The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1925 Page: 4 of 4
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A BRIEF HISTORY OP
DAHIKI BAKKR COLMMK
AM ITN FUTIIHK.
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Roach Clarence Freclaml McDnn-
noujth K. Y. Frrclnnd Hnrvry Rntcli
ford nncl other. No lrm fnmmis
were the team!) of 1004 to 1900 com
posed of the late 'Nig' Perry nub-
sequent "Texiis Umg Horn' Mar mid
coarh of Onnlel linker Collcxe Ar-
nold Klrlcpatrlck later another Tcxns
University Ktiir mid former email nt
Howard Pnyne College whu (Iru-lopi'il
the past championship (cam IVtrc
Probst enus niack llcrt Hurlliiit
Will ilosklnson Don dimly Hub
l.ow Katon mid others
Again In 1912 with every man hi
college coming out for football the
Blue and White coached by llu wl-
eran Freeland demonstrated Its su-
periority over Its rivals. This ttnm
one of the heaviest ever seen In action
here' was composed of llrouk Dosicr
and Bob Coley giant tackles Vernon
Adnrat and Mayfleld Glhbs our pres-
ent nsslstant coach htiskey guards;
Walter Thomas and Tnmho Young
the rangy ends fullback Hen Pin-
Mn and Tom Jones luilf-bncks 'iVnny.
"Stonewall" centers K. Y. Mub nnd
quarterback Will l.ow.
In 1010 at the San Antonio Fair
the Daniel Maker i'rack Ten in lead
by' Dewltt Cook' and trained by
Coach Snyder won the stale A. A.
V. champioonshlp over all 'J ex. is en-
tries and then repeated In ii ineit
held at Drown wood. This tciim de-
serve special mention hrvaiiM- it mini-
' berrd among its members such sprint-
ers as the Cook "Twins" Haskell and
Dewltt; Cleo. F. Wilson Itulph Pin-
son Kingsbury Tenny and R. D.
Coley. In 1011 at Fort Worth De-
wltt Cook in an official A. A. V.
meet lowered the world's record in
the fifty yard dash ami with Haskell
Cov'k set some extremely low murks
In the one hundred two hundred nti-J
twenty and the four hundred and
forty yard dashes .while Jllg Hoy
Cooley for a number of years the
best all round athlete In Texas win-
ning first places in the weights discus
broad jump high Jump high hurdles
and was a regular on the football
and basketball teams am) a uember
of the relay team gggj
During the four years Immediately
precacding the world war the num-
ber of Hill Billy athlete Increased
to about forty to fifty nod Daniel
Baker was the favorite of the State.
Among the start of this period wen t
"-XetWrr-J. Prentice; the brilliant pilot
from 1013 to 101U; Charlie I'-rry the
fighting center; Ralph" Prentice and
Joe Turner from Rromu-nl llljrh
In 1014 who' had been members of
the High ncIkhiI team for several years
mid (i No members of the State cliuti
plnnshlp High school track team for
three cars; Joe Young Henry Wat-
son tlie hnluslble Ted Anderson n
four letter mum Lancaster Staple-
ton Regan Smith (Ireer Wilkinson
Hagttell Meniix Phicke Phillips and
Kd. Hliilr who relumed after the war
to finish Ids work.
Since 1010 when athletics were re
sumed after the war there lme been
a number of good athletes hi Daniel
linker and a few outstanding stars;
perhaps the bent turned out since Mlg
Hoy Coley was the mighty Hoy
White nil T. I. A. A. hnlf-lmek along
with the nggressiw "Pluto" I.e Muy.
Scrral of our best athletes are fin
ishing this jeiir hut Me are expecting
some of the youngsters to ably fill
their shoes next ear. Those finish-
Ijtg this ear are Hums I.anc base
ball captain and letter mini In base-
ball for four years in basketball Mit-
chell with four jears of Imsebnll and
I.e May witli four ears of football
mid baseball nil T. I. A. A. balf-
bnck mid ex-Hill Hilly football con-
With the return of abont fifteen
letter meuWl a rnft of new innlerial
football propspeets hmk good to
Conches. Higfflubotliuui and Cibbs.
With eight of the ten letter men in
basketball back I he Hill Hillles look
strong tor basket ball. With strong
material for both truck and tennis
the lllue mid White are sure winners
next ear. The Hill Hilly Imsebnll
ten in Mill retain its complete infield
with the exception of en teller ami this
position will lie ably filled. The pitch-
ing staff built around Cantrell mid
Alexander looks good and an outfield
filled with letter men looks encour
Offering unexcelled opportunities In
athletics musical orgiiiilatlniis liter
als societies and nil forms nf Chris
tian work-nod orntory mid piddle
spenking with the prospects n1' im-
mediate building and bolstered equip-
ment where needed Dauiil llnkiv Is
becoming the "(renter.''
on Sone's error nt first-base Alford
sacrlllced Wood to second mid Can-
trell doubled to center scoring Wood.
Cnntrell advanced to third on wild
pitch nnd then went In home on n
wild pitch by Harrell.
The box score!
Huff aloes All R H PO F. K
limine '.Mi . ..
Sonr lb . . .
McDonald rf .
