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

IS1 Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 5 1940 No. 24 Ensemble Concert Is Great Success The Daniel Baker Ensemble college choral organization pre- sented Miss Mavis Douglas so- prano and Miss Annette Walsh pianist in a concert on Friday night March 29. The program benefitted the Ensemble and was given for the purpose of raising money to pay for music for the choral club. The program was as follows: My Lovely Celia Munro-Wilaon O Sleep Why Dost Thou Leave Me? "Semele" Handel Alleluja Mozart Miss Douglas Ballade in F Minor Chopin Biss Walsh Le Nelumbo - Moref Vous Dansez marquise Lemaire L'heure silencieuse Staub Regnava nel silenzio "Lucia di Lammermoor" Donizetti Miss Douglas Liebestraume Liszt Rhapsodie No. 13 Liszt Miss Walsh Winter Rain Annette Walsh Soliloquy Annette Walsh When I Was Seventeen Walter Kramer The Night Has a Thousand Eyes Richard Hageman At The Well Richard Hageman Miss ...

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

THE COLLEGIAN Pat 2 Friday April 5 1940 THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas aa second class mat Member Phsocialed Gollefciate Press Distributor of Gollefciate Di6est Editor-ln-Chlef - Associate Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Business Manager - Circulation - Sponsor I Am Proud I Am An American heritage and is one of which we should be proud. Our flag should be one of our most prized possessions. There are few other nations that can look up to their flag waving gloriously and say "Herein lies safety." If the thou- sands of people who were left homeless by war had that privilege the world would be in a very different condition today. When I see the stars and stripes waving over my head I feel a surge of pride run through me. I am proud of our great nation and proud that I am a part of it. Perhaps I may be a small part; but nevertheless I do my duty as a citizen of the United States of America. In our country we have freedom of speech freedom of re-...

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

Friday April 5 1940 THE COLLEGIAN Psftt BILLIE SPORTS MsMHsiMkaBflsBtssaBsaSjBBWaBMMaBaBgsjMtf CLIPBOARD Prom The Recently Coach Ransom ran the following ad in the In- dianapolis Star Sunday paper: "Boys wantedHigh school graduates who qualify as good basketball players who wish to attend an A-l senior college in Texas. Jobs furnished to earn room board and tuition. Write Athletic Director 717 Coggin Ave. Brownwood Tex." The Indianapolis Star thought the ad so unusual that they featured it on a front page story with a headline that read "Texas School Advertises for Athletes." The write-up then got into the hands of the Associated Press and the International News and made all the big papers in the United States. It was even broadcast over WLW Cincinnati one of the largest stations in America. As a result hundreds of letters from applicants have began to pour in asking for a chance to at- tend Daniel Baker. These letters have been answered by sending them information on the school etc...

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

Paft4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday April 5 1940 Campus Bits Rev. Edward Bayles minister at Qatesville Texas will apeak to the Daniel Baker Student Body in chapel on April 9. It is thought that he may be a permanent mem- ber of the college as a religloua advisor to the students. Mrs. Irene Adams Trapp be- loved Daniel Baker faculty mem- ber was responsible for the new steps in our Administration build- ing which were built during the Easter holidays. A sort of Rally Day was held in chapel on Wednesday morning April 2 for the purpose of re- minding the students about the quarters they are to pay to help on the landscaping program which has been begun but not yet com- pleted. Bill Brookover student body president acted as principal speaker and he called on several other students and faculty mem- bers to say a word about whether or not the program was of real value to the college and what was to be done about it. M!r. R. E. Blair gave an enthu- siastic comment on the subject and Sybil Wiginton ...

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

THE Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 12 1940 No. 25 From The Bell Tower Spring is the time of year for excessive rains cyclones thun- derstorms and general tumult. So do not be discouraged if your enjoyment of spring should be threatened with all sorts of trou- bles and fears. Perhaps it is not that there are any more troubles this time of the year but we just feel more deeply during this sea son. We love hate rejoice and despair more fervently In spring than in any other portion of the twelve months. At least this is conceded to be true although there may be many exceptions. So it is quite according to nature that we should be moody one minute and exaltingly happy the next. After all it can cloud up and rain one hour and the sun shine brightly the next. Most of student troubles come from grades so statistics tell us. Family affairs finances and dates come next. It is quite evident why ...

