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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1941

TKe COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER "THE FRIENDLIEST COLLEGE IN TEXAS" Volume XXXV First CAA Class Tuesdag Night The Spring C.A.A. Class met for the first time last Tuesday evening In the Science building. Prof. J. B. M. Holloway will again Instruct the ground school work. The ten members of the class decided that Monday Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7:30 to 10:00 would be the most convenient meeting times. The "only" girl In the class Is Ruth Thomason sophomore stu- dent. Others In tho class are: J. N. Taylor Raymond Cawyer J. W. Walker Robert Hall Tull Mc- Gulro L. A. Qrawdon James O. Worrell Lloyd Miller and Tom Epley. As yet none of the students have been up as they do not have a flight Instructor. Mr. Kersey is now In Iowa having his airplane repaired from the damage It re- ceived when he tried to take off after he had made a forced land- ing In a field covered with snow. Mrs. Kersey In trying to find a temporary instructor until Mr. Kersey returns. Everitt Acclaimed Fine Student "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1941

Saturday March 8 1941 PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN JaaveviVr Jfsassmssaf aaaM THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second class natl matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker Collego to cxprcim tho unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high Mandardu of conduct scholarship and Hportsmanahlp to cncournKu greater Inton-st and participa- tion In all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. GALE COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYOORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager MARIAN BYNUM Circulation Manager STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DBNMAN Quiz Editor Sponsor . . Mrs. Helen Post Wrlgbt Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Reporters: Ruth Corder Mary Elizabeth Dyer Janlc Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Ross. Member strstiSNTtD rom NATIONAL AOVSHTHINO ST Mssockfed GoHefiiale Press National Adv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1941

Satiric March 8 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAointm BILLIES Vol. XXXV From Th This week the editor is yelling "help help help hellup" in three different minor keys as loudly as possible. Won't somebody please lie a spoits writer. You may think there is no need for a sorts writer this time of the year but right there is where you make an error. Now is the time for all good colleges to dive into a round of intramural sports. There is nothing quite so rousing for a student body as to have friendly competition among its students. As to the varlons types of sports that can bo Indulged I" there are baseball tennis vollyball basket ball and golf. Did 70a ever soo quite mo many Karnes that call for real skill and experience Jast trait lag to be participated la by the members of various organisations oa the campus. Daniel Baker has students that are representative la all these sports why not Nad oat Jast who In the best of the banchl When these various matches come to pass then Is the time all good p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 March 1941

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN Saturday March 8 1141 Your Dial Br BOB MAMMON Rail latter Tke Collegian. MORE MEN AND BOOKS Because 1000 letters a week have praised It the Columbia Broadcast- Ins System Is Increasing the broadcast time of Its book review program "Of Men and Books" from 15 to 30 minutes. Beginning Saturday March 1 the program heard previously on Saturdays from 12:45 to 1:00 p.m. EST will be on the network from 2:30 to 3:00 p.m. Instead. In announcing the Increased time allotment for the program Sterling Fisher OBS director of Education said that Prof. John T. Frederick of Northwestern University who conducts the pro- gram from Columbia's studios In Chicago now receives more than 1000 letters a week from listen- ers. A large portion of theso asked that the program be given more time on the air. Prof Frederick will continue on the program. So far as Is known this is the only radio network program for which undergrad- uates credit is given to students who attend the studio broa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1941

THe COLLEGIAN J ss i TtJHbbbsbt Volume XXXV S.O.S.SotiehjHas Some Sweet Time "A sweet success" was the S. 0. S. Social Wednesday night In the home of Mrs. Frank Palmer. The main attraction of the even- ing was the candy cooking In the kitchen and the club sweetheart In the parlor. The candy making party was held in place of the regular meet- ing and was in the nature of a "lien putty" excepting for the pres- ence of the above mentioned club Don .liiiiu "Pinky" Duumnii. The Kitchen brigade made un early start on the fudge divinity and peanut brittle. The pal or sit- ters spent the first part of the evening In Hhelllug peanuts uud later in such entertainment us "Tiiilh or Consequences." Mr. Uciimuu was named us the ideal boy filend and the ideal husband and neither answer came from Do- lls lilutr one of the members of the club. After tho revealing of several surprising and unwilling truths those in the living room were In- vited to the dining room where two tables were set with plates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1941

