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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 May 1938

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 May 1938

BILLIE BLEATS It li stated that the date has been announced and Daniel Baker boys are scheduled to lose one of their most ardent admirers within the next few months. Don't hold your breaths White House Boys and Davy Carroll. Moore makes the headlines again. Seems that' he has worked himself into a nice little triangle. A wild- cat on one side and a very nice little girl with a little piece of brilliance on THAT finger. Wonder if he has noticed it yet? She likes him too. Won't swear to anything but here is a choice bit of a quotation that was handed to someone the first part of last week: "It seems that in publishing last week's Col- legian there was a very serious mis- take made as to a certain rumor. We are certainly sorry and extend our apologies. Congratulations Nelda and Pete." What's this about Rudolph ac- cepting Imogene's proposals ? Said he would be on the mark if she couldn't find anyone else. The Tmogene packs the final monicker of Hill. Rudolph is getting around these day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1938

D anielB aker Collegian ' m m m m 1937 Member Associated CollcfUtt Distributors of CoUtfiatt Digest MMMI NiiitMlMvtrtisIii$tnrfctfliic CtlkH PUUkm Rprunttht 4tO MADISON AVI. NEW YORK. N. Y. CIHCAM tOtTON L0 AMILIt SAN rtMCttCO Z722 lttti lNH RTItlN BY f &tr Volumt XXXII. Glancin Around OUT ON THE HILL As the 1937-1938 semester comes to an end there is nothing but a pleasant memory of a well-spent year. ... a year of fun frolic up- sets work joys and sorrows. . . . fellowship has reached a new high on the campus and many new friendships have been formed. . . . much has been accomplished by some groups while others have lagged. . . some students have had a successful year others have fail- ed in their endeavors. . . . the school has progressed along some lines and it has fallen a little short in others. . . . all-in-all however it has been a profitable nine months We have not seen much of our president during the year. . . he has been with us in spirit but not in body. . . however...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN CAMPUS CAMERA Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. EDITORIAL STAFF John Williamson Jr Managing Editor Cora Fowles Associate Editor David Carroll ) . Leroy Garrett j Bpon Peffgy Charnquist Bettye Jo Sanderson Club Reporters U8INESS STAFF R. E. Wells Manarer Bill Brookover Assistant J. N. Taylor Jr Circulation Billy Denman Assistant Helen Post Wright Advisor MWJffi&km. jssssrjyViismP.is lSL Another Futuristic Thought "Be appreciated for the things you have. Don't hold a grudge be- cause of the things you don't have." "The empty wagon makes the most noise." "An empty house is better than poor tenants." All might be applied to the individual student in the school. Success is not dependent on those things in life which cannot be obtained but on those particular talents which are provided by God. "To do God's will is the highest type of education." There is a place for all and a time for each. When the time comes for that place to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1938

if Ex-Senior President 'i'JBE Va'SSBBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBH ljSSBPSBBBBBBBBBEHiBl iBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl fiBrr7BBBBBBBBBBIQ3VIMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI r&SE.aBSSSSSSSJBSBSJufiOU BBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS (tfr BK BESSSuSESfsiSb'TOml IBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJ frffcufiMilaaMilBilBilBilBilBiM Collegiate World Glenn Wagnon ex-president of the senior class. ((Shorty" has headed the senior class throughout the past year. A letterman on the football squad named all-conference for the past year a member of the B Association active in all campus work. With him go thirty other Daniel Baker seniors. Formal and informal Glenn is still one of the outstanding students on the campus. Students Show Joy As School Annual Is Distributed VARIOUS OTHER MOODS ARE IN EVIDENCE AS TRAIL IS PREPARED FOR DISTRIBUTION. BLUE BLEATS All sorts of faces were seen as the 1038 edition of The Trail was prepared for distribution to the stu- dents last Saturday. On the mem- bers of the staff the individual memb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 May 1938

. SHORT WAVE INTERVIEW We've often wondered what type of entertainment we would prefer If we were stranded In some far- clung corner of the Globe with only a radio for diversion. Our problem was solved indirectly one night last week when we conducted our first long-range interview with Commander Clifford J. MacGregor head of the MacGregor Artie Ex- pedition now sitting on top of the world at Reindeer Point Green- land some 200 miles from the Magnetic Pole. Thanks to Jim Whitaker an engineer for RCA Communications who operates his own amateur short-wave station W2BFB at his Westchester home we were able to speak to Captain MacGregor for over a half-hour via the Expedition's own short- wave station W10XAB. The 15 men in the Expedition who've been within the Artie Circle for the past nine months have just some through the long winter night. During that period their radio has been their only source of enter- tainment. It's interesting to note what programs have had the most appeal for t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1938

