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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 May 1934

.x 1(1' THRU POSSIBLY YOU DONT KNOW -. MmAim MMl W York City commanded a detachment of American bomben on the Italian front during the war? Sixty-eight year old Governor Clif- ford Plnchot of Pennsylvania has juat been issued a student pilot' license T The first attempt to span the Atlan- tie was made by three men la the year 1873 they took off from Brook lyn N. Y. and landed In New Ca- outn Connecticut? During the World War Germans bombarded England 58 times Lon- don Itself 12 times. Fifty air attacks were made over Paris? That a banana stalk found in the middle of a four hundred acre pas- ture was the only evidence offered against two cattle thieves of Brown county. Both are serving time for the theft? Because a fellow used his head for what God meant him to do he was able to fit a few bananas on the talk and the evidence was 100 per- cent' fool proof. ' That a family in this county was made up of three sons five daughters man and wife. The father was a me- chanical genius and Inv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 May 1934

ti "j& '.'') A V n I M f ! . ? ' ; :. M ' i fotm HIAD TAKtS THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN (Continued from page 1) Payne. In this contest was also that ancient rival Carl Pee of Simmons who took a third place. This is Head's first year at track. The shot was thrown uphill and when Mead gets a chance to throw It on level ground a new record may be set. At any rate we would advise you to watch mis Hiu Blllle go. Leonard Scott took fourth place in the mile. We must say that this is pretty fair for a sophomore. Our hat goes off to the man who can run this distance it shows plenty of endur ance. Tongate took a fourth place In 220 low hurdles. Joe couldn't run the hlg nuraies Because ne can't see over them. This was a good showing and we are proud of little Joe. Third place In the high jump was taken by Guthrie of Daniel Baker The long tall lads defeating him set a new record; so figure it out for yourself Just how Guthrie rates. Hick' man took a tie for fourth place in this event. He had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 September 1934

Vi. uvr- . i If THE COLLEGIAN BUTT WITH THE BILLIES TO A TEXAS CONFERENCE Championship Si t FROGS CROAK BILLIES I VOL. XXIX. ROWNWOOD 14 1M4 Ne. 1 LET'S I I SEE THE r DANE n OPINATOR SODOM. ifBliAt tBB04JPttBB)4BBuB9 )4StlW Ye Optnator la very happy to aee o many students both old and new. on the campus of the old college this fall. It Is his Arm belief that this will be one of the most successful years Daniel Baker has aver seen. All summer the newspapers have been carrying headlines that tell of strikes In the U. 8. and of threatened war in Europe. So far the strikes have been quieted; some even say they are good signs of returning prosperi- ty. Perhaps they are correct The threatening wars have also been evad- ed. Let us hope they continue to be merely riota and nothing serious; however we recall too well what an assassination did twenty years ago. Although Ye Oplnator is not in fa- vor of many of the ideas and actions of Adolf Hitler chancellor-president of Germany he I ; o. end...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 September 1934

a 'i s ) K i -i n ft '.J h 4 f t 1 i I Page Two THE DANIEL BAKKR z.:lA ' - R Jl THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of HrWmvood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor Wai. "Hut" ELMS Business Manager Morns Rodgors and Travis Foster Associate Editors Truett Schults Assistant Business Manager JIarvey Hickman Sports Editor Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor I ruman McAden Columnist Louise Smith Chief Stenographer Sam It. Mclnnis Faculty Advisor SLANTS AT THE FACULTY II A Z I N G S TO THE UPPERS: Fellow Uppers we are about our normal activities again. I hey are a continuation from year to year and are looked for- ward to. But we must be CAREFUL in administering our little love taps lo the frosh. There is no need to be cruel and it is verv imsportsman-like to hit a freshman harder than vou would care to be hit. There are dangers to be guarded against in even the most innocent hazing methods. He sure that you are not being too severe in your mode of disciplining our ve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 September 1934

