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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 May 1932

". V WSSPKSHKSlffia '.'. . '-.. . .V '..' P -"" Paw Four r "- " THE OPTIMIST 'V flflflPr-' - ' " f: i . " I WITH THE EXES SQCIBTl I Faculty Members 'Dames Hosts At Reception Tonight The members of the faculty and Uio "Dames" of Abilene Christian College are to be hosts at a fprmal reception given to- "night at 8 p. m in the parlors of the Girls Hall as a farewell favor to President and Mrs. Bax- ter and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bell. Both families are leaving for Nashville TcnncsSce where Presi- dent Baxter will assume the duties of President of David Lipscomb College his-Alma' Mater and R. C. Bell will head the Bible de- partment. Invited guests included mem- bers of the Board of Trustees and their wives ministers of the churches of Christ in Abilene with" their wives heads of the other two colleges as professional and per- sonal friends of the honorees. The entire faculty will be in the receiving Una to greet the guests. E. w. McMillan will give a special message of greeting to the gues...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1932

. . - ' 1 '!? - Vo1 19 ABILENE CHUISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS MAY 19 1932 " " NoTio ; COX TO ACCEPT OFFICE AT PROGRAM MONDAY -3 m .' y- L li i -. m fi 'r- Wr n '&' u g- A VS.?. 3?W W L. it. -Jwtsf1- 1 5)131 "f y YQBP Cecil Elected To Head Association Next School Year Maxwell Raedcr Evans Elected To Fill Other Contested Offices POPE DEBATE MGR. Reynolds And Lawrence v Student Representatives On Athletic Council Thc Iiottest contested election campaign ever conducted in A. C. C. came to a close last Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock when every available student "cast votes for favorite candidates. When the lusli quieted and the votes were counted the following results were announced: President of the Students's As sociation C. W. Cecil 151 ; Lcc Powell 130. Vice President Ev- erctt Maxwell 1 10; Fred McKcn-( zic 71; Paul Phillips fiO. Sccrrf tarv and Treasurer Rosamond McCollum 92 "Marguerite Radcr 190. Yell leader Sydney Evans 145; Aaron Fry 135. The offices of Roprcscntathes on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1932

&T' i-i&'p Pago Two THE OPTIMIST - MS." I- V. - ."f' $j&t3jtt& t Published Weekly by die Students of Abilene Christian CoHegc Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Subscription Per Year 1-50 'Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable (o i THE OFflMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Mombers of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager FIELDS OF WORK FOR THE PREACHER STUDENTS THIS SPRING AND SUMMER Well here We go I Yeh 60 am I but we'll be nil right when wc get in. Why don t somebody take thai The following nreachcr students r!llmti Innon. will work in the designated places I Always a hitch this spring and summer. Many Oh well. somewhere did not report where they rill work. Jack Fogarty and Clifford Thornton meetings ! Bradford Tennessee June 1 Bartlcsville Isn't the speaker ever coming 0 here he is now wc can sit down. I feel wcuk. Someone is looking at mc I Oklahoma Shrcvcport Louisiana I fcel their eyes on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1932

- 1 1 i i igMim 1IIIMIMMM i w PAGE THREE '.' swwi'r . i . i i : : l.: w' to i". V . - & n i 41 3 : C fj !.' ' '-!' . -&- f.t y M-r- - 3k.'v i. m iWH52"tfv I j I I r i4foi7ene Christian College Added to Texas Conference Release From T.I.A.A. To Become Effective Dec. 1; Wildcats Close Last Season In Loop With Two Championships And Two Runner-Up Honors; Will Be Seventh Member in Texas Circuit Cat Racqueteers Cap All T.I.A.A. Net Matches Sat. Roy Moody Again Holder- Of Singles Honors; Shares With Moore In All Double Matches the regular meeting of the offi- Hoy Moody is ugain holder of if5"'- McMurry College has also the T.I.A.A. singles championship ; admitted to the lexas oop in tennis. The conference meet which leaves only four schools m i.t.i i. in.i i.Vi.W. n.wl Sninr .'the oriental T.I.A.A.. All the Ah- IILIU 1111 lUSt 1 li.au uiiva wuua day became purely an affair to be settled at home alter A. U U made a clean sweep in eliminating McMurry and Daniel Daker from i r ..: i.v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1932

