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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 April 1931

II nDR 2 i .v 1 1 . '. 'v !; . 91 i A v I r i m m m n m n m 1 1 m SOCIETY E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Nelson Entertains Book Honoring Mrs. Mrs. Bello Tittle nunt of Pat Ma- lono Instructor of piano in Abllcno Christian Collcgo was honor guest at tho tea given by Elizabeth Nelson for tho Book Club Wednesday after- noon. In addition to Mrs. Tittle of Memphis Tcnn. who is visiting friends in Abilene another out-of-Btato guest was Mrs. G. C. Brewer also of Memphis Tcnn. who is visit- ing her daughter here. Tho tea was held in the parlors of tho girls' dormitory which were deco- rated for tho occasion. After an cnjoyablo afternoon re- freshments wero served by Misses Louiso Nelson and Erma Calfce. Tho plato consisted of two sorts of sand- wiches delicious fruit salad pickles mints strawberry pie tea and cof- fee. Tho guests and Book Club members served included the Misses Watson Walker Birchltt L. Arledge G. Ar- lcdgc Malonc E. Baxter Hutchinson Rambo Hale and N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 April 1931

v "'"" " "' '. FkESBMAN CLASS EDITION ' '''ffSKBk l'V fat Win T. I. P. A. Trdphies . t 8MT"IIt yrl:Il II I I Zlll ' To Placein New Case ..SJjI Z J- 'iig .- ''' Vol. 18 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AIHLENE TEXAS AI'RIL 30 1931 i No. 30 ' r .JoK b ft' rv Press Club Sends Four Journalists To T.I. P. A. Meet Page Banovsky Etter Hicks Leave Today For Nacogdoches To Attend Banquet Contest Results Announced At Annual Affair On Friday Night- Four delegates representing both collego publications tjio Optimist and Prickly Pcnr accompanied Jjy Hor- ace and Gladys Arledgo left this morning to attend tho annual meeting of the Texas Intcrcolleglnto Press As- sociation which convenes at Stephen F. Austin Collego lit Nacogdoches this year. Cordelia Page Wado Ban- owsky A. C Etter and Olan' Hicks composo thei party of delegates. Tho. representatives will attend tho lectures and meetings and on Friday night will be present at tho annnal banquet at which tho contest awards wil be niado by tho judges. Thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 April 1931

"jrjn- YOUNG MEN'S MEETING"' ? Preaching the Word 1 .14 v V Si 4 .. mI i y i i i i 1 Publlahed Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year i . H-BO Addreia all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas lntcr-Collegiatc Press Association. LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business Manager Gornctt Wilks .. Associate Editor F.lwvn npflirlirlc '. News Editor Olnn Hicka Wade Banowsky Jesse Coff man Entered as second class matter Juno Texas under tho Act FRESHMAN Cozetfo McDanlel.- Van Jones Graco Littlcficld Woodio Holden : Reporters: Edwin Lamb Zelma Bledsoe Typists: Aaron Fry Slmms Johnson. CONGRATULATIONS Track teams may come and track teams may go but the Optimist can not see a group of track men who have done what the boys who have just returned from tho Kansas and Drake relays have done without congratu- lating them on tho victories they have won and tho fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 April 1931

wSiiiMNIMl .k J 'BE3l?f' "Jrvjftv .tfll WIfv W? WMmxnf&mmmswMA I .W7r.J-yHfl Hint-? " KpB10Bl (Ft i'1- ifi'-iij' : ;. " '- v$ raw m .v' ' '..'$L S. -!. " i ir.fl? W.-n- A; Christian Medley Runners Take First Defeat la Two Years When Wichita Relay Team Hangs Up New Meet Record -.Manning Great; Distance Star l-Mr" fll-'KoMana Sfknnl U .. o Half in Time of 1:55 To Beat Gray Saturday April 25 tho Cats realized one dream and had another one turn into n nightmare. Tho two milo team of Elmer Gray Josa Wood John Sim- mons and Bill Weems set a new rec- ord at tho Drake relay games in Dcs Moines Iowa. Tho four named clip- ped nearly two seconds from the old mark of tho Haskell Indians estab- lished in 1027. The Wildcats covered the two miles In 7:57.5. Tho Cats lost tho medley milo for tho -first timo in two years and the first for tho relay team this season. Harrold Manning tho N. C. A. A. . champion two milo runner was re- sponsible for tho defeat of the Cats. Wildcats Record Falls Coac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 April 1931

