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

V- tfff Sir'" 1 il tft X I kJJtufrMi irt -- -f ij - Page Four lOTimHiiiAwia BBHBBBBHillflllilllllUlll II IIMHI 1 1 1 lilll SOC1ETU fttmtimttaflHSBSireBB Society Has Off Week As Exams And Football Illuminate Activities With mid-term examinations and the coming game with Snl Ross tomorrow night occupying most of tlio attention of the stu- dents tills wcok society 1ms more or less of an off week. Picture making for the Prickly Pear is also going on and clubs and cluss members arc busy go- ing to and from Scwell Auditori- um. No special events aro scheduled for this week-end but the Suh-T-10 arc planning initiation cere- monies which may take place any time and the Ki oJ Kai will be entertained at the home of Koth- ryn Craig Saturday afternoon. The student recital held Wed- nesday afternoon in Pat a.Mlone's studio was attended by a large number of students from the Fine Arts department and more of these recitals will priliahly 1)0 giv- en before the Christmas holidays. o MRS. A. L. ROBE...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 October 1931

MMMMMWMi ....rtiiiM in I wiiMmnmimn mini mm ' """" i - 1 ..... i".) - a? r l" "Ml liWIMWWIint IWff HTllMllHrMl 5W. fSfif h( HOMECOMING r Welcoming You Back To The Dear Old Lair Exes - Vol. 19 AUILENE CHHISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCT. 22 1931 NO. 6 " ji' via i liiJPi wwfrTflr rfw'T ; 'w v T'i "j . .. '.". ft ' ' fl - y '- : " t - i ' f-i. a ilF- - : -1 M8lPf "illi llmr Elf I'M till it Wl I Students Help Make This ' M KJlrJKj II I Wr aMr KiJK' I I SI Hi H Z. Ml Ml ' The Greatest Homecoming ' c JfJ ls 4 ' w K'' .V to lr hk HOMECOMING WILDCATS MEET EAGLES FRIDAY NITE Wildcat Warriors Tackle N. T. Eagles Tomorrow Evening Denton Pedagogues Dop- ed to Win; Have Strong Gains to Credit. CATS OPTIMISTIC Lineup to Be Same as The Former Games Due to Few Accidents. Leaving ut 1 p. in. today for Denton Coach Morris' Wildcats will take on tlu North Texas j State Teachers' Collude Kngles there In a name tomorrow night. The results of the game ' will neither raise nor lower the Christian's standi...

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

-- nr;(r i " hi vrnniTMirrr-Hnrtmmnnittihfhlrnii IHM9IMi 'VfPage Two ' ' . THE OPTIMIST uiiuuiiinuiiiuiimiMwnMWMMM KM 8 ' I 1( r I 8; . 81 fl i tol "apaaftea Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell Virgil Bernard NEWS Sports .'. Society News Editorials Reporters: Cozctte McDanicl Evaliuc Slater Woodie Holden C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24' 1912. "OUT OF WEAKNESS WERE MADE STRONG" (I Feb. 11:34.) By John Fairs Nichols The most evident fact connected with the power of the gospel of the Son of God is its influence in the lives of people young and old whom it touches. The vicious and reprobate are transformed into the gentle and moralizing; the undutiful and law-breaking into the ...

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

mttrntw IHWMWWINttllWtBMIHWWMir'aW 0' f. the optimist HMNH Page Thred v - .' SUL ROpS SUCCUMBS TO SUPERIOR WILDCATS FRIDAY Exhibition Was Staged By Cats In First Period And . In Last Few Minutes of Play While Hatch Throws ' Party in Honor of Visitors in Third Quarter For Lone Marker. With fast consistent humbIics and n variety of plays Abilene Christian College's tviiiu took from the Sul IUws Teachers Its second T. I. A. A. victory lust Friday night on Slmmoni field by n in 0 store. Tlic first score came after Coach Morris' men hud taken n weak punt of the Lottos' on the A'A yard mark and a 20 yard ro pass Clicevcs to Keyes followed by dnstics through the line around end by Holund Powell und Koyos tirouglit the hall four yards from the goal and Chccvos went off tackle fqr the touch- down. In tho sreond (marter Kcycs pumed nrro.ss the goal Which put the Lobo on their 20 yurd line. Their punt from there was weak and a 110 yard dash by Holoml had them backed up till the Wildcats got 8 ...

