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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 October 1951

Page 4 THE COLLEGIAN OCTOBER 19 1951 up. "Sir who ever you are might I ask what my pay will be?" "The world" answered he. "Ah! If I could but own the world I would be king" thought I. "Yes Mr. Howard the world ie LAFF OF THE WEEK fmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MM V'iV'';VA'V:'AVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAyAV-'.'AyA''i; 'i'i'i'i' ' V 'j' 'V i V ' t' tf'iS' r t.'V WvV AVAVAVAV:rtVAV;V V V JjHl IXvXvXvX;! $?&&$&!& ' ': 'A 'A ':' V ""1 lii! .........:!:::;illlB ;li:i:&;i;i:i;lA;:;:j;r;;:i:::::::i:i: "I slave like a dog to buy diapers she can't say 'papa sor an' milk how comt say 'papa sometimes. If Were He By JIM HOWARD I was sitting in the easy chair smoking a cigarette. The peace and quiet was so restful to my soul that I began to think of Satan. As my soul began to think of his many evil deeds I wished that For Your Drug Needs- See MtMM - WINN PHARMACY Dial 4165 203 East Baker I could be he 'for just a day. Relaxing in my chair my soul mind and body began to get t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 October 1951

Collegian e OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 43 BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 1951 NUMBER 3 Th CORRAL OPENS UNDER STUDENT MANAGEMENT VARSITY BASKETBALL OPENS FALL SEASON By LEWIS RAY Couch Caskey and his 1951-1952 basketball prospects started their practice last week in the Early High gymnasium with 11 boys re- porting and one out because of sickness. The Early High Gym was used for practice because of the wet paint and varnish on the Billy Gym floor. Among those reporting were last year's only returning letterman James Blake and Larry Freeman. James Blake is a Brownwood boy who attended high school here and was a member of Brownwood's state finalist team in 1949 at Aus- tin. James a sophomore is six feet tall and was runner up to Joe Moring in points with 248 points in 24 games. Coach Caskey is look- ing forward to a great season for "The Cat." He will be one of the main cogs in this year's basketball machine. Larry Freeman another sopho- more who is 6 1" is from Dallas. He too w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 October 1951

PW 2 THE COLLEGIAN OCTOBER 31 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term EDITOR Carmen Wyatt FEATURE EDITOR Dixie Davidson SOCIETY EDITOR :Myrtle McBroom SPORTS- EDITOR Lewis Ray BUSINESS MANAGER Peggy Wood Publications Committee Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Bussc Dr. Wright and Dr. Muir. Reporters: M. Turner D. Rice J. Hamilton J. Blake F. Hoffman C. LaRowo W. Starrett J. Boyd M. Sehaefer E. Starnes and B. Moore. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Brownwood Texas October 18 1951 Mrs. Carmen Wyatt and the Staff The Collegian Daniel Baker College Brownwood Texas My dear friends: I wish to express my sincere congratulation for the two editions of the Collegian this fall at the same time I wish to expose to your consideration my opinion about the last edition. I have noticed as well as the whole student body noticed that the last edition of our campus pa- per is a little weak this time. It mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 October 1951

OCTOBER 31 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Pagt t INTRODUCING NARY GODFREY By DIXIE DAVIDSON What do you think of when you hoar the phrase 'radiant personal- ity?" Well you might think of Mary Extell Godfrey for here is one of the most radiant personal- ities on our campus today. Her vitality-packed smile her dancing blue eyes and her well known laugh have found a definite spot in the hearts of many. Mary was horn in Montana the daughter of a mining engineer and because of this fact she trav- eled all over the United States. She attended grade school in Montana high school in Carolina and finish- ed her nursing training in the Uni- versity of Nebraska School of Nurs- ing. After serving 25 months as an Army nurse throughout Europe and the Middle East (she also cir- cled the globe by way of Australia and India before she landed in Egypt) she was sent back to America with a deadly allergy to penicillin. She served with the Fifth Army from 1943 to 1945. During this time she had many in- teresting mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 October 1951

Pag 4 THE COLLEGIAN OCTOBER 31 1951 AUNT LYDIAS LOVELORN POETS CORNER I LAFF OF THE WSSK COLUMN Dear Aunt Lydia For seven yours now I have boon dating a cortain young man. Wo have always had a perfect rela- tionship until recently when with- out any encouragement from me I'm sure he felt that he had the right to take certain liberties. Is hero any way in which I can show him without hurting his feelings how wrong it is to indulge in kissing before our status has been legally sanctified? Desperately awaiting your reply I remain Virtuous. My Dear I suggest that without a mo- ments delay you have your father speak to this bold young man and if he cannot be swerved from his evil ways you have no alternative but to discontinue seeing him be- fore you become involved in a dan- gerous situation. Sympathetically Aunt Lydia. Dear Aunt Lydia For twenty years now I have been pursuing my girl with pro- posals candy proposals flowers proposals perfume etc. She spurns my attentions and says she d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1951

