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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1936

.'. ' If I I I LYRIC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Rafael Sabatini'i "CAPTAIN BLOOD" ALSO THE ENTIBE IWSt iOWL GAME FLMCD IN DETAIL S.M.U. vi. Stanford SATURDAY MIDNIGHT JjNDAY AND MONDAY A"l lnnHll LauihHiltl "lllDDl lAHTMOiwi TRACKS By SARA COLLINS ;;. wmMSm I BBBB OlOil ITUAT -MIOIAU WHAUM- 'BjQMlr'Ui Plus "THE MARCH OF TIME" Cartoon and News -MiasmiMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJlllMillM ' QUOTABLE QUOTES (By Associated Collegiate Press) "Instructors talk too much regu- lAte too much and are too suspicious of atudentS."Dr. L. P. Stle. presi- dent University of Washington talks about talking. "Almost any English-speaking per- son can get a job In China teaching English." - William E. Daugherty Ohio Stale graduate returns from Tuner Phnw. "Hell Week? The only solution Is elimination." Northwestern's Pres w.itor Dill Scott speaks his mind. "Brooklyn is the graveyard of the ministry." The Rev. Cornelius Green- way pastor of All Souls Universalist Church Brooklyn sends a tip to theo- logical...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 February 1936

r b.A.-IU t m... l lul Hi 'r.l 1 Ik1 Jr "HILi 1jwPIL-- STYUNEWS The New Developments Taking In aeeeaeorlet and why they art mora Important than avar In thla aaaaen of Sulta! tultal tultat In our recant atyle notea we pre dieted the greatest auit aeaaon ever and that the tailored version would rank top man among them all. Today the Suit la the focal point. Women came to our store in droves last week seeking these new suits as well as those things that go with the suits namely: blouses tailored accessories hats gloves bags shoes and hose. In accessories novelty colors are important partly because we have swung into a new subdued color cycle in ready-to-year (greys navy etc.) In contrast to all the brights that have been raging for so long now the feeling for a touch of brightness will persist and that is where the accessories come in. We could list colors in the order of their import- ance but we must say it depends up- on the shade of the suit or dress it is to be worn with etc. We s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1936

THE COLLEGIAN VOL. XXX. IP YOU ARC INTKRCsTKD IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- I rr.r but unn n.i .... HIM THINK. Elbert Hubbard. ROWNWOOD TIXAt FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1936 Price 5 Cntt. No. 18 1 j ELECTION OF STUDENT FAVORITES IS HELD THIS WEEK BILLIES PLAY McMURRY INDIANS HERE SATURDAY FREEBOOTING The sweetest thing In the world Is ' alpha-antl-plrllla-Aldozlme newly de- veloped chemical substance which is eight times as sweet as saccharine j o nnn Hme sweeter than cane su- Kar To the numerous Romeos of the campus a statement of that kind is bound to come as a oevcio OMw they have been under the impression that their respective Juliets were the sweetest things In the world. Such a disappointment this must be! We have the seven wonders of the ancient world and we have the seven wonders of the modern world. Now It looks as If we have at least one more "wonder" that will demand its place in a new division. Maybe this u-nndpr will be t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1936

- - F-m 4 1 l ' ' ' I ' ' ' J 'J f 1 'I L it $ V SW 1933 Member 1936 Associated CbUegide Press Distributor of Goileftide Di6est feAjll 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 "X' EQUALS PURPOSE "It is not enough to be industrious; so are the ants. What are you industrious about?" Thus spoke Henry I). Thoreuu famed sage of Walden Pond Harvard graduate and carpenter scholar and woodsman almost a century ago. Yet the thought has not changed in its essence even in the smallest degree. Too many of us are the busybody work-ull-thu-tiine type that never get anything but a worn out constitution for all our ardent labors. We ramble helter-skelter through our daily routine and collapse at the end of the day with u sigh of lired relief from the consistent realities of life. What is the answer to this ever present problem? We can work i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1936

