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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 March 1931

r S5ja.- f . ' MHjMMHMiMiiHmT'T ! Ilmi ' feJK&f-r ' I ' J . .THE OPTIMIST ?y'r "X -V . . w ' ;&&$& . t MB! A l HI v - !& jB'i' UOmS OCOlt iilia lylaCe Bennett Wins Cliampion- wi-mur rnvuui i vurcuxia Hi' - ' T.-ttlfiftMF.ntfirtflin ship At Fat Stock Show A. H. S. TEACHERS TUESDAY miwtxw r-v n .. a i r -n. ffii i unc CAniiTV nccciTC i m 4 . Ko-Jo-Kais Tho Ko Jo Knls wcro entertained Saturday afternoon by Dorris Scott and Grace Llttlefield." Tho game of anagrams furnished nmuscmont Miss Elizabeth Nelson and Mickio Cooper being winners as thoy remained un- defeated. Tho places woro marked by attrac- tive St. Patrick's Day placo cards tho green and wlilto being carried out in all decorations. Miss Norveno Cramer furnished tho music playing several piano solos. Refreshments consisted of pineap- ple cheese salad ham sandwiches po- tato chips olives and coffee. Those who enjoyed tho party were: Martha Miller Dorris Scott Grace Littlef icld Mickie Cooper Marie Watson Net...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1931

ffc-' - Support Your Team - wt lT ifjl MM I 1 1 1 if W I T New Term Is Here - " " C-S V : '.. m 4 ?.f . Vol. 18 ' . ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXASaMARCII 2G 1931 No. 25 ' -i" l .. -i :-m f; ?f4 ' 11-. ' V es( ' K.51 "r 4 r'f -.'TV- . . I fc.- v -& -'" n." -t' ?;J ' ii'' " College Quartet To Broadcast At Amarillo Station Group Will Sirig Over Radio WDAG Friday Saturday And Sunday Eve Leave Friday Morning DOTH SECULAR AND RELIGIOUS PROGRAMS TO BE GIVEN BY A. C. C. GROUP Leaving Friday morning the Abl- lcno Christian College male quartet will go to Amarillo Texas for the purposo of prosentlng-threo vocal pro- grams over radio station WiDAG of that city. The quartet is going to Amarillo in rcsponso to a special in- vitation extended by Robert C. Jones pastor o"fvtho Church of Christ at Amarillo while ho was in Abilene during lectu'ro week. FronV 8:00 to 9:00 o'clock Fri- day evening tho quartet will give n scculnr.program of fun and songs from station WJDAG and some time Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1931

Hk-mmtkm i mwM hilnw irtTT.ia If h " nil RBI ! "'- i-f-' & v"." m.;)' - ' v -.j-j; IB i iJ . JaOi Pago Two 'gyr-tf :'vKr '""'.! THE OPTIMIST 1 J " ' "r :l ' ('7 ! . 1 r rfrtVjMwri ". .i..T YOUNG MEN'S MEETING 'wftf.:-. 4V --r jmM t-- w ' ..- t J . tT - KWrj' Jt -r t- ''Tnr - Wj j.ii."r . i i ii .. .t . j N M u $ 5 ..i r; ji i i r : fe: 4 v ' rv; .' i' :4 l 5 I 5 S'f I !. U ( ! M . f ; . - Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year 1.B0 Addross all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Colleglato Press Association. 1E0N CARTER Editor-in-Chief A.C.ETTER Business Manager Garnctt Wilks :. Associate Editor Elwyn Bctlichck. News Editor Olnn Hicks Assistant Editor Wndo Bnnowsky .. Assistant Manager Jcsso Coffman Collection Munngor Fino Arts '. ' Lucillo Adrian Features .. . Everett Maxwell Columnist Goober Kcyes Sports .. Logan Buchanan Editorials...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1931