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Saturday March IB 1941 THE COLLEGIAN aterai at the Poit Office at Brownwood Texas aa second olaaa aull matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker Collet to espress the unbiased opinion of the atudent body to establish high ntandardi of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In all school activities and to promoto stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. DALE COLLIER Edltor-ln-Ch'iet GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager MARIAN BYNUM Circulation Manager STAFF ALLY MBYBRS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DBNMAN Quits Editor aoHor Mrs. Helen Poat Wright Subscription (Mailing included) - ... $1.00 per Year Reporters: Ruth Corder Mary Elizabeth Dyer Janie Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Ross. Member k. . m. HNitiinn roil national advmtwins t PjSOCidted Gbte6iale PreJS National Advertising Service Inc. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1941

Saturday March 15 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE Intramural Tennis Attracts Many Students BILLIES Vol. XXXV From Th Hy niRSHGLL With the basketball Benson com- pleted the campus has settled down to a life of rest and study- so the professors hope. Dut not the case of many of the sport- loving fans and participants. With spring comes the annual Collegian Tennis Tournament. Now Is the time of year to dig down In that trunk and bring out your ten- nis racket and balls and begin In real seriousness to practice up on those drives those lobs and that stroke of yours because you will need to be at your best to even stay In the running In tho Intramural tennis tournament. The tournament should reveal lots of new tennis talent that has been dormant for the first five months of this school year. Tho campus should be alive with ten- nis players for the next three or four weeks. This week Is the time to schedule thoso practice matches so as to be able to be in shape when the real test begins on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1941

PAGlFOtm THE COLLEGIAN Saturday March IS 1M1 V Wings Over the Campus (fcerai la a Series) (By Associated Collegiate Press) II Three distinct categories of cor- related ground and flight training couraea were offered under the CAA flight training program dur- ing 1940. These Included: (1) Pilot training courses to qualltfy selected trainees for pilot's cer- tificates of competency (2) In- structor training courses to qual- ify experienced pilots as flight in- structors and (3) Pilot refresher courses enabling already trained pilots holding either active or in- active certificates to brush up on their flying and bring their knowl- edge and technique up to present- day standards. In the pilot training category there were two courses the pri- vate and the secondary both pro- viding a specified minimum num- ber of hours of ground school in- struction and flight Instruction. The private course qualified tho student for a private pilot certi- ficate of competency. This course was In two ph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1941

- Kf'l 'ilici hl . ( i -l1 .ulniiltiX L!n't IHH DANIEL BAKER "A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WITH A CHRISTIAN PROGRAM" t II I .III) III I I'll DANIEL BAKER "THE FRIENDLIEST - COLLEGE IN I ll I ll '?4V. VkSJ I ill In I III liillll ill lUllllllll Ulllll I ill III ll lllll tl liiutfm mf iittlt'il't i Hull nil In In ililn L I Hill ll lltl ll I lid 1 ll I ll I I llll I'M l t III ill ( I I II l llllllli MM ": MM (( 't''. 'TEXAS'' I I Itl III I I ll u. ".'& 1 V..V. III 'till I VV. OFFICIAL PUBUCATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE .." ( l I llll il.li .' " A. ?t' mi COLLMMAN I. hi ft in jit I miIhL e AMI ii . nt i i uiiji'ii "hKyfp ' ' i i iiii . imip i . .1.. ! (iiii iiii . iiii Volume XXXV fiTrusTiN ave. I BBiiiM:ft Wnght Iadi When )oii hcaid the gong' at exauly ):)() I. M. lnu Thins- day Mai ill 20 i)n heard the Tit si sound of spring. Sure enough spring is at last here. Time is hoc for tennis (why not enter the tournament?) golf (provided you can play)i baseball (in case so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1941

