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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1936

LYRIC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Bw"F t $ mPMm. tk Mim This Collegiate World II SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY and MONDAY mmmmA-.-' . -'.riBBBBBWwsBBBBBBBBBBBW. AWyttimWmmmmwknmm vv CHk1bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbvbbbbbb lilKiHSI MttMMf sLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH I Pepperpot Sport I l Color Cartoon I Newt ! Name It and Take It (By Associated Collegiate Pnm) "What" uka Columnist Mil Km ntdy of Mm University of Minnesota DaUy "Is so woBdsrful about Walter jonneon throwing a dollar across tat nappananocK witk the dollar inflat. ea tut way it to!" The newest organisation among col- lege men is the VFW a military or- tanliation. It means: Veterans of Future Wars and the organisers maintain they ought to have their bonus through Congress by July at least. It all started with students at tha Virginia Military Institute and alrea dy has a chapter in Alaska so they say. For Washington's birthday the Unl. versity of Wisconsin Historical mut. um displayed autographs portraits and mementoes of the great...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 13 March 1936

nfTfWfTWiWUpH 'yTSH-i ipw - '73 I Lr hs TEAM WIN (Continued from page 1) leaving the Billies In undisputed sec ond place. Box score of the game follows: Daniel laker 82 ft 1 1 ftm pf tp McDanlel (C) f 4 3 2 3 11 Qleaton f 0 110 1 McCulley f 2 0 2 14 Davenport c 8 6 fi 1 21 Morris g .....5 0 2 4 10 Chrane g 0 0 0 10 McCurdy g 2 113 5 Totals 21 10 13 13 52 Trlnlyt 37 fg ft ftm pf tp Turner f 4 13 4 9 Bost f .40018 Botts f ....3 2 12 8 Pruitt c 2 0 0 2 4 Jones c 0 0 0 0 0 Crooks g 0 114 1 Mitchell g . ... ....2 114 5 Emerick g 0 2 0 4 2 Burke g 0 0 12 0 Totals... 15 7 7 23 37 Referee: Frazler (Texas A. & I.) Umpire: Miller (DBC.) m i 8T. EDWARDS (Continued from page 1) the Billies could even find the ball. Then Baker called time out for a little deliberating and came back to score nine points before the Tigers could do anything. The Billies stayed out front until the closing seconds of play in the first half when two goals by Tom Fleming knotted the count at seven-teen-all. The Bil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 March 1936

THE COLLEGIAN WE'RE CILItRATINO OUR CKNTINNIAL THIYKARTlXANi THt COLLEQE PAPER It AN CXCELLSNT ADVERTISING MEDIUM IF VOU ARE INTKRKSTID IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL BAKU YOU ARE A. MAT t ITS IRSWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE AJ HIM THINK.-Eikm H.tkartf. ! "" - - - Ti-nr IIII.IULWJI- I m . jth. VOL. XXX. - bjtBBSssIBsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT Begin Here Today By Travis Foster ivm- inme time now It has been my tonvlction that too many young peo- bu are afraid to make a systematic Slan for their future. Through speech- m lermons essays conversations and nrtctlcally every other means of com- nunlcatlon of thought from one mind to another the young man and the lirl of the present are lectured upon the Importance of a carefully planned caretr. These Insistent and repetiti- on lectures place so much emphasis upon the necessity of thorough and coiutant training that he process be- risi to run In reverse. The youth be- ini to doubt his ability or anyone's elte-to meet thes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 March 1936

A i $ Ml tot Membtr tostf Atsf 1935 Membtr tojtf associated GoHeoiote Press Distributor of Colle6iate Di6est THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Eitered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. m second class nutter Wlf. ELLIS Editor CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor SARA COLLINS Feature Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor S Z -W.1 - COLLEGIATE MEN-OF-THE-WORLD True cynicism according to Abbe Ernest Dimnet author of the "Art of Thinking" and other philosophical works is merely self- confidence slightly tainted by conceit or by the conviction that no one is better than one's self. Collegiate cynicism on the other hand is usually nothing more than an affected blase attitude mixed with a forced pessimism. In outside circles it is of no avail in attaining success but on the campus it becomes a halo over the youthful cynic's head a mark of distinction among students who are care-free indolent or prosaically earnest. The collegiate man-of-the-world is a common sight. He is us...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 March 1936

