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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Couples On The Campus Nat aid Daialky Oltalaa Our chosen couple on the cum- pus this week is Mr. and Mrs. Nat Glcnton. Nat official bell ringer is a Junior and is majoring in ed- ucation. Dorothy Glcnton is ti senior and is also majoring in education. It was eight years ago in HMO that Dorothy and Nut first met. At this time both were freshmen in college here. However the curious putt of their of their love affair is that they never dated but frequently double-dated during thut memor- able yenr. Shortly nftcr their freshman year Nut joined the Air Corps and Dorothy remained in school until 1043. During the summer of 1045 they' met for the second time. Nat was home on furlough ami met Doro- thy accidentally in town one day; They talked of their school days discussed old mutual acquaint- ances nnd parted but not before Nat had asked for n date that night and the answer was yes. It was Nat and Dorbthy every night for the remainder of Nat's furlough and it hits been said N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 April 1948

fev THE COLLEGIAN SCORE 3-3 Break Even at Ranger Tennis Meet The D.B.C. tennis team of Wil- liam Anderson Lclnnd Willis Joe Grantham Buddy Wilder and Ln- moin Wright were batting 600 last Thursday nftcrnoon at Rnn- ger when they took three out of tho six matches played. In the number one single G game Babe Anderson lost to his Ranger opponent 3-0 3-0. In tho mean- time Lclnnd Willis was taking his opponent fl-1 8-0 in the number two singles. Buddy Wilder had hard luck In the number three sin- gles ho lost 0-4 8-0 and in the number four sinblcs Joe Grantham turned on the heat and took his match 7-5 4-0 0-2. In tho number one doubles match the Hill Billies team Lclnnd Willis and Babe Anderson won their match 7-5 0-3. In the num- ber two doubles Joe Grantham and Lamoln Wright lost to tho Ranger boys 0-8 Mr 4-0. There will be a return match here next week cither Thursday or Friday afternoon and everyono is l invited to como out and sec it. Glances From The Sidelines OVAMITV-MH'!" to Y0M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 12 1948 NUMBER 27 THREE HONORARY DEGREES TO BE CONFERRED i SENATE FACULTY BANQUET WD FOR FRIDAY Students Invited To Attend The Formal Dance Following Banquet A formal banquet for the stu- dent senate and faculty of Daniel Baker College will bo held Friday May 14 at 7:30 at the Brownwood Hotel. The student body is invit- ed to uttend a formal dunce on the roof garden at (1:00 following the banquet. This banquet will be u formal farewell sociul with the program theme that of appreciation speech- es by students and faculty. High- lighting the evenings enteituin- ment will be singing by Mrs. Gail Allen wife of Jack Allen a grad- uating Senior. Since this will in all probability be the lust social of the year many students are expected to take ad- vantage of the first off-thc-cum-pus dunce of the year. Haman Relations Topic 01 Pickle Ckapel Lecture Human relations was the topic of the brief but informative tulk made...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Bnkcr College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body; to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship; to encourago greater interests and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the ndminis-tratlon. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wooldridgc Assistant Editor Ovalee Glover Sports Editor - - - Mutt l''" Society Editor N'elda Sessions Vnshion Editor...- 1 - Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor - Marian Connelly Editorials - -- Wrny Post Joe Grantham Fcaures ..Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Richard Greene Charles Goff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forsun Faculty Sponsor. "Wind In South" Needs Your Help Tins oppoitunity now faces our student body and U ready to embrace the "DBC-itos" with a brotherly kiss. "Wind in the South" is just the kind of play that should draw one hundred per cent of our student body and enough townspe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN FASHION S American Consumers Puppets of Fashion Leaders According to Student Writer Style und fashion arc not syn onymoufl although most of us use thu words iiitcrchuiiKcuhlu. With reference to clothing ntyle Is any distinctive mode of tailoring while fashion is the stlye prevailing at any given time. A style evolves slowly und re- flects the people's life. Fashion is a chameleon ever changing. A slow change in styles represents a true human want for people weary of sameness but fashion changes create u high rate of ob- solescence for many kinds of goods of which the classic exam- ple is womens' clothing. So powerful and restless is the force of fashion that in contrast to the generation or mode of life that styles formerly enjoyed the average life of the modern style is two years. Fashions is not limited to the field of clothing. For example when automoble engineers design- ed their first cars they were con- cerned primarily with the perform- ance. Appearance was a ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Daniel Baker Netmen Take Howard Pavne In Tennis Match WIN ALL SIX GAMES Dunlcl Baker tennis team lo-l by student coach William Ander- son completely overwhelmed the Howarl l'nync Yellow Jnckct Net- ters Inst week with a clean sweep of 0 matches played on the Brown- wood High School courts. This was the third intercolleg- iate match for Anderson's Hill Billy Nettcrs in their first mutches of the season. They split a scries with Hunger Junior College U-3. The following week on the Daniel Haker College courts the Hill 1311- lies romped to a 0-1 victory over the Hangers. In lust week's mutches Anderson defeated Hl'C's Dill Burton 5-7 0-1 und 0-3. Le- InndWillis former city champion in Abilene took n pair of mutches from Wurren Murbry of Howard l'uync 0-1 and 7-5. Joe Grantham walloped Ralph Higgins 0-2 und 0-1 while Charles Wright wus win- ning over Frank Itutlcdge 7-5 und 0-2. Andeison und Wilis teamed up to score Dunlcl Bilker's victory over Bui ton und Muibry winning 0-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1948

