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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1947

THE COLLEGIAN -: Yi i - i j-L 6 SCEEE EEN Student Poets PICNIC BY MOONEY The tinkle of gentle laughter lilt- ed softly up Toward the white mottled azure sky Everywhere was the tilted Dixie cup The occasion was far from dry; Among the tree with branches entwined. To be seen around on every turn Were stattered groups of various kind For each the other quite no con- cern. Spread upon the abundant grass The picnic spreads gave the look Of a patchworked quilt of enormous mass Cut indirectionally across by a transparent brook; v Food of almost every description Lay upon and around each spread Oivinsf everv child cnnntnnt an '."c """' ulu uo " increase its -" "nwiw .- uiving every cmra constant sur- ii . . . ...... his various pRo.mnli. Pm.iuoUnn the long lino of height. Patterns is Snmuel Goldwyn who proves in printed and woven fabrics should onco nnn that he knows what is uc unuu tunsurvuiiveiy. norozon "- u9 p counting una apiun iai stripes arc entirely out of the picture for this woman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 December 1947

THE COLLEGIAN V Hill Billy Basketballers Drop First Game 42 to 36 KNOW YOVR BILLIES u. Hk ir w im v KLaBHHHtiiiMBBBBBKfc " A KLX wfwr H JAMES GILLY James Gllly is n former letter- man from Brownwood High School where he played football for two years. Me earned a football letter in the 1044 season und -also par- ticipated in truck. Gilly is nn army veteran and he played football one season with a service tcum the 88th Field Artillary. The tour of duty with the urmy took Gilly through France Ger- many Switzerland and Italy. He moved from the States to Franco in December of 1015 and from France he was transfercd to Ger- many for occupation duty. While in Gcrmuny he hud an opportunity to visit Switzerland' and he was particularly impressed by the beauty of the Swiss mountains and way in which everything in Swit- zerland seemed to "move on time." After moving from Germany Gilly had six months of occpuation duty in Italy before returning to the United States in December of 1040. He speaks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1947

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY DEC. 17 1947 NUMBER 12 Turkey and Dressing Poetry and Music Dancing And Games; Friday Evening Six P. M. Girls' Dorm . .AS .. si$7 r & k ;' s - - emmmmh .. II Hi 5E ii ' 4tpBiHra;H II I Speech Department Entertains; Three One-Act The Mask and Wig Club of Southwestern University joined the Varsity Players of Daniel Ba- ker College to provide on evening's entertainment on one-net plays in the Baker auditorium Friday night at eight o'clock. "A Night at an Inn" a dramatic production by Lord Dunsany was presented by the Southwestern group. The setting was in a hotel room where a group of thieves were hiding from three Arab Priests. The gang had stolen a large jewel from an old idol and were pursued by the priests who were believed to have supernatural powers. Under the leadership of "The Tough" (John Lovay) they out- witted and killed the priests. The idol ployed by director Allen C. Holley recovered its eye the jewe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1947

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - Roger Wooldridgc Assistant Editor Robert Lyklns Business Manager. Frank Nix Society Editor Nelda Sessions Sports Editor Ovalce Glover Fashion Editor... Dorothy Clements Features. Dan Guthrie Marian Connelly Ted Kirby Hnrrcll Thomas Editorials Wray Post Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor - Mrs. Helen Post Wright THE RIGHT SPIRIT EDITORIAL By Wray Post "Did you go to the plays the other night?" "Yes. I was in one of them. The villian." "What did you think of them as a whole? " 'I am in on position to speak for myself However the audience seemed to like them." "That is what I wanted you to say. What does that indicate?" "That Daniel Baker College is my fav- orite." "Now that implies a lot. Just what do you mean?" "I mean that I am going to do everything I can to help the college; I want to think that my Alma Mater is the best right or wrong. People came to those plays and enjoyed them. Pretty soon we are going to ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1947

V" M . THE COLLEGIAN GAZELLE HUNTING IN AFRICA By Charles Hammond (Reprint by reqaeat) In the fall of the year 1943 we were located in the northern part of Africa about one hundred miles from the coast and some fifty miles from a large plateau Holts Plateau. This plateau runs the greater part of the distance across the northern part of the African Continent. It is bordered on the south by the great Sahara Desert and on the north side by-mountains and rolling plains. On this plateau we were told was one of the best hunting grounds for gazelle in Africa. The African gazelle is an animal com- parable in size and habits to our antelope. Thia plateau which is a flat-top of land is an ideal place for the gazelle. It has wide open territory with very few inhabita- tions. The chief vegetation con- sists of short clusters of green grass covering and providing amp- le food for the existence of the little deer. Our medical department was composed of eight men two offi- cers and six enlisted me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 December 1947

