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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1950

Pago A THE COLLEGTAN OCTOBER 10 11)50 From the President's Desk if! I' QUESTION AMD EDUCATION" MMUBMAfiMU Our Lc-tl .lesus Christ lolls us 'hal wo must "become as little 'lii'.lron" If wo arc to bo His true hiM'ipl's. Thi; oorl.ninly applies to us i s students in college. Thf man who is confident that ho !s "thoroughly" grown up and that lio "knows all the answers' cm n vov become an oduoatod por- "ii. !!o mry freely admit that ho do s no know many fa ."Is. and ho n bo in college seeking to loarn " os fact. Wo may also realize 111' t ho doos not know oortain toch- n u - and may seek as a studont to d e!op thoso toohniruos. but. fa s a' d techniques are not what I s '.illy rousiiuios oduoation. Tho i' i'l b "'o ma tonal of oducafion is il.p "pp- o-'iaiivo grasp of what man is and wb'M man's plaoo is in Hi . mivo?s' This basically moans knowledge of Clod which is not a mat tor of fact but of experience and a knowledge of humanity and of one's self which again is not a matter of fact o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1950

OCTOBER 10 1950 THE COLLEGIAN Page 5 i - Bell Tower Tales By Dotte Around the Campus Dunicl Baker's new bundle of charm seen dating Ollie although we hear he is alternating between blond .and brunette. Betty Moore carrying a mile- high torch for tali and handsome and confessing to everyone that the "wind-blown" bob is for him. Now for a chuckle can you imagine Bob Lindsey being of- fered .almost half a hundred dollars for "the Beetle." It's the truth kids. That old bus has had a long tough pull but it looks as if she is coming into her own. Liz Palmer continues to look like a magazine cover in her blues and greens. The very dignified Dr. Haselmay- er keeping his history class in simi- hysterics while discussing the night life of the gods. What real reason is behind the good old "freezola" that a certain Coggin girl gives a certain Delta Beta girl? The looks they give each other are draped in ice. Girls if your date book isn't jammed this month blame it on Uncle Sam. Those G.I. check...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 October 1950

Page 6 THE COLLEGIAN OCTOBER 10 1950 FACULTY PERSONALITIES Miss Catherine Score Sometimes young people are hur- ried and hceille.-'s and they get the idea that nil the exciting things '11 the interesting things and all the interest ing people are limited either to their own generation or to some long ago romantic century. They daily meet pople who have a wealth of facinating memories that go unknown to the general world. One of these people is our gentle soft-spoken librarian Miss Cath- erine Score. Catherine Score was born in the southern part of Norway "where for two months there is no sun and for two months the sun never MAKE RE'fRO'S YOUR HEADQUARTERS Soda Fountain Smoker's Sundries Drugs School Supplies Cosmetics WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS - SAVE THEM Store No. 1-201 Center Store No. 2-400 Center Store No. 3-1401 Bluffview Dr. sots." Tier father was a Bishop in the Lutheran Church the state church of Norway. His position was highly influential in both the church and the gov...

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

G1M - V A o 1 1 e g i a n OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 41 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1950 NUMBER 4 The Students Named To Who's Who Five of Daniel Baker's most out- standing students have been select- ed for recognition in the 1950-51 edition of Who's Who Among Stu- dents' in American Universities mid Colleges. . The students who make up the elite aggregation are Ronald Earl Dunham " Jerry Donald Helmer Elizabeth Ann Palmer Marilyn C ..Wilhelm and James Morris Whitley. Ronald (Ronnie). Dunham a sen- ior. is majoring in history and minoring in English. Ronald is the editor of the Collegian and is a member of the French Club. After graduation "Ronnie" is planning to. enter the General Theological Seminary at New York City where he will begin his studies for the priesthood. Jerry (Hoodler) Helmer a sen- ior and an Air Force veteran is majoring in education and history and minoring in physical educa- tion. Mr. Helmer is the student body publicity" director and is ipi active me...

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

THB COLLEOIAN NOVEMBER 9 1950 frit I THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term EDITOR .......................... CO-EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR Ronald Dunham Ollie Schrank Dixie Davidson Eugene Butler Mary Turner STUDENT PERSONALITIES Introducing Jerry Helmer FASHION EDITOR Elizabeth Palmer CLUB-NEWS EDITOR Dicky Wilder NEWS EDITOR Nina Mullins BUSINESS MANAGER Tad Choate FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. Wright WHY NOT WRITE YOUR EDITOR Why not write your editor? It Is the only way we have of hear- ing your opinions and receiving your suggestions and criticism. Since the Collegian is a stu- dent publication written edited and published by the students for the students each of you have a definite responsibility toward the success or failure of the paper. IT IS YOUR PAPER! It Is not published for the amusement and pleasure of the editor. We were elected by you to serve you no...

