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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1935

'( S " ft- MEDITATOr IN IDE BATHTUB By G. Leaeh Hambono Hays: "Trouble bout weed- in out ' bad habits dey gin-ally brenks off at dc groun en leaves de roots to grow up n'gln!" Perhaps one year ago we "swore 0f" or made some good resolutions for the coming year. Wo can now look backward over the year just passed Into history and tell whether or not our resolutions have borne fruit or were like Hnmbone's. The Meditator made only one reso- lution last yenr and he did not break It. He resolved: Not to break his 1D34 resolutions; the fly In the oint- ment is that he made no resolutions. Now this is hardly fair for the dovll so he El Meditator Is going to do some icsolvlng for 1935. 1 So live every day of 1935 that I can look any damn man In the face and tell him to go to h ; 2 1 resolve not to include in my prayers "Give mc this day my dally bread" but In- stead "Give mc this day my dally work" I'll get the bread then with some to spare; 3 1 further resolve not to take life too seriously...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1935

THE DANIEL EAKEB COLLEGIAN THEY ARE HERE NEW SPRING FOOTWEAR Whites White-Brown and others NEW SPRING HATS Whites Pastels and Navies Browns Black New off the face styles etc. PATTERSON MOTOR COMPANY WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS DeSoto - Plymouth Distributors 408 Fisk Ave. Telephone 800 White & London Funeral Home AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 48 408 Main r V BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. ii s dU. .. . --------------- Pa Pouf m-rrl r - - - - ... -ii... a . r I. i ' 4 r 1 k ;u i-c r i i tw PURE THREAD SILK Hose FOR MEN Regular 65c value 35c I 3 Pairs $1.00 IN NEW SPRING PATTERN8 ECONOMY STORE Gus J. Rosenberg t JUST SNOOPING AROUND THE LEADER 'Watch the Fords Go By' V-8 ) V8 Weatherby Motor Co. Fisk at Adams Phorfrrij&l row?s"ood Carey Sinclair escourts Betty Belle Morris around lately. A r veal Adams did meander over on Avenue B. Does he still? me to. Liz wants a bridge partner. She's O. K. 'cause she set Dick Connally 0 doubled the other night In contiact. "Horsefly" had that certain pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 February 1935

THE COLLEGIAN U u A I VOL. XXIX. HILL BILLIES NOSE OUT WILDCATS WHITE-ICISMS By Jamie White Does nagging justify a murder? In London a meek-faced man confessed to a jury he had choked his wife alter being nagged for twenty yearo. He was acquitted. A good slogan for our new term is: -The secret' of happiness is not in do- ing what one likes to do but in liking what one has to do." "I'nrk-ple" is the appetizing name for a newly-styled man's felt hat now worn in London. Perhaps we could get rid of most of our girls if they only knew the condi- tions that' exist In Michigan Ohio and Northern Indiana. There the unmar- ried women are truly a "catch." Re- cent statistics submitted by a sociol- ogist indicate that the marriageable girls are at a premium because there are so ninny young men employed in the automobile Industry. The girls had better stay away from New England for already there are too many unat- tached girls In the textile mills and shoe factories. In the Balkans a girl who lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 February 1935

I. i .4 n i ? f : i .u Raf f fM n II W k'ffl v if Page Two THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN fWs V S'ii SSkESt ilXiM jTMii.avreffj1 tNMWJ'v Sfi p Poets Comer fXI .'SMrWM rLirj:;.:.riLie MEMBER 'i& Associated gbllrotae $r(S V ioJ4 (fcllfflwIfDiorol l535 THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN THE TEXAS GUARDSMEN Enteral at Post Office of Browmvoori. Tex. a.s second class matter GKADY J.EACII Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager MOUISIS IIOIJCEUS Associate Editor Sara Collins Collegiate I)ij'ist Correspondent Man' Holmes Circulation Manager Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Jnanita Thomason Exchange Editor Lucy Cross Columnist Jamie White Columnist Jane MacWilliams Grammarian. Stenographer Helen l'o.-t Wright Faculty Advisor They laugh at us Guardsmen These drug store lonfcrfl And call us "tin soldiers" Liny Seouts anil cliauffouis. Mut It won't be so damn funny When they are told to "fall In;" To fill up the flies. When the ranks stint to thin. They'll laugh at us now And we'll take nil their jokes; Hut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 February 1935

