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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 April 1933

"vr 1 .' '. IS 1 THE OPTIMIST f" r i w' ' tiv ; i ' ' JL i "V&Vi .- 1 II r ! 'mK 5. Wi Jf : ' 14 Published Weeklyby tlie Students Optimist Office Subscription Per Year. .. Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST 1 " Members of Texas EVERETT s Editor - VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manugcr Assistant Editor..... - William Gray Sports Editor.:........ G. B. Shclburne Ji. Assistants - Bcrt.Ezzell Omar Bixler Otis Jacobs News Editors: '. Trine Stnrncs Elsie Green Features Religious - Editorial : Staff Poet Reporters: Evalina Slater Elizabeth Brewer Waurinc Tittle John Kirk Estclle Duckworth English 332 students. Associate Manager Rcuel Lcmmons Assistant Manager Luryl Nisbett Collections Doyle Allen Circulation Manager - Edward Clcndcnncn Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at " Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. && 3 ARMED WITH On May 30 1933 approximately forty-eight seniors free white and most of them twenty-one will step out armed with a dip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 April 1933

S" MMiiiMMiifciM-- ' vuhGWi&ptt.ixnnuiBcasuMsiiA 1 j . V J .' "A w J ' i it y-iuma-i i 'R-X) . . - THE'OPTIMBT M& V' I $f A ' - ' '" By Bort Ezzoll Karly in the morning our Wild- cats leuvo (or Austin to take on to Texas Longliorns in what promlsca to be n thriller. Per- sonally I hclioVc tliu Wildcats stand a hutter chance of defeat- ing the Longliorns this year than ever before. The Aggies bout them in Agglcland last Saturday 70 to f0 and several of the times compared favorably with thoso made in the meet hero Saturday. Far instance in tlio 100 yard dash Meyer of Texas ran a ton flat while Wilson was clocked in 0:0 In the 220 Meyer ran a 22:3 while Wilson's time vas 21:8 but don't think 'for a second that Wilson has these races won becauso Unit Meyer can make anybody step and Wilson knows it. Wilson should have quito ft time with- Stafford in the broutl Jump too as Stafford leaped 22' 5" last Satur- day. Nowcll should win tho High hurdles while Stafford may give him troubl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 April 1933

i ! ! IBIMI I Tiim.i -i'i'M""l""fJi" MMMMMMMMM : VK. t '. ' . - ... ' ' ' iii i ii i j i iii i J f ' fr . 5- H: v- i m. HHl SH&iaa; Waifwjii l3fi&tl JK CZIsflfJo h L U 1BI " H- 'Wli I B -- - " I SOCIETI TiapaaariwiW'iiit'iiMtJJWMHBHHtrtMHRg i) f G. A. TA ENTERTAINS KO JO KAI AT LUNCHEON FRIDAY AFTERNOON Tho Gain Club entertained the Ko Jo Knl Club with a luncheon in tho Abllono Club Lunch Room Friday March 31 at 1:30 o'clock. A welcome was mado by Wllma Kendrlck president of tho Gatas. Tho guests seated at a long tablo dccoiatcd In pink and grcon an(l( carrying tho Eastor mow were served with llmo cocktail chick- en a la King on waffles aspara- gus tips lottuco and tomato sal- nd hot rolls and tea with straw- berry sundae and cakd for de- sort. After tho meal Wllma Ken- drlck presented Rosamond McCol- lum president of tho Ko Jo Kais with a basket of Sweet Peas Elizabeth Nelson Is Hostess At "W" Club Seated Tea The gold room of the Hilton hotel was tho scene of a seated tea g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1933

