The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 10, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 24, 1933 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN
We wonder . . .
Why Billy Moore baa such a sudden
interest in Comanche.
Why Nadlne Parker has learned to
care tor Canary birds. "He is so lit
tie ... "
Why-Hamberlln hangs around the
Hotel Brownwood . . . waiting for a
handout eh wot?
Why Collins is the Seaborn of Dan
Why . . . and Blooey 1 Another girl
goes off Bonnie Braswell Lockjaw's
list. Double Blooey!
Why Bull Face Harris rates the dis
tinction of being the only all Texas
Nightwatchman on the Howard Har
rl I mean Payne campus.
Why Daniel Baker doesn't have a
contest to select the most asinine boy.
My nomination would undoubtedly be
one of the Coo Coo Birds Bogus or
Why such a queer combination . . .
Banner a hand organ a piano and
a Plymouth car . . . very original Joe
Wann very original. We suggest that
Banner add a few more horns to his
band such as Piccolo Pete Weaver
and the two boys from Fife Texas.
Why Bets Baker is so good looking?
Now Folks right oven heah for a
nice big Julcy-uicy hambouger. In our
midst we have a poet like a sheep is
a goaet. In fact we have several; if
you don't believe it lend your year
Under the mellow moon of a Janu
I stood In the cool cool breete;
My heart jumped high and seemea
As I held my head and sneesed.
Very pretty Jack very pretty. And
Am I hot hip hip hooray
I'm going the crooked way
The girls all gasp when I walk down
Cause I'm the guy that pays and
pays . . . and pays.
Stuff o Von Hoop.
This deer audience closes my broad
cast for today. We are broadcasting
on our assigned frequency of six and
seven-eighths kilocycles ... a phono-
graff record. When you heer the next
musical note it will be exactly Tuea-
day or mebbee Saturday.
Mrs. Guy Huddleston and Mis. 'Doc'
Arledge were honorees at a smnit
hrlrlcrn nnrtv elven Wednesday after
noon bv Miss Ernestine Dutham at
the home of her aunt Mrs. E. L. Max
well. After a series of bridge games
In which Miss Mary Bell won the high
score award the honorees were pic-
scntcd with a gift.
Dainty refreshment plates were
missed Vo Mesdames Guv Huddlcston
William Arledge and Smith Bell and
Misses Marietta Fay Lois uimu
Mary Nell Morrow Alice Brown Cur-
rle Gall Fay Dorothy Cross Clara
Helen Morrow Lottie Ensley Mary
Bell Elizabeth Haidrlder Gussle Lee
Seltzer Louise Moore and Jane Woodruff.
Why sulk and worry over your lot?
Why weakly sigh and fret?
Cheer up! The more you haven't got
The more there is to get.
o.t.i crntherlntr up
frcsnmun wu d."..j "-"" " i
the waste on the floor and piling it
ine of the waste baskets. EmesUne
Duihnm the associate editor was
Mated at the typewriter and was try-
ing to write something or other midst
the confusion. Brlnklcy the sports
editor stood on one corner of the long
table with a long megaphone In hand
and announced through it to the
wotld In gonetal that when the gong
sounded It would be exactly Wcdncs-
....... mii.. .. nthnr Rinff member
was seated In one of the windows and
was leading the proof of the "Med-
dlcsomc ainzie coiuhih -slonal
caustic comments. The other
thicc occupants of the office Trigg
ShHlts nnd Snodgrnss were busily
engaged In doing nothing.
Yes a visit to the Collegian office
Is well worth the time and trouble.
"Why did you let him kiss you?"
"He threatened to scream If I did
LET US DO YOUR SHOE REPAIRING FIRST CLAM
The Best Equipped 8hop in Town Next Door to
SATURDAY SPECIAL BANANAS 10 cents Dosen
Special Prices on other Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Modern Way Fruit & Vegetable Store
Grade A Milk 5c Quart Next to Bread A Butter Store
(Continued from page 1)
half of the ?? thing is set up . . .
