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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 January 1940

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE VoIujm XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1940 No. 13 From The Bell Tower Well Happy Ntw Year It al- ready a greeting definitely taboo. But we predict that the holiday will not be completely forgotten for two or three weeka. In fact we still have that holiday habit of wanting to aleep after dinner and of eating alowly and thoughtfully and of wanting to be carefree and keep all' serious thought aa far away aa possible. The first of the vacation was certainly whirlwind. Then came the Sunday and the patiently wait- ing for Christmas and preparing for it mentally. Surprise! Snow on Christmas morning. We pre- sume that most of our students were in the vicinity blessed with a white Christmas. Nothing can add so much to the Ule season as can snow ... we think. Even our tired old hearts were thrilled by it ... we hope everybody enjoyed the spirit as much aa wo. But--after Christmas what? Six who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 January 1940

Ht THE COLLIQIAN Friday Jaavary 5 1140 THE COLLEGIAN Catered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas m MOMtd elaae mal Member ' MMumm ran national avtiiin av Associated Cbleftwte Press Nstionel Advertising Service Inc. ftiitritut of Cnllrgt Pmkiiiktrt RtpnwtttHtt " " 4IO MAPtON Avt. NIWV9MC.M.V. COwftCnfi UICSGSI CNICAao boklon Lei ANUIM MM riuam Scatterbraining dltor-hvCklef ... Asctte Bettor Sports ....................... ... Beatrice Dumas ..... Wilbur Roberta George MeBrayer Charlei Oardner Business Manager - Philip Shaw OMreulatle Lee Kunks Sponsor ..................................... ...................................... .Mrs. H. Poet Wright REPORTERS: Imogeae Farris Helen Harbour Philip Shaw Haael Lewie Esther Underwood Joe Owen John Hlcke Quentln Cauley Jamie Conway Coffey Twine Sarah Cawley Erikyne Robey Zelle Horton Ethylene Bhlelde. Are You Twenty-One? Many of our Daniel Baker stu- dents are twenty-one years of age or wilt be before February 1 1940. By the constitution of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 January 1940

Friday Jaaesjry 5 IMt THICOLLMIAM nts t! BILLIE SPORTS -CLIPBOARD Prom Thi y QIOftQI MoBRAYBR peaking of All-American teams here's om that takes the prise After much time and consideration a group of boys down Austin way came to the following conclusion of the world's best team: First Team POSITION Second Team Joe Palooka LB Buck Rogers Tou LT Sergeant Craig Cap'n Easy LQ Mickey Finn Popeye C The Lone Ranger AMy Oop RO Secret Agent X-9 Leviticus RT Jungle Jim Tama RE DonWinslow Dea Dnn QB Dick Tracy Li'l Abner RH The Shadow Flash Gordon LH Snuffy Smith Superman FB Tallspln Tommy ....Mascot: The Swink. Waterboy: Wimpy. Sweetheart: Betty Petty. AAM Southern California and Clemson . . . what a lineup! They are champions of the three great- est bowl games in the world. Al- most two hundred thousand peo- ple witnessed the three games and approximately a half million dol- lars went for tickets. Bach game terminated with the uprooting of the goal posts by a hysterical slap-happy victory er...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 January 1940

THECOLLIGIAN Friday January 5 1140 Nil Campus Bits The Trail editor have announc- ed that laturday January 0 will be the deadline for pictures for the annual. All student who wish to have their picture! In the 1940 year book must f o to Mayo's au- dio and have their photograph made before that time. Mra. Mayo also request that all proof be re- turned Immediately. Ml M avl Doug la director of the Daniel Baker Ensemble ha announced that the choral organi- zation will meet next Monday January 8 to begin rehearsal for Easter presentation. All mem- ber are requested to be at the Fine Arts building at 2:30 Mon- day afternoon. Reverend David Johnson spoke in chapel Tuesday morning Jan- uary 2. The gist of his talk was that in the New Year 1040 we should take the bitter with the weet and remember that some- thing good always comes with disappointment. With the New Year will come to us a little of V everything In life and we should share our joys and likewise our sorrows will bring kindness ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 January 1940

