The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 24, Ed. 1, Friday, March 28, 1941 Page: 2 of 4
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Friday March 28 1941
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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
SALLY MEYERS Feature Editor
HAZEL LEWIS ..... Special Editor
LILLYBUD DENMAN Qulxs Editor
Sponsor Mrs. Helen Post Wright
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Reporter: Ituth Colder Mary BUnbeth Dyer Janlo Conway Mary
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Try Out The New
Did you cvci think just what a fix this old world would be
in if no human on caiili had never tiied anything new? What if
'some gioup way back in llic D.uk Ai;c had icfnsed to use the wheel
just because it was souiciliini; new and difleicm to what they had
been used lo? What il people had 1 el used to use electricity just
because it was something that had never been included in their
mode of living before? A fine lix things would be in today that
The same line of thought may be applied to new forms of
enteitainment and activities on Daniel Maker Campus. The stu-
dent council has evolved plans for the lirst program dance to be
held in this college. How aie the students of Daniel Raker to
know whether a piogram dame is a fonn of entertainment they
will or will not like latei il they do not attend the first with a
purpose of it) ing out the new and liking it or not liking it.
It is indeed a poor situation when students aie so afraid of
not liking 01 maybe it is a I ear of liking a new thing that they
decide against one ol the best planned and most promising en-
tertaiuments of the year. A student dance is indeed a great social
event in any college and a big formal affair in Daniel Baker Col-
lege is without question one of the biggest of all dances.
Come on students don't be old-fogey in your views learn
.about the new older of things and try them nut.
LETS GET INTERESTED
Cooperation among the Baker students would change many
things and for the best too.
For instance the iiiiiaminal baseball was scheduled to be
played last week. The Freshman team appealed and pir.rticed
for a while but when I :.'!() came their opponents the Sopho-
mores had not arrived and futthermore (lid not arrive. When
such things occur the spirit is taken fiom the students. If these
spoils had been completed as planned thcie would have been
many in the spoil itself but so many of the students would have
attended to cheer lor their class.
A student dance is being planned for the near future and
eyery student should do all in his power to make this one of the
really gieat happenings of the year. Everyone tan have lots of
fun if he will only get in and do his part to make it a gala affair.
Plan to attend and get others to do so and 0117 out all the plans
made by the vat ions committees.
Lets start a icgular campaign for student interest and have
some activities that will please the entire student body and cause
outside interest also.
"Theie's gloom without and joy within
Get in the saddle and let's begin
All in lavor say "Aye Aye Aye."
1806 Coggin Ave.
At laat we hare gotten a little cooperation from the student bod for
tnia counmn Everytning tnat in
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The first one to help us out this week was a freshman JIMMY
SNYDER. For the student's benefit he has been courting a blondlsh
freshman. (B.W.) Why keep It so quiet Jimmy?
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lately? Why not let us In on It?
JUNB BR0WD "keB er SOLDIERS to be the "crooning" type. We
Know uecause site weni wun one
In fact he used to sing with an
What about this "dirty" deal
brother OSCAR think?
KATHBRINE RIDDLE and BOB HALL have been reunited In a
budding romance. He's better watch his step though with all of our
UNCLE SAM'S men in town.
What Is this power FRANCIS HAMPTON has over these little high
achool boys? She went with JIMMY HARRISON last week and he Is
MARJORIE TRIPPLETT and ED CBARNEL
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RUTH TH0MA80N doesn't seem to be doing so bad. She has a
date with that popular young man J. W. WALKER. They will appear
personally at the student dance.
MARY seemed to be an Important word with "HUNGRY" TRU8-
SELL for a while but according to him she has gone by the wayside.
RED LYLE and JANE RAE LOWE.
Who Is this beauty for who's letters READEY CASKEY bo eagerly
looks forward to?
Why doesn't ANDY CAMPBELL ever go with any of these Daniel
Baker girls? Are you bashful hard to get or Just disgusted?
JANIE THOMPSON (period).
"FLAXIE" LEWALLEN and HELEN PITTMAN seem to be spend-
Ing part of their time on the skating rink. It is a good place for a
j w SNIDER seems to be satisfied with his brunette from BANGS.
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We don't blame you J. W. she's cute!
"CHIO" KINO must be another one of these Billies that Is hard
0 g'!tI 7iialillVeal ir"
BILLY STEWART says that there won't be any "squaws" name
on his football! Let's watch It students.
THAT'S ALL FOLKS! Pleate drop as much In the 1404 Austin
Avenue's mall box next week as you did this week. THANKS once
Swimming meets and sail boat
races will be held one week from
today in that curved body of water
in front of the dormitory. Come
one come all! Of course the
fact that the river is of sudden
and varying depths will somewhat
hinder the proceedings but Just
ask U8 the best way to get over
the entrance and exit to the
"Dump" we don't know.
Not so long ago someone brewed
the Idea to have one long table
For Girls Only
Friday night April 4 1911 the
students of Daniel Baker College
are going to have a dance we
hope. This is to be the D.B.C.'s
first try at a program dance and
we want it to be a success but
we want first of all to be a sue
The little girl In us always crops
out and we and we get "such" a
thrill out of dressing up. But
then who wouldn't get a thrill out
of the newest styles they're so
sweet they're feminine they're
Pastels march proudly up to the
front of tho color choice and the
covered-up back even holds its
Would you be interested In a
Boft pastel rayon chiffon dress
with a high back heart-shaped
neckline shirred sleeves and with
soutache embroidery giving the
effect of a girdle.
