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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 1948

Fashions By Dorothy Glcaton The corduroy jumper will ro to nil college classes this year with n groat assortment of blouses. Velveteen will bo another popular fabric used in jumpers. The new- est jumper will serve the purpose of n jumper and a skirt. The wnist is buttoned on the skirt In front and back nnd "presto" your jumper becomes a dream of u skirt. The hats this fall will bo small nnd beautiful Some of the most popular types will be fur velvet folt with n velvet brim u puff beret n round pillbox a cap-calotte a little hood for circlnt-cut hnir and the small derby. It matches the costume or not as you please. One mnln item in fall fashions this year is the cont. Theto will be a beautiful coat ovorywheie you look. There is the profile coat that nips and blares the belted coat the cont with wonderful warmth lined with wool jersey or fur and Inst but not lenst the sloping grcnt-coat that accompan- ies n suit. Women who adore di esses will discover a new basic In the unnd- crned Je...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 September 1948

THE COEEEGIAN Billies Go Down 34-7 Before Sul Ross Br J. H. ChlMi Weight and experience proved to be too much for the hustling hard fighting Billies Friday night at the High School Stadium. They were overpowered and ouUcored but not outplayed. Their never-ay-die spirit held the admiration of the fans throughout tho game. If Coach Weidman and Coach Sheets can get these injuries to come around look out Southwest- ern. Jim Wilder fast charging Blllie end set up the D.B.C. score by pouncing on a Sul Ross fumble on their 35 yard line. After a line play had gone for three yards a penalty against Sul Ross took tho ball down to the ten yard line giving the Billies a first down with ten to go to pay dirt. It took Llston Todd freshman back from Albany just one try to go all tho way. Aided by some very good blocking Todd blasted right through the middle of the big Lo- boe line and scooted over standing up. Co-capt. James Willingham booted a perfect strike for the ex- tra point and D.B.C. had s...

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

LrKjg P i VOL. 39 Dr. Meideiball Addrenei Stident Body In his first formal address to Dnnlcl Baker students Dr. It. E. Mendenhnll warned them that the present period of their lives is that period in which habits are formed These habits he stated further might be good or bad depending on the individuals will. One habit to be avoided is that of drinking. Dr. Mendenhnll set forth the evils of alcohol pointing out sev- eral reasons why drinking should be shuncd. He mentioned the facts that alcohol dulls the mind slows up the reactions of the nerv- es and generally depreciates the person's ability. In conclusion Dr. Mendenhnll urged that nil students bypass the habit of drinking. Nil. Sheets- Heads Coiral By Minesue Wright The smiling face thnt one sees behind the counter in the Corral is that of Mrs. Luetic Sheets wife of Assistant Coach Sheets. She is originally from Iown where she got her degree in Home Economics nt Iown Stute University. Before her marriage Mrs. Sheets was n teacher ...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbinscd opinion of the student body; to estnbllsh high tandnrds of conduct scholarship; to encourage greater Interest nnd participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between tho student und the ndminlsratlon. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDIT0R Billy Baker ASSISTANT EDITOR Virginia Forson BUSINESS MANAGER ... Stanley Burnham SPORTS EDITOR j . chlh8 SOCIETY EDITOR Dorothy GIcnton FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wrny Post FEATURES Tommy McClelland EXCHANGE EDITOR jnno 0verby REPORTERS Mlnesuc Wright Novclle Mc Clellnnd Herman Thomas Betty Lindsey Mutt Pruitt Richard Green Jim Knnpp Dixie Davidson Robert Lykins CARTOONIST Vryov Wyn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright THE COLLEGIAN Frtpirt Tt Mtiit EDITORIAL BY WRAY POST This week we arc going to dedicate a word to the seniors of Daniel Baker College to those who have been here from start to finish and have to sum It up fo...

