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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 October 1934

! J v-w4 4 THIDANIIL lAKIR COLLEGIAN Paid ThrM THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Monday Oct. 15 "Th House of Rothschild" "The House of Rothschild" Is one of the grandest pieces of entertain- ment to reach the screen in years. Big impressively Inspiring sometimes courageously daring It is intimately c!oe. It deals with historical facts the ambitions Intrigues jealousies and hatreds of men and nations be- hind the world-moving events or In its more intimate phase where in the Rothschild family Is symbolic when it portrays the glory of a race which emerged from the tragedies of eternal persecution It is close to the last word In sincere understanding and con- vincing production. The picture's story is the history of Europe from the late 1790's to Na- poleon's Waterloo out of which the modern woria evoivea. mo num- schlld family particularly Nathan Is emblematic of the influential part the Jewish race played in the making of a new world. In the prelude dying Mayer Rothschild advises his children t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 October 1934

57F.' i ( N r a i I YU o u I .). I 'ft I. I1 M' rv Page Pour THI DANIEL SAKIR COLLEGIAN ZANY ASKS (Continued from page 1) giec at Teachers College Columbia it being an exhaustive research en titled "A Statistical Study of Eml nent Women. She used Cattell's meth od of the encyclopedia. And unless a woman was written up in at least three different sets she was not rated "eminent." Miss Sutton had planned on getting 1000 women for this list She got 868 nnd stalled; she was out of material. Mary Queen of Scots Is the most eminent of all women in his tory. She received 607 lines for an average. Constanza Bonaepnrte squeezed in with three lines as an average. Miss Sutton-selected twenty of the most "eminent" on her list and compared them with those of Dr. Cat tell's list of thirty-two there were fifteen Included on both lists. Aside from women now living this group of fifteen might be considered famous Mary Stunrt Queen of Scots; Queen Elizabeth; Joan of Arc; Madame de Stael French writer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 October 1934

lA-j?jJK. ; " Jf:'ii THE COLLEGIAN YEA BILLIES FIGHT 'EM BILLIES FIGHT! FIGHT! BUTT WITH THE BILLIES TOA TEXAS CONFERENCE Championship L VOL. XXIX. ROWNWOOD TEXAt) FRIDAY OCTOEER 19 1934 No. 6 i i y B DontYouThinkSo? FOSTER Every newspaper has Its ghosts and characters of bad repute. Like Mr. Zany of TheColleglan. It la aald that no one has ever Been Mr. Zany who blurbs out Into print with statements Intended to arouse an argument with the girls or women or ladles. It is said that he slips his copy under The Collegian office door In the silence of the night and quietly steals away to think up more such rot as he has had printed up to now. (If Zany Is a friend of mine he will forgive the use of the word "rot.") LQBOES MEET STRONG HILL BILLIE LINE TONITE seriously now. I can't agree with him in his statements about the femi- nine element. Some of the dames are really almost brilliant. Take for in- stance the little gal who thought up the crack that goes as follows. She was telling ano...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 October 1934

m f I M . ' A 7 i' A t 1 1 . v: 3 .A 4 HP I l I '. f i'h . . 1 i . i : ! 8 Page Tw THI DANIEL AKMCOLUeOIAN Si! LSI ' '' 'Mr Jr " Vf.j fit . MMOH MXCMP THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager Morns Rodgers and Travis Foster Associate Editors Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Harvey Hickman Sports Editor Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor Billy Dillin Feature Writer Mr. Zany Columnist Louise Smith Chief Stenographer Sam R. Mclnnis Faculty Advisor REPORTERS: Mary Holmes Polly Ann Barnes Frosh Stanford and H. L. Lee It Takes All Kinds (Compiled by Win. Ellis) EXCHANGE Ask the Kangaroo I enjoy your puper every week very much but don't you think Mr. Sellers ought to change his ad just a little. For Instance: "Sellers is backing a losing team this year also" would ap- pear to me as a good substitute for what he is now running. R. B. Wag- oner Oklahoma. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 October 1934

