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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 September 1940

The COLLEGIAN. GIRLS JOIN THE PEP SQUAD TODAY PATRONIZE COLLEGIAN ADVERTISERS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1940 No. 2 From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. Great people are made by do- ing great things. But before they did great things they had lots of little thinga to accomplish. The same applies to the College stu- dent. Before you do great things in college you must first do lots of little Insignificant things. You must do Jobs that seem small and unimportant. Never is this more thoroughly realized than by the Freshmen. They have to do many little insignificant things that seem to them unimportant but yet they all go Into molding of a model college student. College life would be easy if you could start out doing big things but this Just can't be done. By the process of going through the Freshmeu stage we weed out all of those who Just cau't take It. And all of those who are merely Interested In having a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 September 1940

Thursday September 2 1940 PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN " i Scatterbraining Dorm Dame's Doings Jgr1 4 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. HIRSCHELL HODQERS Edltor-ln-Chlef OALE COLLIER Associate Editor CHARLES DODSON Business Manager PAT VALIANT Associate Business Manager STAFF KATHERINE RIDDLE Society Editor BOB HALL Radio Editor SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor GARLAND RAYBORN Special Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Qulzz Editor Typists Frances Hampton Elsie Prater Eva Wells Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Mtmber Mraumno ran national advmtiwn Associated GoiIe6iate Press National Advertising Service Inc. tm...-i. . . t Colin PMiihmtLtprtttnUlht Dim.butorof o madisom av.. nsw vonk. n.y. GqIGAOI DlPteM cmcMs lotto lot awiim Urn ruaciMO You and Americanism In these days of turmoil strife "Fifth columnists" and all of the "isms" in the English language we Americans should stand "pat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 September 1940

Thvrtday September 26 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE BILLIES SPORTS BEAT ST. MARY'S FIGHT 'EM BILLIES Vol. XXXV Thursday September 26 1940 No. 2 a - k SM.R J ty. "T"- CLIPBOARD For the second consecutive week we stared defeat In the face. Maybe the tide will turn by the time that we get to the confer- ence games. The Ransom Hos- pital as the White House Is be- coming better known seems to be running full blast these days. An- other blow to our prospects came when William Lee Howard and his running mate Andy Campbell couldn't report for practice Tues- day afternoon. Howard twisted a knee In scrimmage Monday after- noon and was confined to the side- line on crutches for the remainder of the workouts. Campbell it seems hase been called to the col- ors earlier than he had anticipat- ed. Our backfleld had already suf- fered so many staggering blows until Coach Ransom is now able to stand most any kind of a shock. Before the season started the Army Air Corp got two of our best backfleld pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 September 1940

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday fltpttnbtr 26 lMO Compacting Roller Gets Pedicure Your Dial B BOB MALL With day light saving tlmt go tag back Into moth balls tor tht winter radio schedule! are due for a big mix up next week. However there Is still one more Saturday before It takes effect and breaks up a grand afterloon lineup The Red and Blue Networks of the National Broadcasting Com pany preesnt about three hours of good dance music right after noon. At 12:30 Harry Owens and his Royal Hawlians have a thirty minute spot In which they present Hawaiian as no other band can. The Royal Hawlians are heard on the Red network and WBAP. At one o'clock The Blue network and KQKO present Bobby Byrne his trombone and his orchestra from tho Olen Islaud Casino In a session of modern swing that is very nice to listen to. This young band has a very good recording of "Stop Pretending" that should make the local juke boxes In the near fu- ture. To further add to your en Joyment Johnny Long and his P...

