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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 November 1939

the Collegian o 1 PATRON IZI COLLIQIAN ADVERTISER UMCRIEE TO THI COLLIQIAN Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 1939 Volume XXXIV. No. 8 From Tki BELL TOWER All we can say It "how tlmt flies." Homecoming ii over; Thanksgiving will aoon be here . . . and it seems only yesterday that we registered and greeted our fellow students. To the seniors perhaps this time is flying much too fast. Every seemingly unimportant oc- casion is considered "extra spe- cial" because these students in the midst of their last year on the campus of Daniel Baker realize that these incidents are the real thing the final acting the finale of thqlr college performance and hot just a rehearsal to be done half-heartedly. The seniors have on all their costumes complete with make-up and added acces- sories; they know that they have an audience this year and that what is done can not be undone nor will there ever again be a return engagemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 November 1939

FaftS THE COLLEGIAN Friday Noreaiber 17 19St THE COLLEGIAN ten at tha Pott Office at Brownwood Texas m Mcond olua mat Mttnbcr Associated Goleeiate Press Distributor of GoteftiateDidest Scstterbrsining The Plagiarist Mttar -la-Gfctef ... Aaaodata Editor porta MNIIINfll reR NATIONAL ABVMTIBIN VI National Advertisioff Service Inc. College Puklltbtn RtpnttnUHivt 420 MADlflON Av. NlW YOMK. N. Y. CNICMO BOtTOR LOI AMIIM SM RUMMf .......mMM.....ma .....M. Bcatrica Duociaa -....-. Wilbur Roberta Georfe McBrayer Charles Gardner Will We Live To See Normalcy? Business) Manager Philip Shaw Circulation . . .............-............-..................... Lee Kunltz REPORTERS: Imogene Farrls Helen Harbour Philip Shaw Hazel Lewis Esther Underwood Joe Owen John Hicks Quentln Cauley Janle Conway Coffey Twins Sarah Cawley Erskyna Robey Zelle Horton Ethylene Shields. Sponsor lira. H. Post Wright It has been said that our generation of today is radi- cal that the proverbial pen- dulum is swunsr far to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 November 1939

Friday November 17 1139 THE COLLEGIAN Plfil BEAT BILLIE SPORTS YEA BILLIES FIGHT THE PIRATES SOUTHWESTERN PIRATES PLAY BILLIES TONIGHT fr Si ( CLIPBOARD Prom Thi By GEORGE (Editor's Not: This I tht second of series of articles on the history of Daniel Baker foot ball.) The Billies won the ACC game 13-6 and then tied Texas Tech 0-0. Their most Impressive win came over McMurry 30-0. Daniel Baker oame out with most of thslr last year's team back In 1027. Ransom and lair wars still at ths halm and wsre ex- pecting great things with the same men that won the ohampionshlp the year before.. However some thing went wrong and they had a fairly poor season.. They opened at . Fort Worth against Texas Christian and lost 280.. Then they mot MoMurry who later won tht conference and tied them. Sam Houston knocked them over 140 and In the season final lost to Texas Teoh 196. Most of this tsam was composed of Juniors and were returning the following year. Herman Clark now coach at North Side High at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 November 1939

Pag 4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday Noreabtr 17 lilt ILL TOWIR (Continued from page 1) If Hit ideas are the greater and oura the unimportant; then the logical thing to do would be to follow Hla plana. They're better than any of oura ever could be. And how silly for ua to be contin- ually working on new rules for our lives when laws have already been made which are more com- plete and could not be improved on one mite. What a needless lot of worrying we dol As students we're part of God's great plan. Why should we un- dergo any more strife than anyone else? The strife is within our- selves. Let's try to settle down and be human beings instead of machines to be driven eternally from morning til night and never lift our noses from the rut. Let's resolve to be calmer and take time out to enjoy the beauties of the life intended for us. God does not require anyone to be hum-drum and machine-like. Let's do His way. It's the better . . . Read ye Read ye the blaok list of backer-outers for the parade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1939

