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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 March 1948

THE COLLEGIA 1 JiH M ins- KsBP : BBBBHBBA r'!$liBBBjBBBBBBBSBBBjBBH JUNE CAWYER WILL WED IN APRIL nccanllne to tin an- nouncomont received by THE COLLEGIAN. Her fiance Calvin Drake in employed by the Soil Conservation Service in Urownwootl. June is a graduate of Rochcllc High School and attended "Abilene Christian College and entered Daniel Baker last year. While in Daniel Baker she was employed in the Registrar's office. Calvin Drake is a graduate of Lorcnzn High School and worked at Hens- leys Field Dallas during the war. Her sister Mrs. James Eubank will be her only attendant and Gene Stobaugh will cerve us best man at the April 8 wedding. The wedding will bo held at the home of her parents 1503 9th Street and tentative plans set the time at eight p.m. ' CAMPUS - PERSONALITY Twenty yearn ago Tommy Mc- Clelland our personality for the week was born on Avenue D in a house just across from Daniel Ba- ker. Henttcnded Coggin Ward un- til his family moved to El Paso Texas. In El Paso h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 March 1948

Mrt- THE COLLEGIAN ..w .."" Glancei Fiom The Sideline MUTT PRUITT At tho Southwestern Trnck nnd Field Meet in Ft. Worth the Texan Aggies literally ran nwny with first plucc scoring 73 points to the nearest rival Texas University who scored 48 points for second place honors in the university di- vision. In the college division North Texas was first with 38- points Southwest Texas second with 32-points and Howard Payne third with 25 Vi points. The Brownwood Lions won first place at the Brady Relays Satur- i! v with 150.9-pointa. Tho Lions also set n new 440-yard relay rec- ord of 44.0. The second annual Blucbonnet Relays will get underway next Sat- tItnrnoon with representa- tives from 40 high schools from nil over tho state. This Is one of thu biggest trnck and field meets in Central and West Texas. The Baylor Boars won the right v reont the western division in the national play-offs Tuesday night ns they defeated the highly favored Kansas State College CO-52. In three weeks at Kansa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 88 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS THUSDAY APRIL 1 1948 NUMBER 22 Exploded EHHnmK'-"-" bHiiii iflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflfl&'' Tm BBBflflflflflflaBflflfla JwPSIIr 1 iBsicBflflflflfla9Wte":A iflflL. Mlhi' ft BflflflflflflflflflflpBflflflflflflflflflflflflflKss! H. DON RODGERS My Freshman Dream Gal My dream gal has red har lik that thar "Killer" Ivey's. Her eyes will be lik red sassers lik them eyes of Mary "Slinky" Fortune. Her nose has a wart on it lik Mary Wart" Connelly's. Her lips have kiss-a-rouge paint on them just as Vera "Mouth" Taylor's. She has a rubber neck lik Marshall "Loop- ey" Tongate. Her arms are hary lik that thar "Pie-eatin"' Elmer Thompson. Her lags are the bean- pole type lik Patsy "Late" Byrom's. Her feet have six toes each and are as big as Cora "Lulabel" Lam- bert's. She air as tall as Mrs. "Corn-Saueezin' " Wright. Her fig- ger air lik Jane "Calico" Overby so round so firm so fully packed. The only real gal out hyar in these h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1948

i ' THE COLLEGIAN jr' 4 Freshman Staff EDITOR - -- BMy Baker Assistant Editor Novelle McClellnad Fashions editor Mary Fortune Sports editor - - Pryor Wynn Reporters Buddy Wilder Archie McCleskey Donnie Row- land Foy Dickinson Neldn Lafferty Chester Tobey Patsy Cava- naugh Silas Wagner Jim Knapp Vera Taylor Fash: ions Ifen yo thinks that only a dumb Freshman would put out a paper lak this here un' yo just wait til weuns is upperclassmen and then sec how silly we is. yUnd -SiaaieA Mrs. "Hotshot" Eubanks: "This hyar composition on milk wuz sup- pozed to be two peges long and yours is only half page. Jim "Diddlehofncr" Knapp: "But I wrote on condensed milk". Coach Weidman: "Smoking hey? Wiseman: "No sir tobacco." Ben Orton went to the big city tother day wif Red George. The first thing they took in wuz the onery. Ben asked Red "Why is that thar band leader shakin' that stick at that thar gal?" "He ain't shakin' that stick at her" said Red who had been to the city before. "Then what air ...