THE DANIEL BAKtW COLLEGIAN PM TtlfM JUST SNOOPING AROUND lied Whituker Tucker Lovelace Pellet son bystander Beans Wilma Hank Head Duvi.s Loveluce did fompin s Km kissed her so he kissed her again. Guess Lucy Isn't crying much or is she about I'apn Dec not returning to school. Guess Sat a and Mary "don't feci the same" after getting out of Sing Sing. A.k Johnny about the embarrassing moment he had while teaching school In Santa Anna Monday. We'd have tniichcd. too. Who trusts a Hickman enough to ci edit him with 50c? Chump! Dillon has a new name-for not accepting the biidgc challenge. Dick wants any job just' so he deans out fish ponds. Mnlvana has returned so I guess Jack Is well taken care of. Junioi Williams Is keeping himself umlei cover lately. Why? I wonder Hcaid 'lother day that the man with that good physique Kara Newton fell accidently in love with some charm- ing little 'lady. The Campus Cut-Up By Billy Dlllin The icason Mac West's sblos nie nppicclated: Man hnd rather have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 February 1935

11 k I; 1 -. ' V -t ' r i I r r; . I i m h 1 r i i ;l pr Pais Pur THI DANIEL 1AKIB iiiiii Q ueens mality 3 1 1 Fisk St. JEWELERS OPTOMETRISTS Brownwood Texas MINOR SPORTS OUT ON THE DM English Studesl Just to show the Importance of a comma read this: Some one handed the minister a notice to read out from the pulpit. The note read: "A man. going to sea his wife desires the pray- ers of the congregation." The minister In reading out the no- tice put the comma In the wrong place and this is how It sounded: "A man going to see his wife desires the prayers of the congregation." Find Your Calllna What the future holds as figured out by students In the University of Minnesota law school In Minneapolis: "A" men make the teachers. "B" men make the Judges. "C" men make the money. "And" added a wit "the 'D' men make the Congressmen." "And." added a nit "the 'E" men make the editors. I love you because you love the things that I love. That man alone Is great who utilize the blessings that God p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1935

V THE COLLEGIAN K ' O afi vim. A VOL XXIX. VC ADINITAD YE OPINATOR By Morris Rodger One of the Incomprehensible things is why .students will not use the dic- tionary. Webster's book Is one of the most valuable volumes to be found In any library and seemingly it Is one of the least used. Recently grading some final examination papers and term themes Ye Opinator came to realize just how badly the said book is neglected (himself Included.) The most ftequently encountered error is faulty spelling and "Ugh" for "tie" is perhaps the prize winner in that field. At leant it would sound some- thing like tie if one could not see the word. Since examinations are over Ye Opinator has been trying to make up for lost time in his reading. One of the first things to he read is the first shoit story written by Caroline Mil- ler "Indian Wooing." This "story shows that the writer has a distinct- ly authentic style and is likely to Use to a high position in literature. Her novel "Lamb in His Bosom" won...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1935

my I 7 Pato Tv THE DANIEL SAKER COLLEGIAN X TKU Wk Jam Timmons Buy. an M. Born Tailored Suit "om SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS THE Phone 278 Ed and Howard We Appreciate the Students Business sssssVLswsHt V MlMIII IdlJM I (.. I I't 4 ( v I a i ? f '- i .u V. 1 n . ;i 'r M. H TO THK NEWLY WEDS fkwrittftl Cellninte frrm -IBI4 (ftshfrffftrft I9SS- WHITE-ICISMS By Jamie White THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC The coiner of an envelope may be used a." a small funnel If the tip of the corner Is clipped. .- - ' Ants can be kept out' of beehives by Fndav Saturday Feb. S. P. - 'Tho .cttlnir the lees of each hive In cans Band Pl.tv? On - I a worthy picture fll0ll wUh crankcase oil. Once a tvacher aked a little Ctrl to that throb with the spirit of youth Boforo flng pniowa or cushions .a?S i?ta" "s'r'peatedft cor- J Liol ' " thc BrfdC f lhC d0th TT! 7-7 7 rZ : r: 77" mti rfri . of Enclish descent and Future of allege days of no thcm n )Ure C(ier vinegar and then entered at rost uxuee oi crownwooa iex. as second cia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1935

