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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 June 1940

2 1 1 Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volant XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JUNE 3 1940 No. 29 Will CAA Courses To Reach Completion The final ground school grude average was the highest that has ever been made in the Student Pilot Training Program. The grades ranged Horn 99 made by Charles P. Gardner to 88 made by Bill Brookover. The other grades made were James While 96; Douglas Roberts 96; Irby Pet- sick 96; Jessie Chisholm 94; Wil- bur Roberts 93; Philip Shaw 93; Wyatt Coke 93. This average of 94.3 is a standing record in the Civil Aeronautics Association. Mr. Kersey and Mr. Holloway are to be highly complimented on their excellent ground school in- struction. Both were instrum- mental in securing this high aver- age. Five of the Billie fliers will take final test June 4. They are James White Irby Petsick Douglas Roberts Wilbur Roberts and Charles Gardner. This final flight test if passed will entitle each to a Private Pilot'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 June 1940

PttfS THE COLLEGIAN Blared at the Poet Office at Browawood Texas aa eecond alias maV Mtmb" .......... - Associated Goleftiate Press Dlitributor of Cblle6ialeDi6est rxxxuAJxJxxlJJvJvutfJL ""i - ditor-la-Chlef Aaatatant Iporta Editor aasneaa Manager Circulation ... Bpoaaor ... ......................... "You are body mind and soul ; college life should develop all three. This faculty can only guide you. The power to drive you upward can come from YOU ALONE." You perhaps recognize this quotation as that printed on the class schedule sheet which was issued to you at the begin ning Daniel Baker's Plan For You and Our creed and at the same time points out their part in your edu- cation. The greatest responsibility however rests on you. Re- gardless of the guiding factors and environment of college life the good you get from it and the degree to which you obtain a true education rests primarily on nobody but you. People are very much the same all over the world. Human nature is universal an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 June 1940

TUGOLLMUIf Aill CLUB NEWS BILLIE SPORTS ft MMday Jtmt 3 1940 r CLIPBOARD From Thi By GEORGE MoBRAYER A few last paragraphs before we put away the ole' Clipboard for the rammer. At this oopy of The Collegian Is out another page In the sporte history of Daniel laker College Is completed. All the cores wins tlee and lossss are written indelibly on the ledger of time tome of It Is not so well to remember while others are things we are proud of and it Is these things that you and I will be telling our grandohlldren about when we have nothing to do but take it easy on our old-age psnsion and talk about tha "good old days." It Is with a strangs reluctance that we bring you as a last effort of the year these highlights of the season of sports. The Billies opened their conference bid for the football champion- ship by downing the Austin College Kangaroos at Sherman October 6. It was their second win in two seasons ... the score 6-0 . . . next came the highest highlight of the year ... we bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 June 1940

Pa 4 THE COLLEGIAN Monday Junt 3 1140 DANIEL BAKER MUSIC DEPARTMENTSBOMPLETEiYEAR Misses Branom And Douglas Seniors Will All College Goods Present Pupils In Recitals To Unsuspecting Under-Classmen Daniel Baker began the activi- ty of the National Music Week on our campus with a musical en- tertainment by the Brownwood High School chorus on Tuesday morning May 7. The club is di- rected by Miss Ann Epps and pre. sented thirty minutes of religious classical numbers in chapel. Popular selections were sung by a quartette composed of Charles Rice Frank Nix Howard Edwards and George Gray. They gave a splendid Interpretation of the following selections "Eyes of Texas' "Dark Town Strutter's Ball" "How Dry I Am" "There's a Long Trail A-Winding" and as en encore "Down By The Old Mill Stream." The program was open- ed with the audience singing with the choir "America." Other num- bers by the mixed chorus were "Crusades Hymn" and "The Old Refrain." The boys chorus sang "Pale in Amber West" and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 June 1940

IS Collegian Patrenlte Celleglan Advertisers usacrlbe T The Collegian Z-712 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vthwt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 14 1940 No. 30 G. D. Holbrook Addresses Seniors "Go out and find a job then fall In love with the job" O. D. Hol- brook deputy state superinten- dent of public instruction told members of the 1940 graduating class of Daniel Baker at com- mencement exercises held June 3 in Coggin Memorial Chapel. "There is no catch in my ad- vice" Holbrook said. "But re- member I said get a job not a position. A job is work some- thing to do." "You will say 'What about the thousands of people who are un- employed?' It isn't so much a problem of unemployment as a scarcity of pay. But the meas- ure of a job isn't in the amount of pay but how badly the job needs you." Dr. T. H. Hart president of Daniel Baker was in charge of the commencement program. He stated "The class of 1040 not only ranks high in quantity be- ing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 June 1940

