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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 April 1941

The collegian: nVJA V i wnnnNiaB 2bbbbbbbWI.i atnnnnJ snnnnnnnnnr PLbbbW YMliiaBBBBBBBBnnnnnnnnnnnnnB Volume XXXV Easter From 1404 AUSTIN AVE. HERE WE ARE AT AN- oilier time to y good Inc and take off in see the folks and old I lames left at home. This is one of the most welcome holidays by all means. .Eu-iybodv has just about gone his last notch wintei clothes have done the same and (lasses seem to be jreitin haidei exeiyday. So licit' we go off home just like this. BEFORE WE GO ANY fuither with this idea I would like to tell ou just how good that rest last week seemed then it was such (iniet peaceful rest. All things niie. and two blue orchids in the Freshman editor and his staff. They put out a fine issue of this weekly (or weakly) public ation. JUST TO GIVE YOU FEW thoughts about Easter and its siguilirauie these temaiks might be given thanks to the kind assistance of Mis. McDonald the school libiaiiau. Eastei is the duel leslival ol the Chi is- lian yeai (omineinoiatiug the res...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 April 1941

PAGE TWO THE COLLEGIAN Thursday April 10 1941 e aaVBBBv1 sbbbbbbbbm .aasaataV bvbbbbbb. HVW H? aaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr bvbbbbm THE COLLEGIAN Batersd at the Post Office at Brownwood Tsxaa a sseoat elaaa audi matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to eipreee the- unbiased opinion of the itudent body to eitabllah high itandardi of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Intereat and participa- tion In all echool activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and tha administration. GALE COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYBORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Aaaociat Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager IRENE HANSON und PRANCES HAMPTON Circulation STAFF ALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Mltor LILLYBUD DBNMAN Quits Editor Sponsor .. ... . .............. Mrs. Hales Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) ..... .... $1.90 per Year Reporters: Ruth Corder Mary Elizabeth Dyer. Jante Conway Mary McClellaud Doroth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 April 1941

Thursday April 10 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE K & BILLIES Vol. XXXV Fencers Work in Dead Earnest Should you hear n loud clashing of steel around tho Fine Arts Building some Tuesday night do not run for the telephone. It Isn't burglars It's fencers. Mrs. Bailey has been giving In- structions for several weeks. Those students who started at the very first have now pussed the simple footwork and are engaged In cor- relating this with tho "arm" work. Fencing is like Biology In that you iniiBt learn a new language practically. For example Parry in cart ropost and disengage might mean nothing to most people but it certainly results In a lot of ex- ercise when you say It to a fencer. Four of the fencers. Virginia Gregory James Hampton Joe Owen and June Schneider have ordered their foils and masks and are planning to take up the sport in earnest. Mrs. Bailey expects these students to be able by next year to enter the tournament at Fort Worth. If you are curious about the sport which i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 April 1941

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1941

The COLLEGIAN Get Out Your Prom Shoes-Your Best Girl and- Volume XXXV DBC To Be Hosts in Barton Student For 1941-42 Term Id the special election held Fri- day in chapel John Barton was electcfl president of the 1941-42 student body and those to be In the run-off (or vice-president and secretary were chosen. Kink Cawley and "l'inky" Denman will be in the other division. This election for the tlnul oitlcers will be held In cliuuel Monday. These officers are chosen em-h year ueiore the Milium prom lor they are leaders in this activity. The others nominated for this race were llerlie Fallon (or presi- uent; Hugh Ultalon tor vice-president; Jane Hae Lowe and Voiicllle Williams (or secretary. John Uarlon Is a very active liaker student ueiug In the "li" Association a member of the Kiy- Ing billies on the student coun- cil and president of the juulor class. He came to Baker from ban Angelo. Kluk Cawley comes from Co- manche. He is also a member o( the "B" Association the studeut council an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1941

