ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Optimist, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 27,044 items from Optimist, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
27,044 results
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 October 1933

sV. -. 'wu- . . ': i : ; '.cLixikL .- iiiirrirtriiftTTliTTfyirniiiNMi'- SH-y-"W.rw QMititMwwfiiMiamwimijraHaawwniiey 'mil vw hI ' .y ' f Pngo Four THE OPTlMIgT TO. ft35FsP?as?51sGBra&S .iSJEt .' BHMBIiriJIIWIM ll.li HI IIM.I I I I I .i.l..'.- rimr i.ii . - - . . . .. . f L1 ! Hi? i s H ;'f-j ..'?. - i'c Cafe Intercept Passes To Wildcat Harriers Will Meet Texas . University T.C.U. Coach Wccms has at last fount some competition for his Wildcat Harriers. Texas Christian univer- sity Will meet the Cats in Abilene on November 2 when tho football team is slated to face Howard Payne. On Novcmbtr 17 tho team will journey to Austin to meet the strong Texas Longhorn Harriers. The feature of this race will be ithc duel between John Simmons lof ACC and Wilson of State. . Wccms announces that the men Will work harder than usual this .week on the two miles. Tho race with TCU will be two miles around the track at the Simmons stadium. All the boys will have a chance to run in the meet and the f...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 November 1933

' v jf'-9??7". ; 'J ; Y'' ' v-' ?&v ' 'g $f kv t?'M ' ' :r iw W v.w-. r. f; 7ft "W l-VVv Ht V w-h V fi . &. kj - 3.' V ? '& f'' It.-.'. mtr. J- VT ' jj $ vty.- vtfWW" "' 1 nMjiJkV-ja-.i JJ-.'- i We'll Beat The Jackets . Huh? Say rpsh' Hallowe'en Is Over! T.i . j ;.r i6S- - 4. V . !)VC'i T W"?:!'.' ilFME- UllWIM. 5. - 1 h t Vol. 21 Yellow Jackets Swarm Against Wildcats This Eve Twenty-Five Schools Receive Invitations From ACC to Engage hvWest Tex Tourney DATE IS FEB. 910 Local Debavte Body Will Seek Membership In National Pi Kappa Delta Invitations to participate in the West Texas Speech tournament to be held in ACC on February 9 10 arc being sent lo twenty-five colleges and universities in Texas New Mexico and Oklahoma by Trine Starnes forensic head here. Aspirants for places on the ACC debate squad have begun work for the try-outs scheduled for Novem- ber 21. Starnes has also written G. W. Finlcy secretary and treasurer for the Pi Kappa Delta national de- bating fratern...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 November 1933

4 U'' i rvriai"w nw8WfMwwwiww Page Two THE OPTIMIST W Jf Kt fVWWKMA1'AkimmBHHIWmHL jrBE'TlWU2irUMXLJi SVMflMMBMMMUHHMUM r&i;aHIHHBMKUBnmnranKnH8 '- - - aaa.i:Eag.i-.Ti-w ''"i """ww wmhwmw i i in ! mi i r - J. f fI? (Oiium.l .Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College i Optimist' Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice at Abilene lexas under WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editokial G. B. Shclbournc May Rcc Harrison Homer Utlcy Hcrschcl North Walter Dough crity Wesley Mickic Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer News Bert Ezzcll John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showaltcr - Sports Wildring B. Shcrrod Margaret Bell Marlin Caruth Walter Tnggart Features Harvey Childress Woodic Holden Religious Estelle Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mae Allen Society Reporters: Journalism class. Business Staff...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 November 1933

