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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1931

F)?'V .rr.r-.m . ...;g-.--- .-...- .-..Ti. - . if;.-. tggaggfeTtrmrn;Hisa: P "M."5" llt lit . ' 'WwfcH r4 .tttr rfl .- -"L'V-i" wHpKvHjBjMKijj ' ' JV -i "r-f -1 ink! uitjukt m THE OPTIMIST " !H.i W". -V -"' 4--T V. f it - i u 1 u if O I f r. I m Technique and Fundamentals On Bighwaying-IT Home Given I)y MAURICE You'vo heard the tild gag about Thlghwaying It homo haven't you? In -fact it has been put to words and expressed In sons? tlmo and acratn dv ; tho Wildcat quartet. Tho fair co-eds ' of Zellnor wero recently serenaded by It If they will recall. Notlco tho - words to tho chorus: Highway home highway homo There's trouble all about So you had better watch out For tho highway highway home. Highway home highway home Thoro's no use to worry But you'll surely have to hurry For tho highway highway home. There Is "moro truth than poetry" about this ancUt is very dear to many A. 0. C. boys. If it wcro not for highwaylng many boys would never got to sco their mamas and papas (and sweethe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1931

I. U H i f.-. w. U4 m .yV' Quartet Tryouts For Boys Girls Held On Tuesday Craig Munroe Wells Buch anan Ate Selections r or Boys Quartet Twenty-three Contest EGGLESTON TOOMBS DERRICK MOSER CHOSEN FROM GIRLS GROUP Tryouts to dctermino persona who will sing on both tho men's and wom- en's collego quartets during the re- mainder of tho year wore hold in Sewell auditorium at- six-thirty Tues- day ovening. Eleven men and twelve women participated In them. Contrary to usual procedure tho men's division was hdard because of necessity. .All were asked to sing tho chosen song togothor each sang an octavo indivldally tho thrco quartets sang separately as they had drown numbers then tho judges wero al- lowcd to call for any combination they desired to hoar. Those placing first wero Earl Craig; senior from Chllilcothc first tenor; Harrison Munroe sophomore Abilene second tenor; Alfred Wells Fort Worth senior baritone; and Logan Buchanan sophomore Bard- well bass. Both Craig and Wells won places ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1931

lf!5V . 8SE&21 ?w; W.e? r.W.- . .Two ' 1. " Vt$F&S$fflB& NEW YORK WEEK BY WEEK By Walter Adams 'YOUNG. MEN'S MEETING": I i mi ii I 111 m i ii iiri I . ' . . I . ... I in . " . ; - . : : . - -. i1 rl ' i I- 'i vi 1 f d! I ! w I V V' Published Weekly by tha Students of AblUvns Christian College. Optimist' Office Scwell Auditorium Subscription Per Year . ?1.60 Address all Correipondenc and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Tetxas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. ' i LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business Manager Garriett Wilks Associato Editor Elwyn' Bedichck. ......News Editor Olon Hicks Assistant Editor FEATURES STAFF William Gray Feature Editor Assistants: Everett Maxwell Fred Harlan Journalism Class SPORTS STAFF Van Jones Assistant Sports . Sports Editor Logan Buchanan Flno Arts Lucille Adrian Copyreader Typists Cozette McDaniel Bernard Helton Pete Tcdlie Reporters .....Cordelia Page Evelyn Arceneaux Entered as second c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1931