THE COLLEGIAN . i Marti at Um PMt Offiee at Browawood Texas m seeoad elaae mall saauer. mmhSiULSSK Ji ! of Danlsl Baku Collet to express the sdtaSS&i?' SLSlSSffili!.1 S0 t0 MtbUrt h unStrdi of conduct" tfftfWJSSiSnSSS'i'fi ! ncour" tmtsr Interest and prtlolp stassati mUmSm! aamteVsttMoa. promou un' cooperation between the OALJD COLLIER Bditor-la-Chlet OAKLAND RAYBORN Maaag Ing Editor MART DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON -Business Maaagsr IRENE HANSON and PRANCES HAMPTON Circulation STAFF VI "fSS rutw Mitor TrSLlZr! Hl Baiter f r ... ... ..... Mrtt n1a Pott Wrlf kt Saseeriptiea (ItalllBf Ineladed) $1.0 per Taa? Reporters: Ruth Corder Mary Elisabeth Dyer Janlo Conway. Mary McClelland Dorothy Rom. lNfMlQtf Associated 6te Press NidoMl A4wtktaf Swriw be Dlwliwterof I Olkm HIMm MrtmHrtim r m -i tN! aao maoioom av. HtwvomtH.r. TntBQoC Pl06St 'A "" ' " ' m ' ""'" SSBBBMSBSMBMBBSMMBHBBMaBMSSnBBBMBB Editorial The Colkgtan 1961 A. D. It is quite now this early in the morning. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1941

YOUR DIAL j BOB MAMMON all Ether The Ctltafflaa. Dorthy Kllgallen young Broad way columnist ia broadcasting her "Voice of Broadway" over CBS Saturday morning at 11:30 (1ST). Acclaimed the "modern Nel- lie Bly" Miss Kllgallen took off on the dirigible Hlndenburg from Lakehurat N. J. on the night of September 30 1936 with two New York newspaper men In a race round the globe with the use of very means of commercial tran- RADIO- BEAUTY "i-O WhM Peggy Knudsea graiaat- 4 free a Middle Western aaleh tag eeheel Isst year she ieeMei a tui aetlaf carter laateai af UA. LuC fell she made her nil total aai aaw performs reg- ularly la "Woman in White." feMMCMt ewer the Columbia reajeattiHg System from Its Chieage atadiee. Peggy m awe ef tat yaaar actresses wha have five CalamhkVa Chicago studio Ihoir repatatlea for. feminise haeaty. Make The BOWIE SWEET SHOP Yobt Headquarters For Good Eats Ml E. Lee ICE CREAM COLD DRINKS THICK MALTS SANDWICHES EATON'S DRIVE-IN SANDWICH SHOP At the Y" Let us serve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1941

PAGE FOUR THE COLLEGIAN BMMtMjTy ApfH M 1M1 THE PLAGIARIST m year we'll be married." 8he: "Never mind the future- how about the present?" Wnxa Beacon. What a roller Young bride: "Now dear what will I get If I cook a dinner like that every day?" Hubby: "My Insurance!" Huu-coan. name?" wife): "Jedgo ef you knowed Prisoner: "No Just my pen dnt woman Ink Ah docs you' name." The Hyphen. wouldn't call mo no deserter. Ah's a refugee." The Pathfinder. Ono Among Many Rnstuts (after being reprimand- And the rest was censored .... ed by the judge for deserting his Aw huw! Prof. H. Wellington Stewart er- ganlst at St. Lawrence university recently was stung on the (lager by a wasp during a radio concert. But the show went on without Interruption. Salaries represent $1936600 of the $2647000 two-year budget at West Vlrlglnla university. A class la aorsebaek riding bat been organised at furaam uni- versity. Wm. D. KlaMll Jr. MMrigM university senior wen 9100 Art prise In aa airport deslfa cattail c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1941