Pact 2 THE COLLEGIAN Friday June 14 1940 THE COLLEGIAN stared at the Pott Office at Brownwood Texas as accond elaaa mat' HIRSCHELL RODQER8 Editor Associate Editor HILLER NEWTON STAFF Quizz Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Feature Editor. MARY McCLELLAND Society Editor. .VIRGINIA GREGORY Administration Editor GENE KENNEDY Typists LUCRETIA NORMAN EVA WELLS VIRGINIA GREGORY Sponsor. MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT Subscription (Mailing included ) Term 25c They Help Ut Then how can we summer school students help the paper? The answer is very easy . . . Patronize those who advertise in our paper. It doesn't cost any more to patronize our ad- vertisers and the help that the paper receives is greatly appreciated. We summer school students are once more boys and girls going to school studying and having a good time. So in order to have real fun maintain school spirit and at the same time not be out any more money we are trying to publish The Collegian which depends upon the help of the business men and your s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 June 1940

Friday June 14 1940 THE COLLMIAM PM m ip m m m tm m BILLIE SPORTS DIRECTOR OF THE U.OF TEXAS WNft ONCE TOWELED OVER 27000 MILES TO PLAT A 9NOE NOTE HEVENT1D CAlCUTTA. tOMb KAY ONE NOTE 6 RAT s GN A FKBKH HORN 14 ONE OF BCETHCVENVy SYMPHONIES. CLIPBOARD Prom Th Your Dial """"m BBsvfll&rSfc rw BPSWVBC BBBBBBBBBBWVWrBlBBBUTSZ JI iBBBl Summer finds us with very little in the way of sports taking place on "the hill." There is the city Softball league that we may go to and enjoy. Recently one of our students Leroy O'Guinn was the hero of a fifteen inning affair against one of the other clubs of the league. O'Quinn pitches for H. L. Cravens Co. Indians. Several of the Baker students are now playing in the city softball league. O'Ouinn pitch- ing for Cravens; J. H. Childs Coca Cola; Ben Wagnon Coca Cola and O. J. Smith Weakley Watson. Word has reached us that Mrs. "" Trapp intends to award letters to the summer school students that come up to the required quota of participation in the i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 June 1940

THBCOLUfllAN Friy Jaa. H lMt Prof Proud pus 8 Prefers Summer School Students y DON PROUDPUSS As for me juit give me summer And a quiet nook In the shade And a quiet conversation With a sweet old maid. The bard who burnished the above fern of literature wasn't entirely off key if we may trust the opinions of the learned dons who disseminate knowledge on the Swinging Hill. The guys and gals who amble hither in the month of June to imbibe at the Pierian spring may have already closed youth's sweet scented manuscript; but say the professors Volume II while not so romantic and ex. citing as the first time contains something cool calm and collect- ed something as satisfying as a siedel of suds to a thirsty Hays county hill billy. Old DBC has just emptied its halls of a mort of gum-chewing giggling frivolous flibbertigib- bets and a passel of boys who were anything but work-conscious. In their place .we have a group who have discovered that the glory and the dream have faded some what from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 June 1940

the Collegian Patrenlte Celleglan Advertisers usrls T The Celleflan Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vhi0 XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 21 1940 No. SI FROM 1404 Austin Ave. Maybe you wonder why I write under the above head. Well I do too. But I had heard so much of 10 Downing Street in London that 1 thought surely 1404 Austin Avenue Brownwood should be just as important to Daniel Baker stu- dents. Just get used to the head- ing because I'll be firing at you from it for about ten more issues of this tabeloid. By the way 1404 Austin Avenue is the num- ber of the COLLEGIAN office; the little white building on the girl's Dormitory campus. My what a thrill it was to see the first issue of the summer COLLEGIAN coming off the press for the first time. We had al- ready been thrilled by the splen- did response of the advertisers. Then we called upon YOU the student body to subscribe for the paper "your summer newspa. per." But to date we do n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 June 1940

Friday June 21 1940 Fact 2 THE COLLIWAN THANK GOD WE ARE AMERICANS THE COLLEGIAN at the Poet Office at Brownwood Texas as Mcond elaas nutfi HIRSCHELL RODGERS Editor Associate Editor HILLER NEWTON Business Manager JAMES D. LEWIS STAFF Quisa Editor. LILLYBUD DENMAN Feature Editor. MARY McCLELLAND Society Editor VIRGINIA GREGORY Administration Editor. GENE KENNEDY Typifta LUCRETIA NORMAN EVA WELLS VIRGINIA GREGORY Sponaor. - MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT Subscription (Mailing included ) Term - 28c Safety is not a political cause. It is a public and civic concern which requires no political connection to justify it. When any person or group of persons uses it for any purpose except to save lives and reduce the loss from accidents then activity leaves the realm of public service. Temple Daily Telegram. (EDITOR'S NOTE The following editorial from the W. Lee O'Danlel News of June 3 entitled "Mouth Patriots" was the cause of the fight In politioe between Gov. O'Danlel and E. O. Thompson. Last week...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 June 1940

