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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 November 1934

r. THI HlMiai BAMBB ...-- Bann Tr"""" wvuimoiAN Pais Three THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Saturday Nov. 24 "LimahouM Hum." This is one of the first films to come out of Hollywood In a Ions; time that deals with London's noted Chinatown. The story is a thrilling account of a three-cornered fight for love between George Raft as the silk smuggler Anna May Wong as his worshipper and sweetheart and Jean Parker as the operative of Raft's ri- val. Through a maze of complicated smuggling deals Raft 'and Miss Par- ker are drawn closer together. How Miss Parker finds happiness and real love and how Raft and his Chinese sweetheart solve their problems bring the film to an unusual finale. Sunday and Monday Nov. 25 26 The Barretts of Wlmpole Street." Norma Shearer Frederic March and Charles Laughton have each been aw a i (led the Motion Picture Academy Award for previous performances. Now Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer brings J;4lijMBiBWawBTBTBTBTBTB PJpHbIbH PAvlSKk. ' jBbkBb rwIFH- fJLYBYaYH L4hBKv JKalHBHBiiaHB...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 23 November 1934

I I't ' i I h '! Page roue THI DANIIL iAKIR SBES3ES3HBB9HHHHH1HHBHHB t wmjw ww tt m"" DO YOU BELIEVE? llll !- Answers to Tantalizing Tantrums 1. In the Rlsh Free State. 2. Theodore Roosevelt. 3. Electricity is not visible. 4. The mountainous districts of the t topical and subtropical America. . An anchor. 0. Captain John Woodward Philip of the battleship "Texas" at the de- stination of Admiral Cevera's aqua- dion off Santiago Harbor Cuba. 7. Crocodile. SLANTS AT THE FACULTY MRS. WRIGHT Question: Where were you born? Answer: Born in Indiana; so glad you don't ask when! Q: What schools have you attend- ed? A: Maryvillc College Maryville Tennessee; the University of Tennes- see at Knoxville and University of Chicago. Q: Did you ever fall a course In .school ? A: No. Q: What positions or occupations have you held to date? A: Primary teacher in an academy substitute for any of the grade post tion.s Latin and English teacher In high school high school principal su- perintendent of city sc...

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

THE COLLEGIAN nssi NT COBRA OF THE CAMPUS i l d .Ji -MHBQ VOL. XXIX. AMAZONS TARZANAS MEET ONE NITE NEXT MEDITAW IN THE BATHTUB The most successful men that the Meditator ever met are neither opti mists nor pessimists but men of Just ntiin common sense. Ana tnese come a seldom that it puzzles the Medita tor just how civilisation ever got to the present state or being. A great majority of the people the Meditator is acquainted with are so narrow minded that their eyes are as close together as that of Cyclopse Their eyes are so near that they are cockeyed and their vision is trajected around the head and right back thru their self loving single-tracked poor ly functioning caranlums. A person trying to plead for the right to do something with one of this type had lust as well be pleading with a moun tain in fact the mountain would at least echo the pleadings whereas the trajectory of the wide visloned one would be out -of focus witn yov thoughts and would never come re- motely near to ...

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

PaejaJTwa TMI wamibl AKM COLLEGIAN SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS i l ) 1417 Austin Howard Carrnichael Telephone 278 Ed Stalcup s I ' t I pi kiB MIMIII JlJi ftatcfott WtMlatt Ettas l4 dtSSfliticit '" - THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN DO YOU BELIEVE? Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager MORRIS RODGERS Associate Editor TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Elizabeth Blalock '. Society Editor Junnita Thomason Exchange Editor Mr. Zany Columnist Mary Holmes Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor TEXAS (Author Unknown) Texas occupies all of the continent of North America except a small part set aside for the United States and Canada. Texas owns the north half of the Rio Grande the only dusty river in the world; also the only one with the possible exception of the Trin- ity which is navigable for pedestrians and mud-cats. Texas is bounded on the North by twenty-five or thirty State...

