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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 December 1940

The COLLEGIA BUTT WITH BILLIES TO A T. C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BUTT WITH BILLIES TO A T. C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 5 1940 No. 11 8$$? Coggin From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. Things arc looking up around DBC. Various clubs on the campus have reorganized and began work in earnest. The Footliglu players have started on an intensive campaign in order that they might present two productions in the second semester. The first production is planned to be pi cscntcd im- mediately after midterm. Well power to you June Baker. The Collegian staff wishes you the best of luck with your new job as president of the Footlight Players and we feel confident that you arc going to lead them on to great things. For those of you who weren't at the Press Club meeting last Thursday we want to tell you that you arc failing to get your part out of extra-curricular ac- tivities unless you just dislik...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 December 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thunday December 5 1940 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texan as second class mall matter l'ublWlitil Ui'ukly by tile xtuili-iitx or Daniel Maker CollvKe to i-xprumi the unbiased uiliiliin of tho xtmlt'iit lioily to iMuIiIIhIi IiIkIi xtitmlurtlH of conduct yciiolurxlili mill Himrtxitmuxlilp to 01110111:1 k uroutiT lnliri.it Mini partli'lpa- tiuii In nil school iictUltlcH ami lu tiromutu xtruiiKcr cooperation Iwiwi-un tho MtiuluntN mid tliu ailinlnl.Mlrutloii. H1RSCHELL RODDERS Edltor-ln-Cblof GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor GALE COLLIER Associato Editor DOO HARRISON Business Manager READY CASKEY Asst. Business Manager MARIAN UYNUM Circulation Manager STAFF 8ALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLY13UD DENMAN Qulzz Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mulling Included) $1.00 per Year DirmtlNTio rod national Aoviiinatna u Associated Gbtlcftiate Press National Advertising Service Inc. -. .. College I'uMitber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 December 1940

Thursday December 5 1M0 THE COLLEGIAN FAGITHWB id ..: FrMTk CUPBOARD Stewart Gives Strenuous Workouts By HIRSCHELL RODGERS Tomorrow night the Hill Billies open the current Basketball season in a curtain raiser with the San Angelo Junior College Rams. The Billies ability at basketball this year is still so indef- inite that whatever happens will be news. But we do know this much; If those Rams have a stronger team than the Billies they will certainly have to have a crack basketball squad. This column sun minus inai inose mines are going to take away part ot tne Texas Conference honors. Maybe it won't be the championship this year but if it isn't the team that wins it will have trouble with the Billies. While watchls tke Billies work oat many new aad laterestlaf facts hare beta knight forth. Tke first eae of these farts Is that Billy Stewart Is ffelaff to auka flae basketball ceaek. Bill was separatist the ami freai the hejrs Monday afternoon at the werkeats. Those bejrs who ha failed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 December 1940

PAGE TOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday Dtetnbtr 1 1140 FOR GIRLS By SALLY MIYIBg "The queen of her world wherever she goet Glorified in saddle shoes and bright sloppy foe's." Coed fashions may not be as important as the war topics but they are equally as startling and changeable in their transitions as the latest European flashes and almost as frequently discussed. But why the discussion? She follows the fashion dictates of the day. Of course coupled with her own individuality. After all she argues why not add an original touch. The colelie co-ed is a staunch supporter ot the New Deal. To her the O.C.O. meant "careless casual and comfortable" ai far aa dreaa la concerned. To her the 8.8.A. spelle "sloppy soiled attire"; and judging from appearances she In terprets the F.H.A. aa advocating "faulty habits always." "8kirts and sweaters are her .stand-bys. la she aatlafied with wearing them the way fashion magazines decree? No ahe turns hera around and buttons them down the back; ahe pushea u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1940

T.fce COLLEGIAN BUTT WITH BILLIES TO A T. C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BUTT WITH BILLIES TOAT.C. ' BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 1940 No. 12 From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. First on the list to be discuss- ed lioni the Editor's desk this week is a recently re- ceived letter. All apologies due ate hereby publicly made. Nev- er hesitate to give all helps and discussions to the Collegian from now on. These little hints are appieciatcd and accepted in the spirit they are given. If sutficient material could be gained or such a column the Collegian would give space lor a voice of the students or let- ters to the editor column every week. Come on students and give your opinions. The letter leeched is as follows: To the Editor: There has been some com- ment recently about theic be- ing no such oiganization on our campus of the A. O. !'. and other commeut that we arc not active. So I am sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thursday December 12 1940 THE COLLEGIAN En tut (.d at the Post Office at Drownwood Texas as second clui mall matter. I'iiIiIMh (I 1 1. 1 . b. Ilia pHiiIpM of Diililcl tinker CoIIcrc to exprcM tho unbliipi.il opinion of the ptinli nt body to iMuIjIIhIi high HtnndnrdN of conduct wholmliii ami ioi tiniitililp to onumtitKo Krtutcr Intercut nnd participa- tion In nil hcIiooI .titlxltliM nnd to pioiuote RttoitKor cooperation between tho stmleiits and the iiiliiilnittiulluii. (JAI.K COLLIER Editor-in-Chief C.Alt LAND RAYRORX Manuring Editor MAUY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor I!()lt HARRISON nuslncHs Manager MARIAN HYNU.M Circulation Manager STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYUUD DEXMAX QulM Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subs-cilntlon (Mailing Included) $1-00 per Year MutiUr Fhsocided CollotSiote Press Distributor of CbllGbiciteDietest National Advertising Service Inc. College Pnbliihtn RepreunUth 420 Madison Av. NtW YORK. N. Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1940