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

Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN Friday April 12 1940 THE PLAGIARIST THE FISH POND THE COLLEGIAN Uttered ut the Punt OUice at Brownwood Texas m second class mat) Member Associated CoHe6iate Press Nitlonal'AdveitiiSni Service Inc ... . .. . . College Publitbtrt RtprtMHtdtht D.str.butorol 420 Madison Av. Niw York. N. V. CXmGPSlQlG DlrtGSl CNICAOd DOitO LOI ANBI1M 1AR FtMCIICO Editor-in-Chief . Beatrice Dumas Associate Editor Wilbur Roberta Sport Editor George McBrayer Assistant Sports Editor Chas. Gardner Buelneae Manager Philip Shaw Circulation - Lee Kunltz Sponsor - Mrs. H. Post W right "Senior 1944" and experiences unthought of. Not only personal history is unfolded through the years but also the history of a nation. Something may happen next year which may change the whole trend of your life ; it may be something which affects you alone or it may be something affecting every person in America as war. It has been predicted by substantial theories that America will soon be drawn into the presen...

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

Friday April 12 1940 THE COLLEGIAN Page 3 BILLIE SPORTS wWh "- WVVW CLIPBOARD Prom The "Who's got anything better ager Joe McCarthy of the New York Yankees last week. And when Mr. McCarthy blithely asked that question he was most definitely not expecting an answer. For despite the rumblings of Joe Cronin manager of the Boston lied Sox who are rated as the best bet to upset the Yanks this year Mr. McCarthy expressed the opinion of most of the baseball ians in we country just wno has got anything better than the Yankees? oston undoubtedly has just as good hitters as the Yankees have and some rate the Red Sox even more powerful. Cronin has tight- ened up his Infield this year and the boys are playing better base- ball. Granting that the teams are even in the above respects al- though the smooth playing New Yorkers probably have an edge in fielding the whole question boils down to the relative merits of the pltohing eaoh team will get. And here the Yankees must be rated at the top even ...

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

Pagt4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday April 12 1940 Men Women Voice Opinions of Other The Kentucky Kernel obligingly prints both sides of the question so: 4g LADIES LISTEN TO THE MjERE MALE "There are innumerable reasons why men don't like women's clothes. There is in fact nothing right about them. After a long and painstaking survey of male opinion we have located some of the more glaring and easily cor- rective faults and are prepared to place them before the female public. Section 1 The Ne Plus Ultras. Included in this section are all types of odd-looking hats adorned by bunches of grapes futile feath- ers and in the most horrible night- marish shapes. Also corsets are taboo. They are unfair and mis- leading and they can't be worn under bathing suits. Also orchids are "out." Section 2 Fluff and ruffles. Floppy hats are generally derided as deceptive. Swish frill and fur- below in general are considered unnecessary and somewhat vain. Women should avoid the decked and misty-clouded organdy an...

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

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 19 1940 No. 26 Candidates For Student Offices Are Named From The Bell Tower Tht Daniel laker Prom is only one week off. In order for this affair to be a success every stu- dent on this campus must do all he can to make it so. A success in this case means that the high school seniors for whom the Prom is being given will enjoy them- selves to the fullest and will want to select Daniel Baker as their col- lege because of our friendliness and worthiness. It is not only our pleasure but our duty to see that this Prom is the best that we can make it. We are not to think of ourselves in the matter and the good we will get out of the night's entertainment; we are to concen- trate in making this one of the happiest times in the lives of these seniors and one that they will remember always. The very least you oan do is make your plans now so that you can atte...

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

Pftff t 2 THE COLLEGIAN Friday April 10 140 THE PLAGIARIST THE FISH POND THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mat Member AtPNKatriTCD ron national aovkntisimij ay Associated Colle&ale Press Nationui Advertising Service Inc. DiMributor of A9n ''ArW M""'"" 420 M vki'jon Avr. New York. N.Y. GdIIGPiIQI DlPiGSl CHICAflfc io-.nsn lo Austin SMI MANCItCO Bditor-ln-Chlef - Beatrice Dumas Associate Editor Wilbur Roberts Sports Editor George McBrayer Assistant Sports Editor Chus. Gardner Business Manager Philip Shaw Circulation - Lee Kunltz Sponsor Mrs. H. Post Wright CAA Progresses Steadily into the study of Meterology and this will finish the complete ground school course. To gain time the students are going to have classes in the afternoons at the air port. As soon as the test has been given covering this subject and a short re- view of the complete course the final test will be taken by the students to determine whether they will be qualified for ...