m" o Pan Thr - THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC lunday Monday Tuesday at. 1$. .. llVNow and Forever." Shirley Temple magnificent Coo- J Lombard stand out. A grand Siur combination a thrilling fast id and imaginatively directed ato- L .nd a human and appealing theme ". . tViot Paramount nut r tD6 eiciiict"" - - i mo the making of "Now and For- Za" and that make that picture one 7 the most thoroughly delightful and entertaining nun - yve been offered In a long time. Wednesday Thursday Sept. 19 20 ..lorn to Be lad." .-The best things lawaya seem to Mme uncxpetcedly." Philosophised tovely Lotettft Young thoughful fur- tan rippling the usually placid brow bove the grave blue eyes. She re- fcrred to ber sudden elevation to star- dom in "Born to Be Bad" Joseph M. . i n..1 W Ranurk'M nnur gctneK anu wow jr. "---"-"--" joth Century picture in which she Is co-rtarreu wim ij u... Friday Saturday Sept. 21 22 The Scarlet Empress." Some of the finest horses In the world arc to be seen in "The Scarlet Empre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 September 1934

a & ) I u It i Ur t i .-.. f I I ' i fi 4 l- Bit J -ME' rii j re Pal Pur THK DANIEL lAKCR CITY'S PASTORS (Continued from page 1) only Chrlfltlan Church in Brown coun- ty stated very emphatically that his church was not Fundamentalist but a church that taught for life of today. Me stressed ttiat we live the life of today. Dr. Foster of the First Presbyterian Church had to take a lot of kidding from Dr. Davis before he was allowed the floor. It seems that the custodian of the First Church would rather hear Dr. Foster sing than preach. We all enjoyed the songs that Dr. Foster led. Reverend Chapell of the First Meth- odlst Church Is a very youthful man In his ideas as well as in yearn. He gave not only an Invitation to attend his services but an added attraction and invitation to visit the church park the park Is located on the church grounds. He suggested a few well spoken words in said park might be seriously taken. Reverend E. H. Llghtfoot pastor of the Central Methodist Church w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 September 1934

S- THE COLLEGIAN 1 BUTT WITH THE BILLIES TO A TEXAS CONFERENCE Championship L VOL. XXIX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1t34 No. 2 Ai m LET'S I SEE I THE FROGS I & CROAK I JT. BILLIES S L i fk BILLIES FROGS CLASH TONITE SrtYiTWnkSo? VIRGINIA EPLEY IS ELECTED SPONSOR BY VARSITY SQUAD Tell me if I am wrong about it but It seems to me there la quite a bit of the proper kind of enthusiasm pep to you being created in these here parts this week. (This is -written in the first part of the week but I'll bet I don't have to change a bit of it.) Citi- tens who throw orchids about from place to place too freely usually make other citizens sick but even so and notwithstanding or something we can not (meaning I cannot) refrain from bowing and scraping low in the direc- tion of cheer leaders Dillon Oober and Moore and band director Jimmle King for thn style used in getting pep rallies off so successfully from the very start. That's to use the ver- nacular the hot stuff kids. Kdltor Grady...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 September 1934

PflQB TWO THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN N ) A ' i I t 3 Ui i i if. HEWTAW IN THE BATHTUB ftaieeUted groHfoiatf h -4'034 Cfr!lii3fljfo( l"'s- THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Biownwood Tex. as second clnss matter GKADY LEACH Editor JVAI .EIlLIs .'. Business Manager Morrisi Rodders and ri rnvis I'oster Associate Editors arvey Hickman Sports Editor Elizabeth Blalock SopIpIv RHJfm. JuaiiUa Thomson Exchunire Editor Air. .any . . Columnist 1.UU1S0 anuin Chief Stenographer Sam Ii. Mdnnis Faculty Advisor EDITOR The reason for bo naming this col- umn Is very cnHlly understood If you know how I can think while bathing. Tt seems thnt every thing I ever really did do worth while originated In n bathtub. The reason I am going to irlvc for this pccularlty Is that I never have learned to swim these many yeais post and every time I get In the tub T start thinking that I might urown that leads to me thinking of the things I might possibly have done for civilization had I employed my...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 September 1934

