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

Society The Collegian HELEN HITMAN Society Editor PAGE THREE Callaway Classes "Go FishiiT As a penalty for Mr. Callaway's sot attending the all-student pic- nic several weeks ago his business administration students decided that their class must go on n pic- nic some afternoon. After Inviting Mr. Callaway's History G class to go with them the date for the pic- nic was set for Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock May 13. Consequently at 1 o'clock the picnicera gathered on the campus the day was perfect for fishing (or so some thought) it was de- cided that they should try their luck at pulling prizes of the angler's art from the Bayou. Well all that can be said is that Ruth Corder caught the only fish an eight inch persh. The most im- portant thing was that there was mora than enough to eat and every- one felt as If he had really been on a picnic when it was all over. There were more kodakers In the crowd than there were plcnicers and many interesting snap-shots were taken throughout the a...

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

Amusements The Collegian MIK FOUR SATURDAY MAY 17 1941 YOUR DIAL By BOB HARRISON Julio Kllcnyl the noted Hungarl- n n sculptor recently completed a Btntnctto of Wayne King the CBS orchestra lender . . . Dorothy Kll- gnllcn CUS's "Voice of Broadway" mm- Hotnctlmcs visits as many as five night clubs In a single evening lo gather news for her radio show mill newspaper column. . . The Cohleii date Quartet heard regu- liiily over COS opened festivities at the ."th anniversary celcbra- tlon of Klalt University rceently. . . Draper Lewis CDS script writer who adapted "This Is From Da- kl" for the Columbia Workshop Iisih been called for his physical drult eMimliiation. . . Jack Leon- ard CDS singing star Is currently appearing at the Paramount Thea- ter in New York City. After that he goes Into the Army. . . Hunt- ington Culms of 'Invitation to Learning" has 1'iid his book "The Theory of Legal Science" publish- ed by the University of North Car- olina Press. In addition to being a literary ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 May 1941

The COLLEGIAN. "30" "30" OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. There It always time aa place to tax good-bye this teems to be about the beet place In this last luue. The atudenta of Daniel Ba- ker say farewell to the aeniora and hope to aee all of them In worthwhile vocations before this school opens for another term. And In parting let us say that we have learned to like and appre- ciate each of you from the young- est midterm freshman to the old- est Junior waiting to take your place. Just always remember your old alma-mater In yeara to come and do not neglect to pay us a visit and don't forget about home- comings they will mean more and more to you In the future. Then Jast to slip a personal note In here the editor wishes to say good-bye as such and thank each and everyone of you for your kind cooperation and help through this year. You have been very kind about my Infernal questionings and and naggings and It ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 May 1941

THE COLLEGIAN latere at tat Poat Office at Irowawood Texas aa aaaaai aiaaa aull nutter. Publlahtd weekly by the etudenta of Daniel Baker College to aipraaa the unbiased opinion of tha atudant body to eatabllah high aUndarda of conduct scholarship and. sportsmanship to encourage greater Intaraat and participa- tion In all achool activities and to promoto stronger cooparatlon between tha atudanta and tha administration. OALS COLLIER EdItor-ln-Chlef OAKLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Aiaoclata Editor BOB HARRISON Buslneaa Manager IRENE HANSON and FRANCES HAMPTON Circulation Tirr ALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZBL LEWIS ipeclal Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Qulu Editor HELEN PITTMAN Society Editor Sponsor lira. Halaa Peat Wright Subscription (Mailing included) 1.00 par Yaar Reportera: Ruth Corder Mary Elizabeth Dyar Janlo Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Roaa. Member Rssocided Cole6tale PreJl National Adverttaiiff Service Inc. EHuribuioroI . 4ao Madiso Ave. NswVomc.N.V. GDll6rSlQt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 May 1941

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 May 1941

1 AA'' 7&J04OM0 a Amusements The Collegian PAGE FOUR YOUR DIAL . By BOB HARRISON LOMBARDO BAND ON SPRINU TOUR Guy -Lombardo's college fans are to' have the opportunity of see- ing the CBS favorite In person ' this spring and summer when he takes his "Royal Canadians" on a tour of the country. This trip will not conflict with his regular broadcasts which are to originate every Monday night from the the- ater where the orchestra is ap- pearing. On May 23 he Is to be heard from the Palace Theater Akron Ohio; May 27 from Youngs- town Ohio; May 30 from Steel Pier Atlantic City; and June 13 from Stanley Theater Pittsburgh. Brownwood'jrrltndlyThtjtjr MIDNIGHT SATURDAY May 24 SUNDAY . MONDAY May 25.e Clark Gable Jeanette McDonald -In- "San Francisco" Also News Cartoon Short. Tuesday Wednesday Mar. 27.28 "Double Paaturs Program" Bob Steele In "Breed of the Border" Plas "Tower of London" with Basil Itathbone BorW Karloff . laa Ranter Nua Grey Barbara O'Nell Aim Serial News . Comedy THURSD...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1941

