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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1940

bbbbbbI Lbbbbbbbbbbm LbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbi aV BUY CANDY AND CORSAGES BENEFIT JUNIOR CLASS Volume XXXV. Homecoming From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. In behalf of the Collegian staff I want to Hay that wo truly do welcome nil of you ex-students back to the Daniel Baker campus. For sonio of you it Is the first time that you havo been back on the campus in years. For some It will bo the first time that you have been on the campus as an Ex-Student of the old college. Daniel liuker has been achieving lots in the past few months. First we landscaped our lawn around ha administration building. Then we stin ltd a program for building new walks fioin the Cogtn Hall to CoK'ii) Memorial triiK Ma done we havo a much finer look- ing .school giound. New paint has been ndiniulsteied to the Coggin Memorial Chupcl. Many new and interesting things have been happening to Daniel Baker. We now have started air training since many of you have been on the campus. This Is the CAA a government program ad- ministered to h...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Saturday Nortmbtr 2 1040 iHk SIFTING THE DUST Joel McCrea Stars in "Foreign Correspondent" THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mail matter. HIRSCHELL RODDERS Editor-in-Chief OAKLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor GALE COLLIER Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager READY CASKEY Asst. Business Manager BETTE MORRIS Circulation Manager STAFF KATHERINB RIDDLE Society Editor BOB HALL Radio Editor SALLY MEYERS Feature 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 Member v . u . WMIMIM rod NATIONAL AOVMTMINO T Rssocided CbleeJwie Press National Advertising Service Inc. t!nr!Ku tar nt CtUtgt PMtlhtn RtpTiwUstrrt . J" 420 Madison Ave. NiwYork.N.Y. CjDllGfStGfG DtfteSl V cwmoo boiioii lei amiim tut ruaciMO This thing of sifting the dust is getting pretty serious. I just wonder what will beco...

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

Saturday November 2 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE SCA Replaces Y's On DB Campus YMCA YWCA No Longer Exist on Daniel Baker Campus Several years back there were on many of the college campuses throughout the world two distinct Christian organizations: the Young Men's Christian Association and the Young Woman's Christian As- sociation. Because of the smallness of many of the schools It was Im- possible to have two effectively functioning Christian organisa- tions; so there resulted a consoli- dation of these two organisations on many campuses. The name of this newly formed organization was the Christian Students' Asso- ciation. The organization was founded upon the belief that in every student's life there is a need for Divine guidance and that through the worship and fellow ship of this association this Divine Oulde could be found. The Chris '. tlan Students' Association has democratic form of government It's local officers are elected by the group as a whole and higher officers are e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1940

McMURRY GAME TONIGHT HIGHLIGHT OF DANIEL BAKER HOMECOMING PAGE FOUR "-"- CLIPBOARD Every T. C. Team in Action i By HIRSCIIELL KODGEKS - - With the fattiest the liardest. nnd the dizziest week In tho Tonus Conference football activity tonics more dopestciing more upsets more bets made wrong and some coaches praised (their team won) and sonic coaches drug through the "mud" (they lost). Regardless of the big games be- ing played in the Southwest Con- ference the Big Ten or tho Ivy League none nrc so important to six hundred Texas students as the McMurry-Danicl Ilakcr gamo in Drownwood tonight. There will be three hundred students from Me- Murry and three hundred from Daniel Maker cheering their cellar- occupying teams on to victory to- night. But only one can come out the victor. Tills writer sees tho stellar offense of the Billies nnd the superior defense of the Billies come through wtlh enough scores to give the llillics a touchdown victory over tho Indians from AIc- Murry. I hope th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1940

