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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1948

THE COLLEGIAN WilliifkiM-Wiltoi Elf tftntit Told April has been chosen as the month for the marriage of Miss Billie Rose Wilson and Mr. James Willingham. Billie Rose daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wilson 2304 Austin Avenue Brownwood Texas gradu- ated from Brownwood High School in 1045. She has attended T.S.C.- W. Howard Payne College and is a junior transfer to Daniel Baker Coillege. Besides serving as cheer leader this past fall Billie Rose takes an active part in many or- ganizations on the campus and in the town. James son of Mrs. Jewell Wil- lingham 524 North Graham Stephenville Texas is a 1043 grad- uate of S.H.S. "Bull Dog" as he is best known served in the Navy for two years during the recent war. He attended J.T.A.C. for one year and is now in his second year at D.B.C. "Dog" was co-captain of the football team and is active in campus organizations. French Club Eati Again The French Club met at the Home Economics Laboratory on Friday night November 10 1048. "Eurbutterstick" S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1948

THE COLLEGIAN tin tti Of trUkt DIC to Win At Seitkweiten In their first time out under fheir new coach the Billies dropped basketball game to the Pirates 0f Southwestern. The game was played at Georgetown and the fecore was 49 to 29. The Pirates overcame a D.B.C. lead in the second period and went on to win. The game however Was much closer than the score Indicates. Lack of height hurt the Billies. Elmer Thompson was high point a---- Pot Shot! By J. H. Childs APOLOGY: Last time out we forgot to include Ross Wilson as one of the returning lettermen on the Billie Basketball squad. Our apologies Ross. Incidentally Coach Sheets is depending a lot on Ross's slick ball handling and his adaptness to make plays work. Watch number 13 and you will see tyhat we mean. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER: Would like to pass some interest- ing information on to you and to give out with some much deserv- ed credit. The Billies closed the 1948 football season with the tough Texas A&I Javelinas at Kings- vil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1949

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BUOWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JAN. 26 1949 NUMBER 8 Fire At Boys' About 11:55 p.m. Monday Jan- uary 17 a fire caused by a short in some defective wiring was dis- covered in the Boys' Dorm. Smoke filled all the rooms of the build- in? through the heat vents and caused more excitement than might have been otherwise. Chester Toeby ran to the Fire Department to report the fire and was gone about three minutes. He returned riding the fire engine as Maxin Presented By DBC Jack Maxin brilliant nineteen year old pianist who appeared in the Coggin Memorial Auditorium at Daniel Baker College had all of his music training in America. His older brother and sister came to this country with their parents in 1913 from Europe and settled in Philadelphia where Jack was born. Jack was very pleased to find such an overall enthusiasm for music everywhere he went on his tour. The sincerity and frankness of the Southwest and midwest completely won his admiration and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1949

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 adininisration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Billy Baker 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 REPORTERS - Minesue Wright Novclle 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 Veterans News More than a million and a half veterans were treated during fis- cal year 1948 under the "home town" medical program Veterans Administration announced this week. Treatments averaged three per veteran ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1949

THE COLLEGIAN Here it is January just twenty days after Christmas. Of course it is too late to be thinking what Santa Claus is going to bring us for Christmas. In fact it is a little late to think about what you did get but let's ask a few people around the campus. Betty Shults black faille suit black suede shoes and spring cali- co. Eugenia Neeley red and gray gaberdine dress and gray pin striped suit. Clara Cunningham pink cordu- roy skirt and blue twin sweater .set. Gaye Brown red leather bag and beige crepe dress. "Toddie" Driskill dark green and red plaid wool suit with box jacket. Betty Margaret Allen irides- cent black and gold taffeta off-the-shoulder formal. Helen Stevic black long sleev- ed blouse with pearl stud buttons; rhinestone and emerald necklace with earrings to match. Miss Alta Craig white silk blouse with tucked front and long sleeved; wrist watch. Mrs. J. M. Turner pearl neck- lace with earrings to match. Cora Lou Lambert pink twin sweater with gold metalic thre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1949