Thursday December 12 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE CLIPBOARD BILLIES SPORTS Prom Tk By HIRSCHELL Well we've come to the parting of the ways. This sciibc has beat out what is probably his last Hill Billy sports story. Thcic has probably never been another Hill Billy supporter who believed in those Billies any more than yours truly. At times they wcic victims of superior strength but never have we had to say that we were ashamed of the way they performed and here's hoping that we never shall. Every trae Hill Blllle supporter wan made find last Friday Right as the tolling of the old bell la L'oggln Hall neat forth Its peallag victory gong. The old bell spelled oat victory for the Billies for the first time la their 1UMM1 season. I'or all the Freshmen It was the first time that they had heard the bell ring for victory. Indeed It Mas sweet maslc to oar ears. And from the looks of those Billy cages we arc going to hear that old bell seteral more times this year. Coach Ransom's Want-Ad que...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1940

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday December It 1140 For Girls Only The gowns weie magnificent the girls beautiful at the Coggin Football Dance and to to avoid displacement I dedicate this (ohtmn for litis week to THE MEN The daily life of a college boy is a busy one and so first of nil his school clothes must be comfoi table. Second they must be neat not ueccvuiily dicssy but please presentable. The Areas (date) clothes of a mnn Hhoiild cither match or har- monize. Don't let your Imagina- tion fool yon Into mixing plnltlH nnd HtrljicH or green and red. By Ileitis u little conservative your milts would be much more service- able and attractive. "Tit: Oil U J IK" Is one of the most imzlliiR and frequent ques- tions that cutctB a man's mind. With the new sports shirts of to- day a tic Is often uuueccssnry but it Is a tribute to u girl for you to wear u tic when taking her out nt least. Tics are definitely not needed for school but to tie it all up Sing a Song Of Subjects Subject? have th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 December 1940

H The COLLEGIAN A Mf-' OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 19 1940 No. 13 s .SmBN .bBBBb LbbbW V' JBBJJJJJJJJJJJJJJr W From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. Wait up there just a minute will you? Sure we know you are going home but we want to wish you a very Merry Christ- mas and a Happy New Year. There is nothing quite so cele- brated and universially loved by everyone as Christmas every- thing it brings and stands for. It should be this way and no other. The very foundation of all civilization had its beginning with the birth of Jesus Christ on this day. So stop and let yourself think just a moment on this fact. At this time when everything seems to be slowly crumbling to earth let us grasp the one thing that can never change Jesus Christ and all that He means to us. In the midst of all )our merrymaking in the week to come pause at least once and give thanks in your heart that you are of a Christ- ian nation and a Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 December 1940

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thursday December 19 1940 IPHtf' Awyr94MBMaBBBBraV ff miesw 'u aws It Vw&nK&v x mHaJfl' f mmi MHrr -wTr p HURL srm m mrtm9 m ft JKl W Ji M wRBMJtlM'i l y .tmiE ' M Ml S) SJ i Bi KLTT.JV ecr fW rT!? THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Drownwood Texas as second class mall matter. Published weekly by the Htudentx of Diinlul I taker College to i-xrr llm unbiased opinion of the xtudunt body to ixIiiIOInIi IiIkIi Htumlai ls of conduct scholarship and yportMiinimlilp to viicouniK" Ki'catcr intcrcsl mid partlclpn- tlon in nil school uvtlvltlt'S ami to promote stroiiKcr louperatloii between tin) MtudentH and the ndmlnlstratlon. GALE COLLIER Edltor-ln-Chlcf GARLAND RAYBORN MmiurIiik Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOD HARRISON Business Mnnngor MARIAN DYNUM Circtlliitlou Malinger STAFF 8ALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Qulzz Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 December 1940

