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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 January 1941

tu collegian: Widen That Score Margin Billies Down Those Tigers Billy Cagers OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 28 1941 No. 16 gtr From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. With the recent game with the Hardin Simmons Cowboy still in mind I sit here to com pose my weekly gab-fest or what you want to call it. Really there was a greater display of that elusive element called "Daniel Raker Spirit" than has been seen in captivity around Baker since the last home football game. A large portion of the student body was present and every member seemed to be up and "rootin" for that Billy Squad. Then as if an answer to a COLLEGIAN'S prayer there came a large portion of the faculty. This makes the stud- ents feel as if they really belong to something. Faculty our ris- ing vote of thanks and our best cooperation to you in the future. Many of you have heard some- thing or other about the feud that is raging between ASCAP and BMI. We ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 January 1941

THE COLLEGIAN Thursday January 28 1141 CAGE TWO BSsJEavr tefTBBVBiS? BBBm vlimWctBt s VBBBBBBr3CUfiC THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas at second clau mall matter. Published weekly by tho students of Dnnlel linker Collego to express the unbiased opinion of tho student body to cBtabliirit high Ktnndards of conduct cholnrlilp and ciiortHinanlil) to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In nil hcIiooI activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and tho administration. DALE COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOD HARRISON Business Manager MARIAN BYNUM Circulation Manager STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Quits Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Mtmbcr - . StMMIHTtO roil MTICNt ADVIRTISINO FUsocided Golle6iate Press National Advertising Service Inc. tv.. .. . . r College PubliibtrtKt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 January 1941

THE COLLEGIAN PAGBTHRII Billy Team To Meet Tigers Monday Night Thurtdly Janiary 28 Ml CUPBOARD FroTlit 'Train Train Train" Freclind Bl CHARLES GARDNER Who said Daniel Baker's spirit Was dwindling? You who were at the ball game Monday night know definitely that it is nott We had a group of students out with spirit that is seldom seen anywhere; congratulations student body for your fine backing cooperation and enthusiasm. It is too bad that the band was un- able to wear their uniforms but they showed loyalty and spirit by coming out and playing. And by the way did you notice they stayed and even played after the game had ended. Another great boost to the spirit of the whole affair was the appearance of the three yell leaders in their sweaters and their continued leading ui pep yens. Ktm a .eoMMendable Matter ef the faealty was oat. Maybe eat atotte "Back the Billies to a Texas Conference ChampieashlB" It aot la rala after all. If the sta deat body eoatlaaes to shew that old spirit we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 January 1941

THE COLLEGIAN Thursday January 28 1M1 PAGE FOUR FOOD FACTS - mm THE REIGN OF LOUIS XIV PEAS FIRST BECAME KNOWN TO-FRANCE.-AIUXURY FOR ONLY. THE VERY WEALTHY. THE MAR KET PRICE WAS H2.50 A PINT. - THE BEDOUIN BKlDE "ESCAPES TO A MOUNTAIN CAVE THAT HAS BEEN PREVIOUSLY WELL STOCKED WITH FOOD. AND REMAINS THERE TILL HER HUSBAND FINDS HER. j FURIOUS GOURHiUS OrVHWTOAV IT IS 5AID THAT AFTER HIS RE- TIDrMCNT hAUin UIIMC DIANMFft IIIAbl Iblll vnll IIVI lb liniltlbW TO DEVOTE THE REMAINDER OF HIS LIFE TO THE SCIENCE OF COOKERY. Dorm Dame's Plana to relax rejoice and re- cuperate are already being made for the calm that should follow the storm of exams so some peo- ple must really think that happier dnys are ahead. Among such is Mildred Reed who has Informed the society editor that she will take a mid-term tour In the direction of Cross Plains that exclusive resort spot where Brownwood spends the winter. And when we asked Sid how he liked courting Mrs. Hunter's chick- ens (and I don't mean th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1941

COLLEGIAN The Widen That Score Margin Billies Down Those Tigers Billy Cagers OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6 1941 No. 17 T Woodward to Give Course Tii Principal FJnnriiim Golf Tennis Volley Ball To Be Taught A new subject titled Education 35 U being offered in Daniel Bak- er for tbe first time beginning this semester. This course Is spon- sored by Mrs. Woodward and con- sists of minor sports mainly golf tennis and volley ball. These sports were chosen by the students as their favorites and will be taught In this advanced course of educa- tion. There Is no prerequisite for entering this class. "In this course I will teach enough that if the student were asked to teacn 'these xssorts in a school they will be able to do so. You do not ned to be proficient In a sport to be able to teach It" said Mrs. Woodward. Lecture periods are held on Mon- day and Wednesday from 1:30 to 2:30. Laboratory period Is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1941