$ f. ; :3l : 'J ' Prfgeti out SOCIETH GATAS HOSTESSES ANNUAL FORMAL The GATA were hostesses Sat- urday evening May 14 at 0sl5 o'clock with their annual formal banquet given in the Red room of the Hilton Hotel. Arranged as o moonlight gar- den the banquet room was decor- ated in honeysuckle and roses. A g te and an arched doorway were at the entrance and over the lattice wnrle n miniature half moon shone nnnn lm seated cucsts. Ferns and palms completed the effect Mario Wills president was fnnslmnstcr for tllC OCC sioil Btld gave the welcome. Norma Krey sang "In a Garden" following which the officers for 1932-33 were anounced. They arc Wilma Kendrick president; Waurcnc Tittle vice president; Mary Mar- shall secretary-treasurer and Eva- Una Slater reporter. Music was furnished through- out the affair by a negro orches- tra. Guests and members present: Marie Wills Waurene Tittle Eva- lina Slater Mary Marshall Eve- lvn Curtis. Louise McKinzic Jua- nita Tittle Minnie Jim Christian Lillian...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1932

Wim 4 I At:i rLfiHCAi7izrMr nvninK viwum wf.vSw WATCH THOSE WILDCATS SATURDAY HAVE THOSE PICTURES ?4 MADE V6I. 20 AD1LENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SEPT. 22 1932 No. 2 mv$ . ' A . 5 . toVJot(W Picture -Taking For 33 Prickly Pear Now Going On WILDCATS PLAY TARLETON THERE SATURDAY Wildcats Take On Farmers In First Match Of Season Regular Lineup And Who Will Start Game Is Not Known 13-0 LAST YEAR Coach Morris May Match ' . Another Game For Next Week A. C C opens the 1032 footlmUj dispute next Saturday afternoon with the John Tarleton Plowboys I at Stephenvllle. This is the news that Coach Ashury Morris rccelv- ed Tuesday in a telephone call 1 from Stephenvllle. Negotiations for the game had gone on for sov cral days. 13-0 Last Year This was how tho score stood last year when tho final whlstlo blew fn A. C C'h season-opener with the Plowboys. Whether this will ho repeated or not is going to depend upon n mystic array of now varsity material most of which Is made up of last year's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1932

MMwawwHiftMt .w "" '" 'v . !?juLaaiaayiLaag! ;j n "" ffiiT sentamximnmm nit nil iwMiHuiBiii ii ibi i in iw i in ii hi ii t - t rmr wmramiirrrcnTi iTifTnTCinrfi r TiiirPiiiinwTiiir n r i nr ; . .. " lMHMlMmflEM --?T '... V siwi-w wiiBfc'iwr'' ;fv-wn "' -''nwsiht satiiiKaBktiK.TWwiar .r1"' r - " i--- '- i i .. cj.-j..i.tfcfLit vmsrsaut' nrv!c - -r ; . -i wb PogW T '' W" Vf THE OPTIMIST' '' - " . J UM tJmBl Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwell 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. EVERETT Editor - VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manager Editorial Staff: G. B. Shclburne Paralco Patterson Anabcl Stanfill Elsie Green Evalina Slater Waurino Tittlo Otis Jacobs Harold Miles Business Staff: Aaron Fry Assistant Business Manager Ralph Arceneaux Head Advertising Assistant Entered as second class matter June ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1932

WL r &.. "M.V T 111 ri A ! V ; - m? i r c1" . ! ' ."' y nv' V' ?- t ft- - 1" 1 ! Twenty 4. li'i- By Bort Eizoll j - Get a "Plowboy" iH the cry I you hcnr around the Wildcat practice field these days. Yep i 'tho Plowboys have been sched- tiled again. The game Is to he played In Stephonvllln lima three o'clock Snturday afternoon. ThU game Is supppscd to ho a warm up for tho Cats hut if the Cats are not careful they may re- ceive the surprise of thplr lives. The Wildcats and IMowhoys have been playing their opening game against each other for tho past several years. Last year the Wildcats- ramo out on tho long end of a 130 score so you may he sure that the Plowboys will be out for revenge next Saturday. Seventy-six men reported to tho Tarleton coach for tho first work- out and from what wo hear they were plenty big. Our squad Fish and nil will not number over fifty. The Wildcats arc r a p I d 1 y rounding Into nhupe in fact they arc in such good shape that Coach Morris eased up a l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1932