Begin Here Today y Travis Fetttr . .... -... unfortunate Ct' 0ni that can befall a man la to r d a JenlS. It places Ci him and what work ha la cap- SoTng thaTblnd. him through- 8 hi iff" And far too many men 0Ut Jiuiht up by the preaa and par- IaJZIoM flgures.widely public- fand are never allowed to forget Xttant that they are men apart Jrnm the common castes. Many ox K so heralded are not endowed XT the mind and temperament of S .genius at all but merely uae ttelr feads to further the courses which SeVm gM choose to champion. It la Sn who is not rightfully a genius ffwho 1- recognised by others In- Jeiof o him in ability and achieve- S?. being such who la moat ban- Slcd wSh the nam. ofgenlu-. Sr not only Is too much expected of bv the unthinking public but all t he locs b n danger of being SSLly misinterpreted and underval- STby the masses. He loses invalu- co-operation through the failure Sf the public to understand bis meth- ods and his alms. It was unspeakably unfortunate that t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 14 February 1936

i i 1 r ' ." I t' .' I a J ? C 1' lV: AUOHTY MARIETTA IS A GOOD GIRL NOWI vs. v Good...toth Uat oarsM. in th gayast o all musical romancaa! Sinaino thair way into tha haarta of tha worldl WbfccDOMll NELSON HIDY . ROSE MARIE An MOM Piotor LYRIC THEATER 11:30 P. M. Saturday Sunday and Monday HONEST Alt Wednesday February twelfth marked the 127th anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest Presidents the United States of America has ever known. Every American and a great many peo- ple who are not Americans are familiar with the biography of the Great Emancipator and it Is fit- ting that a mention of his anni- versary be made here. Although the lovable Abraham Lincoln has been dead 71 years Abraham Lincoln will live forever. TALKING OF WAR? MKET FRIEND IURT STUOINTS ARI- ( Continued from page 1) Jerry Bucher Tommy Webb Fow- ler it Bell Strickland & Settle Dor- othy Nell Griffin and Little Bull Dur- ham have started the "modern" move- ment with their array of shining "T's" and no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1936

H THE COLLEGIAN i Hu IF YOU ARK INTKftKSTtBltN THK GROWTH OF DANIEL BAKU VOU ARK A FART If IT IRKWTH. VOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- tCOt BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THIMK.-Elbtrt HuMirtf. L i ! -Wx J "w VOL. XXX. HILL BILLIES HICKMAN HISE Mc FREEBOOTHG jmnit'itiititnii I have a revelation to make. It has occurred to me time and again that there Is no need for anyone to worry bout not making a very comfortable living. I have never thought of writ- ing about this before but the other dav as I was looking through a num ber of different kinds of magazines dealing with science and mechanics etc. I found In the advertising sec- tions of these magazines amazing op- portunities to get rich quick without anything to do but clip out a coupon and mail it to so and so and they will do the rest. No capital or experi- ence required. You know all of that sounds groat to me. Why should 1 bother to educate myself? Why waste any time In schools and colleges? Why according to 99 per cent of those ads found t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1936

-&..'' i"..FTl.'"Rai. J f likit r i i& 1935 Member 1936 UUsocicued Cblleftiate Press Distributor of Goiiedicrte Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN nothing else can do; it is good for us every now and then to see our ideals hurried at. our concentions of nobility caricatured; it is good for solemnty's nose to be tweaked for human pomposity to be made to look ridiculous." Yes laughter is invaluable and it is yours to command. The Skiff. WHAT PRICE HAPPINESS? Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter WM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor SARA COLLINS Feature Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor iMtWwmm. IL&L CREDIT LINES AND ETHICS During the past few years many literary critics magazine edi- tors and newspaper publishers over the United States have enthu- siastically acclaimed the college and university press in this coun- try as one of the major elements in our complex social system. Many college dailies and w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1936