Saturday April 26 1941 THE COLLEGIAN PAGE FIVE SjP rrr r r r w r LYLE CHAMBERS and LOU WREN were making it all right there for a while weren't they? Arc thev Mill? YVONNE. THOMPSON and TRAVIS BURNETT can't wait 'til June comes so they're going into matiimonial partnership now. Is EARLEEN MORRIS real- ly in love? Look out Earlecn we've heard that it was the real thing eveiy year since you've bci-n in D. R. ALMA TALLEY is one of the prettiest and most congeni- al girls in school. And docs she rate the dates! A different one always every night! What's this about CASKEY'S bootlegging business; and Cas kev what makes vour eyes so big? ANE RAF whcie arc your "little bitty" ox? Add good dancers: CHIG KING and DALE BAGLEY. DOROTHY COKER and "TOOL" McGUIRE made a pleasing contrast dancing at the State Park last Monday night. We missed all the "steadies" at the picnic. VIRGINIA LYLE knows how to pick 'cm. She's got a Robert Taylor new but there's no chance for you girls. EMMA MAXWELL and BOBB...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 April 1941

Society The Collegian PAGE SIX D. B. C. Collegiates Spend Day with Mother Nature Say but uren't we gtud Snm Houston's band of brave rlprour- ln' flghtln' Tcxnns mopped up on Santa Anna's men wuy back yon- der on April 21 183G; 'cause If It hadn't Dancll Baker (Undents couldn't hnve been free from classes lat Monduy April 21 to have Hthrown that big picnic ut the old dam. By 0: 15 o'clock the majority of the student body and faculty members had reached the picnic grounds. They were Ideal wide open green spaces sprinkled am- ply with shude trees. Near by runs the Bayou Hiver. Some spent the morning and af- ternoon playing IuihoIiuII. Mr. Blair was an active participant there. Mrs. lleese held the at- tention of more tbuu a few by the fortunes she told with the mys- terious dec kof enrds she pucks. Many lolled around on the mound in true picnic style. Music tarnied forth from that timely Invention the buttery rudlo. There was even one Bwimmer in the crowd Hill Achor braved the wuters o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1941

The COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER "A CHRISTIAN SCHOOL WITH A CHRISTIAN PROGRAM" Volume XXXV D B C Prom and Dance Top Hart and Chandler Honored In Founders Dr. Thomas H. Hart. Dr. B. E. Chandler and the wives of these two great educators were honored In chapel Friday morning In the Founders' Day program presented by the library club In stressing the part taken by the faculty In the building of the school. A book of letters of congratula- tions and appreciation of the mar- velous work of these men from ex- students friends faculty members High Points of Meet Given SCA Jow Shaw led the weekly Wor- ship Hour p- the 8. C. Jl. last Tuesday evening. 'High points of speeches sheMieard' while at Spring Training Conference. for ' Student Christians In Dallas 'Apr.il 18 19 were given by Ola. Fay e Trammel one of the- two delegates from Daniel Baker who. attended the meeting. Mary 'Elisabeth Everltt also attended and was made 'a member of the 'council of this area. Dr. Herbert King well known . negro ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1941

THE COLLEGIAN latartd at the Pott Office at Brownwood Tuu aa second olaaa matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Uaker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportHmanshlp to encourugu greater Interest and partlclpa tlon In all school activities and to promotu stronger cooperation between the studints and the administration. OALB COLLIER EdItor-ln-Chlef OAKLAND RAYUOKN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor BOB HARRISON Business Manager IRENE HANSON and FRANCES HAMPTON Circulation STAFF SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYBUD DENMAN Quit! Editor Sponsor Mre. Helen Poit Wright Subscription (Mailing included) $1.00 per Year Reporters: Ruth Colder Mary Elizabeth Dyer Janlo Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Ross. Member Phsockfed Gblleaiate Press Distributor of i CblleeiateDidest Editorial The Collegian As The College Man Sees The War H WILLARl) THORP 1'iolcv.or ol ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1941

