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

r. LYRIC SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY tHfcYWIRf MNNY-WISI . ..10VI FOOLISHI . . A aey vim SwtMr remente jp!K- ate wale jfaafe jTK ' kitkAMSAAsWw ttsiBBHsV x 9 .attaBkHPNKH BBBBBVaBBBBBMBmL rlvL? MMiWk 'wvVPW mmm mmwifm zoir prtis su rMi BW oetou UiTZSU' ' 4 Praa Plil.r llk CAROLE LOMRMD ! FIEI MacMHRMY tlril4 by Mltth.ll Ulit. From The Exchanges As a result of a recent survey at the University of Manitoba the un dergraduates voted that a wheel-bar row Is held to be of more worth on a farm than an old maid. Men are In great demand evidently. Auburn Plainsman If you keep your sweetie in hot water all the time don't be surprised If she gets hard-boiled. Economical Short Story Rich girl motor car lonely road boy. Rescue swoon-elopement end. (Net saving 6597 words) Down South a negro woman was attempting to purchase some eggs in a grocery 'store run by one of her own complexion. "Is dese eggs fresh?" she asked. The salesman replied "I's not savin' dat dey ain't." She turned on him...

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

DOZENS OF NEW COATS AND SUITS Have Just Been Unpacked Everything About Them Shouts Newness $10.75 to $25.00 BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. COLLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES Skull and Bones Pledges Honored at Formal Feast Beginning the activities of the year Wednesday evening with an Initiation dinner In honor of the new 1035 pledg- es the Daniel Baker Skull and Bones club pre-medlcal society has announc- ed plans for a full year's program of entertainment and instructive lecture programs. Officers for the club have not been all selected although Charles Hogue is remaining in the office of president with John Becham vice president. Other old members of the club are Richard Dillingham Ned Snyder W. E. Williams and C. B. Lovelace. The pledges who were guests of honor at the formal Initiation dinner Wednes- day evening were Emmarle Hemphill Dorothy Nell Griffin Leaird Meadows Henry Wood Jlmmle Settle and Al- bert Miller. The Initiation it was announced by the vice president was not secret this year. All p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1935

1 r I THE COLLEGIAN Come Out To The Pep Rallies Students! Advertisers Support Them L I Keep Faith I I In Our IJ vFflf 1 MtSf fl VM bhfHS' vol. xxx. HOLIDAYS ANNOUNCED FOR SATURDAY AND Begin Here Today By Travis Fetter J. P. McEvoy who Is one of my favorites nas been writing very en tertainlngly of a recent voyage to Japan where he made a rather ex tensive study of Japanese nightlife and social trends. He finds that there is no night life although the popular music of Japan is intriguing and highly attractive to the Occidental ear. Mr. McEvoy without in any way attempting to assume the dignity of Slgmund Spaeth or Deems Tay- lor blandly informs us that the Jap- anese type of rhythm will sweep the United States as successor to the Rhumba Tango and other Latin tem- pos which have been so familiar dur- ing the past few years. The Japanese drums have a quality and appeal unique to all modern music. Mr. McEvoy was somewhat baffled by the Japanese language as it' flash- ed off and on In mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1935

hs Iffae. ft i i a k HI inas Member 1036 ALv 1933 Member I935 PVsiociQted Golleetde Press Distributor of Collegiate Digest 9 1 1 a 1 tttM.mn.mj utittu THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN 'TEXANS LET'S TALK TEXAS' CENTENNIAL." Entered at Post Office of Browmvood Tex. as second class matter WM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor ARMISTICE DAY To obtuin liberty and freedom our forefathers wrote the DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE and fought the Revolu- tionary War. To guarantee liberty and freedom they wrote the CONSTITUTION. To express their love of liberty and free- dom they sang "AMERICA" which mentions liberty and free- dom six times. The Colonists gave up their homes in Europe to obtain lib erty and freedom in America. After 150 years they learned to fear government because they experienced royal despotism. They rebelled against it. They joined with their neighbors in a DE- CLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE in which they stated tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1935

Q ueeirs uality 3 1 1 Fisk St. LYRIC FRIDAY and SATURDAY .- . ". .- .-lV :t!r V !.-." - 10 jl . T KfeiAiati A HnrnttMi Hlt wiik MAMI EVANS avid ! Jha Wiif J C. Mf ami SUNDAY MONDAY TUE8DAY t tS. rt:r . i V! ." W Hm Navy's 'Ntrtatlen VMk'1 DICK POWELL RUBY KEELER wnuiw 8. O. 8. By Maebell Fitzgerald To some the Bounding of S. O. S Brings only the thoughts of ships In distress; To us it has another ring It is a great and honored thing. It's known on the campus of D. B. C. Ah a prosperous club with purposes three: The first which is a social plan We help each other all we can; The next It Is a well known fact In recreation we do not lack: In the last but greatest of them all We sound the educational call. Our members a selected twenty-five Work like that many bees In hive. We learn just how to be good cooks We mix our fun friendship and books. The higher sciences we try to maater But the easier things we learn much faster. Our worthy sponsor you muat meet A better one you'll never gree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 8 November 1935