X TT Tl Saturday midnight Yj X XV. X VJ Sunday and Monday ""TntntnU kind TanMSgjrajfl ininilviiliiMbv yB: tdthttnlhfrdayflflHg bbbbbbbbbbl-. Qpf gaBtBfJhggASBBBBBBM B9kVviHH bbbbM awaaaaB prJyaaaaaaH aaa ar w sbbbV bbbbbbbbbbbI bbsjibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI lV'''t.f j" ''.'kiSjKxiJ aaaaaaaaaa I ': 1 3 j';:r5sl aaaaH bbbV B iK' aav bbbbbbV - MaawaaaaaV Lsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb aaaaaaVaBavSHVVtMavHWaWHnFWB RanaaaaaaaaaaaaHI Plus: "Bill Board Frolics" a cartoon "Modern Tokyo" a Fitzpatrick Traveltalk Paramount Newt FRIDAY and SATURDAY Feb. 21-22 SYLVIA SIDNEY in 'Mary Burns Fugitive' Plus: That Sensational Scientific Novelty That Hat the Whole Country Talking "AUDIOSCOPIKS" We furnish you with special glasses through which to view it. "MIMIMHIHHHMHH The Cynic Harps It seems there Is a little difficulty between the Cynic and another writer ror this paper. That Is news to the Cynic. Is It possible that somebody is mad at the Cynic and Is trying to g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 21 February 1936

r i i i K r Begin Here Today By Travis Fetter Some have been following; with in terest the literary rise of the young uaio-Amertcan Jo Pagano. After on ly a few years of life in America around San Francisco and other points he has during the past year or so oeen discovered by some of the bet ter magazines and has found a ready marxet for his stories. They are writ ten in first person singular and invar- iably are concerned with the simple incidents of life that could and often do happen to anyone. He seems to take the little Incidents of dally living far more seriously than is customary among our more popular sophists who flood the presses with streams of psy chlcal minutae heralded as the "new trend" In modern literature. Pagano's meteoric ascent bean a somewhat striking resemblance it seems to me to that a couple of years ago of William Saroyan also a young American of foreign extraction. But Saroyan's thought and resigned phil- osophy took him beyond Pagano's depth and very nearl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1936

vry trSl r TW '.' I TH COLLEfelAN YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL LtOE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK. Elbert Hvbbird. it r-ef. B N IP YOU ARK INTKKUTU IN Tlik CMWTM Of DANIEL IAKM YOU AM A PANT ITI CfttWTH. VOL XXX. WOWNWOQP TBXAS W.OAY FI.RUAAY 28 1.3" ?iiMJ?JiR JJPWAHERE Tollfiol Begin Here Today By Travis Fester One of the most enlightening feat ure! that have appeared on the mo- tion picture programs new recently mi the James Fitzpatrick travel-talk tkout Toklo which was seen here this week. Particularly striking about the disclosures made In the picture was tat fact that modern Toklo seems to lave been built last week. All the buildings and streets have the lmmac- nUte whiteness and cleanliness of a newly completed government building in Washington. With more than six million citizens the city is third larg- eit of the world. But In spite of this there is apparently no traffic prob- lem and the people along the side walks and in the streets seem to be in bo hurry to reach their sever...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1936

RMWmWMMmMin i-n .'.i-v"w----n'-'i!-n!!fT5J5sSw5HS S i Hi toss Member 1036 AaV 1935 Member 1936 Associated Golleeiate Press Distributor of Colte6iate Di6est 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 SARA COLLINS Feature Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor IT HAS BEEN LEARNED By looking through the pages of some of the other papers re- ceived in the office of The Collegian these trivialities have been noticed. Some of them may strike you are being odd or inter- esting or unfortunate or however they struck us. Photographs of sixteen students in Mary Hardin-Baylor Col- lege for Women at Belton have been sent to John La Gatta who will choose eight of the pictures to appear in the Blue Bonnet college annual. Unusually cordial was the artist's acceptance of the task of choosing Baylor-Belton's beauties. Perhaps Mr. La Gatta has visited in Texas and knows somethi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1936