TBI COLLEGIAN PAGIFVTC lavs Roll Over Billies Fin Last Half Stturdijr November 2 1940 After playing stellar defensive ball In the first half of the Texas A. & I. game the Billies fell be fore the onslaught of the Javellnas power offensive in the second half to the tune of 380. Immediately after the opening minutes of the game Texas A. ft I. scored on a line plunge from the nine yard line Hlllburn making the tally. J. P. Millard's try for extra point failed. The score was Texas A. ft I. 6 Daniel Baker 0. Stems Scores After an exchange of punts the Billies punted to the Javs on their three yard line. The Javellna safe- ty thinking that the ball was go ing to go out of bounds did not touch the ball but a couple of the Hill Billy ends were down un- der the punt. The ends blocked the safety man cauBlng him to fall on the ball. The ball skirted on across the goal line where Melvln Storms substitute tackle tell on the ball to give the Billies their second touchdown of the year. Stewart...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1940

PAGE SIX THE COLLEGIAN Saturday Nortmber 2 1940 1889 Conduct Rules Are Ruled Definitely "Out" Mrs. Florence McDonald Libra- rian of Daniel Baker College has greatly cooperated with this issue of the Collegian by lending the staff her recently published thesis on the history of Daniel Daker College One of the very Interest- Alma Mater ALMA MATER Planet Eaith in the Western Hemplsphcre In the good old U. S. A. State of Tcmis County of Drown In Brownwood town so gny Cogglu Street and Austin Ave- nue On the highest ground in town. Old Daniel Baker's towers rise. Her health Fellows drink It down. (Chorus) Hall Daniel Baker we'll cheer for you. Hail Daniel Baker hail White and Blue We'll praise you gladly We'll leave you sadly To you we'll e'er be true. Rah! Rah! (Repeat Chorus) K IS igHHfVwKw ' n SWAGERTY'S 315 Fisk Ave. Across From City Hall JUMBO MALTED MILKS FRESH OYSTERS FINE PLATE LUNCHES COME IN lug bits from Mrs McDonald's thesis concerns the rules for con- duct on the campus foun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1940

Saturday NoTtmbtr 2 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE SEVEN Collegian Editor Assisted By Competent Staff of 15 Harrison Caikey Mtrbry Borden and Underwood Added to Staff By HIMCHELL KODGERS Hats oft! there's a blare of bu- gles a ruffle of drums the Col- legian staff Is passing by. For the first time this year we officially present the Collegian staff for 1941. The Daniel Baker Collegian or- ganised In 1905 and has been In existence constantly since that time. The staff this year Is one of the best that could be picked among the school enrollment. It Is their desire that you enjoy the papers and If you do they are happy. The Associate editor for the 1940-41 issue Is Miss Gale Collier of Santa Anna. Gale is a represen- tative of the Sophomore class and Is a member of the Coggln Society. Gale had lots of exper- ience on school newspapers In high school and is an asset to the Colleglnn. Her columns are read and enjoyed by the entire student body. Garland Rayborn of Sweet- water Texas is the Mana...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1940

PAGE EIGHT THE COLLEGIAN Saturday November 2 1940 1905 Editor Collegian Prints '40-41 Publication James C. White First Editor of Collegian Now Runs Newspaper and Printing Firm Thirty-five years ago. a small struggling school paper came Into existence at Daniel Baker College. The paper was named the Daniel Baker Collegian. Evidently there has only been thirty-five years of Its existence. Since the volume numbers on our present day paper reads thirty-five. The best possible records that could be found at this time showed that James C. White was the first editor of the Collegian. The first Issue appeared on the campus in 1905. The editions were in pamph- let form usually about 15 to 20 pages. In looking over the records it was impossible to find all of the editors and it is urged by the Col legian staff that any one knowing who was editor in the years uni- dentified please let the staff know immediately. As far as our records show only three persons have held the office of EdItor-ln-Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1940

