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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 March 1942

SATURDAY MARCH 7 1942 tAUti THREE What to Do in Case of Gas Another helpful hint if Brown- wood Is ever attacked. There are two classes of warfare gases. They are Preslstent Oases the kind that remains In the gassed are n for long time and the Non-Pcrslstcnt Oases the kind that hooii blows away. Special precautions must bo taken In the defense against per- sistent gases which sometimes linger In the area for as long as two or three weeks. The following instructions will teach you gas defense if you will study them carefully. Do Not Buy Oas Masks From World War No. 1. They Are Use- less. Modern masks however arc positive In their protection. Your government will furnish gas masks If they are needed. Stay uwiiy from places covered with persistent gases until someone in authority tells you they have been made safe. In the event of a gas attack stay away from woods or bushy areas. Stay out of low places such as ditches or stormhouscs. Oases are heavier than air and will flow Into such p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 7 March 1942

PAGE FOUR YOUR DIAL B? BILLY POPE Here we are again guys an' gala comln at you from the ol "Dog Home" orer the D.B.C. net- work. Thli week we're going to give you-all aome dope on your favor- ite orcheatrai. Here we go at you ao waah your facea and grab the lowest chandelier; hang your panta on your boota and all of you that can't awlm run for high ground for 'tis 2 a.m. Thursday morning and the Ferdinand Is splashing merrily and ditto for the majority of the staff in this magnificent office which at present marks the proposed site of the McClelland Library. Kay (Corn) Kyser is now send- ing up distress flares and ...---. . . (SOS) by the acores for aome- one to take Qlnny Slmma' place for Olnny ia now under a long term contract with RKO. Bob Chester is one of those few awing musicians who gets inspi- ration for hla music. The novel thing about Bob la that not only does he get inspiration for hla music but be gets it in church. One Sunday while in church Bob waa thrilled by the melo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 March 1942

For Victory The COLLEGIA Buy UNITED STATU DEFINM BONDS STAMPS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOQD TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 21 1942 No. 15 FOIl VICTORY Buy mm mm hunk BONDS STAMPS m Growls From the Doghouse By GEORGE GRAY Once upon a time there was a revolution In the United States and one of the things that George Washington Patrick Henry and many others fought (or was free- dom of the press. 1UY DtPINSS lONOt AND STAMPS Enough of that dribble. Several things have happened on the cam- pus since we last came off the press. The landscaping has slid neatly underway Trackmen have begun to appear the tennis courts have been more than occupied new additions have been made to the library the Downbeats reap- peared on KBWD and since Spring has blossomed out with Its new foliage the Lads and Lassies of the campus have begun to show a new Interest in each other. All of these things will be found else- where in this Issue I hope so I won't...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 March 1942

PAGE TWO SATURDAY MARCH 21 1942 The COLLEGIA BnttMd at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas aa aecond class mail Butter. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Maker College to express the unblasd opinion of tho student body to establish hlRh standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and partlolpac tlon In all school activities and to promote utronucr cooperation between the students and the administration. EDITOR BUSINESS MANAQER. Editorial Writers. Special War Correspondent. Feature Writers Sports Writer Joke Editor Quls Editor. Exchange Editor Reporters. Radio Editor Photographer Mall Clerk Faculty Advisor. Copy Boy Subscription (Mailing Included) Member Phsocicrled Gollefjiate Press Distributor of College Di6est EDITORIALS "Do You Care?" A good defense is the basis for a good offense. Our defense is developing but all too .slowly into a good hard hitting offense. Loyal American ciliens do not oppose buying of United States Defense Savings...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 March 1942

SATURDAY MARCH 21 Civilian Defense EmblemsAdopted Note: Emblems have been adopted by various active branches of the Office of Civilian Defense to bo worn by workers In different units. These emblems will be pictured and explained In a series of eight articles one of which follows: Designates members of the auxiliary police force who are armed and empowered to aid the regular police. They enforce emergency restrictions guard docks aid In the direction of traffic prevent the looting of M 'A SPECIAL MlftHTilGHT CAKE WAS THE FEATURED DISH FOR THIS HOLIDAY WHICH USHERED IN THE CARNIVAL SEASON. ONE SINGLE BEAN WAS BAKED IN THE CAKE THE CAKE WAS CUT AND SERVED AND THE PERSON RECEIVING THE PIECE WITH THE BEAN WAS MADE KING OR QUEEN OF THE CARNI VAL. n flfl DISHES WERE FREQUENTLY WASHED RIGHT AT THE TABLE IN THE 17 CENTURY. 11 rt wzrrv V "l-- n vwfit. famous GoimmtTs of historv ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON ONCE SAID: "MANY'S THE LONG-NIGHT lllie MIFIUCM UfMJ 1 IVt VIMHI'ltUnCtSt TOASTEJWipSTLY. r ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 March 1942

