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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 April 1935

) !' THt DANIIL BAKER COLLEGIAN THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Friday Saturday April 12 13. Devil Dogs of the Air." This is a comedy romance with an entirely new twist written by John Monk Saun- ders and It stars James Cagncy and Pat O'Brien. It is a atory about the aviation corps of the U. S. Marines and it has more than 1000 marines in it. The government' co-operated with Warner Brothers in the production of this film. In the cast with these two Mtnra are seen Frank McHugh Mar garet Lindsay and Helen Lowell. Sunday Monday Tuesday April 14 15 16. "Mississippi" is the screen version of Booth Tarklngton's play of that name and brings Blng Crosby to the screen in another singing role. W. C. Fields and Joan Bennett are al- so In the cast. The plot of "Mississip- pi" revolves about a Yankee youth unfamiliar with the way of the Old South who declines a duel for his sweetheart's hand. Branded as a cow- tests duelling. This is a Paramount picture. VVcdnpsdftV. Thliradnw Ani.ll M 1U "Biography of a...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 12 April 1935

r t i pi ) ft hi . ' i ' Ai Mi 'I i i Hi 1 fc L liiT ! Paqc Four THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN SILK DRESS SALE Friday and Saturday SMART SILK SEERSUCKERS SHIRTWAISTS STYLES ETC. NAVY TRIPLE SHEERS MANY LOVELY STYLES 100 Dresses at $2.95 Friday and Saturday Bettis & Gibbs Inc llcnclquarln'n for Collide Girls Clolhes QUESTIONNAIRE ( Continued fioni page 1) BRIEF NEWS FLASHES as Hits gto'itest Anicilcnn woman winning "vol Jane Add.ims by 7 to 5. Othets who weie chosen were Mth. M. A. Foiguson Dolly Madison Su- san L5 Anthony Florence Nightin- gale Carrie Nation anil Rdno Fi'ibei. The git'dttst man of all tine at- raiding fo the sutvey was Jesus of N'azaiolh. Otheis iccelving votes in this weie Thomas Jefft'iMHi Julius C.iosar. Fianklln Hoospvelt Sot rates Plato Shakcspeaio Lincoln Gautn- m.i Buddha Thomas IMIson Aii-.totU-and Geotge Washington. The greatest woman of all time was Mine. Cutlo. followed by Clcopatiu .loan of Aie Florence Nightingale Queen Hlla- beth. Molly Pitcher and Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 April 1935

JIJJII kiv 1 THE COLLEGIAN jCullen Perry Jiangs Txai rThe dally reading of a good newspaper Is an education In No entertainment Is as cheap us reading nor any pleasure so lasting. Lady M. W. Montagu. IIBCU. H llwk) .... 6L' j-im LIMlJZXiHjL'LXxJwi J II VOL. XXIX. CONTRIBUTORS TO CAMPUS FUNDS TO BE REWARDED WITH FLOWERS DANIEL BAKER TO OBSERVE HOLI- DAY Along with the many businesses of Brownwood the students and faculty of Daniel Baker will enjoy a holiday Monday. It Is in observance of the anniversary of the battle of San Ja- cinto the final and deciding conflict between the Texans and Mexicans for Hie Independence of Texas fought on the San Jacinto river near the village of San Jacinto April 21 1836. A Little History On Murch 6 proceeding the Mexi- can at my under President Santa An- na had stormed the fort known as the Alamo; had butchcted Its defenders and had then ndvanccd to attack the main Texas army under Geneial Sam Houston. The Mcxicuns has numeri- cally a great advantage ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 April 1935