?s v Home Economics Bftriqtiet Held Tuesday at pi 1 1 m ii'irimiiiiiirii nn SOCIETY ... Citiimimititiimiitiiiiiiimtiiiiitimitlilii' -ilCo-Jd-Kai Members Feted By Sponsor At Original Dinner I'ho Ko Jo Kai woro entertained with a very unique- and Aolightful Jftpaneso dinner Saturday night April 28 at tho homo of Margaret Bishop sponsor of tho club. Having spent Bovoral- years In Japan with her moth- er Miss Bishop was peculiarly able to plan a dinner completely and truly Jnponosd. At a table attractively lighted by tall silver candlesticks grouped around a beautiful bowl of spring flowers tho folowlng typical menu of Japancso food was served: Rico skiyakl or a Japnneso stow con- taining bamboo root and meat pickles crackers salad tea without sugar or lomon as is 'tho Japanese custom and rico cakes. Covers woro laid for: Martha Miller Lola Mao Bantley Dor- ris Scott Norma Keeler Zelma Blcd- boo Nettio Leo Meeker Evabel Vaughan Grace Littlcfield tMarlo Watson Mildred Cooper Norveno Cram...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 May 1931

V'wSSi j. """" 1'-11-li-lx"L"1 "'''" i"""ft'1'""1"'1 i- '' i "!' ' i i llllnnil nifl"lliiiiiii'rwrii r.n'lr.i. .ii'l'm i . .mil ugh . i ... i i ... .... m. .... .... ---.t- . -t ..i . . Weemsmen Favored to ft i - .riA. a - . MBrvnrr mi i .hi i.jm . t jv m i if i v . t fiBKr. Track Edition v----.V. 1-1 J IT HF E L II 1 111.1 Iftlt Im4$c- : 5 'HSfefcw yl 18 AtffLENE CIiniSTIAN COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS MAY 7 1931 No. 31 i'M'h ' ' - u- i : '-J. - L2 10 1": Melpomean Players Will Present "Seven Keys To Baldpate" Friday Evening In Sewell Auditorium As Term Production iop vnampionsnip nor Fourth Time Tuesday Wildcats Arc Expecting Strong Battle With North Texas Eagles For Meet Honors at Denton; Many Records Due To Fall If Weather Favors WlLfevi Gentry And :; Evelyn Curtis to Have Lead Roles t-Zelma Bledsoe and Jennie Jor $' Bentley Also Have . f Strong Parts & . Curtain -Up At Eight f . . x arv. -. . . INTENSELY 1NTJSUJSS1IU NiA-'-'IS q .-". ... fewH- DRAMA TnitOUGHOUT" STATES DIKECTOU f ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 May 1931

; A.A4J ftMr'r W" : i t. S" V -W ' kJ..! Ml. 'i&jfiwi f'. J rfi 'T Pablkbed Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. r 'i . rf 4- Upumist Uihce V Sabacriptlon Per Year L' f Adarws all CorreiDondence and 1 -" THE OPTIMIST Members of Tesai LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business Manager Garnctt Wilks..................... ........... .Associate Editor Elwyn Bcdichek. News Editor Ulan Hicks Wade Banowsky Josso Coffman Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1029 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1012. Features- Society Sports- Copyreador- Assistants: Bernard Helton iVrgil Bernard Edwin Lamb Hcrschel North Fred Harlan Evelyn Arceneaux. WHO ARE WE GOING TO ELECT? The timo is fast approaching when student officers who are to repre- sent Abilene Christian College for next year will he elected. Students who arc truly loyal to the Purple and White should rcalizo that these officers will represent the best that is in the entire student body a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 May 1931