.. . .... . - " - -' . A ' - - '-Fh -; ...... . j; . ..j . .. - if ';. V.X" !fwn mk '. vr ur'-i &mr: .' ' ' I" -:' ''.". ' ? i ' i j vi 7 ; ". uc ' i $ -. ml 0F7IMM3 Pago Throo rv 'v . & . ;; ft fc.O W r?: e-F- - t?v 7 HV V WW.:' S ift .'' 2n. - "'.a1 &" SS? 3p H r &.- F': t f SOCIET1. SIXTEEN SEAMEN SAIL SUB BARGE ON MERRY VOYAGE Sixteen singing seamen lone- .some for the smell of flotsum and barnacle and maybe too their eyes'a-aching for emerald isles where maidens be manned the good Sub tub Old Tuscorora and land with its. Worries faded behind them While the tub took to the wa- tery road. At nine bells while the stem of the tub teased at a moonlight sea a shout rang out from the fo'cas- tic. Mary Frances Isle in the Sim- mons Islands had been spotted. Sails protuding like goblins' stomachs pulled liko mad at the hardiest hull that ever dropped an anchor and soon the Tuscorora was parking the body alongside the islet. bobs ot gobs and manners made their way through...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 November 1933

'.tf. Pi. WWrwWW!1 1 Pago Four THE 0PTIMIT LlLIILJLi'lPIWIIUf'JIIJIIltJULHIllWllWIIIlIIWUBMIIMm1 ' I 'I I Mil' mill WW liPlHWII ill I ""I mm ilP mill IWIil li I'llHIIIIWIHill1 WIiM IWWWi1 lil'WIIIIII1 llllWMillHMBWHIWtJWiWtoiti '''TBummmamBsamaneBmm a mmmmsru r ;wmrav 'i.nmiii i i ir rTnrrn mm.-n irpi rimi """ ' .' '' ''?'' ' '' '" ' '" ' -T1 - - ""' ' ' lljrVv t-"" i n " V 4 41 i ft v f 'A By JOHN SIMMONS Abilcno will bo ihe center of attraction this week and for fol lowers of tho Texas Conference football race. The two most important battles for the title thus tar will be staged by ACC vs. Howard Payne col- lege and McMurry vs. St. Edwards. The came Thursday night will be the opening of the home schedule for the Wildcats. It is the second conference gamo for the home club and one of her I hardest. The Wildcats are going . bHu w- . to need all the support from the twelfth man that they can get so come out all yc Wildcat fans and supporters and yeu for the fur- pic and White. Howard...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 November 1933

.V'! 'V. r v . W Put The Austin . "The Jump Let's Work Up A Big Wildcat Spirit For Homecoming re- V' f i V .'. L r -ri v r M Vol. 21 Wildcat-Kangaroo Game Armistice Card J.F.Cox Scientific Tenperuce Foundation Formed At Dallas by Bhck Of BaybrMHcd AIM EDUCATIONAL Scphi$s6h of Simmons University i Named President james.Ft Cpx of .A. C. C.jiBccptel . directorship in the iScicBlifc Temperance .-Foundation. new)y argamzqljUndere leadership of Dr. vJaies Harvey Black of Baylor Medical School in Dallas. Another Abilene school- man Prof. w A Stephenson of Simmons Jias aceepted place on the tatebordof directors. State offices .will be .maintained in Dal- las with 'R. -T .Rector pa qanag- inf director. The ouraoaetof the 'foundation will be tstrictly iucationl rid"; tuonunuca on nago vuiroc ACC-McMurry Parade Is Feature On Eve Of Homecoming Grid Engagement November 25 Rules On Women M JooSttkt Sajfljep Denying vthe proposition tlja.t the rules on young ladies in ACC are too strict J. C. Brad...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 November 1933

'i'M' ' "tfi&i&lLi rrtiwA mmttfwnwiwiMMMOwiiiiti - .w.vjtf.di;jl..'1. n wiwiywwwwffff Page Two THE OPTlMMtf r i.ii' v y 4W(. f IJW i j- i SB! il f ) JJ f'j t.Jf ' '. Wbti$yuwk Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College 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 Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor - REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal Staff G. B. Shclbourne - Assistant Editor May Ree Harrison Homer Utley Hcrschel North Walter Daugh- erity Wesley Mickic Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer. - News Bert Ezzell John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showaltcr - Sports Wildring B. Shcrrod Margaret Bell Murlin Caruth Walter Taggart Features Harvey Childress Woodie Holden Religious Estclle Duckw...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 November 1933

