The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 20, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 25, 1942 Page: 1 of 4
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OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE
BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 25 1942
Growls Prom the
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 even
went so far as to comment that
he wondered where I was storing
It. People have often wondered
where the Thomason family puts
all the food they buy. We are all
big enough to fight our weight in
wild-cats so its not surprising to
I have been asked by our 'Gen-
eral Flunky' Tom Epley to find
out who borrowed pages 26 and
28 from the Collegian's copy of
The Handy Standard Dictionary.
That my friend's was a slight
case of sabotage. I have been driv-
ing him CRAZIER asking bow to
spell words. My so called brain
ceases to function when it comes
to spelling words with over four
letters in them. Also if anyone
happens to have an old typewriter
ribbon and isn't using it the do-
nation to us would be greatly ap-
preciated. Even If it is thread-
bare it will beat this one.
We are thinking of holding a
rummage sale with the goods that
has been gathering over at the
Doghouse for the past year. I look-
ed through all the coats hats
books etc. and found a sweater
that I havp been accusing my fel-
low sufferers of selling to get date
money. I will hang my head for C
minutes for such n wrong doing.
This Spring-fever that has been
getting me down for the past while
will soon lead to a trip to Austin
with me staying for awhile In tho
Bug-House. I've tried several cures
that were suggested by pals but
the disease returns after each. I
know one good cure they say is
tho sure thing. That is "California
in the Spring." If anyone would
like to hitch-hike out there with
me leave your name and address
at the Dog-House and we might
work oup a deal. Irene Hanson
went earlier in the Spring and it
seems to have done a great deal
Our Editor has gone to Yankee
Stomping grounds for a couple of
weeks so that his parents can rest
awhile knowing that he Is being
good for a change. Wonder what
they will say when they see those
circles under his eyes? Over-work
can cause a lot of things I guess.
The Tennis Tournament sounds
as if it will be a fine one. I'll bet
the players will put out more
energy than there has been on
this campus since basketball sea-
son. Wonder what the neighbors
will think when they see all the
stirring around? They will prob-
ably call the ambulance so that it
will be handy in case of sun-
strokes skinned knees etc That
might not be such a bad Idea since
so many of us have such huge
anchors (feet). I even have trou-
ble walking on a sidewalk because
I fall over each crack that Is rais-
ed over one lath of an Inch. Borne
one accused my mother of tylag
my knees together when I was a
baby but all that actually hap-
pened was a slight fall on my
head. How a fall on my head can
causa knot-kaeedness Is beyond
me. Ask Tom he might know.
Thomas speaks: "It's not the
knees that seem to be troubling
rather the trouble seems to be
located slightly above the plaos
the dentist has been excavating."
I Might take this tuna to want
11 copy typers sot to leave their
copy fa the typewriter ualess yoa
Announcements for the Summer
term of 1942 have been made with
the new Summer bulletin off the
press. Registration for the first
term is May 29 and classes begin
May 30. July 4th will be a holiday
and final examinations for the
first term will be given July 20
Registration for the second term
of summer school will be on July
22. The first term will be of 7
weeks and the second term will be
Courses In Art Education Bible
Business Administration Conser-
vation Chemistry Education Eng-
lish General Science History
Home Economics Library Sci-
ence Mathematics Music Philos-
ophy Public Speaking Political
Science Sociology Spanish and
Modern Languages will be offer-
ed. Expenses will be $14.00 for tui-
tion for one subject for each term.
Fees for $5.00 will be charged for
each of Chemistry and Physics
labs and $5.00 for Chemistry
breakage fees. A library fee of
$1.00 per term Is charged to each
The summer session of 1942
completes flrty-three years of ser-
vice by Daniel Baker College as
a four year senior college.
The annual banquet for the
Junior and Senior classes of Dan-
iel Baker College is to bo held at
the Lake Brownwood State Park
on May 1. This banquet is given
by the Juniors each year in honor
of the Seniors. At present the pro
gram for the evening's entertain
ment has not been definitely ar
ranged but a committee composed
of the Junior class are working
on the matter. All members of
both classes who plan to attend
tho affair should turn In their
names as soon as possible.
Bonds or bondage?
Buy U. S.
want your article to turn out like
the above paragraph.
Well this ought to be enough
chatter to fill up this column so
I'll check out and catch up on
some much needed sleep. Bo long
and don't forget to take your
change In Defense Stamps because
your pennies won't do YOU any
good unless Unckle Bnmmie comes
out on top. A Stomp a day will
keep the Japs away.
P. S. Thanks again to the crew
that has helped me to publish this
week's "bull session." Without
their help I couldn't have done it.
I left the Doghouse Wednesday
night at 10.30 and they were still
beating It out on tho typewriters
so you can see that there are still
people in Baker who will help out
In important Issues.
Meaaay April 88
The lC6th dance band entertain-
ed the student body. The Junior
class presented in addition to this
several students who rendered
voice and piano solos
Wednesday April II
Dr. Ben H. Moore talked to the
student body about our atttude In
order to win the war.
