The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 9, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 11, 1925 Page: 3 of 4
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Look Luck Lion Lose
". ' . T iContlpaya from Pago 1.)
Ml)lcrrCMinbcr Ardcn TvJr
'Jack Taylor Itawkhut flutiipdrlrK
jtlrton ami Faiinhi represented
RBofrnwood at the state meet. In tlic
Till conflict -Chamber wan first on
efehsWoWlth 14 point. Miller next
viWt';i2. while the Taylor brother
also .eaMrlbutcd their share Arilcn
scoring two goals ami Jack one.
-1 The foHuwJng teams went In'Aus.
'tni Tulla Estclllne ShVrnimi Sul-
phur Spring Stephenvllle Nucog-
deckel' Brownwood. Eustace Wain
-' kl Paso Brackcnrklge High of San
4Antonl(iAutlu.Ncw Wavrriy Beau-
. .iMntTuleta and Taft.
I J4pK Nh'XT CAPTAIN.
''.lick' Taylor' was electee! to pilot
.. -the. leani- through' next season 'and
:. f from .what Wc-know of him we arc
?.;fc; tWlMent that lie can fulfil ills nils-
i . ln wJtb great succeis. JSd I'nnnln
'ihss heeir etecteJ tMlncs.snisn:iBir at
t ''rownwoouV High Is coming nut' of
'.. the 'links In one sport at least. Up
'"''fttntllimt yearsc hod hud 'very poor
'! " ljM$t$ with 'ail of licr4'basket 'ball
ttatpvhul under the guidance of Ed
. Ulair an old Daniel flakier player
the Lions began to develop a new type
of roar and this year under Wood-
"Wird" they dM the same. Next year
wHh the able squad which Dutch will
-4ive' Drownwood should win first
-plice nt' the cnpltol city.
'. . HWEATEU8 OS WAY.
The letter sweaters for basket ball
s are 'on the way and will 'probably ar
rive the last. of. the week. They are
cojt sweaters very similar to those
; awarded the football men last sea
son In color a dark maroon with
sertice stripes and a lions head on
the left arm plus a large letter B
1ffVfroKt: -v - " -;
;.jf rBroAsrnwod IJIgh players'
Captain 'Mae Miller and Chambers
tWrytd' positions on tlic aJl-stajc at
forward and guard respectively. Had
..11 www wood "climbed the hill aiid ad
..-tajMed;to the-ftnsU nodonUl tlicse
taen woald have made the nlls(atc
first trasa. '
wins w e t
SEVERAL LECTURES DELIVER
ED ON PROGRAM
The Cpggln Literary Society 'met
; Wednesday afternoon February 18th
fat-3 o'clock In the society clubfooms.
A large number of the members were
present and an excellent program was
The -subject for the societies' dis-
cussion was "North America."
A very. Interesting and humorous
talk waa'iraadc by Mrs.7 Trapp onV
orhiient and Customs of
She made the subject; even
rJNdte' resting' and humorous by re-
laluitBer. own experiences and ro
mance while a'boy In roaming tlic
' "Mexico" was discussed by -Miss
Francis. Canon lu.ii very interesting
and Intelligent maimer and her part-
ing remark was a sort of personal
ladvke which was "When going to
iJiwrea keep out of jaii." " We'sliall
iRcoavenknces wiilch might be occa
-.ikmed by-not adhering to her advice j.
JSvery member Is urged to be pres
ent at every meeting of xm society
ai a very interesting program Is al-
Lwaya rendered which assures benefit
f to all present
to Be Resumed
Coach lligginbotham announced
ljrertaflay tiat' heoul4 have a track
team' to send to some of tin Inter-
-iCoUeglate meets this year.- " r J
v '. This U hi keeping with his original
(piwi.oB coming to' Daniel Uaker to
&-aitaMIb the four milu sports and
fopMrt the others to Ws.iitmost.
Mtkitr 1h ibilHjrliafclriMljiiSl K.K?
gfcrct 0t 4hathicthssltiMitU' herehtW
t yajt wt a surprisingly atrong (oot
kjuUrU) ha had. He restabllshad
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CIWHNG TO N
The work on The Trail the Daniel
Uaker college year book. Is progress-
ing nicely and pointing toward a suc-
Tfic last of the work will be In the
hands of the printers by the first' of
April ii ml the Iwoks will be ready for
delivery by the 10th of May.
I he nuiils which were raised by
the Minstrel Ucvue and the Senior
class play "Miss Somebody Else."
was a great nlil to the flmuiclul cml
of The Trull mid Is highly appreci-
ated by the staff and especially Mr.
Taber the buslncis manager.
The work on The Trail will set an
example for the succeeding classes' to
strive for. For the first time in our
memory will the hook'bc on hand be-
fore the fast few duys of school. For
the first time in our memory The
Trail seems to he able to finance It-
self without going deeply In debt.