V 1 fH Ul W1 ri . h it i EXTRA SPECIAL SILK STOCKINGS 69 pir A Famous Mill Sold Us Nationally Advertised Stockings AT FAR BELOW REGULAR PRICES Sheer - Ringless - Full Fashioned Silk from Top to Toe BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls' Clothes J EQIN HERE TODAY (Continued from page 1) mance" and othcts. Worth last week. He was In Fort Could you bear It if I said here I think Gilbett Scldes was a bit silly to piopose in a magazine article that the Republican and Democratic par- tics should be dissolved and new par- ties composed of the married adults with rhildien opposed to the married ndults without children be formed? Then I won't but if you would give mi the onoorrunltv. I could say I think Mr. Seldes could write much tunnicr and much better things than he does if only he would. m Jackets Picked (Continued from page 1) start against the Yellow Jackets. Joe Grimes center tips the scales at 180 as docs Carl Wels tackles. Leo McDade tackle fiom Amarlllo weighs 190 ...

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

THE COLLEGIAN n m OL. XXX. ItOWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15 1935 Price 5 Cents. No. IACC VARSITY GRID TEAM TO BE GIVEN Begin Here Today y Travis Fetter How many times have you seen the word opposite In meaning to "un- couth?" Chaucer was found in the very act of using "couth" which like- ly at one time was one of the more reliable units of our pliable and evan- escent English language. For an idea however vague it may be of what moderns think of these words grown obsolete but still attractive Sara Col- lins told me just this week that any- one who would use "couth" as a word would also wear button shoes. A few of the Arcady boys were loitering down near the boatdocks last week-end and the conversation got around to the ancient but still fascinaitng subject of Futures. That is they were talking of human Fu- tures and after summarily disposing of the preliminaries names were call- ed. You would be surprised to learn some of the predictions that were voiced. People you know were talk...

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

iV i kStjBn M4 fitAt4lti VA JmJf 3rm V33 "" V3" iiiw 1935 Member 1936 Phsocialed Cb!le6ia!e Press Distributor of Cfolle&lde 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 Sfr&sL'.;:. Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor ALMA MATER A minority group of students have intimated that they de- sire a new Alma Mater altogether; that the present one is old- fashioned. They say that it sounds as if it were a funeral dirge and should be discarded. The majority of the students would not listen to such an argument : would not cheer when the band presented the proposed alma mater to the student body. It was contended that the present Alma Mater is truly a tradition of Daniel Baker and that it meant very much to the ex-students. Both sides have good points both in favor and against their arguments. As both sides have bluntly presented the...

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

LYRIC FRIDAY and SATURDAY Bttr j4b!3bsbbbbbbbb'&.bsbbbbbbbbsbbbbbbbW WM&tHri ' mUKJBfl BBBBBBHSHk' bibbbbk1sbbk.h . JLS3Bp3y SNBflilflBpr "ALADDIN'S LAMP" A CARTOON PARAMOUNT NEWS MIDNIGHT SATURDAY 8UNDAY MONDAY AND TUESDAY li .1.1 Jimiwfflil I I 1 .1 HBAMAll rnytMuc ! I . i m "55 AVICI JAVJ VJS.nijel U&WU-;Trijl OXAIIC "SeoTll HI WniK JDEnIB i.ifwi":n iWofiowi UlNOCROSBV leww.SYu ninth ijn.""" I'WSfi'AVTijnl IcHAS-RUGGLESl Lit loom ki.M Scrapiron s Humor y Charles Wllllngham Elizabeth Waters is so dumb that she thinks the moth requires less nourishment than any other insect because it eats boles. Prof. Blair Where is the Great Divide? Frances Hise Reno Nevada. "Are you" Davenport? Mclnroe Of course you under- stand that I want my shoes comfort- able but at the same time good looking and stylish. Clerk Yes ma'am I think I un derstand perfectly. You want them large Inside and small outside. Just Like Them They had been happy for the whole j oar. Then one morning Cleo came...

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

iV TALKING TURKEY Thanksgiving and Christmas at Bettis & Gibbs Inc. go hand in hand this year because Thanksgiving is late. Only three and a half weeks between the two festivals. The wise plan is to begin now shop together for both Christmas and Thanksgiving Gifts are already all over the store. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. FASHIONS Of The Hour MJLSLSUUL&XajULajaJSJUULSLSLSLSLaSJL By Sara Collins "History Repeat Itself. All the glory that was Greece is seen again In the drapery of the evening gowns which were the sensation of the Paris Open- ings. Beautifully accenting a well- poised figure shirred and stitched to mould the lines of the body cut low- to reveal the sholdeis these gowns are magnificent to wear and as new as they are old. With the rise of these classic lines for evening fashions came the sweeping popularity of white of silver and of pale shades of long scarfs drifting away from tlic line of the dress Itself of sheer light fabrics softly plaited of low-heelea slipper...