wsfjr-'"fl Tfjjf" ".''; if' ' THKDANIIL IAKIR COLLKOIAN Three YEOPINATOR nooaiRt ve oplnator Is very happy to be Me to say that the attention of the nanlel Faker Btudent body has lm- nwvcd greatly. That could not have hn said of the group last year for .Tveral times the disturbance In cha- Z became almost as loud as the Jpeakcr. Let s eP the d work going- pai. fpnr some of the students miss ed the following statement In one of nr Powers recem cuiuuwb &o !- . ' ...i.ims to retreat It: "Those who Snow war love peace" Von Hlnden. .iirir. WHO WW wuoi"B - rooe. this statement will bear deep thought and consideration by every- one Great Interest Is being manifested in all parts of the world about Rus- sia's acceptance of an invitation to join the League of Nations. The Soviet Stntes have consented to occu- py ono of the chairs vacated recently by Japan and Germany. Some thirty nations sent the invitation to Russia. Perhaps this will mark a step toward peace In Europe. It Is recalled t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 September 1934

f N ) R il flf iJf M J; in I Page Pour THI DANIEL SAKEW COLLEGIAN THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Sunday Monday Tuesday Sept. 23 24 25 "Servants' Entrance." Name power plus u htoty with dell- ulto cntcttiiinmunt' and exploitation viiIuch jumps thin one Into the ilato- jjoiy of a Hhownmn'H show. Putting rovuiHo RngllHh on the familiar Cln- di'iollti thcnii1 thu stoiy Involves? a Huh man'H daughter Janet Unytior who fed up Willi the butterfoy nctlvi- lies of thu .social fcut casts her fortune aH a hliellnfr in the kltehetiH of the wealthy. Light story treatment make.s comedy the ptcdomlnanf factor. Swe- den Ih the noval locale. Clean and thoroughly entertaining UiIh produc- tion has mass appeal. The .story open.s with Miss (Siiynor and her liance G. P. Huntly Jr. in n dilemma on the .subject of their honey- moon. As they've seen everything the beauty spots of Hut ope take on a full hue. Walter Connolly wealthy rather of the girl gets b.id news at the critical moment which seems to .settle Idea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 September 1934

-r .' i THE COLLEGIAN 1 THE FACULTY BACKS THE HILL BILLIES 100 Per Cent STRONG ' BUTT WITH THE BILLIES TO A TEXAS CONFERENCE Championship L jr St. VOL. XXIX. PALACE t YE OPIH ATOR RODGERS Yc Oplnator wan more than well pleased with the first ball game of the season. Although he would have had the .score changed he feels that In cveiy other respect the outcome was very favorable to a successful season. It seems that Coaches Taylor and Myers have Inaugurated their careers of college coachfag In a big way. However all the effort was not ex- tended by the participants on the Held for the spirit among the stands was equally (is favorable. According to Piofessor Hart the coaches the play- ci.i the student body the ex-students and the community were tried: and from all indications not one was found wanting For Men Only These three words characterize the new magazine Ksquiic as nearly as any three we can find. The magazine came Into existence a little more than six months ago and was a sens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 September 1934

w f ;i I i .. ( . ! I rt P . i ' I tfl '( J?' A J A i i . 'if 1 i I a1 I ft Page Two AKER COLLEGIAN K-:tf.'A MIMII XJ..W DWtYouYhink So? FOSTER -1034 (foQai'f10ftJ 1939 THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor VM. ELLIS Business Manager Morris Rodders and Travis Foster Associate Editors Harvey Hickman Sports Editor Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor uuuiiiui iiiuiiiMju txcnange Editor Mr. Zany Columnist Louise Smith Chief Stenographer Sam R. Mclnnis Faculty Advisor THE DANIEL whole self into it wiin an iuc It hasn't been mentioned In the Collegian yet bilt there Is a box nt the door of the chapel auditorium In which stories for the pnper can be placed In case the writer doesn't see a member of the staff or doesn't wish to be known to the public. (Maybe this should have started out that way.) A freshman was heard the other day to say she almost decided not to come to Daniel Baker this year be- cause she was afraid of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 September 1934

