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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 April 1942

SATURDAY APRIL 18 St. Augustine Florida St. Augustine Florldn is tho oldest city In the United States and was founded by the Spanish In liiGS. The old fort still stands on tho cdKo of the city and faces the Atlantic. At one time the town had n wall between It and the fort. Uoneuth tho wall ran a canal. Now n street follows tho path of tho canal and all that is left of the old wall Is tho gateway with Its encloaed nlcho for the guard. The most fascinating way to see the town Is by hiring a surrey driven by an old gray-haired darky wearing a silk top hat and a shabby suit which Is both patched and in need of patching. The horse sports a crocheted hat with points for his ears and the surrey has a gay paper flower tied onto one post and a blanket within as a protection to the traveler from cold or rain. So many points of Interest are shown but only u few cling tenaciously in the visitor's memory. It was In St. AuKtistlno that Ponce de Leon thought lie found the Fountain of Youth. Tho ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 April 1942

PAGE FOUR SATURDAY APRIL 18 1942 YOUR DIAL A comprehensive schedule of favorite music of all the Americas has been arranged for the three quarter hour program by Terlg Tuccl CBS Latin America mualc director. The artists are: Juan Arvlzu Columbia's pioneer troubadour from the southlands; Olga Coelho Brazilian government representa- tive ot Its folkmuslc; Eva Garza Mexico's "Canclonera del Norte"; Charro Oil y Sua Caporales trio of guitarists from Mexico City; Hubert Hendrle baritone; the Four Clubmen choral unit ond the newly augmented Orquesta Pan- amerlcana CBS directed by Al- fredo Antonlnl. CBS ACTOR SPEAKS IN MORE THAN W FOREIGN ACCENTS Nelll O'Malley currently playing the part of a Czech farmer In the daytime serial "Big Sister" has more than twenty different foreign accents and as many variations of American and English In his rep- ertoire. An American of Irish de- scent who grew up in Wisconsin he acquired two of his accents by hearing them spoken as a child. Others he added ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 April 1942

RY For Victory... Bmy The COLLEGIA Buy mitpj ITATII MUM MINDS STAMPS WTIO STATtt MRNLt BONDS STAMPS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 25 1942 Volume XXXVI No. 20 F ppv Growls Prom the Doghouse By RUTH THOMASON After a week's vacation from this "Rag" here I am again to scream at you. Some people might call spending a week In the Den- tist's chair a vacation but It Isn't my Idea of a pleasant one. Any- how I really am glad to be sitting up among the chosen few again. The All-Student picnic was a real success. All you students that didn't attend really missed a fine outing. We need more of such get- togethers to keep up the good moral of the Hill Bllles. I ate enough to last an average person two days and was still hungry. It wasn't because there wasn't enough food not by all means it was the fresh air ride I took In Oooch's Model T.' There Is nothing like a few down-pours of rain to give one an appetite. Dr. Reese ev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 April 1942

PAGE TWO SATURDAY APRIL 25 1942 TKe COLLEGIAN. Mere at the Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second class mall matUr. Published weekly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the NmfcUta opinion of the atudent body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship and sportsmanship to encourage greater Interest and partlolpa- tlM ta all school activities and to promote atronger cooperation between the tudeata and the administration. IDITOR BILL POPE BUSINESS MANAGER RUTH THOMASON 1 Ducky Davis Frank Williamson Virginia Gregory Sptclal War Correspondent Tom Eploy iteatiir WrHnr. 1 Fank Williamson Feature Writorg umm McCiciiand Sports Writer .Tom Epley Joke Hditor -Mary A. McClelland Quit Editor Mary E. Everrltt Exchange Editor Joy Shaw f Juno Schelndcr Reporters. Photographer Mail Clerk Faculty Advisor. Copy Boy... Subscription (Mailing Included) Member tossocicrted GbUe6kite Press Distributer of Cblte6iate Digest :; EDITORIALS BUY NOW ! ! If American aimics decided to "p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 April 1942

SATURDAY APRIL 25 1942 PAUJt THRBB Around the Campuses The senior class of the Univer- sity of Wisconsin Is planning early for Its class reunion in 19S2. To finance the get-together almost l&OO fro mthe class treasury Is going to bo Invested In United States Defense Savings Bonds for ten years. And a smart Investment It Is too because $487.60 loaned to the Treasury now will bring a profit of $102.50 when Uncle Sam redeems the bonds In 1952. At the same time the government will be able to buy 23000 .45 caliber cartridges with the class funds. Uncle Sam's Treasury Depart- ment Is playing florist to the fra- ternity men of Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity who have decided to give corsages made of Defense Stamps Instead of flowers for formal dances. The ten cents red Stamp they've found goes well with the girls' white black gray and blue gowns; the green twenty-five cents Btamp Is fitting with the co- ed'H yellow white or red formal; the $1.00 gray stamp corsage is suitable with a gown of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 April 1942