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

Friday April It 1940 THE COLLEGIAN FtsjsS BILLIE SPORTS nm m &immim Awywy niiywww" ii CLIPBOARD Prom Thi Exclusive to The Collegian is this full-color un-retouched photograph of spring sports activities at Daniel Baker College of Brownwood the Heart of Texas where the heroes are the football and basketball heroes and the student body has to like it that way. In the center of the photo are posed the members of Daniel Baker'B boxing team who will fight Joe Louis' sluggers next Monday night in our gym. Three of the eight members of the team were not present when the pho- tograph was taken ... To the left of the boxing team and running with the speed of light are candi- dates for the Daniel Baker's track team preparing for the conference meet to be held in Fort Worth next month . . . competition is keen in this field according to Coach I. E. Ransom athletic di- rector ... at the right Daniel Baker's baseball players are go- ing through a stiff workout ready- ing themselves for their...

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

Psgt4 THE COLLEGIAN Friday April 19 1940 Texan States Pros and Cons On "Should Students Work?" One of the subjects foremost in the minds of educators and stu- dents today is whether students should work while attending col- lege. It always seems to follow that the student most capable of doing the most good at college is the one who has to spend his time and energy working of necessity or because of pure initiative. It has been said that no student should work while in school unless it is absolutely necessary because he will be taking a job away from someone who really needs it and because he can not get as much out of his schooling in the way of grades recreation or social activi- ties. A graduate of the university states that he needed the social contacts which his working pre- vented and he could have also done a better work in school. He says that he has had to learn about his interests in literature music and the various social arts after he finished college. The reg- istrar of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1940

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 26 1940 No. 27 Annual Prom Tonight at 8 O'clock iuuu oeniors From The Bell Tower Tonight it the night when many high school seniors will have the times of their lives if you and you do your part to- ward entertaining them. Go up to them and introduce yourself; find out where they live and in- vite them to Daniel Baker next year. The most effective way you can show your estimation of your Alma Mater is by asking someone else to attend school here. This is your supreme chance of showing your appreciation of Daniel Baker. Do your part to- ward making these seniors feel that Daniel Baker is the friendli- est college in Texas and that our Prom is the nicest affair of its kind they have ever attended! Has your olub yet entered the campus baseball tournament? Our tennis tournament has been suc- cessfully completed and the awards will be made soon. The entra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1940

Pag 2 THE COLLEGIAN Friday April It 1940 THE FISH POND THE PLAGIARIST THE COLLEGIAN nttred at the Poit Offlct at Brownwood Texas m Moond obtst mat) Mtmber ama Phsoctated Colle6iafe Press National Advertising Service Inc. ... . . Collegt PnkU$ktrs RtprtwHdtht D.Mnbuior or 4ao MAOION Avti Nlw y9mK N. y Golle6iciie Didest CHIC" . .ton . io . . .k. Editor-in-Chief - - Bcatrlca Dumaa AMoclaU Editor Wilbur Roberta Sports Editor - - - George McBrayer Assistant Sports Editor Chaa. Gardner Business Manager Philip thaw Circulation - Le Kunita poaaor -.. Mn. H. Poet Wright Diplomacy Fern Style it seemed too wholly out of place. Florence Jaffray Hurst Harriman's appointment to a po- sition of minister to Norway was the object of much of the pessimistic speculation. But her excellent performance in the present Norwegian conflict has spelled invalidity upon this particular criticism of appointing women to diplomatic positions abroad. She not only has risen to the occasion but appears to have rise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1940

Friday April 26 1940 THE COLLEGIAN pts v 4 I Brooke Smith No More Daniel Daniel Baker and Brownwood loit one of Its greatest friends last week by the death of the beloved Brooke Smith 87 year-old civic developer and friend of the Indus- trious. He was a member of the first board of trustees of Daniel Baker College elected by the Presbyterian Synod in 1890 and had served on the board ever since most of the time as secre- tary of the board. He had signed every diploma that has been is- sued by Daniel Baker from the founding of the college to the present time. It was a source of great regret to the seniors gradu- ating this year that his name would not appear on their di- plomas. Classes were dismissed all day Friday in respect to this honored man who had done so much for the college and this community. Flags throughout the vicinity and on the campus were at half mast. Death came as a complete shock to many veteran citizens of this county who had planned on his attendance at the Brown ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1940