LYRIC 11:30 P. M. SATURDAY SUNDAY AND MONDAY RmRI top hat" HID ASTAJRE OINOM ROGIItf FOUOW IE PUET win v RANDOLPH SCOTT Felix the Cat Cartoon and Paramount Newa The Cyuc Bl vps WEDNESDAY One Show Matlnto One Show at Night ALL SEATS RESERVED For a special engagement of Warner Bros and Mnx Relnhardt'a Production of.Wm. Shakespeare's "A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM" Get your Special 40c Student Tloktta SAMMY WRITES A LETTER HOME The drasaatte ehJb has gone vsty dramatic. Soma of the nombtn aMy led by a fat boy hart decided to run thlaga to suit themselves. It la strange how tomt people with to have a fin- ger In every dish. And ntno tlaoa out of tan they doat know what It la aU about Aa tha Cynic aald btfora: Tha dramatic elub haa gone vary dramatic. Tha lada from tha flat Howard Payne object to seeing Hughbert B. Davenport's nana la tha papar so much. Thay complain that every time they open a papar they aea his name It ia strange that they should gripe They won tha championship and they sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 20 March 1936

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1936

mi THE COLLEGIAN m THI COLLKQE PAPER It AN SXCtLLSNT ADVERTISING MEDIUM 'a' i v r J YOU CAN HAD A I0Y TO COL. ww UT YOU CANNST MAKE HIM THJMK.-H.trt Hvikars. l i rl I HUM w m m m m R I THI COLLKQE PAPIR II I WB'RB CltllRATIN I sO C4 I OUR CINTINNIAL F J II ;j1jJ. .growth or danikl ikm veu Vji W3sfiM VCsf .-h -.---- - I i iinmrwwiiii.n ii.nn.in SJBjBSS-Br I I SB i I - 4 ' I .J.. nisE---a-BBBB-SS-----a-SB" VOL. XXX BROWNWOOD TtXAS FRIDAY APRIL t INI Price S Cents. Ne.M SOS CLUB AND ORCHESTRA PRESENT ENTERTAINMENT TRACKS By SARA COLLINO And the curtain rises on Queen Vic tort who ruled for to lonff a time that ! became in life a symbol and eo t had to die to receive her greatest utaapss. Only then did the become t human being to the eyes of the world. Now on the stage In Victoria fMflna her life is dramatised. More than one producer and the majority of the critics of stage and screen .iii hnvp lausrhed a year ago If they had been told that the smash hit tt the season would be a chronic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1936

-" TT l ri i i- rP 1 1935 Member 1936 Associated Gotteftiate Press Distributor of Golle6iate Digest 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 Begin Here Today By Travis Potter At the outset of this I would give one of O. O. Mclntyre'e warnings: This Is going to be one of those ramb- ling columns without rhyme or rea- son. Which Is to say that I have not spent much time planning anything to say today and consequently you may expect anything anything except lit- erary merit. WILLIAMS STARTS SOMETHING Every rural and suburban college has its favorite moving pic- ture theatre where the undergraduates determine the reaction of the audience. Until recently they have been content to hiss the villain or applaud the hero whether the sentimental or melodra- matic flavor of the film has become too strong for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1936