'C 4. -. THE OPTIMIST Tff tl (MORRISMEN JOURNEY EAST ON LONG BASKETBALL TRIP . 'tl VJ tx $& . Hir Wildcat Crew Defeats Yellow Jacket Quintet In First Game . -u 1 ursAlXSStn&ttftamm tfc iy JRI'HBPtoJPBHWK1 ?' ' " ""fiijgjgitrfMmy nhwiiw wMr HiTtVi V n li? : :u.- - ' " " "r - it r - -inimu r-r i j--ij- . r?tAftfi . - j iStf ' a?- -v 2f ''" UTL i -TSfe cv- F- . v py-. r .- -v .u - ! ; 'A M j. i j " b V saa N rf u E' I- fr V K '". 1 nth bi'. rr j "r . P.uJIffia''" JK faculty ' tshria mm Christians Go On Road Fo Three Games To Be Played With North East Texas; Tech Here Tuesday by Van Jonea Tho Howard Payno Yellow Jackets fres'emblcd a wrestling team moro than they did a basketball dab. When .the Jackets ran out on tho floor most . of the spectators asked if the Cats had taken to the mat game. The size of the two teams did not have any- thing to do with tho outcome of the contest us tho Wildcats won the game .' by the score of 88 to 31. . 'The main feature of the game was the way ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1931

wa&szzs r2twfelttfeilLAa. .5 I mwimmsm-zzsma iSfSEr . tf T1 . t v ' v ;.73r rT vW "' "& jT -1-. x "I vti JTHB OPTIMIST :!' 4 1 ' 'H. ;c .VJ IS; i 9 I M fcl llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll SOCIETY h-lllllllllllllllHlltilliimiiiiiiitiiiiimiiimt' ft': W" Club Initiates New h ' - Held IrrHoma of Mrs. North Frirlav tivfininrr w - r 'Tho now members of tho Club and ' Mrs. Homer Hailev-wero honor cniests f at a party given by tho W Club in itho homo f Mrs. L. E. Norlh Friday ? night. -Tho now members wcro subjected .to a strenuous initiation after which Mrs. .Halley was presented with a console mirror as a wedding gift from -thoW Club. A refreshment plato of sandwiches wafers and hot chocolate was served to Grncla Ross Evelyn Curtis Zelda Moscr Blancho Beckner Vera Loo Paulino Crews now members and Mrs. Homer Hailey Lucille Adrian Frances McGrady Mildred Carlker Hazel Legate Kathryn Latham Raye Spanks Pauline Chappie Evelyn Ar- ccneaux Ruth Roach Mary Groon Una M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1931

j. m- . "' Hw. T; m . - v . & Ix-StudentsWed On Saturday 17th; InFrederick ORIa; v Lclia Page! And Max. Leach Surprise Relatives And i Friends Both Prominent- Here mbt. ANiorrcsrEEAcir continue TEACHING POSITIONS MONDAY . Surprise' came to relatives and friends on learnlngsof the raarrlagp of !Miss .Lelia Pago1 to Mr. It. Max well: Lcaci which -was solomnixcd in Frederick; Oklahoma Saturday noon January 17.. Word ' was roceivednero shortly: after: the ceremony .by Mr: and Mrs A. P. Poko; parents of the bride. Both the brido and groom spent threo years in Abilene Christian Col lege and wero popular in student activities. Mrs. Leach who graduated from Ablleno High1 School In I020J was cdl-tor-ln-chief of the class annual and sinco that tima has been interested in journalistic fields; D'uring-her next three years irr A. C. C. she was a member of the Prickly Pear and Op- timist staffs and'Tvns also-air officer in the Press Club. She was secretary of tho Students' Association secre t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1931

A ijWMpiitMMuawaflMta8Bw rrwinp csaaci v&gzm Tvw??; n? Pf j ?e ( Ko- F at in bi w I N bJ 5 3 V S a : v rto lijfij$StJ$ PubUshedWwJdy by the StadanU Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Subscription Per. Year L " Address 11 Correspondenca and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Tescai lnter-Collegiato Press Association. LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A.C.ETTER 'Business Manager Garnett Wilts. .".......i Elwyn Bcdichck. Olan -Hicks FEATURES William Gray Assistants: Everett Maxwell SPOUTS Van Jones Assistant Sports Fino Arts Copyreadcr Typists Boporters Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1029 at tho Postofflco at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1912. APPRECIATING Pow of us really appreciate the opportunities wo have each day. To us who are in school now the "grass looks greoncr" on tho other side of tho foucc. We think at least to some extent that if we had picked out somo largo university our advantages would have been far greater than th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1931

