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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 September 1947

THE COLEGIAN Pago 3" '1 liiim -iiiiif Lorena Vincent and Billy Jo French Wed cMrs. Walter Helmecke with a white organdy cloth with a .deep flaunce. Mrs. Robert Mam served the cake and Miss Irene Griffin presided at the punch bowl. At the register was Mrs. James H. Sheppard Jr. and Mrs. Bill All- corn. Guests were received by Mrs. Helmecke Mrs. Branton the bride and bridegroom and Mrs. Owen. The bride is a graduate of Ran ger High School and Harris School nf Viivcini in Wnvfr. Wnvth. Sinf!R I 1 !... ... - .w-... her graduate she has been employ- ed as a surgical nurse at Brown- wood Memorial Hospital. The bridegroom attended Brown- wofld High School John Tarleton College and Daniel Baker College. MARGIE BRANTON BECOMES I reflected in the decorations. The BRIDE OF HAPPY HELMECKE ! three-tiered wedding cake centered ..J the bride's table which was laid Central Methodist Church Saturday evening August 23 Miss Majorie Branton daughter of Mrs. M. L. Branton became the bride of Wal- ter (H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 September 1947

THE COLEGIAN Page 4 SPORTS By Ovalee Glover A thrilling climax to the annual Homecoming of Daniel Baker Col- lege ex-students will be the foot- ball game Saturday night between the Hill Billies and the Panhandle Ok1a.) A & M College. This will be the first game since 1941 for a Tlnntnl Baker team and the first of the 1947 season for the football. fans of Brownwood and if prc- game predictions come true this season opener is due to attract one of the largest crowds of the year in the local High School Stadium. When Coach Cheater Weidman marches his team on the field Sat- urday night he will be making his debut us a college coach with a freshman team that is ulmost en- tirely lacking in college football exncricncG. Working with a group of former high-school sturs Coach Weiunan and assistant Coach Jack Allen have come up with a crew that has shown great promise in early season workouts. But the Hill Billie squad has not come this far without suffering it3 losses. The power in the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1947

?w yiw-j- THE COLLEGIAN 4 VOL. 38 Daniel Baker Chorus Reorganize Under Direction of Miss Hagopian HBk4Hi MISS ROXIE HAGOPIAN Deep in the strains of the Poli- naise from her chorus was Miss Roxie Hagopian one of the most interesting people on our campus. It was in this setting that Miss Hagopian gave me a glimpse of her fascinating life. Miss Hagopian was born in New York City and received her early education there. She attended the Oberlin Con- servatory of Music in Oberlin Ohio and received her degree of Bachelor of Music in 1925. Miss Hagopian won three schol- arships to the Julliard Graduate School of Music in New York City. She graduated from the Julliard School of Music and was then awarded a $2000 scholarship by this school to go to Dresren Ger- many for the study of opera. While in Germany she was given a contract to sing with the Civic Opera of Dusseldorf. She sang leading roles in The Flying Dutchman La Boheme Mignon and others. Upon returning to the United States Miss Hago...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1947

Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wool tl ridge Business Manager.. Frank Nix Society Editor Nelda Sessions Sports Editor Ovalee Glover Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Features Robert Lykins Dan Guthrie Ben Nomen Marion Connely Editorials Wray Post Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Pruitt AN EDUCATION By Joe Grantham It takes a great deal of couurage to go to college. Let uus consider the following classes. I. Ttte Poverty Stricken One of the main obstacles in the path to an eduueation is plainly and simply that some people don't have the money. Granted that it cost a lot of money to go to college but the problem is not totally withouut soluution. If one is independent yet "broke" most colleges will either allow him to work for his scholarship or he may find a part-time job. Many students arc attending college who couuldn't otherwise on the G. I. Bill of Rights. Hut here should be listed also the woulud-be student who has a dependent family; this is a proble...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1947

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1947

Page A THE COLLEGIAN Hill Billies Score 25-0 Victory Over Panhandle A&M in Homecoming Game By Collegian Reporter O. Glover Led by Bill Lambert who scored 20 points the Daniel Baker Hill Billies soared to an easy 20 to 0 victory over the Aggies from Okla- homa Panhandle A&M on Sept- ember 20. The Baker Billies scored early in the first period and played the Aggies to a 7 to 0 game until the half but in the third quarter Lambert scored again on a long pass from Conger to put the Hill Billies out in front 13-0. Conger opened the fourth quar- ter by returning an intercepted pass to the Aggies 17 and from there Dismuke scored on four drives against the Panhandle de- fense. A pass from Dismuke to t French's Beauty Shop Cosmetics Hair Cutting Hair Styling Permanent Waving Phone 1705 204 E. Anderson Denman Music Co Headquarters For Sheet Music Teaching Supplies i'ianos Organs Records Musical Accessories Complete Instrument Repair Ph. 2526 111 E. Baker SHOP AT THE NEW WAISMAN'S DEPT....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1947