THE COLLEGIAN Billies Edged By Texas Lutheran 45-44 The Texas Luthern quintette inanaged to eke out a 45 to 44 vic- tory over the scrapping Billies Saturday night at Seguin Texas. There was never more than a four points difference between the "Scores and midway in the final period the Billies held a slim one point lead. Late in the game it looked like the Billies would come out on top as the score read D.B.C. 41; Texas Luthern 40 but two Quick field goals and a free toss by the Lutherns while the Blue and White were getting only three points iced the Luthern victory way. Hue Ben Ray with eight field goals and two freetosses took scoring honors while V. McDonald Luthern guard took runner up honors with 15 points. The Billies were much better from the field scoring 20 field goals to the Lutherns 15 but couldn't stay up at the free throw line. They only managed to get four points from gratis shots. The Lutherns sacked up 15 points from free tosses and the ball game. . 0 HPC60 ACC62 The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1949

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 HAMLET PRESENTED r SBBBBBBBK ' tSBBBBBBBBBBBl ' ft sH " ' lr BSSSI Louis Winsman CAMPUS PERSONALITY One of my favorite personalities of our campus is. Louis Winsman. Jr. Louis was born May 3 192.1 in Houston Texas and is the old- est of five children. His mother and father and four sisters still live in Houston. His sisters are. Margie age 23; Bette Jean age 14; Carol Jo Nell age 6; and Gen- ifer age 3. Louis attended Reagan High School and completed the tenth grade before entering the Nation- al Guard on November 25 1940. After entering the army Louis was stationed at Camp Bowie with Company F. Ill Engineers. While Louis was stationed at Camp Bowie he het a girl in Feb- ruary of 1941 was engaged to her by April 16 and they were mar- ried by the Regimental Chaplain of Camp Bowie on January 10 1942. His wife the former Verna Lee Keeler of Brownwood was Id the day they were married and Louis was 18. Louis was shipped oversas Jan- uuiy iu wim cue iutu ohB- 1 m -wM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1949

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; lo encourage greater interest and participation in all school activities; and to promote stronger co-operation between the student and the adminisration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - -- Virginia Forson ASSISTANT EDITOR Mutt Pruitt BUSINESS MANAGER J. C. Allcorn SOCIETY EDITOR - Wanda Wilhelm REPORTERS Minesue Wright.Novelle McClelland Richard Green Jim Knapp Dixie Davidson. SPORTS EDITOR J. II. Childs FASHION EDITOR - Hetty White EDITORIALS - Wray Post EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Ovorby CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright BELL TOWER TALES Since we are in the midst of the Hoason of love due to the nearness of Valentine's Day this little col- umn is respeefully dedicated to those of our students who are ma- joring in campusology with spec- ial greeting to Billic Rose and "Dog." And sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1949

1 THE COLLEGIAN w Ak v m TO WED FEB. 20 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Newton 300 Hackberry. have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Bobbye Lou to Charles Lamoin Wright son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright of Mullin formerly of Brownwood. The wedding will be Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. in the Austin Avenue Presbyterian Church. The bride is a graduate of Williams High School and the groom was graduated from Brownwood High School. Both are graduates of Daniel Baker College and Mr. Wright is a teacher In Williams High School. (Gibbons Smith Photo). SEVEN PLUS CLUB MEETS The Seven Plus Club met Thurs- day evening February 13 in the home of Miss Maudie Joe Fields for a St. Valentines Party and dinner at 7:30. The menu was: Chicken a la King Lima beans Green Salad Candied Yams Heart-shaped Red Jello Hot Rolls Fresh Fruit Pie 0m and Coffee. Those attending the Party were Dr. C. C. Wesley Miss Mabel Eu- bank Miss Roxie Hagopian Miss Mae Branom Miss Ethel Mae Taylor Miss Alta Craig Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1949

THE COLLEGIAN fW BILLIES WIN OVER TEXAS LUTHERAN 52-51 Billies NoMd Oat By St Italy's The Billies lost a heartbreaker Saturday night to the St. Mary's Rattlers. However they mast cer- tainly have nothing to be ashamed of. They certainly gave the crowd their money's worth and kept them in a continuous uproar throughout the game. It was a tough one to lose and with a break or two in closing seconds they would have won. Dorman Thomas Billie forward was the game's outstanding star. In addition to playing a brilliant game Dorman racked up 24 points to take the scoring honors. The "Rattlers" Tom Sheridan was close behind with 19 points. It was Tom's last four points in the clos- ing seconds of the game that spell- ed defeat for the Billies. The last four minutes of the game provided a thrill a second. Thomas hit one and gave D.B.C. a 49 to 48 lead to start it off. Jor- dan "Rattler" captain made a gratis shot count and knotted the core. Barberio hit one from the field to shove St. Marv's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1949

