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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1924

'. ' ' v '. ' t. t . . - . s. . . -I . ' ' I . . ! - '" ' . ' i.:rt .... .. DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE rV9l. XIX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS JANUARY 21 1924 No 6 Two Veterans of Board of Trustees PRESBYTERIAN EDUCATIONAL IS C O LL E Gi AN i . F H E STAUNCH FRIEND IB BAKER "; DIB SUDOENLr IN DALLAS HOME W N PROGRESSING Wm AdrhinUtrator of Co?gin Eat at; Supervised Building of Coffin Memorial Chapel. Judge William Polndexter widely known Texas attorney and Democrat ot ihe old school died suddenly Wed- nesday evening December 12 while Bitting at his disk In his Dallas home Judge Polndexter had not been 111 but Tils henlth had. not been cspeclnl- ly good for several weeks prior to his Meath. As ho snt at his desk and dis- cussed business matters with his wife he suddenly collapsed. Judge Polndexter was well known n'ere and had many close personal friends In this clly.. Ho married- Mis Melissa .Coggln Smith daughter of the late Mrs. Mattle R. Coggln a num ber of years ago and the family wm closely connec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1924

i s THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN A newspaper published semi-monthly by the student body of Daniel Baker College is Broun wood .Texas co-educatloaal institution. Subicrlptlon rate $1.00 per year advertising rates furnished upon re-quest. oissww Batered as second-class matter February 15 1121 at the Postofflce at Brown- wood Tetas under the Act of March special rate of postage provided for authorised March 2 1921. Editor m Aaaoclate Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Manager - Faculty Advisory Committee Society sports . . Fiction . Jokes . . Exchange Editor REPORTERS Raymond LeMay Adelaide McKce. Robert Patterson Chloe Steel Harry Broad One of our eminent professors has It's about time for the societies to Introduced a novel scheme Into her be getting ready for the annual Ora- class work. On Thursday afternoon 'torlcal Contest to be held on Fcbru- January 10 tea waa served at the reg'.ary 22. I lar class period of Economics. The winner of this contest 1 award- rf malA medal and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1924

&' ' The Sport Foi Kings MUMBLE PEG. The Coming Convention. Slatze Patterson. Glynn Mitchell. Goofy Reaves. Bill Blair. Praying Columbo. Et Cetera. Well folks the great Mumble Peg Convention tarts the first of nest "week! This great convention spon- sored and financed by this paper tins been an annual affair for tho past ten rears. Many hare been the times that the proud winners of this affair gayly watched the loser root the peg. At the culmination of the coming con- vention the winners will once again have the privilege of watching the un- fortunate loser; In accordance with the Marquis of Queensbury Rules root the peg. The peg has already been made for this affair. The con- tention begins on Tuesday and will last the rest of the week. The first day will be utilised In electing offic- ers for the coming year and making out tho schedule of the games for this meeting. Five contestants liavo been entered and much interest is being shown In the coming event. As hns hen stated the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 January 1924

THE COLLEGIAN VISIT OUR STORE Hear Latent Reeerds art Plajer lelt Price our gooda whether you bujt or not. W are glad to have you. EVRANKS MUSIC COMPANY W. Clean 'Em CUem - Wt Pnh 'En Keen KING TAILORING CO. Phone 1 58 110 Center Ave. SPRING SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN! Blue Serges new striped Gabardines fancy check and block check weaves in all wool finely tailored suits. $2022.50. $25 up to $35.00 Hemphilltain (o. PHONE 171 For Dyeing Cleaning Pressing Alterations of all kinds. We use nothing but the most modem methods. Give us your work and we will please you. 405 Center TOMME A KITCHEN ' Southern Hotel Building KNOX-JOHNSON CO. Wholesale FANCY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Brownwood and Brady Texas LYRIC THEATRE 2 Days Commencing Thursday January 24th The Most Stupendous Love Drama Ever Told! MERRY GO ROUND With MARY PHILBIN and NORMAN KERRY A magnificent powerful picturization of the merry go round of life. THE PICTURE SENSATION OF THE YEAR Put This Cap On Your Head and take your mind off your...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1924

