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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1949

THE COttlOIAK DEC Hill Billies Prepare For Lumberjacks University Of Corpus Oifeats Daniel Baker Shristi 27-3 The Corpus Christi Tarpons de- feated Daniel Baker 27-0 on a rain-soaked field Saturday night. John Long: converted three times out of four point-after-touchdown tries to contribute the most out- standing feat of the game. Bobby Dill scored the first T.D. for the Tarpons on an eight yard jaunt through the center of the Billy line. The next score was con- tributed by Nolan Estes who picked a blocked Billy punt and. sprinted 15-yards for the second Tarpon touchdown. Reith Carpen- ter scored the third tally from the Billy 2 yard line through the cen- ter of the line. The final score came in the fourth quarter when Jerry Hansler scored on a run from D. B. C.'s 25 yard line. Daniel Bukar tlnoutened seri- ously in the closing seconds of the game on an intercepted pass-run-back by J. D. Atwell which found the ball resting on the Tar pons one-yard lino. Crosalund tried ..no center a...

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

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

"''!" THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baktr Colltgt Official studitit publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term Editor . Sports Editor Society Editor Feature Editor News Editor Business Manager -? -Faculty Advisor Past Experiences As Duck Season by TOMMY McCLELLAND Now that Autumn is here and the first chilling blasts of Win- ter's winds roll in from the North; every nimrod's thoughts turn to duck hunting. The prospect of another sea- son's duck hunting brings to mind events of past seasons. Ducks are a good match for any sportsman and a few experiences of Mr. George Stevens veteran j duck hunter will bear me out . on this point. i It seems that Mr. Stevens had winged a duck while hunting on the shores of Lake Brownwood. near Thrifty. The duck had land-1 ed far out in the shallow water of the lake and the hunter wad- ed out to bring it to the shore. He reached the spot where the duck should have landed but there was not a ripple to ...

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

THH COLUWIAN Professor Ainsworih Is Gifted With Variety of Talents HV v " ' s&L K iySf.''! I H! " i toenth. Mr. Ainsworih studied portrait painting under Adams in New York. Many of his paintings have 1 1 been on display at some of the && large cities in Texas. Including si Fort Worth Dallas Houston. andied in nn 18"18 tie 't: .San Antnnin. Carroll Tatom Ed Cantwell '-W's; j Daniel Baker is very fortunate $ 4f in having Mr. Ainsworth among f "i ' us faculty. lilliti Spark Jayctti In Tit With OoMthwaitt Football season may have been over for most of our Billies but five of them were still romping (and we do mean romping!) a- round for the Brownwood Jay- cces last Thursday night with the Goldthwaite Jaycees which cnd- Shaion Preston It DKS Sweetheart The Delta Kappa Sigma Fra ternity met recently and chose 'Miss Sharon Preston as the j group's sweetheart for the school year of 1949-50. Miss Preston is a freshman stu dent and is the daughter of Mr. Our speech dramatics and t...

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

THE COLLEGIAN StrongGloves Team From DEC Expected When the cltnging of the oldikayoes as any other fighter in golden glove bell resounds! through the Brownwood Me- mortal Hall this January. Dan-1 iel Baker will not go unrepresented-Very likely there will be a potent aggregation on hand for D. B. C in the form of Richard "Doc" Brown Willie Crossland. James Langford Jerry Freddie and possibly other very capable sluggers. Doc Brown who owns as many Billies Prepare (Continued from Page 1) outstanding performances dis- played by these Billies last sea- son and in other seasons past. Hue Ben Ray who captained last year's squad has played with the Billies the past three seasons and was high point man last year. Joe Moring. who is starting his second season with the Billies fills in at center post and stands six feet and one inch tall. Jerry Helmer is also on his second year with the Billies at a guard slot and is remembered for his excellent ball-handling. Charles "Pete" Cole is back at D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1950