"ni'i?1" vpww wyf'ijjjwj w tv 1 I mHP v m hja n ir s o c 1 Sub T Rcet Carrier Of Gay Cargo Saturday With ail posts manned and a guest tucked here and there Sat- urday afternoon the good ship Tus'corora flagship for a fleet of rollicking Sub T barges bowed herself from stem to helm and1 leaped at 'ii swelling emerald sea carrying a happy land-sick cargo' to the fantasies and beauties or Sayles Haven Now a barso saucily swerving and making a subway of a moun-J teainous wave and now a clank ing barge creaking in every tim- ber as site sinks to axle tewice on limber springs but every captain with a weather eye on the watery road the fleet went bounding bounding on. ' Sayles Cove mountain climbing and mountain sliding boulder tossing and "let's-all-ge't-on-the-tabic rock (always room for one more and that's Lucille)" foot- ball and grass burrs a sip and a gargle at the fountain of youth merry rides on fore-decks (fend- ers) and the cook says "There it is take it or leave it." Sharpshooti...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 November 1933

V '..' . vy. . i i - .- y 'fi Ki . ".v'. ..-w -iJ - -..- u-. ""T-TrTTTTl -TZMT 7 T - Vt'w TP SitT . k frUfCKM Z n!MMrTiraSSr5 I : ft!- . v . tmHMVWH I i imi iim i iiiiimiii MMiti-wrTfnwttrtiTillTTIWI1TI?Wftftffi Kj "w"''y?1ffff.l--'rai'".1'.WiliaV.a-r'Lr A'HittaMjaWlrMaraiiri iiii i ir i ' . !MmmmmMMMMMMMMMPmmm!mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmPI I .1 ...i Hi i . i ii '!! MMM 11MJM1 I W lIM. il ! MM ! -!. TT . T"P-- T -" - " .-. - . ii in I in il i in I ill ' " -' - ' "" ii iii ii .in .i.i.i.iiiiiifill Tumi MiiiuiBl milHHHIIIII ( Ml' I IP I III ' I t ' uW H Pga Four ' OWIMHW ' '$. ijiijpW Twsarj By JOHN SIMMONS Thcro arc thousands of people in Abilcno that missed one of the best football games of the season Thursday on the ac count of a little cold weather. Those that saw the game did not have time to think about the weather for the interest centered on the game. That was the hardest wo have seen the Wild- cats fight in the three years we have uecn nere. iney kept right on plugging and hitting...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 November 1933

' Back Jrr Wr i jHp & pack m Hm 1 1 p Irtfi I 1riMl L - - - HhslHr V IlllilEI zil l Mi j 1 &: M& I K S-(." K fr &. fr" w i V S . 2ffllKAV Vol. 21 Javelinas Engage Wildcats This Afternoon . I.. i Scene Twenty Five Hundred People Expected to' Attend Largest ACC Homecoming 25th COMMITTEES READY Bonfire And Pep Rally Friday Night; Chapel Program Parade And Barbecue Precede Game Twenty-five hundred people arc expected to attend the greatest homecoming ever held at A. C. C. which gets under way at 0 p.m. on Fridayof next week. A huge bonfire and pep rally Friday night an ex-students' chapel pro- gram a barbecue a parade and the annual A. C. C.-McMurry grid wrangle arc highlight of the crowded program. diaries' Datnron principal of Winters high school and president of the Ex-Students Association called a meeting of the executive board early in October and ap- pointed chairmen of various com- mittees. The chairmen in turn re- jected their helpers and scleral weeks of diligen...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 November 1933

