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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1935

' yi V-J V.' JUUUUUULfJUUUUlJUJ M.IJJUUUUL A Glance at the Sports By John T. Williamson Jr. iMffrrwrrrr8BTTTB'0dB8 This bumble freshman tbls week makes bis debut as a columnist for Tbe Collegian. Last week's bad news was just a sample for tbe editors of tbe rag to taste and examine. It seems to bave been satisfactory however here I am. Any suggestions for the betterment of the column will be glad- ly accepted and weighed for their merits. Red Conger mighty man of the Billy football team voices tbe opinion that the Billies have a chance to take the Tech Matadors In the game at Lubbock today. The showing made by tbe team In the N. T. A. C. game here last week seems to bear out his belief. Baker's team is rated as one of the best In the conference by the sideline coaches and Baker students should have tbe opinion that it is the best considering the start that it has made. All of the boys in the last game made good showings. The backneld and linemen have reason to feel proud of themselv...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 27 September 1935

f I L J i H f. u :? M flu. ? I Style Newt from Headquarters for COLLEGE GIRLS' CLOTHES THE MILITARY MODE is the new thing in the fashion world. Many striking examples of this dramatic new fashion trend may be found here. The military trend is due for tre- mendous popularity in Dresses Coats Suits Millinery and Accessories. Football Fashions. New Arrivals. See Them Today BETTIS & GIBBS INC. Across the Street from the Citizens Bank T. C. Teams in 5 Losses; 2 Wins ABILENE. Dope ran a relatively true course as the Texas Conference football program was opened last week with five defeats and two vic- tories. The only wins were contributed by McMurry and Daniel Baker but they were against junior college opposi- tion and it remained for two of the conquered machines Hardin-Slm- monB and Austin College to make Technology. New Atomic "Gun" Is Near- ing Completion PASADENA. Calif. (CNS)- Con- stitution of a huge atomic "gun" to be used in obtaining new data on the composition of matter Inv...

Publication Title: Collegian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 October 1935

THE COLLEGIAN Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students I Keep Faith In Our Advertisers Support Them L vol. xxx. BROWNWOOD TIXA8 FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 1135 Price S Cents. No. 3 1 AUSTIN COLLEGE TO BE FUST OMNSE GRID OPPOSfTION OF 1935 SEASON FOR BLUES ajUULM.I.WB 9 tiAAMJULULSUL Begin Here Today By Travis Foster MwrtnrrvrnvtrrpprnTrvv e o a Toward the end of that remarkable volume Anthony Adverse is an authentic-sounding origin given for the Mexican term "Gringo" which means Texan or citizen of the United States. According to the story a group of Texan and Mexican prisoners were be- ing escorted from El Paso to Mexico City back in the days when the entire Southwest was a Spanish colonial sec- tion. A group of the Texans were accustomed to singing along the way to while away the long hot days on the desert and one of their favorite selections wan a then-popular verse of Robert Burns': "Green grow the rashes O Green grow the rashes O The sweetest hours that e'er I spent Were spent among the las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 October 1935

y iV Hi im Member 1936 & 1935 Member 1936 ftjjocided Golle6ate Press Distributor of Golle6ia!e Di6est THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN M 'TEXANS LET'S TALK TEXAS' CENTENNIAL." 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 AND SO AD INFINITUM Scholars over the world through all the ages since the dawn of logical thinking have been in constant search of truth. The purpose of schools such as Daniel Baker has been to offer help to the youthful and the "divinely curious" in their quest for truth truth which is infinitely more than Keats had in mind when he stated rather narrowly but accurately as far as it goes that "truth is beauty and beauty is truth" and no more. If you are earnestly in search of truth and logical methods of thought you are inter ested in the many various approaches others have made to the problem of universal knowledge and culture. For a few e...

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

This Collegiate World (By Associated Colleriate Pnui Business men speaking before groups of future Rotarlans tap their fingers and remark "Ah yes no young man could better occupy him self during these depression years than by going to college." And a thousand college presidents with one eye on the school account books agree enthusiastically. In fact if more young men and women with money to spend don't agree with them this year another batch of small colleges are due to wipe the black boards free from chalk and call It a day. Ten colleges closed within the last couple of years while several oth- ers consolidated. Others are putting up a strong fight to save themselves. The methods they have used in this fight are Just now coming into the open thanks to an investigation by the Association of the American Colleges. The Turck report shows that Ameri- can schools of higher learning have amazingly degraded themselves in the frantic competition for students. Says the reporter: "The busine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 4 October 1935