sRsUTJTTSj .i.ti '! 'vft.'i.sr.v&ftUf iwi " "--- """" H7 .ftX'-. ' ' k n -r - i ; 5 ! age ThfM TH1 PANISL SAK1R COLLKOIAN JMflMKOIH;r BBEnM LaaBwiBaBBaKM' ' '' -!mmlmtesm BBBBBaaiaBBBBBBrC i 't"- sF-'k. BBBBBaaflif ; aa HaaaaaBV IHk waBBaaT'a HHd"LnRw BBBBBB "f BJ BHS9i ! ''? i'SS9 .'.bbbbKii ' V VaBBBBKBBBBBFIPr'S '!'';. wB.1- v BBBBBTfwdUfl BBBBBBBBBBBar'.v:sV .!?'. flBBBBr' wab BEB'Y'':UfiW'Pi-." bbbbk''I'b1 HSZLjaaBBWPIPt .JP yy WFT' 0bbbb&--; &'JM i Mn. Wigge of the Cabbage Patcli THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday Saturday Oct. 19 20 "Mn. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch." Pauline Lord celebrated American star makes her screen debut in "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cabbage Patch" Para- mount's adaptation of Alice Hegan Rice play written in collaboration with Anne Crawford Flexner. Directed by Norman Taurog the film which has preserved all the homely lovable philosophy of the novel and play also has W. C. Fields ZaSu Pitts Evelyn Venable and Kent Taylor in the principal roles. Saturday M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 October 1934

' I f I I t irsi Page Pour THI DANIEL IAKIR COLLEGIAN YE OPINATOR RODGERS The world has been startled by the mobilizing forces In Russia under Sta lin In Italy tinder Mussolini in Ger- many under Hitler more recently In Knglnnd under Sir Oswald Mosley and now France Ih said to bo following suit. Colonel dc la Kocque and his i;roix Up Feu followers have some new and diastic plana for the French peo- ple If they ever gain control of the government. HIh organization Is said to resemble the others In Kurope but they have no military uniforms as yet. They leaped Into prominence last Feb- niary during the bloody riots in Paris their membership is composed of men who saw active service in the recent war or who were decorated then. They hold the communists and soci- alists us archfoes; and outline their ambition as follows: "When the hour strikes we shall pour into the streets of Paris and other French cities and overthrow the government and make ourselves the government and give the French...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 October 1934

- -vrv-w IH THE COLLEGIAN 1 YEA BILLIES FIGHT EM BILLIES FIGHT! FIGHT! BUTT WITH THE BILLIES TO A TEXAS CONFERENCE Championship L r A &k aMHHB3 VOL. XXIX. PLANS FOR DB HOMECOMING ARE NEARING COMPLETION BILLIES CATS TO CLASH TONITE Dm'lYMTtokSe? FOSTER Just a minute ago I tore up a piece of paper on which I had started thin column off with a paragraph on the It Takes All Kinds column running on the editorial page of The Collegian in which I was going to air a suspicion that the readers who write all those letteis in are very funny people not to say downright witty people in fact we will say downright witty people. But I decided that it would not be do- ing the readers who intend to contri- bute to Wm. Ellis' column justice to hold up the letters that have already been published as being too funny and mnybe discourage someone in his intentions. So I tore up the page on which I had said that. Turning quickly from that and gal- loping on to another topic in this fast- moving cavalca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 October 1934

!' t J .1 7 ll i iii Hi 1 1 if a Tw THE DAN I it lAKIR M f ftmttortl Wltjfartt fri L'wwiMtJWwit ' conference tllti Hardln-Slmmons vt . Southwestern and Howard Payne vs. McMurry. We believe Southwestern will pitch the Cowboys for a loss but the Jacket-Indian affray looms as a doubtful one. Ordinarily we would pick the former but since McHurry's crlDDled team defeated the Cunvon Teachers 17-7 we are prone to be lieve our neighbors are In for sixty minutes of trouble. COLLEGIAN i rrfl THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter S??tMACH Editor WM. ELLIS :........... Business Manager Morris Rodgers und Travis Foster Associate Editors Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent StTlu&f sPrts Editor Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor T 4rm Cei6l 1 m a m o it V ' vniei ownograpner Sam R. Mclnnis Faculty Advisor Abilene Christian came through last week with an Imnreaalva vlctorv over Trinity. Many rated the C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 October 1934

