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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 October 1952

Page 4 THE COLLEGIAN October 8 1982 Deacones Hill and Charlie's Ghost Deacones Hill seen about Daniel Baker Campus in her blue dress and white cap is a new addition to the college and is here to complete her requirements for the Bachelor of Arts degree. After completing a two-year course at the New York Training School for Deaconesses Deaconess Hill was consecrated by Bishop Manning and assigned to work from Grace Chapel among the people of the New York slums. Under Bishop Huston of the diocese of Olympia Washington State the Deaconess established a Church School by Mail; under Bishop Jenkins of Nevada she served as Deaconess in Charge of a mission in the Great American Desert. In the diocese of Cali- fornia under Bishop Block the Deaeone-s established three par- ishes out of four missions and for the first time took religious education to the Thomas B. Swift Preventorium for Children at Walnut Creek California. In the diocese of Sacramento Deaconess Hill was counsellor to students ...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 October 1952

I COLLEGIAN VOLUME 45 BROWNWOOD TEXAS OCT. 22 1952 NUMBER 2 THE Freshman Day Is The Sophomore class of Daniel Baker College entertained the student body on October 10th with a beauty contest. It can only be described as showing the beau- ty grace and rare talent of the contestants. Monsieur Ainsworth brought his collection of French beauties over from Paris to participate in the contest. The models brought with them the latest styles from Paris which I am sure shall start a trend among the girls of the college. The ladies were judged according to their mental alert- ness appearance talent and measurements. The first beuuty introduced by Monsieur Ains- worth was Miss Hedy LaMonster alias Keith Brinson who modeled a lovely off-the-shoulder dress of blue and white check imported cotton material. She chose as her accessories green opera pumps and a beautiful scarf of Chinese silk. She proved her mental abil- ity by answering a difficult ques- tion. Her talent was illustrated by a beauti...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 October 1952

Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN October 22 1952 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 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. Editorially Speaking . . . In previous years Daniel Baker has had enthusiastic support from its' alumni and the ex-students have enjoyed coming back home for one day during the year to renew friendships and acquaint themselves with new students. Ordinarily we have had such a homecoming day in con- duction with some athletic fete. This year however there being no interscholastic sports activities on the campus there is no such day designated. It ...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 October 1952

October 22 1952 THE COLLEGIAN Page 3 The Story of Maria Nagasawa (Continued from last Issue) Some pipes of the organ were lost. The Japanese Army tried to break the marble altar but it was too hard. There are still marks on the altar in many places. The vestry things were almost all lost. Father Takeda and I brought many things together. Father Takeda wrote many letters to America and told SSJE in Boston " I havn't vestments" etc. At that time Father Takeda was the only priest and I was the only church worker. We were much interested because it was like a new work to open the chapel to have a mission to bring children to call on some Christians. At that time there was no chaplain's house. Father Takeda lived in the office and I cooked his meals. Then after four months a new President came to the University whose name was Sasaki. When he came we were very pleased be- cause ho is a very faithful and devoted Christian. Our work be- came easier. At that time Nippon Sei Kokai Theological...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 October 1952

Page 4 THE COLLEGIAN October 22 1952 DtlU Bata Chi Initalli Ntw Pltdgti New pledges of the Delta Beta Chi Sorority were installed in a candlelight ceremony on October 3 in the home of Mary Turner 1204 Irma Street. Molly Armstrong president read the constitution and pledge rules to the following girls: Ma- ria Nagasawa Lu Prahl and Sue Admstrong. Nell Teague and Mary Turner held candles while Marilyn White Mary Godfrey and Eva Mae Eaton pinned ribbons on each of the new pledges. Following the ceremony re- freshments of rolled sandwiches lemon chiffon cake nuts chcetos and cokes were served. THE LOST WEEK-END The church work trainees took off for Dallas on Saturday Oc- tober 10 at 6 p.m. After four hours of music song and laughter we arrived at the home of Juel Jordon's aunt Mr. and Mrs. James Goswick. After a bull session we went out for Mexican food. The next morning we attended Choral Eucharist at the church of the Holy Cross and later had lunch this time Italian setting. We went t...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1952

THE COLLEGIAN VOLUME 45 CAMPUS FAVORITES" ELECTION RESULTS "Have you voted?" "Who tire Vol! Vntitirf fnr?" Thosn U'prn fho.' cries heard around the halls of i DBC last Wednesday and Thurs- day during the election of the "Campus Favorites." After two elections one might be called a primary the results were finally announced in all the divisions but one that of the Most Handsome Boy. As the COLLEGIAN goes to press the final run-off has not yet been announced. Juel Jordan was chosen by the student body as the Most Beau- tiful Girl and a very pretty lass she is. The title of the Most Pop ular Girl was awarded to Miss Peggy Wood the "girl with the million dollar smile." Bill Hill once again proved his popularity by winning the Most Popular Boy title. Bill is our able student pres ident. Our Campus Sweetheart is Molly Armstrong. She is-going to have a hard time fulfilling her chief ambition that of a bache lor girl. The award for the Most Hand some Boy as we go to press is still undetermi...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1952

$ Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN November 5 19S2 THE COLLEGIAN j 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 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. Editorially Speaking ... The COLLEGIAN has made two suggestions this semester in her editorial columns that seem close to reality In our last issue we recommended some sort of a homecoming activity to take the place of the discontinued athletic fetes there being no interscholastic sports activities on campus this year There has been much talk around the school about the need for this and if a date has not been already set may we repeat our s...