-Tt Imsm- '4ter .i.y .ii pr w'y " wr"ffi "! ar f 1 1 "fx .. ... "X l SS1 Sl UMNU I i.-m - ... JUST SNOOPING AROUND jr. Williams and Herr Dobbs have been found playing shoot 'em-up on backs of chairs. Perhaps they've al- lied forces against the Handsome Western Reader Oarnett. Tibsle has the Western Reader and the football captain at her heels. Ask McClellan and Red their defi- nition of a good party "Just three girls und three boys." Stanford has added to his list the red-headed Percifull. Glad to have Coker back who can the next one be? Looks like all the girls had rushing business last week-end because the S. M. U. boys were in town. Jr. Williams isn't bad in lots of re- spects especially as an orchestra leader. Genevieve had a good week end be- cause none other than Jake was in town. Oh Skipper. Dillon and Green progressed slowly from the show one day. The girl with many on her trail. Is theie anything to the said rumor that Dick Connally has come to the end of a perfect day? Whl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 9 February 1935

Page Paur THI DANIIL IAKIR COLLEGIAN jggggBBH ::i y i I'. I 4 r I l X I r t: ) ill r" l V ' Join the Navy RECRUIT AT BETTIS & GIBBS Navy Dresses - Navy Shoes - Hats and Accessories See the new Spring merchandise . . . learn about the new styles and new shades Bettis & Gibbs Inc. Headquarters for College Clothes NEW SPRING DRESS SHIRTS TOP DRESS COLLARS AND CUFFS FAST COLORS NEW STVLINGS ECONOMY STORE Gus J. Rosenberg BROWNWOOD TEXAS Senior Personals FLORA LENA EATON Ploia Lena was born in Brownwood Texas on June 17 1914. She weighs 120 pounds is five feet five inches tall and has those liquid brown eyes. She believes in campus romances be- cause after all half your life is spent in school so why not? And she pre- fers blonds. Her youthful ambition was to marry a millionaire. But her ptesent ambition is to live up to her youthful ambition. If she could change her name it would be to Mrs (Would you like to know?) Her fav- orite dessert is fruit cake and coffee next to what she...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1935

'X. v it THE COLLEGIAN $. r7m rill & A VOL. XXIX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1935 No. 1t BANK-COLLEGE COURT PROCEEDINGS ARE MADE PUDLIC MEDITATDr N THE BATHTUB Quoting Dr. John the Parson: "There is no cosmetic equal to soft water and good soap." And fellow students may I remind you Hint he speaks from eighty-nine years' experience. The Meditator will always remember the happy hours he spent in the sociology class with Dr. John. If you are not associated with him in the class room read the "Parson's Column" in the Brownwood Bulletin every Saturday night. You should never leave Daniel Baker without knowing Dr. John. It is true of course that as soon as anything becomes perfect it ceases to exist for the world is made up of mis- fits and mistakes but he Dr. John makes so few mistakes that one never notices them. And he is making no mistake when he says "There Is no cosmetic equal to soft water and good soap." Yes "Life is just a bar of soap growing thinner every Saturday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1935

- .Pagi Tw THB DANIKL BAKER COLLEGIAN THIS WEEK EDWIN DAVIS ML'YS AN M. HORN TAILORED SUIT K?M SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS y THE Phone 278 Ed and Howard We Appreciate the Student Btuineu. L I i Urn I i t- If . r Hi 11 t.i v4?'i' sSl $Mcltfl CtllctUtc frrm -ICS4 (MftdSi'rtJ 1935 - 1 fc rt THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood. Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor VM. ELLIS Business Manager MORRIS RODGERS Associate Editor Fred Sailings Sports Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent "Skipper" Howard Joke Editor Mary Holmes Circulation Manager Elizabeth Blalock Sneretv Fditnr Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor going to have many a weedy row to hoe in an "Eternity." i.ucy cross Columnist Jamie White Columnist Jane MacWilliams Grammarian. Stenographer Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor children; and the walls and ceiling are very plain; "they appear- ed to be dressed as on earth" now. who would think he was in Heaven if he had to wear shoes with a 5 and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1935