1 Collegian f PATRON 1 21 COLLIQIAN ADVERTISERS SUSSCRISS TO TMI COLLIQIAN Z-722 Voltunt XXXIV. HISTORY CHANGES AS TEXANS HAVE THANKSGIVING TWICE Fna Tki BELL TOWER Tht bell rings for a vletory. Not on the sporting field but a feeling of triumph and superiority fills our hearts because of our new band. We say new because uni- forms seem to add so much. Of course the quality of the music was always there but it's just like eating the same food out of ex- quisite china instead of paper plates. We asked last week that the band and pep squad redeem them- selves. And they certainly went farther and established themselves in a new superiority at the South- western game. And the stunt the band perform- ed was perfect. Maybe our eyes aren't learned in the values of bands but we can tell when lines are straight and members are in step and the music is pleasing to the ear. We couldn't lead a band but we can tell when one is good. And we know that the letters S U formed and the various movemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1939

fsft THE COLLIGIAN Friday November 24 If 3f THE COLLEGIAN tared at Um Part Office at Irownwood Tmi m Mcond class mat' Membtr bisockfed Goteeicfe Press Distributor ef CbtefiicfeDfeest NNUMTM PM NATMMAL AftVMTieiN ? NMomI AaVtftktot Strvice Inc. 4IO MAOISON AVI. NlW VMK N. V. CMCM0 OttM LM AMtlM tM PtMCMt VBlvVVlHHV NiNiniNM MiiatMHHM(l.NramiMHMiaiiiiMMiNiHH jBfVfleB)lCt JvUUftS AHWWW flHUtW WttlintM MIMIMMHIMMItailMinilMIHIMMHHttHaMlK YvllDttf RODFtfl Sfor - - - Crtorfa McBraytr Charles Gardner VKAsMVaV . mm tttMMMHaaiM i..H. . PulllD JUUtflT UVUbWV MIIMtl ! H MIIIINtai WQQ jKUIlluB REPORTERS: Imogens Farrls Helen Harbour Philip thaw Haul Lewis Either Underwood Joe Owen John Hicks Quentln Cauley Janlt Conway Coffty Twlni larah Cawley Enkynt Robey Zelle Horton Ethylene Shield!. eVpOIWOr MmaHiHiMM.uimai...MiaH.ia..HW.iMaM.. MHiH(aiaHMaMiHi m MLTQt H POSt InrriaTllt Woman9 Place It In The Home Every man is entitled to his own opinion and one of ours is that the woman's place is in the h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1939

Friday November 24 1939 THE COLLEGIAN Fife BILLIE SPORTS ON DANIEL BAKER BEAT TEXAS WESLEYAN FIVE DBC SENIORS PLAY LAST GAME TONIGHT CLIPBOARD Prom The y GEORGE Well it was swell while it lasted anyway. And you've heard of moral victories well we had plenty of them if noth- ing else. They came in more ways than one too. I like rain ; and we needed it badly but if we don't have good crops (I mean the best ever) then I for one am going to De very disappointed. I am not trying to make the proverbial excuse but 1 am try- ing to help matters a little. The rain did play an important pari in our festivities and I am just giving it credit for it. However there is always bitter with the sweet; so I will close the issue with this warning: Always wear a coat; it gives you something to swim under. They said the fastest man on the Pirate team was not in uni- form Friday night. If this is so then I am going to make a speoial effort to meet that guy. In my opinion the Pirates have the best team th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 November 1939

TH1 COLLEGIAN Friday Noresrter 24 1MI Campus Bits Mr. Q. D. Holbrook deputy tote superintendent of education in Dis- trlct 9 apokt to the Education If.b class wWo atua'iesehool admliWration on Monday after- noon November 90. The Coffin Society Banquet hlfhllf at of the dub year bae been postponed until the night of Friday December 15. The affair was formerly act for December 3. HufhQleaton eophomore on the football aquad underwent an ap- pendix operation laat week. He entered the hoipltal Wedneaday November 15 and wai diamiaied on Tueaday November 20. Olea- ton'a home la at Guttlne Texai. Senior ring a will be ordered thie week aome time; they will arrive soon after Ghriitmaa about the 3rd or 4th of January according to Raaa Rhodea aenlor daai president. The Daniel Baker String Trio compoaed of Myra Lee Duffer Kenneth Longley and Maurine Da- vidton played for a banquet given by the Men's Bible daaa of the Firat Baptist church on November 20. Also the trio played- for a book review g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1939

