The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 9, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 11, 1925 Page: 2 of 4
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
WW . f1
fJh$ - . '
PiiaHft.W' .: -u
& s?. ii
Entered us second-class matter February 111 1M1 nl the poslofJee at
anHnMl..tHia tuwtih AM nf Murrli 'I. 1N0T. At-eplltancc for mull
ln at speebiJ rate of postage provided for In Section 1105 Act of October
3 117 Miiinorktetl March 2 1WJ1.
f mwpnptr puhthhtd urml-monthtg bjf the itudrnt badg of Dantcl Bakt
College linxemvood. Ttxnt a co-nlncnl'wn tnitllntlon.
MUMttKll OF THE
TFAAH INTER-l Ol.I.F.OIATK lItESS ASSOCIATION
PHOGflAM FQDJIY OF
.. AH correspondence' for The Collegian should he addressed to the editor.
.. AM.MUdents contributing new will pirate turn hi material nt The Collegian
'iiiu lu ilia C'cialn Memorial flail.
" All matter pertaining lo advertising or business should he directed to
the Business Manager.
Per Year (School Year)
( IIAI'KL HOIK IVKN OVKR TO
PHOUHAM OF HOHMII1'.
"JfE SELLS THE BEST"
JAMOCO'S COLUMN OF POPS
Fnrnilti Jdvhorp Committer Miss Helen Post Mr. C. Vf. McClelland
Noble W. Prentice
'duMant Bvulnrtt unit Circulation Manager
fn. I). Stalcup
..I. Ilcrvey Mayes .ir.
Contributors this Ihsuc: "Pluto' TMay ' Sclilnt.e" Patterson Jim
Johnson Clydn Smith ' TrnvlsCanun R. 1). Whllo.
Local Oratorical Interest
. Have we uny? Who will be our
representative to contest the other
'' tjpltt hiembers of the Texas 8tntevOrU
torlcal Association when they meet
with us in April? Are we going to
allow this Item of .such Importance to
pass without even ii struggle? Who
are the industrious ambitious stu-
dent of Daniel linker? Those who
never assist with anything who arc
always willing to be a "Helpful
. Henry" but never help. It should be
llie case that many students would In:
ambitious enough to mint to cuter
tills .contest for the personal benefit
ha would derive from it. Hut Instead
It Is a task. Any thing that Is not
required Is n task. Is Hint it? Are
we. going to entertain the other col-
leges and universities and allow them
to know that wc didn't hare enough
interest or ambitious students to have
representative In the cantest. What
vare we going to do?
condition that It is worse than a
shame to allow It to lay us it now
The Collegian Is advocating Its
establishment It would lie n miIii-
uble Investment to the college if they
would loosen up u bit uml care for It.
At any rate the students and socie-
ties should tuke some steps toward its
establishment and appraisal. Immedi-
ate action Is needed. ' Don't let it set
until muss grows over it as over
many other enterprises of our knowledge.
Our Greatest Need
For the first time In our memory
hit the students uml such-tics of Dan-
' Iri Paler let an urgent call go un-
loaded. . In the hut two editions of The
'.CvlfefVn'mi earnest 'appeal has heen
mad to the students and societies
to take pome action ami start a
Tfjophg Uvtm and' also to help in
some way to'get the McW'httny CuU
ttelhm properly caned for.
Again wc make the coll. Why don't
' some of Hie societies sponser plan
for n establishing a Trophy Himm?l
Are wr going to continue to let all
Ike-events of the college pass ami die
' from our memory when we conld make
.Hwin events of memory to uv.iwl sonu?
thing for us. and the student win
will follow us to be proud of? Don t
we hare any appreciation for our
successes? Haven't we .iny respect
for our deeds? How are the students
of the years to come to know whnt
has' happened if we arc not to leave
'litem some mutrrlal reminder-..'
Lrt's. awaken from our spring dro'.v-
tlitrs and get busy! Ia-i'h ii it allow
"even ourselves to know that we didn't
have cno.ugb.npprrclutjon of our col-
lege day to. leave no reminder.
The Collegian is ndvoeutiug the con-
structive criticism of Daniel Maker
students ex-students alumni faculty
or any one who wishes to contribute.