( .v.L'' jfflti fKIW!jp . f$ THE OPTIMIST fsywyyfgtlwwiMiwiwjwigiiB!.. -gyv rr.v ' . 1 1 Pogo Two In) I 1 1" In i I : 1 i if 1 9 9 i- I i- I ' 1" 'I ' ' 1 1 1 1 j Hi (Ll(lWi Published Weekly by the Students of Abilcno Christian College Optimist Office ScwcH Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the ptfstoffirc at Abilene Texas under WILLIAM Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editorial STArr G. D. Shclbourne Assistant Editor May Rce Harrison Homer Utley Hcrschel Nqrth Walter Daugh- crity Wesley Mickic Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer - News Bert Ezzell John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showaltcr Sports Wildring B. Shcrrod Margaret Bell Marlin Caruth Walter Taggart Features Harvey Childress Woodie Holden Religious Estelle Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mae Allen Society Reporters: Journalism class. Business Staff Foy Brantley ".. Assistant Business Manage...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 November 1933

.'' ...;-? '. - ' !?. ." .?: THE OPTIMIST Pago Throo ': 'V4W.'1W7$i?'.'.'jrJT.' " ". - ' ' v '' ''' -"' " " ' sFft. rv & i - fHWK SOCIET1J Ko Jo Kai Pledges Honor Club Member And Gaesi Tiny tents topped by miniature flags were place cards at the Ko Jo Kai entertainment given by the pledges Saturday night at the Ho- tel Vootcn honoring members and guests A tent surrounded by min- iaturo sodicra in khaki .was tha cchtcrniccc. Miss Lucille Watson club pres ident was mistress of ceremonies. Humorous impromptu speeches by the pledges Muriel Moore Helen Settie and Mary Alice Leathers were given. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morris were faculty guests. Other guests were Mary Alice Leathers Ardie No- well Helen Settle Lofty Walker Muriel Moore Curlcy Cooper Lu- cille Watson Charles Reynolds Maurinc Stimpson Harry Ward Eloisc Powell Andy Anderson Winnie Mac Allen and Buddy Moser. o Panhandle Club To Have Outing At the Panhandle Club meeting Friday afternon plans were made for a weincr roast at Cob...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 November 1933

V k affWMWWMMawi nliwiMim m. mmummi .a-.iftwswi rtWj WWt'ljW I tf UllUlMi f -. "'. mi l'cifiF wimvi.nnwM .. V' . .' .. ' 3f V r . .:.?; ' . ''-'-V - p Pago Four TMI OPTIMiax A - -t -1 'IKK By JOHN SIMMONS 'Well the Wildcats came out with the bior end of the deal against the strong Austin college crew. The Cats showed to be three or four touchdowns stronger al- though they only countered two omitting the one called back. Things looked tough in the first quarter when they were backed against their own goal line then lost the ball. The real strength of the Wildcat line was tested during those crucial moments. They came through Willi flying colors. Hay' den Pycatt came crashing through the line and throws a body slam into the passer for a 20 yard loss. Again the Kangaroos attempt to Eass and Hardcgrce and Camp ell get him for another loss. Austin college would very often find five men in their back field but the fifth man would help the ball carrier in the wrong direc- tion. It became a...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 November 1933