Nvioanoo am Billitt Lom San Antonio Sorin; Pint Home dame Saturday Night Invading San Antonio on their .will bo seeking revcngo for the de ftcond road tour of the season the Hill Billies lost to Trinity Univer- sity and St. Mary's College in the first two games of a three game weekend series. The Trinity Tigers clipped the Billies 08 to 31 in a wild scoring foray Friday night but on Satur- day night the St. Mary's team had a tougher time in holding on to their pro-game favorite rating. The Baker quintet led by Lam- bert who scored fifteen points played close onto the heels of the St. Mary's team but a lack of re- serve strength on behalf of Dan- iel Baker became a winning asset to St. Mary's as fresh reserves kept pouring into the game. The DBC offense ebbed in the final half and St. Mary's moved ahead to take the game 65 to 47. Back home in their own hard- wood center after Tuesday night's game with John Tarleton the Hill Sillies began drilling for the first home game of the season...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1948

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - Roger Wooldridge Assistant Editor - Robert Lyklns Business Manager -. Frank Nix Society Editor. . -- Nelda Sessions Sports Editor . - Ovalce Glover Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Features. Dun Guthrie Mnrl.ui Connolly Ted Klrby Ilurrell Thomas Editorials Winy Post Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright DII T-. T-l '"J along pretty smooth from all ocif 1 uucr I tiled i i nppenranecs is the Wood-Winn af fair. Thi "ImI MeCiy" I Library Natts SEVEN MORE DAYS FOR CHRISTMAS? How did you fuel Monday morning at eight o'clock January 12 when you made that first class after the holidays? Were you well- rested and full of fire ready to pick up the loose ends of seohlastie problems where you had left off ten days earlier? Since the holidays arrive very near the end of the fall semester naturally this is the time when most students are the furthest behind in their books and written work. Ten days you reaso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1948

3 ! ?. THE COLLEGIAN h r 9 l? i v. Sessions-Gilbert Wed December 27fh In a double ring ceremony per- formed Saturday evening Dec. 27 at 8 o'clock at the First Methodist Church Miss Wllda Sessions be- came the bride of Lawrenco Lee Gilbert. Dr. Roy A. Langston pas- tor officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus H. Sessions 2701 Austin Ave. and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gilbert of Quintan. The couple exchange their vowa before a background of folingc and bridal arrangements of white chry- santhemums and gladioli which graced the alter space. Glcuming cathedral tapers provided the illum- ination. Mrs. Alan D. King played "Clare De Lunc" and "Always" preceding the ceremony and during the cere- mony she played "Avu Maria". She also played the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Miss Gloria Thornton Dallas cous- in of the bride who sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." The bride who entered with her father wore an original model "gown of iv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 January 1948