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1950

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN N Of Danitl Baktr Colltgt Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term Editor Sports Editor Society Editor Feature Editor News Editor - Business Manager Faculty Advisor JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES! An alarming number of people in age groups that include college students were victims of 1949's epidemics of poliomyelitis in this country. Last year there was the largest number of polio cases in any year in any country in the history of the world more than 42000 cases. Of this number it is esti- mated that almost 10000 were over 15 years of age with the greatest number proportionally between the ages of 15 and 24. This year may see more epidem- ics of this dread disease. It is evident from these facts that a vast amount of money was needed in caring for the patients and waging war against the dis- ease and that an even greater sum may be necessary in 1950 The economic impact of the rec- ord number of poli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1950

THE COLLEGIAN SCENES AROUND THE CAMPUS Evie's nev haircut the retired lover. Is it financial or competi- tive trouble Evie? Don Burnham his new inter- est in San Saba. The relieved expressions on the TKD pledges (and the added im- pressions on the new ex-pledges). Mike's new boots no wonder we have a cowhide shortage. Lusk and Little powder-licking (coined phrase for sparking) Seems Miller has joined the fold. Atwell and Big Jim combining vocal talents on that hit song "Peg-O-My-Heart." Hue Ben and Sharon at the B &B. Louis Ray displaying upper- classman superiority to Joe Barn- es. N. C. from Barnes. Forest French upsetting his chair in history class was it lack of equilibrium or the transition to married life that led to this hazardous stunt? Tobey operating in Santa An- na Society. Red Gilmore at the cinema The Lyric holds his chief interest "Tonk" Grimes doing absolutely nothing "Ape" Butler doing ev- en less. Shorty Smith and Nina Mull- ins in a state of armed neutrality at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 January 1950

THE COLLEGIA Billies Host To St. Edivards Friday Night BBC Litis Cliti Bam ti Siithwntiri ll I II IP Itprfeiff fram JtWMry 1950 hw of Etqutr CosyrlaM 1990 fcy h: to. Did you ring Sir? t ATTENTION EX-LETTERMEN (Editor' not: This it the third of a series of regularly scheduled articles to bo writ- ton by members of tho now- ly formod Ex-Lettermen's Association of Daniol Bakor College and to bo published by tho CoUogian in tho boliof that tho program of tho asso- ciation if proporly support- ed will strengthen tho ath- letic structure of the college). Dear Ex-lettermen: If you have not yet mailed the $12.50 membership fees and the verification of your address which appeared in the January 12 Col- legian please do so without delay. Purpose of our organization is to help the athletic program at Hi-Sihul Brig Under Management of Mr. Ray FOUNTAIN LUNCHES Hamburfirs Sindwiehis School Suppltos and Candlts 1000 Austin Ave Daniel Baker. The $12.50 from each individual which covers your members...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 March 1950

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 March 1950

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baktr Collegt Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term Betty Lindsey Most Impressed Friendliness Oi Students By Editor Everett McCrum Sports Editor Joe Moore Society Editor Mary Turner Feature Editor Dixie Davidson News Editor Joe Moore Business Manager Clint Honnol Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen Post Wright ATTENDANCE AT CHAPEL No one must be rnminded of the importance of attending Daniel Baker chapel and assem- bly programs each week. Yet attendance this semester at the Tuesday and Thursday periods has been very poor. Only as the result of an an- nouncement made last week in chapel by Dean Thompson be- fore exactly one-third of the stu- dent body that henceforth presence at chapel and assem- bly would be closely checked and any student not present must present a satisfactory rea- son for absence in the dean's office did students attend as- sembly as they should. The administration has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 March 1950

