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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1931

i '&? x ."! - v- i' c . -fe&M .-?. K nr&i -?-; '' IMI5T i1 r 'r '.'. 'MW rc jw . . jSfbcial Clubs' Annual Banquets Continue to Feature College Social Calendar iT. 'Morris and Hill Are :peakers At Sub T-16 'Banque fSaturday Eve. SUB T'S CHOOSE A. C. ETTER '-'' AS 1931'32 SKIPPER HELTON NEW GOD miiiiiMjniiui'iuiiiu'uiiiiiiiriiiiiiniiiiiiiiij SOCIETY Ct rt t H 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 m 1 1 i't 1 1 i i f 1 1 t ifl W Glub Members Making Plans For Annual Banquet To Be Held At Hilton On Jme 5th .The Sub T-10 boys' social club of 'Abilene Christian College climaxed its season's activities with its annual banquet at the- Woo ten Hotel Satur- - lay: evening. At the- meeting A. C. Etter of Child- ress was elected skipper of the club to succeed Jeronio Kccsa of Abilene "who has served durbar tho past year. ".' ?A shin motif was carried out iri all of ike decorations. A quaint but beau tifully hand carved sail boat' was used as a' centerpiece. Mlnlaturo su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 September 1931

W- . Vm 'I- -" V AbUcne Christian Welcome Freshmen Freshmen Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SEPT. 17 1931 No. 1 'jteiifirjHWBBffiBBBo Jft. ffiffWBrtfrryrr'S 7 wiffjBBBrlliJatfwZj&MBj T i i.i i ' 1 i" f' jfc Jui-ft MjBPSBBHnilHLiE. TRyh3aoMJiBiWy'iB "7 v . -7 - VV JiwCJOIYlJi GUI 1 1U1N Welcome miivWsk- mrWtltm llWiMP )) ( II I (' I I l4vl VJWI I IT WK 111 I KI1L E 2JLJL riT 4- 8 JT- H "COLLEGE NIGHT' PROGRAM TONIGHT 7:45 H- H- H- H- H- H- ABILENE C. Hello slime.! Upporclussmcn Included. Just wunt to intro- duce the most famous chnruc- ter on the campus to you my nolf Hal Hoots commonly known ns the Owl. I really am an unwelcomo visitor hero; con (identinlly I'roy gave 1110 nn invitation to stay uwny hut I promised the students last year I'd ho back and I huted to dis- appoint them so here 1 urn all rearing to go. o My private and sole business is to unearth all the scandal pry Into all the .secret love af lairs and to embarrass every- body I possibly can. If your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 September 1931

NE f1? t wv. I ! III Willi ...... h tPage'Two . . B'iii5& V. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. v j ' ' i i i in i - ii t i i Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium ? Subscription Per Year. 81.50 jr"'" Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to ! ! THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Col OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell NEWS Sports Society News Editorials Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WELCOME FKLSHMElN. Nice things have always been said about new students when they enter college lhcse tilings are always trite; sometimes lalse ana sometimes iney are as true as tliey are trite rlowcver that may be we are really proud of the outlooK this year for we are sure thai our trshman group will be one ol the hnest ever to have entered the school. We realize that extravagant statements are about the cheapest kind of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 September 1931

mt MM mmmatmmmMNm i '&" THE OPTIMIST .... i M"""" M""-" .. ... i il Mill IIIIHIIIIIIMUMlWaM J -.l if iW - i.t (?. WILDCAT L 'Twenty Two Squadmen Of Coach A. B. By GOOBER KEYES I rend where our bitter livnl from llrovvnwood--tho Hill Mil lies nro picked lor the T. I. A. A. ' Championship. 1 hate tn dis- agree with bettor unci more ex- perienced men lull yon know me j I am for these Kittens. Will they win? 1 can't swear hy it hut it is my helicf. V The Hill Hillios have 70 men ' out for the team this fall hut as you know only 11 ran pluy nt 'one time. ' . o 7 Our first gome with the Plnvv- Jicy.s October 2 will he a grudge 'nffnir. Last your for the first timo in the history of both ' .schools the Wildcats heat tjicni at Steplienville. We're going hack to definitely prove the data from last year's squad. The Plovvhoys have more than TO out this year. Our friends and hitler rivals at times over on the south side 'are hotter than ever hefore. Good! Well 1 guess they have always Wen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 September 1931