"P1ri"i va ?.iif7! ii IV U ' i THI DANIIL BAK1H COLLIQIAN Hot Hole Nonsense Well kind nnd RenMo rcader-1 havc int to tell this week! Yeah there are -vcrnl tlmt have lots to say today. I have a vcrv pert rejoinder in connec- tion with my last week's spasm about woman's place In the world. Here she blows: SOME CENTS Yes! you emphasized that you are a eentlcmaii (the writer of "Not Hole Nonsense") but In the third sentence on the paiugraph talking about the better nccles of the human race you wrote a gigantic flbcrcatlon. Quota- tion1 "All American men arc gentle- men' and knowing that the women iiv htoucht on the depression they will never try to get them out' of their patVMi' Headers please bear In mind the statement "Women Brought On the Depletion." Before I finish with iu niilclo vou men readers will prob ably set stoop shouldered thinking about what you cniiHuu w -"-- "i l" the compression.) Of course nil of you know about our change off the gold standard. May I ask who star ted t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 September 1934

y ! T. I I i . ) 1: !ti J. I i Ri r M'.Er W Page Four THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Sunday Monday Sept. 30 Oct. 1. "The Cat's Paw." Abandoning the adolescent roles the stunts and paraphernalia which tlrst helped to make him one of the world's outstanding motion picture comedians Harold Lloyd leturns to the set eon n new full-grown man and recotd-breaklng audiences their faces aglow with laughter and their cheeks with Intel mlttent tents bid him a liihty heaitfelt welcome! For In "The Cat's Paw" his latest chicle In many many months i which must have been dull Indeed without him) he Is an unexpectedly different Harold Lloyd a type of comedian whom film audiences will not be prone to forget or tlie of so e.tMly. Tuesday. Wednesday October 2 3. "Desirable." Romance having deserted him Ceotge Bient has gone back to work. In "Deslt.tble" Btent has the role of a bon-vivnnf and successful young business man who falls In love with the daughter of a btilllant Btoadway sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 October 1934

'iHSiutietietan utlsrM.t P 1 " THE COLLEGIAN 1 YEA BILLIES FIGHT EM BILLIES FIGHT! FIGHT! BUTT THE KANGAROOS BACK TO AUSTRALIA L II I Fk VOL. XXIX. MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVED t Don t You Think So? FOSTER In tlm flrst issue of the Harvard Crimson campus publication of Har- vaid. the editor of the paper addressed the .students of the 1934-35 terms in a very set ions vein warning them of the value of time and the costliness of waste of time. In bringing out his point he stated that the students are this year "entering the final Btage of education." It is this last phrase that reduced the value of the editorial in the eyes of thinking students and oth- ers ulikc. To state that one's educa- tion is in its "final stage" in college is the same as saying that one has felt the rigors of war after seeing kittle .scenes In a newsreel. Arthur Brisbane the greatest news- paper reporter living today gave the Harvard student's editorial a brief but' rather scathing mention in his column some few weeks ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 October 1934

u 7 4 !L I i i If -j i' 'B .1 is Paga.Twe THE DANIKL 1AKER COLLEGIAN 5C--7iT MlMiia i.V ftamfate jihUef late frrt THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN . Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager Morris Rodger and Travis Foster Associate Editors Harvey Hickmun Sports Editor Elizabeth Blnlock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor Billy Dillin Feature Writer Mr. Zany Columnist Louise Smith Chief Stenographer Sam R. Mclnms Faculty Advisor Reports : "Hank" Lee Ruth Johnston Louise Moore Mallie Kilgore Sara Collins Polly Ann Barnes Emmarie Hemphill. MENTAL ECONOMY Foster An Atlantic Monthly .writer recently propounded the follow- ing social-economic law which he said can be applied to mankind the world over: "Man tends always to satisfy his needs and desires with the least possible exertion." A few minutes of reflection upon the thought is sufficient to convince one of the logic it contains. But there is danger of misinte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 October 1934