THE COLLEOIMt V. A. NEWS Q Under provisions of the GI Bill how long can an on-the-job training course last? A On-the-job training courses other than apprenticieships must last not less than three months or more than two years. Appren- ticeship courses under supervi- sion of State or Federal agencies may last as long as four years. Q I am a disabled veteran and wish to go into training under Public Law 6. Will I be permitted to decide my job objective? A Before you can take train- ing under Public Law 16 VA will have to determine that you have a vocational handicap as the result of a service-incurred dis- ability. Then VA counselors will help you decide on a job or trade objective. Q I was discharged from the U. S. Army in 1945 and have been taking GI Bill training. I recently married and hope to save enough money to make a down payment on the purchase of a home? Is there a deadline for me to apply for a GI loan? A Yes there is a deadline. You have until July 25 1957 to make formal a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 March 1950

THE COLLEGIAN Moving Is Season's Top Basketball Scorer Ray Is Second Leading Pointmaker With another basketball season having been completed at Daniel Baker one may look in retro- spect at the campaign as one that while somewhat disappointing in regard to the won-lost record- was successful. In winning four games and los- ing nineteen (most of the loses being to very powerful cage foes) the Hill Billies played an excel- lent brand of basketball. Although handicapped by lack of height they nevertheless outplayed many of their much taller oppon- ents. Joe Moring stellar center for DBC was top scorer for the Billies with a total of 330 points. He sank 131 field goals and added 68 of an attempted 102 free shots. Next in line was Hue Ben Ray with 227 points via 86 field goals and 55 charity tosses. . Pete Cole ranks third among Billy season scorers with 46 field goals and 32 free throws for a total of 124 points. Bill Miller meshed 85 points through 34 field goals and 17 free tosses and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 May 1950

The Collegian OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 40 Candidates For Student Offices Are Selected Nominttt for four student of- fices for lfSO'Sl school year were selected by tho Daniel Baker Stu- dtnt Senate in a special mooting Monday night May 1. Thoio aro! Proiidont Nina Mullint OUio Schrank and Jack Smith. Vieo Proiidont Bill Mllltr Donnio Rowland and Eliiaboth Palmor. Secretary-Treasurer Marilyn Wilholm Dixio Davidson and Botty Joan Harris. Publicity Diroetor Everett Me Crum Dan Wildor and Jorry Holmor. Eloctions will bo hold by soerot ballot Thursday and Friday mornings May 11 and 12. Potitions for othor nomlnoos for tho various off icos woro to bo pro sonted in assombly today (Thurs- day May 4). Rev. R. S. Teiiy Sptaki "God's plan for my life" was the subject used by Rev. R. S. Terry pastor of the Nazarene Church in Chapel on April 18. TO LEAVE D.B.C. IN JUNE Former Love For Capitalism Brings Him To The United States By EVERETT McCRUM One of the most interesting fac- ulty members ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 May 1950

; r. V i THI COLLMIAW THE COLLEGIAN Of Danitl Baktr College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term Editor Everett McCrum Sports Editor Joe Moore Asst. Sports Editor Hue Ben Ray Society Editor Mary Turner Feature Editor Dixie Davidson Business Manager Clint Honnol Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen Post Wright IT'S LATER THAN YOU THINK! Here it is Spring and an- other semester will soon be over. Therefore this is writ- ten especially to sophomores and juniors who plan to go to school next year. Do you know where you are going? Do you know when you will graduate or do you just hope that some day in the future some one on the faculty will discover that you've been around long enough and decide to give you a sheep skin? In case you are not aware of the fact catalogues are av- ailable in the office. In these Coggins Honored With Luncheon Mrs. Helen Post Wright spon- sor entertained members of the Coggin Society with a luncheon in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 May 1950

rf. TNI OOLLMIAtt Pip Squeeks by Pip Just stuff and nonsense don't expect anything intelligent. That is why we thought of Anselm Ful- ler to whom this bitter poem is dedicated: "Now Earth awakens from ' her nap And Spring begins to stir the sap He in turn will write some verse Which makes the season even worse." We must give A. Fuller credit however for manfully lifting the jail and storing it away for next year's Ranch week. This is just rumor there are so many ru- mors on D. B. C. campus. In fact we saw two just yesterday. They were peeking through a key-hole watching some little song birds. They walked away singing "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes." Did you know that amateur comes from the Latin "amator" meaning lover? The idea is that if you're an amateur at something you do it for the love not mon- ey. Just think some of our cam- pus Romeos are not amateur am- ators! But they are such ama- tors! Which does not prove anything at all. But it's nice to know. If you are ever in doubt as to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 May 1950