Friday June 21 1940 THB COLLEGIAN flftl "Outstanding lfadem actively CLIPBOARD From Th ENOAQfcD IN THE CONSTRUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT AND BUI L0INO OF '.THE LONE STAR STATE East Versus West In Golf Tourney At a sort of curtain-raiser to the big event an East vs. West team match will be played Sun- day June 23. The selections will be made by Eddie Twiggs of Stan- ford for the West and Ben Thomp- son of Yale for the East. Following the discussions of the interest in matches like this some one has suggested that it would be a good idea this year to institute this East vs. West match. We have not had a way to determine the relative standings of Eastern and Western colleges at the pres- ent development of the college game. Such a match should be an ad- vantage to the college game. Of course it would not really be fairer to hold it late in the year because college golfers from the South and West should have an advantage over the Northern golf ers. Both sections would train for this event and in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 June 1940

M4 TBI COLLIOIAN Friday June 21 1140 Your Dial Following closely on the trail of Jimmie Lunceford's sensational achievements during his recent nationwide road tour when all box office records were eclipsed Lunceford and his band have been recalled to California for a six weeks booking at the Culver City Casa Manana in the heart of the Movie Colony starting August 15. When Lunceford terminates his current four week engagement at the Broadway Fiesta Danceteria June 7 to July 4 he travels to Chicago where beginning on July 19 his band will play in College Inn at the famous Hotel Sherman for two weeks. In all of these ap- pearances Jimmie Lunceford's band will be wired-in to network broadcasts: CBS and MBS at Fiesta; NBC at the Sherman and one of these at the Casa Manana. On June 21 Columbia will re- lease Jimmie Lunceford's newest recording the provocative tune sans lyric "What's Your Story Morning Glory?" It will be back- ed by "I Got It." An Interesting Lunceford waxing in the near f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 June 1940

V V f-y t. tfi "T "T. the Collegian Patrefllse . Celleslan Advertiser useeHse T The Cellef Ian f Z-712 VttaM XXXIV FROM 1404 Austin Ave. Summer achool la so much work . . . these are the words being ex- pressed by nearly 200 students In Daniel Baker this summer. But It's so much fun too. Much work has been going on around the campus. The campus crew have been busy mowing grass cutting weeds etc. Work- men have been busy for the past week placing screens on the win- dows of the Coggln Memorial Chapel. Some certain people have offered to donate money In order to have the Fine Arts building re- paired but they consider that It would be a waste of time to do- nate money if the building Is left open to the public day and night as It has been In the past. So work has been begun to put locks on the doors and screens on the windows. But to the surprise of all some of the "vandals" that oc- cupy the building day and night have tried to carve the locks off the doors and break In. Mrs. Trapp h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 June 1940

pfta Friday Junt 28 1140 THE COLLEGIAN WE HAVE NO PLACE FOR ANY ISM BUT AMERICANISM v THE COLLEGIAN ittrai at the Peat Office at Browmwood Teaas u secend class matt HIRSCHELL RODGERS Editor Associate Editor HILLER NEWTON Business Manager JAMES D. LEWIS "I'm Sorry" STAFF Quits Editor. LILLYBUD DENMAN Feature Editor. MARY McCLELLAND Society Editor... .VIRGINIA GREGORY Administration Editor. GENE KENNEDY Sponsor. MRS. HELEN POST WRIGHT Subscription (Mailing Included ) Term . 26c Typists LUCRETIA NORMAN EVA WELLS VIRGINIA GREGORY ELSIE PRATER OPAL HOLLEY Special Editors MADGE McCORMICK KATHLEEN MAXWELL Nobody ever thought to apply either retail or wholesale distribution service to "being sorry" but the wide practice in the art in the field of traffic casualties seems to make it necessary. In Memphis a driver was ar- rested for driving recklessly while intoxicated. The charge contained 12 specifications. Eleven cars and one pedestrian were struck by the car. Incidentally a policeman had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 June 1940

V Friday Junt 28 1940 THICOLLMIAN ' H V - t l.J-.N . V S College Editors To President President Roosevelt wu the re- cipient of an open letter on June 8 signed by thirty-five editors of college newspapers in twenty-four states throughout the country de. mandlng that America remain at peace and that "this generation born into the First World War shall not die in the Second." The letter was released from the Na- tional Office of the American Stu- dent Union 874 Broadway through which the Joint signatures were gathered. "Will our diplomas be turned into bayonets?" the editors ask charging that proposed loans to the Allies the President's arma- ment program and his speech to ' the Pan-Scientific Congress "indi- cate clearly the road you have chosen the Wllsonlan road to war." The editors stated that they had learned a lesson from the last war and that "this nation will serve humanity best by solving the problems of our own people by solving the problems of our own people by building a f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 June 1940