Daniel linker Is slowly but surely
surging to the front again but many
things arc backwurd or wuywnrd to
say the least.
Here is what wc want. Wc want
your opinion as to the greatest need
of Daniel linker so that wc may do
our best in helping the institution hi
its growth. If the need is single im me-
lt. If they are many emimerntc
Also what Is your theory ns to its
relief? Let's progress and build the
OreiUtr Daniel DtiktrMt our dream j.
Co-operation Still Needed
The editor Is still trying to secure
more co-operation on t lie part of the'
student body hi editing their college
The plan undertaken iiftcr Christ
mas Is having Its results hut still the
greatest need is the co-operation of
the various society rcMrters. As has
been stated only through the reports
handed lu by the reporters will the
college activities- receive any alien
lion. It would be an asset to your
society or club to receive In the col
minis of this paper your due space.
Let's all get busy and hum! lu all
the news of the societies.
All manuscrluts must he in the
hands of the. editor by the 15th and
1st of the month In order hi gej it lu
the neat Issue.
It Is a lamentable fact that so Ill-
tie appreciation Is shown for Hie ed-
itable collection which wc possess
known as tlie'.tfr HVrii Colltctiuii.
The collection Is theresult of the
life's work of the late Mr. McWhreny
who -was so earnest in his belief in
Daniel Daker. He worked years mid
years In collecting all the specimens
that constitute the collection spent
much money time ami labor lu organ-
ising it only to give It to an un-
grateful beneflclury who allows it to
tflould and ruin within Its walU and
deteriorate In material stability und
decrease In value.
This collection Is by far Hij most
unique and valuable of Its kind in
Teaas. It could be made the object
ti lone trip on the part of specta-
tor to view' It. It could command
celuaai of description in the state pa-'
fMfcrs. It contain 'object of antiquity
li'litoHc 'arthjles eoanccted with the
'early aet'tlcBeiit of' Texaa and the
' West' aad'ebntams rnuoy articles that
ire UaobUlaable and for which the
other cettrget and nalrerslttes
nsy prmetly svms to own yet
w''litr:sk''ta lay aaseea 'tMkMwn'
J Tlsia eoHectlon to worth tbouaawls
iri-aalr'lt' w'M''ta 'away
:-m.nnwut Hrt 'akaeMl
lli tJ'Vi''' rt
Mmm Mt t(J j I'M
Term Examination Begin
Ordinarily the term examinations
begin In the morning of the date sut
for 'them 1mt this year there Is a
Whether by accident or design It is
not known but we arc suspicious that
the faculty set the date for the be
ginning of the examination for the
latli which comes ou Frlduy and on
discovering this fact through super
stition decided to set If forwurd half
At any rate exams begin on Tliurs
day and lust until the following
Thursday. Wc suggest to the. stu
dents that they either curry four-leaf
clovers (if they can find them tills
early) horse shoes or u rabbit foot to
their examinations on Friday the 13
The left bind foot Is best.
In addition to this let's all under
take these examinations in full hones
ty; both to Itlmselft. his fellow class
mutes and his school.
t . -
PaulJCIlegstedt acuity member of
Oauhil "Mkf ..".'.' ".ub'
aT.Brownwpp Hnwnooi (on ine
eighteenth of February. 'Mr. Kllng-
itidt' appeared at the High school to
Mnowice vtha Xmstrel Rerue which
was held a short tjme later.
Miftiii. 'i" Vir ta -lCkneuSter'n
k'aay IHobeu. ..' '
Hymn Student Hody.
Scripture Eph. OttO-lH Mrs. White
Lender Mrs. lingers secretary C
!'. M. It. In what way docs our
(iovernmcut show Its Interest in the
inornl education of chlldhoml?
ltesHnsc In the program sent out
by the llureaii of Education at Wash
ington for American Education Week
November 29 1921 was called "(Sod
and Country Day" with the slogmi
"A Godly Country Cannot Fall" mid
ministers of every denomination were
asked to prcuch on education lu the
home in the school In the church.