Pago Four ianftiii- -- """ Kryw t r'-'il i mi wliiwitMilIUMgtilitiwiii'Oiwiiiiiyit;wwM THE OPTIMIST 0 ftH Faculty 'Host f New Students Monday Nite r. SIGHTSEEING FOR "FROSH" TUESDAY Social functions of tlio fall term Logan at Ablleno Christian College Monday night when Iho members of the faculty were hosts to one hundred forty freshman and new .students. Mary Etta Roach .summer graduate of the Academy and now a freshman in the college played several classical num- bers as tho guests arrived. This music was followed by a pro- gram of classical music by the Burford Trio. The program follows: Piano .solo: "Butterfly" by Grieg. Piano solo: "Waltz in A Flat" Brahms played by Leonard Burford. Volco: "Fiddle and I." Good- dine Leonard Burford. Mabel Burford at the piano and Jack Burford on tho violin. Dean Cox gave "ids readings" that arc counted among the oldest traditions of the students of A. C. C. They are: "How Itcubon Played tho Pi- ano" and "Sam's Letter." Following the dean's enter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1931

HEnMPMRMRHnMRMHSMKI '.. rnSTvT' :J.W"i "i 5M J : '"'" J (.MWI .' Watch Those Wildcats At Tarlcton October 2 Twelfth Man How About A Pep Rally? n ft Vol. 19 AIHLENE CHKISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SEPT. 24 1931 NO. 2 MttraiMIMNIMMMHMaMMiM jml ""!' rf MtmmR . i T " jar' 'i; ' .- is' IHiBBBGSvQt '4R ' VA..w Jl " Tjp 't V ' WWP'TO" .JJ.. .iVuiiiJOl.JSwiv V'Uj. - ' .' va-jAh-. ... . 4 'n WiMuAJ JMBWVr'rr-'-'' nm ? - j. ' ww"iil k r i. ' MUtf tf ) IthlHIl r r r- w 4 Cox In Charge Wildcat Band With Score Players Practicing 5 Days Weekly1 f" W W w wL N" " " B Who nni I? Just try to find out nnrt I'll tlojr your footsteps until r unearth tlio most ghastly cantlal on you possible. So be ware! o I Truth is sliungor than fiction. Head below: "l'o found my ideal" exclaim- ed a fre.slnnnn girl to a group ot others last vwok. "He's the nir est dressed boy I've seen aiouud here. He is tall blink beaded lms pcurly white teeth -oh he's Just good-looking. Ho looks real intelligent for a freshman and i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1931

rnnimt tvumtitr iwawwuy itmm iw w WWti0M mtwin -4 the OPTIMIST UjU Hj KHm.fL .. i tTSBPUjAt. . .O- . ..- - .! iLA .- ! VpnrTA Two . HhyfoikriinitifciV - i : . . . ' o --D- wsM.'Hrs9VVHmnvnaMiWMMiii K$ " ' iTTHh i iii iJ 'n ' 1 ih r .s. If V v : s !l 'ISli I " . Published Weekly liy the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence and mukc all Money Orders Payable to Till: OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texus Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS" Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxw ell Assistant Editor NEWS STAFF ' Sports .....Goober Keyes Society Grace Littlcfield News Paralec Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Entered as second cluss matter June 28 1929. at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas-under Act of August 24 1912. WHAT ABOUT 7:30 P. M.? To those that seem to have President Baxter we want to say: Seven thirtv n. m. o'clock is It is a rule of the college that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1931

V liHKl v-.. IMH H. 1 nfc ' i CM 0' 'it ' & t . w f 4. - " - ' 7 " -. v I By GOOBER KEYES What A. C. C. has lucked In the past season or so in present now. That thlim Is offense. In a scrimmage against the Sllnios last week ('.hooves and Holand showed that a season's lay off did not Interfere with their still being foothall players Deluxe. If nnylhhig hoth are better than heforo. o -Speaking of slime teams tho rest of the T. I. A. A. school frosh teams will liae to he hetter than good to equal our own. They have a keen and competitive spjrit don't mind the work and tlfey are for A. C. C. Oku. o McMurry had hard Juek tho other night when they lost a heart-rending game to the Pir- ates at Georgetown. May thoy haVe success in nil tho rest of tlleir encounters with the excep- tion of Oct. 8 then well may Jho best team win. o John Tnrleton our opponents for ntxt Friday are considered strnnger than cvorvhof(iro. They havotsome of the bo-it stars fiom last ytnr's Oil Holt teams. They p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1931