I - 1 NEW ARRIVALS TODAY . . . TWIN SWEATER SETS NEW SKIRTS THE NEW BROWN PATENT KID SHOES with buckle SMART COTTON FROCKS BALBRIOOAN PAJAMAS NEW BAGS NEW COATS NEW DRESSES NEW SUITS BETTIS & GIBBS Inc Headquarters for College Girls Clothes EQIN HERE TODAY (Continued from page 1) Treasures of good reading which should not be neglected any longer There Is also the volumne by Dr. Al bert Wlggam titled "The Marks of an Educated Man" which is vaiuae-ie. That does not mean I have taken over the Job of press agent for the local book shelves. It's just that I'm In that sort of mood for a fleeting moment. The late Kin Hubbard was one of the many millions who have expert enced the ever growing menace of street traffic In New York. After be coming firmly convinced of the Im possibility of a completely safe cross ing for the pedestrian in the metro polls Hubbard opined "The only safe way a man can cross a street in New York is to lead a cow." Several years ago (and you prob- ably hear this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1935

t inriirnifWTut"-"" -...-.. i ..ifM4M f 1 THE COLLEGIAN Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students I Pk ' Advertisers Support Them L I I I Keep Faith I In Our I an a H Advertisers I vPflf M3m ttsr BlsaWsf issstrsla' VOL. XXX. HILL BILLIES IN SHERMAN FOR GAME M Be M By Travis Fetter assaeaaaeeeeaaeaeeaeeeqBfyt It might be interesting to conduct some sort of questlonalre among the members of the Daniel Baker faculty to determine how many of them feel as the Tale professor who completed twenty years of work on the faculty of that leading New England school. On being questioned by bis friend Woodrow Wilson then teacher at Princeton the professor replied that after twenty years of teaching he had come to the conclusion that the hu- man mind had infinite resources for resisting the introduction of knowl- edge. (This is written apropos of nothing but merely in interest and through sympathy for the faculty at least those of them who might per- chance read this.) Aa long as this subject has been b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1935

S" . $&. $4L MM iom Member xoso Mm 1935 Member 1936 Fksoc'idcd Cotteeiate Press Distributor of Gblle6iote Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN " 'TEXANS LET'S TALK Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as eecond class matter WM. ELLIS CARL ELLIS TRAVIS FOSTER Helen Post Wright BETWEEN YOU AND THE JUDGES Somewhere recently one of the American critics was bold enough to suggest that could the great publisher-philanthropist Pulitzer see and read some of the recent novels which hae been awarded the annual Pulitzer Prize for the best novel writtn by an American about American scenes and people he would undoubt- edly groan and turn his face to the far side of his coffin or some such expressive expression. It is a fact that ever since the estab- lishment of the Prizes it has been a popular indoor pastime for American writers to find all manner of fault with the selections. For instance during the past two or three years the American book publishers have been swamped with stories about ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1935

PROFESSOR OENN FRANK GIVES OPINIONS ON FREEDOM OF PRESS y Glenn Prank i President University of Wisconsin (Reprint from Tbe Daily Cardinal) The freedom of the press la never jwon. It la a right that muat be con Ainuously won for the forcea that dis- believe in Its validity and dlllike its vitality are aleepleaa. And these for fin surround and anlpe at the amateur press of universities no less than the professional press. The ifreedom of the professional press finds Its most serious enemy in patronage. The freedom of the amateur press has most to fear from paternalism. A press that Is not free Is worth .less whatever else It may claim by way of vlrttes. If I were a great manufacturer I should think twice before I should spend much money advertising my wares in a newspaper that colored Its news and designed Its editorials to .corner contracts even if its policies catered to all my most cherished pre judlces. For I would realize at least I think I would realize that a press o suppliant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 11 October 1935

M S V r 1 1 LYRIC Friday and Saturday IIMtfET Dmpfkly.tn Lovtl x&ttmMARCH toOHRON 'SKDABK ANGEL8 HEMEMfMAMUll VnUtiArthttPtctnttL Plus MARCH OF TIME Cartoon and News KANGAROO RATED (Continued from page 1) against them they are not expected to go down (if at all) not fighting. Very Important Game If the Billies win this game tonight they will be atxp the Conference then and more than that on defeating the now best bet in the Conference they will be In the eyes of sports writers again and will doubtless be accorded the chance to win Confeience honors. But if they do not stop the Kanga roos there will not be another team as it looks now to stop them- unless it be the Jackets ucross the tracks. Well dope rarely ever means any- thing and if the Billies play harder that the Kangaroos tonight they will win. That bell may ring tonight. Collegiate Review Japan will have an opportunity to see American football this autumn. A squad of 34 former college players from Tulsa University the Uni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1935