U j j - .' - J lj0r uutomte''40& Mrm mrrr ttt r-Mi stitt ar-m - i n w - - . - w fc lr5l!!fe2S'tiifc( 7 iv - c - t ; - .?-. c .--v- -.. -- i ! ppELINE' TRACKMEN CAPTURE ii n ZMBK THE OPTIMIST GREAT PLAINS MEET HANDILY ' Gutscore Central Oklahoma 55 1-2 TO 401-6 Points Sat ' ! : wvih V-. -.' W JKJl 1 LT' t iWJXL ' . tf E?. t IT? .AS- Soggy Track Protects Most Records As Locals Take Nine Firsts Including Two Relay Events V Though ft wet soggy track protected 1 tlio meet records Coach Eddie- Weems' Wildcat dashed awav to a win in the -fe'V latter part of tho. Great Plains track " ".j. meet at Canyon Saturday nieht. Six . teams bowed to tho Abllcnians tho powerful Central Teachers of Okla- ffiK '"noma being tho last to succumb. The. . jk. -..-.-. "V--final scbro of tho Wildcats wns 55 1-2 JJUIJ119 XI1U AUIIIIUI-UJJ 14JUK ViU ( .' It was the first night meet in West . " m t.t a ''iL.-g. aoxbs ana proveu a Dig success. " ; ifer-' '' Tho Woomsmen won. only ono tro- tPWfr'i' .Pl as no ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 May 1931

'1 '&" THE OPTIMIST - - ir .t" T.i lit! ... -.' . bb...- dJ.UCM... A... . V' -ti:iA-' W1 'if .I i. s 'I n ft '4 .' 1' 2 : Aiinual Academy Junior-Senior Banquet Held Monday Night riiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiij SOCIETY kM 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n m i i 1 1 1 n i ti i n 1 1 rt 1 1 n 1 1 1 M in H t n 1 1 lTl Pre-Medical Students Attend Baylor Banquet .Pro-medical students of Abilene Christian College Simmons Univers- ity and McMurry Collego were special guests at a banquet May 5 at tho Hotol Wooten. Hosts for tho banquet wjro tho former students and alumni of. Baylor University. An interesting and varied program including reminiscences of tho uni- versity and several musical numbers was give. Judge It. C. Crano of Sweetwater was tho chief speaker of tho evening. Doctors and dentists from over tho city addressed special speeches to tho pre-mcdlcal students Students from the Abileno Christian Collego pre-medlcal department at- tending were: James Cullar James Chambers Mild...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1931

No. 32 Six Records Tumble As'Coach Weems Track Stars Take Twentieth T.I A. A. Meet ii inn hi mi in i i - - ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AUILENE TEXAS MAY 14 1931 rj my M ;" 1:' . w . P l f ll' '-- -. - College Fine Arts Program Scheduled For Tuesday Night m Pupils of Four Departments And A.C.C. Music Clubs To Give 22 Numbers 13 Pupils On Program TO START AT EIGHT O'CLOCK IN SEWELL AUDITORIUM ON MAY 19 Tho students of tho FlnS Arte De- partment of Abilene Christian Col- lego will be presented in recital on Tuesday May 19 1931 at 8 o'clock in Sewell Auditorium in tho follow- ing program: Ptano: ( (a) Tho Wind Maxwell Eckstein (b) Indian Dance In Tho Twilight Edwin Mclntyro Dorothy Martin (a) Tho Blacksmth.tCcdrlc Lcmont (b)A Holiday At'Tho Beach ilbro Alice Arlcno. Morgan Readings: Betwcon Two Loves. -Daly Mjaurino McKinzlo To A Dyspeptic. -Daly Dorothy Martin Mud Pics . Thomas Maurino McKinzie Amateur Movio . Atkins Dorolhy Martin Piano: Menu'et Ruth Reeso .Padercwski Country Gardens . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1931

