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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 February 1940

ISE Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1940 No. 18 From The Bell Tower Commtnt on the possibilities of more student dances is forthcom- ing. It was evident that the dance lacked organization . .' . But "firsts" are always the hardest and now that we know the faults it is certain that we will know how to conduct the next one. The Honor Roll for the fall term has been announced. The results ol our endeavors for four and one- half months are now before us ... as an example good or bad. Many of us have last-minute re- grets; some feel surprisingly happy. Several names which ap- peared on honor rolls during the term did not appear on the final records. Needless to say these six weeks grades are not the per- manent grades. But let that .be a lesson to you if your grades were not so won- derful (and approximately 221 of our Daniel Baker students are in- cluded in this statement) then here ...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 February 1940

.Pag 2 THE COLLEGIAN Friday February 23 140 THE COLLEGIAN entered at the Pott Office at Brownwood Texas aa aaoond claaa maf Mttnbcr Associated Goleftioie Press Dittributor of Golle6iateDi6est 000 VVAaAAAV Editor-in-Chief .. Aaaoclata Editor Sports ...- Business Manager Circulation Ipoaaor The Value of Home Reading brary enables us to do is to read extensively at home. Too few people take advantage of this wonderful oppor- tunity. Some people read continuously and others read not at all. Outside of required reading a book seldom finds its way into their home. More people would read at home if they only knew the unlimited values to be received from it. Of course everyone reads at home first for pleasure; and second for educational value. There is no better way to spend an afternoon than in the company of a good book and the pleasures derived from it will be numberless. How- ever do not read for pleasure alone. Great men in history have been self-educated through their studies and book...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 February 1940

Friday Ftfcnuury 16 1940 THE COLLEGIAN hilt BILLIE SPORTS yy shsm WWW(WWIMWWXWWWWWOWMWWWI a " - i"MM"wirv"ij'ywij'Lrcnri j . " ' MWMWMWMIIMMMM BILLIES READY FOR TWC TONIGHT CLIPBOARD From Th( y GEORGE MctRAYIR It won't be long now . . . The ble cage season is joost aboot over and a most suc- cessful one it has been. Though the Billits did not tnd up in that anticipated spot (you know where) they made an enviable showing for some of the weaker participants. It is yet to be found out though just how successful the boys have m m t a 1A f been. They are sharing the fourth lilplll I rtCOC 41.U In place with our neighbors so If iUClfl LAJOCa Tl" 111 we can overcome that obstacle Q J T'lt U with one or two more victories ijCCOalQ lilt flCFC then a jam-up season can be the only result. The Danlel Baker mll Blllleg They have yet to play TWC turned the ubleg on McMurry ACC and Trinity. If they can IndiaM lait Tuesday night and knock off either TWC or ACC took a 41.29 0 BUll then they have don...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 February 1940

Pag4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday February 23 1940 Campus Bits The Education 19b class taught by Dr. McNutt listens to a radio program called the Texaa School of the Air over Station KRLD. Mr. William J. Marah is the com- poser and director of the pro- grams. The broadcast begins at 1:15 p. m. so the class meets at that time and then ends at 2:15 in the afternoon. Building a curri- culum is the subject studied by the class. Leo English is recovering from an appendectomy at the Medical Arts Hospital. The operation was an emergency. It is hoped that he will be up and about sooa. Senior class invitations must be ordered this week according to Ress Rhodes senior class presi- dent. Senior rings were received some time ago and the class as a whole is beginning its preparations for graduation. A photograph of Dr. Walter Scott McNutt was printed in last week's issue of The Collegiate Di- gest. An error was made how- ever in saying that the professor is a candidate for the governor ship of Texas. He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1940

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 1 1940 Ns.lt Stewart Petsick Bratton Played Last Game Tuesday Night Flying Hill Billies Solo Beginning Last Tuesday Full-Length Movies Will Be Shown Here Mr. J. B. Menlo Holloway sci- ence professor who is In charge of the new movie machine which Daniel Baker recently purchased announces that he intends to start a theater night for perhaps once a week. Full-length films com- plete with comedies and other shorts and enacted by first-rate movie actors will be shown at a minimum price to Daniel Baker students. Mr. Holloway has written for catalogues of several film com- panies to choose movies for the school which will be held in our Pine Arts building. There will be several try-out nights before the activity will become a fixture on our campus. Mr. Holloway asks the students to give their opinion on the venture and whether or not they would like for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1940

Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN Friday March 1 1140 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Poit Office at Brownwood Texas aa aecond olaaa mat) Member . MHtltNHB ram NATIONAL ABVMTKINM BV Associated Godeeiate Press Distributor of Golle6iate Digest Editor-in-Chief AMoci&te Editor Sporta Editor Bualneai Manager Circulation flpoaaor DB A Religious Institution ed and has been maintained by religious-minded people. We stand for the things in life which are good and true beautiful and divine. No matter how much we might try to change these elements the facts remain and it is not for us to change them. If any student feels dissatisfied with our ideals he can leave us. Daniel Baker has always stood as her own advertisement. Considering the fact of our religious status we go further to insist that we the students conduct ourselves in such a manner as to uphold those standards. If you are going to be a part of any group the least you can do is conform to it. If not leave it. Anybody can do things half-heartedl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1940

Friday March 1 1140 THE COLLEGIAN ntt BILLIE SPORTS wWiVirww' WWWWW now CLIPBOARD From Thi By QKORQK McBRAYlR That upset just had to come ... and it did. Those Trinity lads were the redfaced recipients. Their beautiful record was deteriorated greatly by the boys whom they love so well to defeat. They had us marked. They had lofted themselves in their non-conspicuous perches awaiting for their last chance of the year to push the surprising Billies xurwer aown tne line in defeat but to no avail. I don't believe they could have beat us with twenty men that night. That game was ours ... all ours. It's tough to loss those three guys who have beoome more or less fixtures In the athletlo depart- lllie (Skeeter) Stewart Raleigh ment. Those three guys whom we all know and like so well; (Spider) ratton and Irby (???) Petslok. They could always be counted to do their part and more. They have demonstrated their worth many times. How can we ever forget the Stewart-to-Bittick touchdown pass in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 March 1940

Pat 4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday March 1 1M0 Campus Bits The TKD Fraternity has post poned their dance which was to have been given thli week because of the Illness of Mrs. Hutton Qull- len's mother at whose home the affair was to be. ' The Trail photographers took pictures qf the basketball squad last Tuesday afternoon. The snapshot sections are almost com- plete. The class sections were sent off some time ago. The club sec- tions are nearing completion and will be sent to the engravers as soon as photographs can be made. The Trail editors Sybil Wlglnton and Quillen Hutton have selected the bindings and other material of our year book and feel that it will be one of which every Daniel Baker student will be proud. The Beta Epsilon Society re- mind? the students that tonight their Leap-Year Dance on the Brownwood Hotel Roof' Garden will be given beginning at 9:00 o'clock. The Collegiate Swingsters will play and the script is $1.10. Roy Owen president of the or- ganization cordially invites...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1940

!S Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 8 1940 No. N AOF Presents Musical Program Quizzes Students In Kyser Style Leaders Named In Blue Book The names of the following per- sons will appear in the 1939-40 edition of a publication called lue look of University Men. The publishers of this book are sta- tioned at Oil City Pennsylvania. The purpose of the book is to help business men select boys for em- ployment and the compilers of the book believe that in time identification in this Hue look will be nationally accepted by em- ployers as standards of efficiency and ability. Bill Brookover student body president received blanks of the various school office to be filled out. Those offices asked for were student body president president of all the classes and athletic greats. Brookover's name headed the st while Charles Gardner presi- dent of the Junior class Rass Rhodes president of the senior c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1940

Pact 2 THI COLLEGIAN FrMay March 8 140 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas aa second claaa mal Member Associated Colle6icrte Press Distributor of College Di6est Editor-in-Chief -.. Aaaociata Editor - Sporte Editor - Assistant Sports Editor Buslneaa Manager Circulation -.- Sponsor - Is Our Youth Congress Logical? ical of the great numbers of American youth who were sup- posedly represented at Washington. At least we hope not" they said. Quoting from the Co'e College Cosmos "A bunch of kids without enough practical experience in living accept certain doctrines about which they know only what they read. Cer- tainly as young as youths generally are they are not quali- fied to reach any decision on what is the best way of life. That should be the period in life when the mind is open and critical. Granted that the youth is faced with the problem of unemployment they are not going to accomplish anything by a sudden radical change. Progress is a slow process." The Un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1940

