The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 10, Ed. 1, Monday, March 31, 1924 Page: 1 of 4
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BEAT SIMMONS HILL BILLIES
GILLIM PRENTICE TO
REPRESENT D. WB AT AUSTIN
Dutl Debate to Be April 25;
On Friday night March 21 at the
Coggin Memorial. Hall n flnal debate
was held to determine which of two
teamH Hhould go to Austin to debate
against St. Edward's College on April
The question was "Resolved that
tlto United States Should enter the
League of Nations." Taking the af-
firmative side wore McKnlght McMur-
roy and Jesse Wheeler; upholding the
negative side were Ed. B. Oilliam Jr.
and Noble W. Prentice. The Judges:
Judge nice Judge Peyton and J. Fred
McQaughery rendered a decision In
favor of the negative and also voted
Mr. Gilliam the bent speaker. There-
fore Mr.Gllliam and Mr. Prentice will
represent Daniel Baker at St. Ed-
wards on April 26. Professor C. W.
McClelland of Daniel Baker College
acted as chairman.
Y. W. C. A. HAS
MISS MABI.E STONE .ELECTED .TO
REPRESENT Y. W. C.A. AT
Thursday afternoon March 20 at
4 o'clock the membership of the Y.
'W. C. A. enjoyed a most excellent
-program-drvMrt br.Hu'ebatwte m f
the Program Committee Three inspi-
rational talks "What Christian Citi-
zenship Means to -me" by Miss Ruth
Montgomery "Christian Citizenship on
the Campus" by Miss Elizabeth Jones
and "What Christian Citizenship Does
For the Community" by Miss Chloe
Steel were features. Tho meeting was
led In prayer by Miss Ethel Taylor.
The last number on the program was
the beautiful Y. W. hymn "Follow the
Gleam." Programs equally as good
are had each week.
Tho second part of the meeting was
given over to business. A letter was
read from the National Student Sec
retary stating that she expected to
be in Brownwnod early in April. Plans
were disc-UHsed for raising funds for
making puymentu on the pledge. It
was determined to Heml Miss Mublr
Stone as the Undergraduate Repre
sentative lo the District Cabinet and
Officers Meeting to be held the last
week-end in March. Possibly others
will go but Miss Stone will he tho om
At the conclusion of tho business
meeting there Is always u social meet-
ing ut which time somo member ucts
as hostess and passes a dulnty re-
freshment course. This last meeting
Misses Stone and Kuth Gray passed
a' dainty plate with tea sandwiches
potato chips olives and chocolates.
This came as a pleasant cllmux to a
Darnel Baker to
Daniel Baker will send a repre-
sentative to the Intercollegiate Ora-
torical Contest to be held at Trinity
University at Waxahachle on the 19th
of April. Several students are dili-
gently at work on their orations and
the try-outs to determine the repre-
entatlve will be held within the next
wieek or ten days. Each oration is an
original one written on some cur-
rent topic. They are about eighteen
hundred word in length and are to
Noble Prentice William Rogan and
McKnlght McMurray hare entered the
contest and within the next few days
no doubt mere will have enrolled
their names to compete with the above
mentioned. Daniel Baker bas always
taken pari la .all intarcoljeglate ac-
tivities and we are glad to know that
Eaaiol Baker cat Browawood will be
represented at Trinity University
Rsoently the .annual debate elimi-
nations werr held at the Coggin Me-
morial Chapel fend a team was chosen
t'u debate St. Edwards at' Austin.
t Texas and om ta.dabata 8t Bd wards
'.'rsat Browawood.' Daniel Baiter la to be
.4arstuJUd oa tbs iatarast that to
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r-)Browawfi4Nli frltadi hava received
piaoneesnents of tip approachlag
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MIL BIKER TO
PRESENT MOCK FACULTY
In accord with the annual custom
of the college on Tuesday April 1 a
mock faculty program will be Riven
by the students of Daniel linker Col
The participants in thH nffalr haye
had several rchcarsalH and promise
to give the student body and faculty
members an excellent entertainment.
This "tnko off" Is to bo given nt
the ehanel excrclsesi in the Coggin
Memorial Building at nine thirty a. m.
