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

THE COLLEGIAN If Lambert - cDau&herty3 Vows Solemnized The First Christian Church was the setting for the marriage Fri- day March 18 at 3 p.m. of Miss Cora Lou Lambert daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lambert 1805 Sixth to Bill Daugherty son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Daugherty 905 Main. H. Daniel Morgan minister of ficiated at the ceremony which was .read before a background of white gladoli stocks and candy tuff in bridal arrangements and palms. Mr. Alan King played the wed- ding music and accompanied Mrs. Juck Wilson who sung "Always." Mrs. King played the Lord's Pray- er as the couple knelt. Miss Janice Lambert was her sister's maid of honor and Ben L. White served as best man. Ushers were James Willingham and Mor- ris Underwood. The bride giv.en in marriage by her father wore an Alice blue sat- in dress designed with drape skirt long sleeves and high round neck- line. She wore a choker of pearls and earrings to match. Her head- dress was a halo of baby white 'carnations with blue...

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

THE COLLEGIAN BUI WrUten Elected New Pre$lfent of AOF The. A. 0. F. elected new offi- cers for the spring-semester at their last meeting. The officers are Bill Wristen as president; K. O. Pierce vice-president; Hue Ben Ray secretary; Dub Dillingham treasurer; James "Bulldog" Will- ingtiam sgt.-at-arms; and Rr. Ludwig Merzbach sponsor. The A. 0. F. is now studying plans for a beautification project on' the campus. Clarified Adt: WANTED Dates for Ranch Week. Apply to any Dorm Dame. DBC Dorm. WANTED: Manual labor for Ranch Week preparations. Contact Ray Barnett. NOTICE: Beginning March 22 Cogging will be Belling chances on a' radio. Be first to take advantage of this. WANTED: Snapshots of any kind for the Trail. Notify Editors. WANTED: A toupee preferably blond. See Donnie Rowlad. WANTED: A quick cure for mea sles. See Martha Hurlbut. "SERVICE: Expert shoe shines at minimum cost. Coggin pledges. NOTICE: All 42 classes will meet Thursday at 11 A. M. in Biology Lab. Prof Eubank. 4tp WANT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1949

T Of Daniel Baker College " " i VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE.BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 1 1949 NUMBER IS S. B. Thompson To Run For President In 1952 i . .1 Scientist Astounded At Helmer's Invention April 1 A uival wave of c ntonieiil was started when the SwCivis of .lorry I Minor's latent inviuion wore rtvoitlod today. It c l. 111 t'.nt the use ami worth of i1'- uru'vclous contraption how- oor tiro still a s ernt even from Hi'.1 brilliant Inventor. According to Prof. "Hotshot'' Eubank "This itndo'jhtcdly will clinngo tin on- tiro course of the world hut who wants tho worl.I changed in thai di.vctlon?" Or. Wesley comment- ed. "Good night! .Some days it just doesn't pay to get out of bed in tho morning." When the nsplrins young in- ventor was questioned hy reporters) concerning the future of his mar- velous invention he knowingly stated "Duht" CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN WAGED IN BOOKSTORE Contributed By Upper Class) Gambling devices card tabic? and numerous slot machines were seized hy local police...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1949

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Thlt iiiut ! publiihed by the Freshman Class of r Daniel Baker College. The staff not liable for anything said in this issue Editor-in-Chief Everett McCrum Aulatant Editor Bruce Spencer Business Munagcr Dixie Davidson Advertising - JnckS Smith IDITORIAL DIl RECREATIONAL PROGRAM A new movement has been begun on the Daniel linker campus an experiment that will require the cooperation of every student a project that will be enlightening and profitable to all future DB students. The program for which the school has already donated to the fullest extent is to pur- chase equipment for the new recreational room on the third floor. A pool tabic roulette wheels nickelodeon and eighty-foot bar beer steins etc. will be bought. It is thought that donations from the stu- dents may be necessary if the entire fifty cents given by the school is insufficient to to complete the aims of the program. If this project is a success in the future there will be dancing at off-per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1949