PAGE FOUR SATURDAY MARCH 21 1942 YOUR DIAL By BILLY POPE Here wo are again guys an' gnls with another week-end very weak starring us In the bare tace which Is probably hanging out. So as usual we'll start out with some dope on your favorite or chestras so hold what you've got an' grab (or more (especially It you have a blond). Alvino Roy was latoley awarded the title of Honorary Texas Rang er. The cause of all this was one recording of the ever popular "Deep In The Heart of Texas" which was Incldently first on the "Hit Parade" last week and this week both. Every time Tommy Dorsey plays at the Paramount Theater in New York the first two rows of the theater are filled with deadhead occupants spectators who pay only one admission but stay to see every show from the first to the last. Yes the managers of the Paramount know it but they wouldn't dare attempt to dislodge these squatters for they are the good-luck charms of both Dorsey and the theatre. Elmer Albrecht ex-embalmer who compose...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1942

FOR VICTORY Buy INITID STATU DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS For Victory Buy Tke COLLEGIAN UNITED STATES DEFENSE FENSE JK- MPS BONDS STAMPS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 28 1942 No. 16 Stringent Measures for Class and Chapel Growls From the Doghouse By K1TTH THOMASON The next time that I dtp a coin to rco whether I -write tills column or not with our new editor some- one please slip me one of thoso two headed coins that I got jlppcd on ho many times. Mnybc that Is what he used In the first place. Remind me to look Into the mat- ter. If that thoiiRht is true well we will be hunting again for some- one to take over this weekly bull. I keep telling them that to write a column one must have brains or something to back the idea up. I feel better not that I remember that George once wrote this. Ho said that all ho did was to sit down and write what he was thinking at the moment. That my friends might not go so well...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1942

PAGE TWO SATURDAY MARCH 28 1942 The COLLEGIA Blared at the Post Office at Urownwood Texas; second class Mall matter. Pukllifced Wtexly by the students of Daniel Unkcr UuIIcrc to l'Xiilsm tlio anslae opinion of thi tudent body to eatublUh high standards of conduct scholarship and iportumannhlp to encournge greater Interest nnd tuirtlclpn Ilea la all school activities and to promoto stronger cooperation between the atuctnta and the admlnlitratlon. EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER. editorial Wrltera. Spaclal War Correspondent. Feature Wrltera porU WrlUr Joke Editor. Quit Editor . Bxohanga Editor Reverters. Radio Editor Photographer Mall Cltrk Faculty Advisor- Copy Boy... Sabscrlptlon (Mailing included) Member Associated Colleefole Press Dittributor of CbUG6iateDi6est EDITORIALS What Is Your Opinion? By DUCKY DAVIS In case the Daniel Baker students liae not been leading the Dallas Morning News and other leading Texas newspaper I want to call to your attention the unusual editorial1) which have b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1942

SATURDAY MARCH 28 1942 PAGft HKKfc INQUIRING fly MARY ELIZABETH EVERITT' Question : "What do you think would help the Collegian 8Uff? THBLMA BURNHAM: Clear out the ones who are not members of the staff. JOB BECKHAM: Do you really want to know? They're all right. As Seen By GEORGE GRAY Why I'm doing this I really don't know unless Us due to the simple fact that knowing how the editor feels on Thursday morning just before the deadline and there has been such a little amount of copy turned In. And Oh Brother! 1 1! What a Feeling. Perhaps you're wondering Just why I chose the name that I chose for this column. My friends and fellow students If you ever solve that one and the one that concerns what material will go Into here Please enlighten me will you??? First I've seen the beautlfica- tlon of the campus get under way. And unless you should happen to be blind you have see it too. Well aren't you going to do anything about It? After all Its your cam- pus and we should all be happy to se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 March 1942