- -" r- iWillWWjjBMMMWa -i ' mJVisr ..''.--". i"r. 'i w Ws ' - P fc 'a Ktf J.v- KfftV v J ir- -iv1- ' ' ""'" "' . " '' . ''-"- . ' . " ' -.THR nPTfMt;T THE OPTIMIST Twenty -three Boys Report For Initial Work-out Of Spring Football Practice Much Interest Manifested By Gridsters In Spring' Grind Which Will Last Month Or Six Weeks With 23 men out Tuesday and 1U Wednesday spring football training was 'started with a. vim and vigor as in thq old days. Coach Morris Is opti- mistic over tho interest being taken In tho season of training and believes that a pleasant season is starting. Tho purpose of spring training ii to discover new material and to ex- periment with tho old men. Tho in- terest this year is much greater than that of last year with more men out and each man interested in learning and developing teamwork Training will last for a month or six weeks depending on tho interest shown and tho material. If tho pres- ent Interest keeps up spring training wil last till sometlmo in Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1931

v -- lJiMiatQUt r. t lt...T ...... . -w.... .r ... ..ii.nn -ritp.? .kiuwpiMPPMP.J!i IP '. ..ftftltar . ' .' ' '.-' ' ' THE0PTIM1ST ' "'- '-' .t ' ' '" -' ' ' ' " ' 7 . '; I In r ' l n m K J i ; w 15 V4 n 9. A B ' $2 LI IT? r I I I I I I I I IT 1 1 1 J I J J l l J S O C I Ft mm ttttt tit H111IIIIII1 Many Students Take Advantage of Between Term Holidays and Visit Respective Homes A number of students from both the boys' and girls' halls went either to their homo towns or to that of some friends for tho short vacation between torms. A largo number of theso stu- dents' names have been found but wo reallzo that tho list Is very probably deficient and that a few of them have been missed. However tho following names havo been noted: Alma Armour Eden; Leo Powell Sylvester Arthur Hunter and Allen Adams Roscoo; Luclllo Adrian Rayo Sparks Evelyn Arconeaux San Antonio; Norveno Cramer and Louise Burton Winters; Norma Kcclor Brownwood; Dalton and Lennon Hill Fort Worth; Evelyn Curtis and Mila Egg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 April 1931

PR' Attcnd'Sping Meeting Beginning .Sundays "? x VoL18 ABILENE-CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS. APRIL '2 1931? No. 26 . v- ANNUAL SPRING MEETING 0F COLLEGE CHURCH BEGINS SUNQAX MBnfc- 1"W"1 il if Vfl i I ill 1 1f f I T Havc-Tiiosc Blg-Boys.Out L wAfI-llP yP?fe I II II I lllllllll ZllIL ' WildcatTracksters- . 1 r-n inn 'i ii' " 'i u mm 'hi i ' r I V T y Ur . I T I I Bl 'i kh : & r . -t i? . J" J14 I--' .i:- ''' 7' T I... w ft y ft ' m 4 V ft - A.tCFC. Track Many Activities Are Arranged for Spring Session of College i Spring activitis wero officially in- troduced yesterday with tho annual April first holiday and senior-faculty baseball game. According to the calendar in Miss Pat Malone's studio students of Abl- leno Christian College will bo kept busy in extra-curricular during tho rest of tho current school year. Tho W Club will present tho first performance when tho club members present "Scones in A Union Depot" tomorrow evening. Tho rest of tho calendar reads as follows: Bcnior...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 April 1931

" a " ' L -' -M-l.- T W i h v i rf!$ . "il ( J ' j- i 1 y. . f. I r 1 1 ' i i . i i 1 1 . . i .1 imtJmmw. Published Weekly by the Students of-Abilono Christian College. Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence uud THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business Manager Garnctt Wilks Elwyn Bcdichek. Olan Hicks ... Wadd Banowsky Jesso Coffman Flno Arta Features Columnist- Sports. Editorials Copyreader Typists. Reporters: Fred Harlan Graco Littlefield Ruth Ewlng Bernard Helton. Entered no second class matter June 28 1929 at tho Postafflco at Abilene Texas under tho Act Of August 24 1912. -- l P----lM ! I -- .-.!-... Ml- ..II I- THE SPRING The spring meeting Logins' next Sunday morning. A. Hugh Clark a former student of A. C. C. and a man every "whit capable of the task ho is undertaking will do tho preaching. This is an event to which every devoted student of A. C. C. looks forward. These meetings throughout the past have always pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 April 1931