.rf-"!' -.. ! ;. i ..". ( i . . i THE COLLKUAM Ea Supper Club Hall of Fame- If a man be known by the com- Star he keeps I'm doing very well. it I have a luipielon the charm- inf perionalitiei who drop in at the uoeiterxieid upper Club all the time have some- thinf more on their mindi than just tee- ing me. Anyhow it'i wonderful haying them around wot mrhy COMO only do they add glamour to our show but they keep us regular Supper Clubbers on our toes. When Raymond Mas- sey comes over I have to shake my Pennsylvania arawi ana wnen study my Russian or pig Latin or whatever it is that Danny's using at the moment. I have a special weakness for JlaaUts and a great admiration or them. We've had quite a few visit us from the breath-taking Jesus Maria Sanroma to the sar- donic Oscar Levant and the hilari- ous Victor Borge. Borge gave me lessons on how to play duets with one linger Sanroma held us all spellbound with his keyboard wiz- ardry and Levant broke up a re- hearsal by saying in the mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1950

The Collegian OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 41 BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 10 1950 NUMBER 2 OCT. 10 NAMED F-DAY FOR FISH Freshmen day is right upon us and it really brings out the true meaning of the Hillbillies. October tenth has been set for this annual event. Many oh's and ah's can be heard throughout the campus com- ing from those underlings the "Fish." "I simply won't embarass myself by looking like something out of World War II." "You'd think I had crossed the 38th parallel without General MacArthur's for- ces from the way I look." "Maybe I can catch the measles the day before Freshmen day." "Did you hear how we're supposed to wear our hair?" "I simnly can't bea1 going to school looking like that." These are just a few things which were heard after the announcement was made to the Freshmen class about how they were to dress. Don'! feel so down-hearted fresh- men this is supposed to be your "big duy." You have one day to make up for the nine months that the upper classmen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1950

THE COLLEGIAN OCTOBER 10 1950 Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term EDITOR Ronald Dunham CO-EDITOR Ollie Schrank FEATURE EDITOR Dixie Davidson SPORTS EDITOR Eugene Butler SOCIETY EDITOR Mary Turner FASHION EDITOR Elizabeth Palmer CLUB-NEWS EDITOR .' Dickv Wilder NEWS EDITOR Nina Mullins BUSINESS MANAGER Tad Choate FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. Wright SCHOOL SPIRIT OR LETHARGY In many respects Daniel Baker College is similar to many other small colleges throughout the country. But in one respect it is quite unique and that is the lethargic attitude of the students toward student ac- tivities. It would apppear to a stranger on the campus that the students here at Baker just aren't interested in what goes on arond the campus and that they wish to alienate themselves as much as possible from the campus life. If you do not believe what we have just said just look around you. vi better st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1950

OCTOBER 10 19H0 THE COLLEGIAN l'ago Ui STUDENT PERSONALITIES Introducing the Student Body President Moot the popular and friendly student body president .lack Smith. Of course most of you know .lack but in ease you haven't me' him and would like to he's tall (six foot even) has black hair and dark grey twinkling eyes and J' very winsome smile. To be sure you meet the right follow he's the one who presides over the Senate and Student Body meetings Now for a few of the facts con- cerning Jack's life. He was born January 26 (in case you'd like to remember him with a big gift.) And what year? Well he didn't say but we know that he's not on old ago retirement yet. A native of Comanche he is one of five child- ren. He has two older sisters and two younger sisters. .Jack says that is the reason that he is so quiet. for his sisters never gave him a ch.'.mce to talk. A graduate of Sidney High School in IH'l.'J Jack also al tended Tom aneho public schools. While at Sid- ney ho lettered two ye...

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