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

November 5 1952 THE COLLEGIAN PaftS STUFF If THINGS The year 1952 rolls on and it seems as if few if any of our DBC co-eds are taking advantage of the opportunity that is theirs. What opportunity? Why Leap Year of course. Poor 01' Julius Ceasar didn't know what he was starting when he created Leap Year way back in 46 B.C. There are many ideas on how the reverse customs arouse and why this year is called "Leap Year." The name Leap Year is strictly English and is called such because after February the year leaps for- ward a day. A more recent reason for the name is the number in which gals chase after guys by leaping at all opportunities. One ex- planation giving the women such hunting privileges is found in an act of the Scottish parliament of 1228. The act stated: "It is ordained that during the reign of her blessed Majesty Margaret (you might know a woman started it) each maiden high or low shall have the liberty to speak to the man she likes during Bissextile (Leap Year). If he re...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 November 1952

Page 4 THE COLLEGIAN November 5 1957 Faculty Mtmbtn (Continued from page 1) ments in line with needs of the teacher. On Monday tegistration was carried on and the first general assembly was called. The work groups also met. There were six of these discussion groups. Dr. Crutzingcr and the Reverend W. O. Cross attended Group V. which had for its subject "Improving Non-Credit Fields and Consultant Services." Nat Williams Super- intendent of the Lubbock Public Schools was the Chairman of this group. The following are a few of the questions under discussion by this group. I. How can Local school organ- izations and regional colleges best plan a cooperative educational consultant service? II. What type of services lend themselves best to consultant pro- grams? III. What are some of the lim- itations which should be required in field and consultant services. After these discussion groups had formulated final reports and given a recess was called. The final "clincher" session on Tues- day ...

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

THE COLLEGIAN VOLUME 45 BROWNWOOD TEXAS NOV. 19. 1952 NUMBER 4 Rules For Sadie Hawkins Day Announced The Canterbury Club will spon- j sor Sadie Hawkins1 Day on the campus on Saturday November ! on rr.. ..ii. .. u. .i..u: ::' .1u.u.w..i..cbii t n.nn w .- w. ore the rules and regulations you nnin- ..ct nhirjo lemaic must amce. i. tacn iemaic is iree t "nsri" anu nnn nil mrn ti-ieit enn "cha?e" any and all men that she may choose. 2. Tagging a man is not con- sidered catching him; the female must have her ticket pinned on JIJU1 uuiuii- iiu i-uii ue uuii.-wuv.itui here. 3. Any man caught must "ac- cept" his fate and accompany his lady to the dance that night. There is no such thing as refus- ing! 4. Females are expected to treat their dates with all the con- sideration which they themselves are accustomed to. This includes providing cigarettes refresh- ments the usual ( gentlemanly courtesies etc. throughout the evening or at any time after they have caught their man. 5. Females must pr...

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

November 5 1952 Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN 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 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 administration of the College. Editorially Speaking . . . Working for a newspaper has always been a somewhat harzardous occupation. In some places it has always been dangerous to hold opinions contrary to those held by the government; to communicate those opinions even more dangerous. In our own country at one time this very con- dition prevailed. Also a reporter takes a certain amount of chances that most people donot. You hear of reporters on big-city dailies constantly jumpin...

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

November 5 1052 God Or Groct rlM? Christian Economist Gives The Answer A' test question that you and X can ask ourselves to discover whether we are Christians or hog- tied Worldings is Just What Is Mr f tandard of Living? What are the things that I as- sume that I am accustomed to de- pend upon? What is my usual breakfast? Clothing? Living room? The world has already set our standard for us: we "need" some $3000 for a "decent stan- dard of living." The neighbor- hood we live in the kind of house the class of people the auto the electric appliances etc. Now con- sider: the British are on some 1500 calorie a day; the Koreans less. Berliners average 3 in a room. Heat? Or amongst our- selves: I attended a parishioner who went all to pieces with a nervous breakdown during the depression when his income was cut from $75000 to $12000 a year. The best adjusted people I knew during the 1930's and all the social statistics bore it out were those in "Little Mexico." The most maladjusted were t...

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

Pap 4 THE COLLEGIAN November 5 1952 Maria Nagatawa (Continued from page 1) was very happy. So I worked 4 to 6 years; then the Bishop and chaplains thought about me but I had no plan for my life because God led me God and the Bishops and the priests I thought. So I didn't try to go to America. Always the priest and Bishops said "You must go to America" but I had not time to study the American language because from early morning till late night I was very busy. I didn't have a private life. My private life was when I prayed and slept those two times only. So two years ago Rev. Kita- jawa who has lived in Chicago about 15 years trieds to go to St. Margaret's House in Berkeley. From St. Margaret's House came a catalogue. I showed it to Bis- hop Viall but he did not think that that school was the right one. The Bishop Viall and Bishop Makita wrote to Daniel Baker College and they gave me a scholarship. At that time my diocese planned that they must have deaconesses. In Japan wei haven't ...

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