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel linker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body; to establish high standards of conduct scholarship anil sportsmanship; to encourage ttreater interests and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the administration. COLLEGIAN EDITOR Assistant Editor -. Sports Editor Society Editor i'ashlon Editor . Exchange Editor . !."" "'" ....... ".LIU " Editorials-- Feaures .Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Richard Greene Chailos Guff Honoiters Virginia Foison Faculty Sponsor. Colleges Must Dispel Ignorance This observation made by tin- President's Commission on Higher Education summarizes a weakness of our educational sy.stem which is glaringly evident to investigator. To realize the inefficiency of our present-day methods of teaching physical education one needs only to observe the average man or woman in eveiyday life. Obviously the vast majority fol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1948

'a THE COLLEGIAN Brown County Gazette Bangs Texas Veterans News World War II veterans In educa- tion and training programs arc urged not to write or contact Vet- erans Administration Offices ask- ing how to qualify for increased subsistence benefits due to recent changes authorized by Congress in rutest celling jind number of dependents. The higher rates will be paid automatically to those GI Trainees whose existing applications with VA contain the information need- to certify them for increases VA sold. Adjustments for disabled vet- erans training under the Vocation- al Rehabilitation Act (Public Law 10) and qualified to receive addi- tional benefits also will be auto- matic. When additional information is needed from veterans training un- der the G. I. Bill the veteran will receive a form from VA asking for the necessary data. The first of these forms ure already in the mail VA said. Veteran-trainees are urged to fill In the forms completely und return them promptly to VA. Ad- jus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Billies Open With Five- Dunlcl Baker's tottering softball j kingdom took another severe lilow lust Thursday night when Howard Puync stormed over the blunder- ing Hill Billies 5 to 0 to ndd u darker shude to un already gloomy position on the diamond front. The Yellow Jacket nine took four hits and rolled over the splut- tering Billies in championship foim as the crew out hero on the Hill continued its hltless streak. A single by catcher Dillingham was the only Baker hit of the night and the seventh of the sea- son for the team in five games. In the strikeout farce with Howard Payne last Thursday only twenty- three Billies fuced the offeilngs of Jacket mound.smnn Kight. Seven hits In five games 1 It- self grim evidence that the Billy waniors are an impotent ciew with the stick but the most dam- aging weakness of the Bnkerltos in the I IPC contest Thuisday night was the team's inability to handle the ball. Seven errors were com- mitted around the infield and these errors ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 1948