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

THE COLLEGIAN y-i t ' ; r fc '- V So you nro going to hnve your picture taken! Don't Just sny your unphotogenlc unci ex poet the worst. Co-opcrntc with your photographer mid do something nbout it. It is mild that the cum- era cannot lie. ..but it certainly tell a very Inrge fib unless you do your part. Here are n few helpful hints on what to wear for the event. Wear the kind of clothes that arc basic inconsplcious and keep the gen- eral effect uncluttered. Even the tmitablc-for-main street test is not strict enough. For some clothes which look fine on the street such as checks plaids and stripes give your face too much- competition in n hoad-and-should-ers picture. Of course you have seen plaids in fashion pictures. The photographer wants the clothes to take the spot light but when you present your picture to a friend you are not offering n dress for sale. Choose n neutral-colored sweat- er blouse or suit a plain color or very smmall print. Avoid an ex- cess of jewelry. Unless the p...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Bsssssssssssspsssssssnn i 3 4-R'' s . 'iHr ' i"- & LiiiB IBVBRsRsBtak: " DON'NIE ROWLAND LUtnai Of Tkt Wttk It was surely hard to pick a lineman this week but we finally settled on Donald Rowland. This is the second week for a guard to capture the honors. The steadi- ness of his play is our reason for picking Don. All night long no matter where the play went you would find Rowland there too. He made several outstanding tackles. He was very closely followed by end J. D. Atwcll. That was nico playing Atwell. Oelke J. Wilder Wiseman Little and several others stood out at times too. lick Of Tkt Wttk Co-Cnptain Carroll "Crazy Legs" Tatom is our pick for the Billie "back-of-the-week." It was his driving slashing runs that kept picking up yardage against the Pirates and his steady defensive play was outstanding. "Crazy Legs" made the longest Billie run of the night twenty yards when he almost broke loose for a T. D. in the third quarter. He came up and met the ball carrie...

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

v nnnSMeaia n0 VOI 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE.lUtOWNWOOl) TEXAS MONDAY OCTOBER 25 1948 NUMBER 4 ' ' a- jgSnMhk. .Bj 2BapaMMM Hv.v jMr W&& f 'f'Jr 49BHSflinHP -w fW '$ Wnkr -31 !& i nnnVin' nnnnnBBr &!w$-. w"y ;. 3'' & annv . '.'v" Betty Jean Harris Named Football Sweefheart Betty Jcnn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harris of Bangs Texas. She finished Bangs High School in 1048 and started to Daniel Baker in the summer of 1948. Her major is Elementary Education. Football Sweetheart Stood-Up By Student Body The main question in everyone's mind these days is "Whut happen- ed to the Football Queen?" To save cmbarassement on the purt of anyone here is the complete story: Instead of having to sit through the game in a formal Betty Jcnn Harris stayed home with the un- derstanding that Nat Gleaton would come by for her in time for the half-time presentation. How- ever in the phone cull between Betty and Nat there was a mix-up of addresses and Nut got 1004 D instead of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 October 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 participation1 in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-opera-tion between the student and the ndininisration. On Other Campi N" COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Billy Baker ASSISTANT EDITOR Virginia Forson BUSINESS MANAGER Stanley Burnham SPORTS EDITOR J. H. Childs FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wray Post FEATURES Tommy McClelland EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Ovcrby REPORTERS Mlnesue Wright Novclle Mc- Clelland Herman Thomas Betty Lindsey Mutt Prultt Richard Green Jim Knapp Dixie Davidson Robert Lykins CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright "The Skiff" T.C.U. Last week a flag of truce or peace waved over the T.C.U. A & M battle- front striving to bring a cessation of "hostilities" which have existed for several years. The Frogs sug- ge...

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

THE COLLEGIAN & BY BETTY WHITE Fall fashions full around the silhouette. Silhouotto news is the slim lino skirts which hnng straight and become more dramatic in their tapered hemline. They retain the longer graceful length. Back fullness is a detail which is sought. . . .a cluster of pleats or n bit of tucking or anything that is pretty in rcrcat. Emphasis to the skirt silhouette is given by small waistlines as the focal point. Shoulders arc gcntlly sloping or at least rounded. The new sleeve springing from a low-set armseyc becomes full halfway down the upper arm and tapers to a narrow wrist. Necklines are chosen with an easy open feeling and show the prettiest part of the throat. Tlicy may be high and plain or curved deeply with tiny collars or large flat ones but the neck is well-defined. Fashion interest is a tip-to-toe affair. Hair and hat line play an important role in casting a sil- houette. The hairline along with the waistline is a key part of the silhouette. Short hair...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Billies Lose To Quachita It was a hard hitting hard charging and rough playing bunch of Tigers from Quachita College that hung a 27 to 0 defeat on the battered Billies Saturday night. The Tigers captilized on Billie fum- bles and mistakes striking through the air and on the ground for their scores. THE GAME AS IT WENT Daniel Baker won the toss nnd elected to receive. Ike Sharpe 250 pound Tiger tackle started the fireworks with a becoming kick-off that went to Al Dacus on the 15 he took it back to the 33. Ray Todd made 8 on a hand-off from quarterback S. Burnham the first play of the game. Helmer got one in the line and R. Todd made it a first to the 45. S. Burnham faked a hand-off and went for 7 carrying to the Tiger 48. Two plays failed and Wynn back to punt dropped tho ball but got off a short punt to the Tiger 30. Oclke and Helmer broke through and smeared McKnight for a 4 yard loss on the first Tiger offen- sive try. Oehlke Thompson and Tobey stopped McKnight 1-2 y...