Mr. Tuber says that with funds on
hand and a good sale of the book he
believed they would come out on the
Just n word of advice to tlic stu
dents i If you didn't place your order
for an annual you'd better mnkc ar-
rangements for one soon as only a
limited number .were printed without
orders for them.
Please co-operate with the staff in
this matter and give it all your assist-
ance and make your purchase of. your
annual as early as iossiblc to assure
you receiving one.
ELDER DEU ER SPEECH
O-NK OF THE MOST INTEREST-
IKH UP TO DATE.
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Rev. A. D. Porter presiding elder
of1 the" local Metliodlst district made
a 'very Interesting speech In chapel on
the morning of March 10. iltev. Por-
ter is .well known to the student body)
being the futhcr of .o.iic-o.f our stu-
deijts. Woodward' Porter. His speech
nan unv ui uiu mvii iiurrBtlll Uliu
nstructlvc deliveretl in chapel this
He gained tlic uttcnMon of all the
students by a comic interpretation of
the way in which chiih'l speakers
used to address tlicin when he was
a student -ill college.
ItcV Porter took for the subject of
bis sccclitlie work Siiecttn. In car
rying out his njh-ccIi he took up each
words seimratcly that are included In
tlic spelling of Success and drew u
point front them mid clearly present-
ed each wltli'many Illustration. '
According to his speech the tlrst 8
In Success stands for Self Our suc-
cess depends on our own selves and
not on our dependence on others !
The U stands for Ultroneous. He
stated that It was not enough Just to
come up to the scratch so to speak
not enough Just to get by but suc
cess depended on our Industry ami
lability to do inore.VliHii'Just enough
to geU by. Our success depends on
our ability to move forward.
The first C stands for Cun. Tlic
man who goes ahead Is the one who
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soys "I can." failures say "l catrt.v 1
Ilk 'this jwlnt :lie gave a number or
very convincing Illustrations.
The' second C stands for Character
corteous coragcous character one tjiat
will stand under any pressure.
The E stands not for the over work
ed word Efficiency but for Eternity.
Persons who fall to take Into consid
eration the consideration of -Eternity
will be unsuccessful hi .their end cve
though material success on earth la
The second 8 stands4 for Hlnceflty
pure' guueiesa ana real Jiumaniiy
Sincerity Ts a neiietsary essential to
success. Insincerity Is usually tni
murk uf failure. 1
'llw third Ustamls for Service. TIk)
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rsou wno says "ncrc i nui cuine
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:oaHNi 10 lauure
ys?I.aw at your
service has .already succeeded in plac;
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Orleans ii one af the tMat
The following Is a list of sixty-six
of the local merchants .who have'Jlb-
crally subscribed to the' Senior class
annual The Trail. Perhaps there will
be- more to add In a few days.
Students please examine the list
carefully and extend your patronage
to those who support Daniel Maker.
Any support you give them Is a help
Coggln Nutlonal Hunk.
First National Hank.
Camp-Bell Drug Co.
Curry & llrcwcr.
Gilliam's Barber Shop.
West Texas Telephone Co.
B. & II. Motor Co.
' Ollllams Dry Goods Co. -
leader Barber Shop.
Brownwood Ice & Fuel Co.
Lyric Theatre. '
Dyke Ward Transfer C...
Carlson Battery tc Electric Co.
The Shop of Youth.
Itenf ro's Six Drug Stores.
Whaley's Grocery Store. '
Eubanks Music Co.
Jones h Dublin.
Brownwood Optical Co. '' -
Bettis and Glbhs. '
Hardy He Denny.
Mallow's Drug Store.
Hcmphlll-Falu Co. "'v
Alamo Manufacturing Co.
Woplcs-Plntter Gn. Co.
Shaw's Model Laundry.
Brownwood Floral Co.
W. M. Cameron Co. '.
Itnmey Pecan Co. "
Wnlkcr-Smith Co. '
King's Dry Goods Co.
Empire Furniture Co.
Brownwood State Bank.
J. J. Hayes.
Arcadia News Stand.
A. M. Weedoii Grocery.
Austin Mill & Grain Co.
Piggly Wlggly Co.
Pecan Valley Electric Co.
E. C. Cash Grocery.
IxNiney Dry Goods.
Gilliam's lladlo Shop. ' .
Wcatherby's .Garage. "
Brownwood Lumber Co.
Evans Dry Cleaning.
Yellow Wagon Cafe. V
Tlic Winchester Store.
Austin Avenue Bakcrjv ''""'
Armstrong Jewelry Co.
Brownwood Boot Shop. (
Bon Ton .Confectionery.
Young's Tailor Shop.
' DuckTih'oT'Shop'4?'.. ..