R55S if ' ' - -st' " 1 ' AS l'v - -i 1Ui. .j t . 1 1; n Who's It? "Lady could you give a hungry fellow a bite to eat?" queried a voice from the back door. The woman spoken to atopped kneedlng the bread for supper and looked askance with a smile of un- derstanding hovering about her little cupld-bow mouth Just in time to receive on her lips the' kiss that was meant for her golden tresses. When Tom released her she scowled him justly. "Thomas Bradford Jr. some day you are going to get Into trouble with that voice throwing business ooeki" unfinished in a gasp of delight Tom was again crushing her to him while both of their minds traveled back four years to the Incident that had been responsible for bringing them togeth- er. Tom had been with the Welker Bros. Carnival then putting on a ventriloquist and voice imitation act. The carnival while stopping in Pecos a little town of West Texas was the cause of bringing the two together for the first time or maybe It was Tom's love for chocola...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 26 October 1934

w $ I M v ' t 1 I ' ) h I -V t .. u Pf Four THt DANIIL lAKBR COLLKQIAN THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday Saturday Oet. 26 27 Rob ert Montgomery and Maureen O'tul- llvan in "Hide-Out." A story of a big city playboy who found the big city too hot and had to THE NUT CRACKER By Who Cares "How did you find the girls?" "Opened the door marked "women" and there they were." Puppet WJmWF ?afliaaaaaaafl M. X. . v' a naJlaWIHFiMBBaBBaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaav X aWK5 kaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaaW jt "lfV ia aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVafe - w$!Hifiaal LaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV - V' H J.'-il-'aB aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW . ':i 4 aS kkkWKI!A JXdHlaaaaaV Robert Montgomery and Maur een O'Sullivan in "Hide-Out' hide out for awhile in on a little mid- western farm . . . and what a lot of fun the cows and chickens had watch- ing him try to lead the simple life. Saturday Midnight and Monday and Tuesday October 29 30 "Cleopatra." Romance written in words of fire deep in the hearts of the lovers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1934

&' . ' A. THE COLLEGIAN 1 THE FACULTY BACKS THE HILL BILLIES 100 Per Cent STRONG BUTT WITH THE BILLIES TO A TEXAS CONFERENCE Championship J? L r M ' VOL. XXIX. PROGRAM FOR HOME COMING ANNOUNCED TODAY MEDITATIN IN THE BATHTUB II is a terrible thing to have to take a bath in the water that flows fiom the .spigots in our homes today but take n bath I did! And while sub- merged I arrived at the conclusion that if it docs not rain in the imme- diate future Brownwoodites will be put on a bath allowance and the stu- dents of this institution won't have to lead .such rot as is issuing from 'sold scribe. The fust thing I want to do this week is to apologize to the students and faculty for the little verse that so cleverly escaped my notice nnd worm- ed its way into the Exchange column last week. Blame no one but the edi- tor he fell down on the job. But I assure you that there will be no repe- tition. .Students should refrain from turn- ing in such articles or selecting them from other p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1934

i I I I 0' I LI; a " i. fw li 1 vl . irsi V I I I " I (TK M h m: c i t'H. Kige Two res -: k m Hi THE DANIEL IAKER J W. ttil --... VftWtL. -' il t' 7 A l .rl AdMUl f HfrUSi 1 IfSfM r p tthVAiM iwumm ? ' AT:VJi'VMtSi ' Srt VIvr-ti'V ' f. 'f Lj lilL-JYHilJ rt S-. VJWy L S V Wasted been util WASTED TIME istcd time ! If since tho creation all the wasted time had been utilized we would be a minion years n """' """IS tonight I've got a couplo tickets. use. Nothing is so harmful or less conductive to the mental iu- M""111' cilities as idle wasted time. The difference between a success aid 0tLnsll)nay a WW rumor tsk tsk To Miss Inquisitive: thnnks for the bltiib Inst week. I've had six ciaies ami one iioposnl since last Friday. By the wnv. I hear uteres a sweii snow s.-. v.. CXotUtcd eolUgittf mi "1034 Cflllfoifllf JJi 93S. THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Ihownwood Tex. as second class matter Editor Business Manager . rtssuciaie manors GUADY LKACII WAI. ELLIS MorrN Rodgo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1934