PAGE FOUR YOUR DIAL dward R. Murrow widely re- spited as one of radio's most authorltatlre foreign correspond eats begins a series of weekly news analyses from London on Sunday April 26. His direct re- ports from the British capital are to become the Summer replace meat for the "Sliver Theater" ra- dio dramas from Hollywood. (WABC-CBS Sundays 6:00 to 6:15 p.m. BWT). Murrow has been chief of the OB8 European news staff since 1937. He returned to the United States last November for his first vacation here since 1939 but leaves for London again In a few days. An outstanding reporter Mur- row captured the attention of American listeners with his bril- liant word pictures of that British sector of the World War II front where momentous news comes In swift succession. In 1940 he won the Overseas Press Club's first award for the best radio foreign news coverage and his book "This Is London" is highly regarded. Murrow knows the British scene thoroughly and lists among his friends there many...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 May 1942

For Victory The COLLEGIAN t Buy UNITED STATES DOTNH BONDS STAMPS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 9 1942 No. 21 FOR VICTORY Buy initio mm mfinii BONDS STAMPS w m V Jli. Growls From the Doghouse By HILLY 1'OPK Well guys un' gals lierc I conic nt you again uftcr a little extrav- aganza over this undivided "ull-out-for-war" nation. I say undivid- ed but we may have to fight the civil war over at any time for when I returned tills Thursday afternoon I found the one and only Doghouse looking as if it had Just undergone a cyclone. If It has I wish that cyclone would bring the copy back (If there ever was any copy). Mr. Epley interrupts at this time with a succulent "Nuts." Nuts or no nuts it takes copy to put out most papers. I will admit that this rag could be omitted for we never have any copy and this can hardly be called a paper we do good to call it a rag. Upon my return I naturally In- quired as to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 May 1942

PAG1 TWO SATURDAY MAY 9 1942 The COLLEGIA atere at Uit Post Office at Brownwood Texas as second daw mall natter. Published WMkly y the students of Daniel Baker College to express the vablaed opinion of tho student body to itabllah high standards of conduct sfeolars&lp and aportamanahlp to encouraga greater Interaat and partlolpa- Uoa la all school activities and to promota atronger cooparatlon batwaan tho atudanta aad tho admlnlattatloa. DITOlt . DILL POPE BUIINESg MANAGER RUTH THOMASON (Ducky Davla Frank Williamson Virginia Gregory Special War Correspondent Tom Epley Feature Wrttara 1 Prank Williamson Feature writers BHnn McCeUand ports Writer . .Tom Epley Joke Editor........... ............Mary A. McClelland QuU Editor...... .... Mary E. Everrltt Exchange Editor... . .. . Joy Shaw June Schelnder aM. Btlnn McClelland Reporters Mgry A McClelland Tom Epley Photographer Tom Epley Mall Clerk Joy Shaw Faculty Advisor Mrs. Helen Post Wright Copy Boy Jlmmle Snider Subscription (Mailin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 May 1942

SATURDAY MAY 9 1942 tAta TrlKKt. mm INQUIRING REPORTER the sled? "What Are You Going To Do When School Is Out?" IRENE LYNCH "do home. Period!" ERMA ANQLIN "Go to school again." 8HERRON LEE "I'm going to spend the summer In the country." LA DELLE 8IM8 "Try to get me an easy Job with a lot of money." KATIE MAY GRAY "Work port of the time and loaf the rest." WANDA ALFORD "School won't be out for me; I'm going on. Also plan to go to California the first holiday." NOVELLE ROBERTS "I'm go- ing to spend the summer In 'Cow- town'." CORDELIA KE8LER "Go to summer school." C. A. LOW "Going to school nnd have a good time maybe." blinn McClelland "Going to work at the Pecan Station with the entmologtst." OLA PAYE TRAMMELL "Go home for the summer." EDWARD WATKINS "Going to the army I guess." EARLEEN ENGLISH "Go tn work!" ANN ELLIS "I'm going to get me a Job at the camp so I can have a uniform too." LUCILLE KNIEFP "There Isn't much telling." FRANK WILLIAMSON "Go to summer school or go back to Hous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 May 1942

