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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1935

r t THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC .BftiiMiiMiianaiiaaiiaaiiMiiaiiwiai Thursday Friday Saturday Feb. 28 March 1 2 "The Mighty Bar- num." "The Greatest Show on Earth" s a perfect one-line description of this picture for Darryl F. Zanuck'8 The Mighty Barnum" has everything that any picture-goer could want and gobs of It. Wallace Beery offers a superb characterization as the world's greatest showman in this col- orful comedy-fllle'd story by dene Fowler and Bess Meredyth. Adolphe Menjou gives the best performance of his career as Mr. B. Walsh his tip- pling manager and Virginia Bruce is enchanting as Jenny Llnd the lovely Swedish nlghtlngate whom Barnum In a moment of sublime resolte from his midgets fat ladies sword swat- lowers and the rest of his freaks in- troduced to a breathless America. This Is a 20th Century plctuie re- leased through United Artists. Sunday Monday Tuesday March 3 4 5 "The Good Fairy." This pic- ture Is said to be one of the most de- lightful comedy that has ever been s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1935

I Ik L Uv t ' 'I' f u y. V. rr ; Page Four THE DANIEL SAKE COLLEGIAN YE OPINATOR (Continued from page 1) and the lighting effects were excel- lent but those were the only bright spots in the evening's entertainment. The advance praises of Hobert Brccn's acting ceitainly were not justified by the pet formancc that' he gave as Ro- meo Above all he lacked the rash- ness that Shakespeare's character has and another of his major faults was Ills enunciation. It was a strain to hear him or most of the rest of the company in the scenes. The crowd was the most unappte- clatlve that Ye Oplnator has been in tecently; a futther pi oof that the peo- ple of Brownwood are movie Inns and nothing else. Ye Oplnator has been in several of the laiger movie houses of Los Angeles but never has he seen a cioud that' can make as much noise as the people of this town. Sunday nt the beginning of the second showing of "One Night of Love" the speeches of the actois weie entirely inaudible due to the noise made...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1935

r THE COLLEGIAN ? i IN TUB SPRING A YOUNO MAN'S FANCY TURNS TO THOUGHTS OP i i MT VOL. XXIX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 15 1935 Price 5 Cents. No. 21 YE OPINATOR By Morris Rodgers H is probable fhnt every one has his r her "pot hate." These are usu- ally funny at first but the public soon becomes tired of such things. Nn set of judges however competent they may be ever rendered a decision that pleased all those that wore interested In the contest. There was quite a stir about the 1934 awards of the Acad- emy of Motion Picture Arts and Sci- ences. One writer of a Southwestern dally has a "pet grudge" against Clailc Gable and ho has certainly been letting off steam since the said actor was awarded the prize for the best acting for the past year. In his ciltl- cl?m of "After Office Hours" Gable's latest production he uses this sentnee: "Thus we find the honest wcll-mcan-Ins ham actor giving the sort of walk-on-walk-off performance that the Academy of Motion Pictmes Aits and Sciences ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1935

kF rJIT; PaitTW y v .i. L L'a 1 it n A L-f f r. il ; B . !' A J JWT' rjrff: (fi H & !1i w Afitetftttd CelWaUtf $rc 1 ' -.WU1llf III!.. "" (EMNalrDionl ie' AUIM MOOik' THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. ns second class matter THE AIM OF A TRUE EDUCATION GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager MORRIS RODGERS Associate Editor rrea sailings Sports Editor solution; namely problem presented aie loimn Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor P'oblcm recognized division of prob- one ability Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor lom lnto diffetent elements elements a high do "Skipper" Howard Joke Editor "delated finally tesultlng in the son's ambl Sir Pnltfn. rn.j..f n;..t n Q . solved problem be champi 77 ?T wiivbiuH. wifeii vm iMuwmv.ni jjmv lnat W(J C(iIZO tllO IlCCCSSlty Of ' ! LUcy ross Columnist mental duvelopmenf wc must consider i btothcr was visiting a home for feeble-minded he was told that one of the Inmates had a University of Ar- kansas degree he wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1935

