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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1932

HOHHMdHIEBrtAft aNlMHMINMWtW ..-a.Ar(u. -.r wjttztt..aiii'rc. . - . . ngaKsatgiu- MWmmiii L ' ; r a ' i iibi.i. r . i- " mi nujw v- '' V"- '-eX.1' " ' Page Four THE OPTIMIST . gT Tjf. j .- Vi ." ft flap? I SOCIETY HAZEL CARLTON WEDS SUNDAY JAN WE TENTH Miss Hazel Cnrlton an cx-stu-dont of the college and Mr. I. II. Terry of Stamford Toxas wore married at the home of the brldo's parents In Stamford January 10 at 4 o'clock. V. II. Terry jiastor of the Methodist church of that city performed the ceremony. Geraniums and ferns wcro used as room decorations and wcro the background for tho ceremony. The Lohengrin wedding march was played by Grace Catherine Smith. Only members of tho im- mediate family and "close friends of tho couple weio present. The bride wus gowned in a blue satin crepe with black accesso- ries. Miss Mary Jo Wicgors as muid of honor woro a flowered ciepe. The groom was uttcndd by Leonard McNutt. Mrs. Terry came to Abilono Christian Collcgo in the fall of 1030 and resume...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1932

- VHMMMHHHRMMMMMMMlnilMlMMMIIM MWMNMMNflMftUtelfaMM . 4yv";s-' yV WlfW '-'C'u' teUjU. - .. J ' S' . W1 .- ' "V' "Jr Tho Wildcats show- od signs of having enough power to niako a good bid for championship rank Ing Monday and Tuosday nights. Stay In tho lighting Cats we're lor you. ' Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS JAN. 21 1932 NO. 16 Altor all tho Eng- lish havon't such n poor aoaso of humor. Thoy brought "Tho Applo Cart" to tho United States to play. Tuesday night AM-lono-turnod out right woll. . Cecil and Lawrence WiO Publish 1933 College Yearbook Cecil Will Edit Annual With Lawrence Acting Business Manager. FOUR ENTER RACE Both Elects Prominent In School Work and Outside Activities. The 1033 Prickly Pour will ho edited by C. W. Cecil with Jimmy l.uwrcnco serving ns business manager. Tbcsc two were elect- ed nt n meeting of the Junior class Tuesday afternoon. Nominees entered by ho pres- ent editor and business manager of tho Prickly Pear were C. W. Cecil and Evalln...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1932

" .iw-Mfltiirill " -7 -""v IV . v .fir'. J.. ....v "Jf 'H sl r ravj T THE OPTIMIST - JrV ! ft Li ..-j.. ' -- '!'' ' n - . .r-.-4aL.T Pago Two rfWWP "i ii V . I A. JBH WJQqHfpKHt 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 Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard Assistant Business Manager Reuel Lcmmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shelburne Bixlcr Keyes Society Grace Littlcficld News Paralce Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Elton Abernathy Reporters: Cozette McDaniel Evaline Slater Woodie Holden C. W. Cecil Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. EnUrod as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. THE ONE ALTOGETHER LOVELY liy John Fuirs Nic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1932

.1 1--r-MTTnwi.nMn- !!ijjliffjlj&g " - - 1 dkJLv .3-a -nw- VMM! V i' ' w THE OPTIMIST .... PAGE THREE (WMbWrnF Wildcats Open With Win f In Conference Lead With Canyon Teachers; Lefty Reynolds Heads Score List for Both Scttos With 31 Points A. C. C leads the T. I. A. A. conference with Canyon as a re- sult of the double win over Texas A. & I. tills week and shows the power and ability that promises a great fight to tho end of the championship nice. In both games the Wildcats of Coach Morris led the visitors virtually all the way. A. & I. opened the scoring the first night hut at no time with the exception of that first minute did they appear to he winning. A groat rally at the end of tho last gamo threatened a 13 point lead hut It wns too )lg a lend of such a short threat. In the first game Dixon took tho tipoff and rolled tho hall ov (li- the edge of the hoop for two points. A frco throw gave the Javclinas a three point lead and that was all the leading the vis- itors di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1932