.r"' THE COLLEGIAN & W - m i a r m iw - Vms jtait .2m tln1tvf WM . ! lflMVi CktckYtn"O.Q." With Tklt Qili Aftor a date that scented to you n smooth operation have you ever I had the next-day reward of a neu tral nod and a fast departure? Maybe you've been trying to get by with standard practices in a highly competitive field: Women. So check the appropriate answers of this Varsity Magazine dating quiz: 1 When the orchestra played a sambn did you (A) sit down? (B) Dance with ease because you were taught recently by a girl you really weren't fond of? (C) Pox-trot real fast then tell her she couldn't fol- low well enough? 2 When the Class Bore came to cut in did you (A) let your partner chunce it with Kid Dull k-rittfffl&L Not everyono is born goodlook ing but good looks can be acquired Piclcles Visit Georgia During Christmas Vacation Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pickle vis- ited Dahloncga Georgia during the Christmas holidays where they if you know the techinque. One "u ".anys wncro ine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDA Y JANUARY 21 1948 NUMBER 14 Favorite Election Declared Void "Corral" to Be Held In Book-Store Lack ai Val.it lateral! Fticai Rt-Ntniiatiti As most of the student body knows Daniel Baker has started off this election year with two elec- tions in quick succession. There was a slight difference in the re- sults of the two elections. A run- off will be held in the Trail Editor election a'nd new nomonations will have to be made for the popularity contest. Much to our regret the "Favorites" election proved that the Collegian has only sixty read- ers while the other election showed that the "Corral" has one hundred and forty-two patrons. Ray Barnctt student body presi- dent reports that since there were only sixty votes cast in the popu- larity contest a new election will be held. It will be announced at n future date. Because of the excellent qualifi- cations of the three candidates the election for the Trail Editorship wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wooldridgo Assistant Editor Robert Lykins Business Manager. ..Frank Nix Society Editor Nelda Sessions Sports Editor .. Ovalec Glover Fashion Editor.. . Dorothy Clements Features. Dan Guthrie MurlAn Connelly Ted Kirby Hnrrell Thomas Editorials .. - ..Winy Post .loo Grantham Circulation.. Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright OUR MINDS ARE GROWING UP BY WRAY POST This week wo break ti convention. Usually this column is critical reformative; the writer disagrees hero and suggests there. Not so this time. Because the Billies' cngcrs did so well against n powerful Trinity five last Wednesday night; because the student body ftiiily ahook the gymnasium walls with cheers of support and praise; becnuse everybody seems to be taking school seriously; and because the Daniel Baker Spirit in general is increasing by degrees. Lately it seems that more people want Daniel Baker to be inc- hest school. We know it will expand and ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1948

y" THE COLLEGIAN u ON THE with Charle Goff Genial stocky Max Relter the man who conducts the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra is also the man who founded it and mokled it with determined and loving hands into one of the nation's lop-ranklntr symphonies. Relter enters his ninth and fullest season after u summer of successful guest engage- jj menu witn tne abu and NBU sym- pnony orchestras a summer which he won the recognition of Time Magazine and the New Yorker. ifc Relter appeared as guest conductor of the nationally heard ABC Sym- phony in one of its regular Sat- urday afternoon broadcasts last July. That concert was so out- standing that it was followed im mediately by an invitation to con-1 duct the oven moro famous NBC Symphony Arturo Toscanlni'x or- chestra. The program thut Relter conducted was the first American radio performance of three inter- ludes from Richard Strauss' "In- - termezzo". Max Rciter was born in Trieste in 1905 and began his musical stud ies in his native city...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Trinity Tames Rampaging Billies KNOW YOUR BILLIES BBBSSbP31BSSSSSSSBb1 r jaJHH RaSRafl jpr IRLsiB BBBBBBSj s BBSSSSSSSSm paL " ajI ' ! wjimmw: ":'lk SjBjBjBjBXSXSwSRRMBMBRsRIRRl i ED CANTWELL Anmlnblc Ed Cnntwclt claims Brownwood us his homo. Ed for- merly lived in Blanket whore he giaduatod from Blunkct High School in 1044. During his hitch school days ho plnycd three yearn of basketball as a forward. I-M lettered for three years in foot- ball whore ho pluyod in the back- field as a blocking back. Truck events that he participated in were the broad jump und dnshos. Ed was president of his senior class and editor of the Blunkct High School year book. Ho plnycd quarterback for the Daniel Baker Hill Billies lust full. During basketbull season Ed has proved to bo a vuluublc eager to the Hill Billy quintet as a forward. For one and a half years Ed was in the navy serving in the South Pacific and later stutioncd at Pearl Harbor. When asked what he liked to do best in his sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 February Growls From the Bell Tower BY R. WOOLDRIDGE I suppose there is nothing like final examinations to make the av- erage student appreciate more the monotonous routine of daily class- work. Those last few days of desperation the days and nights of "cramming" for the finals are now just a hazy part of the past intermingled with memories of so many final examinations which have preceded. Many incidents which were so serious a few days ago may now be recalled with pleasure and even the victims can chuckle at their own misfortune. When it came to the biology ex- amination fate really pointed a fickle finger at Buddy Wilder. The class was given fifty-two review questions from which twelve were to be selected for the test. In an "after class discussion" Buddy at tempted to "pick up" a little ad- ditional information and understood the instructor to say that she ex- pected to select two sets of ques- tions one for her first class and the other to the second whose ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1948

