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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1941

BILLIES SPORTS GO BILLIES! Vol. XXXVI Saturday October 18 1941 No. 4 Billies and Tigers Clash in Conference Tilt nr V mm Hill Billie Bull By "HUTCH" Lhhi week In this column we stressed tliu football knowledge to ihi- average full. Huve you learned anything new or more Interesting nltoiit the game during the past week? If not wo suggest you talk lo some of the White House hoys. It will help you leurn more about lootlmll mid the boys that pluy mid It will help them to know that you are Interested In them and their game. Just what Ih school spirit? Can you define It? No and I don't think you will find anyone who can give you Hie true definition of school spliit. Now I will try to give you my definition of this elusive thing. School spirit is- not something that Is heard or seen but you can sure feel It. If you've ever experi- enced this you know what I mean. At a great number of schools where they stress school spirit and cuter one of their pep rallies you will heur lots of noise but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1941

tF 5 Society The Collegian PAGE FOUR SATURDAY OCTOBER 11 1M1 Freshman Dag In Baker Is Colorful Event Last Monday October 18th was "Fish Day" In Baker. For one day at least the freshmen were the centers of attention. Not that they didn't warrant the attention for they did. Yes slr-ee. Never has Baker had a cuter and more orig- inal bunch of "greenles". (Course that's what is said every year about the freshmen but) those freshmen really put on the rag and we do mean rags. The girls in black cotton stockings red ' garters short gathered skirts colorful blouses and Oay Ninety hair-dos were enough to make the hearts of any Baker boy palpitate a little faster. Then the barefooted boys In overalls red bow ties and fish caps reminded all girls of their childhood Romeos. The chapel program was hand- led by freshmen entirely. Dorothy Jean Oalnes did her part with a Jitterbug number; Ruth Salinas and Frances Garsa throwing in a duet vocal. Then all freshmen filed slowly across the stage indivi...

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

Sadie Hawkins tay To Be Observed Next Saturday The collegian: DRESS AS DAISY MAE AND GET YOUR MAN! MAYOR OP DOGPATCH TO BE ELECTED FRIDAY OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1941 No. 5 WHO'S WHO Selections Are Announced Tentative Plans Call For All- Student Celebration Sat. Night Next Saturday Sndlo Hawkln'a Day will reign supremo through out the nation. All over the United States high schools colleges and universities will celebrate this event with a turn-about of the usual custom ot boys chasing girls; and girls will chase boys for a change. The Daniel Baker observance will begin Friday morning in chap- el when a Mayor of Dogpatch (of- ficial name for Daniel Baker that day) will be elected by popular vote. The honorable Mayor will serve as chief official on Sadie tlawkin'B Day. rs.Utirdny morning no one must show up on the D. B. campus un- it's ..liquet! in typical Dogpatch uk. : lie tslrls barefo...

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

PAGE TWO SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1941 The COLLEGIA Bnttrtd at the Post Office at Urownwood Texa aa second claia mall matter. Published weekly by the etudenta of Daniel inker College to expreea the unblaad opinion of the etudent body to eitabliih 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 EDITOll HELEN P1TTMAN BUSINESS EDITOR LYNN SMITH Editorial Editors Ducky Davis and Prank Williamson Feature Editors Frank Williamson Lou Wren Nella Juno Wester and Joy Shaw. Sports Editor George Gray Reporters June Schneider Tom Eploy 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 .. Murlo Colo Virginia Kirby and Ola Faye Trammell Treasurer and Exchange Editor Murle Cole Photographer Tom Epley Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen ...

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

I DBC BILLIES SPORTS SEE BILLIES PLAY TWC NEXT FRIDAY Win Tickets to Theatres by Predicting Games Vol. XXXVI Saturday November 1 1941 No. 5 MAY PLAY TWC NEXT WEEK t w iW Hill Billie Bull "By "BUTCH"- Well the boys dropped two more garnet. NewsT No repeated hiatory. I think It's getting to be a regular habit with the boys to lose. It looks like you boys at the White House could show more fight and a little more consistent playing. Have you noticed we have a goat? At least John Barton has a goat. The goat you all saw In the parade before the Trinity game Is John's goat. Now we wants a good name for It and If any of youse guys or gals have any Ideas John would appreciate them. Write your suggestions on a slip of paper and leave them at the Collegian office. Another thing this week we are sponsoring a forecasting con- test for you tans. For all details see the article concerning It on 'this page. Next Saturday November 8 the Collegian staff Is sponsoring a See as for Better Food Bargain...