Thursday December 19 1940 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE CUPBOARD BILLIES SPORTS Prm Th- V$tewgSy r v. ' - .fT "IT.!' .-" .-SWVj. L -; t fc- By H1RSCHELL The Hill Millict basketball squal it well scattered ftver the United States at this time. The players are now in Wisconsin Ohio Indiana Missouri and Texas. Last Thursday afternoon nix of the Hill Billy cagcrs left for the northern states to spend the Christmas holidays. The car looked like nothing less than a mod- ern day moving van. With suit cases piled high in the air on top of the car the "Yankees" began their 1100 mile trip home. John Ernsct probably has the longest distance to travel having to go some 1400 miles to his home in Wisconsin Rapids Wisconsin. Had the Hill Billies hid ft wlft- Mia? football team this year the three boys who Made honorable mentloa Child Howard aad Eag llsh might have been placed en the first and second All-conference teams. Child and Howard "till hate another year 1m which to comiete for conference honors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 December 1940

PAGE FOUl THE COLLEGIAN Thursday DtctMbtr 19 1940 For Girls Only The holidays are upon us and with them comes the need of clothes that are gay becoming and beautiful for who among us doesn't hope to find at least one new heart throb over these two weeks of gaiety. A new beau catching gadget of femine apparel is the jerkin. These come in all colors and materials. Add a taffta pcrkin to a dark dress and a pair of classic opera pumps and you are sure to be the belle of the tea dance. Take one sequin jerkin one evening skirt one fancy blouse and there you have the space perfect costume for a truly fetching and I do hope successful evening. Or suppose that you are the sporty type and seek your love on the golf course-a bright hunter red jerkin a gay skirt and snowy white shirt are just the things you need. Now that I have given you all the dress advice necessary may I wish you a Merry Christmas a Happy New Year and Very Sue cessful Hunting (and I don't mean rabbits). Forty Famous Acres T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 January 1941

The collegian: BUTT $ITH BILLIES TO A T. C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BUTTWITHBILLIES TOAT.C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 9 1941 No. 14 From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. Woe wow and wheel! May- be von think this issue was a cinch. Well if ott did you are just one moic person in a mil- lion that went wrong. You sec ever) body ou walk up to says something that sounds like "will- yougoawa) andlcavcmcalone?Iam sotircdicannottalk." What oh what do you do then? You can commit suicide but that is so fatal it veiy rarely woiks. You can become a "sour puss" and not talk to am body but nobody will tare anyway. So the next best thing is to pitch in and woik the old imagination. Just lead this and consider the sou i ccs. Weic the holidays fun? Every- body looks like they ically were. Too bad that after playing so long we must go back to work but that is all in life. Just think of home and that goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 January 1941

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thursday Jaunty t 1941 fi&nxSmi&k. mi jH?i(sgMk u .B3eflsBplr? SBeBBBeWfktSi' m aJY&bsvl eS RlmMKW3I'U JbbVB& m lli I1IjHfHr- r II Mmk K.I f W tlvff'rw m 1ualf 0&y ' i AVi -'jOTtT III (LIlSEy 'A c u.rifi mKnririf THF fOT T FfrTAM 111J VKSiuuKJi.rkJV Entered at the Pout Office at Brownwood Texas as second clan mall mattcr' Published weekly by tlio HtudcntM of liunlrl Unker CoIU-bo to exprexn the unbiased opinion of the ntuiK-nt body to itnbllHh hlh utandnrds of conduct achuliirtiiilp and KportNiiuuiHlilp to enuouniBu water Intercut and purtlclpa- tion in all school uetivitiM and to piomotu hh-ohkit cooperation between tho student and tho administration. . A C. h ;. or-'-chl11 OAKLAND KAYI10KN Managing Editor MARY dean underwood Aaaodate Editor BOH HARRISON BuhIiicbh Manager MARIAN BYNUM Circulation Manager STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Quizz Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 January 1941

Ttandajr January 9 1941 TH1C0LL1GIAN PAGE THRI1 FtM TM T. C. Basketball Gets Underway By H1RSCHELL RODGERS The race for the Texas Conference basketball championship is on. And where it will end up nobody knows but we hope that it will pull to a halt out on the hill with the Hill Billies in posses- sion. If it doesn't whoever docs win it will know that they have had a battle when they get thiough with the Billies. The writer of this column thinks that the Billies have the best chance of taking top honors in the Texas Conference that they have had in a long time. Well at least since they won the conference in 1937. We deaH exactly share Mr. Dab . Mart views that the Billies will end b la fifth place la the coa fereaee. William Klaf sports eel tor with the Fort Worth 8tar.Tele mm has picked the Texas Wes leyan Sams to end ap la first place Bavin this year. We weald like to take a preseason wager with Mr. Klaf that the cocky Texas Wes leyan Rams will end ap la secoad place. Of course th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 January 1941

