavo been mala-
tainad la Coleman. Comanche and In
smalls paces la this connection It
may be said that numbers of teachers
la adjplalag counties nave become do-
finately laterested and associated wltk
tko kigh typo of mnslcer work wklek
Is Mm doao at Daniel Bakor
charge of the chapel exercises some
morning in the near xuture.
. w - mavnrnnil nt thla nrcanl
satlon knowing that it is a direct
benefit to the college and the college
activities We have long felt the
need of such a club and jwe are now
dlstiaatlv nleaaad with it.
iThe hoary for regular meeting and
practice is on Monday evening at 7:00
in Mr. Meyer's studio In the Coggjn
Memorial Hall. .Tha el b extends a
most OMditJ Motion to any male
assets? to" kin the most BMmlslng
ergosriaatlea in DoaHl Baker;
The Pi Alnha Literary Society was
the guest of the Delta Kappa Sigma
Society In a real old-"Hot Dog" roast
on Friday night February 8. In car-
rying out a long standing invitation
or threat as it was the D. K. S. and
PI Alpha received a two. fold roturn
In pleasure and "WonnieB."
As the old saying goes "a bad bo
ginning .moans a good ending" was
especially applicable in tho instance.
To begin with we all bocamo more or
les3 anxious about our 'uardy brothers
nr.d slstors. To keep tho "Hot Dogs"
from taking fright at the crowd and
running away their keepers put the
wainlea on the side of a car that was
atonned at the Dormitory and not
until the car had left and was well
out of sight did we discover our loss
nrnnns of Greeks. rrlof stricken be-
miim of tne loss oi tne eaiaoicB
started out to search' for the missing
animals occasionally blowing a shrill
note on their dog horns. Finally
though it seemed to eternity toour
poor undernourished bodies the miss-
ing wore found and chained together
to keep 'them from chasing a stray
iHin hannv e-roun made all haste to
the banks of the .Bayou and prepared
the funeral pyre for the condemned
animals; they were an soon consum
The next hour or so was spent
arnund the fire slnslna songs and
scaring the hoot owls and wildcats
with unearthly screeches and yells. A
nnnteat for Individual soloist was held
After the contest it was announced
that it was the unanimous consent of
the Judges that the other girl who
Intended to enter the contest but was
absent won the prize with flying
A' number of foreign guests (Not
Greeks) were invited to the outing
and they all expressed themselves as
bavin oodles of fun and according
to Little Willie Knox. Jr. who didn't
hear the singing pronounced It a
moat aareeable evening.
We all had a most enjoyable time
DANIEL RAKER COLLEGE
FINE ARTS RECITAL
The fine arts department of Daniel
Baker College presented twenty six
of Its students In a recital Friday
evening January 25. This Is the
third students' recital presented this
vear. The program was varied and
very interesting throughout. The re-
cital was well attended by a very ap-
preciative and receptive audience.
The program rendered was as follows.
Piano Elizabeth Wnltz Spear
Elizabeth Johnson o
Piano Adoration uolsetn
Marv Hess Hooner
Violin My Valetlno Greenwood
Roger Noll Eaton
Reading (aThe Dancing Les3on
(b) Junior IB Tins yout
. . Virginia Skinner '
Piano- the Rose Garden Ban
."'" Jean Meyer
Piano Son of. the Jlnbl-
' ' 'Jla Mao McLean
'- SI'LOnal Dwyer
Plaatu.MHIaainr' Dance (ft
nmeMki vjv laL
a )VfftiT 7.4
MIsBPjsTolninn and Smith '
Piano At Evening Schwab
- Lois Coston
Voice The Wren Benldlct
Llllybud Mitchell Denman
Piano The Nightingale Liast
Piano The Boat Song ..Scharwenka
Piano The Cuckoo Daauln
Reading A Family Matter
Mrs. Leola Christine Barnes
Piano Norwegian Bridal Procession
The Angelus Gounod
Piano Overture to ""EgmontY
Misses Fields and Oarrett
Voice Wlth'Verdure Clad
From "Tho Creatlon"-HaydaB
Reading The Tramp -..--Hessllp Lea
Piano Nocturnes MacFayden
northv Kendaoll !
Piano iTheme Variations-- Rondo
.. . jaosan.
h W ilivd.v.
Piano Vatse Caprice
DEMOLAYS OF DANIEL
BAKER ACTIVE IN WOK
OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE
. HEADS NEW COMPANY
Annnunamant of the Incorporation
of the Investment Securities Co. of
Texas with headauarters In Dallas
was made In the Brownwood Bulletin
several days ago. Daniel Baker stu-
dents and ex-etudents will be Interest-
ed In learning that the president of
the new company Is T. P. Junkln tor.
mer president of. Daniel Baker Col-
Ium ' iBatrumaatat la the ornnU
TtiMi Af h a "nrnnratin. o. L.I We all had a most enjoyable time Club.
MeCartaswal-Brownwood. andamem-leven to our Cnaperofi Miss Helen This lub
bet1 oT the T)aniel Bakor .Board of Post who ate enongh "Hot Dogs" and Ideals to?;
Trustees is i
board of tho
TAKE PART IN ALL ACTITU1.
At tho beginning of the year a Do
Molay Club was organised In Daniel
Baker College with the purpose o
more closely unting their interests
and the interest of the school. Slaoe
the club was organised its member
ship has increased and Its acthrMtea'
extended to all departments of the
school. . ..
In every branch of tho school work
active DeMolays can be found." Tho
presidents of the Freshme'aad stop-he-more
classes are members of this
olub. The Collegian Is strongly Of
presented with De Molays tkere.nes
lngs foud of the staff members at
the club. In blth the Delta Kappa
Sigma and McClelland Literary J
cities are many active do Moiays.; us
all branches of athletgf at Dahlet
Baker we find many Do Molay olab
The Daniel Bdker Ddeeoy.
win nave a vast n me
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