'" f i It' 1 A v i i g "w f I I jap- rg xuui yiilWI lllWMjIMl Will .. ;uU. VTOB.' LAMA I.AII .TEHMMHMHHlu.-bljl '. . . 1 . ilflSmM&mta&ihMiiiitMismsssi SOCIETY 11 BJH-Tflilf' "MT Cufc .ffbs To New Girls At Seated Tea Wednesday Eve Couched in tln red and white colors of the Chili tlu main par- lor of the Bills dormitory was the scene of the annual reception given approximately one hund- red of the new girls of the col- lege by the "V" Club yesterday afternoon at four o'clock. After a short welcome by Mel- ba IluHicrford dub president in which she explained the purpose of the organization a short pro- gram was given: Violin selec- tion by Elizabeth Maxtor; Talk by Mrs. Uatsell Ilaxter "Why You Came to A. C. C"; Piano so- lo by Mabel Hurford; talk by Miss Elizabeth Nelson "Life's Finger Prints" and a group of songs by Mrs. Walter Adams. Following the program was held a social hour during which n dainty plate lunch consisting of meat salad on lettuce leaf bread and butter sandwi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 October 1931

.Ut.'aniilMu jjj2gujgU n-wwfopn 11 mill mi i iimimii 11 ii.iiMMjijiiiliiiiiilli mMWfip liyiiiyylt)ijrinnkt:gvatont x L' Tell The Wildcats That You Arc Behind Them Wildcats We Want Plenty Touchdowns Tomorrow V-. Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCT. 1 1931. No. 3 WILDCATS SCAMPER TO STEPHENVILLE FRIDAY MORNING V '"'Ask v..i;:..4lyJ nMHKHt 4OT 'W !l '' "" r& .r - ; r. -j . ' J i : fii Uliti fKntlttttralT ;1 m 1w!-rLl t $ f. r v.' V t I hear thnt some of the girls decided that thoy like cnmpiiM life so well thnt they nro going to spend the remainder of the week entirely within its bounda- ries. It seems that thcro was a slight misunderstanding with Miss Nelson in regard to the use of coat-hangers brooms etc. on freehmon. o Is variety tho spice of life? Ask Recce Owens. And by the way his dato Sunday night was tho same one who tried to buy an Optimist from the business man agcr ns ho was giving them out inursuay evening. o Imagine .J W. Owens' embar- rassment when com...

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

.hUJ. Hiii- iii in ii.iii urn niiriiiiMiMWtiiwiniimniiiliMiplininiiiminiiliitimin x V JMvmdtH .. Mlfc! I i V;: i. frffe OPTIMIST - SaBPr - Biilitiniiiii'ii'iiMf-' 1 UK ' f . . l a -a 5! V I Sf ? i y 1 1 V' Rage Two in t lUipJPJJli Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Subscription Per Year. Address nil Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell Virgil Bernard NEWS Jports Goober Kcycs Society Grace Littlcficld News Paralee Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Reporters: Cozettc McDaniel Evelina Slctcr Woodie Holdcn C. W. Cecil. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. INVISIBLE BARRIERS One of the great barriers in Abilene Christian College today is the feeling that exists between the dormitory and the town students. There has always been a sligh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 October 1931

WTmWFW prwi mv !MiitoMiiijmti' NVufr THE OPTIMIST v.iruizl A BKQilllCQ. . if" i j WHU&tl t 4 'iflmTfr ft ' ' Vffl'' . ' :') fj mi i ml m I r - n"' i-w V a :. Vf vv J r " . i lf $' m By GOOBER KEYES Tccli took Canyon for a mop- ping Inst week. Whether Tech Is extra good or Canyon extra weak l n matter o( choice for the grldfron fans. o Pop. o Cobb is showing more In foot- hall than cvor before. When ono says that ho Is emptying a mouth full. Cobb should he one of the conferences best this season. o McMurry NoxL "Ox" Burton Is Improving rap- Idly In n football wuy. II should bo good before the season passes it's infancy. o School Spirit. o The frosh team has several men that are better than good. Holmes of New Mexico Mosior of Ranger Ezzcll of Cisco Cole of Bolton Campbell of Dallas- are a few of the Wildcats of to- morrow. o Aro You Ready? 1 Coach Weems has a Inrge rquad out for Cross Country now. Remember his squad won the conference last year and who knows but that It will happ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 October 1931