s i THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIKI BAKEK COLLEGE HROWNWOOI) TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 7 1947 NUMBER S r Hillbillies Play Trinity Tigers Saturday Night In Second Home Game Of Season - &W(t - .-.& " .; '2.':j$ . i i JV M $. Jljftfs '' PB BSSSMRffiMMlCsyfr ffll aMWpB'WWP ?&fr ftk$ vjy 9HtiBlktffeH"Vr ... .fl .sMMsMMsMMisssBMiMMMlsssssw'ii u C pBIwRiMb iHBBBliH.1?' ' - vTiiHHPnfiKJLTBsiB iwlMl Hillbillie Gridder Suffers Leg Infection tar- Lloyd Wiseman bit; 205-pound Hill Billy tncklc from Gnrlund was hospitalized Monday afternoon with a leg infection thus dealing the Bjjly line a hard blow for the forth- coming game with Trinity Uni- versity. Wiseman was expected to be in the starting lineup next Suturday night against the Tigers as the Billies go into their second home game of the season. The leg infection was thought to be only a skin irritation and the doctors felt that Wiseman would be out of the hospital in two or three days. He may be able to get'Mnto the lineup by Suturday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR -- Roger Wooldridge Assistant Editor Robert Lyklns Business Manager Frank Nix Society Editor - - Noldn Sessions Sports Editor - ..- - Ovnlco Glover Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Features -Dun Guthrie Ren Somen Muri.'.n Connelly Ted Klrby Hnrrcll Thomas Editorials... - Wray Post Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Prultt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright TIME FOR A SHOWDOWN One remarkalilc argument made against labor legislation designed to correct the worst abuses of labor leaders drunk with power is that this would lead to more industrial strife and stir up dangerous discord within the country. If that is actually tha case the sooner we deal with it the better. If a few labor czars feel' that they can pit themselves against the government and the clearcut demands of the people it is time for a show down. No labor seriously proposed would destroy the real rights of the workingmun. None would deprive him of power to bargain for high...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN ; - 9 t 5y FASHIONS . . . -v The limelight of fashion which the gallant Casanvas of Daniel Ba- ker have Just stepped Into is of much importance to everyone on and off the campus. Yes sir! These fella's have certainly taken over with their protests of the hem- line. They even made the front page of the Bulletin this past week ' People who don't realize what this ulMmpartant crusade is about would no doubt think they were craiy or Retting that way fast. We should get used to this for our own good girls. If it is true that men's pants will be two inches above their ankles before long I guess we should willingly surren der. Some of the most talked ubout styles of the week arc the plaid knickers worn with various colored striped shirts. Mr. Tobcy and Mr. Day obtained the very new look with their bright green cocks and their corduroy punts. Everyone agrees that Mr. Starncs took the honors for the most attractive headgear. He wore a very pale green buthing cup which allowed b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1947