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

Billie - Pep Rally Tonight 7:00 P. M. Volume XXXV. Charles Gardner Heads Student NOTICE The COLLEGIAN needs a real good sports editor. II you are at all Interested please comply with the following requirements In order to become the Sports Editor of the COLLEGIAN. To the person who hands In the best report on the Austin College-Daniel Baker game will go the honor of being the Sports Editor for the next eight months. If you are Interested please see Hlrschell Rodgers today. Ten Is Quota For CM Program Professor Hart and Mr. Hollo- way announced Tuesday that the quota for the Civil Aeronautics Authority fall program had been reached. The quota set for Daniel Baker this fall Is ten students one girl and nine boys. The group have already begun on their phy- sical examinations. The contract for the program will be signed as soon as all have finished their physical examina- tions. The program will extend from the time the contract Is signed until the fifteenth of Jaun- ary. The second gro...

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

Thursday October S 1N0 PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Stir "jg THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Poat Office at Brownwood Texas aa lecond clan mall matter. HIRSCHELL RODGER8 EdItor-ln-Chlef OALE COLLIER Associate Editor CHARLES DODSON Business Manager PAT VALIANT Associate Business Manager STAFF KATHERIND RIDDLE Society Editor BOB HALL Radio Editor SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor GARLAND RAYBORN Special Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Quits Editor Typists Frances Hampton Elsie Prater Eva Wells Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Member v ........ .... 4MMMIHTIO ron NATIONAL ADVMTMIN 1 &s$octflted Gbleftiate Presi Nitkmil AdvertWof Service Inc. TMurlbuiar at OlUt PtMhktn KifrnnttHm . T. 4SO MADIMN AVC. NIWVOMK.N.Y. GOHGfSlQlG Okf&GSl '" ' ' ' Ml ! tM NtMNM A Word to the Student Body place for young men and women to pursue their education. Al- ready the Student Council has began working on student-body problems. They have promised to ...

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

Thnndaj October 8 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE BILLIES SPORTS WE ARE FOR YOU BILLIES Vol. XXXV Thursday October 3 1940 BILLIES BUTT THOSE I A I KANGAROOS I fcrllP No 3 jgB yr f- fY i A' .' iv " i' L v 1 W !..'; H'tfofift liiAj.-rtl A PrmTli- Well let's hop that history re- peata Itself tomorrow night. Last year the Billies were able to score In the aecond quarter to beat their traditional rlvala the Presbyterl- ane from Sherman 6-0. We hope "Ole Skeeter's" slinging arm la In good condition. It ao maybe Whit Red Kink Happy or aome one elie will be able to anatch one of thoie aerlala out of the aky and race across for enough points to win. Our backtleld really la in a pit able condition. We might as well start a hospital and a recruiting station for filers. It Is hardly probable that Chambers or Klrby will be able to play in Friday nlgbt'a game. We had figured lota on these two scat backs to make lota of yardage and. a num- ber of touchdowns for dear old DB this year. Now comes the n...

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

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday October S 1M0 Retunu to Billies Alvln Loralne Whltmlre above hai returned to the Blllle work- outa. Whltmlre a acat back on the 1937 squad remained out of school for one year and returned last year but was unable to play a great deal because of a knee In jury. He scored the touchdown against Austin College last year. ' NOTICE FRESHMEN All Freshmen are going to wear Freshmen caps this year. You can get your caps at Wals- man's Dept. Store. THEATRE 2 SPECIAL FEATURES O FRIDAY k SATURDAY JOHNNY MACK BROWN !- "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" with FUZZY KNIGHT and SIDNEY TOLER ! "Charlie Chan at the Wax Museum" SUNDAY MONDAY DOROTHY LAMOUR "Typhoon" 1 TUESDAY WEDNESDAY JANE WITHERS fa "The Girl From Avenue A" THURSDAY ONLY "BARGAIN DAY" 2 PEOPLE OCc FOR See WILLIAM HOLDEN BONITA GRANVILLE "Those Were the Days" Texas Theatre Bwoo4.'s Frietfljr Theater" Today la "BARGAIN DAY 8 People on oae We ticket Showing THE LITTLE TOUGH GUYS "Code oflhe Streets" FRIDAY i SATURDAY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1940