Thursday February 1 1941 PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN ft' THE COLLEGIAN aterei t the Pott Office at Browawood Texu u second class mall matter. Published weekly by the itudents of Daniel Baker College to espreu the unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the tudente and the administration OALB COLLIER Editor-in-Chief t GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor ' MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager MARIAN BYNUM Circulation Manager STAFF ALLY IIBYBRB Feature Editor HAZBL L1WI8 Special Editor LILLYBUD DBNMAN Qulu Editor Ssoasor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Reporters: Ruth Corder Mary Elizabeth Dyer Janle Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Ross. mar eersissNTSo ro national aovihti.ins er tasocicfed Cbteftiale Press National Advertising Service Inc. nu.tw....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1941

Thursday February 6 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THRI1 Billies To Meet Tigers in Second Game CLIPBOARD BILLIES SP ORTS From Tk "Train Train Train" Freeland AS? 4 !s& n High polat nan of the week la the two game played Is Richard "Flaxle" Lewallen. "Flaxle" Is treat Indiana aid Is more than a promising Freshman player he I oae of the beat. Daniel Baker Is eagerly looking forward to his playlag daring the next years with Daniel Baker. PBBSa afloii& BPJBkV W?iSie ' "SSSmmml iKBaaaaaisflBMaaaaBBBi PBaaajBajBjpaaaHaaMv hBkPJHI lBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK ''gaH Andy Campbell has returned to the Billy fold and played with the quad In the game with Austin College last Saturday night. Daniel Baker welcomes Andy back and gives him the best wishes for a big scoring average in tho remain ing games of the season. RODEO CAFE Brownwood's Newest and Finest Specializing in Sea Foods and Steaks 202 East Leo Street PALACE DRUG Dr. R. A. Ellis Optometrist Glasses Fitted 309-10-11 Citizens National Bank Build...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1941

YOUR DIAL By MB HABBItO" Let's get this straight once and for all. WHAT IS THE REA- SON WE HAVEN'T BEEN HEARING OUR FAVORITE TUNES SINCE DECEMBER 80 1940? WHAT'S ALL THIS TALK ABOUT ASCAP AND. BMI? Well the answer to these questions and others have been answered by representatives of ASCAP and BMI each giving their side and the other's too as they see it. This "debate was taken from the January edition of "Stage." first we have the altaatloa aa - Ml (BROADCASTING MUSIC artists bat to a iroap of 187 pub- hw.) Bm " llahers-and sight or Ua bit Hoi- ASCAP (abort (or American Bo-. lywood eorporaUons got tba lion's "" v Mnapvavra Auinora Pabllshsra) is technically a conr- right "pool." Ostensibly It la a "protectee" orianlsatloa whose faactloa la to prereat the anau- thorlied commercial aae of music wtthoat royalty payment to the composer or lyric writer. la real- ity it la a private dub which has gained coatrol of the copyrights of a small but ImporUnt groap of American songwriters. ASCA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 February 1941

TKe collegian: JLl OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 1941 No. 18 Billies From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. As I sit here with the bells of the evening tolling in my ears and I do mean the bell it is about the best feeling yet experienced as editor of this publication. Baker made her first confer ence win of the season and in reality all Baker students feel that it is just more than a win for the cagers squad it is a win for the Baker student body. The students of Daniel Baker have just been experiencing a tlump in morale activity and in many other ways but we all know that is a thing of the past. Come ahead students let's nave more of that good Baker spirit at the Southwestern game Tuesday night. Let this spirit penetrate every corner of the campus. It will be the tonic this old hunch needs. Let's make it 100 per cent for the Baker squad from here on. What you say??? A lot of the faculty was there too last Tu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 February 1941

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thursday February 13 1941 BKr wyESi aaam jW-WVUii JMft V U lBHKVfl li BBErvKl I;l;.Trt 'AflKKU Arf. 'V'mimravz vkTCiL'Tfti f4tl lJRaMiW sT Ws 1Bl5sSP2kf? Off The Billy Record "4. li"$ it Hwuv (ft 5 JV.EjL V. A Ha)fUHaMki . it i mwt srnm t iff- srernrwiaKiv. i i ' Jtf : fe'v vwaro u im.w ssssssrviW i 'i"''ij." jips- m jm n- ifcnBta rztrM an U.SJi Ml! fl ;ti THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Drownwood Texas as second clans mail matter. Published weekly by tho xtuitcnts of Daniel linker College to cxpros tho unbiased opinion of the Mtntlviit body to t.HtubllMi high HtiuidnrdH of conduct scholnmlilp nnd j-iku t sm:i n-'lilp to t'Mcuiiiugi; greater InteroHt und purtlcipn- tlon In nil xcliool uctMUcs und to promote stronger cooperation between tlio students nnd tho administration. GALE COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GAULANO HAYRORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager MARIAN 13YNUM Circulation Manager STAFF SALLY MEYE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 February 1941

THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THR1I Billy-Ram Tilt Biggest Game of the Year BILLIES SP ORTS SCORING ACE n Thvrsdsy February 13 1941 . X h &- T if .'& jfc: s M Via Vol. XXXV From Tho- All Hands on Deck for T. W. C. BY H1RSCHELL RODGERS The bell tang and it rang and it rang. And then they rung it once more just for good measure. The Billies butted right on Tuesday night to butt the Southwestern Pirates right on out of the picture to the tune of 31-28. This was the first win of the cur- rent season of conference games. The only disheartcniug thing about the whole affair was the scarcity of students at the game. Say students why don't you come out Saturday night and cheer for those Billies when they take on the Texas Wesleyan Rams. Those Billies woa a game for yon students eve If many of yea wereat there to see It. Ho be ok them play their west game of the year against TYVL'. Let's sot make this one like the At'C game. At the recent ACC game It remained for foar old men foar old fat wo men...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 February 1941

PAGE FOUR THE COLL1GIAN Thursday February 13 1941 YOUR DIAL r bob Mimiiioif COLLEGE BADIO HEWS When "Vox Pop" recently visit eel Annapolis Parka Johmon and Walljr Butterworth offered one lucky midshipman the prise of a phone call to Betty Orable in Hoi lywood. Miss Orable though ahe knew ahe would be called natural- ly had no way of telling who would win the right to apeak to her. She was nervous. In fact she paced the floor for about a half hour before the call came in. Then ahe aettled down to a "Gin" game with friends. When the telephone rang she tossed a very good hand away (ahe was losing 11.86 at that point) and ran to her private satlnllned telephone booth. "Ooh I'm afraid I won't be able to think of anything to say" she aid. But ahe did. She and Midship man Foster captain of the Acad emy football team and winner of the call apoke for twelve minutes. When she opened the door of the booth at the end of the con- versation Miss Orable remember- ed something and said: "My gosh. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 February 1941

The COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER c "A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WITH A CHRISTIAN PROGRAM" DANIEL BAKER "THE FRIENDLIEST COLLEGE IN TEXAS" 4f - 5 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV "Oh Promise Me" Molds into Shape Wish he'd hurry He's still In Jail Forgot? Forgot you had a wlfo? You said It baby Ixnny Kutchy-wUitrhy-kiitchy I'll try Tlicso aro just a few lines of tho comic masterpiece "Oh Prom- ise Me" to be presented by the Footllght Players Tuesday March 4 In the Coggln Memorial llulld- ing "Oh Promise Mo" Is a comedy written by the clever and experi- enced Mr. Pete Williams. Besides action color and speed this farce overflows with hilarity and youth- ful foolishness. To overrun Its bounds of perfection tho play has a picked cast of local talent that could do Justice to Shakespeare's best. Any of you young squirts run- ning around here with a marrying mind may do well to take a lesson or so in wiggling out of breach of promise messes or trying to s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 February 1941

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Saturday February 22 1M1 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas ai eecond class mail matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and Hportsmnnshlp to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and tho administration. GALE COLLIER EdItor-ln-Chlef GARLAND RAYOORX Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business. Manager MARIAN BYNUM Circulation Manager ITAFP SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Quits' Rdltor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Reporters: Ruth Corder Mury Elizabeth Dyer Janle Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Ross. Member .11. n MMUSSNTSO OII NATIONAL ADVMTIMN Associated Cblle6iate Press National Advertising Service Inc. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 February 1941

Saturday February 22; 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE Billies End Season With Two Home Games BILLIES Vol. XXXV From Tto- Season Is "Might BY H1RSCHELL Well this old 1941 Basketball season is almost over. The sea son is fast drawing to a close. The Billies have only two more games to go. The one Monday night with McMurry should result in a win for the Billies. The score of the earlier contest with the two teams is not indicative of the Billies ability to play basketball. In that game the Billies lost three of the most important players on fouls. If the Billies play the type game that they played against Texas A & I the McMurry Indians will leave on the short end of the score. It seems that the Billies scoria race It going to eid ap la a deal heat. C. W. "Mo Utley li itni leadla the Billy scorer aid has lace the secoad fame of the sea sea bat Is belag closely pressed hy "Flaxle" Lewallea. Both play. era hare scored over a haadred pelatM each. Ray Uleatoa night hare give the two lead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 February 1941