THE DANI1L SAKEH COLLEGIAN Pag ThrM 17 18 19 "One More Spring." Thla picture brings the old team of Janet Oaynor and Warner Baxter together THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC THE NUT CRACKER By Who Cam Friday. Saturday March 15 16. 'Riinibii" George Rnft and Carole Lombard the sensational dancing stars of "Bolero" repeat that early siicc'ch on an even more lavish and startling scale In Paramount's "Rum- ba." Thli Is an enthralling and dra- matic love Htory set to the thythmlc tom-toniH of Cuba's fascinating dance rhythms. The story Itself concerns the plight of Raft an exiled hoofer in Ctilw. Thcic he revives Rumba danc- ing with his lovely Mexican partner Maipo. He meets Carole Lombard a lovely heiress and they fall In love only to quaircl and have her flee to New Yoik. At the risk of his life C .?& jBKEaBf ' bk& Joi2$.fcfc --VU. RUMBt! Kaft follows her and when his part- nei walks out on him Miss Lombard comes to his aid. Their Rumba In a bin st of bin bat Ic music brings the show to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 15 March 1935

. Pour THE DANIEL EAKEW COLLEOIAN sa VI ;i I' i I t t I Q." u VE OFMNATOR (Continued from pago 1) of religious tolerntlon and that not only because his philosophy has taught him to look on all forms of faith with an Impartial eye but also from the gentleness and effeminacy of feeling which Is the attendant on civ- ilization. "Not that he may not hold a religion too In his own way even when he Is not a Christian. In that case his re- llglon Is one of Imagination and sen- timent; It Is the mbodlment of those Ideas of the sublime majestic and beautiful without which there can be no large philosophy. Sometimes lie acknowledges the being of God .some- times he Invests an unknown principle or quality with the attributes of per- fection. . . . From the vciy accuracy and steadiness of his logical powers. he is able to see what sentiments are consistent in those who hold any re- ligious doctrine at all and he appears to others to feel and to hold a whole circle of theological truths which ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1935

fc - I -- I " I BUIBBB - - '' ' i - ....... . n The coiHf WmtVWm ;. Mrs. Ward and Mr. Taylor for their hearty efforts toward making the Daniel laker campus a spot pleasing to the eye. We hope that others will take up the good work. ifll vi ft f ixi The Collegian 8taff Is back -"ing i-rof. wart for Alderman " z . .n i$0f'Ward Three. If you live In ru:: irl i 1v..;j i''-i'- Am sn ' voie TOr pr0ft " vt' .' ' '-' JVOU live In BrownwnnH. nao ! . f i ku. ...-.. . .. I .A T t ' 'yoftr Influence to put him In -j. Qiiioe. AyBETTER BROWN V WjOOI MEANS A BETTER ' .- .. DANIEL BAKER. . t si aflsjjBjfl i " . i i . .. . " . i. ... . . f... Mm " ..!. 'I .. ' r . . . '. 1 . . t VOL XXIX. MORRIS IS ELECTED PRESIDENT STUDENT BODY; SALUNG VICE- PRES.; HEMPHILL SECRETARY . a. In the primary election for student body officers last Wednesday Nor- man Morris received a majority over his two opponents for the office of president. Emmarlc Hemphill like- wise wan elected secretary without a run-off but anoth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1935

Ii Tw THS. DANIIL 1AKEW COLLEGIAN anaBBssBSBB9saB y i L Um I 1 I ;u r m its- r'? j i i lJiA u.u. : a :.'""ji"' WIKO"" THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter WILL PEACE CONTINUE? By Ye Opinutor Affairs arc picking up again in Europe since Germany has announced her standing on some matters of international import- ance. It has been almost twenty-one years since the World War opened in Europe and Germany is just now emerging from the ruins of that bloody conflict. The entire world is awaiting the outcome of the increase of her army ; the whole world is hoping that these seventeen years of international neaco are not broken in the near future. Last summer almost exactly twenty years from the beginning of the World War excitement became very intense in Europe but apparently nothing very serious came from it. Now the question is will our period of peace continue? Whenever the term "War" is mentioned Ye Opinutor thinks of Dr. John Power's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1935