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

4fi Flash! The Weise and Grant- ham engagement air been called clean off. Faye "California" Goss announc- ed in Spanish Class Tuesday that she and "Grinder McGear" Pruitt would git hitched April 1. "Captain" Ches Tobey and Nita "Bo-Bo" Hicks had a date every nite last week. Jack "Podunk" Reeves and Patsy "Late" Byrom air shore makin' Goo-goo eyes at each ther. Well if ya gotta goo ya gotta goo. Hue "No-Good" Ray. haz gone wil' about Nell "Pheilidephia" Bled- soe. It seems as if Dwain "Snuff- Bucket" Lusk has finally broken away from Eastland. He had a date with Betti "McSqueak" Lind- sey Saturday nite. Carroll "Short-Tom" Tatum da- ted Vera "Mouth" Taylor during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. "Polka-Dot" Glea- ton have been granted their di- vorce. We have a sneaking suspicion that Buddy Wilder's steady Dr. Wesley air stepping out on him. She's been seen with Prof. Eubank. Mildred Mendenhall air been go- ing out with H. Don Rodgers lately Stanley and Patsy Byrom aren't doing badly eithe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1948

THE COLLEGIAN IVEY from page one answering the other peoples' ques- tions. He is now working fer his Ph. D. on the marble board and will accomplish it if his aupply of long skinny nickels holds out. Killer air also outstanding in the field of sports. He wuz so rough in feetball that he wuz put on the basketball team but here his red hare wuz so bright that it blinded the players and no one could see the ball. He tried boxin' but he wuz musclebound and could not hit them there opponents hard 'nuff. The secret of this here great personality lays in his beautiful rod hare like Samson of the Bible. On arrivin' at Dan'l Baker he found that expenses were so high Mint he would just have to let his hnro grow and he knew ranch week would cover up fer him. He thnucht that he would have to cut offn his hare before ranch week been use birds wove beginning to bu'ld nosts in his hair and Ivey air too kinclheurted to disappoint them. When finally ranch week did arrive ho looked the part of Dan'l B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 April 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 8 1948 Magness and Masselos Concert Monday Night Rich In Talent Francis Magness violinist and William Masselos pianist appear cd in a joint recital Monday April G in tlie Daniel Huker Auditorium nt 8 o'clock. The program was in five parts: Sonata in A major K .'105 by Mo- zart; Sonata in D minor op. 108 by Brahms; Scherzo in B Minor op. 20 Chopin Berceuse op. 57. Chopin Prelude in D minor op. 28 No. 24 Chopin; Suite Itnlicnnc by Struwinsky; and Tzigane by Ravel. All the selections with the ex- ception of the three by Chopin who understood the innermost cap- acities of the piano better than anyone in the world were played tolntlv by Miss Mngncss and Mr. Masselos. More people attended this concert than any program of a similar na- ture presented hi the auditorium this year. After each part of the program so great was the applause that the artists were called again and again to the stage for bows. Ibk L " a v ggg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 April 1948

THE COLLEGIAN L& THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body; to ostnblish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship; to encourage greater interests and participation in nil school activities; und to promote stronger co-operation between the students und the administration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - Koger Wooldrldge Assistant Editor - Ovalee Glover Sports Editor Mutt 1'rultt Society Editor - Nelda Sessions Fashion Editor Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor Marian Connelly Editorials Winy l'ost Joe Grantham Fcntires ..Marion Connolly Ted Kirby Richard Greene Charles Guff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forson Jane Overby Hetty White and Novelle McClelland Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Tost Wright Gasoline For Mental Motors BY I'll I L GERMANY Gasoline for the mental motors of the people of the United States is one of our paramount needs today although relatively few people seem to realiz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 April 1948

Lihraiy Notes UNCONQUERED BY NEIL H. SW ANSON UNCONQUERED is a bltr sweeping story of the Ohio River rcRion of America In the mttl-elRh-tcenth cchtury when the Pontine Conspiracy mndc the vnst Penn- sylvania wilderness a battleground for hard-bit colonists defending their homes against u coalition of merciless Indian tribes. Frequent- ly the Indians were incited to slaughter by rencgnde whites who were trying to lay rapacious hands on the riches of the New World. It is a tale of love and greed of great daring and great disaster. The story of UNCONQUERED starts in a little English village moves on o London crosses the Atlantic to Norfolk and on to Wil- liamsburg. It reaches out into the beautiful and dangerous Ohio wilderness and rises to u roaring climax at the siege of Fort Pitt where its characters are caught up in the violent forces which pioneered the land. In part UNCONQUERED is a powerful and exciting narrative of how one mnn called Martin Garth got control of more than seven ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 April 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Hill Rillv Tonic Orflrsmivatinn Well Underway; Anderson Instructs For the first time in many a year on the tennis couits of Dan- iel Bilker there is u tennis team practicing for matches with other colleges. According to Babe An- derson student coach there will bo games scheduled with different colleges as soon as it is possible. Among the boys working out Is S. G. Wagner who graduated from Santa Anna High School in 1042. He played for high school and won second place in the Coleman tounn- ment in 1938 also pluycd for base "M" Luzon P.I. Joe Grantham another Santa Anna boy who graduated in 1044 was u member of the tennis dou- bles of Santa Anna who won the championship in 1041. Inland Willis lettcrman from Abilene High School was city champion In 1040 and in 1041 runner-up in district. He was beaten by the National Junior Champ. He was also runner-up in the TAAF tournament in Abilene. Lamoln Wright B.H.S. played for Texas A&M in 1042. Prior to that he hud pluycd at ...

