The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 3, 1934 Page: 4 of 4
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Read 'Em and Weei
Yap ten lucky boya on the 1934
lUle cage team will be well reward
ed for their service this year. No It's
not a feed or anything like that but
a swell trip into the interior of OLD
MEXICO not New Mexico. Yeah ac-
cording to the latest dope from Coach
Blair plans have already been com-
pleted for the tour and he states
that the ten boys who will make the
trip will be picked according to their
future playing. So it looks like a
grand trip is in store for the lads as
they will have ended their conference
race before departing for the land be-
yond the Rio Grande.
Not only will the boys spend a
couple of nights In Mexico but they
will swing back up to Kingsville
where they will take on A. & I. Jav-
ellnea In a couple of games.
About the only chance for this de
partment to make the trip Is to brush
up onour Spanish and go along to
leu tne Doys what this and that is
Our Frosh gave a good account of
tnemselves last Saturday at Coleman
when they won the Invitation tourna-
ment The Fish went into the game
as under dogs but after the final whis-
tle many a person was convinced that
toe Frosh had plenty of strength.
Not only can those boys play bas-
ketball but they are pretty fair on
rustling food. They went to Coleman
with the understanding that they
would be responsible for their meals
but running true to name their pock-
ets were empty. So the Coleman Re-
lief Association had a great day while
the boys were in town.
As yet the Austin College and Ba
ker game has not been settled but
the Billies still have hopes of win-
ning the game. Prexy Shelton of the
Texas Conference has refused to
choose the winner; so it is left up to
the referee to decide who shall have
the game. Well here's where money
talks; the one putting up enough
money might be able to persuade the
referee to talk business. If it takes
genero to win the victory I'm afraid
the Billies will have to chalk up a
defeat because we lost all of that
stuff In the fall of '29.
Coach Blair and his boys will leave
town for about twelve hours Monday
or long enough to play the A. C. C.
Wildcats. The Kittens are due to be
plenty tough as they are running
third in the Conference game.
If you want to see some real glove
slinging just attend the next boxing
bout staged by the local Athletic
Club. We had the privilege of at-
tending the last bout and saw plenty
of action. Don't miss 'em.
Local fans are due plenty of cage
action next week. St. Edwards plays
here Wednesday night while Austin
College makes her visit to the city
Saturday. Here's hoping the two
score boards go here when the final
DANIEL BAKER TROUNCII
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Wildcats. Then on Wednesday and
Saturday nights they will take on St.
Edwards and Austin College respec
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en F. Austin College. They were de-
feated by the boys from Austin Col-
lege Southwestern and Durant Oklu.
Howard Payne also carried a team
of boys for the tournament. The How-
ard Payne boys Jeff Thomas Wilkes
and Albert McChrlsty went to the
second rounds of the debates having
won two debates out of the first
round. They were defeated by the
team from A. C. C.
All those who made the trip report
that the trip was very beneficial as
well as enjoyable. The question that
was discussed both pro and con was
Resolved: that the powers of the
President should be substantially in-
creased as a settled policy. It is
hoped that some of these members
will be on the winning team of the
A. C. C. tournament that Is to be held
about the fifth of February.
WHY ENGLISH TEACHERS
D. . TEAMS
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been president of the organization
sponsoring the forensic line of work
for the past three years.
The tournament was carried on in
a very systematic manner. Four de-
bates were scheduled and debated be-
fore any decisions were announcd.
After the first round of debates the
teams having won two of the first
four debates were placed in the next
round of debates. The Daniel Baker
girls lost to East Texas State Teach-
ers College at Commerce Trinity
University and the Baylor A team.
They were victorious over the team
from North Texas Teachers College
at Denton. The boys team was suc-
cessful in their debate over the Steph-
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an attemnt to tell about his Donv. or
his dog or perhaps It was nature:
"xi was ac ine ume my ratner nougni
me a srood saddle ham? with the
horse accompanied by my dog I used
to rme over tne mils and mountains
for hours returning home about sun
set though the deep green colored
valley wondering how and why moth-
er nature had prepared such loneli-
ness and beauty and why so few
people noticed It."
Then this one mav be beneficial
and interesting: to all of those who
like to hunt. "One day my best
friend Blank came to see me and we
decided to Jrb huntlmr. so we carried a
frying pan and some grease with us."
The grease and frying pan arc prob-
ably new charms to use In an attempt
to catch birds. The same student in-
cluded two other notable sentences in
his composition. "I was salutory of
the class. I was sure sorrow that my
high school days were over."
Some aspiring athlete may find in-
terest in these quotations. "The next
year I came back to Blank High
again and played football and bas-
ketball and lettered in each of these
but did not get elglbale for track be-
cause I would not go to school enough
this made me about half mad so I
quite school." Quite the opposite at-
titude was assumed by the author of
this line: "I come out for end and I
like to have broke mv thumb the
first evening out and it made me feel
Kino oi uown ana out aoout it but I
stayed with it"
All of the errors are not made bv
college athletes for sometimes a
member of the band allows his or her
thoughts to wander. This sentence
came from one horn of the Daniel
Baker band: "All tne kicis ia khuwu
all my life and lots from small towns
around that I'd met at band conven-
tions and different places where bands
go were there."
Of course there must be some
ghost stories told or better goat
stories. If all pet goats are like this
one pet collectors should beware of
them. "Everything went along rather
smoothly until the goat was about a
year old but Mother and I went to
town one day nnd when wc got back
that goat was up In the bed with all
four feet having pushed the screen
After the goat Is placed outside
with all four feet on the grass these
views on the benefits of dancing
might be consldeted. "Many people
ate of the opinion that dancing is a
waster of energy but I do not think
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most enjoyable ways that I know of.
It might be well to end this article
with tlio following paragraph: "Our
first stop for any length of time wai
on the Gulf of Mexico. Here we boya
found plenty of water to swim and
fish In. Here 1 found several speci-
men of fish nnd other sea life that
was entirely new to me. It was on
the const that I saw my first shark.
This took a great deal of pleasure out
of the swimming for me. In nil we
spent about a week on the seaside."
Now when you find fault with an
English teacher stop and think of
these errors a few from hundreds.
Better still resolve to read correct
nnd rewtite nil of your work before
turning it in.
Mis Mae Deaae MowrtT?
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 3, 1934, newspaper, February 3, 1934; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100057/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.