. - 0 ..L.fri IB mwumw ET-JLj.-. "a & - . TT.C. Tv -." tafflBF-Wi r - - jm flflMFf-NKn: v tjfyUHHBS? """' rage rout .yrw SOCIETY C CLUB BANQUET HELD THURSDAY JAN. FORTY-FIVE STUDENTS TEACHERS VISITORS ARE GUESTS 14 IN CRYSTAL ROOM AT HILTON HOTEL ENTERTAIN G.A.T.A. WITH HOBO PARTY Comins as the outstanding college social affair of the winter term the annual banquet of the "C" Club men's letter organization was held in the Crystal Rom of the Hilton Hotel on Thursday eve- ning January 14. Places for the forty-five guests were marked with miniature dolls dressed in pep squad uniform at each girl's plate and small footballs marked plates for the men. An immense letter "C" amid twinkling lights was centered above a table holding trophies won by the various teams of the college. Blossoms and greenery were used as decorations (or the tables plac- cd In tho form of n "C." Law- renco Wclk and his orchestra played throughout tho dinner hour when a menu In four courses featuring tho colors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1932

ifi ! Llston Students bo juro to Bond your lot tor homo to tho homo churches and nlso to any other porsons whom you know that might bo intciostod in tho progress ot A. 0. C. and in tho Locluro- ship program Kick In Seniors lets mako thin tho best so- nlor Stonk-iry that has been stagod ' by any sonlor class. To do that It will bo neces- sary to coma lull strongth and frcofrom anything akin to a lachrynaf apparatus. ? Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE AUILENE TEXAS JAN. 28 1932. NO. 17 Regional Meets Planned For Several Cities 1i. n ii i i -- n ! ill I I Tiff) ' '''"" ' " "' 'Wff " " ' rf G. C. Morlan Will ! Fete A Club Men ! At Dinner Tonight 3 New Members Willi Be Initiated After Dinner Program CHANGE ENTRANCE 21 Resident Members Are Invited To Attend Meeting The "A" Club men's honor so- ciety of tho college will he hon- ored with n dinner Riven nt the home of the club sponsor G. C. Morlnn on Cedar Crest Drive to- night nt 7:110. Following the din- ner initiation ceremonies will li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1932

Page Two THE OPTIMIST MM t. gBHttattfu Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Intcr-Collcgiatc Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE I3ANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard Assistant Business Manager Hcuel Lemmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shelburne Bixlcr Keyes Society Grace Littlcficld News Parolee Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles Ellon Abemathy Reporters: Cozctte McDanicl Evaline 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. PATIENCE By John Fairs Nichols Concerning John Milton a student once wrote "Well he got married and he wrote 'Paradise Lost.' Then his wife died and he wrote 'Paradise Regained.' " Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1932

THE OPTIMIST PACE THREE ft ?J &'' - KM- jPK Felines Win Two Victories Over Loboes To Cinch Five Straights "Lefty" Reynolds Leads In Scoring For Both Nights Scores Of 47-31 and 26-22 Give Cats A Cinch On 33 1-3 Per Cent "Lefty" Reynolds left not u single skeptic in the stands as he led Conch Morris' Wildcats thru Sill Ross with n personal score of .'11 points in a two game scries which gave the A. C C. eager nn undefeated record in the T. I. A. A. On Monday night the score wns 47-31 nnd on Tuesday it was 20-22. This gives A. C. C. five- victories nnd one defent for the cntiro sen son Pippcn dropped in the first score f i oni the corner to give th Cnts their 2 0 lend in the first few seconds of the gnnic on Mon- day night. Sul Ross exchanged goals with the home hoys till the score got 0 0 hut then Reynolds started hitting and he with Wat- kins nnd Chces soon brought the count to 10-7 after which there was no time when anyone thought Sul Boss had another chance left. The guarding o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1932