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Saturday March 22 1941 gHflPV LKuflsBBBBHsBBr sEessa THE COLLEGIAN Batered at the Pott Office at Brownwood Texae aa second olaaa Ball attar. Published weakly by the students of Daniel Baker Colltie to express the unbiased opinion of the student body to eetabllih high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. DALE COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager IRENE HANSON and PRANCES HAMPTON . Circulation TAFr ALLY M1YBRB Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DBNMAN Quite Editor Sponsor Mra. Helen Pott Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) ... .... $1.00 per Year Reporters: Ruth Corder Mary Elizabeth Dyer Janle Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Ross. Msmbtr I. . . . m . . m. SMWeentS f NATIONAL asvmtmin ST Associ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1941

Saturtay Mtrcfc tt 1M1 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE Tennis Tourney Starts Wednesday March 26 BILLIES Vol XXXV - CUPBOARD FrMiTh By MKICHBLL Today is the last chance you have at entering the Annual Tennis Tournament. If you are at all interested in tennis and plan to enter you should get your name on the registration sheet today. One o'clock is the deadline for entering. If you have already entered you should get your entry fee into Sally Meyers by Wed- nesday at one o'clock. All matches should begin Monday after- noon in the warm-up games. All entrants will play one warm-up game before they begin actual competition in the official tourna- ment. The first game has no bearing on the outcome of the tour- nament. Tali eerier kai ti fwr all sports eaUnilaata m tto CAMpit. Net mu fc the Vt lkfflM ffolig to iKaser tofto Mult tournament tt there will he Met la heth bey's aai rW's di- visions. After the deaMet team? Is ever tkere will ke a a.lxed tea Mes tearaejr wHk a key aai a ffirt m each tea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1941

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN turto JMwch JB..IM1 Precision Flying - - - MILDER ll.t CbOllH . . . BITUR-TASTING U U .! i '""P J" '"IWPWBMMWMMBiBBBBMBIWMMi PW t-g)l'W"t!'l..'w ' . tusa j&wrt y M iiMrr iiMilB -" " --" & " -iix Speeding through the air In his low wing monoplane this Flying Cadet at Randolph Field Texas la one of 410 to complete the basic phase of their flight training at the "West Point of the Air." Take- offs and landings Instrument fly For Girls Only Spring has sprung upon us with its usual sweetness and ability to make us lazy and dreamy. To bo exact It hit us nt exactly six o'clock p.m. March 20 1041. Well maybe It didn't hit you at that precise moment but it is here anyway. Probably the most appropriate JkrLtiiM: fcl&l & ""l"- OA"t si 1Lfii0j& w vwl7m mi &0 ' Mt' 21 A M i 0TjL; v win n nt. ff"".1 v. - i1 w .Lw- 1 M4I HUC WMOH IWCW.C ' .tToffort thai fin craam at tantollonal laving In prieti 11. A1LPUBPOSE CfiEAM I M.vniurpaiMd forcltant i J j w "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1941

The COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER "A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WITH A CHRISTIAN PROGRAM" DANIEL BAKER "THE FRIENDLIEST COLLEGE IN TEXAS" OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXV BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 28 1941 No. 24 Ned Bradley To Play From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. A weak viler from rNliiiiisllnii you understand. Ik pilnlnt; mo- mentum for the Idea ot havltiK a whole wools ahoml with mi work on the weekly Kiizette "is wonder- ful. Those poor poor "FISH" are going to bo given the piivll- edgo of thinking for tlic only time in their first college yeur. Oh liwitenljr rettt and slumber and quiet Biiorcs from some mem- ber of the staff nnd nfter getting this paper out a day early too. This vacation is such it pleasure that the lute-Aprll-Fool's paper could not give ths work worn Idealess (may bo a new word but it fits) more enjoyment. Personally I uni nnlllnu; for Borne new talent and ideas to ap- pear and then the originators will become regular hard working sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1941