PAGE FOUR SATURDAY MARCH 28 1942 Lessons in Farming for Co-eds VIVACIOUS YOUR DIAL ASTR f Br BILLY POPE Well guys an' gain here we go on another week but not like before for now we are under n new act-up (speaking of our dual editor that resigned last week). By the way If you all would like a long article on your favorite personalities each week In the place of little odds-'n'-ends about all of 'cm drop over at the ol' dog house an' express your opinions or better still Jimt drop a note in the mall box. (Wc aim to please- any way w'e try n llttlo bit). Well run fer dry land because here we go with dope straight from CBS. CBS weekly half-hour comedy series "That Brewster Boy" has two.colleglanB In its cast. Eddie Firestone Jr. who plays the title role Is a junior at Northwestern and Billy Idleson also halls from the some school. "Amos 'n'Andy" CBS team now starting their fifteenth year prob- ably -had 'the first radio network in existence a 45-Bta'tlon conBt-to-coast "hook-up." Befor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1942

MBBH FOR VICTORY Buy VMITtO mm DttlNSE BONDS STAMPS For Victory. The COLLEGIAN Buy UNITED STATES DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 4 1942 No. 17 w Growls From the Doghouse Br BILLY POPK Well guya an' gals here I come nt you again asking you once more to roll up your pant legs and run for high ground (or we have an- other week behind us and "It" Is flowing freely. So hold what you've got and grab for more (don't you wish you had Betty arable In your arum) because here It comes. First of all I think it would be In order to comment on our campus beuutlflcutlon. With the removal of the liquor bottles and beer cans the whltc-wushlng of the tree trunks and the spading of the flower beds the good old campus Is looking up and blossoming out In accordance with spring. The boys working on the campus beau- tification mo doing a fine job and ut the same time creating new styles of leisure I ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1942

PAGI TWO SATURDAY APRIL 4f 1942 The COLLEGIA atered at the Post Offlee at Brownwood Texas u second class mall matter. Pufellshad weekly by tha atudanta of Daniel Baker Collego to express the unblaad opinion of tha atudent body to establish high itandarda of conduct acaolarahlp and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion la ail aefeool activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the ewdenta and tha administration. 1DITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Editorial WrlUrs. Special War Correipondent. Feature Wrltera SporU Writer ... Joke Editor Quit Editor Exchange Editor Reportera. Photographer Mall Clerk Faculty Advlior. Copy Boy Subscription (Mailing Included) Member Associated CoUefiiaie Press Diitributor of GDile6iaieDi6est EDITORIALS What About Cheating? If someone wcie to call ou a liar and a cheat would ou be angry about it? Of course joti would. You have seen children quarrel and watched them come to blows because .someone called them an ugly name. Yet has it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1942

BILLIES SPORTS i J A Vol. XXXVI Saturday April 4 1942 No. 17 Hill Billie Bull Looks like another athletic year has been completed by Daniel Baker for contrary to our hopes It will be impossible for the Billies to be represented by a track team. Lack of talent Interest and vari- ous other deficiencies has resulted In Coach Stephens announcing that there will be no activity In that department this year. It's too bad for In football the Billies ended up In the cellar then showed over a four-hundred percent increase In standing In the final results of the basketball division. It a pro- portionate Increase could be real- ized In the track team the Baker lads would be way up on the top half of tho percentages. There are various tournaments being started on the campus for the students. A tennis tournament Is under-way and some of the play-off will probably be started by the time this column goes to press. However it will not be too late for anyone who wishes to en- ter If they will Immedia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 April 1942

PAGE FOUR SATURDAY APRIL 4 1942 YOUR DIAL Well guys an gala we'll dis- pense with the bull thla week and get right down to your favorite radio personallltlea. "Dr. Christian" heard every Wednesday 8:30 p.m. EWT or fera a price of $2000 to the writer of the best script for uae on the program. In response to letters from col- lege students wishing to enter the competition Jean Hershott star of CB8 program offers the fol- lowing advice: "Keep up suspense until the very last paragraph. Write about the things and people you know personally. Draw your characterizations from real life and make your characters talk like life situations few scenes fewer sound effects . . these are what count with us." From $50 to $350 will be paid for other Ideas submitted which are found usable. Winner of the grand prize will be announced on the program on June 10. In addition to the role of "Dr. Christian" every script should in- clude the character of "Judy Price" the doctor's secretary- nurse. Judy playe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1942