Friday. April M
Dr. Chandler preached.
Ellington Field Texas. Getting
ready to take a pot shot at the
Axis are two Daniel Baker Avia-
tion Cadets now In training with
tho latest class of navigators and
bombardiers here at the world's
largest multi-motor flying school.
From Texas came the largest
single group of cadets in the cur-
Carol E. Underwood 21 son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Sid Under-
wood 618 Upton Ave. San Angelo
Texas was a student at Daniel Ba-
ker College where he flashed on
the gridiron before signing up to
become a cadet. He is now at Ma-
ther Field California where he
will finish his course In naviga-
tion and receive his commission in
the Air Corp July 4 1942.
Paul N. Gregory son of Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Gregory 307 Fifth
Street Brownwood Texas Is a
graduate of Daniel Baker College.
He was a laboratory technician in
These future "hell-from-heaven"
battlers from Daniel Baker have
received seven weeks of intnslve
training on the greatest network
of concrete romps and runways.
They are taking their steps to-
ward becoming members of the air
crew the world's finest combat
As members of the Air crew
they will assist the pilot of a vic-
tory bomber. From Ellington Field
the cadets move to more advanced
fields where they will move furth-
er up the ladder of effective com-
Commissions as Second Lieuten-
ants In the Army Air Corps Re-
serve and assignment to immedi-
ate active duty await them when
they complete their entire period
(ACP) Dormitory students at
Nowcomb College New Orleans
have devised a type of "sweet
heart Insurance" which thoy be
lieve will eliminate rivals in af
fairs of the heart. Should a stu
dent suddenly become unpopular
and wait to no avail for phone
calls from her "steady" she can
consult the domltory "date book."
i nere in oiacx ana wnite sue may
discover the trouble. For In that
book are recorded all dates of
dormitory girls with the exact
time of departure and return and
the name of the escort. Failure
to sign out or errors In signing
are taken up by the Campus Honor
society and delinquents are con-
fined to the campus for several
days. There Is a way to beat the
game however. If one girl's boy
friend takes a fancy to another of
the students the "chlsolers" can
have a strolling date on the large
campus In accordance with regu-
lations without recording the
1. Public Jitterbug No. 1 Joy
2. This Changing Romance-
3. You Are The Girl I Love
"Rusty Dooley to Sue Spraggen.
4. A Fool Was I "Bono" New-
some 6. Be Honest With Me Pope's
High School girl friend.
6. Do You Don't You "Flip"
Fillppen and Mary Ann Mclnnls.
7. Little Lady Make Believe
8. Cookie Jar Miss Eubank.
9. You and I Jane Rae Lowe
and "Poochle" Clements.
10. I Only Want A Buddy Not A
Gal Willis CrookTtTTtT
11. Don't git Under the Apple
Tree With Anyone But Me John
12. Hoaey-Vlrgtaln Kirby.
AH Student Picnic Success
Honor Roll Announced for
Second Six Weeks Work
Lt. Tull K. McGuIre who attend-
ed Daniel Baker College for three
years stopped by the Collegian of-
fice Wednesday night for a short
visit before he returned to his du-
ties In tho U. S. Air Corp. He Is
Ferry Commander for the Beech-
craft Aircraft Factory in Wichita
Lt. McGuIre received his com-
mission as Second Lieutenant in
the Air Corp about three months
ago and was Test Pilot for awhile
before he accepted the position as
Ferry Commander. His job now Is
to deliver planes from the factory
to the field after he has inspected
Ho expects to be promoted to a
First Lieutenant In a few weeks.
Even a casual observer will see
tho hollow eyes of a skull staring
at him if he glances to his right
as he enters the Austin Avenue
subway on his way to town. A
close observation will reveal a
Texas State Highway sign which
has been painted over with white
paint. The death's head seems to
indicate "Danger drive slow I"
One sign states that It is a fine
to mark on tho wall of the subway.
Was tho painting done by the city's
authority or did some mischievous
over-bold prankster do it? Good
In last week's Issue of The Col-
legian an ite mapepared In which
the merits of Glen Rose were
slightly deflamed. The staff of this
paper wishes to take this oppor-
tunity to apologize in full for any
remarks which are detrimental to
a fine resort and an excellent
town. The item was printed by
mistake and the staff wishes to
amend in overy way possible any
reflection upon the city of Glen
13. I Want A Zoot Suit Bill
14. Let Me Call You Sweetheart
15. Daisy (you'll look sweet up-
on the seat of a bicycle built for
two) Joe Beckham.
16. Sunrise Serenade "Dog-
17. Pay Me No Mind Ruth
Ophelia "Wings" Thomason.
18. Twenty Four Robbers Poul-
try Association (Ltd.)
19. A Room With a "VIEW"
Jane Rae's suite In the Dump.
20. The Train Song Billy Pope.
21. From Taps Till Reveille-
22. Old "Rocking Chair's" Got
Me Thelma Burnham.
23. i Don't Care George Gray
Jr. (as featured by Betty).