Billies-Fliers Game To Benefit McLaughlin Saturday night will be "Sam McLaughlin Night" In Brownwood. The night's actlYitlM will b high lighted by a football gam between tha Danlal Dakar Hill Bllllaa and tha Rondalph Flald Fllera. 8am McLaughlin la tha Danlal Dakar athlata who broka hla nock in aprlng training of 1MB. Ha baa twin confined to hla bad at homo in tha Early High commualty tinea that tlma. Bam waa a Freshman and a member of tha football team at tha time of hla injury. Laat year a almllar night waa held In connection with the Daniel Baker-Trinity Unlverelty football game. All of the net proceeds of thla game went to pay the hos- pital bill of Baa McLaughlin. Tha Trinity University Tigers came out on tha big and of tha seore whan Lockard. back paaaed to Kunkel end for tha lone tally of tha game. Tha final score of that game waa Trinity 7 Daniel Baker 0. All of the net proceeds of Bat urday nlght'a game will go to Sammy McLaughlin. Tha only ex- pense of the game will be the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1940

PAGE TWO Thursday Ocotber llY vm THE COLLEGIAN (s4Hk THE COLLEGIAN Batered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texaa as second class mall matter. H1RSCHELL RODOERS Editor-in-Chief OALE COLLIER Associate Editor CHARLES DODSON Business Manager PAT VALIANT Associate Business Manager BETTE MORRIS Circulation Manager STAFF KATHERINB RIDDLE Society Editor BOB HALL Radio Editor SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor GARLAND RAYBORN Special Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Qulzx Editor Typists Frances Hampton Elsie Prater Eva Wells Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing included) $1.00 per Year Membtr .ia.Mii MMHINTIO ran NATIONAL ABVMTIMN ay Associated Gbteftate Press National Advertising Service Inc. Diitrlbutof of au" lwaw KtprmU4th S . " 4SO MADltON AVI. NSW YORK. N.Y. CjOllGfSlClte DU6Sl ClIICMO tOtlOU lot AMIIM tM rMUKMCO S"lfe 'sVA"iBBK fe American Philosophy There is a strange and terri- ble logic to the ferment of passion that has seized the American peo- ple and th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1940

Ttandajr October 10 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGI MII 0 BILLIES SPORTS WE ARE FOR BEAT RANDOLPH YOU BILLIES Vol. XXXV Thursday October 10 1940 No. 4 X A FromTliej- A. C. C. Top T. G. Contenders By HIRSCHELL RODGERS Texas Conference football has gone into one mad scramble. Round and round the conference goes and where it stops will probably be in Abilene out at A.C.C. The main game in Texas Conference competition this week pits Abilene Christian College Wildcats against the Trinity University Tigers. The Wildcats look like the favorites but don't be surprised at all if the Tigers carry home the bacon to Waxahachie. Also the eyes of the Texas Con ference will be resting on the Indians when they tackle the Rams at Fort Worth. McMurry took on a 13-0 lost from strong Trinity laat week. And they will be seeking revenge when they meet Gus Miller's polished Wesleyan machine. From here It looks as if A.C.C. is the club to beat. Let's just look at some of their scores. They humbled North Texas Teac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1940

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday Oeotber 10 Ml NOTICE Collegiate Digest the national roto lupplement for college pa- pen ! looking for timely hu-man-lntereit pictures of etents that happen on our campus. If you're a shutterbug here's an easy way to pick up some spend- ing money. 1. Mall your pictures to Edi- tor Collegiate Digest 823 Fawkes Building Minneapolis Minnesota. 2. Payment of $3 for each photo used will be made upon acceptance. 3. Pictures should be at least 4 Inches by 6 inches in site. 4. Good quality gloss prints are essential. Only pictures that are sharp In detail and hare good tone quality will be acceptable. Action or candid pictures are preferred. 6. Al photos must be properly captioned with full details. 6. Unused pictures will be re- turned to sender. CAA Program Starts Tuesday Tuesday morning marked the be- ginning of the third CAA class. With the required quota of ten students enrolled the Daniel Ba- ker Flying Billies began their ac- tual flight training at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 October 1940