T" fj? '- SBK3BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBraBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBSJaMMMiMM LllBlffV LYRIC Friday and Saturday jv- WisiiH? ...bblIsbbbbbm tsJ Our Gang in "LITTLE SINNER" HETTY BOO? Midnight Saturday Sunday and Monday av a) MAM 1MURQBM riHaliHi ittitSPSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl a - .BBBBBMSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH iSSBBBBBwBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSSBI Phis the Radio Ramblers Cartoon and News This Collegiate World . (By Associated Collegiate Press) The people. -In the hot country of India have a considerable weakness for titles degrees and other forms of embellishment related Dr. John Scud- der in a lecture nt Rutgers University. To illustrate Dr. Scudder told about receiving a calling card from a man in Calcutta. 'This man had been flunked out of his college. In the lower corner after the name there was printed "Failed B. 9." Miss Plpher columnist at Los An geles Junior College Is somewhat dis- couraged with Prof. Rollin F. Charles of Franklin and Marshall college for bis recent deflationary remarks con- cerning a .song...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 3 April 1936

1Tvr s"? Ah d M P Rr .f-- ami that tat to the to tad S tBO BtB ay scaplst to walk 1 ft was IrreaBUMy baautt. atyt bad a troubltreaohlng tTCM BBi OatChiBg the tovtsora Mi Mora taty eould gtt BBtk t aaa wiir. Aa4 bow there mkiitvuvMWt la tat bayou eatoat the vary eM savd tht vtry young Ml who an too. tM aM far love or to yauaf to kaow aaythlag about It Tat beya alto made aa exploratory trip as Salt Crook durmg tao laat day of taolr taasSnloB Taty reported that they loot the peddle walk up tali crook. aatroaMy aadatttto a time get- tlaf haak.- Tartaiil la tao personnel were Jer- ry Butter. BUly Mag Burl Williams Charles Klekmaa Albert Miller Ray Jonot aad Burl Strickland. CORNILt (Coatiauod from page 1) Ik Cynic Blurps would tare to aeoodate with repre- teatatlvea of a ualverslty founded by that omlaeatly broadmlnded Quaker ara Cornell." Meanwhile Harvard authorities were trying to think their way through a pretty quandary. Consist- ency called for refusal of the bid otnee icholarehipo...

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

THE COLLEGIAN 1 WE'RE CBLMRATINQ OUR CENTENNIAL THIS YEAR TiXANt THE COLLEGE PAPER It AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM IP YOU ARK INTCRUTKB IN THE GROWTH OP DANIEL IAKIR YOU ARE A PART OP ITS GROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THtNK.-Elbtrt Husiirf. -- -flu im ?i i VAVWMMW f I OUR CENTENNIAL I I THI8 YEAR TiXANt I II J !: vou XXX. NAME LITTLE WHITAKER AND HICKMAN FOR - Begin Here Today By Travis Postsr Thinking In 1936 Will Durant asks. for Ms own enlightenment and that of others who care to consider the desti ny of mankind the question "What M....H.n is of Most Worth?" He disposes of Herbert Spenser's Nine tccnth Century philosophy written at the time of highest enthusiasm creat ed by the Industrial Revolution de- nouncing the teaching of "classics" and the study of anything other than science and professions that will prove of material benefit to those who seek education. Spenser became so en- grossed In his biology and anthropolo. gy that he lost sigh ...

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

'.. l r )i i.xi it- U' vmlb 1033 Member to? A&W 1935 Member 1936 Plssocided GolIe6iate Press Distributor of Colle6tde Dt6est THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. as second class matter wpb sim -vw CARL ELLIS Business Manager TRAVIS FOSTER Associate Editor SARA COLLINS Feature Editor Helen Post Wright Faculty Advisor !Jggg5 ROMANCE PHILOSOPHY AND RATS "Romance Does Not Help Grades But Does Add to College Co eds and Gentlemen Decide says a headline in the Trinitonian. The co-ed and gentleman whatever the case may be set forth in the following article some rather rare philosophy: Campus romance doesn't help the grades any but does add to the attraction of college life is the opinion held by the majority of students around the institution. "Love makes the head go round and the grades go down but I'm not agin' it" was the way one student summed up his con- clusion. Most of the students were unanimous in the belief that love affairs light or heavy have a...

