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

ir?fv.-'.vji-r "mtizsr- T- SS. "as mW3 wJwf.'v T t ; Four THE" OPTIMIST -. nr iff .- tJ -mi ul'w'ullMreilliMMWMMMMMl . . . ... .. . ' iiiNiiimnHnnMHHffiHMMHNllllHiim ' . aHSSBHHEiraEEssoBKERH SOClETl i j !iBimififiiiHmrsffiimiiiaiiiacaBBHag FORMAL DINNER GIVEN BY KO JO KAI ZLIMAXES WEEK'S SOCIAL ATTRACTIONS ) A rather quiet week socially on (o rumpus lias licen occupied .hlefly with Initlntlon ccicmonios or pledge of the SuliT-lt! and ho Lucky 111 and several simple iffalrs hold h vuiious groups of students. The Mn clicks have iiuiouuccd four new pledges who .vcro taken in during the week. Climnxing the week's .social events will he the formal dinner tJIvcii by the Ko .To Kui honoring the GATA the club sponsors and the dean of women Saturday eve nlng nt the Woolen Hotel and the buffet luncheon to be ghen in tho parlors of Zellner Hall at 12 o'clock Saturday by the ad- vanced Foods class. Honorccs for tho affair will he tho Homo Eco nomics instructors from Simmons University uml Abil...

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

'-Tl ' TS oats 2:30 ffJHC'at MiVL f I ' V.yiT HWSKVtfT''"' Tofrmmmm . JjSpiKP IN ELEVENTH GAME ? I Mifrffl T . Vo' 19 g ARILENE CHRISTIAN C(BilllILI-NE. TEXAS.NOV. 26 1931. NO. 11 RESUME OF FOOTBALL RESULtWetJPEN FA. 'SJfjEM: v" ' " '-''' 1 1020 A S5 AND DANIEL BAKEiyG JTEN 7;mT fc in n; Moo"0 """ Flfl'iS'TvSL- As n reminder of whnt has lOioVorl m ' ' .liiaMB ' '- T .1 SfSWiir I"'""01' '"" A. C. C mm Dan- Tho Wildcats n.Oi&lilh '- iVavUm afclOJ hcavV 1 T y i"' "IT? mgH Wimkor old athletic rivals the had'vo ' JlTfi d0 th 'WMli&mW l'umcns 's Kivcn: ...... fl"pnrountorl3 0.bttllyij. V. fHLnt lric.1 tho ball over for the SMsSWia 1(" 1!'' and won 21-7. O. JoiicXmmlBftfegKSAS2! I ! s657WwSzZJi 81 1)2 of tho tourhdovns for A dgBplelualBMaM 1 10Z8 $&! J7A U-J M 1021 rr VBfyckoiWinftBWMair Ill'' deriding game nf the T " (s&LwzflM clUlv7 : 102t ' 192 AX rliidian 'a'OTwffxr"' ' A m tl0 Cnts lost t0 tno Gonts ySwfWHiiK JTIllllW A 7 1025 7 Playing a fine )&$$$ ""Jiffi "i W"4y...

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

ilf WtiWi'i wWl ' '' $$ it 9l I a Pago Two tffu$$Rfi$L Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Scwell Auditorium 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 Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell...- Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard - .Assistant Business Manager Reucl Lcmmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shclburnc Bixlcr Keyes Society Grace Liltlcficld News Paralce Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abernathy Reporters: Cozctte McDanicl Evaline 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. EVEN PRISONS ARE IMPROVING Tucked down in one corner of the Sunday paper was an inter- esting little news article. In brief the substance of it was that pr...