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

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1948 NUMBER 24 Pickle Guest Speaker Over KB WD During S.C.A. Program The 'Accents' Have It In Varsity Players Production German and Italian accents arc the order of the day in "Wind in the South" the Swing production of the Varsity Players. The setting of the play is n Ger- man farming settlemen located in Iowa. The action in the original play takes shortly after the close of the first world war but the problems considered could very easily have taken place at the close of World War II. The story concerns the reaction of the village when John the son of a local farmer returns from the war with an Italian bride. The villagers; with the exception of Maria the war bride; speak En- glish with heavy German accents. She in turn speaks with an accent Freed From Vasis European Soprano Now Sings in V. S. Daniza Ilitsch. famed' European opera star who was rescued by Al- lied troops from & Nazi concentre tion camp...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Published Weekly by the students of Daniel Buker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body; to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship; to encourage renter interests and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the administration. K ITOU ... Ainistuut Editor Sports Kditor Society Kditor yashlon Ltiilor.. . . Exchange Kditor . Editorials.. Fenures ..Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Richard Greene Charles Goif. and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forsun .lane Ovtrby Hetty White and Novelle McClelland Faculty Sponsor.. Mrs. Helen Post Wright How To Write A Letter To Your Sweetheart Or Advice For The Mole Who Won't Send Moil "When it conies to letter-writ-' and natural lug some guys got it and some ' In fact says Varsity to get your guys ain't" that's what Judith ideas just imagine a conversation Ellin author and letter-getter knows from sad experience Iiut in a recent iss...

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

THE COLLEGIAN -lib a ! ' . BBbM ' ' v Pit' k I Mvj Br BBnAw Ms Jk' I BBEf'.J ' yi ! 'it ' BbH !" ' mLmK bLbH HjB &SBBBBBBi Afiraef I hAiiMMiii m ...u incr U shown above pictured la the April Issue of Junior Bazaar. It la In pale pink dotted awiaa (the dots are white) with a small collar of eyelet cotton atring.tied In blnsk and dirndl skirt so rol- rnnlnoup that it actually flows Sw".y. i".."?" fods ftom narrow buckled belt BY DOROTHY CLEMENT "If it were possible for you to see yourself with your cyc3 closcil you would realize that your face without the animation your eyes give it has nbout as much charac- ter as a house at night with the lights out." It isn't the Hize color and shape of your eyes that makes them at- tractive. It is what the eyes re- flect. Your health and inner qual- ities like courage humor intelli- gence and ftc. Proper diet out- door exercise and plenty of sleep of course arc the key? to sparkling eyes. But practical care nnd skill- ful make-up can enhance t...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Glances From The Sidelines BY MUTT PRUITT Brownwood had its share of sports' events this week-end with the triangular track meet sponsor cd by Howard Payne with North Texas and T.C.U. co-operatlng. North Texas took first with How- ard Payne second and T.C.U. third. Mcnnwhile Brownwood High School was taking their fifth con- secutive district title. The Lions scored 102 5-0 points to their near- est opponents' 22 points. 13 out of 14 first places were taken by the Lions. Don Graves ran away (or jumped) with the idividual scor- ing honors. Fritz Crisler athletic director of the University of Michigan reveal- ed that lie had no intention of leav- ing his present job to go into pri- vate business us hud been re- ported. The All-Amerlcnn Conference fin- ally won a battle with their rivals of the National League when they signed George Strohmeyer former Notre Dame center. The terms of the contract were not made public but it is understood that Branch Rickey of the Dodgers hu...

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

THE COLLEGIAN V VOL 38 Roy White Famous Athlete; Ex DB Student And Coach Visits 'Home' Saturday If you thumb through the sports records of the Southwest of moro thun 20 years ago you can find no nnme that stunds out with greater prominence thun that of Roy White. In ' taking Daniel Baker alone the name of Roy White stands at the apex of u pyramid of grout sports figures who have trod the soil out here on the hill for more than half a century. During the seasons of VJVJ '20 21 '22 Roy White developed Into one of tho greatest figures in Southwest football while playing for Daniel Bukcr. Along with his gridiron feats here he was also u lettcrmun in every other spoi t that was offered. Leaving Daniel Baker after the season in 1022 White entered Vul- puriso University in Indiana and lettered in three sports football basketball and baseball. After u year with Vulpuriso he signed with the professional Chicago Bears and remained with this tcum until 11KJ0. White hus the distinction of be- i...