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Thursday January 9 1M1 For Girls Only Now that tho holidays nro over and we nro bnck In the old grind everyone la proudly showing the new clothes bIic got for Christmas. Despite the new articles that San- ta Claus added to the wardrobe that mean old serpent "In be- tween seasons" 1b rowing his ugly head. Here between winter nnd spring we arc tired of all our clothes and nro sure that we (mis- treated as wo arc) haven't a thing to wear. Now Is the time to wear that lovely llttlo necklace Cousin Sue gave you. It will add a defi- nitely new dash to that plain old black thing. Little frilly collars and cuffs are feminine and suggest the coming of spring. Dashes of color In the bright new pastels or red are extremely good for who among us can feel dull in a red hat or with a pink purse and scarf. I hope the holiday love you found is as wonderful as you say. Don't forget to keep your New Year's Resolutions. throughout the world heard his address via the short-wave ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1941

The COLLEGIAN BUTT WITH BILLIES TO A T. C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP BUTT WITH BILLIES TOAT.C. BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP gt Volume XXXV Dead Week Begins For D. B. C. Today From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. This column seems to come in handy for almost everything one could mention. This week I think the first and probably best manner it can be employ- ed would be as a quest ionahc with answers tcnativc. First question before the house was asked by one of the coaches of the visiting basketball teams 'Where arc the members of your faculty? Don't they come to the basketball games?" Our faculty is one more swell bunch of per- sons to us but where is the trouble? Why arc there no more members in attendance to school functions such as this past tournament? The primary ob- ject of this tournament was ad- vertisement. The students may be the best advertisement of any school to quote from recent articles appearing in this publi- cation but these students make a much better impression of their background is c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1941

PAGE TW6 THE COLLEGIAN Friday January 17 1941 REMINISCENCE Dorm Dame's Doings bbbbbbbKl "IPimMbbbbbbbbba ' Lbbbbbbbbbk inHCVBvT sBflV nBBBk.aF LibbbbbbbV THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as lecond class mall matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel llakcr College to cxpreis the unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship nnd Fport.tnuuiship to encourago greater Interest and participa- tion In all school uctlUtlos and to promoto stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. GALE COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager MARIAN BYNUM Circulation Manager STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Bdltor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Quits Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing included) $1.00 per Year MMItlNTfO rod NATIONAL AOVIRTIIN M Phsocided Cblle&ale Press National Advertising Ser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1941

THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE Billy -Ram Tilt Set For 8:15 Tonight In Cleburne Friday January 17 1941 ft' I 1K" !'." fBSJi CUPBOARD "Train Train Train" Freeland By H1RSCHELL RODGERS From Oops! wc missed again on our predictions. This column is now batting .333. But wc still can't and don't intend to be con- vinced that the Billies haven't got one of the best basketball clubs in the Texas Conference. Mind you wc don't exactly pick them to take the conference championship in a walk but we do believe that after they have begun to get their best combinations to work ing mat wc will still give the best teams some mighty stiff compcti tion. And wc wouldn't be sin prised if the Billies upset somebody'! appiccart. In two of the three games play- ed on the road this past week-end C. IV. (MO) tiler took high scor. lag honors for the Billy clab that pat him In the lead as the Billies high scorer. In the games to date t'tlejr has scored forty points an aterogp of eight point per game. The Utiles are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1941

THE COLLEGIAN Friday Jasmary 17 1M1 PAGE FOUR Schedule Final FBIDAY JAN. 14 1M1 8rM UNTIL 11 m A. M. Class Heei Bible I See. S .8 Conservation 1 Aud Education 9 Miss Branom.-FA English 1 See. 4 ..'. 8 Education 6 cd SB Education 1 Bee. 2 ... ...2 Physics 1 6 Spanish A . 4 SATURDAY JAN. ft 1141 8iM UNTIL HiOe A. M. Class Keen Bible 2 Sec. 1 3 Business Adm. 3 Typing 9 Education 8b-la SB History 4 English H 8 Math. 2 Analyt-Calculus 6 Math. 3 Calculus 4 Music 34a. Miss Douglas ..FA Public Speaking 1 Sec. 1 6 MONDAY JAN. 87 1941 8sM UNTIL 11 100 A. M. Class Room Bible 1 Sec. 1 3 Chemistry 42 SB Education 2 Sec. 1 8 Library Lib Education 8a Education Sa Math lla-12a Alg. Trig 2 Music 33a Miss Douglas ..FA Political Scl. 3b-3a 6 Spanish 2 4 TUESDAY JAN. 28 1941 81M UNTIL 11 tOO A. M. Class Room Bible 1 Sec. 3 2 Business Adm. 2 Sh. H 0 English 2 Sec. 1 8 English 5 Shakesp SB German 2 4 Home Economics 3 FA Math lla-12a Alg.-Trlg 3 WEDNESDAY JAN. 29 1941 8 tOO UNTIL 11 tOO A. M. Class Room B...

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