X THE COLLEGIAN Mall Ttu Chtck Ptf Ltyalty Faaa Tatol Frtitift tat Pail Stiff tkt Prtitat AiiMtifci fitiit it. VOL 88 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MAY 2 1948 "Wind In The South" Draws Overflow Runs Second Night LAST CURTAIN FALLS After playing n second-night performance to accomodate one of largest audiences to see a DBC stage production presented in the Duniel Bukcr auditorium in scverul seasons. This spring's outstnnd- ing success was due to several rea- sons among them being the fact that the pluy chosen wus one with a theme ox current and imperative interest. Secondly the cast for "Wind in the South" was remark- ubly fitting for the Varsity play- ers and the performance by each Realistic Rain Scene Causes Embanasment One of the most realistic de- ceptions of the recent Varsity pro- duction was the sound effects. Particularly the sound of thunder lightning and ruin. First there was n rumble of thunder then a flush of lightning visible through a stage window and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 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 ((renter interests and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the students and the administration. Where Aie These Exei ? ? ? 1 COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOIl - - Koger Wooldridgc Assistant Editor Ovalee Glover Sports Editor . - Mutt 1'ruittl Society Editor Neldu Sessions Vnshion Editor - Dorothy Clements Exchange Editor Marian Connelly Editorials - Wruy Post .Joe Grantham Feaures ...Marion Connelly Ted Kirby Itlchurd Greene Charles Goff and Tommy McClelland Reporters Virginia Forson .lane Oveiby Hetty White and Novellu McClelland Faculty Sponsor - - Mrs. Helen Post Wright Why I Became A School Teacher 1Y TED KIHHY Dr. Thompson: "I became a teacher because 1 felt that 1 could net a greater per- sonal satisfaction out of teachin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN f. J- i a 4 Htw anti Thtrt With Iht Exti Dorlcc and Lynn Alford of the clans of '37 are teaching school at Lnmeim. Their address is Star Kouto 4. Mrs. Lydia Boenicke Eoff of the class of '32 now lives at Blanket. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Halshcll worn the first to contribute to the recent Living Endowment Campaign. They were both members of the '47 graduating class. George T. Holmes of the class of 1012 now lives at 2228 Saratoga Drive Loulvilie 6 Kentucky. Holmes has the distinction of hav- ing sent his Living Endowment Gift from the greatest distance thus far. Mrs. Edna A. Kirk now lives in Gorman Texas. Miss Maud Latham class of '42 of Stcphcnville Texas has been teaching school in Coleman. Gale Collier is now Mrs. Jack Allen and works for a Brownwood insurance firm. Jack will get his degree from DBC nt the June Commencement. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Alexander live near Brownwood. Mr. Alexander was one of the main participants in tno square dancing at ths "Ranch Week" Barn Dance...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 May 1948

THE COLLEGIAN Growls From the Bell Tower BY ROGER WOOLBRIDGE This pnper puts n 'thirty' be- hind throe consecutive term? of COLLEGIAN editorship for mo. When I wns informally elected editor by the retiring staff nt mid- term last year we were struggling to put out a small five-column pa- per every other week and believe me the going was rough. The paper hn? come n long way since then and if you're thinking is has a long way to go I'm the first to agree. One of the longest leaps towards n successful paper In my opinion has been the organization of n journalism class. Under the di- rection of Mrs. Helen Post Wright our sponsor censor and instructor wo have studied the arts of news- paper writing and used the Col- legian for our laboratory work. We make errors because we arc learning. These errors are im- portant because in class criticism they are discussed and solutions suggested. No small amount of credit for Improvement-goes Xo our public re- lations director Don Rodgors. Don has s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 September 1948