1 THE COLLEGIAN "I Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students 1 Keep Faith In Our Advertisers Support Them L VOL. XXX. MOWN WOOD TSXAS FRIDAY OCTOBIR II 1t3S Price 5 Cents. No. 5 &r 1 18 8TyrrrinnrTi rmn i a Begin Here Today By Travis Foster JUUUU 9. JUUUUUUULI Bit MJUUU. A sort of a kind of secret sorority has been formed on the campus. Up to the present there are only three members Sara Collins Nell Guthrie and Ruth Johnston (If you don't see me around for a couple of weeks after this Is printed ask about me from one of them.) But the plans are to pledge several other members soon possibly this week. Among the pledg- es being considered are Blllle Keeler (distant relative of Ruby both are brunettes) Alice Earl Anderson (if my dope is correct) and a few others of the freshman class. It was not the original intention to devote this space to that section of humanity and pos- sibly I had better stop before more and worse is said. The name of the sorority has not been discovered but I al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1935

1935 Member 1936 Ptenr-Tied Colieftsole Press Distributor of Golle6iate Dietest over-emphasized if horror can be over emphasized. But the thing that changes a shrinking dread to a mad zest for the excitement of war is newspaper publicity. The dreaded things of war are sel- dom recited in a newspaper they emphasize REASONS they talk patriotism. And we hear the truth sometimes from the lips of those left alive from the book they sometimes write. Today the world is sane. Boys and girls men and women- unprejudiced by publicity still can see what they want. May we always remain the same even should Hearst change I The South Texan. Echoes from Exes THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN " 'TEXANS LET'S TALK TEXAS' CENTENNIAL." Entered at Post Office of Brownwood. Tex. as second class matter PROFESSOR. WHAT'S VOIR RATE? An investigation made by the student publications at Texas University of what student. really think of their professors start- ed reverberations echoing throughout the contemporary col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1935

As You Like It y Ima Cynle The title was borrowed from the Immortal bard and waa not original. In fact If anything original appears In this manuscript we will be as much surprised as you are. The pur- pose is to fill up space In the paper. That Is why It Is named what It Is. The first item on the program is a little gossip. Imogene Orady is no longer going steady. It 'seems that she and he reached the parting of the ways. So all you boys that like them small and sweet be sure and see her pronto. F. O. Floyd Is plenty mad at Mrs. Wright. In fact he Is threatening to boycott her. The other day on a test one question was asked that F. O. claims he answered perfect. To his surprise and amazement he received zero on It. The question Is as fol- lows: What other literature of the Anglo Norman age can you name? The answer was: None. He says he Is entitled to at least half of the cor- rect amount. If you want to go to the Gem The- atre free here is the way. Walt un- til Roberta Moore is work...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 18 October 1935

New Arrivals . . . New and varied assortment of Scarfs also Scarf and Belt Sets nothing is more pop- ular. They are really different. SfC and up Twin Sweater Sets more colorful and more beautiful Brushed Wool sets leading. $l.tt and up Many other new things arriving on each ex- press come and see whether you wish to purchase or not. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes November 4-27 Set for Rogers' Fund Solicitation living continuing memorials projected to honor the charitable educational and humanitarian traits which were so beloved in Will Rogers the llvin? man." WASHINGTON The nation! com- mittee for a memorial to Will P.ogers. late humorist-philosopher announced this week that a campaign for funds will be conducted Nov. 4 to 27. C&pt. Eddie Rickenbacker World War ace. is chairman of the national committee named by Vice President Garner. Jesse H. Jones chairman of the Reconstruction Finance Corpora- tion is treasurer for the fund. "Money alone is not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 October 1935

THE COLLEGIAN i I Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students! Keep Faith In Our Advertisers Support Them L vol. xxx. tROWNWOOD TKXAS FRIDAY OCTOSER 25 1935 Price S Cents. No. it" Jt I MMajBB BILLIES GO ii8BB8armnnnnnnnnnnrg Begin Here Today By Travis' Fetter HflJIIIIIIMI IIIID Three weeks ago Lulgi Pirandello .foremost dramatist of Italy If not all Europe arrived In New York on the steamer Rex. But the slgnor's peace of mind had been so disturbed on the way over by the Increasing tension growing from the Italo-Ethloplan sit uatlon that before the Atlantic cross- ing had been made Pirandello had de- cided to go back. And that was the reason reporters and ladles' culture clubs in the United States got no more than a brief hail and farewell in place of lengthy interviews and more lengthy and boring literary teas and after-luncheon addresses. The Italian writer said he believed that in a time of stress a man should be in his native land. And I have the assurance of Mrs. Wright that the estima...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 October 1935