$j&L!f(imift Published Weekly by the Student of Abilene Christian College. "Optimist Office Sowcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year . ' Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Teocas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. LEON Editor - A. C. Business Gnrnett Wilks Elwyn BedicheL......T. - Olan Hicks..." Wade Banowsky Jesso Coffman Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1912. ACADEMY EDITION STAFF: Editor -i. C. D. Knight Assistant Editor. Ruth Reese Reporters Pauline Owen Dorothy Fnyo King Marjorie Adrian W. A. Mencfec. Typists Ruth Reese Mary Vance Kcncaster Vergil Bernard J. M. Baker. Faculty Sponsor Trentio Birchitt. i i .I! . ARE YOU GUILTY? Thcro arc many many tilings on our campus that wc could improve greatly witli little effort but there is one certain thing that we should not have to be forced to improve. Abilene Christian College has a student ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1931

:iflFBBPMfflliyiPlWWii iBr?'rgl -"-ir i' "vJJ W .t;-"f r C-i .' :vrvi - L tlsKS $4 tap' sx 1 ; 'S. . " a i " . V ie . 4 T' X ..t.Icad. f". -.- iw f s a- St' '' int. 1 -3- iM $& Pass Tracft Meet Scheduled For Friday Afternoon With Juniors Looming As Winners jjioupnumures nna rresumcn w& To Press tumors Sorelv With Many Outstanding Stars To Compete A The annum inter-clasn track ana ..i.l.l . Ill l. 1.-1.1 nu... ... iiciu meet win uo nciu i'riuuy amy .- and hero wo exnoct to sen some ;.$- 'new .nrosnects for UitT 1032 Wildcat Ya. track team nnd some real competition. -. . Tho eligibility Hat will Includo nny--3 ono who wishes to compote with tho ? 'exception of letter men and those who MWt.nvn lipfitl mnlfinir rntTllln vnralkv y trips. Tho Juniors nro slightly favored to lead in points but it is probable that .cither tho Sophomores or Freshmen might slip a surprise. There will be . &'' ' somo strong competition furnished by v Ik v it.- ci 1 1 XI 1.1 11 . I uiu oeiwuiB in in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1931

si ' -gaWMWMWMMMMMiiMW f ' W'J ;: '; THE OPTIMIST irg. - . . KWW''TeTOP 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11IIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIII) ' "T ? M" i SOCIETY j Ifiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii; Announcement Made - Of Inez Armstrong's Marriage On May 16 Announcement has been received of the. approaching marriage of Miss Inez Armstrong to Mr. Lynn Eddins on Mny 16 1031 at Pecos Texas to bo performed at tho homo of Thomas H. Barr who will perform tho ceremony. After a trip to El Paso and places through New Mexico tho couple will visit in Ablleno before returning to their now homo in Pecoa. Miss Armstrong spent two years in tho Academy hero and four years in Abilene Christian College graduating with honors with tho class of August 1030. Sho was a member of tho Homo Economics Club and tho W. Club honor organization for women. She has taught school two years and is now teaching in Kermit Texas Mr Eddins was reared in Pecos and is a member of a prominent family of ranch holders. Mr. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1931