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

mj&MmntttwMantifiamiiitovMMm0a)imfamm iwrtniMiiiifoMwnartmrc . a 8! wfl fi s 1! i SI ft I 1! i SJ! M "I il 'l f Bi ji It ii f W51 Page Four SOCIETY SUB T PUTS FOUR v -v- Bernard McClung Hulden Thornton it. it it -V. St St St I GOBS THRO RITES With tlio starlit heavens form- ing a background for u gorgeous moon covered ever and anon by scurrying grey clouds the Tus- enrora quietly lifted anchor Tues- day night and sailed for the south seas where the sailors dis- embarked at one Yim Kins Covo hangout of members of the Sub T-10 for ages back. A largo pllo of wood previous- ly prepared by the gobs was set to flame and soon a roaring blaze furnished illumination for sever- al furlongs around. After a short musical selection Skipper fitter called to the attention of the sea- men the business of the evening the Initiation of the pledges Clif- ford Thornton Virgil Hcrnard Leo McClung and Woodic Hold- en. One by one they underwent the trying rituals were found to be worthy seamen and arc...

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

. j. ..... rf'tiltiu&ilK '''. 1 i. v.. . . mMmmmmmmtmimMiititrmMmtmiraArirni . y. . JtMfi Freshmen We Expect The Greatest Bonpilc Ever Student's Association We Expect More Pep From You ?. T Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AUILENE TEXAS OCT. 29 1931 NO. 7 TENTH GAME BETWEEN A. C. C. & CANYON SATURDAY ' .J ' lit"?"zs4l ' ' MamMMMM1MMMMM1MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMi 1 jbt' f ' vt . r.- r lj iJiaiuiHntrnmiB'r-Hr u . IH.MMM llll'WII..-..' ' ''' ' . . ' . V - . l . T Mk o j -r- . - -. . . jjiHiMittifil jno&t VjSUMIU4Vnr1HiBIHBM' i l . . !g " f-T-- ff'irr i'b "WLTi'Mdifat v' ' !f DM ' Kft rr i ; 1 5 P - ' - ""'J'"- T tj- ' - - i - . vptsqmttnii w College Dramatic . ' Club Will Present "Pollyana" Nov. 17 Entire Cast Outstanding In Dramatic Work Heretofore. FOUR ACT COMEDY Leading Roles Played By Evelyn Curtis And Hcrschel North. The Melpomoncnn Pinters of Abilene Christian College nrc bringing u rare combination of talent to the. college public on November seventeenth when they will prese...

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

ifl m m m lA i $ i 11 11 V a: l n n Jt $ k i i fa ft L i &' f" '3 ': &; 11 fii ? ' 9 I: M a r?- 4 I S'. I it t 1 1 m 1 Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Subscription Per Year. Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST AUILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Husincss Manager Everett Maxwell Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard Assistant Business Manager Rcucl Lcmmons ....Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shclburnc Bixlcr Keyes Society Grace Littlcficld News Paralcc Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abcrnathy Reporters: Cozette McDaniel Evaline Sluter Woodie Holdcn C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entored as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. THE PASSING OF "Man is of few days and full of trouble." Few suns have set since the great achievements of a geniu...

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

jHfMJwMiiMaMMWiMwwMJiL wwuiiiitiiiaiiii mvmn WWP r-- . ' THE OPTIMIST jtf Page Tliree Hi1 rt b ' t . r. ' ' Eagles Score In Final Period To Wrest Game From Wildcats. Friday Cat's Grand Total Looms Above Teachers In Every Respect Except Tallies; Game Turns To Punting Duel Between Keycs And Wright; Locals Out- number In First-downs 7 to 2 Thrice hold from scoring by Iho' powerful defense of the Den- ton Aggregation the Wildcats re- turned Saturday with n 0 0 de- cision that should have been a victory if only the breaks had come. Three limes the Morris men marched to within the vcrv shadow of the goal only to he turned hack. Once in the third quarter the half-yard line wan reached by the Cats but the scor- ing punch was lacking. Outplaying and outfighting the Eagles througlr three quarters the Wildcats chalked up seven first downs to two for their hosts. Only in the last quarter did the Cats weaken enough (o permit a score and that was made pos- sible after a beautiful 10-yard off tack...