in. -. A - ".'vi&F. Y;j k" Poets Corner LONELY HEARTS Is there a heart that's lonely? Is there a heart that's sad? Isn't there a heart but what could only In this bit world be made glad? Is there a heart that's dark and dreary In this rugged path we trod? Maybe this soul could be made cheery With some words of love to God I There must be some tears and sadness Mixed with all the Joys of love; But Qod will make things bright with gladness In that heaven up above. Audie Baker. FEAST Mary had a little lamb Some salad and dessert And then she gave the worng address The dirty little flirt ! ! ! Don't worry if your job is small And your rewards are few; Remember that the mighty oak Was once a nut like you! I'LL NEVER SEE I think that I shall never sec A co-ed lovely as a tree. A tree whose limbs are brown and bare And has no dandruff in her hair. A tree whose head Is never pressed Against some one else's chest; A tree who never wants a meal And never tries to make you feel As if you w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 22 March 1935

V I : n I 'a ( r r ( t in fr Ji A' i : tl hf f! U Page Four THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN ILLY TRACKSTERS (Continued from page 1) man will climb the pole-vault pole to n nenr 13 ft. mark. Jack Snodgrass steps u mean century and 220. Scott takes the distance races with the gieatest of ease and "Beans" Morris stepped a leg of the 1 mile relay as faHt as any man In the confeience last year. Head the weight man and col- lege pugilist Is tossing the shot about the Goat Pen In championship form. Swindle the timber-topper of high school fame Is due to go places In the high hui dies. Four to Stock Show Coach Taylor will take four men to the Kort Woith Stock Show Meet Sat- urday. Hickman pole vault; Head shot-put; Snodgtnss 100 yd. dash and the 220; and Mortis will run the 110 yd. dash The latter three will find the going rathei tough due to the fact that they have only been out a week. Hickman has ulteady vaulted to the pi event Texas Confeience record which he holds. Taylor Puts on Clamps Cie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 March 1935

imf"4 tt ciTHE COLLEGIAN 1 n H The Collegian wlihM to think Mrs. Ward and Mr. Taylor for their hearty efforts toward making the Daniel laker campus a epot pleasing to the eye. We hope that others will take up the good work. The Collegian Staff Is back Ing Prof. Hart for Alderman of Ward Three. If you live In this Ward vote for Prof. If you live In Brown wood uie your Influence to put him In office. A BETTER BROWN- WOOD MEANS A BETTER r L DANIEL BAKER. t 1 -i -1 Bj j h? VOL. XXIX. PROMINENT FAMILY MOVE TO WIDE SPACES; DUE TO OVERPRODUCTION; AUCTION TO BE HELD IN BATH ROOM YE OPINATOR y Morris Rodgers Foreword: Ye Oplnator wishes to explain why the contents of this col- umn are what they are this week. One statement from the Editor is suffi- cient to do that: "Hear Ye . . . Opln- ator Let No Word of Wlidom Enter Your Famous Column." You arc aware I suppose that this is the April Fool edition of the Collegian and that everything is supposed to be very fool- ish. Well since we are all e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 March 1935

Paae Two tlic nAMlPl nAKCR COLLEGIAN ... .mi-r mraPTii wwi'wiWiWinyw'vw-''""'"1" When shaking your wife hold h. bythc sides. If she a held by th ends her weight causes the spine to ravel and she will wear out faster. Upon putting thecat out at nlghi It is advisable to take a second look' you might be putting out the houie cat. -1 i To ask advice Is In nine cases out of ten to tout for flattery.- J. rj. Collins . MCLEAN'S STUDIO WILL GlUc YOU SATISFACTION IN EVERv WAY. "T "! To The Newlyweds i . 1......1. o!e NonsenS' V wct scissors to CUI Jiuuaum.u- fr stiiutt i.r dessert but uso bread knlfo to stab your hubby; a dull n ! '' - Snwy edged knife m.iKcs u.c ij.mm " A llnr begins with limiting falsehood excruciating appear like truth and ends with malt- " " . . .. tag tralli Itself -appear like falsehood. A floor lamp a comfo b L c a": and gcod books t'tnpt children to tend The wisdom of the wise and Iho ox-1 -a little arsenic Is recommended to i perlence of ages may bo preserved by quo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 March 1935

