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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 March 1952

PigtS TOT OOLLTOIAN March 5 1952 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official student publication of Daniel Baker College published bi-weekly during the regular school term Editor Carmen Wyatl Feature Editor - . Francis Hoffman Sports Editor Jim Howard Society Editor .. . Myrtle McBroom Associate Editor Tony Siginan Publications Committee--Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Busse fiid Dr. Wright. Reporters-M. Turner D. Rice J. Blake C. LaRowe VV. Starrett J. Boyd M. Schaefer E. Staines B. Moore and A. Huggins. LETTERS TO EDITOR It seems that the 1952 Trail is the subject of some controversial comment on the Hill and without "throwing fuel on the fire" I would like to clarify or at least explain another angle that seems to have been omitted from most of the We the friends of Tex Wyatt feel that since he is one of the few real cowboys on the campus that he is deserving of the honor of Ranch Week King. Your votes and influence will be greatly appreciated. Paid for by fri discussions. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 March 1952

I March 6 1952 TRI OOLLMIAN Pttft KAMPUS KAPERS Who is being called "Speck" these days. Wish you a speedy re- covery from your 'eige' Joanne. Fred uo wonder you've been playing the lone won at DBC that home town girl is really worth waiting lor. Guess what? Due us brought his overall points up to 11 last Satur- day night. No kidding Dacus that shot was a beauty. Does this sparkler that Peggy is wearing mean that you've really Hiiar ed her Larry? Towery where did you leave Al- viu Saturday night or is it just that the home boys look better? Marshall a lot goes on behind your back while you're working down at the hotel. What do you think of a couple who travel 300 miles just tor a night out. Tut! Tut! Better watch out we'll get suspicious. You know there's marriage license bureaus there too. Speakings oi marriages Georgia received a letter with clippings et all announcing the coming mar- riage oi' Miss Nancy Andrews and Billy Ghering sometime in the late summer. They plan to go to sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 March 1952

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1952

Collegian e OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 44 BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MARCH 19 1962 NUMBER 11 Th 6th ANNUAL DBC RANCH WEEK OPENS MARCH 31 March 31 will mark the sixth straight year that Daniel Baker Htudents have donned western boots and stetsons and portrayed the inhabitants both good and bad of the Old West. Prior to that time it had been an unofficial custom on April 1 for the students to dress out In wes- tern clothes hitch up the horses to a hay wagon and go "frollick- ing" off on a picnic for the day. Now instead of cutting classes one day we just mess them up for a whole week. What's more its bet- ter that way. Instead of picnicing just one day we make it a nightly affair. Ranch week will officially get under way at 6:30 Monday morn- ing March 31 on the dormitory campus when the T.K.D. fraternity play host to the school with a sun- rise breakfast consisting of bacon and scrambled eggs hot rolls and scalding coffee. If anyone is in- terested to know classes will be held at 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1952

flftfS THB OOLLUGIAN March 19 1952 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 Francis Hoffman Sports Editor Jim Howard Society Editor Myrtle McBroom Associate Editor Tony Sigmsm Publications Committee-Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr Baker. Mr. Busse and Dr. Wright Reporters-M Turner D Rice J. Blake. C. LaRowe W. Starrett. J. Boyd M Schaefer E. Starnes B Moore and A. Huggins. POET'S CORNER CHRIST IN THE CORRAL By Mnrriel Kennedy Beneath the niist of smoke the car- mined lips Curve emptily in artificial smiles And vacant laughter shrills like broken glass Above the clatter of the coffee cups. And yet there is a presence moving near With eyes of Love that look so deep and true Even the smoke seems incense ris- ing upward To Him that scorns no human haunt or tear. He finds His place here in this noisy spot As much as where His saints still bend the knee 1 not how c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1952

March 19 1952 THB COLLEGIAN PW I KAMPUS KAPERS Boyd: "That's a nice little GIRL SCOUT pin you got at the Knit meeting!" F'riddis: "What do yon mean Dud GIRL SCOUT pin?" Boyd: "Well haven't you been SCOUTING around for some GIRL to wear it " Two priests and a cab driver came to the Pearly Gates at the uamo time and asked St. Peter if they might enter. He asked the first priest what he did on earth and he stated that he had preached the gospel for fifteen years. He was told to stand by for consideration. The second priest when question- ed stated that he had preached the gospel for ten years. He too was told to stand by for consideration. He then asked the third man what he had done. He stated thut he had driven a cab in Chicago for six months. St. Peter said "Come right on in sir!" The priest were indignant and asked why a cab driver should be taken in ahead of them. St. Peter replied that cab driver in Chicago had scared the devil out of more people in six mouths than they had in tw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 March 1952