As tt i w !i4 ?:y.- mil tj :t t - . r B& 6 - JPt j. via J 'ii. w.j r f " m . "T -rr" le.JW.TOt iv Jrc;- sj Sk-HAHl'TO " ' ' rSFf- w ' nt THE OPTIMIST Pags Threo Weems' Relay Teams Win New Honors At Texas And Rice Fridayand Saturday Seniors Overwhelm Faculty in Annual "Fools Day" Fray Medley Four Scores First Both Days at Relays Breaking Record at Rice; Regular Mile Team Wins at Rice Also Wildcat Sprint Medley Team Hangs Up College Record of 3:31.6 in Houston While Mile Relay Group Travels Distance in 3:21.5 for New A. C. C. Record; Adatnsl Places Third in Discus Saturday Untried yes throo running the race for tholr first and the other ono run- ning a dlstanco ho had novcr covered before in Intcrcolicgiato competition and yet the four trackmen from Abi- lene" Christian College entered in tho medley mile at tho Toxas and Rico relays became a sensation in ono race. After winning tho sprint medley milo relay at tho Texas relays in a rather slow time of 3:38.5 due to unfavorable weat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 April 1931

u u ' 1 41 i t m 1 .4 W JkM COLLEGE QUARTET RETURNS FROM TRIP INTO NORTH PANHANDLE" JjfiGT. Reese Accompanies Male Ten Programs Are Given; Tho male. quartet has returned from n 1000. milo trip to tho northern city of Amarillo and vicinity whore for. thot past. week tho members of tho quartet and. J. C. Reese havo been advertising the school. During tho trip the boys gave ten programs besides singing most of tho wny there nnd.hack. Leaving Abileno Friday morning at 0 o'clocki.nndxeturnlngt about 3:30 Tuesdayi-gavorplonty of timo to "eat singe and' bo-merry." According to tbo.reports given the Optimist novor before has. the quartet been treated so royally or enjoyed a trip so im- mcnsolyj s Tho quartet consisting of Earl Craig) first tenor Harrison Munroe a 0. TRACK GROUP MEETS TEXAS U. AND A. AND M. (Continued from Pago 1) high Jump and Wood Simmons Gray and'WCems in tho milo relay. Chances are also fair for Lawrenco in tho low hurdles and Simon in tho two-mile to como through for fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 April 1931

sr'j im H if .te' V '. V' "-Ma ; V' rv .i iZWJ0i? CLASS EDITION A - & : V ' IB Watch .The Junior Uassr Go Gett'cm! Don't Forget The Meeting Is Over Sunday v. l" . fil ' w Vol. 18 ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 9 1931 No. 27 t ANNUAL SPRING MEETING OF COLLEGE CHURCH REACHES FULL SWING ffislP Irir 'till If iJifnl i ilTi "2 k. r ? :" " Sr'' SM & . r-" l t . . ' - I' o '5- -. ' i . 2-" - ' Dual Meet With Daniel Baker Weemsmen Go To Brownwood College Saturday Morning Wildcats Arc Due to Capture Affair By Overwhelm- ing Score $. D. B. Strong In Dashes C. C. FAVORED FOR FIRSTS IN ALL EXCEPJ DASHES AND HIGH HURDLES Conch Wcems and his fighting Wildcats will leave early Saturday morning for an entanglement with tho Hill Billies at Brownwood. Coach Weems will likely carry tho same crew that raced against Texas Uni- versity and Texas A. and M. Inst week. Thero is a possibility of Ritchlo going as ancw member. If ho goes ho will run tho hurdles. With tho Wildcats performi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 April 1931