THE COLLEGIAN Friday April :: 140 Pagt4 Brookover Theory of Evolution Advanced At Science Session IF SHE'S A FRESHMAN: She wants to marry a football player She thinks a college education leads to things social cul- tural and academical She thinks midnight is very late She reads "What Every Young Girl Should Know" She thinks that things learned in college leave one intelligent. She tells her mother everything She thinks all boys are nice She wears his frat pin exultantly. IF SHE'S A SOPHOMORE: She wants to marry a movie star She thinks a college education leads to things social and cultural She thinks midnight is pretty late She reads "How To Win Friends and Influence People" She thinks that things learned in college leave one fairly in- telligent She tells her roommate every- thing She thinks some boys aren't nice She wears his frat pin hopefully. K ft junior i IF SHE'S A JUNIOR: She wants to marry a capitalist She thinks a college education leads to things social She thinks midnigh...

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

the Collegian Z-722 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volumt XXXIV. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 3 1940 No. 28 Janie Conwag Popular Soph Elected Leader Of Peo Sauad From The Bell Tower The week after the week before Now that the prom is over we have the let-down feeling which always follows weeks of prepara- tion ending in one hilarious night of entertainment. The Prom was definitely a success. The high school seniors who attended de- clared that they had had the best time ever and we feel that our aims along this line were certainly accomplished. But there most al- ways and does come the clean- ing up from such affairs. It gives one such a futile feeling to behold such pretty decorations and then to see the despairing debris in the place of them the next morning. Now the Prom Is over we are rapidly speeding toward the end of the season 1039-40. Freshmen are already acquiring that so- phisticated look of the upper- classmen and are trying to for- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1940

Page 2 THE COLLHUAN Friday May 3 1940 THE FISH POND THE PLAGIARIST THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas aa atcond olaaa mat' Member Associated Colle6lale Press National' AdvertJilnf SeTviceTlnc! TV.. .... .-. f Cnttrtt Publhhrrt Ktprtuntstk D.MnbulOfof 420M....ONAV. NlYMKNY GoIG(SQ(? DlfiGSl CNlCo hu.iud . Lot amun ! rMMIIC Editor-in-Chief .... Baatrtca Dumas Associate Editor Wilbur Roberta Sports Editor - George McBrayer Assistant Sports Editor Chaa. Gardner Business Manager Philip Shaw Circulation -....- - - Lee Kunita Sponsor Mrs. H. Post Wright Foreseen Investments known all the facts about the wars that are now going on abroad. They knew about these things so long ago that they have taken advantage of them by investing in companies here which are most likely to be affected to the good by the sale of war materials. They came to the United States to escape the trials of war abroad and to find jobs in the indus- tries and professions later to gain by the war...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1940

Friday May a 1940 THE COLLEGIAN BILLIE SPORTS 3 't. CLIPBOARD Prom Thi By HIRSCHELL ROGERS A bouquet of orchids and a HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Sammie Mo Lauf biln from the CLIPBOARD and all Its readers. Sammie a promi- nent freshman of 1939 hailing from Early High school was injured January 27 1989 in one of the spring workouts at the Daniel Baker Park. Courageous sportsman that he was has been confined in bed for over a year. But still his spirit is undaunted by this unhappy turn of events. F4V From the bottom of our hearts we wish you Sammie Mo- laughlln the happiest birthday possible. Sammle's courage and undying spirit has been an Inspiration to the student-body and faculty of Daniel laker. Our hearts have been inspired by his ever-present smile. Though In pain and sorely depressed Sammle's smile warms the heart of all with whom he oomes In contact With the opening of the City Softball League comes prog- nostications as to a likely winner arguments as to batter pitchers etc. The six-te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1940

ft 4 TBI COLLEGIAN Friday May 3 1140 Jot Whitley Viawt a Collegian's Broadway NEW YORK CITY May 8 Up at 256 West 69th street there la a group of your actora refugee from Broadway who go about do- ing the best they can for them- selves and the theatre. They disport themselves over a garage and capacity house Is forty people. They have no stage do not need one for they can Imagine. Part of the floor Is cut off from the audience by a curtain that is raised only at the begin- ning and lowered only at the end- ing of the play. Between scenes the actors are their own stage hands and shift scenery while the audience looks on. They are the American Actors Company. They come to serve their Muse from all over the country. They learned their drama in colleges Little Theatres and dramatic schools. They have definite ideas what acting is and what it isn't. They are serious but don't prattle of "art for art's sake." They don't imitate the Broadway actors they do what they do of their own ac- cord...

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