v V :1 jrift ;K ' i 'V'-j - .'. THI DANIEL BAKIW COLLEGIAN Page Thru BILLIES DOWN THOSE COWBOYS -for- PAANDMA Opposite Post Office HMiiMimA A i JUST SNOOPING AROUND With Marine Show Marine Exhibit To Appear Here Commencing next Monday Novem- ber 5th the Pacific Marine Research Company of Long Beach California brings to Brownwood to exhibit for four days the 1000 Marine Specimens captuted on the recent South Seas Expedition. Theie ate some very rare and gi- gantic specimens of sea life to be seen in this exhibit many of which have not hcretofotc been seen by the hu- man eyes The specimens are housed in a Giant 100 Foot Ship which will be placed in the lot near the Post Office on the corner of Center and Adams street. Among the peculiar specimens arc a Gi.iut Sea Turtle weighing 1625 pounds a nine foot Porpoise a 326 pound Black Sea Bass hundreds of tea slplls and Hawaiian fish and the largcht of all the Fish family a Mola Moli v. hich weighs over a ton. There are nsi five different s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 2 November 1934

fc I ft. 'T A I . t U i H I ( i m - Pago Four THI DANIEL 1AKIH COLIEOIAN THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Frldny Saturday Nov. 2 3 Mae West In "The Belle of the Nineties." In "Belle of tlio Nineties" Mnc West Mililcs thmugh an adventurous love- iwllim story which has as Its back- ground two of the most colorful cities of tint peilod: New Oilcans La. and f'l. Louis. Mo. With the Mississippi ilver coming In for Its share of local color Miss West's new scicon offering dtatnn- Hpoh the strident days when men "iiiubled with hearts paid off on ai.es and fought for fun. j illm Is cast as Ruby Outer the I ipntei of a whli Ipoul of action that I rlmrs hot down the rlvci fiom n St. I picture now at the Lyric Theatre when Penbody made his entrance. 11' was a party scene and what could be more natural than for Pea- body to sit In with his banjo as a means of enlivening the party. The accommodating musician got off a duct with Lee Tracy which was re- corded for the films. Ah for Tracy's part in the duet a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1934

- r. 'i! A THE COLLEGIAN i I 1 i ; LET'S DEFEAT 1 Li I. X McMURRY i ft. fhrf I !." TONITE $1 1 L ft-l VOL. XXIX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10 1934 No. 9 A tto WELCOME TOTHE I EXES gf JUANITA YE OPINATOR RODQERS After reading all of the comments that reach the hands of the writer of It Takes All Klnda" Ye Oplnator wonders if anyone ever finds some- thing In favor of the publication. If you do now is the time to come to the aid of the staff. I believe that a few flowers would be appreciated by all. Of course no reflections are cast upon the author of said column. The various opinions are enjoyed but why not have all kinds. Ye Oplnator with quite a few other students and supporters of Daniel Ba- ker traveled to Abilene last Friday to back the Billies In their encounter with the Hardin-Slmmons Cowboys. Just as every one else Ye Oplnator was greatly disappointed over the out- come of that affray. Yes It was a good game but the thing that hurt the students the faculty the friends ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1934

Page Two THI DANIIL IAKER KtS It Takes All Kinds (Compiled by Wm Ellis) &w& COL.EaiArmm!SSZZm .-.- . uwMM&X3SSaaVatXd&iv '7BHBBBBBBBBBBBBBmbVBB1 iHIILiLHRiiii ytfO!HHMMBHaBl PALACE DRUG CO. A Daniel Baker Supporter i 'I ) 1 i I '.l t f .'i m MtHBIN tactate4 CaUtfiate JlrtM THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Kntcrwl at Tost Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager Morris Roclirers and Travis Foster Associate Editors I5ESSIE PEAItCE Sports Writer bam Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent MARY HOLMES Circulation Manager Elizabeth Blnlock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor ONAI.OISE HOWELL Columnist Mr. Zanv Columnist MARY KATIIERINE ELDER Features HELEN 1'OST WRIGHT Faculty Advisor REPORTERS: Polly Aim Barnes Eileen Satterwhite Peggy Charnquist Louise Moore Mary Hart Roberta Moore. fea-JO JtaWEFIBLB tgjsfaj ? --X?XZm--m&- A TIN GODS Where is the person that has not at some time or other had the prop.s knock...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1934