&iB? THK OPTIMIST 4 i ' "i. ' ' ' ' . j i m. r i EEMS COMPLETES SCHEDULE FOR 1931 TRACK TEAM Morrismen Drop Close Contest to Techmen Here Tuesday Night By Count of 31 to 25 ach Decides to Take Relay Team To Kansas Relays April 18 for En- Trance In Distance Medley Chase itir Big Relay Meets Two Sectional Engagements Annual x l . . cnampionsnip vuair v-ne national uain- ering Triangular Engagement With Two Southwest Conference Teams and Dual Meet on 1931 Bill LJfr i ' i PffifWWWWPrlWi V iTff 1-ftfflFi V if?!! ftfQ $felj Locals Come Back In Final Half to Knot Score 24-24 Af SO.. ii? EV Bri ' STC? S3 -is i-t- 4 by Van Jones Texas Tech has a perfect record .against the Cats in athletic competi- tion this season by their win over the Morrismen in football and basketball. As in the other games on the court this year tho Wildcats havo not played the gamo with any too much regularity. They play' what is known ao' tho erratic game that is at times they look like a champion team and other ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1931

. ' . jVa.-! I A i ui.tim VW-"3-f-"C2GXM ETtV't' J EW rrrnTTj JUL1 1 1 lj W"C1 H Tho now trti. MomC t a pnrt lio home e light. ) The ne? o a fltron . Mrs. -Hail conoolo ml tho W Clt A rcfro wafers a to Gracln Moaer I Paulino J Mrs. Hof Frances Hazel Li Spanks ceneaux Una Ma Trentle slo Ran1 lcr Jua ett Mel Mesi Nlcholi Ko- M PfaFmr IHIU1 U 1.U1 llllMlllllllllllllllIllllil'lll?!! SOCIETY 4 hlllliiiiiiiiiiiliiiifimiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiir Anagram and "Forty-two" Tournament' Features Entertainment For Junior Class On Friday Night Friday night in tho .parlor" of Zoll- ncr Hall an anagram and "forty- two" tournament was enjoyed by members of- tho junior class. Miss Nelson class sponsor was hostess and served ns announcer for tho games. Tho parlor was so arranged that ten tables formed a circle around' tho outsido while boautiful dimly shaded floor-lamps furnished tho light which' gavo tho room tho air of a perfect moonlight. Delightful refreshments consisting of a salad course cheeso wafe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1931

. ' ' rtft - . . . . . - frutMU "V h Kitten Klub Karnival MrlJIjR. II P WMIJr 1 I I I 1 II II I Tiff I y Durant Debate Tourney AS BBIv'' '( " Games With Buffalocis . BBn Jt lf---- -P JTIMr AT Wildcat Game At Tech BgpjS 'Vol. 18 ' ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS JANUARY 29 1931. No. j$JM$p ' r i fe t it . Afc. & tv '' 2 r t Wife. y asrc ?' ?::. K a i ? '. rjtkr -v v5 tT ; p Clay And Cecil To Enter Debate Tournament at Durant Oklahoma 'Funeral Services For J. L Burf ord Held Tuesday Eve. Pioneer Dairy Farmer Victim Of Drowning In Cedar Creek Monday Funeral services for J. L. Burford who wa'fl found drowned in Cedar Creek near Lytic fake Monday morn- ing at 10:30 were held Tuesday eve- ning at throe o'clock at the family residence 1210 Sayles boulovard with E. Wl McMillan minister of the Col- lego Church of Christ and F. B. Shep- herd of the Highland Church of Christ officiating. Burial was held in Cedar Hill cemetery. Mr. Burford is survived by Jack n freshman in A. C. C; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1931