Pig 4 THE COLLEGIAN March 19 1952 Daniel Baker News Travels Far Wide ! The March 2 edition oi! The Me- ridian Star Meridian Miss. car- ried the f allowing story which only goes to show that Daniel Ba- ker is not completely hidden be- hind a sand dune. A copy oi.' the paper was sent to Don Rock who passed it on to The lollegiau "FARM PROJECT HELPING ATHLETES "Brown wood Tea. Out along Pecan Rayou is a living growing memorial to one of the greatest coaches in Texas history. "It's a tiny farm and it has made possible the continuance of athlet- ics at Daniel Raker College. "Tyson Farm they call it named tor Paul Tyson football coach of Daniel Raker who died in Septem- ber lUoO just belore his team was to open the season. "Readey Caskey Daniel Raker's one-man coaching staff who took over when Tyson died originated tiie project. "Caskey at the end of the last regular school year was informed that Daniel Raker couldn t pro- vide athletic scholarships for the next term. Daniel Raker had jus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 April 1952

Collegian OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 44 BROWNWOOD TEXAS APRIL 30 1952 NUMBER 13 The DANIEL BAKER EXPANSION PROGRAM IS NOW IN EFFECT Plans for a $2r00000 campaign for improvement and expansion has boon announced by President Cross. This five year drive has met. with initial success and al- ready the three year operation plan of $150000 has been com- pletely subscribed to thus putting Daniel (taker on a firm financial basis. An extensive program is also underway to raise our enroll- ment. Thus far the campaign has been limited to the Southwest but plans have been made to make our appeal nation wide. President Cross in an interview said that he felt that new dormi- tries with completely modern fa- cilities were a pressing need. A new chapel given as a memorial seems likely in the near future. The chapel building will ahvo con- tain lecture halls and conference rooms. Geographically Daniel Ba- ker lies in the seventh province of the Episcopal Church and has been designated as a site...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 April 1952

FA00 2 Tm oollmiah April 80 1962 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 Francis Hoffman Sports Editor Jim Howard Society Editor Myrtle McBroom Associate Editor ...Tony Sigman Publications Committee-Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Busse and Dr. Wright Reporters-M. Turner D. Rice J. Blake C. LaRowe W. Starrett J. Boyd M. Schaefer E. Starnes B. Moore and A. Huggins. How Would You Like A Campus Pool And Tennis Court? Competition according to Webster's intercollegiate Dictionary means emulous (ambitious to equal another contest; rivalry; a contest between rivals; a match.) According to these definitions we certainly must admit that there is plenty of competition on this campus. What do you suppose would result if we could harness all this competitive action and put it to work in intra-mural sports. This field i& limitless in scope and with the cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 April 1952

April 80. 1952 TBI OOUJDOIAK Plfil Parade Of Opinions FEATURES OE ASSOCIATED COLLEU1ATE PRESS COLLEGE STUDENTS AIN'T SO HOT . . From the Idaho Argonaut Univer- sity of Idaho: There was a time when Dear Old Dad reached down into his sock s'o that Junior could go to college and everyone would look up to Junior as u man with a fu- ture and a person to be admired. Well Dad is still reaching into his sock but it the present trend continues that will be the end of i ho comparison. Bowl At Maple Lanes 111 W. Adams Ph. 2587 Meet Me At WAISMAN'S where all the gang goes to buy their SCHOOL CLOTHES WAISMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE HARRY FORD QUALITY MEN'S WEAR SIS Center Ave "Shop With !JsM GILLIAM RADIO SHOP Recording A Specialty OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE Brownwood . . . The simple fact is that Mr. Clock Puncher and Mr. Plumber like many of his fellow travelers do not mentally doff their cap when the kid from college struts by. The butcher and the baker know darn well that they make more money than ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 April 1952

TBI OOLLTCLalf April 30 J9K2 Hems Of Interest Miss Sue Hawews is again an occupant of Medical Arts Hospital. Sue was hospitalized early last week with nn undetermined 111- neKs. Good luck to you Sue hop you're back in school by the time thin rocs to print. his father has suffered a heart at- tack. Our sincerest wishes that Chuck's father improves rapidly and he may return to the campus soon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moring the .former Barbara Brewer of Brown- wood are the parents of a boy- born hist month. Both Joe and Barns ra ure ex-Daniel Baker stu- dents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brock are the paron tn of a hoy Robert Douglas born April 21 Bob is now enrolled nl DBC. Chuck LaRowe has been called home to South Bond Ind. where ROSS CLEANERS Specializing in FINE DRY CLEANING One Day Service 920 Austin Two of our boys will be draw- ing rations from Uncle Sam in the near future. Jim Howard will leave soon to Join the Navy and Owynn Dunn to the Air Force. Shower Honors Bride-To-Be Carol Marzcn a 1952...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1952