Leader Where docs education be
gin and where does the greatest re-
sponsibility for the training of child-
Itesponsc Education begins In the
home and the Influences of the. home
what father and mother are outweigh
all other influences lu shaping the
destiny of the child the nation and
Lender What is the school popu
lation of our country?
Itesponsc There are over 271)00-
000 children within the school age
with a dally average attendance of
Lender How many people lu our
country arc out of touch with any
church and how does America stand
on divorce and crime? '
Itesponsc The number In i?ur coun
try unreached by any church Is esti
mated at 30000000 wlille our record
for divorce mid for mbrder and other
crimes Is worse than that of any oth
er civilized country including Japan.
Th clargcr number of crimes of vio
lence are committed by young men
uml women under .10.
Prayer Mrs. June.
Leader There Is u great awaken
ing to the tremendous Influence of
the teacher. Have we as Christian
men ami women any direct respon-
sibility for Improving the quality of
the teachers for the next generation?
Hcsmiiisc We have for the teach
ers hiuI the leaders of Hie iie.s't gen-
eration are. irow growing up in our
own hoomes. Many have gone und
will go out from Danker Maker Col
lege. Wc. should pray for the estab-
lishment in .our land of Christ-like
Ideals of life and service; to give low
labor and devotion to promoting them
and to invest our money in those In-
stitutions of our church which repre-
sent theiii and In pastors nn.l .hurdl-
es nt Slate Institutions of higher edu-
cation. 1 Prayer Mrs. Cleveland.
Leader -What opportunities for
service have our own church und
schools and colleges ul home and In
ltcsMmse The. most wonderful op-
portunity unit with it the most tre-
mendous rcs)onslbllfty. Mure stu
dents both at home and overseas are
knocking at our doors than wc can
liossibly take care of. The church
college lu a very remarkable degree
develops deepens and broadens cr
sonallty. stimulates quutttlcs of lead
ership und trains for unselfish niu
brou'd visloiietl service The church
should provide the money and equip
incut to enable tlicm to give this high
er education to n greater number.
Prayer Mrs. Gray.
Lender Has our church any re
sMiuslbility fur students at the state
schools und universities?
Ilesponse Miss Hess Dolibs.
Leader Have we u right to believe
thut our prayers will he answered?
Itesponsc Wc have Christ's own
words thut ull things whatsoever we
shall ask In prayer believing w
shall receive. So wc pray believing
Hint from this day of prayer streams
of new life unci spiritual blessings
onue. more will flow to quicken und
to revive the church nud to hasten
the coming of. the Kingdom of Hea
ven. ' t
Hymn Student body.
Head in Closing "Proycr" Mrs. .
From the show Ihal was pul on the
other night by the Glee Clubs for the
beneni of The Trail we think lluif It
would he a wise thing for Messrs.
Nell O'llriru and Al G. Fields to get
a few pointers on the art of mill-
Since the inauguration of base hall
practice 'the nctlvllcs of the Jninoco
club have ceased us Hie members have
aJ decided to leave the duties of the
club hi the hands of a committee und
devote their entire energies townrds
producing-m. winning base hall team.
The committee being composed of the
McKlnlcy brothers Homer Hiirncs
Dale Wilson and Itcgluald Kldwcll.
These boys have demonstrated to the
officers of the club that they ure qual
ified to uphold the honor of the chap-
ter until tlar cud of Hie base ball lea-
sou when the nthlellcly Inclined mem
bers can tuke their places as active
practice makes perfect is correct.
We have a new niid welcome addi-
tion to our student body In the per-
son of .Itmmie McAdmns late of Dal-
las t'ulvcrslly .llinmle has already
won himself In-(he hearts of the rest
of the student hody with his moaning
saxophone. Wc have heard lots of
musicians lately including the editor
of this sheet and the champion "esu"
artist of the college namely Gene Al-
ford und after hearing them perform
It Is it revelation to hear a really good
artist perform McAdams Is also a
football basket ball ami track man
also and wc welemne. Ills "oinlng to
Our candy Is as 'good ns Hie best
and better' than the rest. Kuneus
tcr's Kandy Kitchen.