YOUR DIAL J BOB HARBISON Beatrice Kay. soubrcttc star of CBS's "Gay Nineties Revue" program reaches another high spot in her tatcer when site begins an engagement at New York's Paramount Theater on May 21. This is unusual because Miss Kay is to appear as a singcr-and by her bwn admission she cannot singl "It'a Just a raspy voice" she In- lists good-naturedly. "I once tried to sing for several weeks while bothered by a sore throat. The re- sult was a rasp which I was un- able to control. I went to a phy- sician who had treated Cissy Lof- tus when she lost her voice. "It was decided there was a sort of vocal cord thickening. By continuing to sing I discovered my new voice was more popular than the old. "I couldn't control the break In my voice at first but kept prac- ticing. Eventually I gained full command of every apparently false note. What for a while appeared to be a tremendous handicap turned out to be a money-maker." WANTEDS LOCK OF HAIR A frenzied New York University student n...

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

Society The Collegian HELEN P1TTMAN Society Editor PAGE SIX Variety Keynote at Delta Beta Social Tuesday Night On Tuesday night April 29 Mrs. FleJds .Harris entertained members of the Delta Beta Society nnd a group of friends at her home 1705 Tenth. Games consisting of domi- noes cards chess roulette chlnker chess and checkers was entertain- ment for some; while on the large creened-ln front porch others en- Joyed dancing to a large variety of records. Guests made frequent trips to the dining room where they found po- tato chips cookies punch and n variety of sandwiches. Those attending were: Charles ''Gardner Bobby Whlsenant Dale Bagley Jean Wilson Ed Cearnal Marjorle Trlplett Bob Fan-is Frances Hampton Paul Gregory Margaret Buchanan Raymond Gill Emma Maxwell Joe Beckham Vir- ginia Lacy Pat Valllant June Ba- ker Ready Caakey June Brownd Pat Akey Bettle Morris Joe Owen Pat Noble Lee Kunitz Juanlta Rochester Joe McSpadden Doro- thy Ross Percy Owen Marjorle Conway Qulllon Hutton Doris...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 May 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 SATURDAY MAY 10 1941 No. 29 From 1404 Austin Ave. Oh my here In another one of those weeks. You know thoso "everything happened last week" weeks. And sure enough a whole lot did happen around this old hill last week. The prom the dance und all the preparations and cleanups Immediately preceed- Ing and following took up about nine days of last week. (Of course thore aren't nine days In any week but you don't know those Duller students). Talk about working for the Alma Muter; aay did you notice that bunch in the gymn day and night? Mrs. Woodward certainly deserves a big ote of thanks she took her clauses over to help for several days and even came back to clean up the mess afterward. We heard a certain young man remark that his U. A. C. (one and only) work- ed too ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 May 1941

THE COLLEGIAN ICatered at the l'ost Offlco ut Urownwood Texas as second class mall matter. Published weekly by tho students of Onnkl linker College to express tho unbiased opinion of the student body to cHtuhllch high MumlnwtM of conduct cholurshlp nnd tpoitHinaiixlilii to uncuumgu greater Interest mid lutrliuipu- tlon In nil school ncllWUcs nnd to prutuulu stliiugcr coupul-ulluii between the students nnd the ndtnlulKtinllon. GALE COLL1EK Editor-in-Chief OAKLAND ItAYDOltN Managing Editor MAIIY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor DOB llAItHISON Business Manager 1HENE HANSON and FUANCKS HAMPTON Circulation STAFF SALLY MEYERS - Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS Special Editor LILLYUUD OENMAN Qulzz Editor HELEN PITTMAN .. Society Kdl or Sponsor Mrs. Holen Post Wright Subscription (Mailing Included) $1.00 per Year Reporters: Ruth Carder Mary Elizabeth Dyer Janie Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Kosb Nfrtnbcr N I r-. MMtMNTtO ro NATIONAL ADVCnNHIJlO Ur Rssocoed Collofcicile Press National Advertising ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 May 1941