. Collegian THE If Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VoIium XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 1939 No. 10 The Yearbook Deadline; Color Letters To The Editor "A Pleat Fur Goetip" My Dear Editor: The Almighty may get angry; the Angel Gabriel may throw down bit trumpet and get a baseball bat; Michael may wear his wings at half-mast; the Heavenly harps may cease to render their sym- phonic strains; the ethereal hosan- nah's may be hushed; and St Peter may double-bar the pearly gates of Heaven against me be- cause I am slinging the ink to defend gossip and gossipers. Now Mr. Editor it seems to me that ninety-nine per cent of all gossip is Justifiable. Ninety- five and one-half per cent of It Is true. Seventy-five per cent of all human prattle beyond the nip-ple-and-goo-goo age is pure un- adulterated gossip. Ninety-nine and one-half per oent of all Im- portant Investigations is due to the long-tongued gosslper. All people whose grey matt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1939

ft TBI COLLMIAN Friday December 8 1139 THE COLLEGIAN altered at the Poet Office at Brownfcood;' itatitt a second 'mMtSSF Member ftuocialed Cbteeiale Press Distributor of ChteaioteDfoesr P9 NATMNAfa AVMTlN M illllUnSJ MTIihMj "jIV?' " 410 MAoit on avi. New vi . y; cihcm reitdn ui Mmir tavi mpHln tl(tiiliifittlti(itlitttMiiMtH(tttititiMMaiiiiitMfwM VWNHe AlflW A6cUWl''dlt6r't..l:...:.....'.... Wllbu RebwU porta - George lfcBrayer CharlM Gardner Circulation --:. Philip ahaw .. Lee Kutlt Cooperation We Need AIPORTIRI: Imogen Farrls Helen Harbour Philip Ihaw Haiti Lewis1 Bather Underwood; Joe Owen John Hicks Quentin Cauley Janlc Cmwry Coffey Twin Barak Cawtoy Brekyne Robey Zalla Horton Ethylene Shields. Ipoaebr ..r-...:......; .............. Hre. H. Port Wright "To work together for a com- mon objective." Therefore co- operation can bring about one or the other of two things: it can bring about integration or disintegration. Complete co- operation will- lead to success while the lack of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1939

Friday DtctMBtr 8 1939 THE COLLEGIAN Pftfftt BILLIE SPORTS ? HOWARD BiniCK AND THOMPSON MAKE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS From The CLIPBOARD y GEORGE MoBRAYER (This account is a continuation of the history or Daniel Baker Football as begun in the Homecoming edition of The Collegian. We want to thank Mrs. McDonald for her help in compiling these facta.) With Pete Weaver Polly Wise Bull Face Harria and Cecil Wood coming back in 1982 Coaches Blair and White had not loat all hope on turning out a good team. They loat moat of the '31 letter- men by graduation. Taking on the Texaa University in the first game of the season the Billies were downed 26-0. Meeting an- other Southwest conference mem- ber the folowing week the Billies again auccumbed to defeat 28-0. They had Just enough "oomph" left to down the John Tarleton aggregation the next week 8-0. Next they were beaten by West Texaa State 12-0 and tied by St. Edwarda 6-6. You've heard of bad breaks well here's one that will take the cake Daniel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1939

feCt 4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday Dtctmbtr 8 198t Campus Bits TIm Daniel Baker girle' trio MDff at the Austin Avenue Prea- byterlan church on Monday night at 7:30. The trio ii composed of Dorla Blair Htltn Harbour and Betty Jo Vernon; It la directed by Mat Mae Branom. "Thank Ood for a Garden" wai offered by the trio and the occasion waa the re- vival which la being held at the church by Reverend David John son. The gymnasium floor la being reflniahed and Banded for the com- ing basketball season. Coach Ransom and Prof. Hart are In Dallas attending the meet- ing of the Texaa Conference of coaches and faculty repreeenta- Uvea for the purpose of making a basketball schedule for the sea- son. The last shipment of senior rings will be ordered today ac- cording to Rasa Rhodes Senior claaa president. The rings are of gold with a blue atone aa were those of preceding years. A sing-song was held at the reg- ular meeting of the Students Christiana Association on Tues- day night December 5. The cafe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1939