PAGE FOUR YOUR DIAL (From CBS) He'a done it again I For the third consecutive year Glenn Miller in competition with 34 other bands has been voted tke nation'a top bandleader In Bill- board's Fifth Annual College Mu- alc Poll of 168 leading colleges selected throughout the 48 states. In a veritable landslide the lead- er of CBS' -Moonlight Serenade" received 816.6 votes out of a possi- ble 468 giving him a plurality of twice as many votes as the com- bined total of all the other bands. It was only a few months after his Columbia network debut dur- ing Christmas week of 1989 that Glenn won the first collegiate award. Beginning Tuesday May 6 the blue-ribboned "Moonlight Sere- nade" moves to a Tuesday Wed- nesday and Thursday schedule at an earlier hour and adds a re- broadcast for the West Coast. (CBS 7:16 to 7:30 PM EWT. Re- broadcast 11:16 to 11:30 PM EWT). FACTS ON FILE "Vox Pop" on Columbia net- work Monday nights has inter- viewed more than 6000 persons who have answered some 2600...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 May 1942

MBSMaSMBBMSj RT For Victory The COLLEGIAN: Buy mm mm hum BONDS STAMPS Buy UNITED mm MFWtt BONDS STAMPS OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Volume XXXVI BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 16 1942 No. 22 m Growls From the Doghouse By BILLY POPE Well guys an' gals here we come at you again with the week's gatherings. This so I am told will be the last round-up of this rag for this semester for next week will be none other than that very unpopular DEAD WEEK. Speaking of dead week It seems that we've' been having a pretty dead time this semester with the exception of the picnic. So why don't we give out with the annual all-student dance? Pull discussion of this sub- ject will be found elsewhere on this page READ IT! What we need is a little heap and a whole bunch of copy for if we get going on this dance idea we will prob- ubly be able to swing It but you can't expect something for noth- ing so if YOU don't work on the idea and we don't get the dance YOU don...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 May 1942

PAGE TWO SATURDAY MAY 1ft 1942 The COLLEGIA Batsrti at the Port Office at Brownwood Published WMkly by the students of uh opinion oi ma siuaeni ooay to sefeolarship and aportimanahlp to encouruue greater Interest and partlolp- Um la all ackool activities and to promote stronger cooperation between the atudeau and the administration. DITOR BUIINBgg MANAGER Special War Correspondent ... xarttarm Feature Writers ports Writer. .. Joke Editor. . Quit Editor xchange Editor Reporters Photographer. . Mall Clerk Faculty Advisor Copy Boy Subscription (Mailing Included) Member Associated CbUe6iate Press Distributor of Cbile6iateDi6est EDITORIALS Should We Have More Cooperation? Should we have moie toopciation? This question Tin sine sounds vciy silly to you .tudent. On the uuiiiary however it i a very good question to ask yomself. Do you do your paitr Can you truthfully answer this question and say yes. I'cihaps; if mi this is not directed at you. One obsetving the activities and the iutuest i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 May 1942

BILLIES SPORTS Vol. XXXVI Saturday May 16 1942 No. 22 4 1942 Football David Bryant 1942 Football Prospects Brioht Wins Sinoles Bout Schedule loos" hero. Nov. 13 Southwestern "PI- will lead the way In organitatloa; Oct. 2D - McMurry "Indians" rates" at Georgetown. ln nMWerln- tho torinenllB ohm. Buy OcrKNas BoNoe and Stamps ... .... tlon how do we want to live; la Quotable Quotes te -uHt care f up idiera; m The coming season holds great promise of Improvement for the Daniel llaker grldders with a greater number of letter-men a better equipped squad and a more experienced line-up. The proposed schedule is advantagous and few- er pro-conference Injuries can be expected than In the past year. A large stock of new equipment Is on hand and the squad Is to be suited out In first class condition for tho next season. Two out-of-state games are on the schedule while all Junolr col- lege games have been omitted for tills year. For the first game of the your the Billies will Invade Portales for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 May 1942

' PAGE FOUR YOUR DIAL (From CBS) Parks Johnson taxes "Vox Pop" home to the state It was born In as he Interviews students ot Texas A ft M. "the college that pro duces more Army officers than West Point." The visit to Texas "Aggie" at College Stqtlon takes the program just 96 miles from Houston where Vox Pop had Its inception ten years ago on CBS Station KTRH. Known far and wide among mili- tary men as the college where fu- ture officers in great numbers are thoroughly grounded In every fun- damental of military science Tex- as Aggie has placed nearly half of each graduating class in tho Army each peace-time year. This year on May 16 virtually the entire graduating class of 70 men Is to go into service with commissions thus giving Texas Aggie a total of some 6000 men men already in Uncle Sam's fight- ing forces. Johnson points out it was a Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College graduate' who "sighted sub sank same;" that it was an "Aggie" who directed the coastal defense of Correg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1947

y Daniel Baker CollM THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 37 Growls From The Bell Tower R. Wooldrldge Throughout the nges poets have written about spring and the spell it casts. Things seem different in the spring. Daniel Baker isn't the same as it was during the drab winter months. The students walk with a leisurely carefree air. Their greetings are more cheerful and friendly as they enter class- rooms. This is the time of year that nature makes her strongest appeal. What could be more rest- ful and befitting the mood than to sit on the bank of a creek or river fishing? The effect of the seuson hasn't gone unnoticed around the Colleg- ian office either. Only one of the many staff members who worked so industriously all year has not shown any visible effects of the season. Miss "Squirrel" Burnham reports as usual to her typewriter and puts in her six to eight hours daily preparing the copy for the next issue and from time to time gazes mournfully at all the empty (talks and listens eagerly for the fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1947