24. There's a Long Trail A Wind-
ing Johm Eraser
Miss Alta Craig Registrar of
Daniel Baker College announced
the honor roll for the second sis
weeks of the Spring semester.
While all classes are well repre-
sented the Freshman class has the
highest numbers of students on the
list. Second on the list was the
Sophomore class; third Junior
clas and att he botton of the list
was the Senior class.
t A's 2 B's
Jane Raye Low
I A's B's
1 A's B's
4's I B's
Ola Faye Trammel
I A's 2 B's
8 A's I B's
Katie Mae Gray
ft A's 1 B
4 A's 1 B
I A's I B's
I A's 8 B's
Mary Jo AUcorn
8 A's I B's
8 A's 2 B's
H. C. Burnett
1 A 4 B's
4 A's 1 B
8 A's 8 B's
Louis Ruth Davis
Nelda June Wester
8 A's 1 B
. 8 A's t B's
1 A 4 B's
"Tennis entries for the Intra-
mural Tennis Tournament must be
in immediately" so announced
Coach Stevens Friday. "While
Freshmen and Junior classes have
completed their teams the Soph-
omore and Senior classes have not
turned in their complete entries.
All these must be in soon or the
olaasss will loss by a default"
Entries received to dats arc:
Freshmen: Boys singles Billy
Pope; doubles Frank Williamson
and Monroe Guyer. Girls singles
Athene Lewis; doubles Aaa Bills
and Athens Lewis. Jualors: Boyi
singles O. A. Low; doubles Jamaa
Hlatner and Dale Bagley. Olrla
singles Iran Hanson; doubles
Ola Has Trammell and Rata Thom-
ason. Sophomores: Boys singles
Lomoln Wright Seniors: Joha
Barton idward Watkias and Ber-
By FRANK WILLIAMSON
Sixty students accompanied by
Dr. Doubt Professor Reeves aad
Mrs. Woodward attended the an-
nual all-student picnic which was
held at the Florey boat docks last
Tuesday. Original plans for taking
the San Jacinto holiday outing at
the old dam were discarded whea
it was learned that the recent
rains made that picnic spot inae-
cessable to the public.
Plcknlckers were scheduled to
meet at the dormitory at 8:80 a.m.
but due to the fact that several
were late lt was after 9:80 before
the lost car left. Upon arriving at
the docks every one piled out aad
proceeded to work up an appetite.
Glynn Smith and Tonnie Smithers
chose sides for a game of touch-
football while others played bast-
ball. Girls batted to an all-mala
outfield. After ball games Mrs.
Woodward directed students In a
series of folk dances In a nearby
pavllllon. Ruth Thomason caught
two fish with a line. The fish were
the sort commonly known aa
"channel cat." And there was a
rumor of a little game of galloping
dominoes but no concrete evidence
of the same was found.
The lunch rather banquet con-
sisted of sandwiches In generoas
numbers furnished by the weaker
sex; cookies fruit and potato
chips brought along by the males.
John Barton waa In charge of the
official liquid refreshments which
consisted of cokes an dother soft
drinks. Despite of the fact that
everyone including the teachers
had enormous appetites thsra
were still a great amount of food
Patsy and Eddie Farron with
Eddie's visiting twin brother fur-
nished entertainment via the radio.
Then Dale Bagley drove his ear
near the pavllllon and several cou-
ples danced; not to folk music
however. Dr. Doubt a beautiful
bouquet in one hand and Profes-
sor Reeves with a sandwich pre-
sented a beautiful shot to the pho-
tographer as they were peacefully
seated on a bench surveying the
activities of the students.
Eight students seeking excite-
ment rented two motor-boats for
an hour. They were disappointed
when they found that the boats
would run only six-tenths of a
knot instead of sixty per hoar.
Fortunately boats unlike can
are not destrlcted to one spare tho
boats having at least two oars.
One boat load thought they wers
going to have to use the oars when
the motor in their boat wont dead.
But the only trouble was found to
be the lack of fuel. The two boats
collided once or twice but no dam-
age was done to either craft or to
any of the occupants.
Some of the athletes tried to out-
do each other chinning. The sorest
person in school Wednesday was
probably the winner. And a few
hard-hearted individuals went
down to the docks and tried to
shoot the little man who runs
around in the woods down there.
"Where are the cars?" soma one
"Oh they are Just out of sight"
another ptcknicker answered.
It so happened that they wsra
out of sight about nine miles out
of sight. Then someone sighted
"Mo" Utley. If it hadn't been for
Mr. Utley several of the picnick-
ers would have had to hitch-hiked
back to Brownwood. At any rate
they piled in and on "Mo'a"
coupe and arrived safely if a
Maurlne Gaines and Jobs Bar-
ton taking several of the party
back to town found John Eraser's
car mysteriously parked oa tha
side of the road reportedly suck-
ed for duration due to the shortage
In the rubber situation. At last
notice tha automobile was still
The plcnlo was deflaltely a sac-
cess but ohl the groans that
were heard Wednesday morning
from the few scholars who nude
their olaasss that day.
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