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

LYRIC SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY JOMHIjOllttOW BsVsBnaSBSBSBSBSBSBSBriSBsSBSBSsY P. m.nmm ISOQTOliUV Name It and Take It r -i iiiiii Beans Morris has broken down we hear and given his picture to a little jirl. How're you doing Nelda? It teems as if "Rut" has gone the way of all the others he was seen courting a "Dobber" the other night. Irby seems to be right along with him! Dick Connally and Skipper Howard can't seem to decide who is going to make that world cruise. How is Jake McCulley doing those tap lessons these days In Why was Thelma's face red the oth- er night when a bouquet of tulips were found on her desk? "arney and Bob seem to like these little high school collens and twins at that. Why is it we can't And out how Billie's aunt H is? It seems as if Meadows and Emma Catherine are getting so bad that they can't wait to see each other after dais and have resorted to note writ- Dont'LiveOnAFarm Note: There follows another of the series of papers prepared by members o...

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

u i ra f: I.C AFTER EASTER Shoe Clearance 79c - $1.50 $1.95 to $3.95 Odd Lots Broken Sizes in whites and combinations Shoes straps and sandals Regular merchandise not on sale only odd lots broken sizes Rettis & Gibbs Inc. College Girls Clothes COIN HERE TODAY (Continued from page 1) attributed to a society composed in toe main of sub-human animals. Following this reasoning Mr. Nock emphasizes that if this is our position (be does noi assert that it is but utg- ently pleads with the anthropologists and psychologists to establish the truth one way or the other) then the worst possible form of government our civilization can have is republican. All the Ideals of giowth and development which a republican form of govern- ment should generate cannot possibly be brought about and they haven't when the common denominator the voting man is no more than a psychi- cal brute. Rather it works the other way a government of this type de- generates. And it has. Mr. Nock again pleads to "have it...

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

THE COLLEGIAN WE'RE CKLHRATINQ OUR CENT1NNIAL THIS YEAR TIXANS I THE COLLEGE PAPER It AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM IP YOU ARC INTERESTED IN THE GROWTH OP OANIEL RAKER YOU ARE A PART OP ITS QROWTH. YOU CAN LEAD A BOY TO COL- LEGE BUT YOU CANNOT MAKE HIM THINK.-Elbtrt Hublirtf. L 'V VI r l 1 itM M ROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 24 1936 Price 8 Cents. No. 26 m m m w- fl tw ' yOU XXX. WILLIAMSON AND GUTHRIE IN FINAL BALLOTING COLLINS IS UNOPPOSED yyrrisBOflssjnnr vTVTVwmnrv TRACKS By SARA COLLINS mnfloomnftp""t JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM WILL BE HELD HERE MAY 1 von know thlnkln' Is a bad thing lometlmes. It leads you on from one thing to another until It sorta knocks the props out from under you or gets the wheels out of that old rut of think- In' that nearly everybody is used to. After reading an article by Phyllis Duganne on "Young Woman About- Town" I Hud contrasts predominant In the mind. Orchids and violets furs .a tu.-of.ds. lone blond tresses and a frowsy bang. Independence the right to ...

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

r- : f iU p' !B J At! 'Til F P.1 ) lennnnHnnBtLLLLLVI 1935 Member 1936 ftssocided GoUeftiate Press Distributor of Golle6iate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Browmvood 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 HIS PROBLEM ISN'T OURS According to the Publishers' Auxiliary a Mr. Ted Almen edi- tor and publisher of the Truman Minnesota Tribune in order to shorten his numerous accounts of "Mr. and Mrs. Jones cisits Mr. and Mrs. Smith" abbreviates them to "Mrms Jones visits Mrms. Smith." It is obvious that Ted hasn't the same problem that we do. While he strives to abbreviate his copy we look for every opportunity to lengthen ours. That's our biggest problem filling the columns. We can't resist these little catchy poems that we find in our exchanges. Here's one from the J-Tac : "My love is went He did me dirt? I did not know He were a flir...