?1 h t THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday Saturday March 29 30. "Anno of Green Gables." Romnnco and humor and charm arc said to be combined In R-K-O Radio's film ver- sion of L. M. Montgomery's famous novel "Anne of Green Gablua." The picture features sixteen year old An- ne Shirley who plays the part of the red haired orphan. The cast also in- cludes Tom Brown Helen Wcstloy and O. P. Heggle. In addition to this fea- ture will be seen "Tubal Cain" a tech- nicolor short based on the Twenty- third Psalm. This ahott Is said to be one of the best and most beautiful of the year. Saturday Midnight March 30. In I a midnight preview the Lytic Is to I present "Traveling Saleslady." This' show one of the freshest' and liveliest comedies of the season marks the io-' Sj turn of Joan Blondcll to the screen tor as a wedge to get Into the social places until she learns what he is do- l"g and i cools. The cast has other favotlfes as lillllo Uutke Harvey Ste- CT" . ffiWMJW. -$& THE DANIEL MAKER COLLE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 29 March 1935

n Page Four THI OANIIL 1AKIR COLLEGIAN Bridge a Bust; Flat PERSONALITIES IN TODAY'S NEWS 6 HEART BALMY Heads Inflate Tires y L Rl I' i i r ) if f x h '. Dear Honit Balm: I am at the end of the rope. This is the Inst straw. I guess I'm blowcd. I ti itly thought that when I was elect- ed Sweetheart of the Bachelor's As- sociation all my tumbles were over but Hunk still avoids me. What can ! do? MIMI WILLIAMS. Deal Mlml: Tiy to hold out just n little longer I think I can give you the key to the situation. Aftei a confidential talk with Hank I come to the conclusion th.it he In just .scaled of the girls in general. But lenlly and truly he sim- ply dotes on you. Dcii Iloait Balm: Being the natutal shy boy that I am but still being what I nm I thought a lot before I deflniteyl de- ( Ided to write to you about' my affairs of heart trouble. Ucnlly Heart Balm I am in deep trouble for I think that I urn In love. Oil how I dread to j write tint word so long dospled by me. What am I to do about...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 April 1935

THE COLLEGIAN 1 r u.i W IP irn. : '- .ii: V-?.tf w 1- I iu A good book It rediscovered rNo entertainment Is as cheap as reading no any pleasure so lasting. Lady M. W. Montagu. at every reading. I&PI fn' :uJ ttMi Kc.isrmrml.rr'i VOL. XXIX. RESULTS OF QUESTIONNAIRE ARE COMPLETE BUT NOT SATISFACTORY Not Hole Nonsense Really there is no call for the Medi- tator to do any thinking these days. The campus Is looking better than it has In many years past; Prof. Hart was elected Alderman of Ward 3; Dr. Davis has just passed a compliment on The Collegian; the Student Coun- cil has just announced a group of competent candidates for The Trail and The Collegian; a faculty member has spoken to me for the first time this year yes all should be well. Sta- lin Hitler and Mussolini seem to have the European troubles well In hand; Long Coughlin and Johnson have been moved to the inside pages of the papers; traffic accidents have been re ported 11 per cent under par. Well things should bo right wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 April 1935

w r" I L I'. I i Pa I f ' '( ) ill' ii r LF Page Two THS DANIEL BAKIR COLLEGIAN 'J fhtjl r VilS OS? ' vy- ft $ $tssocfattd goUtoiatf $rc THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at l'osl Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter SSfoDoiohs' "y.v.y.y.y.v"""".- ."SMSIK i-reu&u lings . . Sports Editor Wizabclh IJInlock Society Editor Jimmtn Ihomnson Exchange Editor 'Skipper" Howard Joke Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Lucy Cross Columnist .Jamie lute Columnist 'Jil!1M?I!t'Willianis Grammarian' Stenographer MM A IIOI.MI . ... .... Features iIiHI?ltl.0?UVRht Faculty Advisor GKADV LEACH . Editor Published every week by the students of Daniel Baker College for the purpose of putting the news of the college and collegiate campi before the student body. Office: Basement of Fine Arts Building The opinions expressed by The Collegian are those of the stu- dents and do NOT necessarily represent those of the administration. PREMONITION OF A LAWYER IS REALIZED WHEN HE IS SL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 April 1935