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

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. XXX. ROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22 1MB Rrlot 5 Cents. No. 10 BILLIES SCORE 7-6 A Scribe and A Rag There seems to be quite a bit of paint slinging going on here and across the tracks lately. It all seems a lot of unnecessary goings-on and little good if any can come of it However everything has its advant- ages. Witness: Both HPC and DBC are getting a paint job done for noth- ingunsightly as It may be. We were threatened the eary part of this week by no other than the great Bee Hickman. Despite our many efforts to persuade that we were not campaigning against her she insists that enough is enough and will not be responsible for her actions after this issue comes off the press provided the Hickman clan is men- tioned In this particular issue. Time and time again have we told her that it is not her fault that she is re- lated to those low-lifers Harvey and Charlie. Her wrath was kept down for quite a while but now she seems to feel that she is duty bound to save ...

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

h V vi Ul 1 m we fe?.ill ... - ffl.J 1935 Member 1936 fissocialed Golleftide Press Distributor of Collegiate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter VVM. ELLIS CARL ELLIS TRAVIS FOSTER Helen Post Wright IJURDENS OK CIVILIZATION Young men in America may be kidding themselves into be- lieving all they have been told by the older generation concern- ing the burdens of civilization. This fact has become more and more apparent since the close of the World War and the disastrous climax to the spending orgy experienced from 1922 to 1929. Throughout the "depression years" from 1930 to 1935 more and more religious leaders educators and statesmen have em phasized the magnitude of the of home builders and political leaders and warned young Ameri- cans to prepare to assume responsibilities no other similar period in our history has developed. If young people are to believe that these dilemmas that are rearing their ugly heads above the s...

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

BfflaPjjBy w$L Mumu ITCIMCtTOUFEMA mi:i;m::i FrancbotTONE Cast of Thousands "NnNlMS MtM IMtlM Ma af TaMtll m jeaamv-s BBBBSBRA;'-Ba 301 f BTS kTJ KSSe HaiBKSIHlllMBaHlw l2iHBm lis ; jR. LYRIC SATURDAY MIDNIGHT Sunday Monday and Tuesday This Collegiate World Proprietors of the College Inn New London Conn. are suing Connecti- cut College for having placed the restaurant "out of bounds" for stu- dents. Johns Houkins university recently accepted a gift of 300 books from the Italian government. An expect- ed anti-Fascist demonstration by students failed to materialize. Greatest "thief" in football annals was Princeton's Arthur Poe who wrenched a ball from the arms of a Yale runner November 12 1898 and ran 100 yards for the day's only score. Enrollment in Haverfords' courses for the college janitors and kitchen men jumped this year from 11 to 25. Subjects Include civics French and algebra. Leaflets advertising a Nazi book were found Inserted Into a standard German' text at CCNY recently. ...

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

r iV MARVELOUS VALUES IN NEW FUR TRIMMED COATS AND SUITS HIGH STYLE AT A LOW COST. That is the slogan of these new Suits and Coats which has plenty of what it takes to make them the smartest yet seen this season. They are coats and suits that will win a lot of smart girls and women for they are youthfully styled with smart real fur treat- ments at a price never thought possible. Materials shown in garments ut twice the price earlier. Colors Bronseen rust brown black and kent. lovely silk creep linings. BETTI8 GIBBS Inc. Smart Styles at Moderate Prices m SQUAD PLAYS (Continued from page 1) ing the ball on their own eight Bald- win punting out of danger. The Wildcats took to the air and on their second serious threat went over for a touchdown. Try for ex- tra point was missed. All Look Well Couches Taylor and Meyers cer- tainly did not lie when they said that they would have eleven scrapping men on the field all the time. It is very difficult to pick out the out- standing players for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1935