Friday March 8 1140 THE COLLEGIAN Fftft! BILLIE SPORTS wwwwowwwwwiwiwiwiiniyiowxw 2CSC2CSSC2C2SC33B WWWi 10P0000000 . From The By GEORGE The cage season is over and we have nothing to look at now but statistics and numbers etc . . . (whew). 'I!ne rce for hin Point honors was nip and tuck between Raleigh Bratton and Irby Petsick but Bratton cinched it with his 22-ppint performance against the Trinity Tigers the other night. However Petsick shaded Bratton in conference points. The season record shows Brat ton with 65 flsld goals and 19 free attack of aoDandleltle laat weak throws for a total of 14 points. Pttsiok garnered 61 flsld goals and 12 frta throws for a total of 134 points. This Inoludsa all games playsd this ssason. In oonfsranos play Irby ntttsd 66 points to Bratton's 91. Along with illy ttswart thsy wsro ths only boys to play ths full 20 gamao by ths illlso this Mason. Bratton drew 29 fouls aa com- pared to Petsick's 36 but the highest number of fouls went to Wilson Lewis g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1940

Pf t 4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday Harch S 1140 Campus Bits Sam McQlothlin wu among Uioae attending the flrit showing of OWTW here in Brownwood. He is said to have enjoyed the movie very much. Hugh TruMell la recovering from an appendectomy at the Memorial Hospital this week. The operation was an emergency but Hugh is doing well and. was brought home Tuesday. Notice: All members of the Pep Squad are requested to bring their suits to Evelyn McDanlel at school next Tuesday March 12. Prof. Hart urges every girl to bring her suit or the money for it on that day; if she does not have her suit she will be requested to go home after it These suits be- long to the college and must be returned as soon as possible. In Chapel on Tuesday morning March 5 Dr. Ben H. Moore' re- ported on the progress of the land- scaping project of the campus. He said that all members of the fac- ulty had contributed and urged the remainder of the students to give their quarters as soon as pos- sible so the beautificatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1940

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH IS 1940 I No. 21 TKD's Dorm Nesters and SOS Win Junior Class Stunt Prizes From The Bell Tower Daniel laker my all all for Daniel Baker! Second verse Daniel Baker for all at least this axiom could be applied to our tennis courts . . . Everybody in Brownwood comes to practice on them and every P. E. teacher in the public schools seems to bring her tennis class to our courts to practice . . . Not that we are selfish . . . They simply are not large enough to accommodate even our own students we have to play doubles all the time as it is also these transient people who play on our courts contribute in no way to their up-keep and discourage our own students from working on them- -knowing that anybody and everybody will tear down that which they have built up. Needless to say our tennis courts are in a great need of re- pair . . . The ground needs level- li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1940

Page 2 THE COLLsKJlAN Friday March 15 1140 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Port Office at Brownwood Texas aa atcond class matt THE FISH POND THE PLAGIARIST Member Associated Cblle6iate Press Distributor of Golle6iaie Di6est Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Sporte Editor - Auistant Sporte Editor Bueineae Manager - Circulation . Sponsor Will Democracy Fall? democratic ideals on which America was founded? This is what some of our most educated men of America say today. They have studied history and matching situa- tions to ours and found that Totalitarianism is the only an- swer. Such rumors have even spread to the man in the street. Mr. Average Man can even see that our democracy is deteriorating. And worst of all our good friend Herr Hitler himself predicts that democracy cannot last much longer. The whole world says that if the trend of our present gov- ernment continues that the. end is near. No more can we sing "Let Freedom Ring" ; we will be one of many. Can we sit and placidly watc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1940

Friday March 15 1940 THE COLLEGIAN raft! BILLIE SPORTS yry00i K' a WWWMW CLIPBOARD Prom The y GEORGE It's here . . . spring training in all its glory and bruises etc. . . . T was a pretty picture to see some 40 boys running the plays and limbering out under the yells and commands of boss Ransom. Too it was a pretty expression one of the gleaming kind that was present on Shorty's face . . . That smile when a signal was called right or when a play was exe- cuted in order. - Stewart Blttlck and Roberta on the aideline looking like they had lost their laat friend . . . Trussell and English appendectomites lounging around snickering at the hardworking sweating griping recipients of a prolonged cales- thenic workout . . . Barton and Gardner getting up after a head- on collision . . . wrong signal cal- culate . . . Joe Box better known as "Tarbox" scratching his pretty red hair ... he did study those signals but he forgot which is right and left . . . "Squlnch" (Par- don me fellows if I di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1940