LYRIC IUNDAY AND MONDAY 4 ABBnBBnBBnBBnBBnBBnBBnBBnBSni i Ef aLsnLsnLinirLinLinLv r H IRENE DUNNI Robtrt Taylor Chat. Butttrwo)rtti From the Novel by Lloyd C. Douglas pKlal Show Saturday Midnight THE WEREWOLF OF LONDON" ;B!:i:i:iii:H!!!!IU tiiniimniiiiiiiiiiflftP Meddlesome Mattie llllllllimilHHIHHIH Catherine lue certainly aeama to have the mlfhty Davenport within her fraap bow. Here's power! Jake and Peggy have been teen to tether a lot lately. Cam it be that that old romance la patched up after all thla time? Freahman lfeadowa la certainly having a hard time making up hla mind. Martha Logan aeema to be the latest object. Poor Alloa Earl is still clinging to that Una of J. J'a. There's no doubt of it. Kitty Bea del and Saake-ln-the-grass Hickman have really got It bad. And now another good girl has gone wrong. Thelma Spivey has finally drifted across the tracks. We wonder what Mary Katharine is doing now to pass the time away since Nubbin left? le Cynic Blmrps Bjsjamn:!Ji:in!nninH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 28 February 1936

l ; A Step Ahead in Style Footwear A STEP AHEAD In style footwear is what the women of Brownwood and trade area Is telling everywhere. That is one of the several reasons why we say We have done a good Job In as- sembling our new Spring and Summer footwear. Here Are the Reasons The most Important is the fact that many of these new styles have caused a riot of enthusiasm. For example Saturday we received a smart new flame red patent shoe with low square heels and smart square toe white buck foxing seven pairs of this shoe were sold on the day they arrived seven of this shoe alone many other styles are meeting with equal favor and are creating a lot of town talk. It Isn't what we think about the shoes it is whal you think that concerns us but when the entire town starts talking about the Smart footwear at Bettis & Gibbs we become enthuslas- tic too. Because of the growth of our shoe department we have found it neces- sary to remodel and enlarge this de- partment to almost twice its...

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

THE COLLEGIAN IF YOU ARK INTKKUTKO IN THE GROWTH OF DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART Of ITS GROWTH. ..... i irii-i.iijn. YOU CAN LEAK A IOY TO Cti. LEGE IUT VOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THIHK.-IIMrt HuMsri. il w. ir-(-wnf1JtJ(j MSI u.r.J vou xxx. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH t 1136 Pries S Cants. No. 81 LAST GAME IS PLAYED TONITE ARRANGEMENTSFOR STYLESHOW PROGRAM FINISHED THIS WEEK STYLE SHOW Ben Hot May By Travis Foster if one would be educated he ataould study a particular art or profession until he masters It. Fully conversant with all the details of a single profes- lion with years of practical experi- ence In that work the educated mind then and only then has a tangible bue from which It can operate. Other features of his education can then be taken In stride with comparative ease. These are the thoughts expressed by Dr. Albert Wlggam who urges that each young person beginning the com- plex task of 'getting' an education first master a science and work and study this science throughout life....

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

! w Y- cSE4rf 1031; Member 1936 Nodded ColleCiafe Press Distributor of Golle6icile Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. u second class matter WM. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor SARA COLLINS Feature Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor OFFICIAL PROCLAMATION "I Lord Mayor of Humbug do hereby command every per- son within my jurisdiction to read and heed the following that is set forth by me. "Beginning the night of March 6 1936 and continuing every night for the space of a whole year I will speak on subjects that may or may not be of interest to you at the town hall. It doesn't matter whether or not you are interested. The fact is: I am guiding the destinies of this city and you shall attend these meet- ings or else suffer the consequences. I shall not endeavor to make these programs interesting; 1 believe that all designs are accom- plished by force. "In the event you think you are a Ititle independent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 March 1936