lW Vv II I f 1 S ! I! r ' 1 W' Pagft Fouf i" SBaWHBHHHHBBBHHEBBEi SOC1ETU gAna-mwmrawrmm. Society Slows Down As Campus Clubs Complete Term Pledges With tho larger part of tho rush affairs over for the begin- ning of tho fall social season so- ciety on tho hill top and among tho town students is gradually slowing down. Plans arc under way for a rush party to ho given by the Lucky 13 girl's social club in town and nlso for a class af- fair to be given by tho Sopho- more class in tho near future. The GATA and Ko Jo Kai social clubs for girls living in tho dormitory and also in town arc at present busy with plcdgo meetings and plans of a moro business liko nature but within tho next few days an- nouncements for coming social events will bo ready. Tho Sub-T-10 have started their annual custom again by serenad- ing! ho co-eds of Zcllncr Hall Tuesday night and they an- nounce that initiation ceremonies for the new pledges will be held soon. This week seems to have been a comparatively quie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 October 1931

mvm awwMwwwswwiKf . r A.C.G. AND McMURRY CLASH TONIGHT AT ! w. Let's Have Those Indians Nipping The Dust Next Week Is The Tme To Make Your Pcture i Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCT. 8 1931 NO. 4 v .- WRnHWWi a ibwKlcHnlMMMQ ' t nHR4HttjKy :Q0f J. .V? b v . : $. V Vr' V w PICTURE TAKING FOR ANNUAL Photographer To Begin Work Monday Morning : On Prickly Pear Pictures Holiday Will Be Given Class Having Best Percentage Of Pictures Taken; Art Work And Book Plans Complete Plcturo making lor this yoar's Prickly Poar will be startod at 0 o'clock Monday morning Octobor 12 whan Mr. Trompottor local photograpbor sots up his apparatus on tho stage of Sowell Audi torlura and boglns taking pictures oi tho collago lroshmon. Clovis Watson managor announces that tho arrangements havo bon completed to glvo to tho class having tho highest per- contago oi pictures made a holiday. He also announces that tho photographer will bo horo one- - week and that arrangements have been mado to d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 October 1931

thT-vyitti)miiiit ttmtaiwi jMiMii .hmjow naraaMWMgiiniiimiwmiiiiiinni 4fo iHjtf:$" je. Pago Two Ilil THE OPTIMIST WW: I J' A ill t i1 I r i ': - 'ritiiwir ' V" Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. - Optimist Office .Suliscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. ' ' Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell J .'...Assistant Editor Virgil1 Bernard Assistant 'Business Manager NEWS STAFF Sports '. Shelburnc Bixlcr Kcycs Society .....Grace Littlcficld News .' Parolee Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abcrnathy Reporters: Cozettc McDaniel Evalinc Slater Woodic Holdcn C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. . V ' Entered as second class matter June 20 1929 at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. LETS HAVE A BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS Students of Abilene Christian College have you ever stoppe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 October 1931

tvmm MraH MWMmiwiHtitowiMtfd T&f ' THE OPTIMIST T n WILDCATS TRIM TARLETON 13-0 IN FIRST FRAY FRIDAY a WW -fl" "JM PAgtf Three" TH ': v .. J. 'i w St h Cdts Score Twq Markers Jo Rout Tarleton Boys u In First Game Of Season Jif" iQ- By GOOBER KEYES ' Tonight the question 1M "To he or not to bo." Iflcvon fight- ing Wildcats tire going to glvo 'their nil "TO BL" Eleven fight- ing Imliuns nro witliin the sumo reasoning. No mnttcr wlint imp- pens nmv tho best team win nnri curry on to n conference cham- pionship. o Win or lose lot's be gentlemen. It tnkes.n much better tpnm to win than lose. If the Wildcat lose it won't ho for tho lack or coaching or the lack of plays or of fight for the Cnts luivi' that so gang let's bo ready. o ' Although the touin looked rag ged in their Tarleton riiiiip thoy displayed a determination to win that will he a big help in the future. o Some think tho Wildcats aro crippled. The answer is "No." Some excellent players arc in rather bad shape but the Wild...