. cCI:l.6i U t6li .ilill -iw JDanieJ laker CoMBfifc 174S i DANIEL BAKER "A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WITH A CHRISTIAN PROGRAM" Volume XXXVI DBC CONVENES From The COLLEGIAN OFFICE That the publication of the tint 41-'42 Collegian has presented a few problems to the staff and edi- tor Is admitted but the congenial spirit and willingness to work shown by all staff members has made the publication a pleasure. Anyone wishing to Join this group is heartily invited and may be as- sured that everything possible uhall be done to give him the posi- tion he desires. If you have not been inside the Collegian office at 1404 Austin Avenue since last year drop around and you will understand why work can be a pleasure. New linoleum on the floor new paint jobs on the furniture linoleum- covered desks and new curtains provide a pleasant atmosphere. A name board to be placed across the top of the building will soon be up. Bllnn McClelland and Ducky Davis will be the responsible ones. Oblig- ing freshmen help k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1941

PAGE TWO The COLLEGIA Enttfd at the Poat Office at Uromiwoud Texan uh necond clans mall matter. Published weekly by the students of Dntilcl Jkur CoIIckv to exiircus the unblMd opinion of the Mtudent body to eitubllxli IiIkIi HtniiUurdn of conduct cholarahlp and aporismuitMhlp to ciiioui-iihi- Bnutir luterent uml participa- tion In all school nctlvltloa and to protnotu xtrnnyir luupcraiiun between the students and the administration. EDITOR IIELHX P1TTMAN ACTING BUSINESS MANAGERS PAUL GREGORY AND TOM EPLEY STAFF Editorialists Ducky Dm Is and Frank Williamson Feature Editors Frank Willlumson and Lou Wren Reporters Wanda Rue Alford Max Snotlgrass Mary Elizabeth Dyer H. C. Burnett Huth Thoniuson I'uul Gregory Virginia Anthony and Jane Rae Lowe. Joke Editor Mary Alice McClelland Headline Editors.. dale Collier Frank Williamson nud Joy Shaw Typists TT Ola Faye Trnmmcll and Murle Colo Proof Readers June Schneider and Mary Dean Underwood Special Editor Jeanne Doettcher Mall Clerk Ann Ellis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1941

BILLIES SPORTS i YEA BOA BAKER LET'S GO BILLIES Vol. XXXVI Saturday September 27 1941 No. 1 Lk ..'.4 Baker Hill Billie Bull "By "BUTCH"" Have you noticed any new styles In boy'a haircuts around Baker lately? You have? Well my good- neat I didn't realise they were that- conspicuous. Well anyway the White House freshmen Introduced them. Why they have Indian Ishca-Blbble professor prisoner and lots of D. B. Grads Of Ml Active The seniors who graduated from Daniel Baker in 1941 are by no means falling to take their places In the economic set-up of today. The exes listed here are the ones of which the Collegian has knowl- edge. The commendable positions which these '41 graduates now hold should serve as encourage- ment to prospective graduates. . JOE BOX teaching school. LILLYBUD DBNMAN attend- ing T. S. C. W. LENA OWREN DUNN married. b5b KARRIS Due for Air Corps. CHARLES GARDNER Reports for Air Corps training Saturday. 8AMMIB HARPER In aircraft company In California. TOMM1E HARPER In ai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1941

Society The Collegian PAGE FOUR SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1941 D B C Has Variety of Clubs and Organizations for Both Men and Women All work and no play makes the froth a very dull fish Too much play makes him what? a pick- led herring? For the benefit of freshmen seeking more from campus life than literary drudgery we give you a list of Daniel Baker College clubs and organizations social and otherwise. Oldest male organization is the "B" Association. As might bo guessed from the monicker there- of this club Is composed of Baker men who have lettered in a major sport. Their activities consist of he-man socials and Initiating hap- less pledges In chapel. Next In chronological order comes the Beta Epsilons a frater- nal group who have been very active socially the last four years. Bright young men about town take notice! Prof. R. E. McKay Is sponsor "Beta" officers for the coming year are Blllle Lyle pres- ident; Jlmmle Snyder vice-president; Joe Beckham secretary; J. W. Matlock parliament...