Every student is urged and expected
to be there and urlns u friend with
him. The admission pnee will he ten
cents. All friends or the college are
Invited to he present. The proceeds
will go to The Trail and The Students
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Linc-up Top row. left to right: Rr . Blair coach; Harold Scott Rcid Locker 'Jack Taylor Ardent
Taylor. Bottom row: Bill Buzbec Nat Huggins captain; Mack Miller Marvin Chambers.
! This is the champion team of twelfth and thirtocnth districts having played eighteen games' and won
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PROSPECTS FOR BASEBALL
EI). BLAllt FOHMKR BAMKL BAK-
KK PITCH KH IH COACH OF
The prospects for the baseball team
this season are very good indeed with
many of the old toam back and sev-
eral new men who have already shown
their worth. .Cantwell will probably
be the first strlug pitcher and as
thore Is ho other pitcher as yet he
Ib more than likely the only one'.
Bllnn and Baker are back on the
team. Woods and White are gone
a groat number of men were out for
practice on the opening day and the
coach la looking forward to a suc-
cessful season. The lions have lot
but two games in as many years' and
this season thsy do not expect to lose
any. The two games were lost to
The team hwi new suits this' season
and the equipment is also new. This
will make the Brown wood nine one of
the best equipped teams in the part
Nearly all the trips this year will
be two days duration this being the
first year that it has been this way
With the B. H. 8 team. Abilene An-
gelo Cisco Lampasas and ninny oth-
er towns of good slsa will be played
and stiff games are expected from
each All those' are big schools and
are goou oaseoau teams nsuauy ths
Lions Jiave access to tho college parka
in BrownWood for their nractlce and
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DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE
FOUR PAGES BROWN WOOD TEXAS MARCH 31. 1924
DANIEL BAKER AND SIMMONS MEET
IN GAMES TODAY AND TOMORROW
Since the return or the Hill Billy
baseball (earn from John Tarleton
Coach Gllflllnn has been putting them
through strenuous dally practice and
the D. 1). C. squad is now in tip top
condition and is ready to meet the
Simmons Cowboys un .Monday and
Tuesday at Daniel Halter Park.
Tho game on Monday will open the
baseball- season In lirownwnori for
1924 and In view of this fart an add
ed attraction will be given. Mayor Ab-
of tho Chamber. of Commerce will be
tho battery tor uumni Haker for the
first ball thrown arrows tnc plate.
From nil reports Simmons has a good
club. The games promise to bo un-
usually Interesting and n large crowd
Daniel Dakcr Is fortunate In the
excellent material that they have for
this basoball seuson and with Coach
GllllUan to direct them u successful
season is evident. The probable line
up will be: Green pitcher; U. Lane
catcher;. Denny llrst base; E. String -
DDAiifunmAn utnu csusm nicvirT nm mviu
SUCCESSFUL BASKET BILL SEASON
Win Championship of District Twelve and Thirteen; Low
. to El Paso in State Inter scholastic League
Brownwond High School has just
closed one of the best basket ball
season sho has ever had In her en-
tire history. Out of fifteen games
played the locals hare emerged vic-
tors in twelve of tho contests. Two
games were lost to a single rival
Btepbenvllle and the other game to
El Paso In the play-off of the inter-
scholstio league 'at Austin. One of
BrownWood 's star forwards was sick
with pn'sumonla when the team went
to Austin. This hurt tho team some-
what few 'with his services they would
hare more than likely gotten Into the
semi-finals. Brownwood has a good
record and it was only through bad
luck that they did not make a better
showing at the state meet.
The results for the entire ssason
' Brownwood 38; Blanket 18
Brownwood SO; Clio 18;
Brownwood SI; DUblln 14. '-
'Browawood 11; atepMenrllla 16.
Brownwood. 11; Stephenville 80
Brownwood 18; Comanche 11.
Browawood 88; Comanche .1.
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1 rows wood 18; Clio II.
Brawawoad tO;-R6chelle It;
cr cnptaln scoond base; Woods third
base; Alford short stop; Mitchell
right field; Lcmuny center flold;
Hayes left Held.