Collegian e OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 43 BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1951 NUMBER 3 Th HONOR SOCIETY IS ESTABLISHED ON CAMPUS The Alpha Phi has been estab- lished as the Honor Society of Daniel Baker College purposively to promote the standards of schol- arship and learning at the college. The members of the Society are all regular full-time members of the faculty who are members of any other recognized Honor Soci- eties; and students who are elect- ed annually from the junior and senior classes of the college in a number not to exceeed ten percent of the class enrollment. Honorary members may be elected from the faculty alumni or friends of Dan- iel Baker College in a number not to exceed two persons a year. The faculty members of the So- ( Continued on Page 2) Little Theater Group Presents "Blithe Spirit" The Brownwood Community Play- house presented its first fall pro- duction "Blithe Spirit" on the Daniel Baker stage last evening Tuesday Nov. 13. The show is slated...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1951

THE COLLEGIAN November 14 1951 Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term EDITOR Carmen Wyatt FEATURE EDITOR Dixie Davidson SOCIETY EDITOR Myrtle McBroom SPORTS EDITOR Lewis Ray BUSINESS MANAGER Peggy Wood Publications Committee Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Busse Dr. Wright and Dr. Muir. Reporters: M. Turner D. Rice J. Hamilton J. Blake F. Hoffman C. LaRowe W. Starrett J. Boyd M. Schaefer E. Starnes and B. Moore. Proper Disposal Of Cigarettes Urged When your Collegian went to press the newly redecorated Corral had not been open for two weeks but some members of the student body have noted that certain other members must be from "them thar hills" for to them the bookstore looks so much the way it did look a month ago that it is permissible to stomp cigarettes into the freshly varnished floor. Daniel Baker is the temporary home for many of the students on this campus for they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1951

November 14 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Past S Quiet Evening In St. Bede's Chapel By Malcolm Thomson There have been many questions about the quiet evening in St. Bede's Chapel on the evening of the 2lJili of October. To many Episcopalians as well as non-Episcopalians it was a new idea. To those oi us that attended it was a rare spiritual treat. As the retreat began we were told to forget all our problems worries and even our homework it was necessary lor us to do this in order that all thoughts might be directed to God that He might enter into our troubled minds to heal and direct them in the way that He would have us go. Mayhap you will remember Wil- liam Wordsworth's words: "The world is too much with us; late and soon getting and spending we lay waste our powers." At which time any thinning Christian knows God is shut out of our lives and we stray from Him and His way. The Church provides the re- treat; a going-away from the every day things which are bur- dening our souls. This may be d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1951

Ptf t 4 THE COLLEGIAN November 14 1951 The Girls At Home By Grace Kruit This yeur 1D51-52 there were twelve girls one dozen living in the dormitory but one is now married leaving eleven of us. I wonder who will be the next to de- part no matter why when where or in what manner? So there are eleven of us. And since there is such 'a range of ages scholastic endeavors and personalities 1 will begin with the girls in the order of the rooms they occupy. In the upstairs large room to- wards the front of the house and on the left there is a serious senior Sue. Perhaps her serious- ness is misconstrued and because she is a senior she has more more poise than seriousness. She is a brown-eyed blonde from Indiana very sweet and in love need more be said? Her roommate is Joanne Boone a most devilish 5' 7" dark haired sophomore' who was reared in Texas. She plays the organ well and seems to be the "champeen" baby-sitter at the dorm. In the room behind is Carol Marzcn a senior from Illinois recen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1951

November 14 1951 THS COLLEGIAN Pagt 5 $ i 1V' ; V li ft ' XI Jr I o A "I J' si ! i KAMPUS KAPERS Georgia do you really believe all those things you said in the fortune telling booth the other night? Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick did you enjoy the tree meal you won the other night in the Bingo game.' Aldris how are you and Jimwy gutting along; it all looks very coy. Larry Freeman what is your nmvnKt verdict mi th. imln? iioland Bell Why don't you hurry and get well. We sure miss you. Why have all the girls been chasing after "Puddin" Buice? Bull What about these camping trips you and Joann have been having? Chuck did you ever get the but- ton sewed on your shirt? Dan Eisanian Have you lost any oil your personal property lately? Mr. Baker please tell these gals what perfume has the formula oi liutric Acid? What's the matter Mr. .Handle can't you make up your mind about the gals? We sure appreciate the beauti- ful smiles Frances Hoffman has been serving with the coffee. They make life worth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 November 1951