moTv; B?R . ktt.a." Wl Bl .'il V . II TfV ' '-JVt f "" " ' T-Tir- l.i. ' . -jr . i ' . . df Ci w f .... - ' V. ..'' f P . K ' - '.t ;i FRESHMAN EDITION vw-rti T7 .K.K .. Yi k .r V ' " 'C'' ';' . XWBR."'- " CLASS OF '36 21 .Ai "J-&3 r4 - ' -W 9 KK. Tfijfl'-vlr' H L f ifl Slll iJc BULnVT Bl HVHfto4HferHFp9r 1 1 CLASS OF ' '36 I 1 i? ' 3 v W ; i i- i . 'tt Vol. 20 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS APRIL 27 1933 I N0.27 J ! ' A. I U v. tW. If- i w I I-W it m H U 9 V u u V i r t Wildcat Speakers Close Successful Forensic Season A. C. C. Holds Tourney; Morris Says Best Debate Year The Ahllonc Christian college debnto squad coached by Don II. Morris lias earned many honor. for the schools during tho year in forensic activities. Tryouts for selection of tho squad were held soon after tho Christmas holidays and since that time the success of tho wild- cat debaters has been watched with increasing interest by tho students. Under tho direction of the coach and Jack Pope forensic mana...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1933

-i b'U IJffftWMftfcBfflni yfflTiTVHmgBUMi"-'-"ft-Tf' w r W" w J a u m trjsm 1 ! ' t r i. i Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College 4 Optimist Office Subscription Per Year. Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST ii Members of Texas EVERETT Editor - f VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manager r Freshman Editor '.. Assistant Editor Feature?1 Editor Society Editor. Religious Editor .'. News Editor Sport Editor. Business Manager Advertising Circulation Entered as second class matter J Abilene Texas under TO A SOPHOMORE A sophomore is a parasite with off the fruit of his freshman year and drinks at the fountain of angle affairs. It seems that our sophistication which arises from the spring of juniors. He clothes dear students association proxy himself in a glass house of acquired aristocracy and settles down has a little competition from A to sec how many adages he can break with stones. Yes and like the1 g. jiti which competition visited beautiful green parasite the frui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1933

.m ihiaaaaumafttttummmaNiiumiiiiwii n ! 1SPV- I;4 's - ' It.' J" " ' " ' THE-OPTIMIST ' 1L; Page Three 'PIMg &. .& "? nM $ ; ?ffl Kt 'j .. u . -'"- M " J 1" - J. & m v ft il -- k: . - i I I . t w .YY&aBJKi CATS TAKE EIGHT IN A. & M. MEET ! -. -- Wilson Wns High Point Honors Monday With 15 21ST. RELAY WIN Green Betters Southwest Conference Record In 440 Although defeated in total points Abllcno Christian Col- lege broko even in first plnco . wins Monday in a dual meet with A. & M. nt College Stutlon. "Dog" Wilson with victories In tho hundred nnd two twenty yard flashes loeother with a vie- tory-in brortd Jump took Individ- ual honors of day with fifteen points! " ' Green tho A. C C. flier sot a .'110 record of 18.7 second-. This nlso beat the Southwestern Con- ferenco record of 48.8. Another retoid to tumble during' the day was that of the sixteen pound i shot. Irwin of A. & M. tossed It a mere matter of 48 feet 11 inch- es. Worth WaUdns elongated jumper ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1933

&9EiHHHjH -T U I iim ! I !! iwi 1 1 1 I ! imiw Ml H . 1M i iini ill I iie"mrKmFmBmswmk v.iMHnwTiflnniiiu fmoHEHMHKBVviHHHri.manKi Kaiwi .inz: esaro . ItfHS i- mjnk'VJb. I- I iSf' m m Ift c '.el & W$' b ' SMrty ' Page Four . f 1JSJK - WhtfHMHHrtHMHHMnHHHUffiHBHBHBBHHHHR SOCIET1 jffiMaaafflliUMIUtMim P.A.L.S. Honor Mrs. Ed Austin With n kitchen shower for tho liriilo as Its feature tho PALS With Misses Emalyno Blovlns und L. 'C. Fisnor as hostesses entertained for Mrs. Eil Austin nee Fay Powers former student of A.' C. C with a surprise shower Tuesday afternoon. -The kitchen shower wus pre- sented to tho'honorcp on a love- ly 'decorated table with a doll drcssod ns n bride serving as tho center piece. The color scheme of pink and green was carried out in decoration of rooms and pinto fuvors. : Delicious refreshments were Rcrved to tho following: Pnul- Ino Hicks Helen Stanley Ag- ics Clark Maxino Hughes Es- tollo Duckworth Rcba McKlnnis Lllllo Mario Cook. Mrs. J. B. Ncoly membo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 May 1933