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

tu collegian: ASSUME THE ANGLE FISH SPELL OUT P-R-E-S-H-M-A-N OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 4. 1941 Volume XXXVI No. 2 Student Officers Elected for From The COLLEGIAN OFFICE What with all the 36th Division soldleri returning there's a great chance that Brownwood will take on a livelier and more active air come night time In ye old home town. Certainly the business men and entertainment centers will welcome these lads back as will the fairer sex of Brownwood. Out of all the 30000 soldiers stationed at Bowie there Is hardly a chance that each and every Brownwood girl did not meet some doughboy that appealed to her enough for her to make him her friend. So there Is (maybe) at last a com- mon feeling (without vengence) among all Brownwood girls a feeling of welcome for the soldiers. Brownwood boys seem to think that there's a great social differ- ence between themselves and sol- diers. The civilians claim they do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 October 1941

PAGE TWO SATURDAY OCTOBER i 1M1 The COLLEGIA Enured at the Post Office ut Hrownwood Texas an second class mall matter. I'ublUhed weekly by the students of Daniel Linker Collect- to express the unblasd opinion of the student body to establish high stitndurd of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to cncounigo greater interest mid luirtlclpu- tlon in all school activities und to promote stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. EDITOR HELEN P1TTMAN BUSINESS EDITOR LYNN SMITH Editorials Ducky Davis and Frank Williamson Feature Editors Frank Williumson Lou Wren and Juno Hue Lowe Reporters Wanda Rac Alford Mary Elizabeth Evcrttt Hutho Thomnsou Virginia Anthony Juno Schneider Irene Hanson Nelda June WcBtcr Tom Eplcy Kathcrine Riddle and George Gray. Joke Editor Mary Alice McClelland Headline Editors Frank Williamson nnd Joy Shaw Typists Murle Cole Virginia Kir by and Oln Fayo Trammcll Proot Readers June Schneider und Dick Vaughn Treasurer and Exchange Editor - Mur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 October 1941

BILLIES SPORTS Vr" WATCH THE BILLIES WORK OUT PREPARE FOR TRINITY UNIVERSITY Vol. XXXVI Saturday October 4 1941 No. 2 i Billie Team Blanked by Austin College Hill Billie Bull "By BUTCH- Writt before Shemaa Gae This Is station B-U-L-L about to start broadcasting operations for another year. So roll up your trouser legs fellows and gather round you gals 'cause we're real- ly going to have fun this year what with all the football basket- ball and track that we'll have to gab about. The purpose of this broadcast Is to make you acquainted with our coaches and the Hill Billie football squad. Ladles and gentlemen I want you to meet Bill Stevens our new head coach. He comes to us from Levelland Texas where he has had outstanding success as a high school coach. He's really a swell fellow and we're all backing him to the limit In his "debut" (If coaches do such things!) as a college mentor. All right step up Ed. Folks here's Ed Blair Daniel Baker line coach. I'm sure you all know Coach Blair ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 October 1941

Society The Collegian PAGE FOUR Ex-Students Hold Varied Because of the great upheaval in jobs and position! an upheavel cauied by the national defense. Daniel Baker eies of last year can be found In scattered parts of the country and in varied positions. The Information liven in this col- umn is for the benefit of Daniel Baker students who like to keep track of their friends. The informa- tion is given also to the alumni of D.B.O. with the invitation for them to submit to the Collegian any facta concerning their own activities. BILL ADAMS Teaching school. DORIS BLAIR Teaching school In Eden. SUE BOATRIOHT Working at the camp. BILL BORDERS Serving In the air corps of the Army. JUNE BROWND Working for Walker-Smith. MARGARET BUCHANAN At- tending NTSTC. MARIAN BYNUM Married. QUENTIN CAULBY Attending Teias Tech. RAYMOND CAWYER Awaiting call for air corps. ANNIE LOUISE CHRANE Mad- rled to Dan Murray. DOUGLAS CHRANE Teaching at Cherokee. DOROTHY COKER Attending Texas Wesleyan. JANIB CONWAY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1941

The COLLEGIAN ATTEND STUDENT RECEPTION MONDAY NITE OFFICIAL WELCOME FOR FISH MONDAY OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1941 No. 8 To Teach Square Dancing in DBC HgnBvpmHH LicKltmiiiK Tuesday afternoon from 1:()0 'tit 2: 00 In the gymna- sium Ralph Shultz. recently ap- pointed YMCA Hccrcutlon Director will liiHlruct Daniel Maker stu- dents In square dancing ud such folk dances nH Put Your Little Foot Ten Pretty Girls and the Scottish. These lessons will be given twice weekly on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The time has been selected so that all football boys and most Btudcnts will be free to take part In the activities. The only requirement of Daniel Baker studeutB Is that they wear rubber or crepe soled shoes. This Is for the protection of the gym floor. From The COLLEGIAN OFFICE Perhaps some of you students lave noticed how overgrown with giut8 the campus lias become. A serious situation faces the stud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1941

