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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN 4 '? tr - t BELL TOWER TALES We've heard about the eternal triangle but in this ease it seems to bo a friendly circle with "Dog" Willlngham Poy Dickinson and Jack Woods revolving around Sweetheart Candidate Mary Ellen Winn. We wonder who should have top billing. Speaking about Foy Dickinson reminds us that he's been seen lately with a Jane Newton a cute little lass from New Mexico and a future Baker ite we hope. We ned to raise the percentage of women on the campus. Have heard Joan Conlisk men- tion a certain "Sam" lately. The Baker boys seems to be slipping in favor of an off-campus boy. Someone is missing a good bet here. An orchid to a cute little chick by name of Patsy Byrom. News reaches us that a few boys at the Santa Fe dorm have failed to appreciate her. Don't worry Patsy we're pulling for you. We have it from a very reliable source that Garlan has sworn off. (Going with girls!) Well actions speak louder than words. Betty Griggs is very often in the com- pany o...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 October 1947

THE COLLEGIAN Presidents On Parade The jovial mathematician and President of the Junior Class is Sherron Lee. Near Placid Texas on August 9 1923 this mathematician was born. For his first four years of schooling he went to a country school called "Cowboy". Then ho went to Rochellc for his other seven years of school graduating from Rocheile High School in 1941. In the fall of 1041 he started to Daniel Baker and continued in Daniel Baker until midterm 1943 when his college education was in- terrupted by the war. Sherron went to the Army on January 19 1943. He was assign- ed to the Air Corps. He took his basic training at Kesslcr Field Mississippi and was sent from there to Colorado State College of Education where he attended an Engineering and Operational Cleri- cal school for two months. After leaving there he spent about three months at Jefferson Barracks Missouri. He was then sent to Fort Lawton Washington. On August 14 1943 he sailed for An- chorage Alaska. There he was assigned...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1947

COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. 5 1947 1 NUMBER THE V&) 2 Co-eds Eagerly Sadie Hawkins By the almost unanimous ap- proval of tho student body and the assenting vote of the student senate; the week of November 10th to the 15th is numed as Sadie Haw- kins Week. In order to give the co-eUs u chance to subdue the largest possible number of the weaker sex (for this week only!); it wus decided thut we would huvo a Sadie Hawkins Week instead of just one duy. During this timu the campus male will behave like n hunted animal constantly on the look-out for roving females and ready to protect himself at all times. He will avoid feminine companionship on all possible occasions and dis- courage such practices as holding hands and dancing check to check. In order to insure an adequate supply of dates for everyone each girl is required to have ut leust three dates during this week. Of course for the protection of the males certain iuIcs will have to bu obs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN UlUMktfalMa THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - - - Roger Wooldrtdge 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 Kirby Harrell Thomas SMItnrlala Wrav Post. Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Prultt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Meditation By C. A. MANGHAM To every soul there openeth A way and ways and The Way The High soul goes the High Way And the Low Soul gropes the Low And in between on the mighty Flats The rest drift to and fro. man there IIESTIONS AM ANSWERS Q. During what period must a World War II veteran have served to become eligible for the educa- tional benefits of the GI Bill of Rights? Fifty Years Nimtint In CMStNCtilR if Liki I'WMd In answer to the four-fold de- mand of a better domestic and in- dustrial water supply irrigation flood control and recreation and after more than fifty years plan- A. Fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1947