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

m J J flu iv VOL. 39 Dimitry Mukevitch World Famous CellestTo Appear At DBC Dimitry Mnrkevitch world fam- ous cellist who will appeal' at Brownwood on November 8 under the uusplces of Daniel Baker on his second transcontinental tour of the United States returned to this country October 15th after one of the most successful European concert tours ever made by a con- cert artist. This is borne out by the amazing list of reengugemonts he has been offered following his European re- citals and performances as soloist with symphony orchestras. Fol- lowing a recital in Vienna Aus- tria Markovitch was reengaged nt once for nn appearance with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and for an additional recital in 1949. A concert in Barcelona Spain demanded immediate reengage- ment for a tour of Spain in May 1918 which again proved so suc- cessful he will follow it with an- other tour in 1949. At Santander his success was so tremendous that a second recital in the same city was given by public demand ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 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 und the udminlsration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR : Billy Baker ASSISTANT EDITOR Virginia Forson BUSINESS MANAGER Stanley Burnhnm SPORTS EDITOR J. H. Chllds FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wray Post FEATURES Tommy McClelland EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Overby REPORTERS Minesuc Wright Novello Mc- Clellund Herman Thomas Betty Lindsey Mutt Pruitt Richard Green Jim Knnpp Dixie Davidson Robert Lyklns CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright PLENTY TO DO FEW TO DO IT BY WRAY POST Along with the north wind Jack Frost colds cars that won't start in the morning und the opportunity to show off thnt new top- coat there has ulso come a slight chill on the old DBC s...

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

THE COLLEGIAN I IV v John Robert 'Powers America's prophet of beauty visited 8t. Louis the latter part of October with eight of his beautiful models to introduce the John Robert Pow- ers cosmetics. Mr. Powers phil- osophy is that beauty consists to a large extent of making the most of what you have. Some of the essentials arc self confidence self understanding nnd perservancc. A woman can de- velop these to her own best advan- tage and her own greater charm. When it comes to charm Powers agrees with a character in a James Barrie pluy who said "If you have it you dop't need nnything else; and if you don't have it it doesn't matter what else you have." There arc seven elements ac- cording to Powers which make a woman pleasing in appearance and charming in manner which is after all a pretty good definition of beauty. These arc the rules: 1. She must make the most of her face and hair. 2. She must strive for good posture and physical appearance. 3. She must walk with rhythm and grace. 4...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Corpus Christi Spoils Billie Homecoming m it was a rough University of Corpus Christi football team that spoiled the homecoming festival for the Bluo and White Sat. Oct. 30. Coach Chatter Allen's boys were able to rack up 33 points while the Billies were being blanked. The Tarpons got away to an early six point lead in the first period added another marker in the second two in the third and clinched things with one score in the final period. The Tarpons didn't hog all the HAib' 4.3K BBflSK 'HBi ' BBBPw f ' -R . HBJ ' v? "Wk' 4 bbbb "" LLk SBf BBhhf Bf mW"'imk '" 'L f B VB&'lBlaMMBVSVSVjBa ELMER THOMPSON Ummm of tkt Wttk ..Steady Elmer Thompson gets the nomination for the llnoman-of-tho-week honors. Elmer hails from Dibol Texas and earned a letter last year. In every game this year Elmer has been a stand-out on de- fense and the game with the U. C.C. Tarpons was no exception. He handles the center position well on offense and is the kind of line backer we like to ha...