061 17 4-4-9 Daiiief Bah College. 0 m m a I - jy ' ""wj; iHmw 1V IP t .f VOL. 39 The Delta Beta Chi Reports (IT the nineteen members of last ycur only nine arc returning to the campus of D.B.C.; the others uro husy at various other jobs: Murl Popper and Mugilcnc Pierce art1 teaching school 1'iricll Eurly and Nolda Ltiffcrty have entered business school in some other in- stitution Tylene McQueen is work- ing in Houston Hetty Oliver has Cunt! deep Into the woods of (Jus- tuu' Alma Coats has her own lab- oratory in Louisnna Mary For- tune is doing church work in Ne- braska Marilyn Wilhelm is help- ing run the city of Comanche and Mary Sue Forehand is trying to work up to lie inanacer of Mc- Clellaud's. Wanda Wilhelm senior and past president who spent her sixteen- day vacation in Comanche will re- ceive her H. A. Decree in August of 1!M! with a major in home economics and a minor in educa- tion. Wanda also belongs to the S. C. A. M. R. C. Club Choral Club and Spanish Club Hobbyo Newton...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 September 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unhinged opinion of the student body; to establish high standards of conduct scholarship! wi encourage greater Interest and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the student and the adminisrntion. COLLEGIA N S T A F F EDITOR . - - .... Hill .Baker Sports Editor - Mutt Pruitt Society Editor Hetty White Fashion Editor ... -- Dorothy (Ueaton Editorials .... - Wray Post Features -- - -- Stanley Hurnhain Faculty Sponsor --. Mrs. Helen Host Wright Fashions For The Stronger Sex By D. Glentnn Life is stirring again along Fra- ternity How all over the country from Dartmouth to many-campus-cd University of California. The old crowd is back anil there aie new faces the freshmen bewilder- ed but eager to fit themselves in- to campus life. All imporuini pan ui ih-ihk m nt any college whether Yale or ole Daniel linker lies in dressing like the uppercla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 September 1948

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 September 1948

THE COLLEGIAN THIS YEAR S BILLIES 1 1 Class time is here ugnin but it is only u step ahead of football this year since the Billies will see action against the San Marcos Bob cats on the 18th. Then we come right back home for n game on the 24th with the Sul Ross Lobos with whom wo have n little matter to settle. For those who do not know we play nil homo games in Brownwood High Stadium just a few blocks from our campus lo- cated right behind Brownwood Hiirh School. This Is n beautiful flnld with steel structured stands accomodating around seven thous and fans. The Billies this year uro being tutored by head coach Chester (Cotton) Weidman for the second year and our new assistant concli Sheets and look bettor nt this time than lust year at the same time. We will bu hoping and fighting for a good year und something for I). II. C. students to talk about in the future. Hcie are some of the boys who will furnish the fight this year. Stuiting nt the wing posts wo have three capable lettcrm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 1948

r Y VOL. :i! aniel Baker Proclaims mv.ztmwrm :w li-. 4 ' ' "v." -C fewf"Sww frfVOMKN T;Ss53S o Hill Sillie Co-Caplains Selected .Steplieiivillo Texas is the proud voiitrihutoi of Daniel Hakef Col- IcjjoV I'JIS-M'.i (.')-( apt. James "Hull Don" Willinuliam. He is 'J2 year? of ane ami is a l!)." pound lettoiman tackle on the D.U.C. football team. He is also a mem- ber of the A.O.F. fiatomity and served om the student council last year. "Hull Doj" lettoiul in Ml M'A and 'J3 as a lineman with he Yellow Jackets of StephenvilL- Hii;h and huuleil down all dis- trict honois .is a triiavd in ISM!!. In Hill after hih scliool Ki'.uluu- tion "Uncle Sam" licckoned and Tames turned up in a Navy uni- form. He spent most of his time aboard the USS Marshal plowing around in the Sruth Pacific. Cirabhiii? a discharge in ISMtS he turned up at John Tarleton Junior CoIIckc whoie he was a member of the I'lowboy football team. IH.s jilay at a tackle position gained him honoiable mention in all con- ference...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 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; to encourage greater interest and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the student and the ndminisration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Billy Baker ASSISTANT EDITOR Virginia Forson BUSINESS MANAGER Stanley Burnham SPORTS EDITOR J. H. Childs SOCIETY EDITOR Dorothy Glcaton FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wray Post FEATURES Tommy McClelland EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Overby REPORTERS Mlnesue Wright Novellc Mc Clelland Herman Thomas Betty Lindsey Mutt Pruitt Richard Green Jim Xnapp Dixie Davidson Robert Lyklns CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright Hop On A Bandwagon BY WRAY POST That word to the wise has been sufficient is exemplified by the frosh in the pre-weok's street painting the bonfire wood at the pep rally the whole-hearted but-t...

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