... Pugc Four THE OPTIMIST zwmmi I SOCIETY WffrattmffiH LUCKY 13 BEGINS 'CLUB SCRAP-BOOK; ADD NEW MEMBER Mcmbcra ami pledges of the Lucky 1!J lield a business meeting at tbe borne of tbe president Tbelma Cole on North (Itb street on January 22. Anneeda Smith a fresluniiu student of the college was elect- ed as a pledge. This completes tbo membership of tbo club mak- ing it tbe required tbiitccn. The following new officers wore elected to fill the vacancies left by .several old members tbe fall term: Edith King secretary and Muxinc Polk reporter. A scrap book for the club was also planned and Maxine Ed- mondson is in charge of tbe ar- rangements. Those present. Maxine Hughes Corinne Young Pauline Hicks Maxine Edmondson Mai Ion Polk Dorothy Kayo King Cordelia Page Mrs. Edith King and Tbel- ma Cole. o Witt Donor Of Hundred Volumes To Academy The Academv. Library has re- ceived about one bundled new volumes this week as a gift from Paul C. Witt These hooks in elude choice literary selec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1932

mm Vt F Wildcats Romom. bor what happonod to us at tho hands ot thoso Hill BlIUos last fall on two dlfforont occasions and don't lot It happon again. Aro you going to? Flghtl Fight. Flghtl Noxt Monday night wo moot tho yelp- ing Dravos from ovor on tho southwest cor- nor of town. That's tho s o r a p p 1 ngost flghtlngc3t hustling- ost hunch wo'll moot. It will tako all wo havo to boat thom. Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 4 1932. NO. 18 u Cats Defend T.I. A. A. Lead Against Goats Friday Nite To defend their conference lend the Wildcats Journey to Daniel Hnkor College nt Brownwood to- morrow evening to meet the team which holds fourth place in the T. I. A. A. Lust week the Hill Billies lost to Texns A. & I. by big margins. If the Jnvolinns played tho sumo brand of hakcthall against the Billies which they exhibited to the Wildcats then it should he comparatively easy for the Cats to hand the Brownwood boys a bad licking. A. C. Ci hud no easy victory again...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1932

r)..ma y-.. n THE OPTIMIST " MMMIM4a ' '.! sW.V. T..JW- Pngo Two Published Weekly by the StuJeuta of Abilene Chriatian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year S'50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE QPTIM1STABILENE 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 Rcuel Lemmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shclburnc Bixler Kcyes Society".'.'.'.".'."". Grace Littlcfield News SS.".".'.'.'."'.'.. Paralco Patterson Editorials.."..."...... J. Harold Miles John Fairs Nichols Feature Maurice McMullen Reporters: Evalinc Slater Woodie Holden Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. AFTER BALL-PLAYING WHAT? Few of us perhaps reulize what it is that we meant to learn what we intended to do in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1932

THE OPTIMIST PAGE THREE Keeping Up With T. L A. A. Fives 24. 20. Conforonco Games Texas A. & I. 48 Danreinnkcr i. Texan A. & I. 42 Daniel linker Canyon 47 McMurry 20. Canyon 2!l McMurry -It. Non-Conforonco Onmes T. C. U. 37 Canyon ill. T. L A. A STANDING Team Won I.ost Pet. A. C. C. 4 0 1000 Canyon 4 0 1000 Texas A. & 1 r '. 025 Daniel Maker .... 2 2 500 McMurry I 3 250 Sul Moss 0 8 000 Points Mil. Opp. Pts. A. C. C M0 Ml Canyon 18.1 12.1 Texas A. il 270 228 Daniel linker ...112 128 McMurry 123 111 Sul Ross 200 28.1 o Freshmen Defeat W.M.U. Stags Tues. The A. C. C. freshmen Invaded the home of the Warner Memo- rial University 'Sings' Tucsdny night and turned loose n deluge of haskets to put the Stngs under hy a score of 12-10. The Warner tenm started the game with n hang making 0 points before the Freshmen got thciV hands on the hall. At this period however the Fish offense began to click and successive goals hy Pardue llrod- ford and Captain Walker tied the score. Anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1932