THE COULEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR --r- Roger Wooldridge Assistant Editor Robert Lykins Business Manager.. Frank Nix Society Editor - - Nelda Sessions Sports Editor - Ovnleo Glover Fushlon Editor ' Dorothy Clements Features. Dun Guthrie Marian Connelly Ted Kirby Harrell Thomas Editorials Winy Post Joe Grantham Circulation Mutt Pruitt Faculty Sponsor ...Mrs. Helen Post Wright "THE ONE BEST WAY" Courtesy of TIME February S 1048 Last week the first major cracks appeared in the wall of Jim Crow education: Deleware one of 17 states with Jim Crow laws announced that it would admit Negro students to thu University of Deleware to any course not offered by the Deleware State College for Negros. The trustees said thut they had taken the hint from the U. S. Supreme Court's recent decision in the Ada Sipuel case (Time Jan. 19). The University of Maryland which quietly admitted its first Negro law student said that it would reconsider if he lc-upplied lias 2!) Negro law students....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1948

l .& '.'& Y . - i ON THE RECORD THE COLLEGIAN - With CHARLES (10FF One of the moat up-and-coming singers of today is Buddy Clark. Buddy Clark is his versatility. As n featured vocalist with studio bands he makes a top production out of each record. As n singer with various bands on the Columbia label he has turned out some ex- cellent jobs. His recordings with Rny Noble's orchestra are among the best he's done. "I'll Dance At Your Wedding" is a piquant bit of playful music describing the hap piness of the groom on his wedding day. In addition to the clever ly- rics which tell this tale this record contains some actual tap danceing woven into the idea of the song. Buddy catches this spirit skillfully and makes a really delightful pro duction of the number. Noble's arrangement is superb and his bnnds projects the carefree air of the tune with great capability. The record "Those Things Money Can't Buy" with Ray Noble's fine band carrying the instrumental respon- sibilities make...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1948

... THE COLLEGIAN KNOW YOUR BILLIES JIMMY WILDER BUDDY WILDER Buddy Wilder who carried num- ber 41 in the Hill Billy jersey par- ade Inst fall is a resident of Brown- wood. Graduating in 1042 from Brownwood High School Buddy lettered three years in football The Know Your Billies column is just like a family album today for our next victim is nono other than Jimmy Wilder Buddy brother. .Tlmmv fa nl047 graduate of Ping Pong Tournament To Start Friday 14th where he ployed the end position. I Brownwood High School. While He ployed three years of basket' ball as forward and was selected for n number of all tournament teams. Wo saw quite a lot of Buddy this foil when ho played end for the Billies as he was in the start ing llno-up in most games. Buddy is now playing forward with tho Hill Billy cagcrs. Buddy was in the Merchant Mar- ines for two years serving in the Pacific and Atlantic. Physical Education is Buddy's major and his minor is mathematics. in high school he played two years tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDA WEDNESDAY FEB. 18 1948 NUMBER 18 CAMPUS PERSONALITY FAVORITE RUN-OFF ELECTION HELD IN CORRAL rv ksBBBBBBBBBBBsilBMBBBBBBBBM bbbbbbbbbbbb$Bv sTP SBBBBBBV" LbbbbbPLbbbbbbbbbbbbbVF ! 7 V '. J NELDA SESSIONS Miss Nelda Sessions native of Brownwood has been chosen for campus personality for the week. Neldu was born in Brownwood on June 1(3 1028 fifteen minutes after the birth of her twin sister. Her education began in Coggin Ward School and progressed through Junior High and Brown- wood High School. While in Hi.fn school she was a member of the Aurora Sorortiy and majorette in the Brownwood High School band for four years. Immediately following her grad- uation in 1045 Nclda enrolled at Daniel Baker for the summer term. She was sweetheart of the A. O. F. In 10-15-1940; one of the ro-oryani-zers of the Coggin Society; and for two years has been a member if the Student Christian Association Society Editor of the Collegian ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1948

...- fr I fl 8 THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by tho students of Daniel linker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body; to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship; to encourage greater interests and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the administration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - Roger Wooldridge Assistant Editor Ovnlee Glover Sports Editor . .. Mutt Prultt Society Editor. Nelda Sessions Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Editorials - Wray Post Joe Grantham Feaures ..Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Hiehnrd Greene Charles Goff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forson Jane Ovcrby Betty White and Novello McClelland Business Manager Frank Nix Faculty Sponsor - Mrs. Helen Post Wright AND I DO MEAN YOU ! If you are tired of being told the Importance of cooperation you can stop reading now; if you don't want to be prompted to scriouc thought about duty spirit loyalty to...

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