Yin. TO MIKE
Thursday afternoon In Daniel linker
rri days every college glr looks for-
wnni to at least every one should
. CnrHlun Association.
very air or (ho meeting Is cordial
wholesome the girls the "creams of
the college" as a member of the Ad-
visory Hoard expressed it. This year
has neen a largo Increase In the mem-
bership or this organization still
there remains much to bo done. The
active members arc planning a vigor-
ous membership cutupalgn by which
they expect to bring every glrj on
the campus Into the band or girls
which Is made up not of "gangs"
winches" or cliques" but to which
everybody is welcomed
Brownwood '35; Rochelle IS.
Brownwood 20; May 9.
Brownwood 1; Sonora 0 (Bi-Dlstrlct
Brownwood 9; El Paso 22. (State
DANIEL BWEfl AUXILIARY
: MEETS REGULAR SESSION
The Daniel Baker Auxiliary met on
.Thursday morning March 18f with
Mrs. W. M Whitfield secretary pre-
siding in the absence of the president
Miss Carrie Rearee who was-IU.
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i. The meeting aa' otiMd' with a
prayer by Mrs ;LC.i Majors. Vsrlous
matters of bsiass'wsre' dtaeassed
and plans win !mMt;ptt-4o6rs in
theeatraae to the attdliwrl.nm Inthe
nna AnaMHuu(.TaMMBS aommK
RIG ENDS VERY
i DANIEL BAKER 'AN 0 JOHN TAHLETQN
SPOT IN FIRST
Daniel Baker Wins First Gsmt S to 1; Terleton Annexte
Second Game 8 to 3; Large Crowd of Daniel Ba-
ker Supporters See Qame.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Pupils of the School of Music of
Daniel Baker College were presented
In recital in Coggin Memorlnl Auditor-
ium Tuesday evening March 11. A
large number of frlentls'nntl patrons
were In the audience and evidenced
their appreciation of-tho several num-
bers on the program. Of special In-
terest were Vocal numbers by Miss
Mary Ellen Stewart and Miss Edna
IJoone and piano duets by Misses.
Lois Taylor and .Nile Mytrle Ussery
and Misses Johnson and Kendall.
Tho Gondoliers Martin
Willie Julia Preston
Gaily Tripping Copp
Little Fairies Streabbog
Misses Preston and Dlalach
Tho Little Horseman Labathll
Old Folks at Homo (Violin)
Old English Dance Carl John
Hoyerlng Butterflies Gaynor
Mary Bess Hooper
Indian Tale (Violin). i. Wright
The Broken Melody v. Blene
Duet Thorn Rose Von Walden
Misses Smith and Holmnn
Song.Tho Sunset Trail McDermld
Mary Ellen Stewart v
Valse In D flat Chopin
Nellie Bello Smith
German Duucos Becthovon
Maudie Joo Fields
Tho Two Larks Leschetlzky
Valse Arebesquo (Two Pianos) .Lack
Lois Taylor and Nlta Ussury
Song Vale Russell
Sing Smile Slumber Oounod
March of the Dwarfs Grieg
From Spanish Days Friml
. Martha May Johnson
The Nightingale Nevln
Berna Louise BrlgbtweU
The Witches' Dance MacDowoll
LTbe Jester (Two Pianos) Beechner
Misses Johnson and Kendall
Plrst: What figure of speech l "We
love our teacher" T
GRID RULE CHANGES '
TO SPEED OP 'GAME
At tho recent meeting of the Inter-
collea-lnto football rules board in New
York City several ruleB were mode
that will enable the playera to get
moro speed. Four radical chunks m
the code all intended to speed up the
gamo and Increase Its versatility are
of special interest.
-The abolition of all mud or arti-
ficial kicking toes tho advancement
of the klckoff from tho 40-year line
to the center of the field 'an. Increase
of two to flvo yards of the penalty
for excess time out and decision to
try for point after touchdown from
the three yard lino Instead of from
tho flvo yardj line aro the most Im-
portant measures that were approved.
A large number of others weie made
to clarify rules often' misinterpreted.
' Despite a recommendation by the
Coaches' Association that the rule
against the flying tackle be abolished
on the ground that It is seldom en-
forced the committee after a lengthy
dtseusjon decided to leave the rule
as it is.
The elimination of kicking teo will
not forbid "heeling" the ground 'to
make a grore on the klckoff or
place kick will be permitted under
the new rule.