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

' W&mmmmmmmaimmw HMMMMmttmimf imii i C?tn i in Ti " lli II Wi- MWMMWMri JJiTHH l. . . I fO THE OPTIMIST PAGETHltEE tl irtmH. Will .hrti J(W 0 PATRONS. FRIENDS ATTEND MA MEET H- -I- -Y- . 3 V Fa Revival Begins Sunday Morning At Eleven O'Clock Service HDD 3D ! ' V rv Meeting Starts Sunday To Continue One Week Last Rites For Mrs W. B Scott Held Sunday 22 Dies As Result of Injuries Sustained In Fall Three Weeks Ago. Funeral services for Mrs. V. It. I Scott mother of Mrs. Uatsell Ilax-1 ter were held in Sherman ut .1 1 o'clock Inst Sunday. Mrs. Scott wns .seventy-nine ! years of age having spent most ' of this time in or near Sherman Texas where she died as a result of fatal injuries received in a fall .some three weeks ago. i She is nirvlved by seven chil- dren all of whom except Mrs. ' Uaxtcr live near Sherman nnd n number of grandchildren. The children attending Mrs. Scott were: IJarrett Srott George Scott Clay Scott Mrs. Bntsell Ilaxer Mrs. Juanita Howard Mi's. John Hollingsworth...

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

mmmmmmimmmmm -iwSpJ03Kj . a&. w ?g Fowr THE OPTIMIST BEAT HILLBILLIES Tie 'usmsjmmM jWili!iMaiiM -... .. . ...o ....' . . 4 .If i t 1 MMH flflB iBM MHBHBH B. MBM MHMMnH FARMERS 1 1 I 'i i R Xc tf .3 Wj?.' 4 y- t W fc45; til CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK "The Bank of Every Service" MAKE GOATS OF THE HILL BILLIES HOLLIS L. MANLY General Agent AMICABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO. BEAT THE HILL BILLIES By All Means Then buy your Art- ist material from Abilene Builders Supply Co. 1182 N. 3rd HOTEL WOOTEN PHARMACY Has complete line of Drugs and Drug Sun- dries all brand new. King's Thanksgiving Candy Ciro Per- fumes. G. Granville Johnson Manager Phone 88332-0028 Compliments of Lee Duckworth NU-ICY On To Victory WILDCATS Don't Forget Our BIG PRE-CHRIST-MAS SALE OPENS Friday November 27th. Harvey Dry Goods Co. Inc. ABILENE TEXAS Congratulations Again! WILDCATS We Want to see You Grissom-Robertson VISIT OUR SALE OF HIGH GRADE SHOES AT THE LOWEST OF PRICES Our Shoes Are Like the Wild- cats they are Hard ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1931

BMIIiHffh'kiiiB .it. ;rim ' vtff&'ivw .i:!i!fwjrwir-' : rdmwmmnmmMmmmm -' " i' JJjj-- ir--i - --tJ-t v J CONGRATULATIONS DANIEL BAKER ON WINNING DIVISIONAL TITLE ' WERE THOSE EXAMS HARD?? WELL CAN A DUCK SWIM??? x Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS DEC. 10 1931. NO. 12 Baxter Resigns To Become President Of Tennessee School 0HIF VPlIilllB1 'fc A V College Beauties Elected At Meet Held December 2 Frances Ratliff Leads Con- test Over Five Other Entrants SOPHS WIN THREE Blonds And Brunettes Arc Equally Balanced In Race Cllmnxlng n rainpnign for the annual election of the school bounties the results of the elec- tion were announced on the bul- letin hoard of Zellnor Hall on December II. Approximately th" entire student body took part in tLe election which was held in Sewell Auditorium on Wednes- day afternoon December 2. Clovis Watson president of the student body had charge of arrange incuts and was assisted in the counting of tin) votes by Miss Elizabeth Nelson. Curryi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1931

. . UMM inrfuti'tTlwaMhi i i . ii.i ii. ii 1111 .- ttM - PagerTwo J J 1 THE OPTIMIST rinitTntriiiTrTuT mtlfrlimummmifctimm nWiiMift . W?! t...... i r -Hi. .i ' ) i ' 'C'if'J I""r " A lj y I .V a Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year $ 1 50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Intcr-Collcgiale Press Association. Editor-In Chief WADE DANOWSKY Business Manager &'CrMUnMaXW?" AssistanfEdiVor Virgil Bernard .Assistant Business Manager Reuel Leminons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shclburnc Bixlcr Keyes Socty Grace Littlcfield News Paralce Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abcriiuthy Reporters: Cozctte McDanicI Evalinc Slater Woodie Holdcn C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. BUNK ABOUT MOTHERS The Oswego Kans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1931