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Friday March 28 1941 &199EL? saLBarBlaaaaaaaaaareV tit-riMaWia vL .(geaaBj& wB LBBBaBKBJSjKtvBjaBHBJBahv JBBKr&il& DQGv vkSBaBBBSk JFaTBJf liHraBJUFKaSaJS. m m ITCfflvevVaBlBaiBt P f'FI CtClV "j9999 4 AsaaaaaMSBl rtv$Xlv V'yuBEt&L wliTGn f YM'KmWPHPl CT-Ljp PHT T Cpi Al 1 LILj J LiLiLjKJ Ljy ' Entered at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second claas malt matter. .......... tt : Z . . . 7T . . . TTT. : T" Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourago greater Interest and partlcipa- tlon In all school activities and to promoto stronger cooperation between the students and tho administration. ' GALE COLLIER Edltor-In-Chlef OAKLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor HOB HARRISON Business Manager IRENE HANSON mid FRANCES HAMPTON Circulation STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Edito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1941

Friday March 281141 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE MlA f M 31 BILLIES Vol. XXXV From Th SALLY A surprising amount of D. B. C. students proved their athletic yearings by starting to play tennis and being interested in other forms of cxerttion I mean exercise. Golf matches are belne; anxloas Ijr anticipated bjr sack as lei Ljrle Joe Owen Chip Lowe ant maajr maar others. Then there are those who so in for lighter forma of exercise and want table-tennis matches. These could easily be arranged If desired. Just show the necessary Interest and make the proper amount of noises and a match will be begun. Bat of coarse we hare some ea ergetlcs who prefer to actaallr play or throw oh I yoa kaow what mean nowiing. xes we even arrange bow Hag contests. In fact we're contest-match crazy. Anything from tlddle-de-wink to elephant lifting will be tried. But (just one exemption) SULLIVAN'S S14 Center Ave. Shoes : Hose : Millinery Majestic Barber Shop Across from High School ANDV REAVI8 Prop. Join The Easter Para...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1941

THE COLLEGIAN Friday Mared 28 1141 PAOIPOUB YOUR DIAL (MEET FREDDA aaaaaaaaaHKli BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaVf? BBBBBBBBBBBBVI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs&Vi'i BBBBBBBBBBBBHKi'''fi BBBBBBBBBBBE BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnB .j BBBBBBBalRflOBiH BBBBBBBBBBBBHRE9F4teif SB jam arBTflan bbbbHIP'!;oRbS BBBBB:if0BV BBBBMii:i 'IjGbV BiBiBHBKvlfQaBBJ BBBBISiilHi LLBBBBBBBBEBBiBhBBBH- i A ' naifeOtaaMWM ringing with B avail feud at a college prom MM Blanari Hlmaer summoned S to Now York to Jola his or- hattra. Tnna aha became an im- irtaat singer overnight at the if f atgftatn. Later Predda tmmnm wiin away nac- a arcaaitra and hoard on raw UH Parade". Now she i wtta Jack momm ana iyn reaootra an tne new OTHMV fllnat mwt his otmiv. Board Baadays on Colamala net HARPER'S APPLIANCE STORE All General Electric Home Appliances Your Favorite Magic Chef Gas Range HIE. Baker Phone 254 ' & MULLER HARPER Mgr. M&-'iim Parade "2F Appointment Call Sallie Gene Pilkington Hit Aaetia Phone 1441 By BOB IABBIION laeJ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1941