Collegian THE f'i ft Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWN WOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 12 1940 No. 14 From The Bell Tower The story of the fall ttrm of 1939 and 1940 is nearlng Its finish and there are only two more weeks until exams begin. Two more weeks in which to complete term projects write term themes and review our courses. This short time will fly like the wind and in no time we will be cram- ming for exams. We will leave them by the wayside one by one and before we know it we will be into the spring term. After a brief holiday we will find our- selves looking forward to Easter. And so it goes on and on. These exams will be the last for most of the seniors. No more cramming until after midnight the day before drinking coffee to keep awake comparing notes do- ing last minute research walking the floor biting finger nails etc. The rest will be having the same trouble as before and the seniors for the first time will re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 January 1940

fBlai THI C0LL1GIAN Friday Jaimaiy 12 1140 THE COLLEGIAN Batered at tlM Post Office at Browawoed Tease m Member W Ftoocicfed Goleeiate Pkwss Diurisuter ef IH FM NATMNAk AkVMTIMN ffSjQQSM AuWUMV SSTVlOSt tab Gflsf ft r9t99$99T$ i 410 M amon AVI NIW VIIIC N. V. CMICU IttftTM Us AMftiW U lVCHlWa'IB'WIW MM IHiiiHHHMtMiMilMiMNHNMHiHHt laHllaiaM PWRIOV AUIBW AMBHV MlWr UrtiiinwnmimiHwwMHHwi .nmiiiimmmHiiiMHnmiiiiHH ff UmV WHOWmWt Sports - George IfaBrayor Charles Gardner VUHHb JsMMf W HlttMHHIItlMItMIMMltltMWlMttlMltHWtlNItlMMll)Mll STSBSvUV ItMBWv VUVUWMUfl WHHiiiiMiiHinniimiii imiMtminiMPtmnMHiiMl'iMWMHHiHWiniiWMiMimii eVflP9 afSkSaVVsjOS) VyVJHHfr HIMMNWtmSMMIIMItMNllllIMIIIMIllMIMmlMlMIMNtIMINIMMIMailmJUVl Afl AvR ff H vwwwwwwvmwwwwwv Goetip Gets Evan You Goiiip is ft plague which de- scends on everyone. Students on your own Daniel Baker cam- dub are victims of thin moit hated of catastrophes. Yes you even YOU are probably the unlucky center right now of someone's idle and malicious g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 January 1940

Friday January 12 140 TUOOUJNUN ftitt BILLIE SPORTS - 'rnrTrvrinnnrrri snruwji. ' - ' ' i jn-.-j'j-rr rn- -w wmw0iwim00ruinji From Tin y QKORQI McSRAYIR About that fame over at Tarleton . . . Aa you have already heard I'm sure Coach Ranaom took the men off the floor with eight minutes to fo in the fame it was all becauie of the poor Inefficient refereeing of the official whom Johr Tarleton officiate had summoned to call the fame. Time and time again Coach Ransom had to leave the bench and interrogate the referee as to why his men were being charged with fouls so as the game went on it was easy to see that trouble was brewing. This continued til Coach Ran- som finally elected to take his men off the court rather than have any more friction. We are not blaming the Tarle- ton officials nor the athletes. It isn't their fault if the referee goes haywire. They were just playing the game and trying to win and they were taking their free shots whether they were called right or not The refer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 January 1940

THE COLLEGIAN Friday January 12 1140 rt Check On Fouls Hoped For In New Court Rules When colltf court teams began the 1989-40 season last month they began playing under revived basketball rules that are intended to reduce fouling and minimize the disadvantages many claimed ex- isted under last year's regulations. Here is the complete list of rule revisions announced for this year's rule book: 1. The end line of the court shall be four feet from the face of the backboard (this had been op- tional last season). The exception to this rule is for courts where the physical limitations of the floor do not permit such an extension but a two-foot minimum is re- quired. The ideal court is 94 feet in length from outside line to out- side line with 86 feet from the face of one backboard to the face of the other. 2. A slight change has been made in the specifications of the ball relative to its resllency. 8 (a) After a free throw from a technical foul the ball is to be awarded to the team which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 January 1940

THE Collegian j? r Z-721 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volant XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1940 No. II Clinton Kersey DBC Air Instructor Well Qualified for Work; Member NAA From The Bell Tower It seems that the new enthusl aim in flying haa' taken the place left by football in the achoola' in- terest. Thoie flying students al- though there are only ten of them have suddenly been elevated in the other students' opinion they take the flying course. Of course there are many more students interested in air training but be- cause of lack of funds defects in physical health insufficient time and countless other reasons they cannot. When football season was over the students were lost for some- thing to hold first place in their sessions. Now air training cer- tainly fills that place to a cer- tain extent Every college paper headlines air course articles and fills their pages with CAA photo- graphs. The presence of such courses in any c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 January 1940