E THE COLLEGIAN VOL. XXX. MOWN WOOD TSXAS FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 1935 Price 5 Cents No. 11 1 ' BASKETBALL PROSPECTS ARE A Scribe and A Rag Maybe some of you missed the Rag last week and then again some of you probably noticed nothing out of the ordinary. But whether you miss- ed it or not the Scribe certainly en- joyed the rest. And It Is with a great deal of reluctance that he starts the old grind again. If it wasn't for the fact that we can now renew our assault on the Hickman tribe we might be so re- luctant as to desert the weekly spasms altogether. Of course you wouldn't mind that. The Scribe has grieved quite a bit over the fact that Arveal Adams was carried out of the St. Eds. game with a broken leg. Arveal you know was one of the most consistent men on the Hill Billie line during the current season. He nearly always played sixty minutes of football and was sorely missed when he wasn't In the game. Since Arveal played the whole Beason without a scratch apparently It seems a double...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1935

iV t I h 3 sWL RTSeB fAfmkf TAl7 AMY ;3i V33 ...... y?" b 1935 Member 1936 Plssocioled Golle6iafe Press Distributor of Colle6iaie Di6est SSSSSSSSESSSSSS BEGIN HERE TODAY 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 o 0 By TRAVIS FOSTER ....MM-S .. t Hiia " . AS YUU LltL 11 I I HM 11 II I Inter class foot-ball game. The lower classmen will win. Not nn upper will ugrce with this statement but ho what? All the lower class- men will ugrce and they will win be cause the uppers are no gooa. score: 13 to 0. By this time it Is apparent that' this Is written by an underclass man. L The United States is in excellent position to keep completely out of whatever hostilities may result from the bloody controver- sy between Italy and Ethiopia. President Roosevelt pursuing the course of neutrality made possible by action of Congress has proclaim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1935

MMMI'UHMMUMMIIH FASHIONS Of The Hour By SARA COLLINS mpmiutmummimi Fullness flows Into everything this season. You shouldn't look too sleek this season. Pleats and tucking do the trick In sports and afternoon frocks. In the evening soft drapery. Back fullness peplums swirling jauntily backward and skirts cut to keep the fullness in the center-back a highlight of style. Lots of excitement about skirts. Sometimes they're slit and your leg flashes through. Sometimes they're longer in back than in front. During the day they're shorter and slightly flared. Off the face go hats. But the old stand-by with a snap-down brim is back in the shops again. Hundreds of versions of capes for evening almost all with hoods. Very becoming and grand for protecting your waves. The mode generally Is feminine In treatment. Tucks gathers and soft drapery in one-fabric dresses are lead- ers. Even the tailored gown adds an unsuspected frill. Throats are on view. Necklines are cut lower. Not all sme of them s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 December 1935

iV k j I f GIFTS FOR HER Indescribable New Gifts the never heard of before Gifts. Gifts girls will appreciate. Just come and see for yourself. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes This Collegiate World In better circles it Is known as be- ing a syebophant although upon many college catnpl the phrase "ap- ple polishing" neatly covers the same ground We think we have discovered the ultimate in refined opplc polishing. In one of our state universities which the Rockefeller foundation woud no doubt list among the 10 best a young man labored long and hard upon a thesis for his M. A. One of these things: "The Influence of Sixteenth Century Philosophy Upon So and So." The examining com- mittee turned down the poor boy be- cause one member violently dissent- ed the majority report. Feeling cer- tain he had covered the ground very well the cagy boy made quiet in- quiries as to the dissenter's reasons. He found: That the professor had objected to the paper because in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 December 1935

BASKETBALL TEAM TO PLAY INTERSECTIONAL GAMES B VOL. XXX. LETTERS -- SENIORS-JUNIORS WIN BY 19-0 UPPERCLASSMEN TAKE GAME 19-0 8enlor-Junlor Football Team Wallops Freshmen-8ophs In Stiff Battle Monday. Last Tuesday afternoon at Kirk- patrlck field tbe boys who didn't try for varsity football put' on an exhibi- tion of gridiron warfare that was surprisingly good considering the physical condition of the boys. In this game the seniors-Juniors took a decisive victory over the less exper- ienced sophomores-freshmen down- ing them to the tune of 19-0. Coaches Roach and Webb of the up- perclassmen presented a club that would be hard to stop in anybody's league were they drilled to perfect physical condition and If every man had known his assignment the score might have been even larger. Game Called At Three Several minutes before the game was to start members of both clubs were on hand at the stadium in order to get properly warmed-up before the Initial whistle started hostilities. Riv- alr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 December 1935

Gk '5al io Member 193(5 Ai7 Begin Here Today y Travis Foster 1935 Member 1936 ftsioctatod Gtoidte Press Distributor of Oolteeiate Di6est The party of six white people and eight natives pushed on for the third day Into the upper Zambezi country nhove Victoria Falls. Kelvey the old est member of the group had promis ed to take us to tne Fniia country within four days after passing vic- toria and as the afternoon passed on Friday three days out he came to me for his dally report on our loca- tion and assured me that by night- fall the following day we would be as far into the rough land of the Palla tribe as was desirable and safe. Kel- vey had joined our little expedition In London four months before and his forty yeats of wide experience in Af- rica" from Cairo to Cape Town had been of Incalculable aid on this trip ttom the East Coast Inland toward the headwaters of the Zambezi. .. Throughout tne nay jeivey was si- WM. ELLIS Editor ' lcMti freqUently dlsappeating on little paiii PTTT...

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