Page 2 THE COLLEGIAN APRIL 22 1947 THE COLLEGIAN Application pending for re-entry nt the Post Office tit Brownwood Tcxns as second class mail m:tter. Published bi-monthly by the students of Daniel Baker College to express the unbiased opinion of the student body to establish high standards of conduct scholarship und sportsmanship to encourage greater interest and participation in all school activities and to pro- mote stronger cooperation between the students and the administration. Editor Roger Wooldridge Managing Editor Thelma Burnham Associate Editor Wilda Sessions Business Manager Frank Nix Circulation Manager Robert Lykins Society Editor Nelda Sessions Fashion Editor Dorothy Gleaton Spurts Editor Ovalee Glover Feature Editor Charles Goff Special Editor Bryan Morrow Reporters Virginia Forson and Dorothy Roberts Editorials . Bill Orton und Wray Post Humor Editor Ann Griffin Tyj tet . Jane Overby Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright WAR RUMORS For the last year there has been a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1947

APRIL 22 1947 THE COLLEGIAN Page 3 SOCIETY FASHIONS .By D. Gleaton There have been some very pret- ty little summer dresses" on the campus this past week but "ole man winter" seems to have chang- ed our spring fever yawn to the chattering teeth again. Conse- quently the cotton frocks have gone back into the closets until the weather changes once more. Before the week is over I expect well be anxiously awaiting the cottons each morning as we did last week. Incidentally when spring definitely arrives the above classy strapless frock is an excellent suggestion for any college girl. To the best of my knowledge Marty Snyder pretty well led the parade last week with her little brown stripes. The tiered skirt helped the wasp-like waist to make Marty look like a doll. Squirrel fiurnham also looked tops in her black and yellow plaid. The gathered skirt wide belt and huge puff sleeves made it some- thing to see. Juanita Lawson and Nelda Hunt seem to have a nice supply of summer cottons. Gray ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 April 1947

THE COLLEGIAN APRIL 22 1947 Pse I iV 1 1 1 1 ..BHBHVHVBMMB Glover srRrRrRrRrrrRrRRR HMMMRHHHMHHNIMHMIHHIHHHHHIH TOPS IN WAX Frankie Carle comes out on ithe Columbia label with two of hismost popular in- v" ''v- " strumentais his theme Sunrise Sere- nade and the oft requested Carle Boogie. Both versions are new and fresh and made with his own band. It was Sunrise sky-rocketed Prank) Ctrib Serenade that Frankie to fame .pianist with the while he was Horace Heidt bnd and the tune has remained his identifying trademark. Here is some of Frankie's most listen- able music. .Sunrise as will be rememberedhas a complete re- laxed ballad feeling with the Carle piano .in his own styling. The Boogie features his piano throughout -with the band sup- plying the background and cli- maxes. DAN . M-G-M a new label makes it's dehut with the band of Jimmy Dcirsey. Jimmy digs into Ms" me of stylos and makr a re- peat i-' the old Green Eyes treat - cnt and apples it to ithe popular re- vival Heart- ache?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 September 1947

)7H THE COLLEGIAN VOL. 38 DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY SEPT. 22 1947 NUMBER 1 Dean Mendenhall Heads 60th Session kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkW' kkkkkHttibV-kkkkkkkkH DEAN MENDENHALL A relatively recent addition to the ever-growing staff of our Alma Mater is that of Dr. Raymond Mendenhall who is Dean of the College and Professor and Head of the Dept. of Psychology. Ap- pointed Dean of the College June 15 Dr. Mendenhall came to our campus from 'Southwestern Uni- versity where he was Dean of Men and Head of the Department of Education. Dean Mendenhall's search for higher education has taken him into colleges and universities throughout the nation. His first degree that of Bachelor of Arts came from Perm College. He then attended Des Moines University and it was there that he received his Master of Arts degree. He received his Master of Pedagogy degree and Ph. D. from New York University and since receiving his Doctorate he has done consider- able post-graduate work with the Universi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 September 1947

Page 2 THE COLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN COLLEGIAN STAFF EDITOR Roger Wooldridgc Business Manager Frank Nix Circuls'.ticu Manager Robert Lykins Society Editor Nelda Sessions Sports Editor. Ovalee Glover outirmr) unci "" "" .il!PI o-un! 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...

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