.Ziivj. vm; rv. YTfjvr;'' nTMBSWr"W (Hrw WW 4fMB mJT TT- a'3 wiTVtt V." ft- yf . t'STT' f tr-Ti-J c f-Tfj ''?.' 7W !?fjj" i " - ' "V " ' 'V --- -- . W...MWT i ' - - . -r kh r - r - ' i s"v"i; i I y-r ? A m - wVt4 V. -M ? 'v -i lffeW&jk . 3?MSf;8fiE p. f lb. kM - EWttfiriuwfa x;vff.J)VfiMmSli.4 IllMiJli fUliTtf 1 "HkU T " S ?m. nsv 2bJn t. . - . v .-T 7 -j- "Man-n 7OtS iv l- V iwm stteJ lv Vol. 21 wildcat Jndian Clashlop ACCrExes In Homeward Trek Exes Are Arriving To Attend ACCs Largest Student Homecoming Bonfire Starts Program EXES WILL WITNESS ACC PLANT WORK AVilcne Christian College's exes arc coming home Saturday to their Alma Maters greatest reunion President James F. Cox announced this week that the estimated fig lire of 2500 ex and friend at- tendants had grown to 3000. Of "top interest on the varied program -are: the giant bonfire tomorrow night and pep rally following the cx-Btudcnts' chapel hour Saturday -morning the barbecue the parade and the A. C. C.McMurry football ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 November 1933

'" ' f r 1 ...' z1 irv 9W :-. &3jppgVt LVj 3 Xtf alfiZ i! r vie .IS.. V .( rfCMWO $jftj$9fittti PuliliMied Wtwlclv hv this Students of Abilene Christian Collcce Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and w. THE OFflMlST AU1LKINE TiAAS Members pf Texas Inter-Collegiato Press Association Entered as second class matter June 20 1929 at the pofstoffice at Abileno Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editorial Staff C B. Sbelboume Assistant Editor May Reo Harrison Homer Utley Herschel Nortli Walter Daugh erity Wesley Mickie Elixabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer - News Bert Eziell John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showalter - Sports Wildring itfSherrod Margaret Bell Marlin Caruth Walter Taggato; itJfSM .....Sfc;. Features Harvey CKildresiWoodie'Holden ...- Religious E(Aeileii'cWprjliil.dred Wjllis Wirmie Mae Allen..-) .Society Reporter! Journalism class. -" .ftv.- Businksi Staff Foy Brantley.........

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 November 1933

s MNiMMWiii a m. -w f - A- vv.. t;-.-: . V - t v. e PW Threo . WnWffie.t&iuVnFl SrtiaHl new style shoes arc only $3.45 $5.00 at MIntcr Dry Godds Co. Ttcai. i ;. .m.i .w. ;.' ."a-. 4J n-r-i. t --d'tfejrnuaMjU. ( uiraosirj ?" .' if '. T HAVE TO WATCH . YOUR NICKELS 9 DON'T MIND! ' All xf us do these days Buthere's Blip: Fnday and Saturday are Remnant Days at ' Ernest Grissom's. Every department con tributes to this great event dresses nats shoes men's wear gift novelties and so on and so on lowest prices .imaginable. SO C I E T y Faculty Members Ate Entertained In WesidenCsBbme Friday Night The faculty members of Abilene! Mr. and Mrs. James F. Cox Miss v-nnsuun oucgc were cmcriaincu Friday night.in the home of presi- dent and Mrs. James F. Cox. The rooms were beautifully Junior Class Has Initial Party Of Season Friday decorated with roses and guests were entertained with an interest ihg program. Humorous readings were given by President Cox Mrs. Charles H. Hobcrson and Don H. Morr...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 November 1933

VvJ Ji . .jevniw r TrFT HHBbW - If i Foai the orratatn tf Hearty Welcome Welcome Exes May this be the brightest! Homecoming you have ever had! I7RY GrQODS CO. INC. WHCP.fr THC PMC& IS fUCrMT HOME COMERS . Where ACC STUDENTS TRADE '..'' S 7t .. 1 ' Wherever. You Are Make PANG-BURN'S Your Preference.. I . i 4 MMM 1 . . .. j i iw In . ..i mttx&ytrr tbttv 4V .ft v V THE CITIZENS National Bank ABILENE TEXAS Financial Backers of West Tefas Since 1902 : Special Prices On All Merchandise Until Present I Stocks Are Gone... $ 1 We bought before any anvancc and are in po- speak for themselves. Youwant mileage. We verify our claims by giving you the names of actual users. We carry everything for your car. Auto Heaters Horns Auto Parts Auto Floor Mats- Fan Belts Radiator Hose etc. DANIEL TIRE CO. 474 Pine St. Phone 6621 f I I r5 HELLO! I EXES 7 X i i 17I7I I AW ILLLUVI ' While you are in town bring a load of that old school spirit up in the Minis Building and we'll talk over old times MO...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1933