Orientation of the Lost Strayed or Sto- len Always Works (WHEN LOST AND OTHERWISE) S. K. F. (Fafnlr) Ball Bearings Company puts a high emtio steel ball In their products that make excellent marbles. Daniel Baker College professors turn out about the nuttiest products In the world. They can bo used for filling station operators street sweep- ers "bug-house" interns yard clean- ers and home laundry service; those with special ball bearing equipment have been known to take up the teaching profession. If lost in a forest look on the heavy barked side of a tree if should point to the north or is the south? Anyway start walking else you might take root and grow into a sap lln or a Spanish teacher. If you are lost on the desert point the hour hand of your watch to the sun and half way between the hour hand and 12 o'clock on the watch face will be true South. If the sun is at high noon sit down and take a nap you might die while the sun was get- ting in a position for you to point the hour ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 5 April 1935

P.iflo Four THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN H L i ( 1 III K si DECISION OF (Continued from page 1) concluding that It did not have n claim against the Bank and desiring to avoid suit decided to go against Gilliam for what' It could recover there nnd to icnew and extend the notes. On March 2 as a part of this general plan decided on It settled with Gilliam and released him receiving from him piopeity and notes together of the nominal value of $15000. Thereafter on Match 13 the Board definitely abandoned Its claim against the Bank and settled its controversy with It by executing new notes In extension and re- newal of the old ones including the Gilliam Independence fund note for SG.000. Those notea it seemed by a mortgage on College property Including Mint which It had just gotten from Gilliam and by an assignment of the Cilliam notes. As a pail' ol the settlement the two 31000 subscriptions to the College made by the Coggin and the old Citizens Bank respectively were credited on the notes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 April 1935

THE COLLEGIAN The daily reading of a good newspaper Is an education in ItttClf. rNo entertainment is as cheap as rending nor any pleasure so lasting. Lady M. W. Montagu. VOL. XXIX. ELLIS BROTHERS TO EDIT AND MANAGE THE COLLEGIAN BILLIES TO MEET TARLETON SATUR Baker Has Even Chances to Win Billies Not Champs But Due to Clip the Tape Often John Tarlcton will probably give llio Baker thinly clnds a merry chase in a dual track meet to be held on the Howard Payne field Snturdny af- ternoon situ ting at three o'clock. The Plowboys boast a very good team this year. Already they have scored a decisive victory over Howard Payne. Snodgrass and Morris will find plenty of trouble in the two dashes against Jefferson and Flnley. Hickman Will Win Vault Hickman will win tno pole vault if he doesn't break a leg between now and meet time. But he is sure to run up against some real competition In the high jump. Breedlove will have to do some fust stepping to show his heels to the fleet McCurdy and Dur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 April 1935

if V It I i t: ( i in LH n ! Page Tw THI DANIKL BAKIR COLLEGIAN wna 1 1 wffl r Mfc5?tpAX il v?C w W";- MtMaen JtlfniiV i antedated golleoiatf frrto P5' '?ilWWulfDfaIMS. -w .t MV(?I' THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Browmvood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH Etlit0r KfDbEHs .............. ."sssaSssas S'.cd.bi PW ' sI)0rts Editor Elizabeth Wnlock Society Editor unnitil T.homason Exchange Editor baru Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent i.ucj Yurr.--. Columnist Jane MncW llliams Grammarian Stenographer Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor Mrs. "Tricky" Ward was cashing her monthly pay check in the bank. The teller apologized for giving her old bills saying. "I hope you are not afraid of microbes?" "Not a bit of it" replied Mrs. Ward. "No microbes could pos- sibly live on my salary." In Maryland n person accused of a crime may be tried with or without a jury according to his wishes. And the majority pre- fer the one judge to the twelve jurors. EXPENSIVE ECONOM...

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