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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1948

VI f I THE COLLEGIAN ON THE RECORD With CHARLES GOFF This week we go down South looking In on our neighbor city San Antonio seeing one of the fnatotgrowing organizations there Is in the music world today the San Antonio Symphony. Nine years ago Max Reltcr was given the as- signment as permanent musical di- rector and conductor. Today he still maintains this assignment. It was four years ago that the first Grand Opera Festival was held. It la here that we sec the reason for such fast growth in popularity. Let us go back-stage so as to get a bet- ter view of this festival and the ones that will take part in it. Opening February 14 with the ever-beloved "Rlgoletto" some of the world's greatest opera stars came to San Antonio to sing roles in the extended 1048 Grand Opera Festival the event which annually brings 20000 persons to the audi- torium. This season the opera's are: "Rlgoletto" "Tannhauser" playing February 18 and 22 and "Madame Butterfly" a repeat pro- duction of last season's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 February 1948

f" THE COLLEGIAN Hill Billies Re-Match With Texas Lutheran Here February 23 Daniel Baker Drops St. Mary's Revenge Game 42-34 1 1 Fntbill SihriNb According to an announcement by the Athletic Director Chester Wuldmnn the Daniel Baker Hill Ullllos will piny six or more games this year. Three of the games will bo played at Brownwood and three on the road. The three games nt Itro.vnwood will be with Sul Ross Southwestern U. and U. of Corpus Christ!. The University of Corpus Sluggish St. Mary's College of San Antonio found an even slower op poncnt in Daniel Baker Saturday night and took a sec-saw 42 to 34 decision from the faltering Hill Billies who could not keep their scoring heat in the air more than a few minutes at the time. St. Mary's held the lead through- out the first half but soon after the second half opened up the Hill Billies came from behind the 18-11 Christ! is Holding a football team for the first time but will probably half-time defllct and moved out in v n tough opponent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 Meet The Faculty -J v V V"'V".s; CHESTER WEIDMAN Amid sports equipment and im- portant papers is found one of the busiest men on the campus our couch and Deun of Men Chester Wcidman. Mr. Wcidman wus born in Sap ulpa Okluhomu in 1012. In 1010 he moved to Dallas where he enter ed public school. In 1021 he once aguln moved; this time to Marshall where he attended high school. While in high school he wus very ahlctic lettering fur years in foot- ball. In his senior year he was captain of his football team. Graduating from Marshall High School in 1030 he enrolled in Cen- tenary College at Shreveport in 1031. Here he lettered three years in football and one yeor in basket- ball. He also lettered two years in football and one year in basket- Weidman spent his three years of college football in the backficld alternating as quarterback and fullback. In college he was n member of the T.K.N. Fraternity und Presi- dent of the Lctterman's Associa- tion. 1 In August of 1030 M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1948

THE COLLEGIAN A THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Dunlel Bukcr 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 nil school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the administration. ON THE RECORD COLLEGIAN STAFF WITH CHARLES ftOFF A few short years ugo Perry Como was nn up-and-coming bar- ber. Today he is one of the most famous singers in this country und ' his name is a household word. As an RCA Victor recording star ' Como has achieved sensational pop- ularity. His recording of "Till Tlia End of Time" was acclaimed the best-selling record of a Hollywood star following his uppcarnnncc in the 20th Century Fox movies. r IttlfV .10..... l.l.' !. ' Lomai Alii ouiniur -.iuu bii is also rated one of the top pro- ESITO'R Roger Wooldridge Assistant Editor Ovnlee Glover Sports Editor - Mutt Pruitt Society Edi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1948

fr. THE COLLEGIAN - -.I Qitilitii ud Aiiwtti Q. I am a World War II vet- cran and would like to know how much an attorney who represent! mc in my claim for compensation or pension against the Veterans Administration is permitted to charge. A. If the attorney is admitted to practice before the VA he may receive $10 in an original claim or i in a claim for increase in com pensation or pension provided the claim is allowed. These fees arc paid by VA and deducted from the monetary benefit awarded the claimant. Q. I have been granted admis- sion to a Veterans Admininstration domiciliary home and now would like to know if it is possible for me to take my wife with me to stay at the Home? A. No. The law docs not per- mit the wives of servicemen to be admitted to any domicilary homo of the Veterans Administration. Q. How do I calculate the period of eligibility time consumed while I am taking a correspondence course under the G-I Bill? A. One-fourth of the elapsed time in following your cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1948