i-ifgrr' twr - L ; J L -. .1 i. 4 ? y 1 "iiMMMMMMHMtoilgtfMHIMMMMMiMiHMHMBM Bell Tower Teles) Well oft to another batch flirt. ffMMfl.allnavltiav mmA s1at you. If anything I ..Id about JfJ than . avcrtge ne ot Pcture you this time that you don't Uke lM ! u. please five me a ten .eeond warn-' J beJn "th' Dark " Inr as I have one suitcase and three J8!; nera)..t.rU today at trunks to pack before leaving town. B?we'u e m1arluee "" Now for the dirt Jno fourth teanln& of Humphry ow ror the dirt. and Lauwn Baca Jn r Have you lucky people met the tense tale from a novel by David three jumping jacks of the dorml- Goodis. Ever since to Have' and tory namely Betty Wiese Anna Have not fans have looked forward Belle Harwell) and Betty Ellis? to Pictures with this popular man If you haven't seen them in action "fJS Sam AV . h.v. M.i mi...j .ni I n the first few reels the samo you have realy missed something technlquo is used as in Lady in Jack Carswells' boys really the Lake; the camera tell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN Bits Hill KNOW YOUR BILLIES I JS M-0 S ft w lELl )il I - - mum jiJ F&r&fiwmi1mm IP .nJinj w - . 1 bkkHPJHbkkkH ' J&&fxmJi&yt tmt'wMLjzmJmaMmMr'1E3m SBBBBBBBBBliSBB iliillll SjMlft HIIW HRi yBHb aMi3'WHSPByR?lBMP'Wlu2IB: v BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSF 'MBSSSSSSS) BBSSSSSSS??2BBSSSSSSSK .iBSSSSSSi fABBBBBBBBBvr".BT7ferMeBB:mfPft BHBS & hBRM at K 91 ft SBRaW Sa BBV BBT ''i LaaaWP-laKilBI aLsllV''' -'jLBBal TwmKmmtmmrlm iBfllWr rfwawPBr !iiJMa1ffil8EMatt.JU. HK. "BV:; asawr ''lisVLlB h .Ja&rflBKsiiNiXiiidi -TriCm ; ..! tT v ;;.. Pfpf& 7zSr xm "t jlT' ySMa IrTWy iWLiL-Wliyi ! V mH ICMmMMuM! j'!ijB 'wbVh jHbH 's.jj-' 'lly 'jiwjHk .HyNi jiwMBPlfi BWfcr- BBBBBBImmiBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI l2&3zj4mi&fa BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB i iiiw GEORGE DAY George Day husky well-built center for Daniel Baker wears number 81. Tipping the scales at 182. George received most of his experience playing football with . . . the Brownwood High Lions. from Brownwood H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. 12 1047 NUMBER 8 Seven Students Qualify For Who's Who In American Colleges Seven students selected for rec- ognition in the 1047-48 edition of WHO'S WHO AMONG STU- DENTS IN AMERICAN UNI- VESITIES AND COLLEGES were presented to the student body by Dr. Mcndenhall in Assembly Nov- ember 4. These students arc Jock Allen Senior Class senator and Business Manager of the Trail; Ray Barnett president of the Stu- dent Association; Curolyn Booker Senior Class secretary; Marian Connelly Junior Class sccrctury; Virginia Forson Collegian staff member; Slurron Lee Junior Class president; and Joe David Moore Junior Class senator. Kay Harnett sophomore is presi- dent oi mo stU'.l.'iu hoi and maj- oring in business administration. Ho is a member of the A.O.F. Veterans Club Student Christian Association and the Press Club. Ray is a veteran of World War II and one of the survivors of the Satan death march. Marian Connelly junior...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 November 1947

V THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR... Roger Wooldridgo 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 Kirby Hurrcll Thomas J her Editorials Wruy Tost Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Prultt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright LEND A HELPING HAND It is nbout time someone gave n hand with the decoration of the goal posts and the stands before gnmetimc. There is just one more game before the season ends and it is hoped that sonic students reading thin will lend a helping hund. It lins been customary for the cheer leaders to take it on them- selves to sec that the goal posts arc decorated and they have been spending the entire aftrnoon doing a job that could be easily completed in forty-five minutesif they had some help. If you have ever bothered to notice that our colors nre displayed At The Movies BY KICIIAKD GREEN Deep Valley...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN -if All the new evening dresses oro ns much fun as the holidays ahead. You'll love the handspan waist they give you and the knowledge that in any one of them you're twice as pretty. Some of you like what's brand' INCIDENTALLY BY MOONBY L Although the theory of remote control has been known to leading Electronic engineers for almost hulf a century stlfl the best results By HENRY 8UTER JONATHAN LANGDON waited pa W HillM MVUI1IU ui uiuuiuuu WVUIIt -.. V..II1 -.1 ll !! At- r In McLaughton's Jewelry store. "" uure uic iwiiewcngui He was one of the store's oldest drc88 8 rmal ns any long even- clerks quiet dependable efficient. W drew. Its skirt stops short of He was pondering over something y"' Bnk'" which gives you that this morning and his fellow clerk feeling of prima-ballcrina grace. Philip Smart in charge of the watch Yoi " co it more and more this repair section speedily observed It. winter nt formal dances and at "I'm wondering about the old dress-up parties at your ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN Daniel Baker Meets East Texas Baptist In Final Game The Daniel Baker Hill Billies will bring their 1047 football cam paign to a close Saturday night when they meet the East Texas Baptist Colic no Tigers in the local i high school stadium. i In the Southwest Conference it The meet with East Texas will bo looks like Southern Methodist Unl- the eighth game of the year for versity has the inside track on the Daniel Baker and the Hill Billies I championship. With the "Long- will be trvinir hard for their last horns" of Texas University and time to outscorc their rivals and bring tho season to a close with a record of two wins against six losses. With a decisive weight advantage in both the line and backficld the Bukcritos may well shake fro the Bengals the fruit of shake from the Bengals the fruit of Through October 31 the East Texas eleven Had failed to earn a single decision over their oppon- ents however they have tied twice by Naval Air Station DallaB and Louisana Colle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1947