I'm going to fire the whole blankcty
blank bunch some of these days nnd
get a little rest . . . Brlnklcy I don't
care how many days a week you have
the S. A. but for Pete's sake when
In the !!!?? nrc you going to turn
in a little copy? . . . these . . . women
will drive you nutty yet . . . when is
that lousy circulation manager going
to sweep the office out . . . I'm going
to get me a new associate editor some
of these days . . . you heard that
didn't you Dizzy? . . . Dillin you
ought to have turned In your copy
two days ago . . . and so on nnd on.
Clardy was seated at the table and
was trying to work up the copy for
a belated nd. Bogus Wren the staff
ANNUAL DANIEL BAKER
(Continued fiom page ncj
a quid of various plugs. A scant few
prcfcried the essence of EH Garrett.
At the booming of the gas pipe oigan
the loungers leturncd to the theatre
and the musicale was icsumed.
Howaid Hair Is Scotch poet of dis-
tinction sang that rich cntiancing
melody "That Little Boy of Mine."
Again souls weic sthrcd but soon
... iitmiohi into the ciuake of laugh
ter as Asthma Jack Snodgrass with
his usual count! y comedy brougni
the house down with his rendition of
One of the high lights of this un-
usual evening was the rendition of
"Just A Glggnlo" by Morris Rodgers
freshly leturned fiom a big game
hunting trip In Tibet San Saba coun-
ty. Kodgeis was gracefully lespond-
cd to by "You're Driving Me Crazy"
by Mama Williams society leader and
well known social welfate worker.
An all together different type of
cnteitalnment was provided by Miss
Inm Gene DcIIay who Is never seen
without her cunning companion Alon-
o a pet pig. Miss DcHay played ner
He'. Only A .o. .
". ''""'"" 'SET wt. ud
J wardrobe mW White
and baggage snuwnw ----rendered
"Have You Heard" and I m
N bob 7s Sweethea.t Now." Although
ihc atmosphere of Miss Grume's .num-
bers seemed slightly chagrined the
numbers were iccctved with great
VTwon'tecently estianged love birds
were tcunited when Mr. VVeldoB
Woodward the Boy With the Bird-
like Voice sang with all the tender-
ness and enrnstness of his soul "Lone-
some Lover." The entire audience was
eleett If led as a flash was seen rush-
ing to the stage this " P""
to be none other than Hattle Fae
Todd famous glass blower from San-
ta Anna Texas nnd wilfully respond-
al with "Dearest Please Don't Be
Angiy." Members of Hawkshaw
Chambers sleuthing squad were call-
ed In to quell the excitement while
the mighty gas pipe organ pealed
forth. "Is I In Love 1 Is" with the
cheerful little earful that only Miss
McClendon can promulgate from an
organ of this type. An encore "I'll
Sail the Seven Seas No More" was
.tendered by Mr. Woodward and Miss
p...i.i ..i.rrt..r ifiih fiisin. Your cor-
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icspomlcnt observed that' some mem-
ber of the audience left without the
After ouler had been restored two
fantastlcities from Turkey Texas
tripped upon the stage to the tune of
"The Waltz You Saved For Me."
Thomas Broughton one-half of the
fanlnstlcitcs was costumed as a Tur-
kish Shah with dazzling red panta-
loons and shaip pointed sneakers the
tips of which were fastened to his
and we'd like
to talk with you
All races of people since the beginning
of time so far as we have been able
to read have had some kind of a pipe
und have smoked something whether
tliey called it tobacco or what not.
AND since smoking a pipe is so different
l from smoking a cigar or cigarette
we made a most painstaking scientific
study in an effort to make if we. could
a tobacco which was suited to pipes.
We found out first that there was a
kind of tobacco that grew in the Blue
Grass section of Kentucky called White
Burlejynnd that there was a certain kind
of this tobacco which was between the
tobacco used for cigarettes and the to-
bacco used for chewing tobacco. It is
this tobacco which is best for pipes.
We found out that Mr. J. N. Wellman
many years ago -made a pipe tobacco
which was very popular.' But it was
never (advertised and after he passed
away nothing more was heard about it.
We acquired this Wellman Method and
that is what we use in making Granger.