SOPHOMORE EDITION r Lr 0 ' A i re mi .. lilJ 3 Be At The Play Contests !:;. ... i w "f ; ' V. . - $? Vol. 20 AUILENE CHIIISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS MAY 4 1933 . NO. 29 'ii v.-ot !i fcr 'H V ' M ' Nt '-.. 4 JU't: M! J ii . - - Inter Glass Play ; TournamenCldBe Held Friday At 8 Freshman Won Last Year; Four Inlays Will Be :-. Entered CASTS ARE NAMED ;-Utley Harrison Brewer ....' And McKinzie To Supervise '"' Four one-act plays will bo pro- sphted bye three collego classes ajjf 'tlid a'cademy in the annual piny tournameftt sponsored by tfio MdlpomWan Players Friday night in Scwoll auditorium bo- Itln'rilng at 8 o'clock. ''Pink and Patches" directed by "' Brtan' McKinzie Will bo tho acad- emy offering. Homes Utloy will ' direct tho freshman pla ''The Wedding" by Klrkpatrtck. The sophomores Will give "The Hour Glass" by Ycatts directed by Mao Red i Harrison and tno Juniors will gtvo "Tno Valla'nt" directed i by Elizabeth Browcr. The playK .arc widely varlent in type but thoy will bo Jud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 May 1933

mv r 5 I I". aKT : I V. t I i!SSS!'s3"i ill 33flKSBI&i Published Weekly by tlie Studenta Optimist Office Subscriution?Pcr-' Year........iw..... i-..-a.....i...$l.0 .'Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders .Payable to ' th OPTIMIST. ABILENE! TEXAS' THE OPTIMIST S-. .- A'cffilksrS. J?C.J-exn8 Inter.ColIcgiate Press Association. EVEHETT Editor - VIRGIL BERNARD Business Manugcr !' '' i'l "ft A Sophomore Editor...-......; .-.-. ..- Associate Editor : Aitnnt Mitor vUWrn PAUnr . .' Society Editor. Religious-Editor.: :..... Sports Editor Jtasiness-Manager...................i Associate uMnagor. Assistant Manager '.J'.'.'. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under COOPERATION Tlior ia n nrfnt ilonl wriiiiMi V is 'doubtful "that 'such" an' important and. indispensable element of $c&ss'can evcflbc over-emphasized. Team work is needed in every Ijmas.e' of. undertaking. ''United vc .stand dividedt we fall" is a !afqtemcnt that echoe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 May 1933

W S & M $ .f :i "V I .V- Jt -i-. i NT '? 1.7a 4' ai Wl 'U lira 1 -iff t 'it V v w a:c. c. netmen win 1 A . ... - I t T Varsity Victorious Over Southwestern " Moore Reynolds Healer Pope Make Trip Botjj vn.rsity and freshman not- men of A.C.C have won moots by tho same score 5-1 during tho last week. Saturday at George- town tho varsity team took five matches and left Southwestern university only ono. Friday tho fish hit the samo pace with the Simmons frosh. Pour men Moore Reynolds Pope and Healer competed at Georgetown. Each man played n singles match and they teamed In the order named for the dou- bles. One singles jnntah wi their solo loss. S Summary Summary of the varsity meet ( with Southwestern Singles -Moore- defeated Jackson 02 11-9. Reynolds defeated Mercer 02 6 3.; ' . ticlgh defeated Pope 0 3 0-7. Healer defeated Cross 0-1 0-7. Doubles i Moore uid Reynolds defeated i Jackson mid Mercer 0 4 0 3. i Pope and Healer defeated I Leigh and Cross 7-5; 7-5. In the freshman meet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 May 1933