igljjgjaifigjajjjjjjgjgjrytajj ff- rt mwrQft $Vffl!W $! V'PPV'KJJ V'm.' -; ";r &$$? 'if SWKrv m. -t4tfU": in -mamvA tm y" " - v. . iU-H1 4 m - tv .p tt'n&'Kafc&f - ( "V.JRJ w I - . t Yet Once Again We'll Start Anew .' To Flunk No More Again. . "The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life. "&!& e.nstein. Vol. 21 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS TIIUKSDA Y DECEMBER 7 1933. i Number 11 1.1.1111. Iiii' i. -. .rrar - .;.-- -- u.t j -itf .m mil in it nil n lili fn .' ' wffl!f!w?w jJlr li3fKj?ljT . " ffiPtSSr ""i""(i jt iiif-irdW"' i ztfw' "mr v'Wm HHiiisttMiSfltffJhy - " v -r "' " - -'''"y't" "- ' ' i .. .- ' 'rii.r ... .1 SJT r-r - I "F-''lBIWll. "I 4WHHMIr College Barnes And Pope Are Selected As Number One Debating Team TO MAKE TOURNEY Utley Carter Favcr Stephenson And Isenhower Win Debating the question "Rcsolv cd That the powers of the Prcsi nl f 'he United Slates shovld In suu.iai.ria.y increased as a set tied policy seven young men were selected from th...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1933

c ."V'"' Wife-fe-" -"' ' ' " " ' ' ' . Ptif rmnrrwitini" .. 5"t il tMiJT"T""TT ."''' "'J'. " ' j..-.-. iS2w72 Pago 'Two THE OPTIMI3T u;- -jr -jb. V. ' V wwSSSFv7: i iMiMTiftfiiifidfldlMMMMMHBffWWMT"ffM i':- r l A '4 3 iitt5a?ii Published Weekly by the Students of Abileno Christian College Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the pwtoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager EDiToniAL Staff C li. Shcibourno Assistant Editor May Rcc Harrison Homer Utlcy Herschcl North Walter Daugh erity Wesley Mickie Elizabeth Brewer Foy Brantley Leo Healer 1...- News Bert Ezzell John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showalter Sports Wildring B. Sherrod Margaret Bell Marlin Carutli Walter Taggart .. Features Harvey Childress Woodic Holdcn Religious Estcllc Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mac Allen So...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1933

9HHHM9HHIlHHIIHHHiliHBflHMIlHMHHfifiili - r ff LM ?mm. .t1 i v a . ' c& fjft t- P tt;y . a. t Ft" " i-T V- ! Cu' 6."w" R. W. TO.'' v -W' :-. - fcH. . '.!'- r SOCIETY iifan Saf Party And Reunions End Fall Term .GATAS Enjoy "Hunt" Thanksgiving . : . Climaxing GATA social events for the fall term was the annual GATA Hunt held on Thanksgiving Uay November (). After witness- L TlJ T - . .1 ganic lliursduy 'morning the GATA's and their guests set off for Saylcs Ilanch where the re- mainder of the day was spent most cujoyahly. Included in the sports of the day were hunting carrying out the traditional theme "Hunt" moun- tain climbing and picture making The odd errands and traditional stunts of the pledges were also a treat to the members and guests. At 2 p.m. the gucits heartily contributed to the building of an Indian campfirc where coffer and turkey were prepared after which an elaborate Thanksgiving lunch- con of coffee meats salads cake and "what-havc-you-onThanksgiv-ing Day" was s...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x