PAGE TWO SATURDAY OCTOBER 111941 The collegian; Entered at the Poit Office at Urownwooil Texan aa second data mall matter. Published weekly by tho student of Daniel Baker College to expreaa the unblasd 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 students and the administration. EDITOR HELEN PITTMAN BUSINESS EDITOR LYNN SMITH Editorial Editors Ducky Davis and Frank Williamson Feature Editors Frank Williamson Lou Wren Nolla June Welter and Joy Shaw. Sports Editor George Gray Reporters June Schneider Tom Epley George Gray Mary Alice Mc- Clelland Murle Cole Dllnn McClelland and Joy Shaw. Joke Editor Mary Alice McClelland Headline Editors Frank Williamson and Joy Shaw Typists Murle Cole Virginia Klrby and Ola Faye Trammell Treasurer and Exchange Editor Murle Cole Photographer Tom Epley Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen oP...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1941

BILLIES SPORTS X WATCH THE BILLIES WORK OUT PREPARE FOR TRINITY UNIVERSITY i Vol. Hill Billie Bull "By "BUTCH"- What docs football mean to the average college student? To most It seems It Is a game of men and muscle which must be won In or- der to keep the school on the map something the student can brag about. However It goes deeper than that. For example: see the pictorial story on page two of your . Collegiate Digest this week. What most Btudents see Is the sixty minutes of play each week but they never bother to go deeper Into the fundamentals and tech- nicalities of the game. They don't realize except to a certain extent what the boys go through during the week preparing for the week- end ball game. Boys subject themselves to two or three hours of hard work each day of the week training them- selves to meet the problems that will confront them during that sixty minutes of play. Many Intrl- DEFENSE STAR bbB. - Lust week at Sherman Ready Caskey stood out on the defense. In his se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1941

Society The Collegian OH! For Leap Year!' PAGE FOUR SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1941 Chili Supper Given for Coggins dale Collier president of the Coggln Society was hostess to the old members of the Society at a chill supper at her home In Santa Anna Wednesday night. This was the first social event of the season for the Coggins. Plans for the initiation of pledges were dis- cussed and the date was sot for It. After supper a miscellaneous shower was given Earleen Morris who is to be married next week. Earleen was the recipient of many gifts. Coggins enjoyed a delicious menu of chill crackers pickles olives frltos potato chips cheese cookies Iced tea and peanut brit- tle. Those present were: Ruth Thom- ason Mary Jo Emlson Mary Alice McClelland Yvonne Carter Dick Alford Jane Rae Lowe Earl- son Morris and the hostess Oale Collier. Methodists Honor Baker Freshmen To welcome all freshmen and other Daniel Baker students In- terested In finding the church of their choice while In Brownwood the Youn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1941

CAME STARTS TONIGHT AT 7:45 BHS STADIUM (SEE SPORT PAGE FOR PARTICULARS) TKe COLLEGIAN. MARCH IN PARADE TODAY TONIGHT SEE BILLIES BATTLE TIGERS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1941 No. 3 ALL STUDENT PROGRAM OF PRE- GAME ACTIVITIES Pep Rally In Fine Arts Building Friday night at 7:45. All-Student Dance at Bowie White House following the Pep Rally. Street Painting at 12:00 Friday night following the Dance. Parade in downtown Brownwood t '.A onhmlay afternoon. Reception Hailed As Big Success Last Monday night October 13th a reception for all Daniel Baker students was held In the Fine Arts Building. As a climax to Fresh- man Day all freshmen girls brought dates who had been des- ignated by upperclasBmen. First a program was given in the auditorium. John Barton pres- ident of the student body was master of ceremonies. First on the program were Instrumental num- bers by Berlle Fallon and H. C. Burnett...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1941

PAGE TWO SATURDAY OCTOBER 18 1941 The COLLEGIA Entered ut lliu Post Officii lit llruwiiwuoil Toxin u.s mcoiiiI clans mall mutter. 1'iiMIhIiuiI weekly by llui students of D.mli'l llakir College t eMUuxs tliu unblasit uplnlim uf lliu Htllilelit l)cli to establish lilull sUiiulatils of conduct hcliolarslilp in id spoi tMiianslilli to oiicouriigp gri'iitu- interest ami participle- lion In all tcliool nellWllcs and to promote stluntjir cooperation between the students and lliu uiluilulslrntlun. KIJITUU HELEN PITTMAN BUSINESS EDITOR LYNN SMITH Editorial Edilciis -Ducky Davis anil Flunk Williamson Feature Editors -Frank Willluui'-iju Lou Wren Nellu June Wester ami Joy Shaw. spoils Editor George Gray Hopoitors--.luiio Schneider Toin Eplcy George tiray Mary Alice Mc- liclluuil Aluile Colo lllliui Mcflclluiid ami Joy Shaw. Juke Editor Mary Alice MeClollund Headline Edltorti Frank Williamson and Joy Sliuvv T.spists Minio Colo Virginia Klrhy.and Ola Kayo Trnnimoll Treasurer ami Exchange Editor ...

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