THE COLLEGIAN "V l DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE ?n. "N Vol. XIX. KSBWil EDUCATION CAMPAIGN MANAGER Campaign Opens in Brownwocd February 12; Daniel Ba- l.er to Get Over $300000 for Building and Endowment. Mr. W. P. llllrer one of Iho local managers of tho Proslivterlan Edu- cational Campaign made a tnlk at chapel on February 2. Although wo Iinv long been awtire that this cam- paign was being can let) on anil sue- cosHfully no tills Is the drat evidence of it we liavo Hcen. Mr Wtzer outllncil briefly tbo pur- poses of thin campaign anil how it would benellt the Piusiiyterlmi Edn- rntlonal Institutions of Texu. We wcro especially Interested In the bene- fits Daniel tinker will receive from It. Mr. Bltzer was well pleased with Dnnlcl Unke.' and complimented Dr. Chandler and tho student body on the college tic al"o complimented tho school on her prospects for a brilliant future. He snld that It appeared to him that Daniel linker was Just now in the begiutilng and that In a few years she will hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1924

THE COIXEGIAN AnewnpafKr published xciul-monthly by tlie- stiM"'"' TSoW' .s r MnnkLiiei ColletjellnUlrownwood .Tewi n eiwtltit'Mft'mnl- n. itflfa": SiiliscrliUJon r.nc ipiest. $l on i i-r jwr n iti ii" .). .)' . mp.le- f fUnrl livifUiiv.' of the exoellc t venthei The iiuMj.al Hi band li-ikH er. iu ilviniriiiK iiiil'.Mt Willi li' return of nl- iiiui every Inl year baseball jIht .tianil :i leeruited pitch! i' aiiiff en. i-JiroKJXTl - HI'- crV f!-Ht'rit!" Jill' .ht ji" Im hiisUlv. but abide (MIT (.time ami wlicn the Ground Hog's linii i.i'"' 'HiIiIh hole uml fair wcati" t Ji oiiioH-HCtiinlulf. sinrt the liitll to r.il iJitiniiiiLJ.fni .Ii.iinl.to cheer and line Entered as second-Hniw mutter Februn.'yrsilytri4i tflfH(WMiWK''!- . . ... .-... ... .. ..MriJllit ..lciJ. . - .... ....Ivl lllfld f... KMJlutf .r WOOII TeXSIS Uliner lilt" m'l "l nimun-.i -iair ' ITpiim'""- T.if'liaillini "TOi"' T . . I special rat.- of postage prometlformi.SefctltHVlM: tilSivrr -Mn- M'''t;1I"'r VUJ nut Horizon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1924

s wt$g rr' I . f r t 0 t t 4 ' 0 i 4 PI ALPHA LITERARY 50GIETY PRESENTS PLftY Tlia student hotly received quite nn agreeable surprise and entertainment at chapel An January 31. The PI Al- pha Literary Society presented n short three net play entitled "The Midget fllinst.' The pint of the piny was well pre- sented and the action fust enough t Insure no lagging of Interest. Ii presented the plight of many a mod- ern working Rlrl or hoy. an for that matter nml how to solve this problem In the tlrst act n very exlravngan' girl acted by Miss Debbie Askew wa? having a difficult time keeping tit; with her nlckles and dimes. Her banker or t hum played py Miss Man Kelso was trying to convince her tint the only safe way to live within he; Income was to keep a 1!iuIboI. Thl plan appeared very annoying to tltc young iauy (and in reality it Is) am ahe pigeonholed the Idea. The second act opened with the ex travagant young spendthrift slccplnr soundly In the midst of her worrie and from her smile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 February 1924

tf.. ". THE COLLEGIAN u i ; ts'i BM & Gilbfes The Ladies' Store of Brownwood Appreciates Your Business The broad policy of this store is a constant endeavor for well assorted stocks correctness in all fashion re- quirements highest standard merchandise at lowest pos- sible prices prompt and correct services. You will like to shop at Bellis & Gibbs and we want you to feel that this is your shopping home. Come in and let us show you our slocks. Whether you buy or not the Bettis & Gibbs organization will deem it a pleasure to be of service to you. d& 206 Center Avenue Phone 1440 Our buyers our now in eastern markets Sciulre Did you send fur mo my Lord? Lnuncclot Yes tiuike ItiiHto bring ine the can opener; I've got a flea In my knight clothes. "Docs. your flnancco know much about iiutomohllcH?" "Heaven1) no; hIio asked inc If 1 cool my .cur Ity stripping the gears." Say It with Roses make It (our. Ah Hcrrlck Might Have Writ. I)uw Hate' In Julia's hair And gently Hat the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