s THE PANUL BAKER COLLBftiAM Del0Q TWtneW but thinking makes it so. Shake- speare. How much alike people are in gen eral outline but how different in de- tail! A wise man never makes faces at a red-headed girl or bites a mule on the ankle. White House BLUES Net Hle Honseise By "Skipper" Howard Hcttlc Fac: Do you know Pluto? Wallace: Yeah I drank some last night. Both Meditating: Effective aren't they? Pete: Murry give me a $5 tube of lip stick. Muny: I have a cheaper one if you dealt c. Pete: No I want the beat if I have to eat the stuff every night. In the White House Conger: Hep! Pete is that my gal's horn blowing? Wallace: No but there's a boy on a butro passing. Show Nltet Jack S: Malvana can you see "Un- der Pressure?" She: No but I can "It Happened One Night." English M. Rodgers: What does B. O. stand for? Stanford: Blanche and Onalouise. Peggy C: Boys Only. Teacher (blushing): "Book reports Overdue" The answer to a maiden's prayer. (See Morris Rodgers.) Evening Walks Reduce 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 16 February 1935

H y n L h u. 1 I i' ) i- J. 4 i I ( ji v W' f w Page Pour THI DANIEL lAKIR COLLEGIAN WHAT'S NKW FOR SPRING It will pay you to read week by week just what Is new In styles color and fabric. Most women we know are eager to learn interesting things about merchandise. Especially In the Spring a feminine fancy turns to thoughts of WHAT SHALL I WEAR? This Spring season offers an unusual at tractive assortment of colors fabrics and styles. Among the best colors this spring we find the NAVY BLUE. This old but always fashionable color never seems to loose its popularity with the well dressed woman whether she be naive seventeen smartly sophisticat- ed forty or the dignified dowager. Of course you will see the usual riot of colors that makes its appearance those that are in greatest' favor are named In order of their popularity: White Porcelain Rose Blue DeVenise Grey Beige and Brown and others such as reds greens purples and con- trasting color combinations. The honor position in fabrics we ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1935

I THE COLLEGIAN V l SPRING IS HERE! LET'S BEAUTIFY OUR CAMPUS CLEAN CAMPUS FOR CLEAN MINDS L A p MssjsiiiMiy 1 -ss VOL XXIX. HARRISON EDITOR MEDITATES IN THE BATH TUB THEN THERE WAS THE AB- SENT MINDED CO-ED WHO LEFT HER NEGLIGEE IN THE BATH TUB AND SLIPPED ON A CAKE OF SOAP! If you don't like that one read on further. The Meditator wore all the enamel off his bath tub thinking out the fol- lowing. Read it through to the end even though you don't like it. WHY NOT GET BEHIND A MOVEMENT TO BEAUTIFY OUR CAMPUS? This Is the ques- tion popped to the Collegian staff almost dally. Wc would like very much to do just that but it would only make things embarrassing for those trying to obtain the nec- essary finances to do such need- ed improvement. Federal aid could be had but this would only add to the burden of an already over -loaded donkey. Many of the colleges are taking advantage of the government loans and building gymnasiums science buildings stndi- ums. They are renovating all the bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1935

THK DANIEL BAKER COLLbumn mmmmmmmi Page Two y it i i'. i i i j. ) V ( ' t V L 'V R X (. i I Sl M v Z ST J ?. M x..:.w "Zfiw. r u ' 'V f'Wt?i Kj W V5i & i? MM8EF gfooottntcd (ToUcatutc rcss f THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Biowmvood Tew. as second class matter GKADY LEACH Editor VM. ELLIS Business Manager MOMUS KODGERS Associate Editor Associate Editor Sports Editor1 Digest Correspondent Society Editor i Exchange Editor . . . Columnist I TKAVIS FOSTEU Fred Sailings Sara Collins Collegiate Elizabeth Ulalock Juanita '1 homason Lucv Cross Jamie White Columnist Jane MacWilliams Grammarian. Stenographer i Helen l'ost Wright Faculty Advisor "AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP" We ns citizens of the United Staves enjoy ihe right of pail tcip.it dm in lupiobentaliM. government rieht c.f fieidom under the law richt of .elf- lealizatioii a eluince of an education light of protection of oui life pumeity and ehnrarl'tr. These lights however dldi.not come easily: they aie the t'niit.s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1935