Hi HI THE COLLEGIAN DANIEL m m m m m m D. B. HILLBILLIES vs. TRINITY TIGERS i '' x. v r' v-"y"iw m 2 " . '" mr' ' 1-" - :tw. x . ' ''". Mm f V--W.. milA -"..VJ Hillbillie Lineup No. Name Pos. Wt. Class Home Town 66 Bill Lambert End 175 Freshman Brownwood 60 David .Wilson End 172 Freshman Gainesville 78 Bill Burch Tackle 105 Freshman Quanah 8C Lloyd Wiseman Tackle 205 Freshman Garland 72 Chester Tobey Guard 185 Freshman Brownwood 77 James Willingham Guard 200 Freshman Stephenville 13 Jerry Hamrick Center 100 Freshman Brownwood 22 Rosa Wilson Q.back 163 Freshman Brownwood 18 Jack Nichols Halfback 185 Freshman Garland 4-1 Corky Watkins Halfback 175 Freshman Quanah 11 Foy Dickinson Fullback 180 Freshman Brownwood -iV v; L '; y. S -. ' J ) -. . ' 'i - - ;..- .- ; . -;.;.... ; i I' AU ' ' V- ' - Y ;y; " .& i-rr'WyK rr- '- - p Tiger Lineup &&& S ;-: r Following is the probable start- ing lineup with their names positions weight und hometown for the Trinity Tigers in the gam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOO TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 14 1947 NUMBER 4 - Unique Half-Time Program Highlights Saturday Game An entertainment fcst arranged by Joe Grantham and Joe David Moore proved to be one of the most unusual modes of half-time filler yet devised in any college or unl- versity over tho nation. A group of male students dressed in gay 00's fashion appeared in a Model-T Ford furnished by the Weathorby Motor Company and Gurlun Frix's Maroon Buick Model 1032. These vehicles banked a platform decor- ated with blue and white crepe on which tho entertainment took place. Master of ceremonies was Wray Post whose opening speech ran as follows: "Ladies and gentlemen you are witnessing the younger genera- tion's version of the older genera- tion when they were the younger generation. For the benefit of those who are in the dark as to the pur- pose of our attire we should like it known that we have dedicated ourselves to the cause of bringing up women's skir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wooldrldge Assistant Editor Robert Lykins Business Manager Frank Nix Society Editor. Neldu Sessions Sports Editor . Ovulee Glover Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Features Dan Guthrie. Hen Nomen Harrcll Thomas Editorials Circulation Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Growls From The Bell Tower Borrow Books From State Library Without Charge 1 you like to help me catch UKCENT ADDITIONS TO THE omy my flMnCl Well I sec STATR RA RYg C0LLEC. i md is nt truthfully I didn t TIOPCS. Tho following hook wnv HY K. WOOLDRIDGS Would up on r your punt iruiniuiiy t man i Ti0NS. The following books may really think it made a great deal bc borrowcu from tho TcXa9 stato of difference whether I had any It ii.. a..h i. .. M..ii..f rMarian'ConnclIy Ted Klrby f"h" tlnu? in thc ?'lBrnT or of Texas without charge. Borrow- as oth.c5 u C.m' cnuht " f"h' 80ors pay postage both ways (a few ....Wray Post Joe Grantham " ! . " Wu " cmU) ... .....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN Meet The Faculty . -stssm. . ;S ' V ' i PROP. SAMUEL THOMPSON Professor Samuel Bernard Thompson B. A. M. A. PhD. Minister Educator Scholar and Author. With this long imposing list it would seem that Dr. Thomp- son has done and is still doing enough to keep a man busy for a long time yet we could udd more titles to that fine list und use It as an example of the work and de- votion necessary to become a credit to the teaching profession. Starting out at an early age Prof. Thompson has devoted his life to the pursuit of knowledge and the better means of inflicting learning upon hard-working stu- dents. The followers of his cour- ses will bear witness to the success of his plans. He is and will be as long as he remains here one of the most popular of the teaching staff one that has the reputation of "learning you" in n painless way. Scholastically Prof. Thompson had the same trouble which quite a few of us run into. He just couldn't decide what his major would be and just ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN SCHOOL DAYS By DWIG i D. A SPORTS YOUNG'S CAFE WHERE distinguished people meet and eat MEXICAN FOOD LUNCHES DINNER PARTIES Western Auto Associate Store 108 North Center Ave. Telephone 5915 BROWNWOOD TEXXAS Ramsey Loudermilk Cleaners ONE DAY SERVICE ALL WORK GUARANTEED Across The Street From Hotel Main BROWNWOOD TEXAS FORTUNE'S STUDIO (Formerly Walton Studio) 302 Fisk Corner at East Ie Phone 7589 Brownwood Texas See Us For Fine Portraits Annual Pictures Kodak Finishing Copies of Old Photos Photostats ' Map Reproduction ASK THE BOYS WHO BLY WITH WHITE FLY1NGG SERVICE About Instruction Under The G. I. Bill CESSNA 120 140 RIDES 81BCCSSSS01B1tt16SSSXS 606 Austin SOUTHSIDE LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING Phone 2024 WJsii Wfciyiii ilwWw PEERLES DRUG COMPANY WALLGREEN SYSTEM DRUG STORE 201 W. Broadway BROWNWOOD TEXAS rv-ttti ?fi Let Us Finance Your New Automobile and Properly Take Care of Your iMnram RHulrimmts LOWEST KATES Automobile Loam Real Eitate Insurance SHcu Imiuiici Agincy B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1947