Coggin Society Fetes Gridmen Tonight at 8 The Coffin Society will uphold tradition tonlf ht by honoring the Daniel Baker f rldmen with a ban- quet on the Roof Garden of Hotel Brownwood. The affair marks the hlf hlif ht of the club year. The annual football banquet if held each year after football season ii over. The Coffin Society wae or- faulted in 1911; its primary ob- jective was accordinf to The Trail of 1024 "to promote culture and literary taitea of lta member and to act in euch a manner for the f iris to lay "I am a Coffin". In The Trail of 1926 we find "Thie society waa orf aniscd as a literary aid to the f iris but since has be- come a social as well as a literary orfanizatlon. Amonf the social Z-722 Volume XXXIV. Major Athletic Problems Discussed At Texas-Conference Meeting Friday Letters To The Editor A Plea Agin Gossip My dear Editor: Personally and frankly I think my opponent McNut is purty hard up fer an arglment; but since this here conflabbin' about gossip... has all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1939

Pntet TBI COLLEGIAN Friday December 15 lttf THE COLLEGIAN Batere at the Poet Offlct at Brownwood Taaae m eeeond elaee aaaV Meaber ftaockfed Cbteeicte Press DiMributer ef Cbteeiole Dfeest Scatter braining The Plagiarist Mmiwm m MAtiNk abvmtimn National Advartkiftf Service he. cwiratftMmJ 4IO Mammm AVI. MfM Mtto 1M NSW TMM h. v. "iNNNM dUor-uvCBlef Aatociate Editor Sporta MIIHttHlMINIMill Btatrioa Duma iiiiHHmi..iii.miii.iMi vTMBUay eTvMMsnsl Oaorfa MeSrayer Caarlea Gartner HIIIMIHIIIIMIIiaIIMNM)IIIMtIMMIHlllMtlllWINtMltlltMNHItl II til JTJSSSSJlP SjejSSSNT lvliplaja)Wil ...... (t(iBtMM. ! 11 I4v AlHRI RBPORTSItS: Xmofene rarria Halaa Harbour Fillip Slaw Maaal Lewis Bather Underwood Joa Owea John Hicks Queatia Cauley Jaale Conway Ooffay Twine Sara Cawley. Kreayne Itobay Sella Hortoa Ethylene ShieMe. WjlOIaVOl MHWMIMIMHHtlNIHHINNHIMHHIW.ll a M Ml . JttFfl H JtV FflaYSSW No Nobel Peace Prize It has been announced that the Nobel Peace Prize ia not to be award- ed this year. In the first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1939

Friday Dtctwbtr 15 1131 THE COLLWHAN Pftftl BILLIE SPORTS HIIMIMIBaiMMiaMMMiMilMlM MW AWWWWWWWVMO MMAAAAAMWWWWMVWV MnMMmMMWMWV a CLIPBOARD From Thi y QKORQK MoiRAYtR ACC national champs? That's what one person thinks. Searching for humor the guy finally simmers down and lets this roll out: The Abilene Christian Wildcats are national champs yea they're 14 points better than the Texas Aggies who are con- ceded by most sports writers throughout the nation to be the strongest in the land. Here' how: ACC downed How- ard Payne HPC waa deadlocked .by Trinity thua making the Cats 14 point better than Trinity. Trinity loit to Saffl Houaton by 8 point who in turn outicored Rice by one point. At thia atage ACC la two touchdown better than Rice. Rice waa edged by Baylor 10-7 cutting the Cat'a margin to 9 polnte. Baylor down- ed TCU 27-0 thua placing ACC 86 point ahead of the Frog. AAM defeated TCU by three touchdown thus making the Christiana (ACC) exactly 14 point atronger than the Aggie. Whew...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1939

Pact 4 THI COLLEGIA Friday December 15 ItSt Campus Bits F fT-lU "What I Know About Women" Marjorle Conway freshman stu- dent in Daniel Baker returned to bar horn In Ban Antonio iMt Monday where she will undergo a major operation. She willl ba unable to attend achool until after the Chrlatmaa holldaya. The ttu- dento with for Ifarjorle a apeady recovery. The Daniel Baker Band wat awarded one of the 95 prlaea by the Brownwood Chamber of Com- merce for their marching In the Santo Claui parade laet Saturday December 9. The Pep Squad alto paraded and received much com- plimentary mention. The concert benefit which waa to have been given December II by Miss Mavis Douglai baa been indefinitely postponed at. Miee Douglas' doctor has forbidden her to sing before the holidays. The program will probably be pre- sented some time in January. At the regular meeting of the Students Christian Association Tuesday night December 12 Rev. Leslie Boone pastor of the First gist of his talk was that none ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1939