A V&- THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Thursday Friday Saturday Feb. 21 22 23 "Broadway Bill." The amazing Frank Capra director of "Lady For A Day" and "It Happened One Night" surpasses all of his other glories in his newest comedy sensation for Columbia "Broadway Bill." This pictuic co-stars Myrna Loy and War- ner Baxter and critics say they are BBKffp9jEjEftVj&Iv BBBBBmAsBBBF tBw! (JPLbbbbbbbbbt' ' c' '" 'bbbbbbbbes !i&? r &Mffi& bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB Ifc' t?W k'SLi ESJSJSJSJSJ V flnHHi BEEnASLjjBEEMEIEk Warner Baxter arte Myrna Loy ;Jn' Broadway bill" ncai perfect in this production. It Is tho story of a man who Is a nomad at heart but Is controlled by his father-in-law for a time. He kicks over the financial applecart and goes his way followed by the love of his slster-in-law. Besides the two stars the cast includes Walter Connolly Helen Vin- son and others. It is said that Capra extols his "It Happened One Night" in tills picture. year is enoucrh tn imn .... . But take a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1935

! four THE DANIEL IAKIR COLLEGIAN y L I i r ( U Qj f w V J 1 ill r COME IN FOR MIDNIGHT LUNCHES AT THE TEXAS CAFE OPEN ALL NIGHT ALL KINDS of SANDWICHES and DRINKS i- COLLEGE CLAIMS (Continued from page 1) mittcd to the directors of the bank Including Harry Knox. "A witness for the defendant be- ing first duly sworn examined In chief by Mr. Holloway testified ns follows: " 'My nnmc is Chester Harrison. I am secretary of the Chamber of Com- merce at Brownwood. T was connect- ed with the Citizens National Bank of Brownwod up to October 5. 1931: during the time of the existence of the old Citizens Bank and for n number of years I had been active vice presi dent or mat institution that Is of the Citizens National Bank in Brownwood. I was such active vice president at the time of the taking over of the assets of the Coggln National Bank. In connection with the assets taken over from the Coggln Bank I found a promissory note in the sum of 6000 it was signed Daniel Baker Campaign Fund by E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1935

'I I THE COLLEGIAN 1 SPRING IS HERE! I LET'S I BEAUTIFY OUR U CAMPUS A CLEAN CAMPUS FOR CLEAN MINDS A VOL XXIX. BILLIES SMOTHER YE OPINATOR By Morris Rodgers Yc Opinator encountered an error the other day that should be heeded by all who write letters and those who do not. The error was the use of re spectively for respectfully. When one writes a letter the closing should be "Respectfully Yours" and not "Re- spectively Yours." According to Web- ster's definition the two words are en- tirely different. Respectful means characterized by a courteous manner of treating others. Respective means relating to a particular person or thing; not absolute; relative. This would be a very good time to note this difference for who knows It might mean the election to a position. Ye Opinator saw a very good show at the Lyric the other Sunday after- noon but as one could expect many of rho college students did not like It. The picture was Grace Moore In "One Night of Love" the screen debut of the wel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1935

vr I PTwt THI DANIEL IAKIR COLLEGIAN y I L 4 r 41 i i 1! I j ir'1 MlUKfB jLfk -fc.V al vQ2P fMueUtrd gsUetiate frrm g? THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN 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 Fred Sailings Sports Editor Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor "Skipper" Howard Joke Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Lucy Cross Columnist Jamie White Columnist Jane MacWilliams Grammarian Stenographer Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor LIFE IN A "HICK" ? TOWN It strikes me as extremely unfortunate that so many people most of them men and women who have always lived in small towns have the feeling that the man or woman who has devoted his or her life to a small town is necessarily a failure a person who couldn't make good elsewheie. This atti- tude that success in life means "big things" big cities big business and big pi...

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