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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 December 1935

LYRIC SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY TO THOSE WHO ARE YOUNG AND IN LOVE ... and to thoit who novo boon in lovo . . . Eugeno O'Noill's great American drama it dodicatodl Youth of Am.rca...mt.np flrif fovt and ftmpfaMoitl BROWN'S PRODUCTION tUmnt WALLACI BEERY with MONU BARRYMORE Attn. MoMhn Iric Un4tn CtlN. Parktr Sprinf ylnUn Collegiate Review When physical education was made non-compulsory at the University of California enrollment in the depart- ment jumped 1800. The typical Harvard man is "an indifferent old maggot with a funny accent" says the university's alumni bulletin. Dime novels got their start toward popularity as Sunday school litera- ture according to Frank K. Walter University of Minnesota librarian. Averaging a full point higher in their grades than their non-working fellows are students receiving NYA assistance. Stuart Manley University of Cali- fornia sophomore is a man without a country. Born in Japan of Ameri- can parents he is a citizen of nei- ther country....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 December 1935

BUY HER CHRISTMAS GIFT from COLLEGE GIRLS HEADQUARTERS BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. Across the Street from Citizens Bank AS YOU LIKE IT Finally the big fc-ttal game hi i-jen played In spite of everything the under could d3 the '-ppers -A.n. They had to :-i ri'.en -z-. t--;ni:wn by the referee ncAever It w the only way :hey ccild ret tnr At th-r -tar: of tze game Maurice Ncrt:.-.. who s?ver ca-rht a paf- in h. '.Ai caught a pai a.-.d w--: ever fcr a touchdown I: was a f.uk? because he could r-evr eaten an.tner one ?.:te Puqua played a rcoi rant? Several of his runi fooled everybody A sec- ond Booty V."..sor- T.s rep-:rte-i tzat Gip-or. u na.f donkey he can kick so rood S-r'.eral others can also qual- ify for that a.so If you rsisstd it as s-eral i.d you r?a'..y mis-ed a wtld footoa.. game Tn? refre is thought t: have znz bought out It certainly locked Ilk it McH.rw Char.es F .er and M nze Charrqjist. ""-i " . ! -- - x -. (i)j.'i.J " e .nvitati r. althcurn the criers have set i-ren placed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1936

I' 1 THE COLLEGIAN L IP YOU AP.C INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL BAKER YOU ARE A PART OP IT! GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A IOY TO COL. LEGE IUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-EINrt Hullartf. WVS VOL XXX. BROWNWOOD TIXAS FRIDAY JANUARY 10 193S Price 5 Cents. No. 13 m $fe0 BILLIES TO OPEN SEASON SATURDAY TEXAS CONFERENCE BASKETBALL SCHEDULES Begk Here Today y Travis Foster A suggestion for your next birth- day: attempt to estimate tbe number of days In your short life-span in which you have been completely hap- py. Admitting that one of us is more likely to think seriously on his birth- day than any other day during the year efforts at self-analysis are per- haps more fitting then than any time else in the course of a year Includ- ing January 1. At any rate one of William Lyon Phelps' friends used this logic and wrote to him on the occasion of the venerable educator's seventieth birth- day asking him to estimate his days of happiness. This question automat- ically furnished an excellent subje...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1936

- V k k f 1 ?; 1935 Member X936 PUsocided GoIie6iale Press Distributor of Collegiate Dietest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter WM. ELLIS Editor SJter : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : SSSffSR nwen roat wngnt Faculty Advisor LINE OF DEMARCATION One of the most difficult judgments to make in the study of human nature is that of defining the exact point in a personality where self-confidence itops and conceit begins. The point is of course determined by the degree of exactness with which the person understands his own mental powers and development. As long as his opinions regarding himself are based on sound and proved facts his self-appraisal is beneficial and even necessary. But when delusion enters sanity exists. The person who has opinions of his powers that reach beyond justification of actual facts is the one who is most likely to come under the general heading "conceited pup." Since your early days in high ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1936

w AS YOU LIKE rr This column today should be fine because you aee It is written In rhyme. As a poet I do not rank with Poe but you say that I already know. But that makes no difference with me I write what I like see. But the dope I must tell pray that I tell it well. Truth is always stranger than Ac- tion so persue further this diction. Katie Jule Crockett has the biggest boner today. This is what she has to say. In public speaking the question this and believe you me she really missed. The person you most admire and why? Santa Glaus because he brings me presents from high. A zero was given so darn fast that of it will ne'er be heard the last. So Katie in the future ponder well before the an- swer you do tell. And next time a question you are asked I hope you are better in your tasks. But the sex that Is called the fair not all of them make you pull your hair. Whltey Morris pulled a dumber one than that. It is too dumb to even laugh at Frosh Alford studying for a Bible exam. Saw Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 10 January 1936