THE COLLEGIAN Jane Overby Ex-Convict To Wed In April WtMlif tt It Htli li Tht Piif Ftif Rmm Mr. nntl Mrs. "Nomarriagc" Overby have annouceri tlio engage- ment and approaching marriage of their beloved daughter Jnnic to Gnilan (Roughneck) Frlv son of Mr. and Mia. "Don'tcare' Frlx. The wedding will be held April 12 1040 in the Ping Pong room of Daniel linker College with the Rev. Archie McClcsky reading the vows. The couple will go on their honeymoon to Moscow Rus3iti where they will remain thirty years. At the end of Hint time they will return to the United Stutcs making their home in Brownwood. More details concerning the fa- mous marriage will he released at a Inter date. 5VSUC '?' sSJyA fT r-i P5KA' if 3Ki&$lf &&'st-'$ . 'LJST? !;.' T' SKK1.V'1' MEKm&lB&KJ&Lx?fi MSW. ?mPTW&XVKi3&vi. Thin n probable scene from the hands him a torch. He burns him- married life of 1'iix and Overby 'self and as a result the couple jj.t nine months from todav. In ms a on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1949

THE CdLLBGIAN D.B.C. Billies Defeat All-Star Team 10-3 Wiseman becomes Star for Daniel Hater with three homers a triple. Scoring in six innings a great Daniel Baker baseball team liter ally walloped an all star team composed of players from both the American and National Leagues in New York's Yankee Stadium yesterday afternoon by the unbe- lievable score of 103. The All Stars using Bob Fell- tr Hal Newhauser Ralph Branca Johnny Seine and Gene Bcarden as pitchers simply could not match the superior batting power of the Mill Billies even in spite of the fact that Lou Boudrcau Ted Williams Stan Muslal Joe Dl Magglo and Larry Doby appeurcd to be at vop form. Lloyd Wiseman wus the ical tar of the mime. The Daniel Ba ker hurlcr not only pitched u bull that tho "masters of the game" could not hit but ho also demon- strated the butting ability found so rarely In pitchers by pounding out three home runs a triple and a single in five trips to the plate. The 00000 people who witnessed tho exhi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1949

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWN WOOD TEXAS MAY S 1949 1 NUMBER 14 Barnett And Todd Df. Mtixbich Sptaki At Lath Banquet The annual High School Latin Banquet was held April 2 at 7:30 in the Gold Room of Hotel Brown- wood. Several guests attended in- cluding Superintendent and Mrs. King Principle and Mrs. Smith Dr Merzbach and the sponsor Mrs. Walker. The guest speaker was Dr. Mar- garet Merzbach who told about the love stories in ancient Rome and about the love of the poets Catullus and Horotius of Caesar and Augustus and about women Cleopatria Claudia and Calpur- nia. Especially stressed was the fact that marriage and the family supported the state and govern- ment of ancient Rome. French Clnb Has Series el Meetings This semester the French Club is meeting in the homes of the various members. The first in a series of such meetings was held at the home of Virginia Porson. The group en- joyed a dinner of tomale cabbage green salad hot rolls iced tea and lemon cake. Fol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 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. ii i i - COLLEGIAN STAFF KDITOR - Virginia Forson ASSISTANT EDITOR - Mutt Pruitt ADVERTISING MANAGER J. C. Allcorn SOCIETY EDITOR Wanda Wilhelm REPORTERS Minesue VrightNovelle McClelland 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 TRANSITION David Brunswick Last year I read The Illiad of Homer in prose and in poetry. The poetry kept me in u state of utter confusion while the very same scenes in prose sent me into a land of realism where I was able to feel see and hear all the events that took p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1949

it THE COLLEGIAN. Wilson-Willinfcham Wedding Solemnized In First Baptist Church The marriage of Miss Billie Rose Wilson daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wjlson 2304 Austin to Jame L. Willingham son of Mrs. Jewell Willingham of Stephenville wqs solemnized Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in the First Baptist Church. Dr. Karl H. Moore of Ardmore Okla. former pastor of the local church read the vows before an alter decorated with palms tall candelabra holding white tapers and white gladoli. Preceding tTie ceremony Mrs. Howard Scott organist accompa- nied Charles Hawkins of Stephen- ville who sang "Ah Sweet Myst- ery of Life" (Herbert) and "Be- cause" (d'Hardelot). Mrs. Scott pluyed traditional wedding music and "Loves Greeting" (Elgar) "Oh Promise Me" (DeKoven) and "Until" (Sanderson). Mrs. Gordon Heuser of St. Louis Mo. was matron of honor and bridal attendants were Miss Jean Stuart and Mrs. Darrell Wil- son. Bill Willingham of Fort Worth was his brother's best man and groomsmen were Stuart Colema...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1949