Billies Crush East Texas Baptist Tigers 22-0 In Last Game of Season THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. 19 1947 NUMBER 9 - March of Presidents JBeBSsBflflflflflflflKii'l SSSSSSSSSSSJPSSH ''&fcJ&' - : mm ' Mm ' ' j1 BBB Tmmmmmp' M "'' : '-aIBbbV BBBBBBI DELL RAY THOMAS Dark soft-spoken and one of the best-groomed males on the Daniel Dakcr Campus is Dell Ray Thomas pro-medicul student (dentnl) and president of the sophomore class. Dell Rny is a local boy born in Brownwood and a B.H.S. graduate of 1039. An ardent football fan Thomas is a veteran of three successful years on the grid-field during his high school days and held the half- back position for the Hill Billies in 1940 before he dropped out to do war-construction work. As a sophomore in high school he played quarterback for the "B" team and lettered on the Lion "A" string during his junior year and was moved to the position of blocking beck for his senior year. He entered Daniel Bak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Assistant Editor DusuicBB iiHti.' -- - v'li b i Sparta Editor'""""' ."..' -"-"" ..." ."." .II".Ova!ee Olov!" Fashion' Editor""".."".. 'J-- "" ""..T. Dorothy Clements Features. Dan GuthriV.'MuriVn Connelly Ted Kirby Harrell Thomas Editorials Winy Post Joe Grantham r'lrKiilntinn Mutt Pruitt FncSy spVnso;:..::::::::::::::. ".... ""M"viiWn iSff wSfi UatalMjkas M.I m m mm EX-STUDENT LETTER The following is u re-print or a letter to Robert Lykins as- sistant editor of the COLLEGIAN from Thelma Hurnham Daniel linker Graduate of Last Summer. Thelma affectionately known ns "Squirrel" was one of the most conscientious studcntM who ever labored er COLLEGIAN copy. She served as editor in 1942 and was one of the rc-organlzcrs last jear. During the Spring semester of lu'st year she uas assistant editor nnd without her efforts many a deadline would have been very Kicking of copy. . . . Dearest Robert This is a holiday so I'll finally get off this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN S l Be ZWer Tales Seen Saturday night after Dan- iel Baker Vict6ry Oarlan Frix trying to product) atomic energy and .managing a minor explosion with a gas heater. Oarlan was seen escorting Annetta Mauldln Daniel Guthrie and Jean Lightsey Elnine Banks and Ray Jones Jimmie Nell Nichols and Jerry Hamrick Mary Ellen Winn (Football' Sweetheart) with Foot- baller Jack Woods Cora Lou Lam- bert with Baker Conger Mary For- tune and Jack McCulley Joyce and Wray Post ex-Bakerite Joan Harris Martha and J. C. Matlock Jean and Bill Powers Buddy Wild- er and Wavla Stephens mon-about-town Roger Wooldridge Mutt Pru- itt Arthur Gregory and Dell Ray Thomas. unescorted Sue and Jack Carswell Freddio and Elmer Thompson Betty and Dub Dilling- ham Patsy and Bill Staton Joe David Moore with cane in hand Eugenia Nceley Faye Gobs Zell Bledsoe and John Haynes Wanda Wilhelm and and Bobbye-Newton minus deer-hunting Lamolne Wri- ght. With unoccpuied cars running off lately the newest fad seems to be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN KNOW YOUR BILLIES IMLbbbk 'bVbht bHbh Kv HP" :; -'jldflK kk. isLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! sBBBBBBBsEtft JBBBsBBBBBsaiV aBsaaflBBBBBBBsl bbbbbhbtcbVLW; " .bbHbbSbbh esBSmMMBRBBBMbMBBBRBBBlliXBB9BBl BBBBBBBBwiepiweaa1'aiapiiiissa RAY TODD Hill Billy hardly need nn introuc tion to Ray Todd; he one hundred .tvt.iv LnA Lu infc hn xvn tho t.tnm1ln fcnll rnrrlnr fn.- thr ! Bakorltcs during the last Reason. Todd is nn eighteen-year oldster from Albany and ho played two years of football with Albany High School and earned all-district hon- ors in MO. Being speedy und shifty Todd developed into one of tho most valuable ball carriers in the Billy backfleld. Baseball and softball are two of Todd's favorite sports and he holds the catching position in both games. He helped his team win the league championship in softball last sea- son in Albany and he will be a val- uable man to have around when the DBC softballers enter training next spring. Todd will be back with the Baker gridders n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE HKOWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. 26 1947 NUMBER ie Everyone Is Thankful But The Thankless Thanksgiving Turkey May Hold Out Till Christmas If He Doesn't Lose His Head The poor bird which forms tho main Thanksgiving dish is not so much honored as desecrated dis- sected and also digested. Would YOU feel honored if someone slit yqur esophagus amputated your cranium stabbed your carcass with dull forks knocked the stuffing out of you and then picked on you f6r days? Faced with such a desperate situation the Ail- American Turkey can only engage in fancy footwork take to the air try to sweep around the end of his opposition and in the mean- time try to keep his head. Of course many turkeys fail to escape; and since failure isn't the right answer they must pay the consequences. This year's supply not as large as that of last year ijut there is no need for anyone to go turkeylcss on Turkey Day al- though possibly some will because of the 05-cent tarif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1947

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR -' Roger Wooldrldgc Assistant Editor - Robert Lykins Business Manager Frank Nix Society Editor Nelda Sessions Sports Editor Ovalee Glover Fashion Editor Dorothy Cfcments Features. Dan Guthrie Marian Connelly Ted Klrby Harrell Thomas Editorials Wrny Post Joe Grantham Circulation . Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright ON THE RECORD With Charles Goff The works that George Gersh- win left form a living monument to his name for through his imag inative medium he presented n "Pnrgy and Bess" which was based on DuBose cyward's "Porgy" and contained many of America's fa- vorite classics: "It Ain't Neces- vivid portrayal of his era. George ' "" s" "Summertime" and "I Gershwin wrote of what ho knew; Got Plenty of Nuttin'." In 1036 tms great American THE PLUNDERER The title brings to mind memories of stories rend or heard filled phantasy loot and gore piiatcs highwaymen robbers or armies colorful portraits of savages lusts fear h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1947