f J"V 1 iV JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE STARTS FRIDAY See our big poster now being circulated SMART SILK OR WOOL DRESSES $2 $3 $4 and $5 Dozens of Smart Styles in FOOTWEAR $1.50 and $1.95 Come and see the many bargains from every department in the store. BETT1S & GIBBS Inc. HEADQUARTERS FOR COLEGE GIRLS CLOTHES BEGIN HERE TODAY (Continued from page 1) to people you have met and know re- serving for a separate list the names of well-known world figures with whom you would like to become ac- quainted under those circumstances. I think if I were to embark for a twenty-month steamer trip with any ten prominent men and women of today I should like the list to include Joe Brown to preserve the earthly touch of sublimity reduced to the de- lightful ridiculous. I would have An- thony Eden along to explain the po- litical scenery as my party passed through Europe; and incidentally to study his personality the driving force that has landed him at the top rung of England's foreign service at 38 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1936

. FINAL VOL. XXX. RAMS TO PLAY Begin Here Today y Travis Foster If you are one who keeps a scrap- book filled with odds and ends verse epigrams catchy phrases and that sort of thing I trust you have added to it this Hindu proverb: There are six evils which man must overcome if he is to enjoy prosperity: sleep sloth fear anger Idleness and procrastina- tion. Lawrence Tlbbett announces that early in his singing career he had to turn down urgent advice from friends who told him he should change his name professionally to Lorenzo Tib- betto. Being an American Tibbett had very pronounced ideas concerning American music and singers. He re- fused to brand himself with the false name and Implied background of Eu- ropean training. Speaking of Ameri- can music he states further: "American music always has been worthy and Is improving every day. What has changed however is Amer- ica's point of view. We are not so inclined to feel that if something is foreign and unintelligible it must be good....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1936

s iV & ' jf r ?.q . SmV'j - r s. rtMM1 SMSasBBSJSSiSBaiBassiaBfJB) LBBBBBBBBBsBBBBiBBBBBBBBBBBa ViWS IU4 iU!UU V3V SmaSBV 1935 Member 1936 Associated Golleeiate Press Distributor of Golle6igte Di6est THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter WM. ELLIS CARL ELLIS . : . . . TRAVIS FOSTER Helen Post Wright Editor Business Manager . Associate Editor . . Faculty Advisor CONQUERING YOUTH The youth of today as have the youths of generations as far back as any history reveals are clamoring for new odds and diffi- culties to conquer. True there is no longer a fronter where the men might daily risk their lives and the women might sustain the courage of those men in blazing trials through a rough un- broken wilderness. Coast has met coast deserts have become the gardens of those who were brave enough to face vast odds to de- velop them and the crossing of oceans has become a matter of hours rather than months. Yet did not the boy Alexander w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1936

LYRIC tyjyeMU' This Collegiate World (By Associated Collegiate Press) Quite unaccountably we find our selves with a sudden rush to the head of stories about absent-minded college professors. We do not recall where the stories originated nor whom they concerned but our remembrance of all of them suggests that there is a basis of truth for each one. We know for example of the pro- fessor in a small town college who travelled SO miles away to another campus to observe a basketball game. As the game broke up a man from his home town offered the professor a ride heme. He accepted with grati- tude. No sooner did he set foot on his front porch than he realized he bad driven his own car to the other city. Since he had to teach the next morning he sent his wife on the train to get the car and drive it home. So he stopped in at the depot and bought his wife a round trip ticket! We recall the story of another man a German professor who was sitting in a railway depot with his wife wait- ing for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 17 January 1936

tV L&- KV I f wit f Mm Why We Believe In The Short Jacket Suit In our opinion the short Jacket suit will hold more of a sway this season than it has for a long time and we advance these reasons. PA8HION8 ADAPTED BY MOVIE STARS have a tremendous Influence on the women of America. If you are up on your movies you will have not- ed that in almost every scene where street clothes are worn the short tail- ored suit is present. We're Living In a Suit Cycle Spring 1936 Is synonymous with the word "SUIT." According to all the leads available from Paris all the way to the local ready-to-wear departments emphasis is laid on the suit There Are Four Types of Suits They are the four recurrent "theme songs" in the country today It would take too much space to tell you all about these four types here because we would also have to tell you about the shades and materials etc. But most Important we want to tell you where to find them so you can see for yourself. We don't mean maybe! When we say T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1936