ltt l g J " THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGEBKOWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 1949 NUMBER 10 D. B. C. Campus Favorites Elected Vanity Clib Begins Plant Foi Spring Production In a meeting last night Febru- ary 17 the Daniel Baker Varsity Club under the direction of Miss Ethyl Swanson head of the speech department and sponsor of the dramatics group began laying the foundation for this spring's play. The meeting revealed concrete evi- dence that this coming production will surpass all previous work of the Varsity Players and that an entirely new organization theme from first to last is in process of preparation. The immediate ob- jective of the club it was decided is to gain some twenty to twenty- five first rate members to work both on and backstage during the tenure of the production. This membership campaign is now in progress and its first general or- ganization will take place in a meeting scheduled for Monday night 7:00 o'clock February 21 in the Speech Studio FA Bldg....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1949

K ) 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 coopera- tion between the student and the adminisration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Virginia Forson ASSISTANT EDITOR Mutt Pruitt ADVERTISING MANAGER J. C. Allcorn SOCIETY EDITOR Wanda Wilhelm REPORTERS Minesue WrightNovelle McClelland Richard Green Jim Knapp Dixie Davidson. SPORTS EDITOR J. H. Childs FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wray Post EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Overby CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright EDITORIAL By Wray Post This is not the most pleasant of tasks and I haven't done it for some time now. That is fill in this column with theories and facts on some pertinent topic. The edi- torial column usually consists of blown-off steam centering around something that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1949

-vot. . ' THE COLLEGIAN I K BELL TOWER TALES Well we're back again so take a deep breath and hold onto your t i t nats cause neve we go witn tne While browsing around the sta- tely oaks which grace the cam- pus I happened to notice an in- scription gruven upon one of them. It read "D. S. LOVES N. M.." I've been able to figure out Dale Sny- der. But who is N. M.?" Hint her first name ends with "a" ! ! ! If Mutt Pruitt has been "walk.- ing on clouds" these last few days it might be because he has at last begun to make headway in his courtship of Betty Allen. Congra- tulations Mutt ! ! Did "you all" have a good time after the bas- ketball game Thursday night? Betty Christenberry Carlene Featherstone and Lynette Evans are three pretty girls who don't have steady dates. The previous announcement was purchased ami paid for on a commercial rate by the aforementioned trio. I wonder why Wanda Wilhelm has been going with the deputy sheriff of Comanche. Could it be that she is trying to get in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 February 1949

THB COLLEGIAN Baker Hill Billies Win Over Sul Ross 59-55 The Daniel Baker College Hill Billies bounced back last night to defeat the Lobos from Sul Ross State 59-55 in their last appear- ance on the home court for the 1949 season. The Billies who lost the opener of the two-game series Friday night 48-68 were on the short end of the score Saturday night only one time after they got strung out. For the first three minutes the game was scoreless. Within the next two minutes the Billies had made it .8-5. Four minutes later they were behind 12-11 but for the rest of the tilt Daniel Baker had the situation well in hand. Hue Ben Ray was far and away the high point man of the even- ing accounting for 10 field goals and sinking eight gratis points. Jerry Helmer and Ross Wilson were outstanding on defense and held Williams towering Lobo star to 13 points Friday night. Daniel Baker led at the half 45-38. McClure with 14 points led the Lobo scoring. While the final home game of the season for t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1949

V . t THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DAVE RUBINOFF Weidman Resigns to Acctpt Poiition At Trinity U. Chester (Cotton) Weidman head football coach at Daniel Baker College since 1047 has resigned to become backfield coach at Trinity University in San Antonio. Dr. J. N. R. Score president of Southwestern University made the announcement Sunday. Daniel Baker is a branch of Southwestern University. Weidman left Brownwood Tues- day for San Antonio. The Tigers began spring football drills Mon- day. Bill James former Texas A & M assistant coach is now head mentor at Trinity. President Score said a success- or will be named soon so that spring football drills can start at Daniel Baker. At present there is no certain individual under consideration for the vacancy created at D.B.C. but several applications are expected to be filled immediately accord- ing to information released by the Southwestern officials. Kapa Delta Sigma Re-Organized Mrs. J. W. Trapp Regent of Daniel Baker has received the Delt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1949