RTw THE DANIEL IAKM COLLEGIAN fi' f i .-. It K i f .v r f 4 :4' V. . i1' :i CA MIMiia it) frwclattd fhlUsUte frrnt 4AM0N WW-'1 9 THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered nt Post Office of Brownwood Tex. ns second class matter GRADY LEACH Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager MORRIS RODGERS . Associate Editor TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Fred Sailings Sports Editor Elizabeth IJlalock Society Editor Juanitn Thomason Exchange Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Lucy Cross Columnist Jane MacWilliams Grammarian Stenographer Mary Holmes Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor iiLesrssS Z3???& irfZi aiaSr ffiLJL A SENSE OF HUMOR Professor Logan Esarey speaking recently before a luncheon meeting of Blue Key uppei classmen's honorary organization said that the diameters lie 'ic i-izes most in his students is sense of humor. "Not the kind of sense of humor that brings loud guf- faws but the kind that causes a twinkle in the eye" Professor Esarey explained. The Profes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 April 1935

THI DANIEL RAKIR CJLLIQIAN I TtirM PERSONALS Ernestine Durham ex-student of D. B. C. spent the week-end in Brown wood. Lee Roy Chandler of San Antonio nnother ex-student was on the cam- pus the past few days. Helen Orey spent' the week-end at her home in Rising Star. Mary Hutchinson visited friends in the dormitory Saturday. Hulan Barr of Cross Plains was in Brownwood over the week-end. Pluto Woodward has returned from an extended visit in Odessa. Cy Rutledge Pete Roach Wallace Myers W. A. Williams Wilma Pratt Juanlta Thomason Dorothy Schroe- der and Alice Brown spent' the day in Menard Sunday. Miss Brown was a visitor here over the week-end. get a talking picture of Nubbin in- stead of Elder doing all the talking. Cy Ruttedge has a motto now "Sat It With Flowers." Blanche Pcrclful and Dobbs are go- ing places In a whirl. We are not able to tell Just who the object of Myers' affections is. 1 e Malvana was asked If she over thought that her head was on fire from the gleam of the elec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 19 April 1935

I Page Pour THI DANUX tAKEM COLLEOIAN l .-. It i ) r c f ir I. w ft II THE NUT CRACKER By Who Carei SOME 9PEED EH WOT? You've heard nil nbout the man who was so fast that he turned out the light pot In bed and was sound asleep befotc the toom was dark. Well how about this one? "Slick" Stick of Oily Gulch Is so fast that' he can knock on his front door run around through the back door to It himself in run mound to the front door to come In just In time to smile and shake hands with him- self and wish himself a Merry Christ- mas a Happy New Year and that he will get lots of Easter eggs for Thanksgiving HANS APOLOGY Hans the butcher was told by the Telephone company he would forfeit his phone If he did not tettact what he had said to a piomlnent citizen in the course of a conversation over the wire. "Very veil Hans vill npoloshlzc" he said. He culled Main 7777. "Ish dat you Mister Doollttle?" "It is." "Dis is Hans der putchei." "Well?" "Dis morning in der heat of dis- pleasure I tol' y...

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

THE COLLEGIAN DON'T FOGET MOTHER MOTHER'S DAY ' A x .; a" ":- L MAY 12 wL ft 9 JJ1 1 V KM VOL. XXIX. ROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 3 1935 Price 5 Centt. No. 21 MEDHATIN' IN THE BATHTUB Soap Consumption "Leach you are forever howling about keeping clean and I bet you don't know how much soap is used In the United States every year" ribbed one of my most worry-wartlsh friends. But for once I knew. There are on an average of 3000000000 pounds of soap and soap compounds used annually in the United States. Yes I agree that this Is an enor- mous lot of soap 115 plus pounds per individual but It is not enough to keep us thoroughly clean. At least not outwardly and inwardly. I have about made up my mind that there is really nothing wrong with the world; it's the people of the world that make it all confusing and Immoral. And no soap has been Invented to wash the mouths of the foul minded. Foul Mouthed Yesterday I had the misfortune to be In the company of a cursing (at least not a lady) girl. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1935