.ZLj v atWLi mm w ? ! THE OPTIMIST 4?H ''" .TV.r 7M:W!Wi '5v'T i .". " NEW" YORK WEEK BY WEEK"" By Walter Adams .-..;'. .v YOUNG 'MEN'S' MEETING i- BBS Pago Two . '.. . ' r '. ' .'- - 1;j 1 TllA Mrs. lj r nt a J the ho nlghtj Th to a Mr8. conso tho'V A' wnfq to G; Mosi : Paul Mrs! Frai Haz Spat ccni Uni Trc sio ler ett Nil K b B P 6 i ? ;- & p ' li ! 8 1 i t a. v '2 fiz 8-M I en da i Mi Fl K H I Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College.. Optimist Office Scwell Auditorium Subscription Per Year $1S0 Address all Correspondence aud make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Teems Inter-Collegiate Press Association. LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business Manager Garnett Wilks. Associate Editor Elwyn Bcdichek. : News Editor Olan Hicks ...Assistant Editor FEATURES William Gray Assistants: Everett Maxwell SPORTS Van Jones Assistant Sports Copyreader Typists Reporters Entered as second class matter Juno Texas under the Act Fine ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1931

I ' f "": THE OPTIMIST' -Pfl ILDCATS OPEN TWO GAME SERIES IN LUBBOCK TONIGHT HH OH 0 H) 0 () HU CLOSE OUT SALE OF ENTIRE SHOE DEPARTMENT Shoes formerly priced at 86.00 to $10.50 H v ir ; P. A Pfi I :r; ' ' 7' '1 f . . . il - & t jfi xa XW - rpky f Wildcats Drop Double Affair To Alpine Loboes a Will Be Out b Avenge Defeat Taken Last Week lines Will Encounter Stiff Sleding on Matador Floor; Hodges And Fisher Are Tech Stars ?ho Wildcat baskotball team hit Jyoad again thU morning for the ia of tho Texan Tech Bull-fight-f. whore thoy open a two -game scries with tho Red and Black war- riors tonight in an attempt to break a losing streak that has clung to them since tho McMurry gamo two weeks ago. Tho Morrismen are rated as under- dogs in tho bout tonight and Friday evening in tho Matador's homo gym as a result of tho Techmen's victory over tho Wildcats in Bennett gym- nasium last week. However tho Cats are by no means hopolcssly outclassed in tho coming games for they pushed tho Tore...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1931

. . -- . .."": : - - lv i: to- x .-.. . -WPI rc-flKaws " l?fiiMiiir 111 IJMMlMiBliliil 59 . Ta'FeuX No. ;!'-- . - . . THEOPTIMIST . . ": " ' ' j ' ' ' :- " " ''f " ... 3 m n i mm i t m n i i i it ii i i in i i m i i n m m i i i i II I j ' i 1 1 I " ' '. I laaaMBnBfiHHHuaaMaaBHMHMMttaMHBHBBuaMMUBnaHttMBHrittHflMMMBfl h ht$ Si ;" '4 j F B' P" o A! 3 '5 S i VB :.-.! ;. ' i j i '' i'MI MtlMIt Mtt ttlittlllti t t Mil t til tltlHMt t UM MMM SOCIETY iii'iiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii W Club Members Honor A Club With Party In Parlors of Girls Dormitory Friday Evening A cleverly arranged party was given' by the W Club honoring mem- bers of the A Club in the parlors of tho girls' dormitory last Friday eve- ning. Forty wore present. When tho group met at eight o'clock tho men wore taken into an- other parlor and given instructions. They wero told that thoy were going through on entire week and must havo a date with a different young lady each evening. On Monday evening thoy attende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1931

Li w tT5-' !: hr. jV N .Ai) it 1 " "1: nst V. ?' .' jK" 9j W- iff V t-.. 9 i . i'31 Forensic Teams - WU1 Meet Twenty Four Other Teams Comer Clay and C. W. Cecil Are" Only1 Veterans' On Year's Squad Girls Encounter 8 Teams CONTESTS WILL CARRY JJOYS 'ON TIIREE TRIPS TO ' SOUTHERN SCHOOLS vCompletion of tho 1031 debate BcheUulo -which MlU enter tho boys team of A. C. C; in sixteen and tho girls team in eight .contests was an- nounced by Fred .Harlan forensic manager this week. Tho schedule will carry tho boys' on 'three tours on which thoy will competo with leading universities and colleges of tho south. On account of the" limited numbpr of girl debate teams in Texas only one tripjias been announced for tho girls. The leading prospects -on tho boys' team this year are Comer Clay a vet- eran debater of threo years in 'A. C. C. and a former debater in Abilene high school and C. W. Cecil sopho- more also a member of the last year team. "Garnet Wilks of Cordell Okla.; and. Jack Pope a form...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1931