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

LYRIC FRIDAY and SATURDAY I hw'!' bbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI uvi uih ana gS... ITMCl" Color Cartoon Primitive Pltoalrn Island and Mows SATURDAY MIDNIGHT SUNDAY AND MONDAY aHJSSWaVVlB Docror It 1 JEM HERSHOLT ifl FREEBOOTTNG HllllittimiH.iiii.iB. A man wu stranded on a dean u. land. Ha ripped off th dosta ahteta of the calendar nine tlmea and one day aa he chanced to acan the horiaon with his field f laaaea that he had man- aged to salvace. he aaw. on Moth laland not far away a beautiful wo man suuuung on tne aandy beach. The man caaed hla rlaases. dived into the water and swam to the laland where he had seen the woman. Upon reach ing me island the woman greeted him warmly and they Immediately engag- ed Into a conversation. During the course of words the man asked the woman how long she had been on the lsiana. "81x years" she said. "How long have you been stranded on your is- land?" "Nine years." "Nine years!" she exclaimed. "You poor man. I'm going to give you something that you have...

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

4'!; i i. t: m TRACKS (Continued from page 1) Who knowa what the proper anawer la? There aeem to be few complaints certainly about the existing set-up from those girls who are frankly on the make the gold-digging girls whose ethics If any are elastic and whose morals are opportuntles. (The girls I mean who Inspired that wise- cracking definition of an opportunist as one who meets the wolf at the door at night and comes out next morning with a fur coat.) It Is the girls hav- ing scruples who are struggling with what some people call "practical mor- ality" who are puzzled and flounder- ing and wondering what is wrong with the picture and how it can be made right. One cannot dismiss honest doubt by prescribing honest faith when so many young people are find- ing themselves unable to believe. No accepted rules can govern the conduct of every individual. They are made for the greatest good to the ma- jority and there will always be excep- tions. The possibility however of wanting to be j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 May 1936

ANNUAL JUNIOR-SENIOR II -'Tmm m m m I WE'RK OILMRATINQ I OUR CINTINNIAL THIS YBAR TIXANS I VOL. XXX. FINAL ELECTION FOR PUBLICATIONS 62 STUDENTS NAMED ON TMS8smsBMTeTnrsTTTr' FREEBOOTWG jjftimtaillltlll For the interest of those of us who are flute blowers or aspire to the art of blowing one we would like to an- nounce that wc read somewhere that the solid platinum variety of the in- strument named produces the finest tone quality of any made. Of course we want the best and there's no doubt that wc can afford such an instru- ment. A new invention harnesses the heat of the sun's rays to operate refrigera- tors. As long as the sun heats the coils through which water and ammonia circulate the refrigerator continues to be of use. This fact makes the inven- tion useless six months out of the year in the polar regions. But who want a refrigerator in the polar regions? Seventy-five years ago Pasteur the noted French scientist experimented to prove that germs do not generate in matter which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Collegian — 1 May 1936

tfc"" FA to l & rT "$ m 1095 Member 1910 Mi 1935 Member 1950 ftssocided GoHe6tcte Press Distributor of Cblle6iate Digest THE DANIEL BAKER COLLEGIAN Entered at Post Office of Brownwood Tex. at second elaii Matter WM. ELLIS CARL ELLIS TRAVIS FOSTER SARA COLLINS Helen Post Wright WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? Maybe you think Just because every line Begins with A capital letter This is a poem Well it isn't. Daily Trojan. And maybe you think just because this appears on the editorial page it is an editorial. Well it isn't. At least it isn't according to the general conception of an editorial. You may name the fol- lowing quibs from other college newspapers whatever you wish. It doesn't matter to us. We just hope you like it that's all. Just to put you in the proper frame of mind for what's coming we offer a short short story from The Gentleman: Then the Eskimo who had been siting on a cake of ice telling a story gut up "My tale is told" said he. "So's mine" said his companion. The Los Angel...

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