2p? -V "4 ' f f. s. Mi Society The Collegian HELEN P1TTMAN Society Editor PAGE THREE Blair Elected to Be 1941-42 President of S.O.S. Society Doris Blair was elected presi- dent of the S.S.S Society for the next year at the annual banquet for the members and former mem- bers held last Wednesday night in the Blue Room at Hotel Brown- wood. The theme of the banquet was "School Days" and this theme was charmingly carried out In the fav- ors and decorations. The "T"- shaped table was centered by- a little red school house flanked by flowers and a rock walk. On top of the school house was a bell tower In which tinkled a small bell all this having marked re- semblance to the D. B. C. bell tower. Patricia Noble president ot the society acted as toast mistress and gave the Invocation. The mood of the theme was establish- ed by the energetic singing ot the song "School Days." This was followed by a toast to the seniors by Vliginia Qregory and the reply by Huzel Lewis a senior and vice preside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 May 1941

I .. ?t Amusements The Collegian PAGE FOUK SATURDAY MAY 10 1941 YOUR DIAL Br BOB HABBNOir RADIO BRIEFS Donald Woods heard as Dr. Leslie Carter In CBS's "Those We Love" program worked as n switchboard operator to help pay his tuition at the University of California . . . Fred Allen hns written the Introduction to a new book by Allen Smith New York World-Telegram humorist. The book Is titled "Low Man on a Totem Pole." Fred Introduce! the author as "the scrcwbull't Boswell." . . . Lou Ui-Iiik. inntcs- tro for the CBS Al Pcarcc show studied to be a dentist . . . Pro- fessor seems to be wring In for radio In a big way. Every Iteycr. director of Nursery School Sa- rah Lawrence College spoke on "Picture of Judy a Four-Year-Old Personality" over CBS April 30; N. Y. H's director of music Philip James chose "American Music in Transition" when he spoko on Co- lumbia's "American In Transition" April 29 and Dr. Howard Sim ploy director of Harvard College Oli- servutory told about his latest meas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 May 1941

The COLLEGIAN. This Issue- And Then the One More Fire Works ttr Volume XXXV Spring Sports ForSWTCSchools The advisability of spring foot- ball training and spring sports were the topics of discussion at a meeting held at Howard Pnync College In this city last Monday. The eight colleges and universities Included In the Southwest Texas Football Conference each were rep- resented. The eight colleges arc: Austin College Sherman; Texan Wesleyan College Fort Worth; McMurray College Abilene; Abi- lene Christian College Abilene; Southwestern University (Jeorge- town; Trinity L'nlverrlty Wuxu- hachle; Howard Payne College Brownwood; and Daniel Linker College Brownwood. It was decided that spring foot- ball practice would be abolished In favor of spring sports which in- clude golf tennis and track. Plans were made for intercollegi- ate conference truck and other ports meets to be held each spring. Competition between col- leges In non-conference tourneyt was discussed and especially urg- ed.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 May 1941

THE COLLEGIAN Entered at the Poet Office at Brownwood Tezu m second claae mall matter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel tlaker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion In nil school uctlvltlcs and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. OALB COLLIER Editor-in-Chief GARLAND RAYDORN Managing Editor MARY DEAN UNDERWOOD Associate Editor DOB HARRISON Business Manager IRENE HANSON tuid FRANCES HAMPTON Circulation STAFF SALLY MEYERS . ........................ Feature Editor HAZEL LEWIS .. Special Editor LILLYUUD DENMAN . Qulsi Editor HELEN 1'ITTAIAN Society Editor Sponsor .. Mrs. Helen Pott Wright Subscription (Mailing included) . . .. .... $1.00 per Year Rcportcis: Ruth Corilor Mary Elizabeth Dyer Janle Conway Mary McClelland Dorothy Ross. Mttnbtr rv . - ' r StfSSSSMTIO FOB NATIONAL ADVIMIIOINa Rsjoaaled Co...

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