mmmm MtMMNMMmMMMMMl Iihiwii ii nimiii THE OPTIMIST PAGETHI1EE J?v. 'Xi- Bttes iVo.se Out Cats 3-0 To Win W est f.LA.A. Division Title The mlagc that history repents Itself lacks little of stating the truli of what occurred last Sit- urday afternoon on l'nrratnore field. A shivering handful of the faithful looked on as Abilene Christian College's Wildcats ns near to the T. I. A. A. western grid title as they huc been in years past had their hopes snuff- ed out. again on the verge of possessing the trophy. This time it was the Daniel Baker Hill Billies from Brown- wood And it was the accuracy of one Linkenhogcr's toe that meant a 3 0 decision in favor of the Goats giving Daniel Baker the distinction of defeating tin1 Christians twice In as munv weeks and the undisputed rigid to the crown. It all happened it. the third period of plav when Llnkcnhogor right guard for the visitors was called hack to send the ovnl from the 20-yard line for a perfect spiral over the goal. Not Many Throats ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1931

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

m v i' MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL Vol. 19 McMillan Gives Christians Exam Sunday Morning Ten Questions Constitute Searching Query Given E. W. McMillan preached a unique sermon Sunday morning beforo the college Church of Christ in the form of "the Chris- tian's Mid-Term Examination." In tills sermon McMillan sot forth ten searching questions for each Christian to answer and then to consider what the church would bo If all persons were fore cd to answer the questions as lie had been forced to. The ques- tions were concerned with mat ters of personal work devotion fttudy prayer and support. with reference to the cause of Christ. At the Sunday night service McMillan preached in response to a question received by him to which the questioner requested an answer from tho pulpit. The question was: "Cnn anyono out- sldo of tho Church of Christ bo saved?" In answer to tho query McMillan gave a completo iden- tity of the Now Testamont Church of Christ and showed that all scriptural promises were ma...

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

SW 5 5 ffl f m w R H' V I B f! wr.v - H ? V r l v M f .Page Two . . 71 ICVti. ' " ' . ..- --tfV apaWfe DSM' Published Weekly by the Students i. ri!!.i nrr: VJJUUU31 U11H.W 'Subscription rcr icar........... Address all Correspondence and " THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Inter-Collcgiato Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell ... Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard .Assistant Business Manager Rcuel Lemmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF - Sports Shelburnc Bixlcr Kcycs Society Grace Littlcfield Novvs .'. . Paralee Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abemathy Reporters: Cozette McDaniel Evaline Slater Woodle Holdcn C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at tho Postofficc at t ' Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. THINK ON THESE THINGS "There is no man that hath left house or parents or brethren or wife or children for the kingdom of God's sake who shall not receive manifold more ...

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

mmmmmmm u.i-vir ' M 1 : ftS ' "'n. ' riItfOOTlMI51tte MGiwmM '3 rPTr T fflr ' ! 'mm -iiirr hi " mmiim0mim mfflmmft" - . . .'fls-fou tw . . . 9fl-lfc4B &--I-W. -.- .-- .. WWaK'. 3il v r MhT. LA. A. "Stands For A. C.C. Places 3 Men A.C.C. Places Three Men On All-Conference Selection ' Thoro lma been no little com ment In the daily press 'of lato concerning tho ull-T. I. A. A. foot- ball selections ah announced Bomo two weeks ago. An Inspec- tion of tho ilst rovoats that Abl- lono Christian College litis three gridstcrs on tho all-star cast more than any other school in tho T. I. A. A. loop besides Texas A. and I. Both institutions have three players each on tho mythi- cal roster. Brit Pippcn captain of last fall's Wildcats "Tiny" Adams and tho i n o v 1 toblo "Goober" Kcycs arc the lads from A. C C who won berths on the all-association eleven. They aro placed at their regular positions end tackle and quarterback respec- tively. Tho First String Below is the first-string list ac- c...