DANIEL BJIKEfl BAND
CONCERT AT HOTEL
JOIST .CONCERT OF. RAW ASD
'ORCHESTRA ' t2fi;
.TAINIKQ; FIRST OF SERIE8.
Tho first of a Horlea of concerts
to .bo held In .tho. lobby of tho
SaturdoyjBlght; waaVery Bttoceaa
ful-"' It Va i anno.unciU by Rex
aulthoi-. dirflolor'br ttift band nd
P. B. Hfehey. oWBerWd' mknoger
of thdRotitAeriTHbtei; Who" haa" ar-
ranged tor tho band to glva a sor-
lea- or concert ia;.ine lonoy cavu
Soturdny night at 7:30 o'clock.
TbtoTla bellpycd to bo r regular
weekly event for the traveling
men and public In general who
happen to be apendlng Saturday
night and Sunday In Brownwood.
The flrat few selections were giv-
en by the Daniel Baker band which
la cotnpoaed-ot'Rbout thirty piece.
n..n aolAr-Hnn were verv muun
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enjoyed aa .Wfla-rnd'itiwr.paT.wj
tho nrosram which.' Waa composed
of BBveral selections by the band
and the Daniel Baker orchestra.
F Tim iwn nrcantzatlona comuiucu
jmako about 40 pieces. Tho mualc
they played was very entertalnlug
and tho enure program .-jwwiw
Joyed by nil that wore present.
'rnii rauiiirH Liita aawaaaiaxaafc am j
cert was a Piccolo olbMb? .'- Oui
Slaughter who 1b a regular mem-
hoi nf the hand with Mb Piccolo
. . . . .XJ ki4A
j ADOUl iweivc oi-iinu .! ..
played by the two musical organ-
isations and Mr. Illchey announced
Saturday night and give a jlmllar
. Aithmivh thn hand la Dracilcally
niade up of youths sot more than
Li... .... r mw ha nut out
BlftlDCU j.pi. rw KTl i T"7
' ftm MDDSTRY
FORMER RROWXTVOOI) HOV
FfROIXO WAY TO TOP l
George T. Holmes former Brown-
wood boy has been niado general
manager of he Lcymati Motor
Company at Louisville Ky. accord-
ing to Information reaching Brown-
wood. Ho Is a soti of Mrs. Alice
B. Holmes matron nf Daniel Ba
ker girls dormitory nntl wub rear
ed In this city. The Louisville
"Simultaneous with closing of
ho soventoenili annual Automobile
Show came the announcement Sat-
urday that George T. Holmes sec-
retary of tho '.oulsvlllo Automobile
Healers' Association nntl been ap-
pointed managor'ot tho Lcymuii
Motor Comrr.ny offectivu March 1.
"Mr. Holmes succeeds William O.
P.'otbiuun 'who has recently beer.
promoted to the position of vice
president of the Lcyman-Bulck
Company at Olnclnnntl. Mr. Prots-
man has been at tho head ut the
Bulck organisation In Louisville
sinco 1017 and haaJiccn director of
nf tho local ilcuiera' oHhociutlnu foi
many years at present serving 11
first vlti- president.
"In coniifi'.llmi with IiIh work n?
Hccvotary of tnu local Automobile
Dealern' Aisocliitlon Mr. Hohncr
was active In the orKanlzatlon nf
tho Kentucky Motor 'Club a state
association formed In 1922' and ul-
mi In lainiithlhg tho Louisville Bat
lory Dculoth Association Inim i
"Mr. lloltneif JolHctl the' cBltoria'
ntnff of The Louisville Herald wmu
after Jjlsidtecharge from the army
at CanW Taylcr- In Mhi'cb )910. Ifr
w.ntlawd" with 'The' HftfpliT ' mUl
1021 when haresigncd to iiccouir
secretary or me Loutsvillo Atitomn
bilo Dealers' .Association a posN
tlon ho has held for foiir years. He1
Directed tno publicity campaign 101
Camp Kuox In 1921 covering the1
tlrst CitlsciiH' Training Camp at
staloi of Kentucky. Ohio Indliihii
and West Vlrslnla.'
"Since taking charge aa secrc-
uiy of tho .'.oulsvlllo Automobile
Dealers' Association. Mr. llolmci
hnn put new life Into the organiza-
tion and today It In rccoRiil.cd a.
otic of the JtroiiKoHl nud.nicMt )to-
grcsslvo' busincHb oranniiotloim In
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RoRtons for Failurtt
There are twelve reasons for a fail-
ures One jiif them is the avowed In-
tent Ion of performing no more work
tlmn Is paid fur mid all who declare
themselves in favor of this practice
may sec the iither eleven rciivnis by
stepping to it looking .gluss.NujHi-
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vm ." 7Kl V
Old Mciain'f Shines ':'
They last longer
Charlie.GUKwm BrW Slwfi
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ChitlUH-tte iiiitlouul cemetery Is one
of the loveliest places In New Orleans.