Yv - &i&&:i 3.. "ft- : ?K? "V . Page Six THE OPTIMIST . i :. Hi I m iVs v . if Y j 3' .At: tr -. is m r- SOClETl According to a new plan agreed upon recently by members of. the girls social clubs no pledging will be done until November. Then at that time the plan followed in the larger universities will be carried out. The committee on social clubs met recently. Nothing definite Was done except that it was agreed that expense on socials must be cut. GATAS DISCUSS COMING SOCIALS AT TUES. MEET Sovcn members of tho GATA club returned to A. C. C. this year and tho club had its first meeting to discuss and mako ar- rangements for tho season's func- tions Tuesday. Tho plans made last spring for tho annual summer GATA reun- ion were changed slightly. In- stead of assembling at Medicine Park Oklahoma as was contem- plated it met in Abilene. Din- ners breakfasts slumber parties and recreation outings woro among tho entertainment offered to the guests by Abilene mem- bers Waurino ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1932

&&ay&&! Go To That Game Tonight and Yell!! Show The Wildcats that you're behind them Vol. 20 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SEPT. 29 1932 WMMMHQM0WiJ ''Ibk "71 ' m w - I T iJ inn I J -rflj a y-f i J W WJmmUM - i lUv fl l!r fr i . v ' I Mow enn Bixler nlco looking girl? rntn such a Must everyone with 11 I'll. D. art ns hordboiled as Walter Ad- ams? John Simmons seems to ho gut- ting up a Hire case witli "nod." That will do to watch. Ak Cluster Koagy how he on- jowd the affair at Stophonvillo la-t Saturday. lie has joined the Bachelor's Cluh tliis year. Eliza- ht'th holds no moro interest for him or maybe it's the other way around. j Mildred Willis" idea Hint she niul Otis Jacobs could stay nil home the other night didn't got o or so big. Oli well these littloj (resides imixt learn one way ori another. And then there's Charles Wil- liams and the girl he writes to in Chicago. He gets a letter ev- ery day. Must he had we thought Marguerite Uadcr was Ids "honey."...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1932

; :. .;-.:... v...fiS4iv'. '. ' MiiifligaiBiW sSSt!SvZj BIIIIUlWIWMMaMIIJtltllll'IUItUMIIIIIIWItlllMWWMWllW' btfPTO Pago Two THE OPTIMIST . '"&" ! " ' ' I - t - n &J$m$. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcli Auditorium Subscription Per Year . .- $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS i - ... . ..-- . . - . Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. EVERETT MAXWELL Editor-in-Chief VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manager Assistant Editor William Gray Assistant Business Manager. Aaron Fry Advertising Assistants Ralph Arccneaux Reuel Lemmons Sports Editor G. B. Shelburne Jr. Assistants Bert Ezzell Omar Bixler Otis Jacobs Feature Editor Anabcl Stanfill Assistants Burke McGinty Herscbel North News Elsie Gicen Trine Starnes Religious John Fairs Nichols Woodie Holden Fine Arts Paralee Patterson Editorial Harold Miles Reporters: Evalina Slater Grace Littlefield Waurine Tittle J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1932

.' THE OPTIMIST V -' 2 Page Three MB; JL I ' WSt lT"V v y .. f v' . e i y WILDCATS TIE HEAVIER TARLETON TEAM SATURDAY PIGGLY-WIGGLY Operated by J. P. Nichols & Son JOfew wSHm Felines Show Up Well In First Game Of Year At Stephenville; 6-6 Score Wildcats Outclass Heavyweight Opponents During A. c TI A A Schedule Soptombor 29 C. vs. Toxns Military Col- T7. ... aj j - n " n" fnt r.- c lODom ADiiono inigmj. nrst nna iasi vuaricrsj uryim (riuiigta wwi j Soptombor 30 Only Touchdown In First Quarter; Powell fclected Captain Before Game By Bort Ezzoll We huc n real foothull team (mil no mistake. It you saw Urn Wildcats buttle the bn Torleton The A. C. ('.. Wildcats openeil tliclr season in mi impressive manner last Saturday at Steph- enville wlieu they fought a much licavicr I'lnwboy team to a stand- still and came off with a fifl tic. The Wildcats were at a disad- vantage because of the heavy field and the weight advantage enjoyed by their opponents but team last Saturday you know the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1932