1 ?ras ''uUkJk1 nCttSO mSr 4 CnKftiMfli :"Wr (MM i f .TV-- 1ST At lY&t m lis Vf ft ' ' VtVj. t" I i. aj?Bpf TV MOiUflBMHMiKMHm & sdcref y if 1i iimi minim ili'milim jKBWSgMPgBiBKfflBtggHaaai AY) I KA1S.VF.ATURE GLJ7B BREAKFAST Mi&sefc Ptlikctt and uublson vero hoatcas' to the Ko Jo Kul uml matrons of tho clrls' dormi- ttry with a breakfast Sunday morning al sovpn o'clock in tho home economics lab. Tho tnblo was attractively dec- orated with appropriate place cards and it center nlcco of red roses. A menu of Rrapofruit tggs bacon Jelly toast and cof- fee was served tn fiftoon guests. I ThCfcucsts Included: Missos Nelson Watson. Blrchltt and bishop Rosamund McColluin Lucile Watson Marcarct Askins Grace Llttleficld. Eloise Powell Iris Dodson. Winnie Mac Alien Maurlno Simpson Bobby Caulk Ndrvene Cramer and Gwendolyn Walker. P.A.L.S. DECORATE WITH MAY ROSES In celebration of May Day bo- quets of roses were nlaccd in tho offices of the administration building by members of tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1933

wn-sv. r mf m . nwmwmmmmmmmm W"':K .v'r?y7-'.. JV"j Hi r" . f H-ir ' fri r 2i ' . um&$ .aV::- .- AbUcMc CWUtij wr "AC ' & -W r t .'J 4. ' " " " T;." ' - IW c" . '. c Welcome To The Wildcat - r jGampusFreshmen! Greetings Upperclassmcn Glad You're ''Back! f i.'' ii-'- '.'. i. mi "The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life."--ALBERT EINSTEIN - M . ' . . I I jw I) Hl T A" M M- . V . I i . ' (' ; V It lLJt " . IK ' i r VS JKB1OT - -y..jnrtr. Vol. 21 High Mark Reached In Early Enrollment This Year Colley Selected! To McMillan Resigns To Devote. Full Time To Teaching PRfeACH AT HAMLIN Colley Assumes Duties Asi. Minister On October 1 Tho t-calgnntion of E V. Mc- Millan tendered In Jnminry of this year became effective last- Sunday when he addressed the college Church of Christ far the last time as local minister. In rellnciulsflilng his present office McMillan takes over full tenchinp duties in the Bible department of tho college where jhc has heen partly occupied slpcchis comin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1933

'""' '" ' ni ' "" 'i r i f . r i.'i.iin'i... i''". Mfc W . WVV '- . . ... . 'iT. .l . '. T' v: j mini mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m WI m m Page Two IKI OPTIMIST m fc I. i.f Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College ' Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per1 Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the p(7itoffice at Abilene Texas undcr.Act of August 24 1912. " ' WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief A REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF G. B. SHELBOURNE i W00D1E HOLDEN 4 - BERTEZZELL MAY REE'HARRISON- 5 ESTELLE DUCKWORTH fa& MILDRED WILLIS LUCILLE WATSON ; " OTIS JACOBS Your Optimist And Mine The Optimist is the medium of new for students and faculty members of Abilene Christian college. Its purpose is to paint the campus as it goes with or .without offense to friend or foes. It aims but to re-echo the voice of college life here on the hill. The staff is not composed of literar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1933