.V.ittft&& . '- . A.a.OI . t'llA v T'Tw ifi PrTnFr ' ' iTlMlM(lliMiMlrlMiiiiiwwiiiiiiiiiiitfi tii'iiiiiOTIiwyt'if ill b - awaai g BE5ssB8W8MB'"i"iroMnMjm.'tgBqf im'iTiiTTT-rTitTWagi pjjhj4bimhmMIHMMHbVMNPhMMMIMMN 01TO iKt EHMBM BWrea SUM iJflC B g'l. . .&. " f ;.. 5J .'? :TV'"'S'V: ' ?fr I -Jh hoi 'nt3 rhi a j s. jl nso 0 M no ost aul frs! raJ (az pa: onl mi To io or ( i ii F1 B PM o ii ii i- I 1 ! fftS 1 . . I . ' ' ' 'ill . ' ..'." ' ' ' ".'. ' i' I1 - mtmmm wr Pabllshed Wwkly by Us StadenU of Abilene Chriitian College. Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Addrew all Correspondence aud make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Teacai lntcr-Collcglato Press Association. LEON CARTEU Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTEIt 1 ' v ' Basilicas Manager Garnett Wilks i Associate Editor ElwyrtBcdicliek. Nowb Editor Olnn Hicks Assistant Editor FEATURES STAFF William Gray Assistants:. Everett Mnxwoll SPORTS Van Jones Assistant Sporta Flno Arts Editorials.. Typ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1931

k K 1 E&f j k mml ' jk 7f" ' 1V ;-m 3?" share. ffe W- .7 ? lt-i ' :. HWf si MORRISMEN FIND BISONS TOO TALL BOTH IF elines Drop Dual Affair by Scores 49 to 24 39 to 26 i . awrcnce And Reynolds Score High For Cats While Burke' Fortenbury and Co mer Take Canyon's Lead. I Playing the best brand of ball they ihave shown this year the wildcats fought and fought but wero unable to get up in the air enough to van- quish the Canyon Bufalocs in two fast games Monday and Tuesday nights. Tho Morrlsmon played a jam-up good ball game both nights and did somo valiant fighting but the Bison wero a llttlo too tall. Tho Wildcats took the lead in the f irBt game any forged ahead again in the mlddlo of tho game but tho tip-ins of Comer and Fortenberry Wero too much; The s'coro was 40-23. In the second gamo though tho two tall boys wefa well covered Burk broke out of control and by scoring 2t points put the gamo on ice. Tho scoro was 20-30 Monday's Game Taking an early lead due to tho shooting of La...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1931

"'" . HiiriMi iwiiiM 'fMir"''''''"''" jM . r v TiTfciHfLLMMMinrWtWi Wiii i il ffrfrriu li JjAMa(JiMaJii iim' ijjii. siftaaasfiSss vnvHv-w - -. .- -- r. - . - . .avdfvi infrr. tau :rr " ---- - . - . . . . . n i n i m mmm . i uniii f ai mi ii i i i i i I i i i ! ' ' - - iaMiHnanCU MiHKniiBBiUH3Hm . ..aur: di (t-mt Bf . The at Ah tholh) " night. Thl togf Mrfg conao th$ wafo to G Mosi Paul Mrs Frai Hazj Spal cow Uni! Trc' sio ' lor ett Niii '; p " l H T 4 I I si I' 4 i.' 1"4S J? S'S ' M . HHMKraMB W . P ''smEhmmohm niiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii iiiiiiiniiiiinj SOCIETY kiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiq Kitten Klub Karnival Saturday Evening In Bennett Gymnasium Features Week's Entertainment At Abilene Christian-College Tho annual Kitten Klub Karnival was hold Saturday evening in tho Bonnott Gymnasium when Ireno Mc- Commas was crowned queen by Coach A. B. Morri3. Tho royal court com- posed of tho class and club represen- tatives and representatives from tho other Abilen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1931