i Vi ' &zm '' ' . t THE COLLEGIAN -flftv " DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE Vol. XIX. EIGHT PAGES BROWN WOOD TEXAS FEBRUARY 20 1924 NO. 6 r v-4 A Kr .'. i- M' . CITYWIDE EDUCATIONAL CAMPAIGN PRESENTED TO PEOPLE AT DINNER FEATURED BY MANY FINE TALKS DANIEL BAKEH COLLEGE BIND BEING ORGANIZED Announcing the clty-wlde educa- the (own would go back to village slzo tlonal campaign In the Interest of I despite the beat efforts of the com- Danlel Baker college a "Blue Hue" munlty butldors In developing com- dlnner was given Tuesday laBt in.merclal and Industrial resources the basement of the First Presbyterian This campaign he said will lake tho CUU1UH uu vumei uunui win giva iiu- ccssary additional equipment pay Its dobtH create an endowment and make posslblo the expansion of Iti work in all departments and the people or Brownwood and surrounding country will be the principal beneficiaries. MlVe Can Do II." Fred W. Qrcbcr president of the Chamber of Commerce end a mem- bor of the Daniel Baker Boar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

4 ml 'tJHj II -.. & wo hT PAGE TWO Daniel WILL THE Let 'Us Support this Movemer i to the Limit J3 DCAilE'lkilDlcnr' TL. Theboeal is Make a Patriotic Response Hospitality Chairman W. D. A'Aiislrong DEAN F. W. Greber PROFESSOR WILL TIPPEN G. E. Berry G. D. Crabtree M. J. Hall Will Talbot . PROFESSOR J. H. McKEE Roy Duncan Lee Watson Jr. M. J. Hall J.'B. Denman PROFESSOR HANS SCHROEDER EG Hall N H. H. Ingrain Wriffht Armstrong . Bert Hurlbut j$k -.- ' A TEAM OF WOMEN WORKERS Will Ar Auunnurrn at a i iTniT WW THE THIS ORGANIZATION WILL MAKE Ba k a 1 IH I I-1 II mm if m 9 fill a IUk3 i $ e a gsasarromacggissTaaa IF F WOULD ENBL W AND EQUIP IF WE WOULD PAY ALL THE CLAIMS IF WE WOULD EXTEND THE COLLEGE INFLUENCE IF WE WOULD SAVE THE COLLEGE. . iciviiiviDs--a ne rieoge is ror Four Years. to Your Business Sana snA KaSS2fiaB9MrKSKSiSBKi!t EXECUTIVE Harry Knox F. 5. Abnev C. L McCartney R. ft Rogers DEAN . R. B. Ropers PROFESSOR E. J. WEATHERBY Chas. Carpenter Chester Evans L. E. Dublin St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

i mi H ) ' "njr i. V-' -i s .' n M4o vv r V 14 R hi r fIKE ARTS CLUB TO PRESENT E CHINESE WILL THE COLLEGIAN PAGE THREE V ROW I PLATE Beautiful Marionette Production of Tony Sarg; Music Com posed and Specially Written by Victor Herbert. y . Tho Daniel Bnkor Flno Arts Chili is bringing a real trcnt to Drown wood. On Wednesday afternoon nnt! evening March 19 they will present to the public at the Lyric Theatre the latest marionette nrocltiet on of Tonv Barg ''The Romance of the Chinese Willow Plate." This nttrnctlon Is ac companied by a special orchestra that plays music appropriate for every cene. . v" Tony Sarg Is famous in the plctoral and dramatic art world and ha met with great success In various marion- ette productlns in this country dur- ing the past few years. Victor Herbert is known through- out the world of music and art for his operas musical compositions and or- chestra and band directing. His name is familiar to every one and his fume extends everywhere that music goes. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

w;v' PAGE THE COLLEGIAN VL2t a l -r! V 5 tracteSL 5 ! 'i . . .rm wv hv. )'!&m. aVirTy. . .aiSMga- gflL3. r0'iago THE COLLEGIAN A .ntwipwer published" semi-monthly by tlio student body of Dnnlol linker College jthBrownwood .Texas a co-cducational institution. woi'X4M tttMHptlon rate $1.00 per year advertising rates furnished upon rv- ateredlts second-class mutter February 15 1921 at the Postoflkc at Brown- wood. Tfias under tbo Art of March 3 1SD7. Acceptatico for mailing at ftetal'&le of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 11)17 MthortrfM March 2 1921. Editor !' - Henry Home Associate Editor Noble W. Prentice Butlneaa Manager Ed n. Clilllam. Jr. Asslstasl'Buslness Manager . Martin Clary FacultyTJtdvlsoryCommiltce .Miss Helen Pont Mr. C. W. McClelland Society &f AI' Ruth Skinner Bportit i'i i Maurice Coke Fiction w i Marlon Gingrich Jokes i2 J. l.uulla McQueen Exchange Editor .I Mnbcl Slnno Reported Adelaide- MeKce Reported' - - Harry Hiiki.1 t mfV EDITO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