Is THE COLLEGIAN Hill Billies Card Two Games With a change in schedule for both the remaining home games on the Hill Silly's current season card tlio Wcidman crow "comes up with two games for this week to bring an end to the 104748 basketball campaign. The coming tussle with Texas Lutheran College originally plan- ned for Monday night has been postponed until Thursday night of this week. On Saturday night the Billies square off with St. Edward's of Austin in a game that was orig- inally scheduled for next Monday night. Preceding the Thursday night contest with Texas Lutheran the junior and senior classes will tan- gle in nn intramural game to warm the fans up to the varsity tilt at eight o'clock. On Saturday night the pro-game treat for the fans will bo n championship scrap between the winner of the Thursday junlor- ponior contest and the best rank- inj: team from the lower classes. Tho Hill Billies have a victory to their credit over the Texas Luther an quintet and after tho remark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 REGENT PRESIDES OVER BREAKFAST OF D.B. FINANCE CAMPAIGN MEMBERS Estimated Standing Immediate Future Needs Released Mm. Irene Trnpp regent of Dan- iel Baker College presided over a breakfast meeting Monday morn- ing ut 7:00 a.m. attended by forty- five men and women supporters of D. B. C. This is one of a scries of meet- ings held to discuss the current fin- ancial campaign being conducted to raise $25000.00. The money will be used for immediate needs $10- 000.00 for science equipment und supplies and $15000.00 for rehab ilitation of the girls dormitory and the Coggin Chapel. Among those who spoke was Dr. Meet The Faculty MRS. W. K. TURNER In order that you may bctcr know our office secretary Mrs. Willie K. Turner we have gathered these facts about her. Mrs. Turner was born and reared in Dallas Texas. She attended high school and after graduating taught for several years. She at- tended Draughon's Business Col- lege and then started on her busi- ness career but a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 March 1948

. THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body; to cstublish high standards of conduct scholarship uud 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 Ovulcc Glover Sports Editor Mutt Pruitt Society Editor . Nelda Sessions Fashion Editor.. Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor .u. Marian Connelly Editorials Wray Post Joe Grantham Fcaurcs ..Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Richard Greene Charles Goff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forson Jane Overby Betty White and N'ovelle McClelland Husincss Manager.. Frank Nix Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright OFF-THE-CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BY WUAY POST Two questions being passed around the campus of late which arc Increasing in volume with more voices as each edition of the COLLEGI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN ON THE With CHARLES GOFF I There are many new releases this week and to start things off right we have four new records to run ovr from the Columbia label. The thin man Frank Sinatra has n new recording of "You're My Girl" and "Can't You .Tust See Yoursclff". This grand record pairs two of the tunes from the new Broadway musical "High-Button Shoe s". "You're My Girl" is a straight-for-ward declaration of love and the lyrics and melody have the clear cut slmplictiy that is one of the primary qualifications for the suc- cess of this kind of tunc. Frank cxcells in the performance of the simple love song really the most difficult of all to sing well and "You're My Girl" is exactly the sort of number he masters with the case of a great artist. You'll fall for "My Girl". Axel Stordahl's accompaniment Is as usual terri- fic. Second side on this Sinatra pairing of tunes is "Can't You Just See Yourself". This number skill- fully and delightfully proposes a life In the country a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Basketball Season Ends For Billies Hiw Do Wi Stick Up? Use the following symbols let us know what you would like to see changed about the Collegian? XXX Fnvorite Section XX Enjoyable Always Head X Intliircrant Sometimes Head 0 Do Not Enjoy Please Remove On The Record What Happened In Chapel N Bell Tower Tales - Student Poets At The Movies Student Personality Meet The Fanulty Growls From The Bell Tower Incidentally Fashions Hit Parade Know Your Billies Comments Roots of Culture SRSS8SS MARCH' THE AQUAMARINE AND BLOODSTONE miAT! piNina rwitn iff UjLm 11 1 AmrmrtJk wnrnrt w m- ikal. newit freir-j.K.a oe' I gLXwHAT! DININ6) jB W AsS&l myaqua- mm!f?i& V I figft MARINl wn. I t'l'ffllimn2!iLttpmMB ' !0mLb vppWJTAj WI M . 'A. ;if AIEVED THAT THE BFJ A El cate aquamarine made ONE IMMUNETOPOISQN. ur bk r&mn fTiwYwMMmj ifL ftl I Mwm MMwt0MM IWBBk 5LSaBfB9v RJPP8 THE BLOODSTONE" GREEN CHALCEDONY STREAKED WITH RED JASPER- WAS PRIZED By AMERICAN INDIANS AS AN AMULET AGAI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Go Western Ranch Week Go Western Ranch Week VOL 38 .DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 101948 NUMBER 19 Ranch Week Parade Plans Well Underway . . . Thomas m' AJa"w' ' ' i aH LaWlil Joe Bailey Swnnncr Howard Payne senior has announced his candidacy for the office of state lcprescntativc 125 district. He is an ex-G. I. majoring in Business Education and minoring in Social Sciences. Librarian Winner Of Unusual Contest At Seven Plus Meeting The Seven-Plus Club met for din ner at the Hob-Nob Inn Thursday March 4th with all members pre- sent. After doing justice to a de licious meal the "convener" for the night Miss Branom requested that all members empty the contents of their purses on the table. It looked like a well-staged hold-up at first but turned out to be a contest to see who had the greatest number of articles in her purse. Miss Maudie Jo Fields was the winner. Wo will not embarrass her by telling how many articles were laid out on the table. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the Btudent body; to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship; to encourage greater Interests and participation in all school activities; und to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the adminis- tration. rnl I VCIAV UTA1W EDITOR - - - W V00lrMld8?. Assistant Editor 0vcc ('ov'r Sports Editor ; " u Society Editor - V -Nf ? rttu Fashion Editor - hy Clements Exchange Editor Marian Connelly Editorials " Wruv ost Joc Grantham Feaures LlMniloif Connelly Ted Kliby Richard Greene Charles ('.off and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Foison Jane Overby Betty White and Novelle McClelland Frank Nix Helen Post Wright Student Poeti A SKY PICTURE OF LIFE When the sun disappears in cloudy skies And the rain comes down in a steady flow The lightening flashes and croscen- dos rise Veterans News Service for Southwestern veter- ans on their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN W ' U. Of Houston Announces International Study Course f Students graduated and faculty members from colleges all over the country are expected to enroll thin summer in the University of Hous- ton International Study Centers Dr. Joseph S. Wcrlin director of the centers said in announcing that a new center will be opened in Cuba this summer. Doctor Wcrlin bases his expecta- tions on the result of last summer's centers in which twenty-five col- leges and universities were repre- sented. These study centers which also include Mexico and Guatemala arc designed to acquaint the students with the social cultural and his- torical aspects of Latin-American countries Doctor Wedlin explained. Field trips sight-seeing tours and recreational excursions to spots of historical and cultural interests arc scheduled he added. A unique all- 2 expense plan enables students to " save materially in the costs of trav- el housing meals and tours the director explained. Traveling and living co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 March 1948