. ( . awnS 9SSBK. '1 - '' "MwSraffilflHHogBS?' ' 31 i : : fBP Ptfl j ' " J: Wildcats We Are For You : Wt: ZjUL ' Win the Next 3 Games M M$M&& : ' 'tMW&fe'S& . -:mm& ' ; - I "" '" ' TT" ' j.' ' ' 1 'MHB ffiBtSufipL ''VJL Students ahd'Extudcnts': ':;". ;'.' ' MS Wt-d lOT )r44f I rWririff'il'I l I ' V vr T 1 r - "" Z .' ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 12 1931. I '- J 1 IB U ttti I . i ; n a v fcS w B i v "... A - IB- i ibilene Christian College LECTURE PROGRAM' February 24 to 27 . Monday night: "His Glorious Gospel" ..-s .... . C. E. Woolrldge Plalnvlow Tuesday morning: "As Truth is in Jesus' . .Early Arcenoaux Locknoy Tuesday afternoon: "My Body Its VJctory" ML D. Daloy Hollls Okla. Tuesday night: "God Cares" . John T. Smith Lubbock Wednesday morning: "Tho Relationship of tho. Preach- er to His Message" John Allen Hudson Tulsa Okla. Wednesday afternoon: "Tho Inspiration of Examplo" Robcrt C. Jones Amaflllo Wednesday night: ' "Tho Problem of Modern ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1931

E o G I ttosl E Paul Mrs o Fra Spa J cenj t Unf Trc1 n slo J ler'! ; cttS i- ' bjj -FJ Bj PJ tl 11 ! Pablk-ad Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Sahecription Per Year Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief AiCETTER Business Manager .u. Garnett Willcs......: Elwyri Bedichek..k....u.i Ola'if Hicks FEATURES William Gray Assistants: Everett Maxwell SPORTS Van Jones Goober Fino Arts Editorials- Society Copyreader Typists Entered as second class matter June 28 1020 at tho Postoffice at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1912. "DON'T BE A LEANER BE A LIFTER" "Don't bo n leaner bo n lifter" said J. C. Reese first vice president of tho board of trustees of Abilene Christian College iii his address to the students Monday morning. Tho board of trustees has sponsored the Organization of students and ex-students for a money-raising campaign fdr Abilene Ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1931

WSMBMtM tfytt f'f: -!m :L1' THE' OPTIMIST. !AtS ENGAGE HILL BILLIES AND INDIANS IN THEIR GYMS .- x y? ' ' ty" -. 'ill' Yii m i m 9 Ml n?. i : 'r. m :- tfcy 4$. tej- &' v Tj Wildcat Tennis Outlook Favorable As Training Initiated Locals Determined To Shatter. Losing Streak in Next Go Meet Daniel Baker In Brown- wood Friday; Then Return Game With McMurry fhere Tuesday Ragtaiwte T Report ior lvleet- DRAUGHONS BUSINESS BOWS TO KNOTTY BUNCH tfter a ten day period of recupera tion sinco tho Canyon affair Coach Morris' "luckless" charges venturo fdrth Friday morning for a trip to Brownwood whero they will begin Cho drive for tho finish of tho basket- ball season in a Blnglo engagement with Daniel Baker college. Returning Jrom BroWnwood Ihey will get ready for. a return encounter with McMurry in: tho Indian gym Tuesday evening February 17 Reports from tho Wildcat training quarters aro that the Cats aro work- ing in dead earnest to complete tho Benson with three victories for tho three re...

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