(J""! i REGISTRATION FOR VOL. XXX. CURRICULUM CHANGES MADE BILLIES SMOTHER TWC BegkHereToda By Travis Foster Anthony bad entered the employ of the shipping house of Bonnyfeather and had not as yet received the last name Adverse. One morning he was being drilled on the intracacles of properly writing ship charters bills of lading etc. At one juncture in the forms he raised his eyes wide with the curiosity of eleven years to ask what was meant by the statement that the ship would embark with cargo from Italy and land in America with In sixty days barring accident and God willing. The phrase "God will- ing" appeared in every charter and Anthony voiced his curiosity on this point. His instructor replied that the state- ment was simply a pious term mean- ing a favorable West wind. Editorial writers have recently praised in glowing terms an attack or rebuttal aimed at the British press by the fiery Scripps Howard column- ist Westbrook Pegler. He pointed out that the "superior" English pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1936

5 1 l M 3 '.t:f i ( s 1 5. f J i ir ' 1Kk 1935 Member 1036 ALbY 1935 Member 1936 Ptoocided GoUepjiote Press Distributor of OolleeJiate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class nutter WM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor IlpBg&SQ&6 is the trained appreciation that separates the good from the bet- ter and regulates the use of leisure time. The development of all these factors as well as proficiency in a given occupation is the goal of a college educaton. The unfortunate graduate who has missed "The pathway to a point of view" that the college tried to give him usually has no one to blame but himself. Colleges are not perfect but they are improving. There is every reason to feel sure that they will change greatly and change for the better. But whatever progress is made in the direction of securing efficiency in making a living it is to be hoped that there w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1936

Collegiate Review . . oii collMriftt PreM) A. B. DeQree ia the name of a Wll- llston N. D. man. fmtMmmu Kintr's College London University has jut founded the only completely autonomous school of journalltm In E cofumbla'e claw of 1938 ta 78 par CC;lSbufydboege wjll Join other schools In dropping Latin and math entrance requirement!. Yssets of Temple Unlverelty Phlla- delpbla have risen $6000000 In ten Antiquated "band-box" gymnuiums arc to blame for the mediocre brand of basketall played in New Engtand says Al McCoy coach of Norths- orn University Boston. The University of Alaska haa been closed because of a scarlet fever epl- An M. I. T. chemical warfare claaa ttas routed recently when aomeone tested a regulation army tear-gas bomb into the room. rh D'a are almost certain joB-tlcK-ctn today says Northwestern Univer- sity' placement bureau with starting salaries averaging $200 monthly. Hockey was first played In America In 1901 starting at Vassar Bryn Mawi Smith and Harvard Summer S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 24 January 1936

i! 1 i ' LYRIC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JANUARY 24-25 MLURimiARV The TTiin MmV wife h tttten hmeN Miles' ub in the ivit....imirlH JaHkb!l"BBBBW bVPH IJiWifrilrViliLIE Mickey Mouse In "FIRE BRIGADE" SATURDAY MIDNIGHT Sunday Monday and Tuesday "imu Mits MMntrfc M MfelewMufcw BlIIIITaTsVmllll vw Ha VMmv NAIflKHA III lax MpN I nmv I Ml Mb 11 Mil JOHN IOLIS Wit 4 KARIN MOftUV W1 jack holtB Oyiiin WIIIUmi ilHUblniM waEMt BhV .H BEGIN HERETODAY- ( Continued from page 1) bad rather you not say that I was reading my own column." In a current magazine article Hen- ry Ford states that for twenty-flve yeats the automobile industry has been so busy furnishing an ever-increasing demand that manufacturers have had no time to Invest in and woik out developments. Now within the past few seasons he says these developments are beginning to be made and the way is clear for un- precedented changes and improve- ments. According to Mr. Ford too much weight has retarded mechanical progress more than any other s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1936

THE COLLEGIAN X IP YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. j s YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert Hubbard. VOL. XXX BASKETBALL TEAM TEAM LOSES ROSS GAMES Billies Drop Two Basketball Games to Sul Rom Loboes Played In Far Far West. After a long hard trek to Alpine the Billies found tough sledding against the Sul Ross Loboes In a two- 7me series there. Before leaving Brownwood the Billies had hoped at least to split the series with the tough Loboes. The first game which ended tn a 46-43 decision In favor of the Loboes was the most spectacular of the two games. In this game the Bil- lies played a Jam-up brand of basket- ball and had the Loboes In a whirl all the way. The Billies were leading the boys from Alpine at the half In this game. But: the Loboes came back strong In the second half and outscored the Billies. In the second game the Billies did not do as well as they did In the. game the night before. Their l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1936