"l?fWW5lf:f":l V11- V. r " " -''t"--.. Cong rattil:HMM Chambers . Congratulations New Officers Uphold the Trust That the Students Gave You and Clay on A. C. C.'s . Best Prickly Peat .tf." f&'Vo. 18 ABILENE CHRISTIAN" COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAB MAX 21 1931 No. 33 CLOVIS WATSON ELECTED PRESIDENT-BY OVERWHELMING MAJORITY piLiilittttM " i iSk( !'' t puk mi .4h ' i- j'.'i. sv i. kJK ?-. m" && iiy E.V.- ow j 3fer - 3v5 ' TRUSTEES RECEIVE DEDICATION OF 1931 COLLEGE YEAR-BOOK Ts-- V' Jqmca Chambers and Comer Clay Present Prickly Pears in j$P' Chapel Monday? Arledgc Speaks for Trustees JTo tho men who hnvp bo carefully planned unselfishly Bacrified and tirelessly worked for tho success of our? school -to thartrusteesof Ablleno Christian College wo dcdlcato this volumo of tho Prickly Pear." Thus reads tho dedication of the twenty-fifth anniversary edition of tho college annual tho Prickjy Pear year 1031 which was presented and dedicated by staff members In chapel Monday morning May 18....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1931

.y:;-. - . Vi TWE OTTIAWT I'S ."SUK. v: ir"' ' f-' .- - i .' t. -. - v 4 . - . :. ' ' S;'- 'r ' P fc '' i&L' v k' '- 7 A i .'i. In i.y I 1 1 v junrjqiunnii - ".; w r All imM OrsJ"B Psbllabtd Weekly by tha BtedtnU erf Ablloae Christian College. Ontimiftt Offirp. Scwnll Aiiflitnrinm C.k.44l.- n v.. CTWiyMMB) tor Mf Address all Correspondence aud make all Money Orders Payable to XttJU Ufl'lMXHX AJJJXiJSNE TEXAS. Members of Teems lntar-Collegito Press Association. $1.50 LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief . A. C. ETTEU Business Manager Garnett Wilks 1 1 Associate Editor Elwyn Bcdichek...... ; ..: ...... ............ .News Editor Olan HicksM........... ......................:..........Assistant Editor Wade Banowsky Assistant Manager Jesso Coffman Fine Arts- Features Columnist. Sports. Society- Copy Reader. Assistants: Bernard. Helton Edwin Lamb Fred Harlan Collection Manager -Lucille Adrian Everett Maxwell Goober Keyes i .Logan Buchanan Grace iLttlofiold .Cozctto McDaniel Entered as second c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1931

' JVi iC T" fj V a:"i'''.'P!" ri s && !;. m (A & v .' Vi .iQ '& '"k ' - r- TUE-OPTIMIST fjeThm ift' LA ' M NonrLetter Men Declared Eligible For Inter - Class Track Meet Saturday 0$1 Football Prospects Look Favorable toA.C.C. Wildcats $$lack Wortham h Hill and Moyers m Not To Be Back i. &s XL 1.931 Eleven Will Be Built . From Boys Now Enrolled EuCollege; Freshmen Are Ineligible . " !$ '''vfjaer- ' '' A -WML 1 . Mk: By Goober Kcycs lb won't b'o long until tho thud of f this punted pigskin will again resound '."oyer tho playing fields-of thousands '- of gridirons. Players will mako sen- J8ri '- tlonal P'nys U ver tho nation' 'll' ' 'Karnes will bo won and lout nlit rhnm. i";?' r m 1. j rM '.' ... '.. "t .i"u wu ku uuwn wiiuo new onea win fv rise to tho coveted position of its con- 3-j.' iurence ino year is tno WJlucats' g ; year auer Doing dogged by tho olo Jr 'dame Hard Luck for two long BCa- L J 'tlnrtll nf thflti rnrnnv TTTfc . .f ' . . . J i-resnman stars aro th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1931