&iS- & THE COLLEGIAN rw "J!." P 'iim'4.:J ' '1 (' ft V 5- I -Ps-" TV -?t ---Tl 'J '$K- 3 1 " oif ? It 1 Bigger Daniel Baker For A Greater BROWN WOOD i ' ! V . & w iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i.v i iirititiiiiiiifiiiriiiiiiiiifitiititiitiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitfiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiitititiiiiiitiitiitiiifiitiiitiiitiftttiiiiittfii s The following organizations have taken this space mak- ing possible this enlarged issue of the Collegian in support of the Campaign for Better Christian Education. i iiiiiti'ltiiiiatiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiittiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiifi i v h& . vo '- ' j y IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 . fiROWVHWOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THE BROWNWOO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

TP S i i t PAGE SIX THE COLLEGIAN CENTRAL DRUG STORE Is prepared to supply your wants in Drugs. CoM Drinks and Sundries Phone us at 30 end 3 1 T BASKET BALL TITLE UPPEUSMEN JINET FRESH MEN ENGAGE III FRIENDLY ill II WINNER T it U'Mfcfc" 2. Wtf& W: Many "Fish" Caught in Dragnet of Uppers; Battle Royal Staged in Celebration of Lincoln's Birthday; Mayes Fish President Takes Midnight Ride. Daniel linker Cninnus has been the scono of many lively contests Imt pro- bably none ever mo lively ns has liroii tngod on It for tlic hist few days :iml nights. The reason for the recent activities have been lulil on to the Freshmen but whither this Is true or not tho cnusc for this disorder c:in certainly Justly be Riven them In- directly. Tho Freshmen In our dear college. UP until a few iiIkIuh seem to have been unuhlu to understand their place in regard to the rest ot tho stu- dent body; therefore it devolved on the upper-classmen to make them realize their tinslgiilllcnncc. When our present F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

'd' y.-i?r -1 m . -"A V' v . r -- - f - - - DANIEL BflKER-ST. EDWARDS ; TO HOLD DUAL DEBATE THE COLLEGIAN Resolved; That the United State Should Join the League of Nations It the Question to Be Discussed by the Schools Much Interest Being Taken by Students. Ilocontly St. Edwarda CoIIcro ni Austin sent us a clinllengo to ongnrci with them In n dtinl dobato. Tim' challenge was Immediately ncreptc'' nnd communications wcro establlnho' to decide on thooqucHtlon nnd upo: tho rules for tho contest. Tlio agree ment for the debater were drawn uj by Mr. W. P. Gnlllgan noglHtrar o' St. Edwards and have boon accepted for Daniel linker by MIkh Helen Pout Professor of English in this school Tho question for the debnte liar lieor agreed upon Resolved: That the Unit ed States should Join the League o Nations. As In customary in dual do bates the affirmative teams will ntn; at their respective homes to 'dufrni' their school's honor nnd to convlnc( the judges that It would be proper foi the United S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 February 1924

.tf-U -il S PfeE EIGHT THE COLLEGIAN 1 i.. f PnTOFFICE DEPARTMEMT NFOHMATION SEHV GE laea the days of Franklin every raftnaster natural has found oc- cKon to Inveigh against a condition jhieh ha been the bane of the postal aarvlce alace tta foundation. Periodic Mjeyttematlo campaigns have been Wated against It but the evil grows srjaat aa the rapidly increasing busi aaei ot the postal service itself. Yfhe Post Office Department or in tMbflnal analysis the tax payer pays aft-lnnual toll for the support of this malignant growth amounting in round numbers to 11740000. Of late years however it has be- come more and more apparent that the Department and the tax payer are ml the only sufferers from tho evil. Pmate business and private Industry etjry year lose millions of dollars trap the same cause which strange tejelate is in most pare preventable. This economic waste this strange tnifese is nothing moro or less than the'j.careless addressing of mall mat- terj the depositing of letters a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1924