I" THE COLLEGIAN Girl Cagers Tangle With Howard Payne Thursday Night The biggest athletic event to be staged on the Daniel Baker campus in many years is the post-season basketball contest between the girls teams of Daniel Baker and Howard Payne next Thursday night. Game time has been set at 8:00 o'clock. Under the tutorship of lettcrman Ross Wilson the Daniel Baker girls have been showing great pro misc in early workouts. "Whether we win or not this is sure to be one of the most interest ing games of the year" said Wil son. "But I feel that wo have a very good chance of taking this game. At the forward position Lawless and McQueen are showing a defi nite skill in hitting the basket." Only seven girls have been re- porting for practice as the Colleg- ian goes to press but other names tire to be added to the playing list on Monday and Tuesday. At the guard positions Magilcne Pierce Bobbie Newton Annetta Mnuldln and Mary Fortune ore looking good and promise plenty of trouble for the HP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 March 1948

v THE COLLEGIAN Go Western Ranch Week I Go Western Ranch Week VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 1948 NUMBER 20 MONDAY PARADE ANNOUNCES RANCH WEEK AT D. B. Baker Veti Attend State Meeting In Ft Worth March 10 A Veteran's Meeting was held in Fort Worth nt the Blackstono Ho- tel in the French Room from 8:00 P.M. until 11: P.M. March 10 for the purposo of organizing the As- Letterman's (Association Re-Organized The football boys of 1047 met March 8 and reorganized the Let- termen's Association nnming it the Daniel Baker Association. The aim of the association is to promote social activities umong j athletes and create more interest in major sports. To become a memoor one must earn a lewer in one of the major sports Elmer Thompson was elected piesidcnt Baker Conger vice- president Carroll Tatom secretary and Hue Ben Ray treasurer. 'Other members are: Pryor Wynn Buddy Wilder Kcnnith Dismukc Lloyd Wiseman James Willing- hum Chester Tobey Donnie Ro- land Alviri ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker 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; und to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the administration. COLLEGIAN EDITOR Assistant Editor Ovalce Glover Sports Editor - Mutt Prultt Society Editor- .. - ' Nelda Sessions Fashion Editor - Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor Marian Connelly Editorials Wruy Post Joe Grantham Fcaurcs Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Richard Greene Charles Goff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forson Jane .Overby Betty White and Novellc McClelland Business Manager.. Frank Nix Faculty Sponsor.. Mrs. Helen Post Wright Library Notes BY WANDA WILHELM DID YOU KNOW THAT Our library has more than fifty different dictionaries which are the main sources for information? The reference books in our refer- ence read...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 March 1948