Page Four THE OPTIMIST t f TiTnllil'lh tmrnramnimwiWiyMm SOCIETY swmmmimmmtiwswsxE MARGARET BISHOP HOSTESS TO KOJOKAl SATURDAY 30 Miss Margaret Bishop sponsor of Ko Jo Knl was hosloss to tho members and pledges and their guests on Saturday evening Jan- uary 'iO with nn informal party at her homo on Collego Hill. She was ussistcd in receiving utid en- tertaining the guests by her sis- ter Mrs. Mary Arlcdge and hot- mother Mrs. Clara Bishop. Sandwiches hot punch nnd wafers were served at 10 o'clock. Progressives games were played during tho evening and prizes were presented to the winning couples. Those present included: Imo- geno Robinson Garland Koyos Annette Overman Sterling Par- ker Edna Puckctt Roy Moody Lucilc Watson Charles Reynolds Lura Bass Owen Burton Frances Ratliff Wilford Cooper Grace Littlcficld Robert Henry Blanco Robison John Simmons Gwendo- lyn Walker James Lawrence Rosamund McCoIlUln John Allen Ncece Mary Elizabeth Watson Benny Holt Mrs. Arlcdge Horace Arledge and th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1932

vmmmNmmaamnwummmm iiwnnrjwk(j IF YOU AM NOT satisfied with tho publicity your club or class organization Is Dotting try getting your nows In on ttmo and wrltton in a us ablo form. Wo can't print what wo can't And out about. St. Valentino's Day lt'sinow timo boys to chooso your valen. tino No wo don't moan chooso ono to sond. You know It Is tho day to chooso a sweothoart 11 you do not alroady havo ono. Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 11 1932. NO. 19 mmmiimmmmmmimMOmmmmmli&mmmmfiM College Quartet Named Friday At Annual Try-outs Roberts Thornton Fruzia And McCook Compose First Quartet. Tryouts for tho 19:1:2 men's col- lege quartet which were held in Scwoll Auditorium Friday eve- ning resulted in the following four boing named by the judgos: Mnurlcc Roberta first tenor; Clif- ford Thornton second tenor; Ger- ald Fruzia first bass; and Dale McCook second bass. Second quartet selections wore Maurice McMullcn Elton Abor- nathy F.verott Maxwell and G n. Sbclbur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1932

x .rv. .;i'uuiaMMM Jfil Page Two THE OPTIMIST ii?JPUWtli i i "" Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwell Auditorium Subscription Per Year l-50 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 Shelburnc Bixlcr Keycs Society.......... Grace Littlcficld News SSSS..."..."... Paralee Patterson EditoriaUT."Z"""'."'. J- Harold Miles John Fairs Nichols pcature Maurice McMullen Reporters: Evaline Slater Woodie Holdcn Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entored as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. LITTLE THINGS By John Fairs Nichols "Despise not the day of little things" is an adage burdened with much and wholesom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1932

' kmatmuij THE OPTIMIST PAGE THREE HHtaAH FastPre-Season Times Turned In By Track Squad Wccms Gray and Sim- mons Miow rintsnca Form in Mile 440 yd. Saturday mnrkctl tho first com- petitive nppenrnnco of the 11)32 Wildcats who will traverse the cinder paths to glory this spring in inoro Illustrious fashion than any season in all tho history of Ahllono Christian college track. It was an lntra-tcam meet. John Simmons and Captain 131 11 Wccms showed the most fin- ished form of any men hut there was a big squad trailing along behind the mainstays which promises future development and may enable Coach .1. Kddle Wccms to realize his ambition to produce the greatest track team in the history of the school and to place some men in tho spot light at the National Collegiate meet which will be an Olympic tryout. Kittens Defeat Kids Friday Eve The A. C. C. Freshmen accom- panied the varsity on their trip to Drownwood last Friday and plastered a 21 2( defeat on the Daniel Baker Freshmen. Tin game...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1932