The COLLEGIAN. CAMPUS VISITOR NOV. 14 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1940 No. 8 Wbbbbbb9PT f . Dogpatch Mayor Opens Season on Unhitched Men Hear ye bear ye all you "gait" there la a great day a coming. Next Thursday November 14 1940 the girls are to rule the campus for one day. All dates are to be made by girls and Incidentally all checks are to be paid by the same parties. This great day Is very ap- propriately named Sadie Hawkln's Day. I know you have all heard of Sadie Hawkins of Dog Patch com- munity this great person visited Daniel Baker last year at about this same time. Everyone enjoyed her visit and Invited her back so "bless Patty here she comes." This year she Is bringing back all her friends Ll'l Abner Daisy Mae Mammy Yokum and scads of oth- ers. The president of the student body Charles Garner therefore proclaims next Thursday as of- ficial Sadie Hawkln's Day. To make our friend Sad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Saturday November 9 1940 jMMj THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Foat Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. GALE COLLIER Editor SALLY MYERS Associate Editor JACQUE MARI3RY Business Manager KATH1RENE RIDDLE Associate Business Manager STAFF MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Sports Editor MARY McCLELLAND and EARLEEN MORRIS Society Editors HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor L1LLYBUD DENMAN Qulzz Editor Typista Frances Hampton Elsie Prater Eva Wells Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wrigbt Subscription (Mailing included) $1.00 per Year Member MPRiitNno roa national advmtiin t Rssocided CbUeeiate Press National Advertising Service Inc. T:..th... f College PmMitert Rtpreuntslh . 420MADI.ONAVI. N1WVOHK.N.Y. GOllGPSlClte DlPM '- CMICtoe lotto lot AntllM Ma fUlKIKO Iou You Can't Please Everybody Anvnnc that lias ever tiled to picnic nioie than one penon knows that "vmi can't please eci)onc." This is a sciiotis piolilcm in D.B.C. especially in the oigan- izations that are handled by students...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1940

Saturday November 9 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THRU BILLIES SPORTS WE ARE FOR YOU BILLIES BUTT A WILDCAT Vol. XXXV Saturday November 9 1940 No. 8 BILLIES BATTLE WILDCATS 'k? i?l! IV .: &' P'.T $ VfcV ' 1 ?'.'"' r-- CLIPBOARD A.C.C. Victim of Upset MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD The Billies meet a (oe this week who has a record with only two losses this season. In this game there wll be some of the DBC play- ers out because ot Injuries receiv- ed in previous games. The ACC Wildcats have a leading scorer on their team having made the high- est number ot points ot any player In this conference. This game is to be played in Abilene and many students will be unable to attend but those that can possibly do so should. It some can manage to go others can. In backing DBC these students will probably be opposing many ot their friends attending ACC but we will be out to see those Wildcats stomped. The game will be close and the Billies will really have to give everything they have to get the game for Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1940

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Saturday November 9 1940 For Girls Only "Clothes make the man" is an old saying but "Clothes make the girl" is a fact long known to all. Speaking of clothes we have some pretty "nifty" little dressers ot our own. Have you ever stopped to consider: MARY JO EMISON'S teal blue corduroy dress and natural corduroy coat.. Knee high socks one of fashion latest arc sported bravely by DOROTHY ROSS MILDRED D. REED PATRICIA NOBLE and MARJORIE CONWAY. HAZEL LEWIS' new natural colored camels hair coat is a killer and I do mean it. VIRGINIA LYLE alwavs perfectly groomed stops 'cm in that little green and gold port dress of hers. HELEN HARBOUR manages to be both loyal to her school and beautiful at the same time in her white teddy bear fleece coat and hood lined in blue. BETTY MORRIS' gray accordion pleated skirt is truly beauty in moton when it flares to show the stripes under the pleats. IMOGENE HILL'S new wing necklace and the other wing jewelry worn by at least one four...