j4- 1 1 I's-'V " KoJorKai Trojan Clubs Entertain With AnnuaiiBanqueJts Ko-Jo-Kai Club Has Annual f f air Friday At the Wooten Hotel JAPANESE MOTIF USED IN DECORATIONS AND PROGRAM Tho annual banquet of tho Ko Jo Kai girl's social club' of tho college was held Friday evening May 15 at tho Wooten hotel. A Japaneso inotlf was carried out in all tho decoration monu and program arrangements. Miniature Japanese girls holding par- asols marked tho places for mem bers and guests and tho nttractlvo centerpicco was a Japaneso garden scene. Tho lighting was from tapers in JupancEo lanterns and small col ored lanterns wcro also used for nut cups. Scrpcntino and confetti added to tho color o'f tho scene. Martha Miller president of tho Ko Jo Kai was toastmaster for tho occa- sion. Miss Margaret Bishop sponspr of tho club gave an interesting talk on Japan as tho first feature. Miss. Bishop spent the first ten years of her life in Japan. Ncttio Leo Meeker gavo a vocal solo and Evabel Vaughan gave tw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1931

r -. . "V? &? ' "f . T Vol. 18 ta. . ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS MAY 28 1931 "UP - No 84.; COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM JUNE 8 CLOSES 25TH YEAR yn f 1-4- fc '' M B rff " t fc Jt'Jv . K 1 r ' t 1 f Dv rf VaUI '$fl' c . ' i IS: z- ' - ; ft . . - 'W. ". 4- rjF' p- 66 1 ut Farm" Will SOPHOMORE EDITION Junior Edition is Second; Freshman ' Issue Takes Third .Everett Maxwell Is Editor of Winning Editi6nj To ' Get Award Tho sophomore class edition of tho ..Optimist' published AprlflO and edited by Everett Maxwell has' been awarded first place in tho annual class edition contest. Tho junior edition of April 0 with Olan Hicks as editor placed sec ond whilo tho -freshman issuo on April 30 edited .by Cozctto MlcDanlel took third ploco honors. This decision was announced by tho judges Frank Grimes editor of tho Reporter-News and Joscphino Hoav- enhill city editor "of the samo paper ' " Wednesday ' afternoon. Tho winning editor wiirbc. presented with tho class - '.Jhowspaper contest cup o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1931

MV im gg at zai yla if. W'r J W. . . V. r . . --Ji i SuU. -... i.nHf1tnl'tMlliW.iifitVl?rl1tf g r Tmt mmtmtik isaias? wi !& Published Weekly by Je 8tadtnta Optimist Office Sowell Auditorium Subscription Per Year - Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Jntcr-Collegriata Press Association. LEON CARTER Editor-in-Chief A. C. ETTER Business "Manager GamettWilks.... Elwyn Bcdichek... Olan Hicks Wado Bnnowsky Jesse Coffman Fino Arts- Features Columnist- Sports- Society- Copy Reader- Assistants : Bernard Helton Edwin Entered as second class matter June 28 1025 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1912. "ALL HATH In tills issue the Inst of the school session of 1930-31 the Optimist staff wants to take tins opportunity to express to its clientele its gratitude for tlie excellent cooperation during the school term now coming to a close. Wo have tried to the best of our ability to present the new...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1931

IT " ' ' "A. -. If a. ; . tt? LJ? .? rrCu iW Itf t 9 vf t t Vf Wildcat TrackJrjo To Depart For Chicago First Of Next Week hi J Jimmy Lawrence Elmer Gray and Jesse gV Wood Are Making Trip to NationalMeet With Loach Weems; Slated 'June 5 andti fc .. 'Favored with the liesl nrcxmnof ' 2 -k I . . i. i. 7 V '. speca acmon or thtf 1031 Wildcat track team will take the long trip '. " to 'Chicago the tlrst part of next week to enter tho tenth annual National -Collegiate Athletic Association track and field meet to be held a Soldiers - Field on Juho-B and 6. Co-Captatn Elmer "Bulldog" Grny and Jcaao Wood. middle dlfltance runners and Jimmy Lawrence pw hurdler along with Track " Coach Eddie Wccms will leave Tuesday or Wednesday by train. ". This will bo the third year that Coach Wccma has taken Wildcat track Btarg to tho big meet and ho la counting on these thrccto make tho best showing yet for Abilcno Christian col. ' lege. Ho oxpects all thrco of tho trucksters to win tho right to enter the...

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