tu collegian: BUY CANDY FROM THE STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION HOMECOMING NOVEMBER 2 MbL f gf js Jbbb Volume XXXV. Ten Girls Pledged By Coggins At Social Hour At a meeting of the Coggln So- clety laat Thursday October 10 at the home ot the Coggln presl- dent Mlaa Helen Harbour at 1115 Vine street In this city the last year's members selected the pledges for this year. Those select- ed as pledges were: Janle Conway Jane Ray Lowe Dorothy Faye Coker Francis Hampton Dorothy Ross Helen Plttman Yvonne Carter Mary Alice McClellan Alma Tally and Irene Hanson. After the business meeting the hostess Mrs. Harbour served limeade and assorted crackers to the members present. Old members present were: Helen Harbour Voncllle Williams Earleen Morris Ruth Thomason Mary Jo Emlson Eva Wells Rebecca Wigglngton La Verne Null Alice Smith and Gale Collier. S.C.A. Has Best Meeting of Year The Christian Students Associa- tion reports the best meeting of the year last Tuesday night when they met in the Admin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 October 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thursday October 17. 1M0 "City for Conquest" Shows at Lyric SIFTING THE DUST THE PLAGIARIST JB& THE COLLEGIAN Matered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mail matter. HIRSCHELL RODOBRS Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor OALB COLLIER Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager READY CASKEY Asst. Business Manager BBTTE MORRIS Circulation Manager STAFF KATHBRINB RIDDLE Society Editor BOB HALL Radio Editor BALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Qulzs Editor Typists Frances Hampton Elsie Prater Eva Wells Spoasor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year fjyjBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBBBBBgiBigiMMai1iBPgj"""""M"'" Member V ........ . mm. MUtMHTtO foil NATIONAL ADVIRTIIINa BT Associated Gotteftiale Press National Advertising Service Inc. Dttuitnitor at ColUgt PMiAtrt RiprtunUHv .. . -T. 420 MADItON AVI. NSWYONK.N.Y. CjDltGfSlGr& DlfS&SI Cmcao ono lei amiim u riMcuto Pan-Amer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 October 1940

Ransommen in Waxahachie for Texas Conference Clash with Trinity University Thursday October 17 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE BILLIES SPORTS WE ARE FOR YOU BILLIES BEAT TRINITY Va HK "-"- CLIPBOARD Is Our Face Red? By HIRSCHELL RODGERS Is our face red? Well yes. Last week we predicted a 6-6 tie be- tween Howard Payne and Austin College. Yes you heard right the score was 51-0 In favor of HP. But we did come close to the Trlnlty-A.CC. score. It you 're- member our prediction was A.C.C. 19 Trinity 7. The score was A.C.C. 20 Trinity 10. A.C.C. really showed their pow- er this last week by coming from behind a 10-7 score in the last five minutes of play to make the score 20-10. This leaves Abilene Chris- tian Texas Wesleyan and How- ard Payne unbeaten in conference play. Austin College Southwest- ern Trinity and Daniel Baker have each suffered one loss each. McMurry Is In the deepest cellar position having lost two games to this date. Howard Payne takes on the hap- George's Chat aad Chew ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 October 1940

THE COLLEGIAN Thursday October 17. 1140 PATRONIZE COLLEGIAN ADVERTISERS! IT'S THE SMOKER'S CIGARETTE bcaus All Amtrica has a lint on thtiw DEFINITELY PAGE FOUR sm V"YAbV Quotable Quotes "At a tint of treat emotional appeal such aa that which now prevails one will do well to con- centrate upon one'a work more than ever and to be unswayed by peculations or vague commen- Urlee tilled with foreboding for the future." Prea. Thomaa S. Oatea of the University of Penn- sylvania cautions against false prophets. "There Is no greater menace at the moment than the danger that sensitiveness to evil should become numb by reason of constant fa- mlllarlty with evil. We shall not save our way of life through de- nunciation of the wrong; salvation can only be achieved by active practice of the right." Pres. Charles Seymour of Yale univer- sity calls for an alert creed In which right excludes all wrong. "Our Latin American youth have never become compromising pam- pered and soft and have been ever rea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 October 1940