Pf 6 THE COLLEGIAN November 14 1951 A THANKSGIVING TRIBUTE By David Norris Sparkiuau "Tliut Ihe last Thursday iu November shaii be appointed aud set aside as a day of national thanksgiving lor the defense against unfriendly de- signs without .... A. Lincoln. Paul hull-crouched hail lay m the tvvo-an foxhole he was sharing with the kid from Dallas. A mo- ment earlier his thoughts had traveled homeward to the huge crisply browned turkey which was even then being lilted irom the oven ol the iumiliar old stove in his mother's Kansas City kitchen. Somewhere on the cold muddy knoll a machine gun chattered. Paul looked up at the kid. lioss Starnes eighteen met Paul's glance with the faltering hall- smile of a scared and confused young warrior quickly diverting his eyes to the heavy Browning Automatic rifle which was clutch- ed between his knees. Paul liked the kid though he had never been able to place his finger on any particular reason for it. Certainly not for outward as- pects for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 November 1951

Collegian e OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 43 BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1951 NUMBER 4 Th MIDWESTERN UNIVERSITY TAKES BASKETBALL OPENER WASHER TOURNEY WINNERS John Bob Marshall of Brown- wood was the winner of the Wash- er tournament which was sponsor- ed by the Physical Education Class 377. There were about 48 boys and girls entered in' the singles tour- nament and about J.2 in doubles. Bob beat Hubert Sumpter in the finals by taking two out of the three games. Marshell was able to meet Sumpter by beating out Louie Varsity Players To Present Charley's Aunt The Daniel Baker Varsity Play- ers have completed casting for their production of "Charley's Aunt' that time honored classic of farcial Victorian shenanigans. The role of Lord Fancourt Bab- berly that erring male who makes the mistake of impersonating Char- ley's fabulous aunt from Brazil where the nuts come from fell to Chuck LaRowe. Aiding and abet- ting deception will be Jim Hamil- ton and Lindy James in the roles o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 November 1951

THB OOLLBOIAN November 28 1951 Pft 2 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term EDITOR - Carmen Wyatt FEATURE EDITOR Dixie Davidson SOCIETY EDITOR Myrtle McBroom SPORTS EDITOR Lewis Ray BUSINESS MANAGER Peggy Wood Publications Committee Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Busse Dr. Wright and Dr. Muir. Reporters: M. Turner D. Rice J. Hamilton J. Blake F. Hoffman C. LaRowe W. Starrett J. Boyd M. Schaefer E. Starnes and B. Moore. SPEAKETH THE EDITOR "Getting out a magazine (1) is no picnic. If we publish original matter they say we lack variety. If we print jokes folks say we are silly. If we don't they say we are too serious. If we publish things from other papers we are lazy. If we are not out rustling news we are not attending to business. If we don't print contributions we lack appreciation. If we do print them the paper is full of junk. Like as not some fellow will say we swiped this f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 November 1951

November 28 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Pag 3 POETS CORNER TO THE PRESIDENT AND A NATION By Charles E. Bush A Word of thanks you flont to me For services that were rendered; Humble pride within me swells For a country that remembered. In battles passed we bravely fought For country and for freedom; In present tasks we only ask To serve to keep that freedom. To God we trust our nation Its breadth its width its length; To God we trust our freedom From Him shall come our strength. ROSS CLEANERS Specializing in FINE DRY CLEANING One Day Service 920 Austin WOMEN'S APPAREL and BEAUTIFUL SHOES 306 Center Meet Marshall Hill By DIXIE DAVIDSON This week's personality needs no introduction for everyone knows Marshall T. alias "Dizzy" alias "Quaker" alias "Windy" alias "Bunker" alias "Bugs" alias "Reverend" alias T-Head Hill. There is a long tale behind each sobriquet and perhaps if you beg sweetly enough Mr. Hill will keep you entertained for hours with tlie.se tales. Marshall "first smiled upon the wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 November 1951

THE OOLLBOIAN November 28 1051 Page 4 KAMPUS KAPERS Starting them young aren't you Text We notice that certain people tell below last year's average were costumes were concerned. Margaret Stephenson did you en- joy your dances with Bill Maybee? Grace did you and Dr. Muir have fun at the Coggin Park' Elizabeth congratulations on making up your mind about "the guy." Jo Ann we hope you hurry and recover from your operation. Good Luck! We approve of the high class card games that is being played in the boy's dorm. Marvin why don't you ask Joan Barnes for a date stop waiting. Dean did you enjoy Harryettes' visit during the holidays? Dick what is happenng between you and Peggy? Tex can't you. go anywhere without that quart fruit jar? Bill Hill was that your date we saw you with at the Chicken Hut? It was Margaret Stephenson wasn't it? Attention getters walking on your hands at the Chicken Hut ? Quote: As Gene Wyatt puts it everbody likes to dance with me. There is a certain person who doe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1951

