The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, May 5, 1939 Page: 4 of 4
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School Soon to Be Out; Students Tell
How They Plan to Spend Vacations
Horseshoe pitching stems to
Im tht ohlef divsrslon at the mo
msnt. Dr. McNutt who call
hlmsslf- tht "Arkansas Ringer'
and Dr. "Dead Eye" Chandler
are the present champions. In
vain has team after team tried
to wrest the title from this
pair but thess two members of
the faoulty stubbornly reelst all
onslaughts. Now and then to
make the game more Interest-
ing they allow their opponents
to gain a substantial lead and
then they will breese to an easy
Is out; then I'm going to work in my left foot occasionally." Ni-
Wanderlng over to the arena the tne garage out at the Y." agnra Index.
other day I overheard Dr. McNutt Cordelia Moffett: "On June 6
tell an admiring gallery that only im going to Kerrville. From there Prof: "The exam will be con-
first class horseshoe pitchers come i g0 to Big Spring and later ducted on the honor system. Please
from Arkansas. Prof. Holloway to any of about six places." take seats three apart and in al-
a patriotic Texan resented this r c. Davis: "Work at Brown- ternate rows." Colegian Los An-
remark and on the first throw of WOOd Memorial Hospital. I have geles Calif
the game tossed a ringer. Dr. a new position awaiting me."
McNutt was not in the least per-
turned. He took careful aim and
proceeded to kill Holloway's throw.
Then before an astounded audi
ence he further backed up his
words by proceeding to ring an-
other. Fans are insisting upon a
match between Dr. Chandler and
Dr. McNutt and next week they
may be treated to the battle of
the century. Local opinion seems
to be divided as to the more
able of these two.
This writer would like to see
a matcn game oetween me am
letic coaches Ransom and Ed Blair
and Dr. Chandler and Dr McNutt.
Baker Students Active in Play
The softbal season got
wav at Enniel Baker nark Tues
day night In the presentation of
the six teams of the league they
lined up on the field. City Mayor
Wendell W. Mays then made a
short address and pitched the first
ball to pitcher John Angel to be
gin the first game.
Weakley Watson came from be-
hind to win the first game 4-2.
K. P. scored twice in the first in-
ning to guln an early lead. Weak
ley Watson scored once in the
second and once in the fifth to tie
the score. From there it devel-
oped Into a pitcher's battle be-
tween John Angel and Bull Dur-
ham with Bull getting credit for
the win after his teammates
pushed over two runs in the last
inning to win the game. Durham
a Daniel Baker "ex" pitched a no-
hit game and struck out ten bat-
ters. Arousing much favorab'le com-
ment was the play of Hugh "Hun-
gry" Trus&oll on first base for
K. P. Hungry looks like one of
the best in the league. He is a
Hill Billy letterman. Nelson
Coulter Daniel Baker freshman
played a rice game at second
base for K. P.
DYEING and CLEANING
Open AUNif lit
MS Weet Broadway
Now that the spring term Is
almost over students' thoughts may resume your natural expres-
are turning to plans for the sum- slon." The Tower Catholic Unl-
mer months. Many seniors are verslty of America.
applying for schools and under-
graduates for part-time work. If the people of this world who
Some have decided to pursue a had money would use it like the
higher education on through the people who haven't money think debating team?"
time for vacation. As for this they would use it If they had It Student: "N-n-n-no. T-t-
poor columnist medical school which they wouldn't. Silver and they 8-s-sald I w-w-w-wasn't t
looms as a bright promise on the Gold University of Colorado. t-t-all enough."
near horizon. .
A few other students have re- "We think we love our roommate Manley: "Oth will you give me
piled thus to our Inquiry as to well a dime for a sandwich?"
what they planned to do after the But still one fault of our recurs. Carville: "Let's see the sand-
term has expired: And what's self confidence in us wich." Disguised.
Doris Goosby: "Go to school We always call conceit in her."
If my money holds out."
Veda Pearl Woolrldge: "Work
In the afternoon and go to school
in the mornings"
Jack Ogle: "I'm going on a
short vacatoin as soon as school
Frances Palmer: "Look for a
Dorothy Lee: "Stay home and
Mary Katherine Queen: "Get me
a good suntan."
Robert Hill: "My plans are to
go to summer ' school."
June Baker: "Have a big time
hope to go to
Bob Latta: "I
school down here."
Frank Latta: "Ditto."
Eugene Kaltwasser: "Try to
get a job."
Bernice Boyd: "I'm not going to
school. I plan to take some
The strong and flashy Coca-
Cola team had little trouble in
disposing of Lankfords 14-0. The
Coca-Cola team showed worlds of
pnwer at the plate. Preston Wat-
son graduating football man from
rn icl Baker played a brilliant
Harne at shoit for Coca-Cola. J. J.
McDaniel "e::" covered the initial
3ack for the same team-
TJie game was featured by the
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ard Payne. He hit the first homer
f seaso" wI-h a 1Ine drive
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home run was stopped when hJj-
slid down on rounding third base.
Another feature of this game was
a peg from center field by Chig
King D. B. C. freshman. This
peg to home plate cut off a sure
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Vunnvus: "You should try to
change your style of dancing."
Joe College: "How?"
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al the eighth grade who would
Ij ready to hire the college grad-
uates ? Decaturlan.
Mother uses cream
Father uses lather
My girl uses powder
At least that's what I gather!
you make the
The English language is a funny
one. Tell her that time stands
still when you look into her eyes
and she'll adore you but try to tell
her that her face would stop a
GUYS TELL GALS
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11. Do your part in this dating
business by at least presenting the
12. Do your best to converse and
mix with us.
13. Do your share in supporting
14. Do believe us when we say
"looks" aren't everything.
15. Don't each of you take each
of these suggestions to heart. We
believe many of you are doing all
right but there Is always room
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to make up or any note books
that need a bit of baok work
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OK. M N X
By this time we - know that
your pen is empty. If you have
taken all the tests In whloh you
were behind and made up all
the back work and handed In
all the late exercises you'll cer-
tainly have an ebpty fountain
pen. But get it filled. For John
Arthur says that his book Is go-
ing to be ready before too long
... and you know that that
means autographs and other lit-
tle notes written In everybody
And even if there are a million
things to be done yet we hope
J th t h something last
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coast to coast.
Chesterfield's happy combination
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When you try them you will know
why Chesterfields give millions of
men and women more smoking
pleasure. ..why THEYSATISFY
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, May 5, 1939, newspaper, May 5, 1939; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100211/m1/4/: accessed February 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.