BILLIES BEGIN T. C. PLAY HERE THURSDAY NIGHT D anielB aker Collegian Volume XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY SKPTKMSER 30 1131 Number 1 Glancin Around Gee this place li sure fine; they've got three story buildings and real glass In the windows. One boy tells me that there's an eleva- tor too but just as I open the door a mite another guy says that's where they keep the Daniel Baker goat. I don't open it cause I'm a cow man and bo's my old man. The rooms even look like they've got a chair for everybody. Well look I'm no one ring rodeo or am I? Maybe they're uppers. Gee twenty minutes ago I felt like a box of White Owls but now. . . I've always smoked two-for-a-nickle segars but never before have I knowed how one felt. Yes I know how to spell my own name; thafs the way I've spelt It since my old man told me it was Ezekial instead of Zeke. So I can give them my money over acrost the hall huh? Those heifers I sold a while back. . hey you took all my heifer money. She says she knows it. She...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN "e texans; coming to lyric New Record Set; 66 Students Graduate Entered at Poit Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. MMBMntio ran nation.'.. !i AMfiniuii r.t NatitMlAdvtrtisit2g&ervict?lnc. Ctlltt Pnblltktn Kcfireuntatlv 4tO MADItON AVE. New YoriK N. Y. CNICMO OtTON Lot ANCUU 8N ANCIteO fJ 4IO MADItON AVE. New YOHK. N. Y. v y CNICMO OtTON Lot ANCUU 8N fnANCItCO r-lJlJ iM?W1&SmK mr' y- -rL.ABVI L&JL WELCOME!! Congratulations to you new students who have chosen to make Daniel Baker your home for this school year. From the older membeis of the student body comes the heartiest of welcome. We are so glad that you have made this college your choice and we know fiom our own experience that you will have no regrets for so doing. You have met some of the membeis of the faculty. They want you to feel free at any time to go to them with whatever problem may confront you. Those who have attended the college already feel that we have the grandest g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1938

' r "(?! Vt ' I ' tr V j . ;' i ' si Hill Billies to Batde St. Mary's Rattlers In Non-Conference Fracas Billie Bleats Funny how things happen dur- ing the summer. Seems that many many changes have been made as far as this romance business is concerned. For instance. . . Dun- can and Jane about have it all fixed up. . . June has her ring and a pretty one it is too. . . Dog is only biding his time till there can be more ringing. . . of wed- ding bells. Jirnmy Moore seems to have found new territory. At any rate he has been doing right well at the dormitory lately. . . and his pal Melton Smith has been keeping him company on these trips. . . seems to find something to interest him in that cute freshman from San Antonio. Eva Nell found her a beau down at the Harbour House. Dardanelle Williams is still being courted by Leo. Adrian is without. Bittick continues to romance with Cam- ille McHorse. Seems to be some- thing of a habit there. John Arthur Thomason has all the lat- est informatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 30 September 1938

Cupid's Work Takes Toll of Exes Dur- ing Summer If the number who had read to them the vows of marriage during the summer Is any indication of the type of work that he Is doing Cupid certainly has been at work on the Daniel Baker campus and Among the exes of the college. Throughout the summer graduates and other students of the college ware married. Many students will be happy to know that this young nymph is at work on the campus and it may give them hope. The first to be joined by the ceremony was Velma Lois Dulin who was married to Harry E. Schultz of Austin. Miss Dulin was a student of Daniel Baker two years ago and has since been studying at the University of Tex- as where she met Mr. Semite. They were married in San Angelo on June 7. The couple are living In Austin where Mr. Schulz is an instructor in the University. Miss Dudley McClendon was next. On June 11 in the parlors of the First Presbyterian Church of this city Miss McClendon' be- came the bride of Victor P. Ar- lingto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1938

V( - r"V' wwf ' r"v irr V; WT D anielB aker Collegian Volume XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1I3S Number 2 Miss Chisholm Presented As Sponsor At Grid Game Thursday Evening Bowman Addresses Christian Students In Second Meeting Chief speaker for the evening's devotional Monday night at the regular meeting of the Christian Students Association was Glenn Bowman vice-president of the or- ganization who discussed the sub- ject of peace not only from a world-wide standpoint but also from a personal view. The devotional period was open- ed by a sing-song led by the presi- dent Dick Slider. Following this Jessie Beryl Chisholm leader of the program for the evening pre- sented Glenn Bowman. "Peace within our hearts" he said "is the only way in which we can establish world-wide peace. Until it has reached your heart you can hope for no peace throughout the world. This unrest over the world is a re- sult of the lack of peace in the heart of the individuals comprising it." Gene Kennedy's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1938

1' DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN mickeyrooney is here again Entered at Port Office of Brownwood Texas as second class matter. MMIStNTBD PON NATIONAL AtiVCWTISlNO fcf NatitMlMvtrtitinfStnficfflnc. Cttht Mlhktri R$tnuntaHv$ 4tO MADISON AVI. NKW YONK. N. Y. CNICM MITON Lot ANOILtt fMNCItCO mwi!g&lm mi MJ M "' m A I ill TT L&3U WHAT OF OUR COLLEGE SPIRIT? I am steeped in the Daniel Baker spirit. My association with a few of the ardent supporting loyal exes has done much to fill me with a proud heritage of that' spirit in all its phases of historic tradition ideals and future dreams. I love the campus I app:eciate the com- radeship and cooperation shown a freshman. I thrill to the spirit of loyalty and love accorded to Daniel Baker upper classmen teachers and exes. Yet how does this spirit extend to our athletics? How is. the spirit of Daniel Baker's student body boosting our athletes? I and many of my classmates were sorely disappointed in our pep rally. Perhaps we expected too much. N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1938

'HW11' ''''" s Paul Gregory Elected Net President At a meeting of the tennis en- thusiasts Wednesday afternoon the group chose Paul Gregory as its leader for the coming year. To assist Gregory with the leadership lor the club were chosen Jan Owen vice-president; Cordelia Moffett secretary and Marshall Robinson reporter. Gregory is a member of the Junior class. He last year acted as vice-president for the Racke- teers lie also represented the school in the Texas-Conference tennis tournament playing singles hi the mutches. it was decided that a round rouiii tournament would be held soon in order to determine the laiiKings of the members of the club. Although there are not so many girls the large group of boys has some real tennis ability irom which to choose. Outstand- ing perhaps is Harry Baker fresh- muu un the campus this year whose tennis game is remarkable. ino deiinite plans have been made uu to the time tor the club meet- ings the place nor the dues. The giuup win choose its cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 October 1938

. " r-r """ timFlt.'f NEW EDUCATION HEAD (Continued from Page One) During hli absence from Brown- wood Dr. HcNutt has been busy not only studying and teaching but also writing. Several books have been published by him in that per- iod of years and several more man- uscripts have been submitted to the publishers and will be released from the press soon. Some of the books to his credit are: Socializing Education Through Community Welfare Clubs Elemen- tary History or Arkansas Govern- ment of Arkansas in the Nation and High School History of Arkan- sas. Only last November the Story of Philosophy Told In Problem Study was released by the Palmer Co. Among the manuscripts that are on the press now are: Govern- ment of Texas and the Nation Twentieth Century Reader Series which include readers for the pre- primer primer first second and third grades. In recognition of his writings Dr. McNutf s name has been placed in Who's Who in American Education Who's Who in Social Science of America and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1938

Daniel Baker Collegian Votunp XXXIII. ROWNWOOD TEXAS Friday October 14 IMS. Number S ill Billie Home Coming Day Set For October 22nd Thomason and Allcorn Students Choice For Officers On '39 Trail -. . a Fowles Elected Glancin Around Collegian Editor Now that the disturbance caus- In an election held by the Student ed by the election held last Satur- Association of Daniel Baker Col- day has been settled and a plan lege last Saturday morning in agreed upon you may expect a chapel JoJhn Arthur Thomason better paper than you have been was chosen as the editor of the an- receiving. It is quite difficult to nual publication of the school The write a newspaper without some Trail and George Allcorn business organization. This has been reach- manager of the same publication ed now it is hoped and we can In the same election Cora Fowles promise you that you will be more was named the editor of the week- pleased with your publication. Any ly edition The Collegian by the help however that the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Pott Office of Brownwood Texas as second clue matter. Mtabtr 1991 MMUUTU Ml NATIONAL AMVMTiaiN BY BssockfedGbfefiicfePtaft National AdvertWnf Soviet Inc. Distributor of 410 maoimn avi. new vrk n. v. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Cora Fowles Sports Editor ' Bill McBrayer Reporters: Gene Kennedy Maebell Fitzgerald Percy Owen Richard Slider Betty Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson. USINESS STAFF Business Manager - Bill Brookover Circulation Manager - J. N. Taylor Assistants Richard Daley Joe McDonald Marvin McMullen Cecil Holder George McBrayer Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright 25smF 4m3S&JPf JTif SbX1 BsJJ"1'"" or not they should be risked at war. Young men from the age of IS to 21 while not entitled to an official voice in deciding upon war are expected to do much of the actual fighting in case the older men choose to protect our Interests abroad. We do not advocate nor expect a revision in American suffrage nor do we maintain that minors should be Inv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1938