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

! JXJUKt - -mLlU'J fe" -f UMfyWMWllMIWMMW & Pago Four W(kv j'"' '" "Mjj! THE OPTIMIST n y ' NUn ? H 1 1 I i I. j?sftttt(iiu(iura SPEHEB2IHEBJH SOCIETY COACH A. B. MORRIS MENTING HIS SEVENTH T. I. A. A. TEAM BCTPflflraranw KOJOKAISTOHOLD WATSON MCKETT hosts' HALLOWEN DINNER Featuring tin' Hallowe'en mo- tif and a color scheme of orange and l)laek Miss Lucille Watson ami Miss Hdna Puckctt will lio hostesses to members ami pledg- es as well as old members of Ko Jo Kai Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock in the Colonial room of the Wootcn hotel. Mis Watson will lie toastmastcr for the dinner and Miss Hoxa- annul McCollum a fall term pledge of the club will read. Those attending will include: Imopeno Hobiimnn Edna l'uckett Luclle Watson Annette Overman Gwendolyn Walker Mary Iiliza- beth Watson Frances Hatliff Lura Bass Grace Littlcfield Ros- amund McCollum Dorris Scott Mrs. R. N. Scott Miss Margaret llishop and Miss Klizahcth Nel- son and other ox-members who may arrive tonight or tomorro...

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

NO. 8 tA -. i?' MORRIS MEN PAY TECH CONCLUDING VISIT . A ft r .' tf r. New Social Organization Discloses Plans And Roll Wildcats Depart For Hub Of Plains At 12:30 Today Fall Revival Will Be Held By C. M. Pullias Of Dallas College Yearbook Staff Announces New Advertising Work on All Sections and Photography of Book In Progress The Prickly Pour staff handed by Clovis Watson and James Cut- Ian has rented the windows of tho A. C. C. Tailor Shop and will display each week the merchan- dise of jjjje of their advertisers in each window. Much of the i advertising section hus nlrondy hcen completed and this display will give tho inorchants some- thing in addition to their mis in the annual. Woik is also progressing rap idly on the other sections of the yearbook. The subdivision pages are practically completed by the artists Wnurono Tittle Evolinn Slater Pansy Atchcsou and Mnr Marshall. Iva Cnmitli has almost finished the club sections. ! ' ARLEDGEPRESIDENT!cn Almn; "MaieS Asi Attend Receptio...

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

m fa 1" IHC- S& fcJ.7 ' i I- 1 i i y n i -?; . mmtfi -''. . ira2i?iy 3!jtfffit0fliifflWKCflPl JsiyPlK-'i wrwy&& K ' vim IBy.'-""' kMP' l:S5 i. v . - &f:'M " -. V THEOPTIMIST . -i ' ' WI Thl litlLttttli f Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Subscription 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 Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard .Assistant Business Manager Reuel Lemmons ....Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports -...Shelbumc Bixlcr Keyes Society Grace Littlefield News Paralce Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abcrnathy Reporters: Cozette McDanicl Evaline Slater Woodie Holden C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entored as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. "WILL A MAN ROB GOD?" If it is cruel to rob G...