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

Society The Collegian PAGE FOUR SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 1941 SOS Has Hallowe'en Eve Dance; Informality Keynote The SOS had an Informal party Thursday night Oct. 30. at tat home of Virginia Gregory. Dancing and gamea were enjoy- ed by all. Those present were George Gray and June Baker Ola Faye Tram- mel and Noel Cutnminga Mary Ann Mclnnls and M. B. Fllppln Vir- ginia Gregory and Ferrol Tucker June Schneider and Lamoln Wright Betty Riley and Ruaty Dooley Athene Lewis and Richard Vaughn Nella June Wester and Coggin Pledges to "Show Off" Fri. Next Friday November 7th will be Coggin Day on the D. B. camp- us. Each year a special day Is des- ignated by the upper Cogglns at the day for pledges to dress In ridiculous costumes present a chapel program for the student body and go through Informal initiation that night. After sur- viving this if a pledge Is still desirable as a Coggin member he is usually treated to a more gen- tle type of Initiation. Coggin pledges this year are Murle Cole Wanda ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1941

HOMECOMING DAY NEXT SATURDAY The COLLEGIAN PICNIC ON CAMPUS TODAY AT NOON COME "OUT" TO SADIE HAWKINS PARTY TONIGHT AT GYM OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1941 No. 6 BOYS November 15- Homecoming Ceoi'Ki; Allcori) president of the Daniel Baker Ex-Students' Asso- ciation recently unnounced that Sulmduy November lfi will be homecoming day tor graduates and ex-students of the college. '"The invltutlons have been mailed" lie suld. The program for the day has been planned for ex-students as well us for students now attend- ing Dunlel Baker. George Allcorn Is from Zephyr. Lust year lie wus elected president of the Association succeeding Weldon Chambers of Muy. J. D. Stulcup from Cleburne Is vlce- pi osldeut. Mrs. Wultur Helmecke Jiinviiwtioil is Hccrutury for the second consecutive year. Severn) uiiiln events are sched- uled tor the day. Among these are u Saturday morning coffee gen- em! assuuibly in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1941

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1141 PAGE TWO The COLLEGIAN nUrsd at the Pott Office at liruwnwood Texas as second class mall matttr. Published weekly by the atudenta of Daniel Baker Collage to express the unblaad opinion of the student body to establish high standard! of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the atudenta and the administration. ED1TOH HELEN PITTMAN BUSINESS EDITOR NYAL SMITH Editorial Edltora Ducky Davis and Frank Williamson Feature Edltora Frank Williamson Lou Wren Nella June Welter and Joy Shaw. Sports Editor George Gray Reporters Juno Schneider Tom Epley George Gray Mary Alice Mc- Clelland Murle Cole Dlinn McClelland ttnd Joy Shaw. Joke Editor Mary Alice McClelland Typists ....... Murle Cole Virginia Klrby and Ola Faye Trammell Treasurer and Exchange Editor Murle Cole Photographer Tom Epley Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Mall Clerk Joy Shaw Subscrip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1941

BILLIES SPORTS t See Billies Win Tickets to Theatres by Predicting Games Play Southwestern lay Ne ext Saturday Vol. XXXVI Saturday November 8 1941 No. 6 HOMECOMING GAME NEXT WEEK Hill Billie Bull "By "BUTCH"- Haven't you boys at the White House heard the question of the year? The Student Body hai ask this over and over "Why can't the boys click?" Is It the coach the material the spirit or what have you." First the coach; the coach seems to know his stuff or does he? Second the material; we seem to have some good material. Third the spirit; we seem to have some team spirit or do we? T ? T T T ? We wonder If the current rumor "the boys Just don't five a "hoot" Is true. OR Is It the fact that the coach was hired TOO late to turn out a good team. OR is It the fact that the better players left before the season opened because of the accommodations offered at the White House. We really wonder??? One thing can be said the stu- dent body has not got the spirit it really should have. They co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1941