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

V NOVEMBER 9 1960 THE COLLEGIAN Pte t 1 I ? vi i kV t'i7 ' V W Bell Tower Tales By Dotte Diverting everyone from their studies last week was one Myrtle McBroom with her engrossing attire set off by a lightly amusing where we might find a garter snake? Who doe3 the bossy saucy fresh- man think she is that she can just say what she pleases about people that she doesn't even know. Of course that's one sure way of becoming known but it certainly is a way without charm dignity or finesse. A sure sign that two people will end up madly in love is to start off fighting. Take Michals and Moore for example. The original "Mister Hard-To-GetM Wagner is now making love to a certain sal on the school's time. Of course it's all for art's sake. Don't be ashamed of your shy- ness Clara it's refreshing to see a girl act like a girl. Empty chatter and artificial laughter creates only real laugh- ter from those you're trying to impress. Don't you think so John? I suppose we all read Lindsey's "A Wish F...

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

ljgo 4 THE COLLEGIAN NOVEMBER 9 1950 FACULTY PERSONALITIES Introducing Miss Mabel Eubank One member of the faculty whon wo feel is not known by the stu dents as well as she should be i Miss Mabel Eubank. One reasoi for this is her quiet unassuming and almost shy manner. But afloi you get to know her you will find she possesses a more forceful personality than her quiet exterioi would lead you to expect. In ore respect she is almost unique she has the power of her convictions and yet she doesn't feel she knows all the answers. This remarkable lady was born right here in Brown County a native no less. She received her early schooling here and was graduated from Brown wood High School. After she had finished high school Miss Eubank attended the College of Industrial Arts fulfill ing her greatest ambition to study domestic science. Receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Home Econo- mics she began her teaching career teaching home economics For Your Drug Needs-See wcMimk mm PHARMACY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1950

NOVEMBER 9 1860 THE COLUDOUN SENIOR CLASS ORDERS RINGS Lait week the members of the senior claw met with Mr. Jimmy Jacks of San Angelo for the pur- pose of ordering those much-cherished senior rings. Delivery is expected on or before January 16; but you will all know when they get) here as seniors will be asked to produce the rest of the cash and underclassmen will be dazzled cross-eyed by classmen flashing their new rings around. So be ready when R-day comes. Chaplain's Minute By Chaplain Cross A number of names have been sent to the Chaplain's office1 of people desiring to organize a non-denominational religious group. An initial meeting of this organization will be called very shortly. It seems to be very important especially at this stage of the development of the college to do everything possible to care for the religious needs of students of all faiths and to give an oppor- tunity for religious worship and for self-expression to all on the campus. The projected organiza- tion ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 November 1950

PfW TH1 COLLEQIAN NOVEMBER 9 19fi0 HILLB1LUES DOWN COMETS IN GALA HOMECOMING DEBUT BY 32-6 SCORE OCT. 27 ON THE Q. T. By the "Late" Mr. X To those who were offended by this columnist in the last issue this is by way of apology and withdrawal of all the remarks- true or false in the foregoing column. This week's remarks v.'ill be withdrawn in .the next issue so if you will be patient you will all get an .apology. The truth' shouldn't be allowed to hurt for more than two weeks. . .T1f?.reJs a new game on the cam.. ntis-Hpr rather a new version of an' old. game. Itis called "Piano piano who's got the .piano?" The smallest department on the cam- pus seems to be the most violent. ''If is to: be -expected that pro- MAKE D CMC!) AT YOUR HEADQUARTERS Soda Fountain Smoker's Sundries Drugs School Supplies Cosmetics WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS - SAVE THEM Store No. 1-201 Center Store No. 2-400 Center Store No. 3-1401 Bluffview Dr. Spanish Classes Livened With Music There is an old phonograp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1950

The Collegian OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 41 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 6 1950 NUMBER 4 New Draft Rules For College Males Should all college students be exempted from the draft during their college years? The Scientific Advisory Com- mittee appointed by the director of the Selective Service System recently compiled recommenda- tions concerning- the drafting of college students who are training for scientific specialized person- nel and professional fields. The committee made up of 26 representatives of colleges uni- versities and scientific-professional fields came to these conclus- ions: There should be established within the present Selective Ser- vice regulations a special class of registrants (perhaps designated II-A) in which there should be placed any registrant whose dem- onstrated educational aptitude is such that it is deemed necessary that his pre-proi'essional or pro- fessional training be continued in order to increase his potential value to the national health...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1950