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

iwiiMMiwiAMjMinmiMMMMt irTiirTirTiiw-iiinwinrrMi j(ui wmrnimiiiinniii i n n'litnini iiiiiiinl'iniil 'VM-TftMopi THE OPTIMIST " fge VAai'W1! 1 . WILDCATS COMPLETELY ROUT BUFF . i WSmA m -m vki. e ' ' " ( I " r Home Talent Scores Periods Of Game Visitors Best The Buffaloes came and went. Dut the "thundering herd" from Vcst Texas State Teachers College went hack to Canyon with naught but a goose egg to sjiow for the victory that the scribes had proline- died. The 41() victory that the Wildcats took by crushing the Buf- faloes last Saturday afternoon on Parrumorc Field in the annual Homecoming football classic toppled all scoring records in football competition of A. C C. with senior colleges since 1920. Coach Bugs Morris can nearly sec his title clear to the T. I. A. A. crown in the western half. Only the Daniel Baker Hill Billies stand in his way. But the locals will tic with the Goats for the title win or lose in their Thanksgiving engagement at Brownwood. They All Starred If you wnn...

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

.r.iT- . . -' aitiii 8 Hr ! 5Aff ." I VH" r" v I i i r . M mi m m &RS " ' VH r iff r .- ruur SOCIETY 'aasjasai: THREE ADDITIONS A V ASK1NS BARR El)MONDSO & . ifi ifi TOLUCKYSNNAMED Margaret Askius Hosola Barr and Mnxlno Kdmoudsou were se- lected as pledges liy members of tlio Lucky l.'l at a meeting of the club Wednesday afternoon. Miss Uarr and Miss Asklns are fresh' men in the college having enroll- ed this fall while Miss Kdmond- son is a sophomore doing her first year of work here during the term 1030-31. Tliolma Cole president of the club announces that initiation for the pledges will ho held Novem- ber 13 at Lake Abilene twenty miles south of the city. Other fall term pledges who will be ini- tiated at that time arc Marion Polk Paulino Hicks and Edith King. o REESE DAUGHTERS HALLOWE'EN HOSTS As one of the Hallowe'en festi- vals Huth and Helen Hceso were hostesses in their homo last Tues- day to the Latin Club of the Acad- emy. Club colors us well as Hal- lowe'en colors...

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

We Are For You Wildcats Have Those ooncrs Out! Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS NOV. 12 1931 NO. 9 ft TRUSTEES ANNOUNCE MASS MEETING NOV. 24 Watch Your Steps Folk Tomorrow's Friday 13 Q Wildcats Playing Last Non-Conference Encounter MRS. BAXTER'S MOTHER I ToWTlslfiV WaldrOD IN CRITICAL CONDITION 1"IIOICJf UaiUIUp Dope Gives Cats Slight Edge Over Oklahoma E.C.T. Who Arc To Be Played At Ada Saturday 1930 CHAMPIONS Coach Morris Leaves In Morning Early With Twenty-Five Men To Arrive Tomorrow Night Leaving early In the morning fpr Ada Oklahoma Conch Morris' Wildcats will tnkc on the F.ast Central Teachers College team on their gridiron Saturday afternoon This will he the first time tlitu" two schools have ever met and the last non-conference tilt of the season only Daniel Raker re- maining on the schedule hut since the Cats are assured a tic IN CRITICAL CONDITION i News received hero yesterday from Shcrmnn concerning Mrs. V. H. Scott mother of Mrs. Hat- sell Baxter is that...

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

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

ttMtWNI ttUMN 3? MHHNMMM aawnwiwnwiiiitiitwmiuuKjwiiiK' TiWiOitriiniT';- S&l. f W r ?a ..' JO 'KmkMWfimLVrS'lUiftWmffiX&W& wiiwatoiiiHMiiiiwii.ri'iii'M1ul.M).IM f iyi.w tvtU?ifY JTifg3.rS-'K'--i)W r ft t At I ji I' : r ? Tfecft Becomes To Win 'Over Wildcats In - Last Period Of Affray Coming from bi'hlnd n 0 point " lead mo Texas reeu- Aiuiunora "M (luring the last half of a game outplayed the A. C. G. Wildcats at Lubbock On the Tech field Friday night and piled up a three touchdown lead llio final Wf- score being 20-0. i Tlio Bullfighters woro played V nearly tp a frazzle in tho first twp f 'periods making only- two first downs vhHo tlio Christiana woro g piling up nine. Tho boys from I f Lubbock get credit for only one thing in tho first period their stubbornness when their bucks WCI "Kl'ist the wall. Twlco they y hold tho Cats once at tho five- yard line and onco one yard irom . tho goal lait on tho offensive F they were not aide to get beyond si i their twenty yard li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 November 1931