I?' ... ;'- ';Vi ff-'-.'iljVA . ''?. Ki . . -r s i :T.i'i ' - ' ' - . ; . - -V'T THE OPTIMIST -a .. : Pago Threo 1 1 I . A ' my.ww . .1 i ? f "yra. j'fwwnna.n ov"rftu.wi u t ?iJ!mL Vk-.ii'M)tifr! ' v .' "wr ii.-.-y.. nn;:n':' i r... .. ' sw .imzaKSZt irs jt . ' jLU.T"ii-ii" i'j.it iy.afcj.Ja(if t . . i -' " . nyvy-ijix.t ? iiTiiJllr iV ' . -fid M'A.SKr UI11!1 i'l MliiBHUiM i I ml vt IHflWHUl 1 1 iBllnraiwrflnBTrTlTTMWMrnTMf ml till JT XIJIUSIinuMtJirajMlwt MUTMIVTnuiulm ifW7.w7'Hh9' .' - -v I'fT - uriri.ri i r -- - t -i--"-ahaMfiiit ' rVgmTPrfffrt'-t! r.-ii-. ti-j- --ifffMrtru. ' t sibtoimls3 ws-jy jf vr-i: j- (r" j ""fv.1..! r 4 . ' .. .-.M i f :. . . ' ' " . ' HV . '"1 ' .' ' ' Bearcat Lou J? i t trtli-llO t'41il tolll nxtr.. t.tilnr. int FIRST jollcgo 'In Alillono TIiIr year. 1 lid -my full four ycnrs. I'm uro ho opening of Uio'cIiooIb .will Ito "JOSE" TO "LOD" ON SHOPPING -if. Or COURSE ONE OF THE places you imist go Is WAD 1)1 NOON'S. It's ni 250 Cyprcsn. Thoro you'll find beau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1933

.Page Four TME OPTIMIST ... 5fc EX-STUDENT NEWS f 1 I Cupid Rejects POND-LOCKE Tho marrlago of Miss Pnulonn Elizabeth Pond unci Mr. Claurio B. Locko Jr. wns solomnlzoil on August 20 at 7:30 p. m. at tho Methodist parsonage at Pampa flov. C. A. Long pastor of tho church officiating. Tho hrido and groom wero accompanied hy Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Dial. ' On their return to Miami where thoy will mak0 their homo tho couplo woro presented with n luncheon by '"Mrs. D. F. Talloy. I Mr. Locke a graduato of Abl- lno Christian college also was graduated from th0 Miami high school. Afterwards ho attended an aviation school at March Field California. Ho has been In business in Miami for tho past low years. BLEVENSCOLEMAN Miss Emalyno Dlevens and Leon Coleman were married in Alius Oklahoma on Juno 0. Doth wero prominont students on the campus last year. Tho former Miss Dlevens was a ju- nior in collcgo and a member of tho P.A.L.S. and Mr. Coleman was a senior In tho Academy and a Maverick. Thoy aro a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1933

Bl mauMmnAuwmm n H " ''. s." . t W-r' . y11 yvf"li ii tv " vw- v . I TME OPTIMIST lage FiVo riif Mfenfnnf WiftrnffTtr-- jf'M- flMfrfi: .jit "MRrjitcririiT: huw r n iff i Yiti ifii i -jif r i . v . n'.'wwpi M w lap A fficWjw " JL2U 1TW4 tt -a 8I$ v rTLii Jrr i. r K. 88 .!..". IK Kf - r ; i& hy w V ai l fi w w oi SOClE-T'-g FIVE MEMBERS OF KO JO KAI T TO START YEAR rs ' Tho Initial mcoiing of Kojoldl girls' social club was hold Tucs day afternoon with ono visiting Kojokal present Gwendolyn Walker. At tills mooting plans and prospects' lor this yoar's so- cial life wcro discuHHcd along with tho election of a secretary- trcaiurcr Wlnnio Mao Allen. Edna Ptfckott olectod to that po- sllon could not rcttlru to school 1 Tho live active momhers of the club who have returned to the campus arc: Maurlno Stlmson Wlnnio Mao Allen Elolso Powell Babe Llttlcflcld and Lucllo Wat- son. Skipper Of Sub T46 Announces Positions ' For 1933-34 Cruisei With fourtcon members of )hc fcrcw back in school fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1933