-jES" - J!K.WI.U.?i ' f1 .Wt A 1 t . t & hmMmiNwMmhm xrirzazzz izr.rf.zsr. w' HH li EM AiDMtefe .'". SriittAwJEEEliWMMJEtemMLi'yW Ew svp -4'' . v'-f '-- .-' "'rvr ' ' " - ? . . vT? 1?JX'W fnilflSS- icr - ... i r J v "The Joy fullness df Scholarship" Address Delivered By Schug To Scholarship Group YOUNG MEN'S MEETING' ft" " ? 1(1 J ' '"I V " m i B J Id II HM ' tt I; - 1 . ... . Published Wiekly by the StudenU of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence und THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTEIl Business Manager Garnctt Wilks. Elwyn Bcdlchek. Olnn Hicks . . Wado Banowsky Jesse Coffman Entered as second class matter June Texas under the Act JUNIOR CLASS STAFF Olan Hicks Paraleo Patterson- Goober Kcyes Clydo Corner Cordelia Pago . Typists Paulino Chappie Blanche Bcckner Presley Smith. Reporters Mildred Carlker Blanche Bcckner Mclba Rutherford Pauline Chapplo and A. C. Ettcr. WHAT ABOUT OUR SCHOOL SONG...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 April 1931

1. 1- 'i'W ' O 4 43BS.- . -." .;$r X .Vjl.1 wf: W A. C. C. Trackmen Lead Wildcats Score Six Meet With Texas (J. and Texas A. & M. But Lose Second Place by Few Points Weems' Charges Break Tape On Every Race Going Around urvcj vood Makes 15cst Record of Afternoon On 440 Running Quarter-Mile in 50 Seconds Flat; Sim- " mons Simon Gray and Adams Also Take Firsts A little band of I'urplo nnd White clnd Wildcats rnn throw fought and Jumped their way into tho limelight of Southwest track history Saturday evening at Memorial Stadium. They didn't win but they proved beyond a doubt that all they lacked was manpower and not ability strength or" speed. In sixteen event the A. C. C. thinly clods won six first places whili Texas U. was garnering only three and tlclng for another. A. nnd M. lifted five clear victories and one tic and with their mnnpowcr coupled with some real stars took the meet. Texas reg Istored second with tho Wildcats run- ning them a closo third. Ono of the outstanding thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 April 1931

. 1U ...'y ." . -' -.- v t !:! i ; r f-tn (iii ni I. A if if mi k K N f fi'. II Ji. ft 'i T l PVM1 S HH. riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiL SOCIETY hiiiiiimimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim': TUOPHY CASE BOASTS ENVIADLE HISTORY Candidates For B. A. Majoring in Home Economics Give Formal Dinner As Tests A unique part of tho Homo Econom- ics major is being performed by fivo candidates for degrees from that de- partment in tho form of formal din- ner to bo given by each of them on which they aro to bo graded as to tho merits of their menu service tech- nique and knowlcdgo of tho principles of food preparation. COHON FROCKS FOR ALL OCCASIONS kcOMMENDEI) TO CO -EDS bV ARLEDGE Mlna T.flfnti AiOnrtrrn lmn1 rf flirt Margaret Dunn is hostess tonights Homo Econoraicg depnrtment recently Lcola Duckworth will servo her din ncr on April 11 Fayo Maxwell on April 13 Ora Fvchs April 15 and Martha Miller was hostess last night. Miss Margaret Dunn acted as host to tho hostess Mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 April 1931