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 January 1940

Mis Hmmtj If tfSO TUCOLLMMAN BILLIE SPORTS . n .. trm? v m 0m MMmwWinmnm0WWWWMWW BILLIE CABERS PLAY WEST TEXAS TODAY -CLIPBOARD From Th ? y QIORQI MeBRAYM Suady Judge K. M.Landis baseball's high commiMiontr gave ninety-three baseball players their unconditional releases from tht Detroit Titers and their affiliated minor league cluba. Judge Landli declared that "the evlla of common control over the players of two cluba In the same league and the perversion of working agreements with minor league clubs into arrangements for wholesale coveting up of players must cease." what does all this mean? Simply this. Judge Landis has been fighting for the last few years a system used by major league clubs through which they get control of promising young players which the club it- self can not use and hold their contracts to keep these players from being used by other clubs. Reverberations and repercui- sions of Commissioner K. M. Lan die' Tiger purge will be heard and felt through baseball corr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 January 1940

' THE COLLEGIAN Friday Jtattary It 1140 Schedules of Exams Announced THURSDAY JANUARY 25 too Room Chemistry 1. T. Th IB Bncllak 1 Sec. 2 2 Pkyatai 1 0 Political Science l Sec. 2 Ipenlea 1 Sec. 2 4 1:00 Ream Bible 1 See. 1 8 B. A. 4b.; Edu. la 4 .Chemistry 42 SB 'Education 2 Itc. 1 2 Education 6a (Spring) Political Science 8b-8a s panlah 2 5 English 5 Cog gin tOO FRIDAY JANUARY 26 Ream 1:00 Room Bible 2 Sec. 1 S Burin at Adm. 8 Typf 0 Education 1 Sec. 1 2 Enfliah ib-la SB French 2 4 Hiatory 4 Math. 8 5 Public Speaking 1 Sec. 1 FA Bible 4 4 Biology 1 T. Th SB Bui. Adm. 1 Bookkeeping 0 Education 2 Sec. 2 .8 Home Economic! 1 T. Th. . . i .FA Phlloaophy 1 8 Spanish 1 Sec. 1 2 SATURDAY JANUARY 27 tOO Room Bible 1 Sec. 2 8. Enfliah 2 Sec. 2 2 Engllah 1-4 5 German 1 4 Hiatory 8a-2a ... Home Ec 4 FA Education 1-8 FA 1t00 Room Bualneaa Administration 4a 8 Economics 1 8 Education 10b-4a 8 English 1 Sec 8 2 Home Ec. 2 MW FA Lib. Sci. 1 Lib Spanish 8 4 MONDAY JANUARY 29 tOO Room Bible 2 Sec. 2 8...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1940

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1940 No. If New Students Enroll In Baker As Second Semester Begins From The Bell Tower To the new students we extend a hearty welcome. We are glad to have you in our midst and we hope you will enjoy every minute of your work and play on Daniel Baker's campus. The more the merrier room for everybody et cetera ... To the old students we say let us make these newcomers feel part of us and show them ev- ery act of friendliness from the start. To the new students we say that we hope you will soon become adjusted to our ways of doing and feel that Daniel Baker belongs to you also as it does to us. Needless to say now is really the time to begin making resolu- tions for the new term. It is well to take no cuts and to keep up lessons daily as there will come a time when we will all have spring fever and going to classes will be a super-human effort. So ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1940

Ffcftt THE COLLIGIAN Friday February t 1940 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Poat Office at Brownwood Texas aa aeoond olaaa mat' Mttnber ABPMkaKMICD run KAtlUNAL ADVfcnllUINU OY associated CoUe5iale Press National Advertising Service Inc. r!. ... r OMcxc l.iblhhvrt Reprtuntatitr DlsmbutOrof OM-nAvr N.WYOAK.N.Y. fjrJfiflClfnp jrtQM Chicago c ion to Antnit ln Pmmiko Editor-in-Chief Beatrice Dumaa Associate Editor - Wilbur Roberta Sporta - George McBrayer Charlei Gardner Bualneaa Manager - Philip Shaw Circulation Lee Kunitz gponaor - r - Mra. H. Poat Wright Support the Program ing through Brownwood or coming to Daniel Baker for the first time will always think of the college from the mental image that our campus leaves in his mind. Now the trees and the walks and the grass are beautiful but there is certainly room for improvement. Such a staid dignified structure as our old administration building needs a more beautiful setting. Such a program of landscaping as Dr. Ben Moore has proposed c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1940

Friday February 9 1940 THICOLLBGIAN W BILLIE SPORTS Wwyy "wi rrejlMN - - MMMMWMWWW 2SSSSK - --- -r-r-M-M-w-rw-w-v- j 1HJH. From Th y GEORGE MciRAYER To the basketballers over at the Whitehouse . . . The Daniel Baker Girls' basketball quint is very much in need of some coaching. So far they have had no tutoring from any source and they have been handicapped immensely because of it. They have relied on their own knowledge of basketball and have oeen somewnat successful too. They have managed to win a beautiful trophy one most cer- tainly to be proud of and more than half of their games other- wise. They are to be commended I think. They had the initiative and ability to organize and get their own competition without the help of any one. At a result of the DSC tour- nament whioh they sponsored they have new suits and equip- ment. They oleared more than enough money to pay for this and a trophy for the winner besides. Members of the club that be- gan the first of the year are; Zelma New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1940