TWi9fr'Wyv ON THE RECORD THE COLLEGIAN With CHARLES GOPP Tv..VlmsVi.A "'hWi..fcMw It seems that we never get through raving about one Tommy Dorsey recording until ho has an- other one out to beat the Inst. W are going to show you just why wo are ulways raving about his re- conis; also showing why he is known as number-one man of the day. Tommy Dorscy long has been known as one the most talented in- strumentalists not only in the pop ular Held but also in classical in- terpretations such as the "Dorscy Concerto." which he is to play this spring with the Indianapolis Sym- phony. From the minute Tommv ami Jimmy Dorscy started their band in 1034 Mr. T. D. begin to want one certain style of usic and the result was the ending of their part- nership Jimmy taking the band and Tommy starting on his own. By 1030 Tommy was blowing his trom- bone in front of n new band in New York City. With Tommy at this time were great names such as Bunny Berigan greatest trum- pet player of our time. J. C. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 March 1948

if- THE COLLEGIAN Daniel Baker Girls Take HPC Girls 24-20 REMATCH PROBABLE The Daniel Dukcr Bell rung out ..In victory Thursday night when the girl cngcrs of D.B.C. won over the Girls of II.P.C. by n score of 2-1-20. The Hill Billlettos were never behind but twice and only two points at each of these times. The game was only a few seconds old when Theresa Goss sunk a field goal to put Howard Payne in the lead. Theresa was also the high scorer for the night with ten points to her credit. Then the Baker girls got the rniifjc of the basket and nt the half were leading 10-12. The three forwards of Daniel Baker tied for high scoring honors with eight points each. The forwards were: Lawless Goss nnd 'Lefty' Mo Queen. The two teams seemed pretty well matched as the score indi- cates. The Daniel Baker starting line- up was: Forwards: Lawless Goss nnd McQueen; Guards: Wiley Newton nnd Fortune with one substitute Mauldin. There were nine fouls called dur- ing the game six against Baker nnd th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 March 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1948 NUMBER 21 COLORFUL BARN DANCE CLIMAXES RANCH WEEK ACTIVITIES KPMk JhyALiMW -1iinftifc4-iBPHRrWr K ttJBnHiMy SkBkHHIkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkHiuP A- ...JMaMr S Zftjr imf'mmmm9mmmmmWmmtmr SaSSSSSSSSSSSSSBMfcfcfcfcfcMifrBBfcMfr . . M'GskQ $jP & k) . yVflBRCfJKBflRf URRRRRRRRT 'RBBHtRRBBvvvVVQRBBBBBBBv Rflt SLiWiSnl v& jlw"fj.BBBMMBBBBMBBBBMc i?wPrx S- fl kLtflkLflkLiBkT P'IVRBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBHft? . .kkkBBNlIBl t mMRmvS! v?t ?Rf ilV F ' BalRpl'fe'StRvaRRRB w-- RbBBBBbL ' " "' " RbMRbBBjR? IA9r-bCBMEnL 1kl3kkkHllklEkVr . s2ifit tfHk tLLBLLBB 2. H ';'''mJMK'sj3wjSwi v '4r ' C fi i jv' iRRBBBr ' aHs ViRRavK&SRnVvTEIiPIRRBBBB ?' LlRRRnStil'iPii ii JSjMBRIRbHp ' . T ttf"' jtltKf k4BMRMRrPRJ '"JrKmUJ$ RBBBBBBBRsBRBBBffv'VA' A TYPICAL SCFINE ON THE DANIKL UAKEK CAMPUS during Ranch Week is this group of wi-htcrners. They were alerted for the picture ly a I.ulletin photo- KKipkcr while they were gathered around ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 March 1948

' """' a THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker 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; nnd to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the adminis- COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - - Roger Wooldiidgo Assistant Editor - Ovaleo Glover Sports Editor Mutt 1'ruitt Society Editor - Nclda Sessions Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor - - Marian Connelly Editorials - Wray Tost Joe Grantham Feaures ..Marion Connelly Ted Kiiby Richard Greene Charles Goff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forson Jane Oveihy Hetty White and Novolle McClelland Faculty Sponsor u Mrs. Helen Post Wright Pre-Med Students See Great Future In Biological Science ISSSSSiiSMe" haSSSSa'u'iV.'I'.&ISSl WITH HER EYE OX THE PHOTOGRAPHER but a firm grip on the lelns Magilenc Pierce p;uies for a pict...

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