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

frcft ; i l."iW"";i'i "V " r : ft IS SBE'S5!3frBMBT'rTrBrffnMMCalff"rExg . few: Tp;r sp W7j;www mwrV'sTf''- wKrTwvnwOnmi u t i Billies Sink 12 Pirates; Use 6 Goats Last Fri Playing super football' the Billies downed the Southwestern Pirates 12- 6 in one of the .best games the Billies have played this season. The punting of Reeves Hickman for the Billies In the first quarter of play put the Pirates In the hole and when Flkes fumbled Hickman's second punt on their own three yard line Ballings recovered and Hickman took the ball over for the first counter of the game. Conger's try for extra point was wide. The Pirates received and ripped off -. irt downs before they were fin- ally forced to punt. The Billies lost the ball on downs ana pumea 10 vines. The Pirates punted back to the Baker 38 yard line where" the Billies pro- ceeded to march for a touchdown. 62 Yards to Pay Dirt onnrforflM nicked uo three yards to start the drive; Bill White added four and Hickman came through with a beau...

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

? I ! - I k 1 1 I Pago Fur THE DANIIL SAKSB COLLIOIAN HEAQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES BETTIS GIBBS Inc. Aorttt tht ttrNt frtm the Cltltens lank AMAZONS AND (Continued from page 1) back boys wotta back? Better come and see for yourself. Tony Little to Shine Tony Little sophomore has been chosen as sponsor of the Amazons. Aa customary the sponsor will kick off and show off in the usual manner at the beginning of the game. In the Tarianaa Camp At this sitting this scribe has little to say about the Tarzanas not hav- ing seem them function but he feela sure that they will be very capable of matching the Amazons In hair-pulling scratching giggling eacetera. Another Hickman The mammoth Beatrice Hickman la playing drawback for the Tarsanas. She has been sticking her foot Into the spheroid for punts of 40 and SO yards all season. She is a much better pass tosscr than her famous brother Reaves. She totes the leather like a kangaroo c'arries its kid. She goea through that line like a on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1934

V. I'! f ' THE COLLEGIAN -"' I b. - iLUW A I 1 vol. XXIX. ROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 1934 No. 12 AMAZONS AND TARZANAS BATTLE TO SCORELESS TIE YE OPINATOR RODGER After a rather prolonged absence Ye Oplnntor has come around to writ- ing his column again. That -Is of course If It can be termed a column. ThP writer Is a little uneasy about calling himself a columnist for Ernest Hemingway has this remark to make about such "But personal columnists arc jackals and no Jackel has been known to live on grass once he had learned about meat no matter who lriiiofi the meat for him." It seems that ttie thing for ye Oplnator to do Is to call his an impersonal column. Ye Oplnator went to the show last Sunday night and saw a picture that should make any true member of our present society think quite a bit. The plctuie "An Imitation of Life" dealt with the old old problem of racial mlxtuies and the resulting antipath ies. The problem presented was that of a negro girl who was white enough to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1934

k Page Twe THI OANIIL RAKIR SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS t .1 5 u 1417 Austin HowanhCarmichael Telephone 278 I Ed Stalcup r L ' I Jl ' v .v & ft i i I... J 1"rj (VH.BH H B kW THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH VVM. ELLIS MORRIS RODGERS TRAVIS FOSTER Sara Collins Elizabeth Blalock Juanita Thomason Mr. Zany Mary Holmes Helen Post Wright wiSSSB1 PITY THE MAN WITH STEADY NERVES One of the most interesting articles to be published within recent months appeared in the November Cosmopolitan titled "I'm a Neurotic and Glad of It" and was written by Professor Louis E. Bisch formerly a member of the New York Polyclinic Medical School and hospital. In this article Dr. Bisch starts his amazing opinions by giving what he believes the correct defini- tion of a neurotic. The person who worries and wallows in the depths of despair one moment and soars to new levels of optimism the next ; the person who constantly has the shadows of a da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1934