F-'1 ' jiikiiiMuu ri.- . Btv- F B '-. I'' ft s s ft. ft ft' .14 8 na 8 S 5 0 t I 1 AM mi Hi 05 B Page Four - ' THE OPTIMIST . . kSOCIETIJ rffmifflww'MWitt "W" CLUB MEMBERS ARE HOSTESSES TO NEW GIRLS WITH TEA FRIDAY Tho uniiiml "W" Club Tea giv- en in honor of ('lrls who mo nt- tcndlng A. C. C. for tho first time was given Friday afternoon from four to nix in the parlors of the Kir Is dormitory. A receiving lino composed of "V" Club mem- bers welcomed the guests. Ho sex nnd ferns wero used as decora- tions and refreshment plates of sandwiches pear salad mint nnd punch were served from a table lighted by tall red candles. Hed "W's" were used as plate fnvors. The guests were favored by n number of piano selections piayed by Miss Mary Kttu Hoacli. The "V" Club in tho girls' hon- or organization of tho school a sister organization to the "A" Club. MISS WATSON IS GUEST AT CREAM ' SUPPER TUESDAY A group of girls entertained with an ico cream supper Tues- day e cuing in lie dormitory hon- o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 October 1932

s PTSBWS ft;ifA "W;' SBP !. .M " '' ' 'HbXf ; 1 Wc t V f .V T..ZT .ZJL Don't forget to vote in - Who's Who Contest Vol. 20 THIRD 1 Wildcat Harriers j Will Run Against Denton Next Week Compete Between Halves I of North Texas Game October 14 TRYOUTS SAT. Simmons Expected to Win First With North and Ward Close Hunniug against Denton Teach- ers between halves of the fool- hall game Friday night October 14 Coach J. Eddie Wccin.s har- riers will get their first opposi- tion of the season. The first timed running for the cross-country aspirants and vet erans was Saturday October 1 when Hersrhol North substitut- j ing for Captain John Simmons j set the pace for a mile jog in i 5:10. He led the men to the half mile mark in 2:112 and finished men and new students in the col- in the prescribed time of fi mill- lege might bo acquainted with ute.s and ten seconds. Eight or the rules of the college library ten men followed in this jog close and informed of its workings enough to be considered goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 October 1932

- .' - .". . . '';;.: rl- "V V '-wU-J i:i-:-Pr ' 'AMiihfirifM.. ' - ffiPngetTwo ' THE OPTIMIST .Pr- . I i Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence und make all Money Orders Puyuble to THIS OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. EVERETT MAXWELL Editor-in-Chief VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manager Assistant Editor William Gray Assistant Business Manager Aaron Fry Advertising Assistants Ralph Arceneuux Rcuel Lemmons Sports Editor G. B. Shelburne Jr. Assistants Bert Ezzell Omar Bixler Otis Jacobs Feature Editor Anabel Stanfill Assistants Burke McGinty Herschel North News Religious John Editorial Reporters: Evalina Slater Grace Littlcficld Wnurine Tittle John Kirk Estelle Duckworth English 331 students. Entered as second class matter June Abilene Texas under Act 3tk UNIONTg)LABEt. "' "3 SOCIAL SUCCESS?? Some youth has erroneously stated that one must abandon all hone of social...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 October 1932

f ffH!?yTw WF'-: THE OPTIMIST Page Three Cats Defeat T. M C. Bulldogs 12-7 Thursday Night .& wmmuMmmmm - - ' '. 0 T I 7 f " r !- " rf i v . v. ..' V -.- BILL MAXWELL IS STAR OF FIRST HOME GAME; ALL SQUADMEN SHOW UP WELL SPORTS By Bort Ezzoll "OUT Unit Is AN INDIAN" is tin- ri hoard over the cnmpii- ilnwn lit tlie 50-ynrd niuikcr when gone by hut thin year it lakes on timt was culled. an added moulting when yon Smith Scores lor Visitors look around and realize that all The Cadets did not work all the or practically all of the old star way on the ground for their are gone and this year it is on- scoie A series of four more ex tirely up to the now men as t- changes by punts ensued to open the second quarter. Haikley of Terrell punted the last one of these and a Buildup recovered it on A. C. ('..' lS-ynrd maik. After two unfruitful straight Hue plunges they pave the ball to Smith who made a pood run ov- er right tackle for the remainder of the distance. Barkley made an excellent dro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 October 1932