Collegian e OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VOLUME 44 BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 14 1962 NUMBER 14 Th SIXTEEN SENIORS TO RECEIVE DEGREES MAY 27 AT D.6.C. BACCALAUREATE AT ST. JOHNS On the night of May 26 at 8 p.m. graduates of Daniel Baker College will solemnly process into St. John's Episcopal Church for the first baccalaureate service since the Episcopal Church took over the ownership of the college. The service will begin with Evensong and proceed to the baccalaureate. The Liturgical Choir under the direction of D. J. C. Mickel will sing the service. The speaker of the evening will be the Very Rev. Canon Curtin W. V. Junker of Canterbury House at Southern Methodist University Daniel Baker New Drivers TNG. Center Daniel Baker College has been designated by the Texas Education Agency and the Texas Department of Public Safety as one of the schools throughout the state quali- fied to train teachers of Driver Education. The initial course in this pro- gram will be held beginning at 8 a.m. Monday May...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1952

PAGB3 TBI OOLLBOIAN My 14 152 THE COLLEGIAN Of Daniel Baker College Official i tudent publication of Daniel Baker College publiahed bi-weekly during the regular school term Editor Carmen Wvatt Feature Editor Francis Hoffmau Sports Editor Jim Howard Society Editor Myrtle McBroom Associate Editor Tony Sigtnan Publications Committee-Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Biissc and Dr. Wright Reporters-M. Turner D. Rice J. Blake C. LaRowe W. Starred J. Boyd M. Schaefer E. Starnes B. Moore and A. Huggins. Are You A Rubber Stamp? In November of this year the fate of this nation may be decided at the polls. It is true that only a small percent of the total population will he there to determine the outcome. But it is true also that each year brings more voters to the polls. This is encouraging but more encouraging still is the local interest of these voters. Heretofore they went to the polls and voted for a "party man" never digging into the qualifications of the man himself only accepting the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1952

May 14 1952 TOT OOLLBOIAN PM t Community Players Presents Farce The Daniel Baker campus was enlivened on the nights of April 17 and 18 by the Brownwood Com- munity Playhouse presentation of "See How They Run" a floor roll- ing comedy of high-jinks in the Vicarage. Heading the male element of the cast wa.v Al Baker chemistry professor and thespian extraordi- nary. Mr. Baker appeared as an American soldier who inadvertent- ly gets himself mistaken for ii cleric and spends the evening in clerical disguise dodging love starved housemaids irate hus- bands confused bi&'hops and com- munist spys. Aiding and abetting him in the escapade were Mary Reynolds as the Vicar's wife; Rosemary Davis as the side split- ting rib tickling housemaid; Ruth Spenco as a drunken pillar of the church Wilfred Cameron as the Vicar Luther Haynes as the Bish- op of Lax Jack Reynolds as a vis- iting parson Josh Ilalbert as a police sergeant and Roy Graham as a communist spy. In the progress of the play all bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1952

THS OOLLKUAN May 14 1852 We Look Forward It seeins Liici'c lias been some misunderstanding as to the disposition ol' the publication funds which would be available for inclusion in the student budget lor next year it it proposed this money which to col- lected through the business office ol' the scchool be turned over to the student treasurer and made a part of the budget lor student activities. However such muds must be earmarked in the budget to be spent 011 student publication. In budgeting the total expenditures the percentage allotted to publications could be increased above the minimum supplied by the school but it could not be decreased. It costs more than the average student realizes to print a paper and an annual. The money provided by the budget would not be enough for publication. Therefore tiie publications would of necessity be only partially supported by funds from the student budget and the efforts of the Staff of both publications would be necessary to raise the rema...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1952

May 14 1161 TBI OOLUDOIAK PageR Juniors Host To Seniors The Junior class recently played host at a farewell party for the seniors at which gifts were be- stowed upon the pompous heads of the brilliant honorees. A placque was presented to Clara to plana over the booth she hns occupied for the last four yearn. . Fred was presented a season pass to the Bowie Theater. Jane was presented with some- thing old something new some- thing borrowed and blue. The- Physics class gave Gaynelle Mr. Randle if she would only take him away. They presented Anslem with a book on Temperance for his ulcers. Given to Marshall was a book on the Art of Making Love. Good luck! Brownie was presented with a bound volume Introduction to Ra- dio Announcing. Not that we think you need it. Ha! They took Walter's book on making friends and gave him one on "Seek to Find Your Kind." Yes Spence we know there's not many. The Juniors regret to say they couldn't find a thing to give Mari- anne. The Juniors were weeping t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 May 1952