The Freshmen MENU: FISH IS THE DISH Volume XXXV Tonites From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. The new talent spoken of to hopefully last week by your reg- ular editor has done ItH deed. What few Ideas aud changes (backed by numerous urges) that were made In this issue are unimportant ex- cept for experimentation. If you like them we hope Gale will find It out; Ir you don't like them well what the heck the Freshmen have had their day to bark and Its done done and (I think) well DONE! Individual praise besides ap- preciation for their dependability is duo every Freshmun for the time and work put In on this Is- sue. It can't be said that we cov- ered all the newB of the week nor that every item was emphasized Just right but in a green sort of way a powerful stab was made toward the best. Women's Intultlan Is a fanny thing. Last week something was said about the lakea and bottom- less pits In the dormitory drives. Well before rhe paper went to press men were putting more dirt over drives. Don't know wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1941

PAGE TWO TH1 OOLIJWIAN Friday April 4 mi Freshmen Staff mm BBBV mm jBsFsMeoneDDBMssF THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Pott Office at Brownwood Texas aa secoad elan aall matter. Published weekly by the etudenta of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the atudent body to eatabUih hth atanaarda of conduct scholarship nd aportamanihlp to encourate greater Intereot and participa- tion In all achool actlvltlea and to promote atronger cooperation between tha atudanta and tha admlnutratlon. GARLAND RAYBORN Chief Sucker. MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Poor Shrimp HELEN PITTMAN-Small Fry. DWIOHT BLACK Red Herring. DOROTHY ROSS Catfish. FRANCES HAMPTON THELMA BURNHAM RUTH CORDER "Three Little Flttlea" MARY ALICE McCLELLAND Shark ELLA MAE McCUISTIAN Ftaher JUNE SCHNEIDER Perch JUNE BROWN Pink Salmon MARY ELIZABEETH DYER Carp (oral). BOB HARRISON Winter Flounder Mttnbtr fcisocioted Gotet3iaie Press Ditulbutor of Goterjicfe Digest - Freshman Idea Of Nation United It is easy enough to be loyal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1941

Friday April 4 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE BILLIES SP ORTS Vol. XXXV Friday April 4 1941 CLIPBOARD riMTh- jW .' 'A" X. f'-Ml'S X .Tl No. 25 IJ&Z TOiflC -4 $ By DWIOHT Mow many boys in Daniel Baker play baseball? Why can't we get together some atternoon down at the old football park and try to organise a D.B.C. Baseball club. If there are enough players for a team Mr. Blair has promised to schedule some games for the team. Hugh Trussell will make arrange ments tor suits. Let's talk it up and go Into ac- tion! There's no reason why Daniel Baker can't have a baseball club like we have had in past years. Let's get our spikes gloves and good spirits out of the trunk and go to work. Everyone interested please talk to Mr. Blair and let's start the ball rolling. SCHWARTZ'S EAT SHOP 6ot Feot-Saappy Servlc 10 Atitla WALTON'S STUDIO Ml Flak Avenue Walton's for fine Por- traits Kodak Finishing and Commercial Work EMISON & SON GROCERIES School Supplies Cigarettes Candy SULLIVAN'S S14 C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1941

PAGE FOUR TH! COLLEGIAN Friday April 4 1941 YOUR DIAL Ranter's Car Al Pcnrco heard with Ills Gang on CBS Fridays likes to hunt und flith. Many of his favorite hunting and fishing spots are In Mexico and Northern California far from Pen roe's home In Holly- wood. In order to travel quickly and comfoitobly from his home to his hunting grounds and then have a place to stay on his arrival Pearcc has built a special 'Camp Car." The Al Pearco "Camp Car" re- sembles a trailer mounted on a truck chassis. It can carry all the equipment of n trailer but Is more easily driven over rough country. A special carburetor en- ables the engine to run on high- test butane more economical than gasoline. Large butane tanks give the truck a cruising radius of 1250 miles without refueling. Two Pullman compartments with tnbles offer fine facilities for eat- ing and playing cards. At night these can bo made up into two double bedB. An auxiliary gasoline englno gives tho power for nn electric refrigerator an...

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