ijS"? vs THE COLLEGIAN aaaaaaaaaaaLVPLBaia vv. HIS rRPRr''11 saaaLLLPLSaaVslaaaH HP' ' WBs&laHrEaHaBQ H!:; iLaaaaBH Bfewfei ' .riaLBal HHnniMu .MBBBBBBBB toi aaaBBHI aaaaaaaaaaaaBHL v -' aaaaLH K '..v:-' jBBBBBBBBBjB: BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBkuH-ifiBE MISS WILDA SESSIONS Sessions-Gilbert Engagement Announced The engagement of Miss Wilda Marie Sessions daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sessions 2701 Austin Aenue to Lawrence Lee Gilbert son of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gilbert of Tuinlar was announced at a tea Saturday at the bride elect's home. The wedding will be solemnized here December 27 at the First Methodist Church. Miss Sessions is a graduate of Brownwood High School where she was a member of the Aurora Sorority. She has attended Dan- iel Baker for the past three years. At Daniel Baker she was a mem- ber of the Coggin Society assist- ant editor of The Collegian a mem- ber of the student council and was elected to Who's Who In Scholar- ship. Mr. Gilbert graduated from Dal- las High School...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 November 1947

Meet the Faculty (Continued on Back page) Adamson to find out about them. Mr. Adamson is also a practical Joker as some of us have found out when we came wet and red faced from his "Lung Test". You will find this "lung test" located on a shelf just inside the door of Mr. Adamson's office in the Science Building. Mr. Adamson is full of jokes and puzzles; one of which he gives us here: "If you went out hunting and there were six birds sitting on a limb of a tree and you shot one of them how many of them would be left?" (Hint the answer is not five) Concerning Daniel Baker Mr. Adamson comments "Daniel Ba- ker I think is on the upturn; we are getting her on the map by se- curing recognition of our work in several new departments. We are increasing our laboratory equip ment in Physics and Chemistry and have seperate Professors in each. We shall soon be needing more room in both Physics and Chemistry. Our other depart- ments are already strong and will maintain their standards." Bishop Sm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1947

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE IIROWNWOOI) TEXAS WEDNESDAY DEC. 10 1947 NUMBER 11 it 22 Students and Faculty Members Guests at the HPC MRS. ALMA COATS One of the most interesting students on our cumpus is Scottish- born Mrs. Couts. Mrs. Couts wus horn in Edin- burgh Scotland. She was educa- ted purtiully in Scotland and in England. She wus given u scholar- ship to Edinburgh University but instead of attending the Univer- sity she went to work with u dunce orchestra us secretary and talent scout. She continued this work for four years. Mrs. Coats is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Long Edinburgh Scotlund. He father was born in Chicago Illinois. He went to Scotlund in 1013 us an ad- vertising representative of u firm and met the girl who became his wife. Mrs. Couts met her husbund while she wus business munuger for u dunce orchestra in Englund. One evening two soldiers cumc back-stugc for autographs und ex- pressed u desire for u home-cooked meal. According to Mrs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1947

w THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN ON THE RECORD COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wooldrldge Assistant Editor Robert Lyklns Business Manager. Frank Nix Society Editor Noldn Sessions Sports Editor Ovalee Glover Fashion Editor... Dorothy Clements Features. Dan Guthrie Marian Connelly Ted Kirby Hnrrell Thomas Editorials Wniy Post Joe Grantham Circulation - - -Mutt Prultt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright From Where I Sit BY MOONEY Some of us are In need of something to thing about during the Christmas holidays and som? of us are not likely to get it in church. I don't Intend to sound liku a pessimist but I don't see much point in in sticking my neck out and being very opimistic about the fact. I guess I think about and believe in u God as much as the next guy. Perhaps He may seem to mo to be a bit different in some respects from the way He appears to someone else but basically it adds up to the same thing I think. Of course I don't expect a lot of people to agree with such an iden but then...

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