. L li W V h 4 f. ir r i r ii i v ' Hi? I Sv I K Page Twa THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN w-t&lg?'' ""w hi V2ftP H0cUtrd ColUtiatc frrm THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter WHAT DOES DANIEL BAKER NEED MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE? A reformation. Kuth Johnston . . . More good looking boys. Anna Margatet Tucker . . . Willlngncu to wotk. Emmatic Hemphill . . . General campus Impiovement. Olcene Hochester . . . Now buildings -using his Imagination) Byioii Douglas . . . Activity clubs etc. Lucy Cross . . . New furnishings maps chairs etc. Halllc Trnmmell . . . Modern Ideas.- Blulock ... A little pep and college dances. Kobetta Moore (Hurrah! Ilobettaj . . . Hecieatlon hull.- -Melton Smith (a fine thing for any school) . . . Money.--Welma Green (Wolma. you hit the nail squat e on the thumb . . . Do unythlng to the campus to make tor a change. Nell Guthrie . . . Splilt. Mary Hart (Yes a lto would not hint . . . Money. Jane Mac- Williams . . ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1935

F THI DANItL lAKIR CJLLEGIAN Paja ThrM THIS WEEK AT THE LYRIC Sunday Monday Tuesday May 5 6 7 "Qo Into Your Dance." The sen- sation of the year In the film world is the teaming of Ruby Keeler and At Jolson In First National's latest and said to be Its greatest musical "Go Into Your Dance." While the picture .mm ' Is a mammoth musical spectacle it carries with it a well-defined plot and a fascinating romance with tense emotional scenes Interspersed with hilarious comedy. The story is by Bradford Ropes the author of "42nd Street." Wednesday Thursday May 8 9 "The Wedding Night" is a Samuel Goldwyn production that brings Gary Cooper and Anna Stcn together for the first time. It Is a dramatic ro- mance in which Miss Stcn portrays the part of a modern American girl rebelling against the restraints and dictates of tradition. Cooper appears as a successful sophisticated New York author with whom she falls in love. It is a shaip contrast' to Miss Sten's other two pictures in Holly- wood and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 May 1935

: r i ... w K i n ) l ill w k'.l i ii. n ft 3 1 df! Page Four THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEOIAN HEADQUARTERS FOR COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. SMART CLOTHES AT MODERATE PRICES Did You Know That Cockroaches are dumber thnn fresh- men. Scientists sny that they can only remember a path t food for twenty minutes. "THE OMNIBUS OF BONERS" (Continued from Page One) Ksati was a man who vviole fublcM and sold his copy light for a mess of potash. Thomas Cr unmet- was a college student who ttanslaled the Old Testa- ment into the new one. In the days of Joseph the Kgyptiana gave reluse to the Israelites. Buddha Is wot shipped chiefly in Buddu Pest. Achilles was the boy whose mother dipped him in the Kiver Sliiix until he was Intolerable. Theseus begged Minus to tiy and kill the lubiynth. GEOGRAPHY Latitude tells you how hot you aie and longtltude how cold you inc. Question: How will the Panama Canal uld in the defense of Ameilca In war time? Answer: The locks will keep out the enemy's ...

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

1 THE COLLEGIAN 1 Be Ladies and Gentlemen. Come To the Prom Prepared to To the Students And Seniors We Wish a Happy Christmas And a Merry Entertain the Visitors L L Labor Day EL J9 VOL. XXIX. Amos Caldwell Wins First; Makes State Honor Roll With High Score YEOPINATOR By Morris Rodgert When this appears I shall have completed my academic work in Dan- iel Baker College and I will certain- ly not be sorry of it. The usual thing for a member of the senior class to say is that he is very very sorry that he is finishing. Those who say that never stop to think of what they are really saying for would it not defeat the purpose of this or any other insti- tution if we remained in the school for years and years? That is one reason that I say I am glad that I am finishing; another is that college has been a great disappointment to me in more than one respect. Now that I am through and can look back over the years I do not especially regret having spent four terms here for the associations I ha...