Society The Collegian PAGE FOUR SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1941 COGGIN PLEDGE DAY Composed by Dick Alford a Coggin with the help of her landlady Mrs. Bob Mayfield Don't know if I can make a speech or not My nerves is all on edge. You know this is Initiation Day And I'M a Coggin Pledge. They got my hair in sixteen plaits Green ribbon. Can you beat it? And this old shadow stuff on my eyes- I wish they had to cat it. How would you like to wear old straw shoes With your feet all painted black? An old lamp shade on your head While they laugh behind our back? Another thing that huits me so Just what do you suppose? We go right down Coggin Avenue Rolling peanuts with our nose. I'll tell you these long-handles scratch Think I'll throw mine in a well. I'm gonna bum this old plaid blouse Coggins can go to ! Chapel if they want to see Some bright ted undetwear. But I like the whole blamed bunch so much That I'll take the wear and teai. I'm glad that I'm a Coggin pledge By heck I'll stay on top. I'll ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 November 1941

bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV sssV The COLLEGIAN. NO PUBLICATION NEXT WEEK THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HOLIDAYS Volume XXXVI GAME Leads Billies Leading the Ulllios In their final ;nnu' of the season tonight Is "ntrss" Fntu. A four year player with the Billies Putu halls front Comnnche. One or the best liked boys on the campus "Eggs" will nlso be playing his last football name for Baker when he goes on the field tonight to meet the Pi- rates. DBC Girls Win Poppy Selling Contest By HELEN PITTMAN "Wanta' buy n poppy mister?" This was the question asked time after time by Daniel Jlakor girls In the business suction of Brownwood on Armistice Day. And time utter time with few ex- ceptions this wuh the answer: "Sure glud to help the veter- uns out. How much?" "Anything above u dimo you wish to contribute" was the re- ply. And back again came the ut- most consistent answer: "Here's u quarter here fifty cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 November 1941

PAGE TWO SATURDAY NOVEMBER IB 1141 The collegian; Batered at the Post Office at Urownwootl Texan at second' clan mall matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Uaker College to cxpreia the unblaad opinion of the atudent body to eitabllah high etandarda of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation betweon the students and the administration. EDITOR QUOKOB OKAY BUSINESS EDITOR NYAL SMITH Editorial Edltora Ducky Duvls uud Frank Williamson Feature Editors Frank Williamson Lou Wren Nella June Wester and Joy Shaw. Sports Editor George Gray Reporters Juno Schneider Tom Epley George Gray Mary Alice Mc- Clelland Murle Cole Ullnn McClelland uud Joy Shaw. Joke Editor Mary Alice McClelland Typists . Murle Cole Virginia Klrby and Ola Fayc Trammell Treasurer and Exchange Editor Murle Cole Photographer Tom Epley Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Mail Clerk Joy Shaw Subscription ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 November 1941

BILLIES SPORTS See Billies Play Southwestern Tonight Win Tickets to Theatres by Predicting Games Vol. XXXVI Saturday November 15 1941 No. 7 BILLIES MEET PIRATES TONIGHT t it Hill Billie Bull "Bjr "BUTCH"" After mlsBlng every game to far this season the Billie will mak ethelr last attempt of the year when they battle the South- western University Pirates tonight at 7:45 In the B. H. S. stadium. The Billies at present occupy the bottom notch of this year's con- ference standings with the Plr- utes two spaces above. If ever was the time for loyal Baker support- ers to pray for a break tonight is the time. In this game the odds on the Billies are more favorable than they have been In any previ- ous bout this season. So Billie backers if you would like to hear the old bell ring for the first time in a couple of years get with the boys tonight and keep your fin- gers crossed. Who knows? It's pos- sible anyway. The Billie lads have as a whole done a fair Job this year. True See as for Bett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 November 1941

PAGE FOUR SATURDAY NOVEMBER 15 1941 Joel Jeaaie Phillip's 66 Station 1508 Aastla Ate. Prof. Holloway: What happen when the human body Is Immersed In water 7 Co-ed: The telephone rings. Chaser ED HAWORTH BARBER SHOP Haircut 2Tc 309 Fisk COGGIN AVE. DRUG For Your Drug and Fountain At Third and Coggln REMINGTON RAND TYPEWRITERS Sales Service Supplies M. R. Bowden Agent Mt East Raker Dial 4116 BROWNING NOUTHSIDE LAUNDRY Phono 2624 Majestic Barber Shop ' Across from High School TOM BYRD SOUTHSIDE CLEANERS Phone 2624 Swartz Eat Shop Across from High School DeLUXE Barber Shop 103 West Broadway WELCOME EXES KEY'S JEWELRY & LOAN CO. See Us for Your Christmas Gifts Harper's Appliance Store Dial 2607 207 Flak OTIS MATLOCK BARBER SHOP 204 West Broadway GARNER HEALER I FRANKLIN MOTOBCO. Smart Ladies' Apparel Sports Wear Dresses DeSot. and PIymouth LJ and Packard Service 'il9 Center Phono Cp39 I L Beiii "& Gtbba W. M THE LADIES' STORE" SHIRTS LAUNDERED 10c SHAWS Laiadir Dry Cleaning Phone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 November 1941