New Orleans has preserved Its early
halo of romance and-picturesque as-
sociations as no other city of the
United States has. This. Is partly iw
to Ita isolated position in tne eany
'..Send your nlrLa like box of candy
yqn can geUiie right klud at Kane-
aiter'a Kandy Kltcften.
We advise all parents to give serl
ous thought to ilw condition of their
chlidrW ey k- u" 'M1
tby 'are 'right. Have Dr. Stanky
exaatlM 4helr eyee before school
We have been Informed that our
fellow student Wlnficld Woods Is the
possessor of the. worst case of that
malady that has been disrupting the
peace of our school anil which Is
known to the campus as "Esu." Our
informant reports that the lad In ques
tion made a trip recently to Decatur
object of this trip being to have a
(Into with one of the fair maidens of
that hamlet. We think thut when u
boy will go us far as that to see one
of Hie opposite sex lie must be very
badly afflicted. Ik-sides this our In
formant tells us that he is 'the recip-
ient of a letter from Hi eubovc men-
tioned pluce. seven days u week. Ac
cording toVlr. "Doug" Woods this
would be alright if It wus not for the
fact that the young lady always fails
lo put on enough stumps and It costs
film two cents every time his young
son .received one of these epistles.
Spring Is here when young men's
thoughts turn lo low: and lots.of other
tilings sueli us you know wuut I
From Hie amount of practicing be
ing done by our much respected in-
structor of' English we predict the
debut of another grVat opera singer
III h few ycur.s if Hie old siiylng that
The Seven Stages of
2. The nil nge.
II. The stiff brush nud towel mas-
sage age. .
t. 'Hie. shave the scalp age (des-
perate.) 5 .The singe age.
0. The age of occasional miscella-
7. The age of rcsigimtinu.
H. (II. Iluriis Lane.)
trying lo catch n hit of neck wc were
being continually disturbed'.
I have at last solved the problem of
how old Cheops erected the mighty
pyramids tt hits worried the -world
for many years as to how the great
slones of which they are constructed
were gotten Into place as there Is not
ii single piece of machinery today by
which they could he uuivcd. The so
lution Is Cheops served his hired
hands with garlic as a tonic to keep
them going and when their breath got
strong enough they Jusl naturally
blew the stones' lu place. This makes
us use opr Imagination as to Just how
much larger he would have built them
if he had had a tittle .lamoco to give
his men. v
The Collegian editor has given up
smoking thereby causing the rest of
the staff to give up chewing und take
exactly sixty-seven Ho the 'same place.
This will complete this column for
this Issue and may lienor. -always un-
less Miss Kirk Is klmltosiamWoaml-
gives htm all she can on ijie' three
term exnmi he lias undetfiierV' ''r-l
Until after7 term cxanrtfrwill.
Perhaps the'farewell M;J&prtfa.
China is dead today because of tra-
dition. Are you Imparlhg. your efl-
clency through poor orstMlnMyVialoR
because of-the myth tlnil'glaii a)sjik
tou4ook old. Wukc up'amliret'Dr.
(roach Itolham Is about lo place a
ban on cigurctte smoking wlileh-wlll
enlarge the sales of one Win. Thisleys
product and which will necessitate
this publication procuring one or two
more cuspidors by fair or foul means
as with the addition of one of mure
masticators the present ot; will by
no means tuke euro of Hi; ovirflow.
The college student body has been
Inconvenienced lately by l!rj illness of
Mr. C. O. Ilragg who since lils en-
trance in the school has farl charge
of the bureau ofluformulinii. There
is nothing that lie can n.it enlighten
you on not only on :c!t'..i! matters
but ou any thing Hint h:s Imppeucd
since old Chris first Milled across the
. Wc see by an article hi the "Vagar
bund" that that 'publlcutloii has Insti-
tuted ircampaigii to make Hieir Uni-
versity Safe for Necking. Wc wiiuliil
sure like to sec a like movement start-
ed here us the last tlmu wc were out
Gene Alford has had lo dale
separate cases of the "Esu."
Joe Stalcup has mooched exactly
live hundred and ninety-one cigarettes
and fifty-one snipes.