Ptft4 The collegian Friday March 15 1140 Campus Bits Dr. Btn Moore has announced that Daniel Baker will have a new-styled catalogue this year. They will be much larger and on white paper with printing on the covers In blue Ink. Material for the new catalogues was compiled by Dean McClelland and the bul- letin will be edited by Dr. Moore. The new bulletins will be issued sometime this spring. Dr. Thomas H. Hart was in Austin Texas on business last Tuesday March 12. Doris Goosby Sophomore stu- dent of Daniel Baker underwent an appendectomy at the Medical Arts Hospital last Monday March 11. She is reported to be improv- ing splendidly. Following the style nowadays in Daniel Baker A. T. Shults had an emergency appendictis opera- tion last Tuesday night. Tonight the AOFs and the Tau Kappa Deltas will have a joint all- night picnic at Bobble Sniders' farm in the edge of Brownwood. This is the second of joint enter- tainments and the two organiza- tions plan to have several more before thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1940

Editoria 2 e Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY APRIL 1 1940 No. 23 Magnanimous Recreational Program Planned fl Fabulous Sum Benefits Brookover Student Prexg Is Victim of Suicide Thursday Local Debutantes Feted Recently The outstanding social event of the Daniel Baker year was the co- lossal Spring Festival welcoming the spring given by the Sub-Deb Club of Daniel Baker College. The charming and talented Mr. Ray Gleaton was elected Queen of the May. His costume consisted of a lovely window shade gown of beige and green with genuine tennis net accessories. His crown was of the latest onion blossoms from the celebrated garden of Dr. Thomas H. Hart. The Queen was attended by the gracious dainty Irby Petsick gorgeously arrayed in his new white spring shorts with fuzzy anklets to match. On his golden ENDOWMENT tresses was a lucious garden hat shading his pretty face. Also at- tending the Queen was th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1940

Pagt 2 THE COLLIGIAN Monday April 1 1140 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Port Office at Brownwood Texas aa aecond claia mai k Member PHsocided Collo6iale Press Distributor of Gol!e6ia!e Di6est FRESHMAN Hirschell Rogers Imenu Brown .Kathlrene Riddle Robert Hall Inman Jobe - Torn Eplcy Blinn McClelland Unsuspecting Readers reshman ideas printed have been theirs with the regular staff doing only the technical work. We hope you have enjoyed reading thia edition. Beatrice Dumas and the staff of The Collegian. National Advertising Service Inc. College I'ubUshrit Rtprenntathr 420 Malion Avk. nkw York N. Y. Chicaoo toten Let aniim ln Pmrciico EDITORS Editor Associate Editor Society Editor - Sports Editor Associate Sports Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Student Body Members The Morgue Mr. L. F. Callaway wrote the following letter to a business firm: "Dear Sirs: "Please send me one of your razors. You will find a $5.00 bill enclosed." Mr. L. F. Callaway P. S. I forgot to enclose tne ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1940

Monday April 1 1140 THE COLLEGIAN PtftS BILLIE SPORTS ff'.?- Jf-'i11 "HMll - M 'rN Speedy McKay-Hart Tennis Match Today at KING Saturday March 30 was a gala day for the. mighty men of the "White House." Mr. 1. M. Fixemup interior decorator from London completed his unfinished decorating at the White House. All the athletic heroes from. Hog Hollow Goose Creek and Muleshoe returned home from the Easter holidays to get the surprise of their lives. Their place of abode was not a ten-room house any longer; it was (and is) tt uuee-Biury iiiuiiaiun. Not even the older bova reeoa- nil their former headquarters. Alonzo Blttiok and Talpa Thomp- son slept on the two-Inch rugs In the beautiful parlor unable to find their rooms on the third story. The entire first story is devoted to recreational purposes. When you open the door which faoes Coggln Avenue you are immedi- ately welcomed by Walter the used-to-be shine boy who is now the doorman for the White House Elite. He supports a wife and ' se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 April 1940

Pagt4 THE COLLEGIAN Monday April 1 1940 Attempted Elopement Thwarted By Papa An elopement of two of Baker's most popular students Miss Lilly- bud Denman and Floyd Orady was foiled last night at the home of the would-be bride on avenue C It seems that Mr. Denman discovered the plot through seeing a brand new ladder placed at the bedroom window of his daughter. Mr. Grady a supposedly upright and gentlemanly young man had been dating Lillybud via ladders for quite some time and on this special night a new ladder had been provided which immediately caught the attention of the irate father. A ladder was necessitated in the first place because Mr. Denman considered Floyd an unworthy young man to court his daughter. It was all right for Grady to swear smoke and drink corn liquor but when he jitterbugged in Mr. Denman's favorite den that was just too much to bear. So he forbade his daughter seeing the unmitigated villain. Thus sprung up a romance on the sly which was climaxed at the aforesa...

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