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

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Unker 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 EJITOU - Roger Wooldridge Assistant Editor - Ovoleo Glover Sports Editor - Mutt Pruitt Society Editor Neldu Sessions Fashion Eiiitor Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor Marian Connelly Editorials.. . Wray Post Joe Grantham Fenurcs ..Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Richard Greene Charles Goff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forson Jane Overby Hetty White and Novollo McClelland Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright HARNETT EDITORIAL Continued from page 1) any place without thinking and I too am guilty of doing just ihnt hut I am going to watch myself from now on because 1 appreciate the many luxuries and conven...

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

fs. iM u !'. l!'' '' V ! f Mttt Tkt Faulty Continued from page 1) Ing Department working out of Temple nt first and later out of Galveston where I was married to Mary Helen Green who was u Daniel Baker Ex-student at that time in the University of Texas School of Nursing and who finish- ed there with the degree of Regis- tcred Nurse. While I was working at Galveston I went through the 1015 hurricane and was the Engl- Ing of the tracks on Gnlvcston ottdM oi(? jo oJUmp uj poottd aoou Causeway. In 1017 I was transfcrcd to the SA&AP Railroad where I worked out of Yoakum Texas. During the first world war I was Engineer in charge of putting in tracks nt Brooks Field and Camp Funston at Leon Springs. After the 1018 hurricane at Corpus Christi I was in charge of the rebuilding of the SA&AP tracks there. I resigned from the SA&AP Railroad service in 1021 to come back to Brownwood to live. Upon returning to Brownwood I began to teach part-time. I went buck to the University of Texa...

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

THE COLLEGIAN D. B. C. Sof tballers Barring any mishaps that might occur In pre-senson drills the Dan- iel Baker Hill Billies should otien the softbnll season out here on the hill this spring with one of the stiongcst teams the blue and white hint put on the field In many sea- sons. Possessing abundant skill in the field ami u hard punch at the pinto the Ilillles huve not even one worry to contend with In their own lineup and with Lloyd Wiseman doing the mound chores this scu- con Coach Chester Weidman hna finally ironed out it wrinkle that has stifled blue and white crews in seasons past. In a pre-senson practice till with the Howard Pnjne Jack cts List Thursday night the Weidman crew gnVc fans a nncnk preview of things to come this year with notice that the older the seiisiin gets the tougjier the b"s out here on the hill will lie. Digging in behind Wiseman's pitching which allowed little hitting the infield had few opportunities to demonstrate its talent but the outfield ball haw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1948

Special Ex-Student Edition THE COLLEGIAN BACK THE BAKER BILLIES BACK THE BAKER BELLIES VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 28 19IK NUMBER 2U UT President Score Summarizes Year's Progress Southern Association Inspection Awaits Required minimum Endowment Wo huvu just prepared the un- nti.il report to tliu Trustees of Southwestern University on our operations since June I 1U4T. We tire particularly happy mid encouraged nt the progress made nt Daniel Baker. During the past year under the leadership of Mr. J. W. Trapp A.B. A.M. LL.D. Regent of the Co lie no and K. K. Mcndenhall A.I). A.M. Ped.M. Ph.D. Dean of the College we have been uble to go forward in a Must in' creating way. The facul- ty has been enlarged and stregth- enul anil we are happy to announ- ce that the Southern Association of Schools and Colleges received our report on Daniel Baku- Col- DR. SCORE CAMPUS PERSONALITY SHORTY SMITH Age 21 Height (V 8" Weight 155 Hair Ihown Eyes . . Drown Dark and Sing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1948

i ! THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body; to ostnbllsh high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship; to encourage greater interests nnd participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the students nnd the administration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wooldrldge Assistant Editor Ovnlee Glover Sports Editor .. Mutt Pruitt Society Editor Neldu Sessions Fashion Editor . Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor . Matlnn Connelly Editorials... Winy Post Joe Ginnthant Fcnurcs ..Muiion Connelly Ted Kit by Richard Greene Cluules Goff and Tommy McClcllanil Rcpoitcis Viiginiu Poison June Oveiby Hetty White and Novello McClelland Faculty Sponsor Mi?. Helen Post Wilght What Is Expected Of BY ROSS WILSON The duties of oui ptcsent day hight school toadies are now more important than ever. There are numcious le.isons for this belief but I shall dwell upon those three which I ...

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