The COLLEGIAN 22 SHOPPING DAYS 'TILL CHRISTMAS BILLIE GAGERS OPEN SEASON OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1941 Volume XXXVI No. 8 Growls From the Doghouse By GEORGE GRAY As I sit here trying to concen- trate the bones are rattling and the chips are clinking against each other and the language is what you would expect to hear it you entered a 'Honky Tonk' in the days of the California gold rush. Unlike a newspaper office the typewriters are not clicking and popping but the sound of a lone machine is disturbing the clear crisp air of this typical Autumn day. However the lone survivor rushes out the door the atmos- phere Is disturbed by the soulful wuus of his less lucky companions. And now that the office is a bit cleared we shall attempt to write this column. Muybe I urn a bit out of order but I would like to see a more friendly attitude toward our big bully friends across the tracks the dobbcrs. While on bot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 November 1941

PAGE TWO SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1941 The COLLEGIA tared at the Post Office at brownwood Texas a second class mall matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Maker College to expreie the unblaed opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest und participa- tion la all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. KDITOK GEORGE OKAY BUSINESS EDITOR NYAL SMITH Editorial Editors Ducky Davis and Frank Williamson Feature. Editors Frank WllliuniHon Lou Wron Nella June Welter and Joy Shaw. Sports Editor Tom Epley Reporters June Schneider Tom Eplcy Mury Alice McClelland Murle Cole Bllnn McClelland Joy Shaw und Virginia Gregory. Joke Editor . Mary Alice McClelland Typists Murle Cole Virginia Klrby and Ola Faye Trammcll Treasurer and Exchange Editor Murle Cole Photographer Tom Epley Faculty Advisor Mm. Helen Post Wright Mall Clerk Joy 8uaw Subscription (Mai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 November 1941

BILLIES SPORTS Basketeers Open Season on December 5 Attend Opening Basketball Game Friday Night Vol. XXXVI Saturday November 29 1941 No. 8 BAKER OPENS BASKETBALL SEASON t Hill Billie BuU "By "BUTCH"- Another football season gone another game lost another cellar conference completed for the Bil- lies. While this season made many people disappointed to say the least with the Baker team; the facts that we had a team com- prised almost entirely of freshmen that we had a new coach who was new to collegiate football tactics that many of our performers were injured for duration of the early and hardest games; for these and many other reasons the Baker squad has not been at their best and do not justly deserve the ab- solute condemnation that is gen- erally accorded them. We feel sure hope at least that next season will bring a change In our stand- ing. Thanks for the response given to our question about intermural sports. We feel certain that the uiiHwers given express the opinion of the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 November 1941

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

s The COLLEGIAN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1941 No.t Billies Win First Basketball Came Growls Prom the Doghouse Br OEORGE GRAY The noiie has lort'a quietened down around the old doghouse the past week. There has been no rat- tle or clink to disturb the Indus- trious (?) newshawks In the Im- mediate vicinity of our distinctive office. Only the click and pop of the typewriters the soothing strains of a dance band and cheery greetings of the dancing couples as they slide past our desk. Well anyway we are going to attempt to write you an Inter- esting column this week. The main topic Is going to be basketball. What do you or the average student know about basketball? Nothing It seems. For us you all can see there Is never much Interest shown by the average student for basket ball. This should not be. Basket- ball Is a much more Interesting sport than football. No? Well do you know that even tho...

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

SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1941 PAGE TWO The COLLEGIA Entered at tho l'ost Offlco at Uiownwood Texus a second clan mall matter. Published weekly by tho students of Danlnl Uakcr College to express the unbilled opinion of tliu student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship ami xporlsinnnshlp to uiicotiniKu Rrcatur Interest and partlelpar Hon In all sihool actlWtlcB and to piomotu stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. EDITOR GEORGE GRAY BUSINESS EDITOR NYAL SMITH Edlloriul Edltois Ducky Duvls nnd Prank Williamson Fuatuiu Edltois I-'iaulc Williamson Lou Wren Nella June Welter nml Joy shtiw. M Spoils Editor Tom Epley Hepoiteis-Juno Schni'idcr Tom Epley Mury Alice McClelland Murle Cole Minn MtClelluiiU Joy Shaw and Virginia Gregory. Joko Editor - - Mary Alice McClelland Typists Murle Cole Vltfilulu Klrby and Ola Fayo Trummell Treasurer mid Exchange Editor Murlo Cole Photographer Tom Epley Fuculty AiUhor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Mail Cleik Joy 8httW Subs...

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