The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 3, 1934 Page: 3 of 4
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THE OANIIL tAKlft COLLIOIAN
THIS WEEK AT
Saturday Feb. 3 "Pentheuea."
a Manhattan cocktail of whoopee
Jlit9 love hate and diaUluataa is
SSterfully mixed for the motion pic-
Ere public In Artlur Soman Roche's
Mthouse" the Metro-Ooldwyn-May.
. cosmopolitan production.
The Picture la a vivid portrayal of
Jdcm lln in New York of life la
Sad Manhattan's love neeti on the
moMops of political plottliif clan-
2iae romance aluring revelaUon
Sthe merry-go-round of lift In the
Grid's wickedest metropolis.
Directed by W. 8. Van Dyke re-
numbered for his epochal dramas of
Ifrlca and the South Seas Arthur
Somen Roche's "Penthouse" thru a
startling departure from the other
productions assures this director his
Hfhtful place in the forefront of the
Saturday Midnight "The House en
Few stories are said to offer a star
a wider range of dramatic opportunl
ties or a more dazzling background
than are afforded beadtlful Kay Fran.
di tn "The House on 66th Street"
Margaret Lindsay Frank McHugh
WlUlam Boyd Sheila Terry and Hen-
ry O'Nell have other Important parts.
Rlehardo Cortex takes the masculine
part opposite Kay Francis.
Monday and Tuesday February B-
I "Gallant Lady."
"Gallant Lady" the 20th Century
Picture starring Ann Harding which
opens at the Lyric Theatre Monday
presents one of the most poignantly
dramatic and appealing stories which
has come to the screen this season.
Noted for her understanding por-
trayal of feminine character In this
picture this capable star has a unique
opportunity to exercise to the fullest
her ability to rise to emotional
heights. The story deals with a
young woman mother of an illegtU
mate child who Is forced to assign
the child for adoption immediately
after its birth agreeing never to see
As the years pass she becomes a
phenomenally successful business wo
man. and at the height of her fame
accidentally meets again the child
whom she had counted lost to ner.
The story brings her to the point
where she is forced to choose be-
tween being reunited with her child
under the penalty of remaining silent
regarding her true Identity and play-
ing fair with the man she loves and
running the risk of wrecking the
The play is climaxed in a tensely
dramatic scene which gives full play
to Miss Harding's hlstronic capabil-
ities. Wednesday and Thursday Feb. 7
WE ARE BEHIND
1417 Austin Avj.
Exptrt Dry CUaning
The Rams Horn
tmb HAM'S HORN - -i.
no wno knows how little he knows
The Weslev Pilot !. .
nation question that th u-
"Massacre" Is a historic story con-
earning Indian warfare and the way
the Dloneera met it. ninhat nu.f
mess plays the leading role in the
Friday and Saturday February 9-
10 "Going Hollywood."
This Picture rive im on nM n..i
with Marlon Davles and Blng Cros-
uy. iaiu picture nas one of the best
casts that has been nut im tn a
movie fans this year. Anyone that
is interested in the musical comedies
that have been the rare for th nt
season should And great enjoyment in
Red wd Dlu.
New Ywk In
thought mljrht be n.bori. nn.. M..i.i
Mahatma Handhl have done In Sir
S.er Ralslgh'' Pace at the mud
The old adage that "the may to a
man a hjart Is through his stomach"
seems to bo finding favor on the C.
I. A. campus. As shown by statistics
taken for the year of Mie entire num-
ber enrolled in the college the girls
who are majoring in home economics
lead .the rest of the departments In
number with a total of one hundred
The Pine Log has found a boy who
returns everything he borrows. He
explains that If he keeps It himself
It Is certain to be lost but if he takes
It back It will be easily found next
"Like father like son" says the
old proverb but' a girl may like the
son without having any use for the
Some love affairs end at the altar
but the majority never get that far.
Women appear natural only when
they don't try to.
When a man Is in love Instead of
putting his heart into it he Is likely
tk$ MttnfUf Optra H$$$
i0 P. M. Buiein Sundud Tune ow
N.iwoiki of NBC IUCKY STWKi
ihi Mmopoliun Opfi CajPr
ihi coapliti Opi "Dl WilkUrt."
Finest looacco CHmTjwSms
to put his foot Into it The East
Among other fines imposed upon
undergraduates at Union College
Schenectady is a fine of 6 cents if
caught wearing hats within the walls
of the college.
It Is a fine thing to form the habit
of doing something for others before
beginning the day's work. Not many
of us are so busy that we could not
squeeze in a little thought of some-
body else before breakfast. The
Scene: The Municipal Auditorium.
Occasion: A boxing contest (some
people call it a prize fight.)
Characters: Fire Marshall and An
The sound of the fire whistle is
heard. The Are marshal! and the al-
derman jump up from their seats
while heated clouts are being ex-
changed by the pugilists and run for
the front of the building. From the
entrance smoke can be seen pouring
from a building about three blocks
down the street.
Alderman: "Look at the smoke."
In making Lucky Strike Cigarettes we
use the finest Turkish and domestic
tobacco and only the center leaves
Fire Marshall: "Yeah I see it."
Alderman: "Wonder what build-
ing that is?"
Fire Marshall: "I dunno might be
Alderman: "Reckon we ought to
go down there?"
Fire Marshall: "Naw. I reckon
SULLIVAN'S BARBER SHOP
GOLD ARROW FLOUR CAKE FLOUR
GOLD ARROW FEEDS
v ty-t-ifr v4
OF GOOD TASTE
for they are the mildest and the most
tender. And every Lucky is so round
so firm so full packed no loose ends.
that It will still be burning when the
fights are over."
Alderman: "Yeah. Z want to see
how far that Mexican Is going to go
after that big palooka hits him. Come
They go back In to watch the ftghta
or exmomons as it may be.
& GRAIN CO.
NOT the top liitii rtj'r usaVr
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Cream of the Crob
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The Collegian (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 9, Ed. 1, Saturday, February 3, 1934, newspaper, February 3, 1934; Brownwood, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth100057/m1/3/: accessed June 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.