Pagt 6 THI OOLLTOIAK May 14 1152 Schedule Of Classes Summer Session 1952 Registration day June 12 1952 Session closes on August 13 1952 Description Time & Local ion 9 S-S Course cV Number BIOLOOY 130 (311) Crneral Biologv-Dr. Weslev Laboratory Monrlav and Tuesday afternoons irj (V2) General BiolotryDr. Wesley JO S-3 Laboratory Thursday and Friday afternoons Advanced As demanded Dr. Wesley li S-3 Laboratory-as arranged EDUCATION E231 (336a) Methods of Teaching Elementary Subjects 7 S-l Mr. Caskey E330 (350) Principles and Methods of Music Education 1 1 FA-5 in the Elementary School Miss Branom E330 (353) Children's Literati i re-Mr. Ainsworth 10 FA-3 A330 (365) Public School Administration-Dr. Crutsinger 9 S-6 A435 (384) Principles and Administration of the High 7 S-5 School Dr. Crutsinger C432 (385) Philosophy of Education-Dr. Crutsinger 10 S-6 S439 (389) Student Teaching in High School- 1W S-6 Dr. Crutsinger E439 (387) Student Teaching in the Grades-Dr. Cnitsinger 1W S-6 PSYCHO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 October 1952

THE COLLEGIAN VOLUME 45 IMPROVEMENTS MADE ON ST. BEDE'S CHAPEL Voices were heard ringing out between the blows of hammers and the hissing of spray guns last Wednesday evening in the chapel as groups of students busied them- selves with plans for improving St. Bede's Chapel. Originally sponsored by the Canterbury Club of St. John's parish the plan spread and students representing other organizations and independ- ents as well were readily included with the beautifying of our Chapel. As the COLLEGIAN goes to press the plans include painting the walls and ceiling a shade of blue-green. New lighting fixtures as well as a rug for the sanctuary and drapes for the windows are planned. In the meantime the regular services of the Chapel are being held in the student lounge lounge. Among the group Wednesday RULES FOR FRESHMEN 1. ALL freshmen must wear their caps from 8:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. while on or off of campus. (Did you ever notice how long Howard Payne students wear Freshmen caps?) 2. F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 October 1952

P2 THE COLLEGIAN October 8 1957 THE COLLEGIAN OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE The Episcopal College of the Southwest The official publication of the College Published bi-weekly during the regular school term. Editor Tony Sigman News Editor v Carmen Wyatt Society Editor Peggy Wood Feature Editor Robert Olson Business Manager Muriel Kennedy Publications Committee Mr. Ford Ainsworth Mr. Baker Mr. Busse Opinions expressed in this paper are those of the students and editors and not necessarily those of the faculty and ad- ministration of the College. ST. BEDE'S CHAPEL Morning Prayer and the Service of Holy Communion 6:55 A.M. Intercessions 12 noon Evening Prayer 5:30 P.M. The Chapel is open always for prayer and meditation.. o EDITORIALLY EPEAKING Criticism is a candle on the altar of improvement. COLLEGIAN HAS FACE-LIFTING The Collegian will definitely be different this year for she just underwent a facial surgery which left her (if in no otherwise bet- ter) at least a bigger paper. It has been...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 October 1952

October 8 1952 THE COLLEGIAN Page 3 The Story of Maria Nagasawa An autobiography (The COLLEGIAN staff has not attempted to alter Maria's story in any way. The phrases and expressions are hers and to change them would be to rob the story of its charm.) I was born in Yamagota Ken. but I lived in Tokyo a great city. When I was eight years old I began to learn the organ and I liked singing very much. I studied Japanese brush writing. My school record was very good but if I had studied harder I would be a better scholar now but always I was playing. I like to attend services in the church. I didn't know what the prayers meant but I liked to go to church even though when the others were praying I was play- ing. I didn't understand the pray- ing words. When I was 16 years old I studied ladies' work to make kim- onos etc. When I was 18 years old I studied Japanese Flower Arrangement and Tea Ceremony and also stage dancing. When I was 10 years old I studied with a Sisterhood altar work churc...

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