V :-'i faff 4 TflGOLLMIAN No. 32 Much Interest Shown In General Science According to Professor J. B. Holloway head of the science de- partment much Interest li being shown In Um mw course General Science. Offered for the first time In aev- ral years fifteen students wera attracted to tht data In tht f lrit acmaater. The data haa proved to ba vary lntarcatlnf . It maata five daya a weak and haa two labs. Alao they have mada a numbar of field trlpa and mora ara plannad for tha near future. Prof. Holloway atatad that tha couraa would ba of great help to teachers especially In tha ele- mentary schools. Campus Bits Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Davis for- mer student of Daniel Baker have just adopted a future Hill Billle fullback. The little boy la about four weeks old ndw only nineteen years to wait. The recital to be held in the Coggln Memorial chapel Sunday June SO haa been postponed ac- cording to an announcement from Mlsa Mavis Douglas. One of the artists who was to appear ia 111. The next dat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1940

I 746 WELCOME STUDENTS! sff" HELLOt FRESHMEN Volume XXXV. Dr. Hart From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. Hello! Freshmen glad to know you. Hello! supperclassmen glad you're back. Truly I am glad that you Freshmen are here and I am more than glad that you up- perclasamen have returned to "the Hill" to finish or at least pursue your education. We are going to have a great year at Daniel Baker this year. We have a large Fresh- men class and (or the first time in the history of the college the Frosh must wear Freshmen caps. The caps are royal blue with white brims. Can you imagine 160 freshmen in pretty blue caps on the campus. It won't be long until the Fresh- men are well acquainted with the traditions of Daniel Baker and the boards. Freshmen we hope that you especially become accus- tomed to the ringing of the old DBC bell. The ringing of the bell means victory may we not only ring the bell for victory of our athletic teams but for the victory of every student. It may be Impossible for any of the fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Friday Sfitcmbtr 20 1M0 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. HIRSCHELL HODUKRS Editor-in-Chief CHARLES DODSON Business Mnnager Reporters Dob Hull Kntherlna Riddle Huzel Lewis and Gurlnnd Rayborn. Subscription (Mulling Included) $1.00 per Year Mtmbtr u m MMitiNTio ran national advihtiiin t BiSOCiated Cbtle&ate PteJS National Advertising Service Inc. ututgt rmnuotn Ktpnmum 480 Maohion Ave. Ntw York. N. V. Cnicms Bolton let amiiii tin ftMcnco Distributor of Colle6iaieDi6est 0&S& xj3Ta- -?- S" Brownwood And You Had )nu ever thought what makes THE COLLEGIAN possi- ble ft oni week to week as you read it? There ate a gimip'ui business men in Brown wood who make tliit sheet available men who time alter time lespoml to out pleas lor advettising. They so patiently so consistently advertise in our college newspaper annual program sheets plat aids and a bundled and one other different methods and enable us to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1940

Friday September 20 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE BILLIE SPORTS BEAT ST. MARY'S FIGHT 'EM BILLIES Vol. XXXV Friday September 20 1940 No. 1 sl t ' k w f'M H m ! BW. H VA Ifir ' i'X ' . Quotable Quotes (By Associated Collegiate Press) "The reason (or our lawlessness Is that at present we are Just changing over from authoritative control to Internul control. The former as employed by parents of the old days has been released without the establishment ot good Internal control by modern day fathers and mothers. Our schools are placing Increased emphasis on character development and through the study ot music art literature and science are providing an 'edu- cation for leisure' so that our fu- ture citizens will not spend their time In unprofitable and frivolous pursuits." Qeorge Melcher 72-year-old superintendent of Kansas City schools and a teacher since he was 16 makes the plont that edu- cation has not failed declaring that Increasing lawlessness Is not the fault of the education syst...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1940

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Friday fltptenbtr SO 1M0 Dan Cupid (Continued from Par 1) presence of a few cloee frleada and the Immediate famlllea. A re- ceptlon waa held after the marri- age. Mlis MoHorse waa honored with man parties and showers after the announcement of her engagement. The Cogglns enter- tained with a party at the home of Myra Lea Duffer. Breakfast was served and the honoree found a shower of kitchen articles ar- ranged on a gift table. She waa also honored by Mrs. Carlton R. Lee with a bridge party and by Miss Dorothy Anderson who fare an Informal buffet aupper. The couple left on a wedding trip to South Texas. They will go to Harllngen to make their home where Blttlck has accepted a po- sition as coach of athletics In the Junior High School. t'oleMteph'ens One of our most popular couples EMISON ft SON GROCERIES School Supplies Cigarettes Candy married this summer was Mar garat Cole and Lee Stephens. They took the marrlags tows August 10 at the home of the bride on Sec...

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