FOR VICTORY Rim STATU NrllfSI ONDS STAMPS For Victory ... Buy The COLLEGIAN UNITED mm DERNSI BONDS STAMPS w Volume XXXVI Growls From the Doghouse By BILLY POPE Well guys an' gall here I come at you again. Yes I'm a Her I told you laat week that someone else would be writing this drizzle this week but you can't avoid the draft you know. So this week we come at you with a completely screwy edition with the exception of the dirt column our only contribution to mankind. Elsewhere in this edition will be found a poem (some may call it that) which expresses my senti- ments exactly. Said poem will be found under the title of DA dES and has no connection whatsoaver with the droll entitled MEN which was written In response to the poem mentioned prior. To make this drizzle any screw- lor than It is would be an impos- sibility and since we can't even do the possible It would be impos- sible to do the impossible. In this caso since this the Freshman edi- tion is to be as screwy as is pos- sible...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1942

PAGE TWO SATURDAY APRIL 11 lfHu The COLLEGIA aterea at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas m second class mall mattsr. Published wtskly by tht studtnts of Daniel Dakar Colltge to exprsss tha uaklaai opinion of tho student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and participa- tion la all school activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. EDITOR BILL. POPE BUSINESS MANAGER RUTH THOMASON Reportera.............. Ducky Davis Frank Williamson Ann Ellis Virginia Anthony Jean Holloway Qeorgo Gray Editorial Writers George Gray Ducky Davis Special War Correspondent Frank Williamson Typists . Everybody nt the Doghouse Sports Writer - Frank Williamson Anybody not mentioned here Is or will be duly thanked for their assistance. THANK YOU !!!!!!!! Subscription (Mailing included) 11.00 per year aMaaHaHBHaBaaBHaHaaaEaBaaaHaBaBec:ssaaKaiKBaBBB Member MMMMTaa roe national ADveerieiNe ar Riso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1942

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 April 1942

PAGE FOUR SATURDAY APRIL 11 1942 Hill Billie Bull Bf FBANK WILLIAMSON With the war going on all Dan- iel Baker stands a pretty good chance of having aome of the moat outstanding athletes of any col lege. Other colleges stand a better chance of losing more men to the service than Daniel Baker does be- cause Daniel Baker has less men than do the other colleges. And then too we will have John Kim brough with us next year. Since our gym will be air con dltloned by tonight's fire the ath- letes will find It lighter and easier to breath next year even it It does leak a little without any roof. This added ventilation will help our athletes to grow in strength If not in number. Miss Woodward asked me to an- nounce that anyone who wishes to help coach and manage her sev- en ball teams will receive their tuition free. She also wishes me to add that any other girls wish- ing to come out for volley ball TENNIS TOURNAMENT In spite of rainy weather and muddy courts the tennis tourna- ment at Dani...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 April 1942

For Victory FOR VICTORY Buy iNITtO HATES DEFENSE BONDS STAMPS m Volume XXXVI Growls From the Doghouse By HILLY 1'OPK Well guya an' guls another weekly session of Jhu old Dog- house In the endless search for copy drawH ton nml end. and once again we go to press. Ho roll up your punt legs nml run for high land luriuiHu here it comes at you. it lookH like our beefing about a all-student picnic did some good beeatiHc It In scheduled for next Tuesday. After last week's edition the FIhIi have decided to peacefully go back into hibernation for an- other year. The comical part about the whole tiling In that you will probably tlml a blank space on puce four that looks very much like the oue on said page ol the hist issue. Yes we don't have ci ough copy as usual. The cause for all this Is that the stuff with the exception of a very few seems to have evaporated into thin ulr--or something it looks like last week's edition did some good-It at leust inspired Mrs. Wright to puss gum uround to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 April 1942

PAGE TWO SATURDAY APRIL 18 1942 The COLLEGIAH Bafrsd at tin Poit Office at Brownwood fuss as atoond class mall matter. Published weekly by the itudenti of Daniel Baker College to express the unblaad opinion of the etudent body to establish high eUndarda of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage treater Interest and participa- tion In all ichool activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the atudenta and the admlnlitratlon. EDITOR.. DILL POPE BUSINESS MANAGER RUTH THOMASON Ducky Davis Frank Williamson Virginia Gregory Special War Correspondent .Torn Epley Featura Writer I Flunk Williamson reature writers jmiun McClelnild Sportt WrlUr .Tom Epley Joke Editor Mary A. McClelland Quiz Editor Mary E. Everrltt Exchange Editor Joy Shaw June Schelnder niiuirtm BUnn McClelland Reporter! Mary A McClellull(1 Tom Epley Photographer Tom Epley Mall Clerk .Joy Shaw Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Copy Boy Jlmmle Snider Subscription (Mailing included) $1.00 per year Mem...

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