w555WWBill(Mftl(5i StBBwPsiBlaWfis21Jl33 . T r r-i irwlij r jl I) I' j I Paia Three ( : Not Hole Nonsense in moaeL tlmU jurtiy expect womenjejE0 ar not collet rrada to Sve greatness. But during the last fiftv yean wiuun which time there have been host of women college graduates only fifty percent of them have ever married while ninety per- cent of women in general have mar- ried. Furthermore an enormous per- centage have had no children. Grade of Bryn Mawr Vassar Smith and other women's colleges have produced only one-half child apiece. Certainly motherhood has not been a serious handicap to these picked female intel- lects. Still further a large percentage of the most eminent women living have goodly broods of children. F. A. Woods biologist has shown that the ablest women especially the great women of royalty of whom there were many have the most children. The greater they were the more chil- dren they had! A. Ncmilov Russian physician ar- gues that the great indeed brutal aim of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 December 1934

I 1 !L. ' 1 4 i ii i ? ri. - ags Fsur THE OANIIL BAKSR COLLEGIAN BUY PRACTICAL GIFTS Underwear Hosiery Gloves Bags Dresses Hats Suits BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Acroit the Street from Cltltena Bank tokYs" HL Statistics Given On Foul-Mindedness Quoting George Jean Nathan: "That taking one with another wo- man's minds arc less clean than men's is a fact which while sufficiently rec- ognized by men In the mass has yet strangely so far as I know not found Its commentator or analyst' on paper." Any man who moves about in fem- inine society and who is not deaf can testify to the fact that women's con- versation whatever the specific na- ture of its initial Impulse sooner or later Is Inevitably bound to get around to sex. Now do not get the idea that we think sex is dirty. It is a thing that should be discussed openly and frequently but there is a means of do- ing it; a time for doing it that is not taken into consideration by the fe- males. A man will say frankly openly plainly what is In hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1934

""'"'" 'Vt- THE COLLEGIAN 1 hi vou XXIX. ROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1934 No. 13 T Am A I r I YE OPINATOR By Morris Rodger It is a little late for comments and opinions on football; but ye Oplnator can not pass up an opportunity to say he Is glad to see that the Southwest Conference has at last received the recognition It Is due. Even Orantland Rice master sports authority says that It is the toughest conference In the nation. Another great sportsman recently stated that he believed either Rice or Southern Methodist could come as near or nearer to defeating Minnesota than any other team In the nation. Perhaps that Is a strong statement; but we know the South west has an excellent intersectlonal record for the season. Now Uiat the Rose Bowl game Is the only major football tilt remaining are we going to lose the athletic spirit and wait until September rolls around again? Students It Is our duty to support our basketball team as well or better than we did the football wuad. Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1934

l . if I t :-M i 'L ' 1 si ( ft. : a 1 ;i ! & 4 Pagt Two THt DANISH. 1AKIR COLLEGIAN ' .i vfi.h mm n r. m 'mwrn i . . 1 l'j. b. -sv r vyr Myrf THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor lim T.T T TO ( vv i. cjuuio Business Manager MORRIS RODGERS Associate Editor TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor Mr. Zany Columnist Mary Holmes Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor SLANTS AT THE FACULTY r . . rM-"SS"""L.-iT 'ZLW . J H.. rrrrrrrr V t t '&& NUT TROUHLE AND MONKEY BUSINESS It seem that something should be clone about the numerous fatal automobile accidents that are taking place on every corner every day. But instead of doing anything about it the auto fac- tories are making improvements daily in their machines and God's machines are doing tilings daily that are nuttier and nuttier. Yes to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1934