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

THE DANIEL SAKE COLLEGIAN YOUR PATRONAGE HAS BEEN APPRECIATED I Have a Swell Vacation and Come Back Stronger Than Ever Next Fall The South Side Cleaners :i ..f Pl Tw - - - -r . . ; i r r f ill '( f ' i E' l-WMA MIMIfR iilW iHSr MIMII fhwtlato CfcUtttateJtoM -1034(81 1938. This COLLEGIATE World THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Browmvood Tex. as second class matter GRADY LEACH . . . .' Editor WM. ELLIS Business Manager MORRIS RODGERS Associate Editor Fred Sailings Sports Editor Elizabeth Blalock Society Editor Juanita Thomason Exchange Editor Sara Collins Collegiate Digest Correspondent Lucy Cross Columnist Jane MacWilliams Grammarian Stenographer Mary Holmes Circulation Manager Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor itopiSiB GRADUATION GLORY By Morris Rodgers Commencement time is supposed to bring about a lot of tears and much sorrow for at that time the seniors leave the Dear Old Institution never to return as under-graduates. Everyone wishes them success happiness gl...

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

PM Tht hmhm J. L. BROWN - - JEWELER SELECT YOUR GRADUATION GIFT NOW! GRUEN WATCHES $24.00 up; OTHERS $9.95 up The latest in White and Yellow Gold and Diamond Pieces COME BACK NEXT YEAR TO PA AND MA Opposite Post Office 222 Center Avenue Phone 464 THE DANIEL BAKER CJLLEQIAN Campus "Ghost Writing" Is Very Profitable Now The newest way to provide oneself with a liberal education and at the same stroke bring In somo cold cash seems to be the now-flourishing busi- ness of campus ghost-writing. Rather complete revelations of the actual technique of the mysterious profession have been published on the campus of Columbia University (New York.) One of the best nt' the busi- ness explained that he turns out themes and term papers day after day for classmates and has even develop- ed a large mall-order business from other colleges. He charges $3 for 2000 words; $5 to $0 for 3000 words and $12 for 10000 words providing the research Is not too much. Fuithcrmore hlH confidence In his wilting abil...

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

Pag Pour THE DANIEL iAKIR COLLBOIAN r i. k i) r ) ill ti f 1 . A U i MED1TATIN' IN THE BATHTUB Baker student makes hit: Really this la nothing out of the ordinary considering the boy but I must ex- press myself. One Amos Caldwell midget freshman is by no means a Lllllputlon when he takes his post on a swivel stool within arms length of a piano key board. Amos meandered across the tracks the other day and got mixed up In a musical contest going on In Howard Payne and before he could get out he found himself the winner of high honors. Not an accident just plain talent let loose upon unsuspecting judges who are probably still gasping for breath. Tripper-Uppers: Prof. P.. E. Bair Is going to attend the summer session at Texas Tech . . . Mima Williams will teach school in Eldorado Okla- homa next term. Coincident: David Morris will be president of the H. P. C. student body next term . . . Norman "Beans" Morris is the president elect of the Baker student body for '35-'36 . . . they arc no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1935

THE COLLEGIAN Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students! Keep Faith In Our Advertisers Support Them L vol. xxx. ROWNWOOD TIXAt FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1135 Prlee 6 Cents. No. 1 y Ijl BILLIES OPEN SEASON TONIGHT AGAINST ARLINGTON GLEATON CHOSEN HEAD YELL LEADER Begin Here Today By Travis Potter Two different people on the cam- pus have approached me this week and each one asked me the same ques- tion but there was a difference. One .said "Are you going to write that column again this year?" And the other said "You're not going to write that column again this year are you?" Just a matter of fine shades of meaning and it left me in a bit of ii spot the obvious thing being that about fifty percent of the people (last year at this time it would have been "fifty per cent of the citizens") are actively opposed to the spoliation (nice word) of a fresh column of news print with such drivel as this is al- most sure to be if you have patience to see it hrough. So that gives one the idea of leav- ing It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1935

u b V I. i) f V t k'l t h i ri1 tf Pag Two feS$S 93S Member 1936 &2ff 1935 Member 1936 IAocia:?(i Gblbtfirie Press Distributor of (hileeide Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Browmvood Tex. as second class matter VM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor ELIZABETH BLALOCK Feature Editor SKIPPER HOWARD Sports Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor WOULD YOU ORDINARILY READ THIS? Why don't you read the type printed in this column more than you do? One of the most serious problems that have been encountered in.all newspaper offices and especially college news- papers is the;-k of readers of the editorial page. Just bec'e the editorial page is supposed to be the particu- lar space aU.ied to the editor and others of his staff to have their personal ormions aired is not as is apparently widely suppo.-od. necessarily an assurance that the reading matter there will be dry and uninteresting. For instance in this very editorial I might...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1935