.Inlujsnn c . .
0 2 H 8 0
0 0 1 0 0
1 217 ( 1
1 12 0 0
t 1 10 3 0
4 2 2 0 0 0
3 0 12 10
CANTRKM LOSKS FIRST
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got a clean single and Soue scored
the first run of the game.
In the same Inning Captain Lane
catching for the Hillles poled one
over the left field fence for a 'home
run mid tied the one run of the Duffs.
In the fifth frame Wood was safe
I.anc c . ..
Mitchell. If .
Alford ss .
Cnntrell p ..
. 3(1 II 12 27 18 1
All n II PO A P.
4 0 0 0 0 0
l 0 0 3 1
4 0 10
4 0 0 1
3 n nm n o
.3 .1 1 2 1 .0
..3 J 2 H 9 0
10 0 0 0 0
.32 3 0 27 17 1
Meet Your Friends
Popular Fountain where de-
licious sandwiches sher-
berts. creams and fountain
drinks. ' t
Our service just right.
Alexander hit Smith In the ninth.
Summary i Runs Hoonc Soue Mc-
Donald Johnson Hivlns two; Lane
Woods and Cnntrell. Home runs
Lane nnd Johnson twobase hits Har-
rell Hivlns Cantrell and Woods; sac-
rifice hits Alford; F.rrom Alford
and Sonc; Double plays .Cantrell to
Marshall to Smith; Struck out by
Cantrell five by Harrell five; Wild
pitches Harrell two; First base off
balls off Harrell one; Hit by pitcher
Phillips by Cantrell. Time of game.
one hour 40 minutes.
A m who l tmsv learning how
to run a houae properly making
ivrnl unit hpautlful thlnn with
her hands reading wholesome en
tertaining nooka is going to tie-
velop a mental health and well-be-
mer with wnii'ii tn rnrfl ma nron-
loins and opportunities oi ner iu-
HILL BILL ES MEET
Couch Hlgglnhollmni and his Daniel
Hnker Hill Billies will Invade Abilene
next week for a series of six games
with Simmons Abilene Christian Col-
lege and McMurruy College
The Hill Hillles are idle this week
Yellow Wagon Cafe appre-
ciates your business.
Thank you and hurry back
W. C. FOWLKES
Coca Cola Company
Enjoy thlrat drink Coca Cola Order a caae for homo use today
COCA COLA BOTTLING CO.
Get Reary For Graduating Exercises
When In the market for a mualcal '"trumont call '?? .
our atock. Baldwin Piano Clctor Phonographa and a complete
line o Reeorda and Sheet Music
EUBANKS MUSIC COMPANY
We appreciate your patronage
Do You Want The Best Of It
Most people do and it is easy to get the best of ev-
erything to wear if you buy here. We are caretui
to have nothing but the best to offer you.
Ladies we have some beautiful summer hats' and
Nresses. Lt us show you.
THE COACH recommends our wide bottom
trousers for his ball teams.
Shop With Us Every Day
GILLIAM DRY GOODS CO. .
Formerly Gilliam Bros.
Thursday and Friday
.: "Man and Maid"
i i : i
If It's New We Have It
LOONEYDRY GOODS CO
Daniel Baker College
SUMMER SESION 1925
The summer session is conducted for twelve weeks and we allow you to make
two full credits. This session affords an excellent opportunity for teachers
holding positions during the winter to do college work thereby increasing
their efficiency and chances for advancement. Also High School students desir-
ing to complete College entrance requirements and College students desiring
$o make additional credits should attend.
P FALL SESION 1925
Daniel Baker Fall Session opens September 17th. .Daniel Baker is a standard
College of the first class seven groups of courses leading to an A. B. Degree.
Our courses in teachers' training courses meet the requirements of the state
department and the new laws in regard to teachers' certificates.
COGGIN MEMORIAL HALL
DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS
Instruction offered in Piano Voice Violin' Band Instruments Oratory Art.
' Seven experienced and expert teachers giving full time service. Our teachers
are selected for their proven ability both as performers and teachers Daniel
Baker has an enviable record for first dais and thorough work in all depart-
ments of Fine Art. Our policy is forward looking and our standard is never
lowered. v. ' '
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Mid-Texas Summer Normal
Daniel Baker College June 8 to Aug. 6
authorized by state department of education
Examinations august 3-6.
Thomas H. Hart Department of Education Daniel Baker
G. L. Huckaby San Saba County Superintendent Science.
R. E. Blair Principal Brown wood Junior High Hchool
Mathematics and History.
Miss Aline Smith Teacher of' English Brownwopd Junior
High School English. -
Mrs. Lee Cross Primary SupervisorBrownwopd City Schools
Primary Methods. .'
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
1.' Those wishinor to aualifv for certificates.
2. Thnsu. hiiilHimr f a hitvliAr eeptificates: anv flTTade.
3. Students from unaffiliated High Schools wishing to qual-
ify for College entrance. High School students wishinf
to do summer school make-up work or qualify for College
entrance. r . '.' .
FOR INFORMATION WRITE TO H r ' " Mv. "
DEANj OR REGISTRAR DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 12, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 6, 1925, newspaper, May 6, 1925; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100021/m1/4/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.