( P . ftV j Li' 4 'H fifc its IS" icr ' r k- Hugh Clark Closes Successful Meeting On Sunday Evening Visible 'Results of Meeting Include 12 Baptisms and 25 Restorations Excellent; .Attendance EVANGELIST GOES TO BROWN- WOOD FOK TEN-DAY REVIVAL Sunday night marked tho close of tho spring meeting of the College Church of Christ. The revival was attended by largo crowds the avcrago number at night services being about eight hundred and resulted In twelve bnptismB and twenty-five resoratlons as visiblo results. A Hugh Clark an cx-student who Is now minister of a Church of Christ in San Antonio did th preaching for tho meeting. He and his family left Monday for Brownwood where he will conduct a ten-day meeting beginning tomorrow. E. W. McMillan minister of the College Church of Christ will join him in a meeting at San Antonio on May 1. A brief summary of his sermons both morning and evening since tho last edition of tho Opti"ist on Thurs- day is given as follows: "WORLDLINESS AMONG CHRISTI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 April 1931

lOlCS' . ...... - -I 1.- '..n'V8fe1't. '-. gij&alM1WIWMMIItMWWImWIWlM 'jT VS2ESZ U im4E VT2 &. I .J& r i :' PagaTwe TILS OPTIMIST iiniii.iUnniinnmliiliiH mini ; i Iiin n hViiiiiihhI. l7ati.MifNWIIMilBMMMWBBWBBBBWWWWWBlBWWWWWWIWIIHiWi 1 f I a I; I 1 rj Published Wookly by the Students Optimist Office Subscription Per Year - Address all Correspondence mid make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. . Members of Teams lnter-Colleglate Press Association. LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business Manager . Garnett Wilks .'. Associate Editor Elwyn Bcdichck...... News Editor Olan Hicks ....... .. Assistant Editor Wado BdnoWsky Assistant Manager Jcsso Coffmnn . Collection Manager Entered as second class matter June 28 1029 nt the Postofflce at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1012. SOPHOMORE STAFF Everett Maxwell Editor Bernard Helton.. Assistant Editor Logan Buchanan .Sports Editor Maurice McMulIen Religious Editor Virgil Bernard -Typist Reporter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 April 1931

SKWteS 5RPR win r.ir. .v JWA Mi w- fh Fr y . i; v f ? v'K-". iv IHfeV.. .-s... VY-. . .i. ia.". ' ' rr . 5- 1 V l' ; ..-vSLKT ?"; -"Li .r &1: .- . flAy " '04 Jsis? icgrapg'gar "!'." "lj. m i Weem ? Wildcats Swampt ; Hill Bilies There - By 7842 Score 1 " ' ' Wood Gray; Adams Better T.I.A.A Record in Ttfcir Respective Events; S i m- mons Nears Mile Mark t Finding no difficulty in eliminating tho Hill Ullllcs of Brownwood the 'stampeding Wildcnts of J. Eddlo Weems brought home tho bacon in the typical Wildcat fashion with a scoro of 78-42 over DaTilel Baker last Sat- urday afternoon nt Brownwood. A stiff south wind held up tho run- ners but good times .were mndo in nearly every event in splto of tho . wind. Only first and second placed were counted in-tho meet and tho ..Wildcats took twelvo firsts and six seconds to win over tho Billies who took threo firsts and eight seconds. Outstanding performances for tho afternoon were Jesso Wood's half ' mile spree Bulldog's 440 trot John Sim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 April 1931

"i i'h'i nii iiiniiilniiww MiWifriiMtf;iri9SiiiiiJiiiiriiiiiinittftwiiiiM' fm-fw.wWwmW' I fy' (. . ISr Pg Feur & THE OPTIMIST. - -w - a f ..A JKHYnWHtni-flitoMfH bmot MvrTTrH-fiaStoj win i "!Bg v r-'r'.-'.'' 'Vs.. "" vw-r-rfrw 4' I: 1- 'I ' I 1 2.1 fi . m Mi W s ;& m m n 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 ii 1 : SOCIETY i ?iiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiitiiiiiitimiiiii)iiiiimm' Mrs. McMillan's Sunday School Class Entertains With Party Wed. Afternoon Mrs. E. .W McMillan's Sunday school class consisting of the junior unci senior girls of A. C. 0. entertain- ed somo thirty or forty children Wednesday afternoon from tho south- east side of tho city who attend tho Sunday school classes conducted by several students of A. 0. C. under tho direction of tho College Church at 1110 Locust street. Tho party was held at tho McMillan homo in Collego Heights and tho street was roped off by order of polico so that tho children would havo a safe placo to play. Tho children played numerous games under tho directio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 April 1931