The COLLEGIAN. TIME'S A WASTIN' NOVEMBER 2 DEADLINE FOR TRAIL PICTURES ATTEND PEP RALLY THURSDAY NIGHT OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 24. 1940 No. 6 From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. If there was ever a time in my life when I was sorry to stand up and tell the world that I went to Daniel Baker College it would have been last Friday night at that poorly attended pep rally. After all the pep rallies arc for the football boys. Twelve of them managed to make it to the vep rally. We'll be having another Friday night. We hope that the boys attend this one so that our next report will be better. Let the world know that our football team has spirit even without victory. The band composed of stu- dents the majority of which get a scholarship for playing man- aged to get out one student di- rector and seventeen band mem- bers. A pep rally is not a pep rally without the pep. That is the function of the band to help pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 October 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thumb? October 24 1040 THE COLLEGIAN Entered ut the Post Office ut Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. HIRSCHELL RODDERS EdItor-ln-Chlef GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor DALE COLLIER Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager READY CASKEY Asst. Business Manager BETTE MORRIS Circulation Manager STAFF KATHER1NE RIDDLE Society Editor BOB HALL Radio Editor SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYUUD DENMAN QuUz Editor Typists Fiances Hampton Elsie Prater Eva Wells Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing included) fl.oo per Year Member rv . m hnuiniio ran national advmtiiin v Associated CbUeewfe Press National Advertising Service Inc. Distributor of ""' Pj" m w S II I rN 420 MAOltOM AV. NlW YORK. N.Y. GOllGftiQl DlC&GSl ' C"IC" ' " lei AMiut Urn rtUKIKS What This School Needs Youth What this school really needs is lc-v people who continue talk- ing about what this school needs. Each year a big gioup of Fresh- men eui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 October 1940

Billy-Javelina Tilt Set For Saturday In Kingsville Thursday October 24 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE BILLIES SPORTS WE ARE FOR YOU BILLIES BEAT THE JAVELINAS Vol. XXXV Thursday October 24 1940 From Dull Week in T. C. By HIRSCHELL RODGERS Last week's Texas Conference play panned out just about true to form. Trinity U. took the Hill Billies into camp to the tune of 32-0. The Billies displayed poor pass defense. A.C.C. steamrolled their way on toward the conference championship by downing the Southwestern Pirates 21-0. And Howard Payne took advantage of the poor defense put up by McMurry's Indians to win by the big gest score in McMurry's history 52-0. Texas Wesleyan upset the Okla homa Baptist University 20-15. Trailing 15-7 the Rams put on the pressure In the last five min- utes to come from behind and win 20-15. The real upset of the week-end came when Austin Col- lege pushed over four touchdowns to beat Oklahoma City University Ooldbugs 24-7. This week will be the dullest In Texas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 October 1940

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Ttmndy Octobtr 14 ItiO Debate Club Plans To Attend Two Tournaments Unusual interest has been shown in the organization of the Debate Club this year. This newly organ ized club met for the first time after chapel last Tuesday morn Ing and registered nil those who were Interested In debating. There were about fifteen who signed up for the club. The Debate club is destined to grow into one of the most active clubs on the campus. The club has already received invitations to at- tend several different Intercollegi- ate tournaments. It Is the aim of the club to attend at least two of these out-of-town debate tourna- ments. Invitations have already been received from Abilene Christian College In Abilene for their tour- nament to bo held February 7 and 8 and from Baylor University for their tournament to be held some time In January. No detinte meeting time or place has been set for the club as yet. A meeting will be called in the near future to discuss plans for com...

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