PAQt rout THE COLLEGIAN Saturday February 1M1 YOUR DIAL By MB lAJUUfoN AT PMOM BIRO Political insldere are reading delicate significance Into President Roosevelt's lift of an old felt hat to Jean Heraholt preildent of the Motion Picture Relief Fund and "Dr. Christian" of the CBS radio program. The creased grey felt has cover- ed Mr. Roosevelt's head during three successful campaigns for the Presidency. The fact that he Is now willing to part with It Indi- cates to hawk-eyed Washington observers that the President Is not considering a fourth term. The Roosevelt fedora will be raffled off for the benefit of Jean Hersholt's relief fund. The draw- ing has been set for March 17 date of the Presidential wedding anniversary. The President gave Hersholt his hat when the actor was attending the Inauguration ceremonies. Mrs. Roosevelt was surprised when Hersholt told her that the Presi- dent had promised him the hat. "The President Is very supersti- tious about that hat. I never ex- pected hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1941

The COLLEGIAM PLAN NOW TO GO SEE ADMISSION 15c-26c TIME: 8 P. M. "OH PROMISE ME" OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV t Oh Promise Me Ready for From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. Here is that space filler again. 1 guess a newspaper could give me ceiy sensible line fiee and still not lose anything but the cdiloi must have her wind fee- ble as it may be. Fiist apology must be made to Puifessor Callaway for not giving him credit in the form of a hy-linc on his inteiesting at- tide "Why Wony" wliith ap- pealed in this paper last week. Mi. Callaway does much inter- esting icsearth and is vciy nice about giving it for pi int. He has promised to give scvcial moic ai tides like the past one described and the one appeal- ing in this issue. Daniel Baker has sccral 01- ganiations on the campus to be pi oud of this week. The Jun- ior Class has just piescntcd a grand stunt night The Student Cluistian Society lias accom- plished their aim of having a pitvatc sant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1941

Saturday March 1 1041 PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN iifMrM: f . h:'W.Ws .AMoflawRV . S ifax fa H.mA .&--v v Hssem i- isVBfliv r it. If C VKJf &Km9 h 1 1 ffl&Gtmin lsKffi LllfeWillEa! WP.M li F.ft5V f.f.MM u. r-jw v-i IFTJi:r ""r m l)ul'CT i vwriai ffx THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Tost Office nt Brownwood Texas as second class mall matter. I'tibllslicd weekly by tho students of Daniel linker Cnlleitc to express tlio unbiased opinion of the ytmleiit body to establish high standards of conduct BcholiirMilp nuil siiiiiiHiiiaiishiii to eueouiae creator Interest and imrtlclpu tlon In nil school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between tho students anil the ndtuliilstiatlon. GALE COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYBORX Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOD HAHHISON Business Manager MARIAN BYXUM Circulation Mannger STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Qulzz Editor Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Subscription (Maili...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1941

Saturday March 1 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE Billies Finish Season with Loss to St. BILLIES Vol. XXXV Campus Poets The Sea While swimming In the liny I saw far o'or tho deep; The son shone clour mid bright And made mo fond of sleep. The bay was clear as glass Did tremble 'neath my hands; A vista passing by Resembled shifting lands. Afar off could bo henrd The vicious roaring sea; The grumbling groans caine near And brought the waves to me. The waves llko gusts of wind Camo whispering by ir.y Hide; Sensations felt were keen A lazy peaceful glide. The breezes from the sen With smell of fish and weed Came softly stealing by With salty air to feet. Louis. P. Callaway. Shower Honors Lichnovskq Mrs. George Lichnovsky tho former Miss Charlotte Kerr was honored by the A Section of the Daniel Baker Home Economics II Foods Class with n lucheon and kitchen shower Tuesday afternoon February 25 In the Home Eco- nomics Department. In the center of the tho table was a white basket of colorful ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1941

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Saturday March 1 1941 Five Rules for Sane Living By IOUIS F. CALLAWAY Much has been snltl In tlio Inst deendo nboiit our sure mid corlnln process ot mental and physical degeneration mid our moral and spiritual decay. If this bo true we have failed In at least one or sov- eral or perhaps nil five of the following rules: Utile No. 1. MAKR YOUIt NER- VOUS SYSTEM YOUIl FRIEND INSTEAD OF YOUR ENEMY. We have some great Ideas about eat- ing. Who makefl our Ideas? Wo do of course. Well they are punk If you ask me. A goodly number of women go to "cod pottles" (card parties) where coffco (or perhaps cock-tails) and cats are served. Mrs. SlumgURh says "You know If I drink this cup ot beverage I shall not sleep one wink to- night"; but . . . you know . . . she drinks It anyhow. And when she guzzles that down she takes an- other cup and says "Well ... I think I shall drink just ouu more; after all one lives only once." The husband cats and drinks so much that he begins to...

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