' It. D. White has cut chapel seventy
Dr. Ned Snyder the olliclal saw
bones of the Daniel Maker athletic
teams has lanced approximately four
hundred and seventy-live boils on
Ncalc ".few"-' Taylor. Coach Molhaiu
llragg and Wymaii Mcluuls who are
all suspected of sleeping together.
"lloiiky"' has partaken o'f an aver-
age of nine pops a day lu the short
while he has been In tsur midst.
Noble has missed not a single night
at the c'ormltory this term.
Wlnfcld Woods has received exactly
sixty-six letters from Decatur since
the first of the year and has written
. iJ 1 . tJ-T. . I
Stanley cdrrcct your defect of vision.
Ilrownwood Optical CoJj '"'
New Orleans was first settled In the?
17th century 'by tlicFrench' explorer
Uieuvllle. When the dtywas founded
walls were erected on three iildea with
the river forming the fourth. These.
walls arc responsible for the wide
beautiful Canal Esplanade and Rarh
part streets. Canal street which) I
the main business thoroughfare to 'one
of the broadest streets In any.Amfr.
lean city. The section which was en-
closed by the .walls lsHinonas the
French quarter or quartler statin.. ;
'. The early popu-
lation of the city was made up of
rugged Canadian trappers' on one
hand and two shipload of i French
girls on the other. Thfrst ship
brought wr.mcn from the prisons 'of
Paris white the second contained' a
number of what are known as'.Vcasket
girls" from the little bumiles.or cart-
els of belongings they'broaght wrth
them to the new land. They'were' for
the most part honest peasant who
wished o Immigrate. Proud Indeed
wus the early Creole who could claim
descent from the "casket girls" 'in-
stead of the other branch. '-'
Buy your Radio where you
get best results and prices.
GiUiams RadioJCyde A
BROWNWOOD BOOT SHOP
"The Store Beautiful" .
312 Center Ave.
Beautiful Footwear & Hosiery
i i' . .. '
ft '- ..-1 - 71 T- r
1 ' : - - . . t . - i i . ; ; .;. .r.. .''
''-JKumHm' TSSMiwMf 'JMggggggggggM1 '"' Vf .
't.N' HtRtVlr I 'nlllHKfliBnnlllB " JsnnnnnnnnwMBinBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnV- I
MONEy J RHnyMfjHitA . I :
isA l ii- 'LnnV BssscHsVLinBiiiiiiiiiii ' '
k r m n - i i
I ' ' '
Am enabled to bovo
money for loylnveBtmeut.
by buylug from Col-
legian udvortlscrs uays
. Wush-lngton Tubbs'II.
Stage directions for this scene from William Vaughn Moody's play; "The Great
Divide" call for a woman'a muffled cream a pistol shot arid the crash of break
lag furniture. The 'microphone on the right send them all to your home
. it v!
An Exciting Evening
Here are four of the WQY t
Players (the world's firsjt
radio dramatic company
at a thrilling climax thSt
almost turns sound' into
t . -
WOY at tkhenaetady. KOAj
at Denver and KOO at
Oaklapd are the broadcasting
station of the Oeneral Electric
Company. Bnh at times is
conctrt hall lecture room.
news bureau or place of
vj. . r
If you are Interaated to kani
snave .about wnat a leetrl city it
datef.Hta far lUpku No.
AltlSi osMtaiaiM oeaaptete
set ! tbesa ikivertsMmsats. '
Tit.n.e inrme( evetinf
You will be surprised to'
-I Jnd how readily; youf
imagination vilj supply
stage ahfi setting.
nrwf vt'' J' ' 'MiM
. . -I
W$f i .. 'intw int-n ) rtni. "-Am l'YVivJKl-aafc -lti;i'.lSiBkV
ilr.' '. V
. !j. v.-'ViV: r 'i
!'" mi . ''J -r ' f? . -. i
1 ' r- . .:
7 1 .Igga
iktafta.'1 JwTwnwwpi C '.'
v- n i
iiiii'ij.i n ). j
ii i i.V'
Y im '-' a? a-
f .- . MMM . -g. Vtm M1 !..-. .-..-4i. 'I
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 9, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 11, 1925, newspaper, March 11, 1925; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100018/m1/2/: accessed February 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.