I fwjru-ir-wM" t ' W From the Clipboard Those Billies arc looking better every day. With a little scouting around it was easy to observe that the boys have the old spirit and hustle that it takes to win and are seriously anxious to put it forth. With a brilliant array of freshman hustle and spirit made potent by the experience of the "old timers" the Billies can never be counted out as defeated until the final gun. The most amusing contest of the year was the recent World Series. Sorta like a prep school playing a state university. The Cubs never had a chance. The only compari- son of the two teams in favor of the Cubs was at third base where Hack played rings around Rolfe Hitting the tops. It may be out of season but since Coach Al Baggett came to West Texas State five years ago his basketball teams have averaged almost 6 feet 5 in- ches in height. His tallest was that of 1937. It averaged 6 feet 6 one-half inches. Last year the average was 6 feet 5 one-half in- ches. Raymond Shack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 October 1938

V 1 Pencil Sale Will Open Drive For Junior Finances In a meeting of the clan during the chapel period Wednesday morning the Juniors decided to begin their drive for money to finance the annual Junior-Senior banquet to be held near the end of the school year. Several suggestions were made regarding possible methods and a few were adopted by the group for their immediate attention. A pen- cil sale is to begin within the next few days. These pencils will be in Daniel Baker blue with the words Daniel Baker College engraved in white on them. They may be pur- chased for five cents from any member of the class which requests that all pencil purchases be made to them in order to help them with their responsibility. Within the next few days work will be begun on the writing of a short history of Daniel Baker in celebration of its fiftieth anniver- sary. In charge of the publication is Richard Slider. On the com- mittee with him are Earnestine Lovelace and Stella Easley. This pamphlet is to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1938

DanielBakerCollegian Volume XXXIII. ROWNWO0D TIXAt Friday OctAfctr 1 1M. NumftttM Exes Here Today for Home Coming Luncheon Scheduled For Noon At Hotel Brownwood Gold Room Dr. Ben H. Moore Prepares Program Outstanding In the program for home coming day will be the lunch- eon which le scheduled for twelve o'clock noon in the Gold Room of the Hotel Brownwood immediately following the chapel program. Retiring from the program in the Fine Arts Building the ex-students friends and present students will go to the Hotel for the luncheon which will be prepared there for them. The general program for the luncheon has been prepared by Dr. Ben H. Moore. On. the com- mittee with Dr. Moore are Mrs. Mabel Stone Hall Miss Ruby Wil- son Mrs. Fielding Early and Mr. J. Claude Smith. Place cards are being made by Misses Wilson Loel McKnight Mesdames Florence Mc- Donald and Helen Post Wright The decorations are in the charge of Mesdames Mary Helmecke Early Maurine Adams and Kate Horn. Music for the affa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 October 1938

DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN at Pott Office of Brownwood Texaa m second clase matte. MSB Mosker 1M ftssodctedCbloeictetoss 'iAnriSmSm " Colhgt PublUhm JUerwMJrfto Dfetributor of 410 maoimn avi. niw vohk n. v. fMfftflS. fJKntl CNieMO OtTOR U AMtltl SAN PRARCIM EDITORIAL STAFF Editor - Cora Fowles porta Editor Bill McBrayer Reporters: Gene Kennedy Maebell Fitzgerald Percy Owen Richard Slider Betty Jo Sanderson Marshall Robinson. USINESS STAFF Business Manager - Bill Brookover Circulation Manager J. N. Taylor Assistants Richard Daley Joe McDonald Marvin McMullen Cecil Holder George McBrayer Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright WELCOME EXES! Members of the student body its faculty and its friends have been preparing for weeks for this day Daniel Baker Home Coming Day. Now they welcome you to the campus and hope that you will take part in all of the activities making up the program for the day. They want to feel that you are enjoying every minute of your stay. Make yourselves at home. This i...

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