THE COLLEGIAN DANIEL BAKER COLLEGE I -tt r W Vol. XIX. FINE ARTS GLUB TO PRESENT HOKE CHINESE WILLI PLATE Opera and Drama Combined in Tony Sarg't Newest Willow Plate Production; Music Composed and Specially Written by Victor Herbert. Tro Daniel linker Fine Arts Club is bringing u real treat to Dnnlcl Baker and Brownwood. On Wednes- day afternoon and evening March 19 they will present to the public tit the Lyric Theatre the latest murlonctte production of Tang Sure "The Knm- nnce of the Chinese Willow Plate." The iiiuhIc woh composed and speci- ally written by Victor Herbert for thin show. Mr. Herbert studied care fully the story and all of Its wonder ful scenes and composed music that would be fitting and appropriate to each. When Tony Sarg's Marionettes In the Story of tho Chinese Willow Plate appear at tho Lyric Theatre on Wed- nesday March 19th the audience will Hee an effect of opera and drama nev- er before attempted In this manner. As everybody knows If ho hits puz- zled over ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1924

THE COLLEGIAN THE COLLEGIAN A ncwapapor published leinl-tnonthly by the student body of D.itilcl llakoi f'ollcKo lil llrcnwiwooil Teim u eo-eiluentlonnl institution. r Entered us HcLontl-tlnss mutter l'eliniaiy wood lulas under the Act ot Match 3( special rate of postage provided for j authorized March 2 liC'i. m - tf r .-l-u-M-M-u--1riJ-f-ur Kdltor . Associate IMItor Illlsllll'HK Mlllllllilit' Assistant Uuslness Malinger " :........ A .1. I .... ........ riiuimy iiuwsmy couillllliec.... society faPrt8 - .- Hctlon - . - Jokes L I:cIiiiiikc Killtor Kenoiter . Keiiortef . Uepoitei' Reporter . FUON Till: (JHIIAT OI'IIV SI' WHS As cxiimluatlnn time nenn we feel R not Inappropriate to n.ahe mention of ii new couise we base month heaid about. As mlnht be eM.ected fintn tlm ilmnmu turn. l Ho i..i.i.. the mm so 01 lKiu.it! d in the Vsi: ' .......... i.ointMi htnnioid i niwrsir to lie e--iift. I'he nforelilelilloned is n course ii ell leadliiK. Physical TniltiliiK nediti tile Kh'ti loi this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1924

s- THE COLLEGIAN FINE ARTS FACULTY wishes to ntnrt to the Seminary ihls spring if his health permits I think he will make n splendid pastor If he has the opportunity to study. In one of my chiircbeij there Is u much courted widow. The Koreans he heathen at last think it very ills- tiivnt tn thn I fiinur liiinli.'inil fur d - T- - SAVE IT WITH ICE BROWNWOOD ICE ft FUEL CO. Quality and Service Phone 65 l widow to marry again. Though lliej i inijui- VaHHroA. mVSHIHM; KHt. T'mf HMFHHiH jHflHEtfA. 'hrlstliius are clianglng soinownai Wong those linos this ono fllll ding's 'o the old idea". The first nlau that 'nutted her lived In the satno village mil she declared that she would move iwny If he did not craaohls atten- tion it did come to the pass Ibal die would not go to church when ohe tnew that he would be there. Soon tftcr that an elder from another linreh visited the village with an In- tention of marrying her but he loo .vas disappointed. What the Html utcome will be. 1 nv.islt with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1924

THE COLLEGIAN The United Statu Patent Office at Field for Life I.U 1 "' BytKarl Feanlng Ans't Commissioner it . i of Patent ' The Constitution of tho United States .provides for granting patents and as early as 1700 Congress enacted legislation for the grant of patcntH for Inventions. The United States latent Office as such was established In 1836 and was Included In the De- partment of the Interior when that Department was established In 1849. t.A patent Is granted an inventor to five .him exclusive 'rights In the In- vention ho discloses in his application. It Is essential therefore that the dis- closure be sufficient to Instruct fully In the performance of the invention for a areat many years college grnd- Mates have gone Into the Patent Of- fice aa examiners. Their function Is (o examine applications for patent to ate what the alleged Inventor thinks he. has produced that Is new and to act that the dlsclosuro is complete. They then Investigate the prior art a represented in pate...

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