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

tu collegian; DANIEL BAKER "A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WITH A CHRISTIAN PROGRAM" Volume XXXV. From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. "The Little Man Who's Ncv- cr Here" director of "The Lit- tle Band That Wasn't There" failed to show up in the Armis- tice day parade last Monday. Every local band organizaztion but the Daniel Baker band was there. We stood on the street and watched the bands from the Ward Schools on up to the Na- tional Guard band pass and no Daniel Baker band. A few Dan- iel Baker band members in uni- form were to be seen on the street which just added more t othc embarrassment of it all. The townspeople wondered why the band didn't parade. Well they have nothing on us we wondered too. If we arc to have a band why can't they march in an Armistice Day parade? No one seems to know why they didn't march. A number of the band and pep squad came to school Monday ready to parade but what happened. They were told after they had gone to all of that trouble that Daniel Ba- ker wasn't going to march i...

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

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thursday November 14 1940 THE COLLEGIAN latere at the Poflt Office at Brownwood Texas at second clan mat! natter. HIRSCHELL RODOER8 Editor-in-Chief OARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor OALB COLLIER Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager HEADY CA8KEY Asst. Business Manager BBTTfi MORRIS Circulation Manager HAFT KATHERINB RIDDLE Society Editor ALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Quist Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) 11.00 per Year Member . ....... . mm. tMMtHTtO 'O NATIONAL ADVMtlllNa Associated Gole&ate Pre$i National Advertising Service Inc. PiMflbUtOrot 4I0M0liOMAW. NtW YORK. N. V. fOlOftigiO L)lf(6Sl 'i Cdicmo letro tot amiim (m ruxtwo REMINISCENCE . . . -0 Daniel Baker "The Friendliest College in Texas" Daniel Baker College "The Friendliest College in Tcxas"- this should be the slogan of every true Daniel Baker student. Daniel Baker to some of you may not mean much but after you ...

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

Thursday NoTMtbtr 14 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THBII BILLIES SPORTS WE ARE FOR YOU BILLIES STOP THOSE PIRATES Vol XXXV Thursday November 14 1940 No. 9 BILLIES EXPECT TO WIN X A - CUPBOARD FteaTh Home Stretch in T. C. By HIRSCHELL RODGERS Whewt TbU Texas Conference football race Is a klller-dlller. The! upsets etc. are most trying. Austin College upiettlng the Abilene Christian Wildcats came even as a surprise to the Kangaroos. It looks like the Jackets have an In- side track on the T.C. crown now. If the Christians do defeat the Jackets there will result a three way tie between ACC HPC and TWO. Personally we bad rather see TWO have it than ACC. Since It U due to the fact that ACC must be scared of TWO or tbey would schedule them on their football programs. This conference cham- pionship can never be definitely decided fairly until every confer- ence team plays every other con- ference team. This week the conference goes Into a home stretch with the pos- sibility of some real tbrlll-pa...

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

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday November 14 1940 Yfw&m nTITTl Taa Collegian announce! this department m a new service to iU readers. To the perion having the alg heat pehcent of correct guesses om the following games will be given two pasaea to one ot the lo- cal theaters. The games for this week are: Trinity vs. T.W.C Daniel Baker vs. Southwestern. H.P.O. vs. A.O.O. Austin College vs McMurry. Arkansas vs. 8.M.U. Baylor vs. Tulsa. Rice vs. Texas A.ftM. T.C.U. vs. Texas U. These guesses must be turned In on a separate sheet of paper before Friday at 10:30 a.m. All sheets must be turned In In person at the Collegian office. If no one la at the office they can be left In the mall box. Library Observes Book Week The McClelland Library club sponsored the Tuesday morning chapel program. The program waa in honor ot National Book Week that ia being observed all over the country from Nov. 10 to Nov. 16. An introductory address was given by Mildred Dee Reed presi- dent of the club. She e...

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

COLLEGIAN - ' ' .. ; BUTT WITH BILLIES .. TOAT.C. ''. BASKETBALL ..CHAMPIONSHIP (See Editorial Page 2) BUTTWITHBILLIES TOAT.C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP (See Editorial Page 2) .. ' i '!. ' 't OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 1940 No. 10 The H ill Billy Cagers 18 Former DBC Student In Canadian Air Force To Instruct RCAF Pilots All In all It Is perfect" thtM words were recently received In a letter from Wilbur RoberU a form- er student of O. B. C who has climbed a long way lately on the ladder of a useful and successful life. Wilbur enlisted In the Royal Canadian Air Force approximately two months previous to this date. Prior to this flying position Rob erts has had experience and train Ing both In Randolph Flying School in 8an Antonio Texas and the Civil Areonautlsc Authority In Daniel Baker College Brownwood Texas. At present Wilbur Is tak- ing a course given all American pilots before they are s...