The cemetery once served as a darl-
ing ground. The must famous duel-
lug place however Is the "Onks" In
the City Park. NhiiiIhtn uf brave
men met their end In this sombre but
beautiful ground in the "days liefo'
the wah." "Suicide Oak" l aU I...
Cntrd in the tiurk. M:rallpl li.-it..
of the numerous sulrlHru u-lili-l hi.
iaci indie mere.
JOHN T. YANTIS President
J. C. WISAKLEY Vice Pres.'
MILLARD ROMIN'ES Cushlcr
I. C. WEAKLEY Vfco Pres.
J. A. WALOER Vice Pros.
DEAN RBPPETOE Assl't Cashier
opuinem ury u
Succesaors to McCulley & King
Men s Furnishings dearimg Pressing and Alterations.
Suits made to order. "
Service O'ms Motto
Phone 171 tlT1f Southern Hotel Bldg.
- LB. BURNS Prop.
-. r LA MODE BEAUTY SHOP
Oivo our-ARTI8T!C HAIR BOBBER a trial also a Frcderlcko
Permanent Wafo will please you. rrtuencaa
; JR88.LANCA8TBH.. Manager
':' At KVl)RYWOAVS MIIOPI'K .-;
. ALWAYS REABY TO 8KRVK YOH
Your POCKET KNIFE U your next beat friend.
If you had to leave your dog at home.
Of course youj want the best-so come to the
. WINCHESTER STORE
-l to select.
J. j HAYES & COMPANY
Practical Tailors & French Dry Cleaners
V 1506 Austin Ave.
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WELCOME DANIEL BAKER STUDENTS
Wc serve Hamburgers Pies and Pastries .$tt$i
Fruits Candy' Cigars and Cigarettes. 1
.When you are hungry drop in;
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910 Austin Ave. -mourn
Hair Cuts 25c at Sanitary Barber Shop - .
The biggest and best barber shop in Brownwood!' .
Your patronage appreciated. l
106 Center Ave. ' . fW-
Save It With Ice
BROWNWOOD ICE & FUEL COMPANY;
r!. ! j i .l.f. '.
vuauiy ana service
v. tf-:.'t to. 3!l
'r 'f. f.;ji;
' itui. AaM.K!'
TFI FPHONF. SPttihtR'
Our long distance lines go everywhere. .'. Itjsoro
economical than a trip more Mtisfactory-tliRn a'let'-
ter to use the telephone to keep in'tbuch' With your
WEST TEX AS TELEPHONE CO.
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C. L. McCARTEY. President
E. B. GILLIAM Vice President
GEO. iKIDD Cashier H" "
WILL TABLOT Ass't Cashici
MAKE OURiBANK Y0UR-HpM
THE COGGlN NATIONAL BAKK 1 1
Hello Boya and Girls. Remember' the old? rJlace.S
308 Center Ave . .Jlll1
CHARLIE GILLIAM BARBER SHOP 'U
"If yqur clothes are not becoming to youyou'jhsyd
better be coming to 'us." J " J
PIANOS - r
' . SHEET MUSIC
When in the market for a musical Instrument call and look
our stock. Uuldwjn Piano Cfdtor Pliouogrupbs oud a cuuiploto
lino of Records and Sheet Music t" ' .
We appreciate your 'patrbnsgo '
E. P. KITCHEN'S TAILOR SHOP
Cleaning Pressing Alterations .
Suits' Made 'to Order
' Try our service we will please you
110 Center Ave.
n .... .
tmi 0 0 1 MfyiyiJ
W. A. BELLA CO.
Real Estate arid Insurance
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r- . -rn -r4-.
For your Ficnics and Entertainments see-
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pome real gooor muaio wu
lanisatlon la regarded aa one ot the
Scat bands In West Texas.
I ' .3 'Lt'"l.T 1 l a.1
in Chapel Recently
Iter. Hornburg wtor of the Cog
gin ATrtiaeB.aptHt ctaiieh -waaa
1 PIGGLY WIGGLY
and' Bank the Difference
jy a 11 1 n 1 n nniinnnmminnnnnnnnn
fttiS-ia Aartaa.; R a tti .a Ulaker Ih)! t iMxiUa iX Fefe
sMpelHan ef aay .'fo.the country lead-1 rHry srfth.
Mwlat5raH'"id Imi.rfulimliii the .tad..1
native lara AaWricaa. the rfiafwHtri w.uanu-hi hk wUn keflndu ttmi
Al JSHNM1U. & GRAIN GO
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APAM'S CASH & CAKRY
We have what; you. Wflnt
Groceries and Meats'
THE PRICE WIllErifiNi
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You. can get that hair cut or bob at 1 Jl
PETE ANDERSON'S BARBER JH4W .
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