I i ll iMt I'll' I'M M II .v ' r-jpri. in. i wrwiww 7.TyVWi t Jflff-iU i" THIDANIIL iAKIH C0LL10IAN Pais Thraa THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Sunday Monday Tuesday Oct. 7 t o Dames." Those who know her best say that mere are really three Ruby Keeler. First there la the Ruby Keeler who Is Mrs. Al Jolson the wife of the fa- mous comedian. Next there Is Ruby Keeler the act- rf who in a little more than a year has 'climbed to a screen stardom of '' LHaBnaBBBaf kmI -BLmBLLaLLLLw W faVv' VIKji: qLH Tf ' 4H. jbiHb' "'AJiaBBBB . . VwjRi - BBBBBBBBBBBBKVUBBBr I " ;T& .bbbW? :asF w Biv2lHBBBBBBWBr jf . -.Bw aBBBBBBSEiJBr J yT It Takes All Kinds (Win. Ellis) Snooper-Ism Dear Snooner: What ovot. vmi tn don't stop snooping; around. If there IS anythintr I like it la thn Inumat Inw down dirt. And believe me unonner you are the one who can drag It out of the dark corners. My nature lust naturally calls for a certain amount of scandal and your column Snooper gives me pienty or nourishment. Yours truly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 October 1934

a i I n I i 1 : v r w. r. i Page Pour THE DANIEL IAKER COLLEGIAN DON'T YOU THINK (Continued from page 1) estcd In complete preliminary educa- tion can get It with minimum inter ference from indifferent disinterested "students" that Infest nearly all the larger campi solely because they are "sent to college" or come for the ex- it a currlcular activities such as gin paitles week-end house drags and funny magazines of the campus. But given my choice between a full coutse at Oxford nnd almost any Ameiican college or university 1 would not hc?ltate to choose the Ameiican school. That Is because the modern Ameiican school is found- ed upon the principal of Improving the life of the student and not "pre- paring" lot life. If there Is a pro- nounced "take It or leave it" atmos- pheie In American schools it is sim- ply because deans and presidents are fully aware that many students do not tty to get the most out of oppor tunity and never will. JUST SNOOPING AROUND SLANTS YPTHK (Continued fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 October 1934

CIs55Jw5? s " to.'yfr'xiWf m-y V.tt i VI '.. THE COLLEGIAN 1 GET THAT SPIRIT FIGHT THOSE BOBCATS L r YEA I U BILLIES KIGHT'EM 1 BILLIES I FIGHT! I U FIGHT! 1 jfs VOL XXIX. BILLIES 1 IE OPINATOR RODQERS No country in the world is rich enough to conquer another by war for no country can repay another for its dead." This statement seems to cover the imprnctlcality of war very well but the startling thing about It Is that Adolf Hitler was the speaker. If Hit- ler would only remember that the world would have nothfng to fear from Nazi Germany. While speaking of war It might be well to mention the war picture that was shown last week. "All Quiet on the Western Front" Is not a new pic- ture but its showing Is by no means untimely at the present with war threatening. The screen version of Erich Mm la Remarque's story won the awntd of the Academy of Arts and Science several years ago as the best production of the year. The plot reveals the tactics used by the pro- fessors to induce school bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 October 1934

! I h i til I $ l r. i4 ) "? u : H i-r. P Two THE DANIKL IAKER fes xiaSJ NOT MIMtlW -IM4 (MflfiiiTilijflrt 1MB- THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager Morris Rodgurs and Travis Foster Associate Editors Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Harvey Hickman Sports Editor Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor Billy Dilhn Feature Writer Mr. Zany Columnist Louise Smith Chief Stenographer kam K. Alcinnis Faculty Advisor Reports: Mallie Kilgore Carl McCurdy H. Dunn Dick Connally IBL TOO MUCH OK EVERYTHING? Has there ever existed a machine that was so perfect as to need no further attention ? Is there a structure that is so perfect that it could not be improved upon? Has there ever been a book written a picture painted a sermon preached that has defied all criticism and pleased all? Who is the person with the mind filled to capacity with the knowledge of mankin...

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