The rale permitting three "time
outs" durlna- the half with two yard
penalty for each a team wilt be al-
lowed four "times puts" with a five
yard .penalty for each perlad over
Another rule change which allow
a team to' put (he ball on the three
Instead of the five-yard line on the
try tor ppiai aner louonuown wiu
taad to make .this slay more rersa-
tilt. J Under the present code the cap
tain oMbe attacking team may elect
to ptit the t ball taRlr on any line
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Daniel Baker won tho first game in
the baseball schedule on Monday
March 24 when the Mill Billies played
John Tarleton In Sleplienvlllo 'the
score being li to 1 in favlr of the Hill
Billies. The game Is reported by the
on-lookers to have been a very close
game. Tarleton did not get n hit
until the seventh Inning and only got
three durltiK tho entire Ranio. Daniel
Baker got eight hits on tho Tarleton
pitcher. The batteries for Daniel
Baker were Louis Green pitcher and
Burns Lnne catcher.
The Hill Billies lost to the John
Tarleton nine on Tuesday. March 2f
by a score 8 to 3. J. D. Vernon pitch-
ed the llrst seventh innings for Daniel
Baker and Bellamy tho lust two. Fltz-
hugh pitched for John Turlcton. Tho
pitchers used by the Hill Billies (n
first year men show lug up rather well
this early in the year. The gamo was
free or sensation except for two houie
runs by Tarleton who get ten hits
while Daniel Baker got nlno hits.
The line-up for Daniel Baker on
Monday was: Louis Green pitcher;
Burns' Lane catcher; Billy .Denny
first baso; Captain Bloe Stringer Sec-
ond base; Jean Alforil short stop;
Wlnlleld Woods third base; Raymond
LeMay center Hold; Luther Hayes
left field; Glynn Mitchell right field;
Leon Lane and Jimmy FiacK uiiiuy.
The line up for tho second day was
fame as tlio iirst-nay excopi ver
Bellamy uH.BitcUers.v .
DE IMS OBSERVE
DEVOTIONAL DAY IT
AUSTIN AVE. CHURCH
Tho Brownwood DeMolays enjoyed
a sermon preached by Rev. Rives pas-
tor of the AiiBtln Avenue Presbyterian
on Sunday March m. Aiinougn mo.
weather was disagreeable fifty mem-
bers gathered at the Daniel Baker
Fine Arts Building and marched two
abreast to the church.
Special music and singing was a
feature of the program and thel ad-
dress of Rov. RIveB that followed was
well received by. his audience of De-
Molay members and friends.
0 Rev. Rives spoke to the congrega-
tion on tho subject of "Build." His
text was from Nehcmluh 2:18: "Then
1 told them of tho hand of mysOod
which wns good upon me; as also the
King's words that he has spoken unto
me. And Ihey said Lot us rise up and
build. So thoy strengthened their
hands for this good work." He em-
hastzed the need of having n strong
foundation before building up a life.
Daniel Baker and
Simmons Will Open
Season Here Monday
Who flrat mlleun boSObaR RamCS Of
the season will be plaved here Monday
and Tuesday wlten uaniei uaner
Simmons colleges meet at Daniel Ba-
The Hill Billies have pUyed two
gameB thus far breaking even In
two day Borles at John Tarleton col-
lego at Stephenvllle. The club- Js
working Into good form for the first .
week of the season and Coach Ollfll-
lan expects his pupils to perform sat-
isfactorily in the Simmons series. The
Cowboys always have good baseball
material and are reported to be un-
usually Btrong this year.
The opening of the college baseball
season wlil.be properly celebrated
with Mayor Abney pitching the first
ball after appropriate ceremonies.
Green will pitch the first game for
Daniel Baker. ' .
Dt4ifhtfMl Informal Evening .
Mlia Adeltada MoKea entertained a
Ljaw friends students of Daniel Baker
College on Friday eyentng March 81.
at the home of Mr. and Mrs F. L.
Young on' Avenue D
In rooms attrcatiraly floraled.the.
evening hours ware merrily spent in
forty-two t l
Candles and punch furnished 'dflt
llghtful refreshments. The guasU
eluded Mlssss Mary. Kelso Mery;JgV
len Stewart; Majffjis. Albert iMfaliuL
Martin oiary . ;a w jean.'
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