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

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Offlco at Brownwood Texaa at second clan mall matter. l'libllslicil wi'ukly by tin' Htutlcntx of Daniel linker College to vxpreiw tho iiiiI.ImmmI opinion nf tin- xtiulciit body to ixtnbllHh high Mnmlnrilft of conduct m IkiI.iisIiIip itml cioitHiiiunNhli to etK'ouriiKt' Krenter Ititereitt nnil imrtlvlpn- Hon In nil M'liool nctlltli'x iintl to ironiotu HtroiiKir i-oopirntloii between thu Mintviiti nnil the lulliilnlslratlon. IIIRSCHELL R0DGER8 Editor-in-Chief OAKLAND RAYDORN Managing Editor DALE COLLIER Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager READY CASKEY Asst. Business Manager BETTE MORRIS Circulation Manager STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor L1LLYBUD DENMAN Qulzz Editor Sponsor Mra. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Mftnber fN. M MmilMII row NATIONAL AOVMtltlNa ST Associated Collo6iale Press National Advertising Service Inc. DiwribuioroJ 4ao mao.on Av. niwVoak.n.v. GDllGfSlQlQ...

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

TOurtdajr NoTtntoer 28 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE BILLIES SPORTS WE ARE FOR YOU BILLIES BEAT THOSE S.A.J.G. RAMS Vol. XXXV Thursday November 28 1940 No. 10 CAGERS START PRACTICE ?JaVrL JjEjpj BjpBBB. t ' f BJBJJT SHBfc m 1 . ' mm ' 1 ' "Br B Tfc- Three T. C. By HIRSCHELL ''Another year of Texas Conference football is just drawing to a dose with the circuit having three champions. We salute the three' champions A.C.C. T.W.C. and Howard Payne. This col until puts its vote on the side of a round robin championship playoff in the Texas Conference. With a round robin in the sched- ule we would not have such a ridiculous thing as three conference tnajnpions. Xt. gets ear syawthjr hula we " hall of the coafereaee chaaijfieasklp last year aid oaly oBthlrd of It this rear. ACT who hasvreally steppe ap lato the ml lag throae of the coafereaee has hat? to share the coafereaee with other .'teams the oily two tlsaes that they have ever nade' aajr rearserloas coafereaee bids. AvC haslost only ...

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

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday Ncmbsr It 1M .s Five CAA Studes Solo; One Drops Fly BMmbera of tkt CAA' at the prtMt tla bar already soloed Bad tkr art (oar otkra to aolo. Tko who kart aolotd art Jualor SktlU Joha Bartoa "Rd" Klrby Irraa Haaaoa and John Conlln J. W. Matlock olod but wm dropped bacaua kla wtigkt waa aot -up to tkt rqulrmats. Tktrt art thr atagM of tkt aaara taught la tklt group. Tktia fcigaa ar: A work btfora aolo .ami .aolo; Baolo aad datl In- 'atructtoa; C continuation of B aad cktck laatractloa. Btrtral ata- -dtata art almost ready for atag C. Tklt court coma about 85 -hour aad thot taking it bar about two aior atoatkt to com- plat tb court. Two tklpa are balag ud at tklt time. Tkt gov rament It working on tb airport) aad toon will bt working op the runway. Bad weather bat prevent- ed muck firing in the latt two 'or thrtt wttkt. Tb ground Inttructor la J. M. Holloway. Tb ttudtnta should bt through with that division by Jan- uary 1. At tho present time they art at...

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