. ;y- " l -Pago Six i ' " ' ' TMS OPTIMIST . 4 " u . r ' ' u II . L - . . . h j. . . . n l . i. I uu TWENTY NINE PROSPECTS OUT EOft VARSITY FOOTBALL CREW TUESDAY Gridiron Workouts Daily; New Equipment IssucU With 23 prospccls reporting for football practice Monday after- noon reinforced with sk more "Tuesday gridiron drill Is In full sway for. A. C. C.'s gridiron hopes. Practlcnlly now equlpmont was issued to all men Drills begin at 3 p. m. and closo at 5 or 5:15. Tho Wildcats' chances of a winning season .depend largely on tho efforts put forthby the lelormcn and tho way In which tho recruits from last year's freshman team come through. Ono trahsTcr Carter from Freed- Hardeman will add strength to thq team. Tho weakest position seems to lie at guard. Duddy M6scr( light- weight lctterman Is the only reg- ular hack for this placo Don Nelson Kirby Dawklns and Per- ry Mason will bo bidding for the other gerth. Jako Qray Is expected to start most of tho games ut center with Dcrt Ezzoll ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1933

W &!' VI "I f' 't- HFv- M lrtjK W . W " '-.. "5" iuhny. hwi.inw5W'iiifTH'ii.li) -ti rift n -Mdiia iM.ui tt iin-ii-1- !-- hnfi-r y -'"I" --&.-t.-. - rifTirfa .rasr Mtt O $y tw & v .j -; .i?& :?? m rj PP V .. 1 I oil - W - 1-1 - Have- Your Pictures " '": t Made-Next 'Week"' ' t. W v. ' i . J- .. Read TheiOptinlist""" Advertisements J. 9l r i Vol. 21 -.-. 1 4 tXP.A.' Convention In - Spring Is Big Event Of Season Trine Starncs president of the Press Club has issued a call for a meeting at 1 p. m. Friday in room 12 of all' students either old or new who wisl to do work on the business or the editorial sides of the Optimist and the Prickly Pear. "It is especially important that freshmen and new students who are interested in journalism attend this meeting" he said. The re; quirernents for membership in the Press Club specify that "each ap- plicant must have written twenty gallles for' publication or iiavc worked sixty hours on the busi- ness side. The Press Club is one ot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1933

.- ' ' " """ i' "in1 ' liTlHiri Hi liTWlWIMIHMmH " "'"7 Vhfi jWG jiiJfflttSffSryB life '--. - ' ' ftKOTKpr .. (Pago Two . BR!'". - Safe- fffvW' i THE OPTIMIST iijsmm. Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwell Auditorium Subscription Per Year ..81.50 $ w $ It. L Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Intcr-Collegiotc Press Association Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the ptfjtofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GKAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Dusincss Manager Editoiual Staff G. B. Shelboumc Sports and News Trine Starnes News Bert Ezzell Otis Jacobs Will Forehand Sports Wildron B. Shcrrod Marlin Caruth James Taggart Margaret Bell Features Harvey Childress Reiligious Estelle Duckworth Mildred Willis Society Homer Utley Administration Businf.ss Staff Foy Brantley - Marjorie Adrian TOAST TO ALMA MATER Stand ye Wildcats grads and exes an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1933

t I h4 I ' r ' r'f V 'SOCIETI SUMMER MARRIAGE OF MISS GRACE LITTLEFIELD IS MADE KNOWN HERE Coming as a surprise to her friends was the announcement of tho marriage of Grace "Babe" Lit- tlefield of Elida N. M to A. . Evans also' of 'Elida N. M. in the home of the Church of Christ min- ister. The romance of the couple starjed when the couple attended high school together in Elida. Miss Littlcficld was an out standing student on tho campus. Among her many honors was her membership in the Ko Jo Kai club an outstanding member of the Kitten Klub and her sopho- more year was her class repre- sentative to the Kitten Klub Kami- vol. She was also a member of the Press Club and her sophomore year was a representative to the T.I.P.A. convention. Miss Littlcficld was especially talented in music. Last year she save her junior piano recital and served as musician for the choral club. Mr. Evans attended West Point last year. Both Mr. and. Mrs. Evans plan to attend the University of Mex- ico this y...

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