h n THE COLLEGIAN Zl tM .V VOL. 38 Work Continues On Student Union The Student Union Building now in its third week of construc- tion is rapidly ncaring completion. Even though it is not scheduled for use for several weeks its structure is progressing with amazing rapidity. The Hill Billie Bookstore locat- ed in the east wing received the first of its fixtures Thursday a coke machine. School supplies and miscellaneous items are arriv- ing daily. Windows window glasses the roof and the north and south en- trances have been completed und carpenters are now devoting their time to the interior dividing the buildings into the many different rooms it will contain. This building which joins the McClelland Memorial Library is being constructed from surplus buildings from Camp Bowie. Dr. Tom Cunningham Visits Campus; AttendsFootballGame Dr. Tom Cunningham ex-professor at Daniel Baker made a sur- prise visit to the campus Friday morning and accompanied students on the special bus to the South...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wooldrldge Assistant Editor Robert Lyklns Business Manager. Frank Nix Society Editor Neldn Sessions Sports Editor Ovnlce Glover Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Features Dan Guthrie Ben Nomen Marian Connelly Ted Klrby Harrcll Thomas Editorials Wray Post Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright EDITORIAL SIX FORMULAS FOR GETTING AHEAD Hard work will probably bring you no business success unless it is seen by the boss in the opinion of Philip Reed chairman of the board of the General Electric Company who feels that luck plays an im- portant part in any personal success story. One of six of America's top business executives whose formulas for getting ahead in business arc published in the October issue of Cos- mopolitan magazine Reed doesn't hold with Emerson's theory that the world will beat a path to the door of the man who makes a better mousetrap. "Make sure that your work is noticed" he says...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN ndMlGoob LIVING OUR RELIGION Lesson for October 28th 1947 GOLDEN TEXT: "Pnlth If it hath not works is dead." James 2: 17. Lesson Text: James 1: 3 S; 2327; 2: 14-20. With this lesson we ore be- ginning; a series of studies from the epistlo of James. Just who this James was is not absolutely known many have assumed that he was James the half- brother of Jesus who later be- came one of the outstanding lead- ers of the early Christian chnrch. It was to James that Paul reported from time to time of the work he was doing. When people speak of practical Christianity they often refer to the epistle of James as the source of their material. In the epistle are four main themes as follows: 1. The value of practice as op- posed to mere theory. 2. The plea for justice and a-espoct for the poor. 3. The danger of evil speech. 4. The need for humility and sin cerity. The One Volue Commentary suggests: "If we approach the study of it (James) from the right point of view not regarding i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1947

vitsr- THE COLLEGIAN D. B spoitrs A More-Powerful Hill Billy Squad Will Face Brook Army Team Saturday M. . . for Ike ONE THOUSANDTH and THIRD timet NO I AM HOT KAY KYSERl" met on cm Br MARGARET COBB f With one more out-of-town game WHEN Sally Carter spied the to play this season the Daniel crisp green of the bill lying Baker Hill Sillies dug their cleats against the white of the Mtwalk nto tho training turf Monday de- EE&SffXt termined to win their remaining baby carriage and swooped down road campaign when they meet upon it the Comets of Brooke Army Mcdi- "Look Richey look!" she cried cal Center in San Antonio Saturday happily to the cheerful bright-eyed night. boy In the carriage. "A'ten-dollar ! Tho Hill Billies still show evl- blU a real brand new ten-dollar' denco of the crippling encounter bill. I found it myself and I can ' xvitH the knce-and-clbow artists of spend It any way I please!" j Trinity University but by the time Turning the carriage briskly to rt. ; they board ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN 'V- t Ms' VOL. 38 Tenor Anthony Palazzo To Appear At DBC Soon Something to look forward to November 17 will be a presenta- tion of Anthony Pulazzo tenor with Jacob Baras at the piano in the Daniel Baker Auditorium. Stu- dents will be admitted on their ac- tivity cards. Following is a review of the life and accomplishments of Mr. Palazzo. Prom New York's "Little Italy" a singing voice has emerged as one of today's "foremost singer of songs of the people." Whether lie sings Italian arias and folk songs of the country of his parents the popular German licder he learned in Germany or the songs of this country audiences havo been very enthusiastic. Even as a youth Palazzo thrilled thousands of people at picturesque i street festivals in. the Italian sec- tion of New York City with the very same Italian songs that ho uses on his program today. Edward Johnson general man- ager of the "Metropolitan" heard Palazzo several times unci encour- aged him in taking up a serious music...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN 1C tr THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roffcr Wooldrldge Assistant Editor Robert Lykins Business Manager Frank Nix Society Editor Nelda Sessions Sports Editor - Ovalee Glover Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Features. Dan Guthrie Marian Connelly Ted Klrby Harrell Thomas Editorials Wray Post Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright A SENSE OF VALUES Thn nrnhfom atntcil is this: what is my sense of values? The questions arise: what are my aims? Why do I go to college? Why study a certain course? Why try for a specific degree? Each of us must answer these questions for himself; each of us is motivated differently. But each of us has the right answer for himself; for haven't we all the same aim basically? College life properly entails activities other than scholastic. Snortlnc- events social functions fraternities and sororities student self-government and class plays all contribute culturally to the cur- t I .. A I .. I. 1 A.... u A. ...

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