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

a f ti I- r33 rt m STTXP 1 i m I m ? r -;. If m V'i I'M. ! P (! T im 1T11 m w 8 I I f I I I f'V ' i m j "' w 'f $ ' J M if SOCIETY JIUESSSIiHHJSHSSa GATA PLEDGES HONOR MEMBERS WITH LUNCHEON Tho plodgos of GATA wcro hos- tesses to Iho active mcmbors(6f tho club and Miss Ellznboth Net son with a luncheon in tho Colo- nial Room of the Hotel Wooten December 11 at 1 o'clock. Tablo decorations wcro In rod and white tlic club colors and tho Christmas motif was strcssod in all arrangements. Mlnlaturo Santa Clauses with tiny baskets besido them furnished tho placo cards and nut cups for tho guests. Red and whlto carna- tions and fern were used In tho ccntcd of tho table and later wero presented to Mario Wills president of the club by Wilma Kendrick as a token of the ap prcciation held for her by the plodgcs. A four course menu consisting of shrimp cocktail chicken a la king candied yams and English peas pincapplo and lettuce salad and ico cream and cake was served. Tho guests wero addressed ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1932

r . -jm:-':-: Kimmmmrwm:- ..... in I ' IHIIM'm lid M Hi V i? tf . . .; 'xStimui?. .;'' JfcJ .. . . . . ?. . - -'aiHWJiy? j .&'& BL r ' - V js "" . 1 v. 4 St' Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS JAN. 7 1932. NO. 14 . : Vfvyapfw1 1 ' . H. JBK . 'iM$mFJfo&imiMffltmm & ' ..'-'.' WB ) ir i irn iniW -ftTT r r i r i 1. Jk. -..' & -. Debate Tryouts Held Today For Season's Team Both Women's and Men's Teams To Be Chosen At Meeting FACULTY JUDGES Six Teams Of Men And Two Of Women Enter Round Robin Debating was begun In earnest with the opening of tho wintor term. Try-outs (or places on tho team and rankings were sched- uled for today from 1:30 to 4:30 in room 27 for the boys. Tho date for tho girls' trial discus- sions has not been definitely an- nounced. The question for debate as an- nounced some weeks ugo at a meeting of the Gavel college de- bating society is: Resolved: thut congress should enact legislation providing for centralized control of industries co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1932

SfewfeW M- si. I a nwimwi Hi niiiwMiMi nm j? ; . " '-' ?$-lt ' Li . jiSs. . .& ( V' A. if ..'. i 4 . $. :-! -.--' . .Utttfl . jHat' 'V . ;t liWVfcJStfS f . Pago Two THE OPTIMIST IX - .i. . . jiMF C (X BVJteti Published Weekly by die Students Optimist Office Subscription Per Year. Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Intcr-Collcgiatc Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard .Assistant Business Manager Reucl Lemmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shclbumc Bixlcr Keycs Society : ...Grace Littlcfield News Parolee Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abernathy Reporters: Cozette McDaniel Evalinc Slater Woodie Holden C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. IF WE ONLY UNDERSTOOD By John Fairs Nichols "And they understood not the saying which he spake unto diem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1932

JPlHanmMHnUT7.r-- - ; .$.' V ' ff ' THE OPTIMIST v: PAGE THREE it1 IT'' .'S ' Twenty Men Training Daily . As Track Season Begins Bill Wcems Will Lead Trackstcrs Through Season Track season has officially lv gun at Abllcno Christian College. At a meeting of the cindcrnien n fow days ago Bill Wcems was named captain for this year. Since the initial mooting upward to twonty mon have boon report- ing for dally work-outs. ' With substantially the same as- sortment of material as that of last year except that liny have Improved with ago ami experi- ence Coach J. Eddie Wecms views tho situation with opti- mism. "I am expecting tho great- est track season that we have ov- er had" ho said. Wcems' toaim tsal year among other signal suc- cesses won the two mllo and sot new records at the Drake and Kansas relays. This year's schedule Is almost cOmplotc. At tho larger meets Wcems expects to enter univer- sity competition Ho bus a num- ber of men whom ho rates as worthy to qualify for tho Olym- p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1932