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Next was the cut. We knew that fine
tobacco burnt hot because it burnt so
fast. You could hardly hold your pipe in
your hand it got so hot at times. So
remembering how folks used to "whittle"
their tobacco we cut GRANGER just like
"whittle" tobacco "Rough Cut." It
smokes cooler lasts longer and never
gums the pipe.
So far so good. Now we wanted to
sell this tobacco for 10c. Good tobacco
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wore a turban of many wkri?2il
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of brightest orange. With bin m.
Miss Muriel MatUMwa who has 7!
to respond to the call of theft!!' J
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mitarf an Oriental ntintti..... .
natcd by Joseph El Vesto TongiUtu
former aauaage mixer from ul
the audience in singing "Sing yZ
Sinners" Mr. Broughton perform!
special act in which he swallowed fc
butcher knives twelve cork screwsT
wire and a pipe from the mighty m
yiyv uitw u iw hh pan Of Mr
Broughton's act he was ably assiiu
by Mr. Eton Cheatham who btfon
he could be stopped ate thirteen mZ
ty razor blades and seven stralsk.
edges and waa quarreling withTuw
key Tom over who should eat the ha
butcher knife. Your corresponds-
observed some Diaty headed ptrsoa
In the third balcony holding h
breath as Cheatham ate razor bitfe
after razor blade.
Immediately following Broughtoa'i
act another intermission mmim a-
ing which the audience was entertifcy
eu oy weeping weiaon McBride Ml
his Marblelous Mavtown MnnntM.
whose moaning music merried men
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luuutuus ui gavK luiwcco ana vui.
ous nlues. Amonsr the numViara ..
dercd was the "Stars and Stripes IV
ever- wiin a special trio chorus bj
Stephens Woods and Burnett Mr.
McBrlde's orchestra includes such b
strumenta as two French harps en
jazz-bo nine tambourines two sen
knockers with Mr. McBride hlmsitf'
taking the lead on a Jews harp.
Hark! And the lights faded fate
darkness . . . silence prevailed . .
and as the wailing trills of the hoie
guruy pierce me ears or me audita
the Ding Dong Daddy of Daniel Bi-
ker Ministerial Students none otto
than Ray Floyd burst upon the ft&ft
and in a nasal varitone sang few
ently "I'm A Ding Dong Daddy frost
Dumas." No sooner had the last aotn
died from Ding Dong's lips than the
shrieking shrills of the sclentillslta
soprano Novalyn Price were htsrl
in that) inspiring classic "I'm A Bts
cat Mama from Horner's Coram."
The ovation was so tremendous that
when they declined to encore Htwt
shaw Chambers and his Deputy
Sleuths consisting of Deputies Dtf
Locklear Fizz Norris Arveal Aoaai
and Meiton Adams and Gawk Ftny
were once more called upon to it-
Playing his own accompanlmeatos
the heckling handorgan Joe Waa
Banner accompanied by his pet Hoes
the Monk sang the "Peanut Vendor
in the true Italian manner.
The audience waa now growisf
weary with the length of the eve
ing's program and was slowly dis-
persing but all stragglers return
when once more the gaa pipe orfia
pealed forth with the rhythm of ta
grand finale "Come On Let's Do tat
Breakaway." However those wfct
were rushing back were met in a body
by those exciting and in the riot
which ensued so many were trampM
under foot that Pollock Wise and tkt
entire crew of stage hands under til
supervision of Gene Michael and In-
cluding Hat Ellis Red Williams Jtt
Collins James Forgey Bones Hanfe
Wiredome Holland Grady Leach. Ver-
non Ellis and Burney Hart were tatt-
ed to labor till the waking hours tak-
ing the unfortunate victims to the Ml-
vinating clinic where medical aid war
1417 Austin Ave.
Rubs Holland Daniel
Tho Shino King!
IHOE8 DYED ALL COLORS
Dyer and Shiner for
At Majestic Barber
Rtavb and RtynoltU
1004 Austin Ave.
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 10, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 24, 1933, newspaper, January 24, 1933; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100044/m1/4/: accessed August 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.