The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 22, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
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JANlTARY 18 1951
Bell Tower Tales
Any lad who can get hlmitlf
linked romantically with Dixie
Davidson certainly deserves the
title of "The Great Lover."
There is going to be another
terrific Broadway production here
soon with the best of D.B.C.'s ac-
tors and actresses under the direc-
tion of Ford Ainsworth. It is ru-
mored tli at our director has writ-
ten a play in which the frail love-
ly heroine goes running through
a haunted house carrying a gorilla
in her arms. Oh great!
We read that Elizabeth Taylor
the young movie queen is divor-
cing her husband. What is worry-
ing her fans is who gets custody
of the cat?
Your reporter made another sur-
vey and the results are recorded
Clete the cutest blonde.
Mrs. Stevic the most alluring
Mrs. Caskey -the sweetest fe-
male. Harryette thinks she is.
Ainsworth the best sport.
Miss Eubank the most under-
standing. Barbara Ballard the best ac-
tress. Dotte thinks she is.
Red Gilmore the most natural.
Nina the most enthusiastic.
Harris (J.) the biggest phony.
Bill Lynch the. most honest.
Peggy Wood the best groomed.
Jack Smith the best looking.
Burkhardt thinks he is.
Lindsey talks more and says
Byrd the most critical.
Schaeffer the most tolerant.
Wagner the best disposition.
Helmer thinks he has.
Boyd the most adaptable.
Your reporter overheard a D.B.-
C. boy remark in the Palace Drug
the other day that another D.B.C.
boy cheated on all his exams. Boy
that Is the pot calling the kettle
What is baffling most of the
students right now is the fact that
a certain couple are supposefl to
be "through" but are distinctly
nothing of the sort.
A sympathy note to Mr. Burk-
hardt: Yes sir you really have to use
your head to get what your heart
wants. And you would have looked
so well in your country's uniform.
A note to Barbara Liggett and
Bill Gehring: Dr. Wesley doesn't
like "courting" during her biology
Don't you gals wail too loudly
fHI AIRWAVIS WITH
m "N lillil a.
and BEAUTIFUL SHOES
BOB: Judy Garland! You're a sight
for sore eyes!
BING: Well I'm here too.
BOB: I know you gave me the sort
BING: You're the one on television...
giving everyone erratic orbs.
lOB: Don't be bitter old timer. You'll
get into that new medium yet. They're
waiting for the wide screen. Then
you'll make it.
BOB: ' CheeterfieWe fmir-haired
boy. Now they have three I'm tr-
haired; Godfrey ie red-haired; then
BING: (to Bob) Have you taken a
good look at yourself lately ? It's get-
ting fatter than you think
BOB: (to Bing on a bit of Hope act-
ing) I thought I did that very well.
Men have gotten Oeeare for leee.
Didn't yout: -
BING: (to Bob)' I have always been
of the opinion that you were never
equipped for any radio work more
demanding than chopping liver on the
Chicago Round Table.
BOB: Football eeaeon. That'e a eporte
term meaning "I can't make a touch-
down coach. My draft board'e waiting
in the end tone."
Enjoy Bob and Bing on radio: Bob
every Tuesday night on NBC and
Bing every Wednesday night on CBi.
LET US FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS
COGGIN AVE. DRUG
Coggin Ave. at Third
Citizens National Bank Bldg.
over the alarming exodus of eli-
gible males. Your anguish is noth-
ing compared to theirs. The no-
man situation is becoming more and
more desperate. We use to fight
to get a sweetheart fight to keep
a husband but now we fight to
get an escort for the evening. Even
the wolves ares leaving darn it.
Although what we have may be
plump bald and eager-eyed it is
better than nothing. Let's face it;
the situation stinks.
a couple of you "campus
queens" may say "my dean" with
an elegant gesture but we all
know you haven't got a pot to put
flowers in that is.
Can you imagine:
Gaynell and Betty Jean as
Ronnie as a "Dead End Kid."'
"Sleepy" Boyd as a "playboy."
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olina. The vast majority of stu-
dents the article reveals would
prefer to serve in the Navy or Air
Force The infantry and Marines
are regarded as "having mighty lit-
There is little hoopla on the
campuses and not much flag wav-
ing. While the students agree Rus-
sia is to blame for the current
world situation President Truman
has lost their confidence and dis-
satisfaction 'with Washington lead-
ership is general. As one campus
leader at Northwestern put it "If
the foreign policy were more in-
telligently handled or at least
more clearly and cleanly handled
I'd be more willing to go. I'm not
going to volunteer . . . I'll go when
I'm called but not willingly."
In spite of this Secretary of
State Dean Acheson "is far and
away the most popular" figure in
the Administration according to
the students at the University of
North Carolina and the article
states ex-President Hoover's "Op-
eration Gibraltar" stand has. been
A general falling off in the
quality of class room work is no-
ticeable at Princeton and else
where. In fact at this Ivy League
school the Btandard greeting has
become "Where d'ya stand?"
meaning in the draft.
There is a realistic acceptance
of the future by our young men
and women Look concludes. To-
day's young student is ready for
"blood and sweat but no tears."
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as (setting up definite objectives
that will help Daniel Baker grow
as one of the best Christian col-
leges in the Southwest. When the
date is set for the meeting with
the staff member another meeting
will be called.
At the next meeting ALL who
are interested are urged to attend.
The announcement will be made
and a date set that will not con-
flict with other school activities.
If you are interested in helping
Daniel Baker become a better
Christian college you are cordially
invited to be there.
The S.C.A. is not intended to be
another social group but a thriv-
ing organiation with a definite ob-
ject the betterment of our college!
Brownwood's Interesting Store
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Radios Gift Goods
At Dublin's You'll Find Gifts
for All Occasions
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 22, 1951, newspaper, February 22, 1951; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100354/m1/3/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.