LYRIC FfllDAY AND SATURDAY GEORGE RAFT ROSALIND RUMILL In IT HAD TO HAPPEN' ggg n:!i!!:i!iii:ili!l!lll!ii!iHII lillllll SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY and MONDAY The Cynic Harps Mf PerimoiMii k proud' ' 9 -'unto A WNMm &GCS i BING CROSBY J ETHEL MERMAN JJ KjJHARll! RtJGfilESy I ' ' silly symphony I i8DB a a a a aaTrjnnnnnnnnnnrff TRACKS By SARA COLLINS UUUUlfl.g B 90 QQ.9.BJJL9J BJUUIPJUU. With the six flags of Texas looping themselves over our minds as they are being put over the portals of public buildings It seems inevitable that at one time or another we all are-going to reconstturt the history of our state and tblnk about that heritage that we have been hearing so much about. Walter T. Holfc in a little booklet on TEXAS has condensed and concen- trated such history as the average person knows Into words glowing with the fire that lias led our great men and with the scent of the blue bonnet that has Inspired our poets. When brightest dreams of gold and silver cities studded with p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 6 March 1936

w k rjf The College Girl Likes Her Spring Fashions Scrambled Call them "Jacketeers" garments which can be scrambled anil will prove harmonious In composing at- tractlvely colorful outfits. These gar- ments all fall Into the sport category so that we find jackets skirts and blouses of primary importance. In scrambling you arrive at striking ef fects such as solid jackets with checked skirts or checked coat and solid skirt so that with one jacket- two skirts one sweater and one blouse a girl will have a complete sport wardrobe at little cost. See these new ones just arrived today you will get a thrill out of assembling your own. BETTIS & GIBBS Inc. College Girls Clothes IQIN HKRft TODAY (Continued from page 1) FREEBOOTDK OOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOaOn O q ft p Of what possible use could a blcy-cle-bullt-for-two be after the third member of the family arrives? Well a family in England solved the prob- lem by attaching a side car to the rear wheel of the tandem bicycle. Now of course the bl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1936

THE COLLEGIAN WE'RE CILHRATINO OUR CINTSNNIAL THIS YEAR TIXANS THE COLLEGE PAPER 16 AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM ?r IP YOU ARC INTKRCSTKD !N THE MOWTH Of DANIEL IAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbtft Hubbird. L i t- - -- htfiWM-MwrMTn5 I OUR CENTENNIAL I A THIS YEAR TIXANS I yOU XXX. PUB lflff "F sjSrBsaT BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 13 1036 Price 5 Cent. No. 22 STYLE REVUE IS HELD FRIDAY NIGHT LECTURE SERIES BY WILLIAM BLACKSHEAR CONCLUDED THURSDAY BLACKSHEAR TALKS HERE Studentt Are Delighted By Young Austin Clergyman In the Three Lecturee This Week. Rev. William S. Blackstaear rector of the All Saints Chapel Eplscopalean Church of Austin and member of the University of Texas faculty yesterday morning concluded a series of three lectures before the Daniel Baker stu- dent body. Students and faculty mem- bers alike have been lavish in their praise for the three sparkling talks heard and all who heard him have accla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1936

"JSJWJWWJIWlEWB ts SkI iom Member to6 Aim 1935 Member 19)6 Associated GoUeoiate Press Distributor of 0olle6iate Di6est 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 SARA COLLINS Feature Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor WgSih Lectures of the type heard this week from the Rev. William S. Blackshear add an intangible value to the student's education which cannot be accurately estimated. It is safe to say that many Daniel Baker students received more actual benefit from contact with the radiant personality of the young Austin minis- ter than from days and even weeks of only "going to school." The scintillating thoughts and delightful expression of them did more to define the true meaning of education to us than long hours spent supposedly pouring over text books. The Daniel Baker executive department and faculty are due unbound gratitude for having been respon...

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