?' V Dear Santa: Dear Nicholas: Tho I ntn the sweetheart of the cam- DUg i would like for you to bring me I little Hunch for a play mate. Your friend "Tissie" Thomason. Tarn awry bad little girl but I nromlsc to do newer u yuu win wuu me a nickel with heads on both sldea and a pair of (tops) dice so I can re- tain my championship of 28 straight nnsscS. YoUr only worry won pns Ophelia Toole. DearSanty: Tho I am a professor I still be- lieves In yc. Please bring me a Dear Santa: I mn such a good little girl that I'm my mama's pride and Joy. I'll be con- tent with my old doll this year If vou'll Just brnS her a Head Dont forget my little Tucker friend. Your friend "Red" Lovelace. Dear Santa: I have been a very good little man." Please bring me a football a Toole-che.st and another telegram. Don't foiget. I'm staying at the White House this week. Your little friend Jack Snodgrass. Deal Santa: t ..r.iiiii like verv much a new tri cycle als-o remember that I still like Beans but not ureen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 December 1934

i f i t - .' r I f ( I Page Fsur THI DANISL 1AKII1 COLLEGIAN Romance in Bloom y Morrlt Rodger The ten-year-old boy clad in blue overalls and an old ragged sweater bent his head as he turned towards the house with his bucket of eggs. "Gee I How cold it is" muttered Jimmy to himself. But really Jimmy did not mind the least for tomorrow was Christmas; Christmas Day meant a visit to Uncle John's house and Aunt Mary's swell turkey dinner. Little Jimmy could al- most taste the turkey now. Then as he trudged along he happened to re- member that his cousin Josephine was going to be there. Jimmy stopped short to say loud "Wonder if she is still as silly as she was when I saw her three years ago?" Thanksgiving Day dawned clear and cold. Before the sun had risen Jimmy slid out of bed and rushed to the window. "Aw heck! It didn't snow. Now I won't get to roll Jose phlne." The lad soon forgot his disappoint- ment for there was too much to be done before departing. Near eight- thirty they were al...

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

rBBBBBPBJ"""PTTrt7i. ta JMWd &CU V?A&T THE COLLEGIAN M' T 1 A I " I VOL. XXIX. RRY i"'"11 " MEDITATIN IN THE BATHTUB Vc notice in the Jacket Howard Payno Collogc weekly that the Up- pcis succeeded In taking the Frosh fo in 0-0 ride In a battle over a pig hide. All this recalls memories of Just such another battle that the Medita- tor can still feel very plainly but nevertheless Is glad to say that he got to play In. That game ended In a 6-0 victory too and In favor of the Up- pci.. Anyway getting around to what was meant to be said the Medi tator wishes to lay a standing bet that every Jacket playing in that game will be sore for two weeks. Have you ever been "hauled on the carpet?" Well it's getting to be sec- ond natn i e for the editor of the Col- legian to start ducking every time he sees u member of the faculty ap- proaching. He meandered Into the office yesterday and was almost man- handlrd out for saying what he thought was a truth. Let It never be said that he did no...

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

f: Pajje Two THt DANIEL IAKIR COLLEGIAN SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS ;?' Telephone 278 1417 Austin Howard Carmichael & f "W"! innr I Ed Stalcup ' i C I ii r 1 1 ? M ( 9. I f.p rp : . t- 3 1 It U m & m . feT V --' A '' .- ti & I L-.: . ---y- '; ' yj x yfj fa I034 drfl'frtl 1935- THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager MOKK1S KODGERS Associate Editor TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Elizabeth lilalock Society Editor luanita l nomason Exchange Editor Mr. Zany Columnist Mary Holmes Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor WP5W -n?5a iTtai' 4Z.'2Z?z SiC-"" - IN FORMAL STUDY PLAN "Practical knowledge is chasing abstract learning right out of the classroom" according to a story in the "American Campus" concerning the foreign language department at the Municipal Uni- versity of Omaha. Dr. V. Royce West head of the department explained th...