THI DANIIL BAKIR COLLIQIAN ThrM 1935 HILL BILLIE SCHEDULE September 20-North Texas Aggies in Brownwood (nigKt). September 27 Texas Tech in Lubbock. October 4 John Tarleton in Brownwood (night). October 11 Austin College in Sherman. October 18 T. W. C. at Fort Worth. October 25-Southwest Texas Teachers in San Marcos. November 1 Trinity in Brownwood (night). November 9 McMurry in Abilene. November 15 Abilene Christian College in Brownwood. November 22 Southwestern in Brownwood. November 28 St. Edwards in Brownwood. A Look at the Sports By John T. Williamson Jr. Coach Gene Taylor is developing a championship squad at the practice Hold these days. Members of the freshman nnd varsity squad are gain- ing confidence and strength every day and will be In fine shape for their game with N. T. A. C. tonight. N. T. A. C. Is rated as a lowly op- jmncnt by many of the sideline fans but may surprise the Billies. Several well known high school stars of the l;i.Ht season have been awarded places on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 September 1935

4 THE DANIIL AKIHC0LL10IAN i ' I ! 1 I i) ill HI L l Robbers Attack Former Student Bill Watson a graduate of Daniel Baker who Is now connected with the chemical department of the Gulf Production Corporation In Odessa Texas was a victim of robbers sev- eral weeks ago BUI was at work gaging a well when the robbers approached. They entered the tool house fired six shots at Mr. Watson and then in order to play safe beat him over the head with a wrench. Later he was able to drive about n mile and a half to the superinten- dent's office and after telling of the robbery he collapsed. Investigation revealed that his skull was fractured but at present he Is doing very well. m i Organization of a Boys' Choral Club Urged by Faculty Interest has been manifested from several sources including faculty and students for the renewal of a boy's choral club this year. Due to the lack of a director and due to the lnck of artists the club has been sadly neg- lected for the period of a year. But good thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1935

1 THE COLLEGIAN Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students! Keep Faith In Our Advertisers Support Them L vol. xxx. HOWNWOOD TKXAS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1935 Price 5 Cents. No. 2 . o BILLIES SCRAP HILL BILLIES TROUNCE AGGIES IN CONTEST LAST FRIDAY 13-2 A Scribe and A Rag Newspaper publicity bad almost persuaded us that the Hill Billies had not one chance in a hundred to lace the Aggies from North Texas. What an agreeable surprise it was when the final whistle blew. Don't get me wrong now. I said that newspaper publicity had ALMOST persuaded me that we didn't have a chance. I knew all the time that those Billies would be in there fighting but I must ad- mit that worry had the best of us even through the first quarter. To watch the game of that type is thrilling yes but no matter how thrilling the real thrill comes when that old bell clangs out her victory challenge. Ahhh! There is ectasy; there is music. It beats out a melody and rhythm all its own one that can neither be described nor duplic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1935

( . ll I J i) I ! V ;u i: tifc IH U t V mI 17 1935 Member iqS Associated GollG&ide Press Distributor 01 GDlleeiate Diefest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter WM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor "KICKIN' THE GONG AROUND" The dictionary says that a "gong" is a tambourine-shaped mu- sical instrument of bronze which is struck by a padded stick. You will please observe that it is a MUSICAL instrument and that it is to be struck with a padded stick. Being a musical instrument the gong is to be beaten in musical rhythm and is not to be "kick- ed around." But "Minnie the Moocher" was caught red-handed. When the curtains parted there she was jes kickin' the irone around. Are you workin' gruntin' sweatin' strainin' preparin' put- tin' your all into your endeavors? When you have finished this back-stage life what then? Will you be in the rhythm section with a pa...

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