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

-9oH &iX1jyun)kJmtmriUmmmmBtM MHllimnumMiWWIIUW"MUW w ( ' Page Four THE OPTIMIST et TkBRVf w I I 'i ! i i i I 1 t V ? ft i CLUBS AND CLASSES FEATURE pwHwwmwnrawiWMMAMtiBB SOCIET.1 i linLlntnn Atul Otwrmitn To Fete Ko Jo Kais Saturday Miss Imogcno llohlnson niul Miss Annette Ovciinun will bo joint hostesses at a dinner Satur- day afternoon at r;l!0 o'eloek in the Hod room of the. Hilton Ho- tel (riven for the members and pledges of Ko Jo Kai. The club colors pink and green will be featured in the decoration scheme and tho favors and place cards will carry out the .Topancso motif which the club uses at all affairs. Guests will be seated at quartet tables. Members and pledges to be present are: Grace Littleficld Imogcne Robinson Annette Ov- erman Frances Itatliff Lura Bass Mary Elizabeth Watson Gwendolyn Walker Kdna Puck- ctt Lucile Watson Hoamund McCollum Miss Kliabeth Nelson dean of women and Miss Margar- et Bishop sponsor of tho club will be honor guests. "Everybody's Birthday" ...

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

--3C X - - I. 1 1 1 nil iiMiiiiMi iiwawiiMMrmrnnnnriirirriTTrTfi irf W"nn iTr'H"""'"''''"' f'"' nnrr jHBflBrlf;'tj ?mSi.I " ..' k . h$$ ft tiK w'f.y. -& W ' "" ' WWmmfm &:-'' Students Have You Forgot MMWd WSWtmM tW lr'' Where Is All The Pepper j m '- About The Game Tomorrow WOP-lFl Br 1 IIKILILMkMwA'XIIK- We're Supposed To Have? . M F'fc-L 1 lgl .SfcJ-AP- ' L . if ft . Vol. 19 " ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCT. 15 1931. """""""""" NO. $ ' i . T k 4 ' ' I u ft ft Negafive Wins On Sweater Question Tuesday Evening Arcencaux And Starnes Win Over Ritchie And McMullen AUDIENCE DECISION Prohibition Of Foreign Letters On Campus Is Question Members of the Gnvol Club heard the question as to whether foreign sweaters should he bar- red from the A. C. C. campus discussed Tuesday night when the first debate of the term was held. Stated formally the quest ion was: Itcsolved trat A.C.C. should pass a regulation prohibiting the "wearing of sweaters with foreign letters on the ca...

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

.TmfWWMM.iJuMMAw;1W1...l...l.. - --... irim-tinwww-lilnl I. ' imm. a.. v Av l- 1 '$ $ V a tT "- . V THE OPTIMIST -4 0i ' V7 HMHMMMMW. I i Iublishetl Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. rt .. . nrfi r It 1 It. Lt uuumist uuice sewcii nuuitonuni jjbscription Per Year ; 81.50 dress all Correspondence and muke all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texus Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS EditorIn Chief WADE UANOWSKY Business Manager formancc and disturb other peoplewot don't raise other people's estimate of you a bit. There is probably not one in the audience who will think more of you for it and a larce number will think less of you. To say it most charitably you are amply exposing. your ignorance. ' f So atudents when anything Is giVcn to us for our entertainment I and enjoyment let s at least be gentlemanly and ladylike enough to be polite whether we like the program or not for in so doing not reflect credit on Abilene Christi...

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

y UlWB -v. I: A fy P Wilddats Are - " For Inspired First T.I. Willi a alumina and power that stood out mid finally Ruin ed mo uouor 01 a nnru driving 'fu&plrod McMurry eleven tlio A. C C Wildcats started their cam- palgn for the 1031 T. I. A. A. rh'implonshlp liy a 111-7 victory j ot Parramboro Field Inst Thurs- . (lay night. i Cheoyes great liroken field run in the 'second quarter and Bur- ton's dash with a lateral pass of iftcMurryi's In itlic first period brought tho scores which won for Coach Morris' men a spectacular and hard fought football battle. McMurry exhibited the snmo sort of enthusiasm that the form- cY Indians of these plains used to gain a score in tho early part of tho contest. Coach II. M. Med- Joy's men used a powerful lino fllungo and fast fierce runs In the first minutes to ImrU tho Wild- cats up mid take advantage of "the breaks" to score the first touchdown. Fulkersnu the In dian captain made this score on wi one yard plunge and It. Green kicki-h nir mi- u...

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