m rJls'We(SWlWSs"JSs'sajSB SSSll wR s"P 'SSJSBJlBB(eBBJaSJBJssssesBi w Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year SBl 1DITOMAL ON PAGE TWO IStlSIMisiliaig the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 22 1939 No. 12 Most Grades Improve As Second Six Weeks Honor Roll Is Announced From The Bell Tower "Peace on Earth Goodwill to Men" that's the way we feel. Re- gardless of a million things which piled up for us to do before Christ- mas we still are in the holiday mood and could not be mad at anybody or keep our nose to the grindstone if our welfare depended on it. And why not! This is the time of the year above all others when people should be the most care-free and happiest. Certainly not for the commercial signifi- cance of the season but for the spiritual meaning of Christmas to the Christian world. At this time above all we should be given mo- ments of leisure in which to re- member our religious ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1939

rigtt THE COLLEGIAN Friday December 22 ltSt THE COLLEGIAN Satered at the Pott Office at Brownwood Texas aa second elaaa mall FUso-cided Gole6Kfe Press Nations! AdvsrnsJng Service Inc. DtttrlhutM at Gwls FinUmtn nffMMMM ismrunuurv. 4SO MADUON Avt. NlW VMK. N. V. GOKGlSJOtG DtfGSt CaiCM MttOII It AMHH . urn rMMMC dltor-bvCkJef AiaoclaU Editor Sports MtMMMMi ... Beatrice Dumaa .... . Wilbur Roberta George MeBrayer Charles Oardnar Business Manager Philip Shaw Circulation lh Kunlta flponaor Mm. H. Port Wright And It Came To Past . At Christmas Each year when Christmas comes we are ever reminded how the - course of human thought and human events was eternally affected long ago by the birth of a Babe in a manger in Bethlehem of Judea. Though authorities disagree as to the exact month and day of this great birth Christmas is an excellent time or season to honor and glorify that great event. The story is a fascinating one one of which adults and little children alike have never grown tired. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1939

Friday December 22 1939 THE COLLEGIAN Pafil BILLIE SPORTS Prom Th the LLm ALWays ihe telk in Jariou-8 -Ports sessions that ?.?. . im u Ach B?8 a lare "umber of candidates out for it is usually better than one that has only a few. If this is true nJt&W"! ba8ketb" team. list week ?o JL X?.i2Srt!d for ba8k5tbW workouts. Because of this t'tej M the bright prospects of cer- agree with a certain sportswrtter who placed the Billies to finish fifth in conference standing. Be cause of the fact that our cagers will be even better by the time our first conference game is played on Jan. 24 and that the line-ups will be determined and the boys will each know where they stand on the team and be better organized a month from now we certainly will finish higher than fifth place. Of course when anyone make a prediction a great part of it is prejudice but at the same time a great part of our prophecy is pure facts. These facts which cannot be overlooked in making any prediction is the return of e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 December 1939

H i. Hj i 4 Maxine Jones Weds i a n d l " j. t. pryan ounaay . ik l. V t ;itifcfliuiiM Jones -hiy daiejti- teVdf 10. end II rt. Sea-born Jonf 1900 Third itnct became the bride of. Mr. J. A. Bryan Jr. son omr.'-Mtd-Mrt.-Brfrn of .this city yestetdayj morning 4n amulet wedding ceremony at the Central Methodist church. . .-The :Mftorr Itoto D. A Chia- holm read the single ring cere- atony forth: young couple in the church ' parlors. .- u. "AttetodanU Wert Miss Rayoma To'mfcnsbhand Robert Cleveland. "JThtf' bride wore i'Oon green alpaca suit with brown acces- sories. - ' Bo'tJh thViride and 'bridegroom ae IMS graduates of the local htgh'school. .'lift Bryan was at- tending Daniel -Baker . college at the time of her marriage aUd Mr. Bryan .'attended Howard Payne college Jast . r wi n Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left fer San An- fcslo where Mr Brya j employed (iy aPenaeyCompaay.y.They see at'heme'vtontheir.friendi at 725 Pmraona street there. Ul. ftW or '. fli'tVJ iPXT...

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