THE COLLEGIAN Ttiili aii Coll Tmmi thy Raif ti Three sets of singles and two sets of doubles were pluyed Thurs- day afternoon between the Han- ger Jr. College team and the Dan- iel Baker team. The Baker team losing 8 to 1. In the first set of singles our Bill Anderson won over J. R. Aut- erbum 6 to 1 and 0 to 3. In the second set of singles our Bo Deaton won over Bruce Spen- cer 6 to 1 and 6 to 0. In the second set of doubles Anderson and Buddy Wilder play- ed Auterman and Deaton a draw set which was called after 12 games in the second set. Next Thursday our tennis leum will return their visit and play ihem at Ranger. Four matches of golf were play- ed Thursday ufternoon with the Ranger boys with a tie score of C and 6. In the first match Buddy Wild- er lost to Don Ford. In the third Hue Ben Ray won over Bill Bonney. In the fourth Jack McCullough lost to Jim Heinleh. o FHffHfHHI V. . . N VeieKMN"3lUUfcNI ANU TRAINEES NEED NOTQEPORT NATIONAL GUAM) DRILL PAY IN THEIR EARNING STATEMENT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 May 1949

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 17 NUMBER 15 i' I Daniel Baker's Drive For Expansion Firil h Stiiti of Broadcasts Ob DIC Ii Scheduled Monday The first in a scries of twelve rndio programs entitled "The Program for a Greater Daniel Baker" will be presented from the studios of KB WD Monday at 7:55 p.m. The purpose of the programs will be to bring before local citi-1 zens the value of the school to the future of Brownwood as well as to point out to the young people of the area the advantages of attend- ing Daniel Baker. Each evening one speech will be featured along with the singing of the college alma mater by the Daniel Baker chorus under the direction of Harold Fiske. The programs have been pre pared by the department of speech and drama in order to stimulate interest in Daniel Baker. They will be directed by Miss Ethel Swan- son head of the department. Thcj speakers were selected from stu- dents taking speech courses this semester the fundam e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 May 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 adminisration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR - - Virginia Forson ASSISTANT EDITOR - Mutt Pruitt ADVERTISING MANAGER J. C. Allcorn SOCIETY EDITOR - Wanda Wilhelm REPORTERS Minesue WrightNovelle McClelland 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 This is the last semester for a lot of the "old hands" around Dan- iel Baker the last lap before they begin the really hard race which will last a long time. The habits formed here during these last few years have to last most of them a life time. They won't have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 May 1949

THE COLLEGIAN Ai Aiiwtr tt Fffdi lirchwty By David Burnswlck After reading "Waldorf Aftermath-Sidney Hook vs. Freda Kirchwey" The Nation April 80 I could not help but realize what a fool I have been to subscribe for The Nation. Dr. Hook's statement "The great bulk of American liberals no longer regard The Nation as an- organ of liberal opinion" is accepted by clear-thinking men ns true. As one who has recently be- come a subscriber for The Nation in order to keep informed of un- biased liberalism I am going to shout "Glory hallelujoh!" when my subscription expires. I have yet to read either praise for the American way of life or condemnation of "red-totalitarian-iam" in The Nation. The articles are so varnished and polished with phrases loopholes and hid- den diatribes that one wonders how any sane person can become so gullible as to swallow all the "hogwash" that this magazine prints. Thus far I have been unable to find out just what the editorial policy is. It certainly isn't one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 May 1949

THE COLLEGIAN A Visit To Thi V.A. Contact Offico By David Burnswick Many former servicemen visit the Veterans Administration con- tact Office each day for counsel and guidance; some with legiti- mate claims and some with claims that border on the ridiculous. In fact this office appears to an out- sider to look like a clearing house for all ills and ailments. The other day this writer who by chance visited the V. A. con- tnr nffice in order to clear up some government insurance mat- ters wus surprised at the number of people who were crowded into the small reception room waiting to speak to the contact representa- tive. They were from all walks of life; some were well dressed while others were in either work cloths or cloths thut had seen better days; each with a perplexing prob- lem that hud to be solved by a Socrates or a Soloman. A chic young woman who was carrying a child on one arm and was leading another walked with a brisk and determined manner in- to the office. Everything ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 1949

