The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 1, Ed. 1, Monday, September 22, 1947 Page: 2 of 4
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EDITOR Roger Wooldridgc
Business Manager Frank Nix
Circuls'.ticu Manager Robert Lykins
Society Editor Nelda Sessions
Sports Editor. Ovalee Glover
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Editorial Department Wruy Post
MOLD YfHR FUTURE
Once a vain Father Time is opening Daniel Raker's portals for a
brand-new fall semester. To freshmen it will be a new and perhaps
bewildering experience; it is an interesting idea even before the
semester begins. Of course the uppcrclnssm.cn will have a different
slant on entering their 11)47 clashes; a Utile more mature probably
a little more insight on the procedure of things. They have gone
through the first stages of production into intelligent citizens; nat-
urally they know more.
A philosopher once said "Advice is something that after you get
it you do what you wanted to do in the first place" and yours truly
will not attempt to give advice to freshmen or anyone else. One or
two time-proven facts might be in order however.
In the first place college is a business to students or should be.
And more than ever before the old idea of "business before pleasure"
should be applied by each individual student to himself. If he doesn't
he is hurting only himself. The idea is if you know it all you
shouldn't be going to college. If you don't know it all learn from those
uutholi::cd to teach you.
Secondly college is different from high school in many ways. It's
more adult and you shall be treated and expected to act as an adult.
Whether you make the grade or not depends mostly on you.
Thirdly get interested and keep interested. You will find all the
doors open to anything in which you wish anil are qualified to parti-
cipate. There is a release of all intellectual drives wlu-tehr it be for
science language dramatics music athletics each may help you and
you in turn may help them.
Take school seriously as you will later on take the responsibilities
of lift- sorioufcly. College is your last chance to form the habits
ideas abilities and ambitions that will last to life's end.
Hero is a great-big hello and welcome to the Exes of Daniel Baker
and a sincere wish on our part that they enjoy this visit at the old
Alma Mater the football game the banquet and all. May they return
more often not just for Homecoming but for all our activities. Wo
need their support now as DBC needed it when they were students.
The Exes have been over the road; they have already accomplished
much good. We have yet to achieve; we need their occasional pres-
ence to remind us that we will eventually gain a degree hard earned
yes but it can be done. Things may be a little different now but it
still takes the same age-old element of determination to gain what
our ambitions require.
Our Exes are spread far and wide over the country but still they
come back to support us when we need them. Once again we say
"Welcome Exes welcome always!"
Bell Tower Tales
Ths column consists of general
information gathered from students
throughout the campus. Since this
column is noted neither for its
literary style nor for the accuracy
of facts it should not bo taken too
seriously. In fact some people
have been known to refer to this as
a "Gossip Column." If your name
appears take it in the spirit in
which it is meant and we shall all
laugh together. It's all in fun.
Quite a few familiar faces have
returned to the D.R.C. Campus
this year. The younger of the
Sessions twins is here again with
Pete Tackctt close at hand. Joe
David Moore is still pursuing n
Speech Course and made the state-
ment to the effect that he is
The Senior members of both
Sororities arc busy plotting inia-
tions entertainments and many
miscellaneous matters. No an-
nouncements of pledges have been
From the general to the more
individual news it seems that
Uobbye Newton is losing out with
Charles Wright. Is it true
Wanda? Layman Newton and
Tote Cole seem to be doing all
right for themselves. By the way j
where is that brother of your.'..
Layman? Betty Wise has shown
quite a bit of intercut in Jack
Woods. Some more early combina-
tions are: Patsy Byron and Bobby
Walker; James Edwards and Nel-
da Wiley; Corky 7.J .ins and
Kathryn Booher; Baker Conger
and Coia Lou Lambert; and Dan
Guthrie and Zano Ellet.
BACK THE BAKER
Continued from page 1
nifies victory. Not only victory
I for our athletic teams but victory
tor every student.
Every college has a mascot and
just a part ot the college spirit as
the students is Billie Baker the
D.B.C. billygoat. Surely not the
most intelligent or well-mannered
goat in the world but to us he is
a symbol; a symbol of strength
.and a never-say-die spirit which is
a heritage of the school.
1 The bell our goat the will to win
or lose fighting courageously and
preserve the honor dignity and
traditions of Daniel Baker College
have been established in the
past. Freshmen these are things
you must learn to understand ap-
preciate and preserve.