m " hf "' Page Four THE OPTIMIST Here's To a Game of Clean Loyal Sportsmanship Be Loyal In Your Game Be Loyal When You Buy. "Your Advertisers" WWW V ' I i s- ) 4 THE New Merit Clothing The fabrics in MERIT Suits arc 100 Wool Garments may be relumed to us f they do not wear satisfactory See Our Suits And Marvel At The Price 14.75 $16.75 19.75 Ties up to 25c 98c Shirts Genuine Broad' cloth 98c Hose 19c Hose All Silk 49c Harvey Dry Goods w i L D C A T S !' " "' r::'" " "stf K rLLLB4?LBikLiLVPwCwtiviJi9L rf- n --i"Trn"i'T""TT-TTi rfi it rirnnni TTiTM BimHiirirr iarn I N D 1 A N S Smart Collegiate Knit Suits aiid Dresses See Them mkJggP A.CC.McMURRY LINEUP A. C. C. Pos. McMurry J. McKinzie LE F. Smith Cooper LT Weatherman Cole LG Wadseck Gray C . Moser RG. Powell RT. Holmes RE. Anderson QB. Thornton LH. Maxwell RH. Bryan .... Curry .. Jeffries .... Smith .. Daniels C. Smith Bell .... Foster .FB Johnson Dr.Jno.ARoberson College Dentist Good Work Means Good Teeth Good TeeUi Means Good Work...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 October 1932

. y - . v Dramatic Club Tryouts. Tonight at 6:30 Read About the Feature Picture Contest BfliF VgWIIIIIUm ' f " V U Vol. 20 New Standards In ! Debate Lettering I Set By Committee' Must Take Part In Two! Debates And Secure Recommendation TOURNEY PLANNED Application To Debate Fraternity To Be Renewed lack Iopi forensic manager announced Monday that new high standards hail been sot by the committee on debating for those who would earn letters in dolmte oratory and extempore spcnkhiK. This was the outcome of a recent iiinnlimr f flu. nnm. I mittec. Tlie new rulings which go in- to effect Immediately are sub- stantially: One must participate in at least two formal debates and must have a recommendation from the debate coach approved by the committee in order to win) n letter in debate. Those who de sire letters in oratory or extern pore speamng must he recom mended by the coach and liav d mis rerommoniiimon approve) by the committee. . Pope said that the committee oted to plan a high scho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 October 1932

Will III lit 111 HMIlli ' I i 1 1 BlllHW 111 pi m n in j- -- rj3E.MlP ' I ' I' ' ' - ' " i ' - WO ' nit uriimiai " SHlllllPl : ! . 'Ill I 'IP'UHIWIHMM1 M I iH !! Mil IP1 t "" ' Ill" . i . v .JlMfc2 f9mssimmsmMstlMimMv:v-tr.' s v-.:...';....- i HK!r W '. "vMi'-Uti t " '"-rW ' T. ''Av.lBk1EW1A IwaHnI'VHVV .siwrT W ? rviur.ir- " n- - -re; - - 7 ' rn- j n - Tjm. i t - m .. r-r i tM-rVr KJNrF if 'Q&FJiJtil ' F'fci.-Xrm tXlA? ' 7'P"- ' . V V ."' A HPPaaeVl .-' ' "'"AS4k.T'l ? T i T- v . ? "4i - .." r . 1 - -A fife" (' w ;' & I ' R wjftmk 'Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Subscription Per Ycur $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. EVERETT Editor - VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager Advertising Assistants Sports Editor Assistants Bert Feature Editor Anabel Stanfill Assi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 October 1932

..V?.. -5?1 s 3 JX?;P THE OPTIMIST Iee Th5 V .' '?. r. r i ' i '"if1. '. :t FIELD GOAL DEFEATS ' 'IHBBP Siiiv 1 1 1 By Cert Ezzoll Well folks I still think we have a football team. McMurry came nut on the long end of a 110 score I hut they didn t lick us and they Old not outfight us. However you will admit I think that it was a grand and glorious game. As one lady said "My my such a game; why they just fought all over the field." McMurry has n "clean hard hit- ting football team. They won so fellow students let's forget about them for the present and begin to think about those Denton Knglcs. They defeated South- western last week 20 0 and Southwestern is reputed to have one of the strongest teams in the Texas conference this year. There is one play of the Mc- Murry game I would like to ex- plain and that was when Hill Maxwell returned t h a t punt. John McKinzie was not to blame for our losing that score. If he hail not piled those men up Hill would not have got away. John had no in...

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