. ' " " ' "H!JiK?V.4JUMii r u iziu. ' -. i ' ' iirtiE..m" ..niivr I II HI MM rJFL'9 T. "v" " " tM " & SENIOR CLASS EDITION jV " S fir ! ul it i iil " ' .. 2S '. Cj SKI "j ia. . rw Lgrf . 4 ' il. . ; Wl iWBMKwTr; me I On To Drake' I - ' . -I '.-.".'. I ' i Tr I- K V r M$ 1 ( iir i More Trophies is? - I- ' ' 1 - ' No. 29 jm . "fflt. Srllf! iCESe . i t- J : f 4 If1 t r 'V' w ' K r- w- t- l-f . II ' H Vol. 18 Dalton Hill Will ' Leave ACC at End Of Present Term Ends Three Very Successful Years As Tenns Coach And Instructor TIAA Champion Teams HAS DECIDED TO ENTER FIELD OF COACHING IN PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS Dnlton Hill who for the last thrco years has been assistant varsity coach of football nnd basketball head tennis mentor uhd Instructor in the academy has resigned his position to go to the field of high school coaching accord- ing to information released by Presi- dent Baxter lato yesterday. Bcforo assuming his duties as a professor and coach in Abllcno Chris- tian College Hill was an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 April 1931

' V'i V " Js r wfetaMaiiMrttirftiiiaiMiiiiniwii . nn . "iiiinjMiiiiiiiiiiil1TTrjTTa BirntenaiiigdnawBii VI. Ff'V rYr U r 'VM .'' ' - Ml V yr - 5JsBEr Page Two THE OPTIMIST zs With The Exes YOUNG MEN'S MEETING t.v I :f && S.- lM ;'l II. ii ? -5 ' . Y'Vte Published Weekly by the Student of 'Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year . 1.50 Address all Correspondence und make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas lntor-Collegiato Press Association. - . i i i LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business Manager Garnett'Wilks Associate Editor Elwyn Bcdichek. News Editor Olan Hicks.;.............. ... Assistant Editor Wado Banowsky Assistant Manager Jesso Coffman : Collection Manager Entered as second class matter Juno 28 102D at tha Postoffico at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1012. SENIOR CLASS STAFF Elton Abernathy. Editor Garnctt Wilks Assistant Editor Elwyn Bcdichek - Sports Editor Fred H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 April 1931

- -. ffP m :3r --.n &: l - ' w CM . R 4t6 7' m . Fj'Jf. Br- S L'A f wr-iV rm Ur-. us. M Hi liAi .'- . w;-a "fir' -tR -- 'MB - "ib Mm' l M ' TirfciifrCr "IrHjTifib ' mmM&mmm V'''lfMMM ifflrv i ' ' ' ' -'. ' ! Hill s Tennis Roy Moody Downs 5 White Champion Texas Conference Same TeatnLoscs ToT.C.U. Friday By .Score of 2 To ' 4; Wjta in' Second Division . Singles and-Doubles Coach Hill's tcnnla squad after los- ing an engagement with C. U. Fri- day returned by way of Waxahachlo and defeated tho Trinity team by a Rrnrn nt four in two. s Roy Moody ranking playor for tho Wildcats turned in tho best attain- ment of tho laj when he defeated John White 1030 Texas conferenco . champion. Tho victory camo in straight sets. Ho then paired with Jim Cullar in doubles to dofcat tho Tigers' first doubles team comprised of Hardy and White. Andy Mooro defeated Hawes after an extended match of thrco Bots. Tho ..final score was 0-3 8-0 0-4. Mooro ' and Latham paired in second doubles to score a v...

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