I. ft wSm t035 Member 1936 Alv 1935 Member 1936 Associated Golleeiate Press Distributor of CbUe&aie Diefest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN 'TEXANS LET'S TALK TEXAS' CENTENNIAL." 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 YOUNG MAN OF TWENTY It is probably safe to say that half the boys in Daniel Baker are not yet twenty years of age. But it would not be safe to say that less than half the boys in school have not decided upon defi nite plans for the careers they intend to follow. To repeat here the adage that statistics are dry would be impertinent to the question and in addition it would be likely untrue in this instance for the statistics quoted above although general in nature are rather important to every student. The fact that we call these young men in college by the term "boys" is the most important factor in consideration of them and their lives a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 October 1935

LYRIC SATURDAY MIDNIOHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY 09 GRAND IN HER GREATEST! Dutch Clark Tells About the Mystery of Modern Football petroit Mich. Earl C. "Dutch" Clark quarterback of the Detroit Lions and considered by many critics one of the greatest players now in the game offers an explanation of one of football's most baffling mysteries. Sports writers and fans alike have wondered why many 'big names' stars have failed to make the grade in the pro game while players' rosters- of major professional leagues are filled with names of men whose collegiate experience was with obscure teams representing smaller institutions. "Pro football is much tougher than the college game" Clark says "very much tougher. A lot of people have the Idea that the pros lack the physi- cal condition of the colleglates. That's out. We start practice more than a month before our first game. "We work five hours a day with both morning and afternoon drills and in the heat of summer too. No col- lege team undergoes suc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 25 October 1935

fc' . i fie AS YOU LIKE IT Ima Cynle Supercilious writes in to say that the Ideas promulgated last week are all wet Me states that love la a nat- ural expression and not an artificial one. Love has been with us all through the ages and will continue to be with us all the time It is that that ties us down and makes life worth living. He dismisses last week's article with a strong sentence. Pooey to you from me. Naturally the cynic has nothing to say on the matter. It is the cynic's Idea to let them fight it out as they please. single snob on the campus. Every- body is just one big happy family A man's word is his bond. No one ever thought of not keeping his word. Yes we are a happy family. at Skipper but he alio thought quick- ly Looking up at the officer with a seraphu smile he whispered; "Kiss me Sergeant Believe it ..r not- they ?ot away with It Coker and a bunch of the football boys were discussing the coming game. Coker made the remark that he could beat them by himself. John Li...

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

- HILL BILLIES TO MEET TRINITY HERE SATURDAY NIGHT THE COLLEGIAN Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students! Pk r I Keep Faith II In Our I Advertisers I Support Them I vol xxx. ROWNWOOD TKXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 1935 PrlM 5 Cento. Ne. 7 THELMA McCULLEY ELECTED DANIEL BAKER SWEETHEART A Scribe and A Rag It grieves the Scribe very much to have to retort to the drastic measures that he did resort to. It takes quite a bit of time and work to garner enough material to fill the columns of the Rag and it is only time wasted for the staff to try to work midst a din of noise and nerve-wracking racket. The Scribe sincerely hopes that no one feels In the least bit hurt and he also hopes that all students will bear with him on this step he has taken. Well so much for the unpleasant things. The Hickman brothers are a very inconslstant pair. They have contin- ually made their boasts as to how and when they were intending to take over the Collegian office. Well the staff resented this Hickman attitude for...

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

Mtmnft'"1'"""1111'1 t s i BlB tnii Kfmkoi asC Mkm on y33 ..-.-. -yj mmm 1935 Member 1936 Associated GoUeeWe Press Distributor of Colle6ide Di6est THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN " TEXANS LET'S TALK TEXAS' CENTENNIAL." 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 GOOD ENOUGH VS. THE BEST (By George Crate from The Cougar) In a recent issue of the Saturday Evening Post these lines appeared in an article by Harry Gordon Self ridge: "If a man is going to realize his dream of the best he must continually be dissatisfied with the second best. It means he must regard what is only 'good enough' as the enemy of the best." Isn't this the biggest single reason for mediocrity: for work that falls just a little short of being good work? And isn't it a major cause of blighted hopes and ambitions? That old "good enough" habit is so easy to acquire and so difficult to shake off...

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