I 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 - Virginia Forson ASSISTANT EDITOR - - Mutt Pruitt ADVERTISING MANAGER - J. C. Allcom SOCIETY EDITOR . Wanda Wilhelm REPORTERS Minesue WrightNovelle McClelland Richard Green Jim Knapp Dixie Davidson. SPORTS EDITOR J. H. Childs FASHION EDITOR - Betty White EDITORIALS - Wray Post EXCHANGE EDITOR Jane Overby CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright EDITORIAL ROAD TO SURVIVAL Stanley Burnham For the past 300 years man has behaved as though the earth's re- sources were limitless. Except in a very few areas he has maintain- ed a purely extractive economy taking the bounty of the earth and making little or n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1949

THE COLLEGIAN I) Jackie Griffin J. A. Curinin&tiam IH Wed in Austin Ave. PresbyterianlSuwch un summy anernoon reDruary .nations: and the brlf1P-m.nom' 20 at 3 p.m. in the Austin Avenue Presbyterian Church the wedding of Jackie Rae Griffin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Griffin 1100 First St. and J. A. Cunningham III son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cun- ningham Ji 1618 Vincent was solemnized. Rev. Edwin W. Norton pastor read the vows before an altar soft- ly illuminated with myriad tapers. Palms were entwined with fern and bridal baskets of flowers were tied with blue bows. Miss Mae Brunom at the organ played the traditional wedding marches and "To a Wild Rose" by McDowell before the ceremony. During the ceremony she playd "Liebestrnum" by Liszt and ac- companied Rowland Curry who sang "Through the Years" by Vin- cent Youmans and "I'll Walk Be- side You" by Alan Murray. Mrs. William Kemp was her sis- ter's matron of honor and Jodie Embrey served as best man. Ush- ers were William Kemp ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1949

THE COLLEGIAN lilliti Ltit to Tif tn 41 to 67 The 1948 D.B.C. basketball team rang down the curtain of play at Marshall Texas on February 26. They were unsuccessful in their attempt to upste the powerful Ti- gers of East Texas Baptist Coll- ege. The Titers turned the hust- ling Billies' back to the tune of 67 to 46. The night before the Tigers had shellacked the Billies 72 to 36. TTe Billies got off to a good start in the second game and were leading 0 to 8 after the first 6 minutes of play. Still' at half-time the Billies trailed by only one point 24 to 23. The big gun of the Tigers led by Simmins cut loose in the second half and raked up 43 points while they held D.B.C. to 23 points. Simmons of the Tigers took top scoring honors with ten field goals for 20 points. Pryor Wynn was top offensive man for the Billies connecting for five field goals and four free tosses to run up a 14 point total. Ross Wil- son Hue Ben Ray and Jerry Hel- mer were other Billie stand-outs o Sapki Win Inti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 March 1949

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGEBUOWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 26 1949 NUMBER 12 Ranch Week April 4 GRAND MARSHAL Louis Winsman Tau Kappa Delta Begin Ranch Week With Breakfast The Tau Kappa Delta Frater- nity will open Ranch Week on The Hill with a sun-rise breakfast at 7:00 Monday morning April 4 1949. The breakfast will be served in the center of the wagon circle here on the Campus. So when the tantalizing aroma of sizzling ba- con hits your nostrils roll out of bed grab your boots and ten-gallon hat and head for the wagon. The T. K. D's are counting on a 100 percent attendance of the stu- dents and faculty so let's all be there and start Ranch Week out right "with a 3tomach.'' o : ' Mrs. Wright Gives Luncheon Honoring Coggins and Coach The Coggin Society and the Coaches of Daniel Baker were honored at a luncheon by Mrs. Helen Post Wright Coggin spon- sor. The event was Sunday March 6 at the Hotel Brownwood Blue Room. Those attending were the host- ess Mrs. Wright; Coach...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 March 1949

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 Virginia Forson ASSISTANT EDITOR Mutt Pruitt ADVERTISING MANAGER J. C. Allcorn SOCIETY EDITOR Wanda Wilhelm REPORTERS Minesue Wright.Novelle McClelland Richard Green Jim- Knapp Dixie Davidson. SPORTS EDITOR J. H. Childs FASHION EDITOR Betty White EDITORIALS Wray Post EXCHANGE EDITOR June Overby CARTOONIST Pryor Wynn FACULTY SPONSOR Mrs. Helen Post Wright 9 . 'HsssVIHr s .J'" sss -l:M1 7tk 'Mflrikk Jv j- jbbIbbK? ' S3 jKvaPy BMttij vbHbbHb? ''smS bbbbS SS: 3$Sab. vF uiBBr 5 bbbB bw iajH iliB BBBH iHHfllllHffev ''kB ATTENTION: This is tht final appeal for August fraduatts to comt by tht Registrar's office if you have not alr...

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