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

Jk ' I VOL. 3B DANIEL ItAKER COLLEGE.IIROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOV. 24 1948 NUMBER 6 Six D.B.C. Students Selected For Who's Who Six students from Dnnicl Baker College were selected In secrecy by members of the faculty to repre- sent our college in Who's Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. Nnt Gleiiton president of D.B.C. student body is one of the seniors selected for Who's Who. Nnt graduated from high school in 1010. He attended Daniel Baker during 1010-41 nnd was n mem- ber of the basketball team while here. After a short lapse of time Nat returned to Daniel Baker in 1010 to continue his education. Our student b o d y president seems to hnve always hail hi" share of responsibility for he was editor of the Trnilin 101(5-1" vice- president of the A.O.F. Fraternity in the summer of 1(018 and most athletic boy during 1040-47. Nat seems to bo holding up well under the strain of being our president and is certainly doing a fine job. He is majoring in education and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 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; to encourage greater interest and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-opera tion between the student and the lulmlnlsrntion. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Billy Baker ASSISTANT EDITOR Virginia Forson BUSINESS MANAGER Stanley Burnham SPORTS EDITOR J. II. Childs FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wray Post FEATURES Tommy McClelland EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Overby REPORTERS Minesuc Wright Novcllc Mc- Clellatitl Herman Thomas Betty Limlsey Mutt Pruitt Richard Green Jim Knnpp Dixie Davidson Robert Lykins CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright Who Originated Thanksgiving? To most of us Thanksgiving is a distinctively American holiday. Wo are still a young vigorous nation; wo arc still close in spirit ami custom to the Puritans that small and sturdy band who ...

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

""WTflflPP"" i M I -v y V Somcono once said "You can spot a Rehool girl or boy anywhere. They all look alike. The girls wear sloppy sweaters and skirts. The boys wear faded blue jeans and shirts the older the better. This someone would have a big surprise in sore for him if he could talk to some of D.B.C.'s students about their preferences in regard to cam- pus clothes. In fact in some in- stances he would receive a mild shock I Here are n few individual opinions: Gloria Anderson likes simple tailored dresses skirts and blouses. Pearls are her choice in the jewelry department. Dixie Davidson snys skirts nnd long sleeve sweaters are her choice. She prefers simple jew- elry. Kathy King says "Anything you happen to navel " Sweaters and skirts arc popular with Kathy. Garlnn Frlx likes slacks sports jackets soft inexpensive sports shirts or a shirt and tic. He thinks shoes which arc well-shined arc an asset to campus clothing. Jack McCulley declares "You shouldn't be caught without n jac...

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

THE COLLEGIAN BiUits Play Imlinu In Last Gum 01 Stason The Billies closed out the 1048 football season nt Kingsvllle last Saturday night. The Javelinas were the victors and thus the Blue and White ended the season with one victory and seven losses. As far as games won arc concerned the Billies had a bad season but considering their inexperience smallncss in number and other things it wasn't so bad. We are still with you Billies and are look- ing forward to better years. We will say again that we greatly admire your fighting nevcr-say-dic spirit. In the face of so many setbacks it takes a lot of the "right stuff" to keep going the way you boys did. o Sptt Btfsit Tktii Eyti The captains of two college teams were meeting with the of- ficials in mldficld for the coin preliminary to the kickoff. They shook hands all around and the refree was fingering a shiny new silver dollar ready to flip it into the air when ono of the captains produced a green sheet of paper. There was printing on it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1948

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY DEC. 15 1948 NUMBER 7 Varsity Players Will Present "Barrets' Mill Taylor'i "Madona Unit" Pnbliihed By The Gride Teacher By H. II. Thomas 'THE MADONA UNIT' written by Miss Ethel Muy Taylor ap- peared in the November issue of "The Grade Teacher". The scheme of Miss Taylor's outline centers around the study and collection of pictures of the Madonnas. The purpose is to give to the Christmas Season new stu- dent activity and program mater- ial avoiding repetition from year to year: and to enrich the childrens knowledge and appreciation of the origin of the Christmas Festival. Miss Taylor asserts that i:i the many instances she made use of this idea "the children entered in- to it heartily and showed the keen- est kind o interest and enjoy- ment." The plan may be adapted to any age or grade or combination of grades. For instance at one time it was done in a one-room rural school grades one to eigne in- clusive; in anothe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1948

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 encouruge greater interest and participation in all school activities; and to promote Btronger co-operation between the student and the adminisration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Billy Buker ASSISTANT EDITOR Virginia Forson BUSINESS MANAGER Chester Harrell SPORTS EDITOR J. H. Childs FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wray Post FEATURES Tommy McClelland EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Overby EEPORTERS Minesue Wright Novellc Mc- Clelland Herman Thomas Betty Lindsey Mutt Pruitt Richard Green Jim Knapp Dixie Davidson Robert Lykins CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright By Crystal Ball And Tea Leaves For the past week I've been gazing into crystal balls looking into teu leaves and all that sort of thing trying to determine what our football team will be doing in the future. I must add that I have come u...

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