i ft'-r ?W 1033 Member 1036 AMI 1935 Member 1936 Plssocided Golleeiate Press Distributor of Golle6iate Difcfest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter WM. ELLIS CARL ELLIS TRAVIS FOSTER Helen Post Wright If I Were Editor I Believe My Ears Would Sho' Burn Editor The Collegian D. B. C. What's wrong with The Collegian ?You don't know? Oh of course not you're the editor. I'm sorry if I've hurt your feel- ings. As I was sitting by my window (watching the wind blow in great masses) I was also glancing through "my" Collegian. In the first place stop predicting the results of future hap- penings. If you have to have copy of a sport event get the low down on it before it's written. "Those who probably left yester- day are ." Now that's a nice way of telling us who went to Alpine for the games there. And "The name will probably be E. P. Jr." Sure that's telling Mr. and Mrs. Murray what to name their new baby ! Why don't you suggest two or th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1936

! LYRIC SATURDAY MIDNIOHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY Ing ability and ah ah there wasn't any final exam!" Ik ' jflttiii "Check Your Sombrero" A Vitaphone Musical Comedy Cartoon and Newt It wasn't lonf ago that in this col umn we were quoting some famous educators who noticed with approval the rise in number of campus mar riages. Now comes Prof. Walter Beck psy- chology teacher at the University of Boston. "Don't marry while in college" he said. "The success of a matrimonial venture depends upon matching per sonallties and no character is the same after four years In college." Begin Here Today By Travis roster WUllimilUHHiHi TRACKS y SARA COLLINS 111111111 IftftHMUII MPBREVIHES TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Franchot Tone and Madge Evans in "EXCLUSIVE STORY" THURSDAY -HIS FAMILY TREE" and Bank Night FRIDAY and SATURDAY Rafael Sabltlnl's "CAPT. BLOOD" This Collegiate World (By Associated Collegiate Press) Tbeic was something gaspy of course about that case of the South- western University students and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 31 January 1936

i ONE HOP AHEAD OF THE FIRST ROBIN NEW SPRING Suits Coats Dresses Hats Shoes etc. EVERYTHING NEW! We invite you to see them on display this week while we have complete showing. See what is new in our windows. BETTIS AND GIBBS INC. Headquarters for College Girls Clothes George Chrane and Oleene Rochester Are Married January 25th Friends of the two will be Interested to learn of the marriage of Mine Oleene Rochester to Oeorge Chrane last week. Both are former students of Daniel Baker. Miss Rochester was enrolled in the college this past se- mester while George has been away since last September. Both were popular members of the student body and they have their friends congratulations and best wish es. HITHER AND YON Gasoline is stuff that if you don't use good in your car It doesn't run as well as if. AND TO GET (Continued from page 1) latlons and effects will be presented in the course of the next program by the band. It can be said In passing that a slight change has been made by Bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1936

J . f THE COLLEGIAN YOU CAN LEAD A IOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbirt Hubbard. 0y ROWNWOOD TIXAt THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6 1036 Pries 5 Cents. No. 17 i. LJL 0 IF YOU ARK INTMHTIO IN THI I GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKKR YOU j 1 ARI A PART OP IT! SROWTH. 1 vou xxx. FALL TERM HONOR ROLL GIVEN DORMITORY GIRLS INVITE YOU TO A PARTY THURSDAY Begin Here Today By Travis Foeter Acting in unusual ways at odd times has gained for American col- tee students an Internationa reputa- tion for being queer animals. And even the college students admit they Jomcttmes do a bit of the unexpected 5 occasions. But what strikes them Worc forcefully than the fact that ' u nhmit them Is the really Son Interesting If less discussed fact that there Is one group wnw w more unusual and unorthodox (defi- nitely not referring to religious con- nexions in this Instance) actions de- serve the spotlight. They are the fac- ulty members. The average college professor Is viewed from any angle far more Interesting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1936

of SJBlMBBBBBflBBBllBBBBM" rr come out in the onen and say ao. l i f i 1 11 ; I ' . j0Rrjj Jr 1935 Member 1936 Plssocided Go!'e6iale Press Distributor of Cblle6iate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as aecond class matter j WM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor ra ASYOUUKEIT UNLITERARY SOCIETIES It may be a blessing in disguise that Daniel Baker does not have more campus organizations of a literary nature. This state- ment is based on the obvious fact that those societies which in the past few years have claimed to be devoted to the aesthetic muses in this and other colleges and universities have definitely failed in their original design. They (meaning the officers and members) have made no bones about the fact that most of the money and effort expended by the students in these groups has been turned into channels of social entertainment or others equal- ly as unimportan...

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