DECEMBER 6 1950 Page 2 THH COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term Ronald Dunham Oil ie Schrank Dixie Davidson Eugene Butler EDITOR CO-EDITOR FEATURE EDITOR .... SPORTS EDITOR SOCIETY EDITOR FASHION EDITOR CLUB-NEWS EDITOR NEWS EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER FACULTY ADVISOR ... Mary Turner Elizabeth Palmer Dicky Wilder Nina Mullins Tad Choate Mrs. Wright THANKS TO THE FOOTBALL SQUAD The football season of 1950 is officially over but its memory lingers on. It was a season filled with many thrills and exciting nionipnlft as well jis the many dis- appointments which were at times bitter pills to swallow. But on the whole it was n wonderful season if somewhat hectic for the Billies. (But what team in the Southwest or even the nation did not suffer from many hectic and nerve-racking moments.) They did a wonder- ful job against terrific odds and did themselves and Daniel Baker NEW DRAF...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1950

DECEMBER 6 1950 THE COLLEGIAN Page S EVOLUTION OF A TYCOON (Continued from Page 2) perhapi a clue or hint which you can remove from its cloak of the most exquisite subtlety and apply to your own hopeless future. Pos- sibly you will find in this inspir- ing tale the orientation you need to help you toward the most worthy of all goals becoming a business tycoon. This is a reconstruction of the meteoric rise of one man to finan- cial fame and glory. This fellow started out in the prescribed man- ner and with the usual requisites for success: he was a Jerk second class and he sold newspapers on street corners. (Hidden in the pa- pers were reefers which in those days were bringing fifty rocks apiece and business was good). One day the boy's devoted old mother stopped her shop-lifting long enough to break the news to the kid that his old man an' itin- erant school-teacher had kicked the gong ending the final round. The mother and our subject rushed down to the lawyer's office and inquired...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1950

DECEMBER 6 1960 Page 4 THE COLLEGIAN FACULTY PERSONALITIES Introducing The Rev Wilford O. Cross If you have been wondering as we know some of you have about the slightly British accent that Chaplain Cross possesses it may bo due partly to his English par- entage. He was born in Notting- hamshire England where he spent his early childhood. Whenj he was seven years old his family immi- grated to the United States set- tling first in Now York and later in Peoria Illinois where he re- ceived most of his elementary and secondary education. After he had graduated from high school Chaplain Cross felt that his true vocation was that of n religious one. Consequently he became a novice of the Order of the Holy Cross an Episcopal re- ligious order. (A novice inculen- tally is a person who desires membership into a religious order but is on a period of probation pending his acceptance. A novice occupies much the same position as does a pledge to a fraternity or sorority.) As a novice his life w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1950

DECEMBER 6 1960 THE COLLEGIAN PAge 6 WE SEE BY THE PAPER A now club has been organized at Southern Methodist University. It's the AFDP or American Fed- eration of Disgusted Politicians. The only requirement for mem- bership is a simple statement "I am through with school politics." Since all members are required to renounce school politics one of the chief aims of the society is to keep those belonging from straying back into political life. Consequently they intend to hold a continuous meeting during the two weeks before the spring cam- pus elections. Another invention of the AFDP according to its president (who appoints himself there are no elections in the club) is the group's service of having a list of 50 people available to sign petit- ions for class officers immediate- ly. They figure this will give more time for politicing and reduce the time consumed in the. important parts of the election like voting. ston police were busy consficat- Union College can now claim that J. Hol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1950

THE COLLEGIAN DECEMBER G 1960 Page 6 Beil Tower Tales By Dotte Where is Mutt preaching now? His clothes are becoming so con- servative. Lopez will you kindly inform the coeds that you definitely do not have a "Toni." A large bouquet of roses to Mrs. Stevic just on general prin- ciples. Mr. Nickolson we know a gal who thinks you're awfully nice. Wo won't tell you her name but hor initials are M. A. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Green. The bride is the former Miss Virginia Forsom The wedding took place November the tenth. The couple have been a steady twosome since their fresh- MAKE WBJS Yovn HEADQUARTERS Soda Fountain Smoker's Sundries Drugs School Supplies Cosmetics WE GIVE S & II GREEN STAMPS - SAVE THEM Store No; 1-201 Center Store No. 2100 Center Store No. 3-U01 Bluffview Dr. mtmt i mM xiim n ti men days. The Delta Beta girla send "Christmas Cheer" to the Cog- gins. We are waiting breathlessly to see what they send us. If it comes in a package that ticks we arc nol ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 January 1951