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

fl' JE. lii i TM1 OANISL 1AK1R COLLMIAW Paf ThrM "- V. Jw .-.. l .1. - - -" trk ' " - "" II II ll mZ These Brownwood Firms Wish You A Merry Christmas and Pleasant Holiday If ! I IIHMMI NmNMNMNmn BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT THE. PEERLESS DRUG STORE JOHN A. COLLINS Typewriter Exchange L C. Smith and Corona Typewriters Inc. Roy Byrd MEN'S FURNISHINGS CLEANERS - PRESSERS - HATTERS Telephone 867 mi ii i w iwimi Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from 5 Rexall Drug Stores The Friendly Drug Stores That Appreciate the Student. DUKE & AYRES Inc. 5c to $ STORE --in ROBINSON'S SHOES HOSE and MILLINERY 314 Center Ave. WHITE & LONDON FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 48 408 Main w f W II nil Ml II i Do Your CHRISTMAS Shopping at Our CHRISTMAS STORE WE WISH EVERYONE OF YOU A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS DUBLIN and CANON 404-406 Center Avenue QUEEN'S UALITY 311 FiskSt. JEWELERS OPTOMETRISTS Brownwood Texas EAT CHRISTMAS DINNER at the TEXAS CAFE . . . and you'll be assured of a HAPPY NEW YEAR ...

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

i . h i 1 i i A f ! f ' u I 11 R 5 T 4 11 tL v a IM n'. ru Pago Pour POSSIBLY YOU DON'T KNOW The best antidote for ii poison la a poison ? It tiikon black to make white? A painter will use a stnnll amount of black pigment to get n whiter white. The black .soon bleaches out leaving nn effect that Is whiter than the white could have made. In Wagoner Okla. 1932 the people ran a donkey against a man who was up for re-election for county attorney. The donkey won by a large majotlfy. It took the people of that county three months to piove that the dan- key wph Illiterate. You see the don- key wan as smatt as his opponent in every thing he was given tests In un- til the man opp ment demanded that the donkev wtlte his name. The donkey fiddled atound with his feet for u while and when his scribbling was deciphered it tend: F00I3. The people knowing that the donkey's Wine was Kastus had to declare the donkey unfit foi the office. Dut a few days latei it was discovered tint the donkey hrd actu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1935

THE COLLEGIAN 'V Ji. i :i: I U A n -J! STjPLm li I " 1 VOL. XXIX. YE OPINATOR By Morris Rodgert Yc Opinator Is glad to see another Collegian this week the first one pub- lished since the holidays. Many of the students have been complaining be- cause they do not get the paper regu- larly. The writer merely says that they should try to put out a college paper just once; then there would be no such complaining. Such people le- mlncls us of the Sunday morning foot- ball coaches during season. There Is not a one that could not have won the game the day before If he had been In charge of the boys. Have jou ever heard of one such coach get- ting a position as head football men- tor? Neither have you seen any of these would-be editors putting out a Collegian. Yc Opinator has seen scvcial nota- ble pictures in the last few weeks In fact !?omc of the best he has ever seen. The churches are organizing clubs committees and what not to bring about a renovation In Holly- wood. They have been comp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1935

t THE DANIEL 1AKEW COLLEGIAN laga Two SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS Telephone 278 1417 Austin Howard Carmichael Ed Stalcup y - 1 L ' ' I f h i t ) r I l Jl i'i : n . ' ' ! I & a - 5 fo. itA MIMIII Jk jm vv -IOS4(gjIQ';Si(rtl933.- THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brown wood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager MORRIS RODGEHS Associate Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor Mr. Zany Columnist Mary Holmes Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor Lucv Cross Columnist Jamie White Columnist REPORTERS Billy Dillin Eileen Sattcrwhite II. L. Lee r7ocR JEJLJ L-Jfc&tcJ "v j- c.. '' t Jr -J r . - ss twc- gf- 1P3LJIMU i BE A BOOSTER Boost your college boost your friend Boost the church that you attend; Boost the street on which you're dwelling. Boost the thoughts that you are coralling Boost the student 'round about you They can get along without you;...

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