y-m&&mmfobmw Uty 7'. . '" - . WpWWWIWD imliiimawwriA sKf A i to-T. Wro Fouf y (- THE OPTlMtSf - 11.1111 ftiT'T 1 ' 'lit" n'lii -iiiln.ir.n'iiinil . Hi f sociEty SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS WATCH PARTY TIWR. NITE The senior class of tlio college was host to the Btudcnt body and faculty of tho college and acad- emy with a watch party on tho night of December 31. Garland Keycs president of the class was in charge of tho program and In- troduced the speakers. Dean J. P. Cox recently elected president of tho college wus offered con- gratulations by tho student asso- ciation and responded with a brief speech of acknowledgment. Musical numbers on tho pro- gram included: a piano solo by Mary Etta Roach vocal solo by Norma Krcy a musical trio com- posed of Maurice Roberts Leo McClung and Kvcrctt Maxwell piano duet by Vance Kcncastcr and Roy Propst and a group of vocal solos by Bill Wccms tho "yodellng cowboy." Dramatic talent was furnished by tho readings of Dean Cox the ever popular facul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1932

Ukwd sssts . t"-' V '' vJ&Jfi" ''&"" ''i: v !' H? '' 6 ' :-- Next week will ba a busy ono so don't for- get to utilize tlio wosk end in preparino for mld-torms. A "yollow slip" may moan a "blao nolo" from homo. Tho Wildcats play Texas A. & I. Monday and Tnosday nights and "Tho Applo Cart" is bolng prosontod at tho olty auditorium Tuesday night also. - "h Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS JAN 14 1932 NO. 15 iC UlEiill TnTTOH T ? College Debaters Chosen Thursday For Season Team C. W. Cecil and Jack Pope Tic For First and Second Places. ONE GIRL'S TEAM Debating Class Holds Meet Twice Each Week To Train Teams. There is possibly the best array of promising debaters at Abilene Christian College that has been seen hero In the history of tho school annual debate try-outs last Thursday afternoon revealed. Twelve young men participated in tho try-outs for boys that were held at that time. C. W. Cecil president of the Gavel student debating club tied with Jack Pope fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1932

gwiiiflMftaa - .A.tt iiMHtfttl... i ' -1; - "K i 'ft t? .. frege Two THE OPTIMIST a T7 1 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 Intcr-Collcgiatc Press Association. Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard Assistant Business Manager Reuel Lemmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shclburne Bixlcr Keycs Society Grace Liltlcficld News Paralee Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abcrnathy Reporters: Cozctte McDaniel Evaline Slater Woodie Holdcn C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered of second class matter June 20 1929 at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 2-1 1912. THIS HARMONIOUS WORLD By John Fairs Nichols The caption of this article is significant in dealing with those symmetrical phases of our cosmos which arc positive proof that a wise mind and a maste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1932

It-'-axfmUh-A MM ... i j...i.Li .... ' :;.WW mmmm ' ?W ;;-; - (te. 2-. Ak THE OPTIMIST page three: -- - J.-T . 1-. - fcS. ' ' -iwSu. . . ;-'i' " KF.' -ft I 02; fc !.ti if . J? s?4 W SttT fc. w'. :? -. -.' Fish Wax Warm Annex Another Victory Tuesday Agnln tho fish Imskotccrs wax- ed exceeding hot against tho I.nglo Cove Eagles and walloped tlicin by tho minute scoro of 42-22 in Bennett Gymnasium Tuesday aftc'nioon. Anderson scored 18 of tho freshmen's points but that left plenty for tho rest of tho team. Bradford did proficient work un- der tho basket as did Pardue and the guarding of Walker and Ow- ens held the Eagles to their small portion of tho score. Owens scored tho fowest of the winning points hut mado up for It in un- usual work on the defensive end of tho I'ontest. The freshmen used all of their reserve mntoriul and at no timo did the Eagles terrific fighting get thorn any place within sight of the frosh. o MISS MURCHISON DIES ( Continued from page one) from Abilene Christia...

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