V" mfmmwmiwmm rA . M BMMMMMTHgDANIIL SAK1W COLHOIAN AUSTIN MILL & GRAIN CO. Modern Millers GOLD ARROW FLOUR CAKE FLOUR GOLD ARROW FEEDS Telephone 1 4 Brownwood Texas Chapter II 'Woman's Place In The World' . Can woman ortatt? Have they ever created? Will they ever create? Zany Is not aure but he thinks not; and he believes this la hardly a mere masculine or personal opinion. As we read the Uvea of men of genius It seems doubtful that there has been a single great creative achievement of man In which woman has not played a part as the insplrer the companion the faith-builder often the practical guide and helper. But In that vast and inextinguishable will to power that restless and driving ambition that towering contempt of obstacles that Inexhaustable energy that sweep of Imagination that goes out beyond the world's "utmost pur- ple rim" and achieves new knowledge creates new vision new theories of life and the universe and destiny and God and builds new umpires of the mind and s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 November 1934

I -I ) " l ' 4 9' Page Four Casts and Forecasts The game In Abilene last week was the most heart-breaking game that has been witnessed In many a moon. Kitst of nil the Billies were unlucky In the toss getting the wind In their faces to begin. This hindered Hick man's punting and allowed the Cow hands to make the lone tally of the affray. But from then on the Billies wore Indeed a fighting bunch of Coats. Hickman's long punt In the rccond quarter was the prettiest one we have seen this year. With the loss of that game the local ."quad lost possession of the top place in the conference but they still have n mathematical possibility to bring the crown to the Blllle camp. It all depends on whether St. Edwards or .".outhwestet n arc successful in turn imr back the Jackets. If Howard Payne meets defeat at the hands of either of these teams and Baker wins the i est of her games the award is ours'. A lot of probabilities in that hut this Is the year of upsets you know. Someone has said "Go ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 November 1934

m mtn& SRfc 0H I THE COLLEGIAN BILLIES BATTLE THOSE PIRATES FIGURE YOUR ARITHMETIC IN THIS $PACE I ' ls L II '- I njssaSissBBSBBBBSBBEEss VOL. XXIX. YOU MEHTATW IN M BATHTUB Living almost la Brady and not hav- ing a mode of conveyance the Medita- tor has been wet most of thin week consequently he has done some brain expending. The one thing that Is most import- ant this week is the announcement that the Collegian may go into the hands of the receivers unless some of the businesses of this fair city jar loose with a rew ads. it taxes money to do things and though you may doubt it the Collegian is a thing. The students of the college should support the advertisers of the Collegian. The Meditator has never believed in peace never believed that peace could possibly prevail for any great length of time. In fact a dispute up- roar commotion tumult general hos- tility and war are brewing in and around the Collegian office. This aforementioned workshop is a place of business and not of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 November 1934

'fl t Page Two THE DANIEL BAKER N SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS A Telephone 278 1417 Austin Howard Carmichael Ed Stalcup i K Li i 1 i . n i r W i 1.. f $ F j J . J If v I $m S2F lli Al 1 fci M Cffliiia I ib 1W t vi.. tNi.y iaw) MikiMta AJi.bT m ftMeriatod Cellulate x -'" (MrtblrM( THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager Morris Rodders and Travis Foster Associate Editors BESSIE PKAKCE Sports Writer Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent MARY HOLMES Circulation Mannger Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thotnason Exchange Editor ONALOISE HOWELL Columnist Mr. Zanv Columnist MARY KATHERINE ELDER Features HELEN POST WRIGHT Faculty Advisor REPORTERS: Polly Ann Barnes Eileen Satterwhite Peggy Charnquist Louise Moore Mary Hart Roberta Moore. EXCHANGE Campus Philosophy Never marry a person who accepts you for lack of a better opportunity. Grammar adorns but It doesn't make a gentleman. Doing a ...

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