Collegian OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 42 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1951 NUMBER 1 The Vanity Players Plan Two Plays The Varsity Players are making plans to present two plays during the spring semester and try-outs are now in progress for parts. First of the plays to be presented is the grand-daddy of all rural comedies "Aaron Slick from Pun kin Crick' This hillbilly classic boasts more performances through- out America than such long term Broadway hits as the record break- ing "Abies' Irish Rose" and its hilarious 'corn' has tickled more ribs than any play of its kind on record. The story concerns the courtship of a backward Aaron Slick and the attractive widow Rosy Berry of Punkin Crick Okla- homy. Added to the festivities is Tomboy Sis Riggs Wilbur Merri- dew the city slicker who gets slicked the city girl and the cab- aret queen as well as a mysterious young man named Clarence Green. Its all good clean fun and judg- ing from the quality shown in try- outs "Aaron Slick...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 January 1951

Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN JANUARY 18 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term EDTTOH Ronald Dunham CO-EDITOR Ollie Schrank FEATUttE EDITOR Dixie Davidson SPOHTS EDITOR Eugene Butler SOCIETY EDITOR Mary Turner FASHION EDITOR Elizabeth Palmer CLUB-NEWS EDITOR Dickv Wilder NEWS EDITOR Nina MuJlins BUSINESS MANAGER Tad Choate FACULTY ADVISOR Mrs. Wright ARE WE TO REMAIN FREE? One o!' the corner stones of democracy and the American Way of Life is Iho freedom of the individual to achieve us much as ho can. "When people cease trying to attain to fulfill ambitions and to realize dreams no matter how wild or impossible they may seem civilization regresses to another Hark Ago. Can any self-respecting thoughful and broad-minded American citizen fail to see the value of a society in which every person is allowed to make his own Utopia or his own mistakes? To roach his own heaven or hi.-? own hel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 January 1951

JANUARY 18 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Pfft KNOW YOUR BILLIES CO-fAPTAIN JOE MORING The first of this week's Billies is a 6'2" lad with brown hair and hazel eyes. He is Joe Herndon Mor- ing the son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Moring now of Smyer Texas. He was born October 27 1928 at Ran- ger Texas. His basketball career began in Proctor Texas where he attended both grade school and high school. He played four years of high school ball and several years in the grades. His coach was his father. In his senior year 1944-45 he was voted as an all-district player. Upon graduation from high school Joe entered "that school across the tracks" from our campus and was a starter. The next year the fall of 1940 Joe went to Am- arillo Junior College. That year Amarillo was invited to play in the National Junior College tournament at Los Angeles California. In the fall of 1948 after laying out one year from college Joe came to Daniel Baker to play bas ketball. Unable to receive an ath- letic scholarship for play...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 January 1951

Paxe 4 THE COLLEGIAN JANUARY 18 1961 i'' December Weddings The Herring Methodist Church in Waco was the scene December 29 of the wedding of Miss Jimmye Avinger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Avinger 1514 Fourth and Franklin Porter Pickle son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Pickle of George- town. The Rev. D. L. McCree pastor of the church and formerly of the Central Methodist Church Brown- wood officiated at the informal double-ring ceremony. The bride's dressmaker suit of white wine was designed with a slim skirt and her jewelry consis- ted of a rhinestone choker and bracelet. She chose navy accessor- ies. Her navy faille hat was wrap- ped with nialine twined with tiny white wine flowers forming puffs on either side. Attendants were Mrs. Ike Avin- ger sister-in-law of the bride of Lubbock and Edgar Martin Milles of Georgetown. A graduate of Brown wood High School Mrs. Pickle attended South- ern Methodist University Brown- wood Business College and How- ard Payne College. She is a mem- ber of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 January 1951

JANUARY 18 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Pgo 5 BELL TOWER TALES BY DOTTE Hollywood has given "oodles'' of parties this past season and the invitations usually read "Come as your suppressed desire." Wouldn't it be fun to give one here at D.B.C.? Just visualize- Harris as a petty girl Hank as Rudolph Valentino Richard Green with a "Tarzan torso" Nina as good Queen Bess Myrtle McBroom as Margaret Truman Blake as a Lt. Sr. Grade Mutt with blonde curls. Mr. Lindsoy was informed the DECEMBER WEDDINGS (Continued from page 4) Cranfills Gap High School and at- tended Clifton Junior College. He received his degree from North Texas. In a recent ceremony held at the Central Methodist Church Miss Cnrlene Featherstone daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Featherstone 1307 Avenue H became the bride of Richard Adkins son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Adkins Sr. Wichita Kansas. Dr. S. B. Thompson former dean of Daniel Eaker College officiated at the ceremony assisted by the Rev. C. C. Sessions pastor of the church. Mrs. R. B...

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