Pact 4 TIM COLLEGIAN Friday February t 1940 Orrin Tucker IQ Tests Take Radio Orrin Tucker is the gent who went across the ocean and brought back our Bonnie to us except that there wasn't any ocean. He did take her across the Mississippi and that's almost aa good. Any- way ahe'a here. Orrin heard Bonnie Baker sing- ing at the Hotel Clarldge in St. Louie. He liked the way she sang (clever fellow) and talked her into joining his band out on the coast (cleverer). That was four years ago. Oh Johnny was written 23 years ago. Bonnie was born 21 years ago. Maybe nu- merologlsts could have told us what was going to happen this fall. Anyway we all know now. Bonnie who needs no descrip- tion at this late date doesn't hold the mike when she sings. This leaves her hands free. Her only steady boy friend is a fox terrier. This leaves her heart free. Well what are we waiting for? College students are people! This startling discovery long rumored in certain circles has been established beyond a ghos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1940

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vohmt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 1940 No. 17 From The Bell Tower Basketball son it in full wing. Basketball ia one of the twiftest games ever played. It ia a game of skill and endurance eaaentially. There are few time- outs and practically no breathing apella. Not only one man but every man participatea in every play. The game la easier on the spec- tator considering the instant iden- tity of the playera. It la eaaler to watch because bad or good play- ing ia readily perceived by the entire grand atand and not by just the officials. The game many times however movea faster than our eyes can follow. It is this element which makes it so exciting. A player will race pell mell down the court exercising every ounce of his en- ergy supposedly. Sometimes it aeema as though the court is the scene of a track meet as the points usually go to the man who can run the fastest. But it is not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1940

Tt THE C0LL1GIAN Friday Ftbrusry 16 1940 THE COLLEGIAN Statered t the Post Office at Brownwood Texas m second class maF Member Associated Gotteftiate Press Distributor of Golle6icrte Digest ditor-ln-Chlef - - Associate Editor Sports Business Manager Circulation ...... - Sponsor - - Your Conduct At a Dance dent body has risen up as one man to escort their fair lady our Alma Mater to the ball on her maiden voyage. This is a pretty picture. Imagine with me the spirit of our school tripping gayly to the dance with young men and women who have been nurtured at her breast and who believe and practice her standard of principles so devoutly. Can you see this grand old lady gliding to the swing and sway of modern music as easily as if she were dancing the stately minuet. There is still the stateliness of the early dance but somewhat more headwork and footwork. Mohammed ordered the mountains to come to him. You know what happened. You are right. Nothing happened. The student body has for some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1940

Friday February 16 1940 THE COLLEGIAN V' 1 ftftl BILLIE SPORTS NW.lgL..ggMil ''ilIIITI I .1 . L L r ? From Thi y GEORGE Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis demonstrated again that he knew what it was all about and that he is "worth every cent of his salary" when he reached a "com- promise" with the embattled big league club owners and told them to jump into their plans for another successful season. ut last wctk with the start ' of the training oampt only a mat ter of days away these owners who maintain "farm" systems were wandering around in a quandary and calling the commis- sioner names behind his back. Some of them were bitter. Today they were at least molified and looking to the future with some hope. Landis brought It all about when he asked the group last Tuesday noon who were here for the rules committee to come up and see him. On arriving they found Landis willing to talk business. It lasted six hours loud and long. The own- ers who had been jittery as a cat In a lightning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1940

TnCOIUOIAN Frisky Ftbimiy 16 1M0 All Subjects Discussed In Student Sessions Speaking of animals and things: Animals bave played ImporUnt parts In the lives of collegians outside of the soo lab. Our first recollection of animals in college was when our roommate brought home a dead cat and started rip- ping It apart In our bedroom so that he could count the poor thing's muscles. The second recol- lection was the time our freshman class put a cow from a neighbor- ing farm In a sophomore living room. The class had to pay for the cow because she wouldn't give milk after that . . . During the middle of the past month students at Dickinson College started pinching themselves. When they arrived at the Chapel for home- coming services they found a live horse tethered to an Improvised hitching post on the second floor of the chapel. It was believed that 'the same magic force that spirited the mermaid away from the college weather vane was to blame. Things we've never worried about; not -even ...

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