Or would you like a dress of
celanese rayon chiffonese with
covered up back and shirred front
bodice? Doth dresses have loose-
fitting short little sleeves.
One of the most femlne gowns
I've seen Is a bouffant marqui-
sette. It reminds me of Snow
White or the Lillputlan princess
it's so soft and fluffy. This won-
der model Is lace-trimmed mar-
quisette. It has long full aleeves
with lace cuffs a lace collar and
a lace midriff. Beneath the full
skirt a lace flounce trims the un-
uersllp at hlpllne. Yes .we are
truly returning to the femlne ef-
fects. Evening dresses are sta-
ler sweeter and much easier to
Be the "Belle ot the Bailor at
least "his 'Ittle sugar plumse."
Add to this perfectly dressed body
a little charm a lot of smiles and
you're bound to win.
Best of luck to you! After all
it is spring ''In the aprlng young
man's fancy turna to thoughts of
iovs" and you perhaps.
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orchestra In Waco.
OALE COLLIER and what did your
Instead of two short ones for the
gals consuming foodstuffs and
we're not happy! We don't enjoy
our food unless we are sitting in
the particular chair we like. The
horrible part about it is that there
are only about four chairs that
are liked and that doesn't work
Then Sally Meyers comes In late
and wide-eyedly gives that time-
worn remark "We got stuck in
The clock tolls nine and hera
What deed to do 'fore the day la
With nothing to do yet nothing
I declare this column my good
deed for the day.
The old-fashioned woman who
darned her husband's socks has a
daughter who socks her darned
husband.- -Oalnesvlllt- Times.
Upon seeing grapefruit for the
first time an Irishman said: "Thlm
are pretty big oranges; it wouldn't
take many ot them to make a
dozen." Readers Digest
Girls are like newspapers be-
cause: They are healthier and stronger
than they used to be.
They have many types ot faces.
They are worth looking at.
Back numbers aren't in demand.
They try hard to be up-to-date.
They aren't afraid to spread
what they think.
They can make or break a man.
They have great influence.
A little color helps their looks.
If they know anything they
Thsy carry news wherever they
Every man should have one and
let bis neighbor'! alone. The
Modern Miss: Graadata did you
ever flirt when you were young?
Grandma: Yes dear I'm afraid
Modern Miss: And you were
Grandma: Well I married your
My parents told me not to smoke
Or listen to a naughty Joke
Tbey told me that I must not wink
at pretty girls or even thing
About Intoxicating drink
To dance or flirt is very wrong
I kiss no girls not even one;
You wouldn't think I have much
I wish I were a moment
In my professor's class;
For no matter how idle the moment
It always seems to pass.
The College Star.
BUI: That girl thinks no man
Is good enough for her.
rownwood's Friendly Theater
FRIDAY a SATURDAY
"Double Feature Program"
Feature Na. 1
"Outpost Of The
Feature No. 2
SATURDAY 1tl30 P.M.
And SUNDAY A MONDAY
Walt Disney's Festival
"FERDINAND THE BULL"
"THREE LITTLE PIQS"
"THE UOLY DUCKLING"
DONALD'S LUCKY DAY"
TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY
"Double Feature Program"
Feature No. 1
"The Law"Comes To
Feature No. 2
Browaweod's Newest Theatre.
New. First Km Pictures.
FRIDAY March th
"Moon Over Burma
Also Shorti "THE S1NGINU
Special attraction on our stage
BiU Holt and His South
featuring Princess Luang and
Hawaiian music and dancing.
No advance la price.
Big Stage Show Saturday
aight at UtW. As an added
attraction yoa will also e
Enrol Flya In
SUNDAY and MONDAY
Stage show will be presented
Sunday for the last time.
TUESDAY k WEDNESDAY
"Some Like It Hot"
Featuring the world's greatest
drummer GENE KRUPA.
Also Shorta 1 "Slightly at Sea"
"Onlen Pacific" aad MAqia
ROLLER SKATE FOR HEALTH
BROWNWOOD ROLLER RINK
Every Nite 7 to 10
Prices: 20c For One Hour
85c For Two Hours
MONDAY SPECIAL "BEAT THE CLOCK"
Get Here Before 8:00 and Sate Till 10:00 for 20c
Cogfin at Brady Highway
Joo: She may be right.
Bill: She may be left. Crane.
HHOW.MVOOD TUX S
"LAND OP LIBERTY"
SUNDAY . MONDAY
JACKIIO COOPER .
"LIFE WITH HENRY"
"TRIAL OF MARY
MAR. 28 7:30 P. M.
"Show Place of West Texas"
FRIDAY k SATURDAY
AImo HhoHN-"L'rop I'Imkcim"
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SUNDAY K MONDAY
Also Short "Pohir Trappers"
"TRAIL OF THE
MAX (Alibi) TERIIUNK
Also Shorts "HiiNy Mlllo
Bears" Lot In u Collar"
and Blue HarronV Orclienlru;
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 24, Ed. 1, Friday, March 28, 1941, newspaper, March 28, 1941; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100269/m1/2/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.