.VHiHacitttr-2 g3g .....r:.Tvvr virtf.':'. -. - ;1; tumi IKVIl "WW w Kid fag Fwr; V' Ji? THIJ OPTIMIST iff ri ' 1 . A a' . f LU&MH m ''if 'wok I SOCIETY. Breakfast Stibbers And Picnics Accomodate Studes On Holiday Breakfast suppers and picnics seem to hao taken tlio lead in society the past week With the Sub-T.10 and tho Gata both holding picnics on Annlstico day to honor their Invited guestsi sovoral informal breakfasts and suppers being glcn by tho co-eds bcr of students from the dorml- in Zcllner Hall and a largo num- tortcs being invited out In tho city or attending tho McMurry- Daniel Baker Homecoming game at Parramorc Flold tho festivi- ties havo been gradually growing in number. Tho Mavericks so far havo an- nounced no further plans for their coming social functions and 'tho Trojans aro equally as uncom- munlcatlvo for a tlmo at leasts Committees from tho Ko Jo Kal aro busy with plans for an affair to bo held by tho club members and pledges next week ond. o SEASONED SAILO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 November 1931

j tot J .:i::&mmmmi :timm ' "f i J7i T" J" i"."1"1" : flSQ;.rr f wr. ... iiw-.?? imv. ;-T--'VX. ;i.' Be Sure And Buy Your Ticket to Brownwood Let's Go Down And Show Our Men We're For Them l Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS NOV. 19. 1931. NO. 10 LARGE ATTENDANCE EXPECTED AT MASSMEET M - . . . ul . iiifiil I li MimlllBlmMIHfflBWinnMWniffBnTnHTpr v ?w mmmmm;mmmMm?wT!K$ -:rvv& : : j x- . " Lfltt irilP mlPtU Jr 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 Til . j rfW jr . . . j r '" .S r l Melpomeneans Present Polly anna Tonight 8 o'Cloek A Club Official Magazine Will Be ' Off Press Monday Circulation To Be Kept w lo A Uub Members And Interests. Hunter Elected CONTAINS 4 PAGES Staff Consists Of Morris Editor and Waldrop Business Mgr. In n close nice for the office of student representative on the Athletic' Council of tho college Cob Iluntor won over Carrol Bow- Innd liy a roto of 107 to 125 in chapel this morning. Both Hunter and HowlnncI are Senior and outstanding uthlotc and students. The v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 November 1931

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 November 1931

1 .;''' .'"7 ' ' '-.'' u to! .A . . . i. J. jjjfiyijifc'i(fti-iii-yyiiA& XTOlSZsMm44-&.:J " 'i V2PMm .o. '..: -. . 'a.AAIIIIMsWSv.iu? Ml fev.. -..wii. l ' 'r l?wF" """ .r ' ( THE OPTIMIST ".' '-' ' -- - --'--- -- i" - '-' - . j COUNTRY TEAM RETAINS T.I.A.A. TIT IWB !! !! HI Mi " Milililllliiilil . -r ."'.' t: . i '"31 MPP"' 'l' . W 'OlM - . . 'Tr'-mS.. ''. ''' - ' PAGITiH ..!. TTTr. ..... 1 Ft WILDCAT GROSS ii . 1 ' I" I: ' ' ijau Wildcat Harriers Win First Place "And Retain Title Simmons Sets New Time In 2 Mile Stretch; Beats Out "Chili" Simpson; Of Six First Places Four Go To Wildcats Winning four out of tho first six pluccs tlio A. C. C. Wlhlcnt cross-country tcum uh defending clmmplons in tho uunual T. I. A. A. cross country rnco and couch- ed by J Eddie Weems rutulncd that title JSloudny night at Den- ton In q contest atagSd hetween halves of tho North Toxns-Suin Houston chislfon tho gridiron by a score of 24 to Denton's 44 near- est competitor. John Simmons winner of f...

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