Collegian e OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 43 13ROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12 1951 NUMBER 5 Th ASSEMBLY HEARS BISHOP STRONG Describes Fuzzy-Wuzzy Christianity The Right Reverend Philip Nigel Warrington Strong bishop of New Guinea described the work of the Anglican communion in the Austral- ian territory of Papua and mandated territory of New Guinea at the student assembly on Nov. 27. With charm vigor and humility he told of the establishment of Christianity in the region in 1891 the loyalty and devotion of the natives fuzzy-wuzzies to the allied cause during thu Japanese invasion of the island and the damage caused by the horizon- tal eruption of Mount Lamington in Jan. 1951. A graduate of Selwyn College Cambridge and a former parish priest in England Bishop Strong was consecrated thirteen years ago. His visit to Daniel Baker was a part of an American tour ar- ranged for the bishop who was re- turning to his diocese after a visit to England. Bishop Strong appeared before the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1951

Page 2 THB COLLEGIAN December 12 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term EDITOR Carmen Wyalt FEATURE EDITOR Dixie Davidson SOCIETY EDITOR Myrtle McBroom SPORTS EDITOR Lewis Ray BUSINESS MANAGER Peggy Wood Publications Committee Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Busse Dr. Wright and Dr. Muir. Reporters: M. Turner D. Rice J. Hamilton J. Blake F. Hoffman C. LaRowe W. Starrett J. Boyd M. Schaefer E. Starnes and B. Moore. Editorial Comment Last night 1 sat in as in invited guest on a student senate meeting. I have just one remark to make: I wouldn't be a student senator for all the peaches in Georgia. Why you ask? Well here's why! I've read of oligarchies heard of oligarchies and now I've seen one in operation and personally I still like democracy. Last night a proposed student body constitution was read before the presiding senators and each article was to be discussed and voted upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1951

December 12 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Pa 3 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear Reader For two years the student body has had no laws with which to function or to carry on any busi- ness. The Senate of 1951-52 has endeavored since the first meet- ing in September to write a Con- stitution. On December 4 this task was completed and was read for approval at a Student Senate meet- ing on the same night. Other stu- dents beside those in the Senate were present. The Constitution was read ar- ticle by article and discussion on each article was invited. It came to the attention of the Senate that our visitors objected to the way the meeting was carried on and to the way the Constitution was read. The Constitution was read by the vice-president at the request of the president in a perfectly natur- al and normal voice and was voted on article by article. The reader did not express a personal opinion except in open discussion in which all members of the Senate were voicing their opinions. But she did at the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1951

Pag t 4 THE COLLEGIAN December 12 1051 CARNIVAL By DAVID Sl'ARKMAN Formal Education bus muck to be said in its favor but since fortune bus grunted me such a meagre portion of it 1 think per- haps I'd better leave much to be said by someone eise. I urn far more j ami liar witli a different type of education; "educated" dice roulette wheels card tables golf balis and any number of other inanimates even cigarettes. The story of how 1 chanced to acquire this information will perhaps seem strange even actional. I assure you that such is not the case. It has been is both my curse and my blessing to have been from the beginning one of that class of persons to whom the unusual usually happens it is not there- fore difficult to understand how i cume to spend my fifteenth year in u cur nival my sixteenth year on a freighter my seventeenth on a heavy cruiser my eighteenth on the President's yacht and so on. To begin at the beginning how 1 happened to attach myself to Massey's Greater Shows has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 December 1951

December 12 1951 THE COLLEGIAN Pagt 5 Letters From Exes Joshua Texas Dear Readey . I received your card today and as you know this is my second year here. Last year we won six and lost three with one tie. This year we have won seven lost two and tied one. We have lost only one district game that being to Masonic Home. We tied Grand- view 19-19 for second in District. We lost only one of our boys this year. We will have 14 letter- men back next year. We' have a 123 lb. halfback that made 133 points this year. In basketball we have not play- ed anyone as yet. But (Donnie) Rowland is coaching the boys while I have the girls. Our boys should be about tops in the dis- trict. Rowland teaches chemistry and science while I am high school principal and teach history. We both plan on staying here next year. We had three teams in our 15-B District that could beat most of the Class A teams around Fort Worth and DID. Orandview play- ed three Class A teams and beat them 48-0 45-12 20-0 so you can...

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