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 39 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE.BKOWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 31 1949 NUMBER 14 f New Officers Formally Installed In Assembly Dtf rtt Candidate! of Daniel lakti Lilted Names of the candidates for degrees at the 1949 graduation exercises of Daniel Baker College were announced recently by college officials. The candidates unless otherwise designated from Brownwood are: For bachelor of arts degree- Gloria Tyler Anderson William F. Anderson Jr. Lucille Anderson Biummett of Hico Mildred Men- denhall Burnham Dale Augusta Choate of Mingus Marian White Connelly W. C. Dillingham of Briggs; Terry Alan Dunsworth F.ula Virginia Forson Dorothy Boss Gleaton Nat R. Gleaton Zell Bledsoe Haynes Howard Theodore Kirby Jr. Sherron T. Lee of Placid Clayton M. Lewis of Blanket Melba Eugenia Neeley Bobbye Lou Wright Frank A. Nix Lillian Sellers of Hamilton Elmer Murel Thompson and Fred- dye Fogg Thompson of Diboll. Sara Louise Thompson Pauline Turner Perry T. Valliant of Fort Worth William Leland ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 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 adminisration. COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR . Virginia Forson ASSISTANT EDITOR Mutt Pruitt ADVERTISING MANAGER J. C. Allcorn SOCIETY EDITOR - . Wanda Wilhelm REPORTERS Minesue Wright.Novelle McClelland 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 The closing of another school year is upon us und in the midst of the confusion of examinations und graduation und preparing to tuke up some new work let us look back to see what we have ac- complished during the school year of '48-'49. Has it been just another school y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 1949

! V T Stiitil ltd? Aid Faulty At this time the entire gradu- ating class of Daniel Baker Coll- ege of 1949 would like to express our appreciation for the coopera- tion and assistance given us not only during our graduating per- iod but for the past years we have been together. We could not have hoped for better relations with one another or could we have accomplished the little things we attempted if we had not had the good ole family spirit that dear ole DBC has been noted for throughout the years. Naturally we are glad to be receiving our de- grees and going out into the world by ourselves but at the same time it brings lumps in our throats just to think of leaving this campus and all who are con- nected with it. However we have resolved to keep in touch with the school and what you are doing with it in the future and we all intend to take an active part as far us we can in the ex-students' THE COLLEGIAN association. We want to be able to brag on DBC wherever we go so keep up the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 May 1949

THU COLLEGIAN Duitl likti tottoU Scktiilt 1941 Sept. 17Hardin College Wichita Falls Sept. 24 Southwestern Oklahoma Brownwood Oct. 1 Texas Lutheran Seguin Oct. 8 East Texas Baptist Brownwood Oct. 15 Southwestern U. Georgetown Oct. 22 Texas A & I Kingsville Oct. 29 Corpus Christi U Corpus. Christi Nov 5 Steven F. Austin JNaeogdocnes Nov. 12 Eastern New Mexico Portales New Mex. Nov. 19 Dallas Naval Air Station Brownwood By Helmer Esq. DIC lulti Mule Itiititi ! Rtcital Bill Tower Tales Since this is the last edition of this "sweet" little column for his year I think it only proper that we should celebrate by letting go with both barrels. Come Saturday night P.hil and Betty fly away on the "downy" wings of love to the bayou Humm? P. S. Garlan and Wanda ore usually along to add to the company. Where was it that Archie Mc- Cleskev an Dixie Davidson went after the Biology Party last Fri- day night that they met those unfortunate people with a flat tire on that deserted country lane for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1949

TH1 00LL10IAN THE COLLEGIAN Of Danltl Bator Colltgt Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term Editor Everett McCrum Sports Editor Dan Wilder Society Editor Mary Turner Feature Editor Tommy McClelland News Editor Joe Moore Business Manager Clint Honnol Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen Post Wright PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS KNOW YOUR BILLIES Did you ever sop to think who makes it possible for you to have a Collegian to read? Certainly the editorial staff does its best to pro- vide an assortment of current news and features. Southwestern University grants permission for its publication. Kyle Printing Company does the printing. But who really provides the money necessary to finance publication of The Collegian? The answer is our advertisers the firms whose names and ad- vertisements appear in the pages of The Collegian either regularly or occasionally. These business establishments place their advertisements in our paper for one or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1949

THB COLLIGIAN the FUN CORNER Jo Gorgan - - (in government class) I don't think I should get zero in this exam. Prof. Pickle - - I know it but it's the lowest mark there is. Jo Evalyn French - - Why didn't you find out who he was when Professor Ainsworth called the roll? Bobbie Mcdcalf - - I did try to but he answered for four different names. Dorothy Cole - - What kept you out of school yesterday - acute indigestion ? Barbara Brewer - - No a cute engineer. Professor Stevic - - Students I am dismissing education class ten minutes early today. Please go out quietly so as not to wake the other classes. SEEN BY DOODLY BOYS ESQ. Smiley making eyes at Peggy woods. The 'Georgia Cracker" having a bone of contentment between the do-nut man the cream man and the calendar snatchers. It seems her most lethal weapon is the Ku Klux Klan. Lusk and his mad successful search for LaVerne on Pep Rally night. Don Burnham searching for an adequate mode of transportation for Sharon. Seems she takes a tax...

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