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One Day Service
For The Finest
and Beautiful Shoes
"AD" BUILDING COGGIN
The "Ad" Building Coggin Hall
has been remodeled during the
summer with classrooms extend-
ing to the third floor and offices
built in what was the typing room
and the Physics Lab. The present
Library is to become classrooms
when the remodelling of the old
Science Building- is completed.
Paint and plaster have made
the old Trail and Collegian offices
into classrooms markedly different
from former times and the old
auditorium has been partitioned
into a hall and a large classroom.
Lighter paint has made the stairs
considerably more. inviting but it
is still a long way up.
T & L Service
The Cleaner For
A Stranger in Town.-D.B.C. Fish
Meet Me At No Special Place..
Where is the Old Man Jack
Wood to Girl Friend
Dreams are a Dime a Dozen.
Hello Beautiful.D.B.C. "Wolves"
You Fell Out of a Star.. Bobby
Lea to Ernell Early
The One That Got Away.. Bob-
Poppa Don't Preach To Me
It's My Lazy Day.. Billy George
and Jack Reeves
There Must Be a Way Daniel
Baker Safe Breaker
Sweet and Lovely Jimmy Nell
My Pretty Blonde William
Speak Low Miss Ullrich
Coffee Time Between Classes
at the Palace.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. "Dub" Dill-
ingham are the parents of a baby
girl Rayma Suzanne who was
born September 1.
Miss Thelma "Squirrel" Burn-
ham who received her B. A. from
Daniel Baker on August 10 is now
teaching in the public schools of
Miss Joann Hnrriss is teaching
shorthand typing and bookkeeping
nt Lometa High School. Joann
received her B. S. from Daniel
Baker on August 18.
Garlan Frix is happy to an-
nounce the arrival of a big baby
friends it's a 1932 maroon Buicl;
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orton and
son Billy vacationed this summer
in Colorado and Canada. Bill will
be enrolled in the seminary in Chi-
cago this fall. Bill was President
of the Student Body last year and
we shall all miss him and his sweet
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellis and son
Douglas are now living in Louis-
ana. Mrs. Ellis who was a mem-
ber of the faculty last year in
charge of the Speech Department
is teaching speech at Lousiana
State University and is also doing
work on her doctors degree. Mr.
Ellis is working on his master's
Mrs. Jaunita Lawson is attending
Louisana State University this fall
and doing work on her master's
From the Speech Department
One of the new personalities to
be seen on the campus of Daniel
Bnken has at first glance a mis-
leading appearance She has the
youth and vitality of an uppcr-
classmnn but she is not a student
at all she is the Speech Depart-
ment's new boss Miss Ullrich. So
sorry fclla! Any of you with co-
ed eyes out I hope you don't get
them tangled trying to keep them
off Miss Ullrich.
Sincerely" we extend a most
hearty welcome to our now speech
teacher. We offer to her and the
Speech Department our fullest co-
operation and hope that her stay
with DBC will be long and pleas-
ant. Miss Ullrich has not yet mapped
out a definite road for the depart-
ment to follow. She plans to have
as a minimum two major pro-
ductions a year. She hopes to en-'
large and improve the department
over a period of time eventually
making it one of the school's larg-
est. The courses now offered in
speech range from Fundamentals
(311) to Composition and Delivery
(355) with others offered in the
spring semester. As the depart-
ment is enlarged more courses
will be offered to accomodate
speech majors and minors.
Extra-curricular activities at pro-
sent exist only in last year's Var-
sity Players students who are vet-
erans of several plays.
'SMMMJ f phone
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Welcome to Brownwood
Open 0:00 A.M. till 9:00 P.M.
Schwartz Eat Shop
910 Austin Ave.
Lady Cooks Only Where Friends Meet and Eat
Your Music Headquarters
Records Sheet Music
Band and String Instruments
KING MUSIC COMPANY
RENFRO REXALL DRUGS
4 STORES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
Complete Service for Students
MAKE RENFRO'S YOUR STORE
DANIEL BAKER'S Neighborhood Grocery Store
Serving Brownwood With
Quality Meata and Groceries
.. For Over 21 Years
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 1, Ed. 1, Monday, September 22, 1947, newspaper, September 22, 1947; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100300/m1/2/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.