J-iW ..; v ftf iMuami!wmWWmMMmiMHSMNt&ttKHi Page Four THE OPTIMIST soctETy Tim;ra MELPOMENEANS HOLD FIRST FORMAL BANQUET AT HILTON FEBRUARY 9 The Melpomcncnn Players of the college entertained members and guests Tuesday evening February 9 with a formal banquet held in the crystal room of the Hotel Hilton. Horace Arlcdgc president of the players was master of cere- monies and gave a short welcome. Miss Jewel Watson head of the English department gave a brief talk on "The Youth of Washing- ton." Paul Phillips gave a toast to the ladies and Lawrence Smith gave a short talk on mystery. Miss Mary Hale director of the Mel- pomencans gave "I Like the Mclpomencun Players" and James F. Cox dean of the college talked on reminiscences of his child- hood dramatics. The theme honoring the birth- day anniversary of George Wash- inton was used in all arrange- ments and souvenir programs and menus bearing his photo- graph were given the guests. Unique place cards of small hatchets with inscript...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1932

;iiinwjiiwtwrfwiwiwwMwtwTM. -j ik aaiw. $r - i s-jr ??' ;( f (1. fw- - WVF rEW' I Four freshman namca six varsity games term play lour do. batos lecturo wook program and twolvo bad colds now can a man bo at all of Uisjo within tho bounds ot ono short wook? I ask you. O well I Don't loraot Wildcats we've got to win two gamos this wock ond to cinch socond placo In tho T. I. A. A. For Coach Morris and for thu old school wo can win most anything ss como on. Altogothorl Vol. 19 AIJILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 18 1932 NO. 20 iwiiliawjiwiiniMWMiiw?wWM (kmHt ww nil nnizti .' . Abilene Colleges Hosts to South's Scholar Chapters College Heads Will Have Lead in Entertaining Organizations. DEAN OLSEN LEADS Banquet at Chambers Hall Monday; Rutherford to Be Delegate. When tho Scholarship Chap- ters of tho South convene in Abi- lene Fob. 22 and 23 Abilene Christian College will ucl as co- host with the McMurry ond Sim- mons University to the thirty member organizations. On Monday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1932

Kim:wbZlj&.mtfVlM; : V - . ; ' '. : "' ' -- 1'B 1 . . flini..r.1iirni-iii--miilit'ii I nr j - - Pago Two THE OPTIMIST MttBMMM Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Subscription Per Year. S1.50 Address all Correspondence and moke 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 Moxwel 1 Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard - .Assistant Business Manager Rcuel Lemmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shelburnc Bixler Keycs Society - Grace Littlefield News Paralee Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles John Fairs Nichols Feature Maurice McMullen Reporters: Evaline Slater Woodic Holden Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TEXAS BREAKS INTO BIG POLITICS. One of the most interesting things that has been note...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1932

mmmmmmmmmtmmmmiimrm THE OPTIMIST MMWIIlXfllHHIimiUlUWIUlH! KsmmmNnrnKuoMmnmu am wiwwwmmiwMwiMWHfcv Jv ' PAGE THREE .$b. -fr J-f v Daniel Baker and Redskins Invade Cat Lair This Week Much Apprehension On Outcome Of Games; All Confident Abllcno and A. C. C. arc privi- leged to see tho wlndup of llio T. I. A. A. season starting to night on tho McMurry floor with Daniel Baker's invasion into tho city to bring to an end the sen- sons of A. C. C. and McMurry and to clinch Daniel Baker's rating in the final T. I. A. A. standings. Tonight tho Hill Billies meet McMurry and Friday night thoy tacklo tho Wildcats. Then on Saturday night tho Mcdloy In- dians readjust their scalps for another pov-vov with Coach Morris" men. The Hill Billies wcro tho Water- loo of A. C. C. two weeks ago and all contrary to what comparative ability pointed to. That makes it doubly difficult to say what will happen this time. In fact it just isn't being said definitely. From general press gossip it may bo concluded ...

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