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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1933

waiKni9WrtflHWfl THE OPTIMIST - 4 - 4 . Wildcats Win Season's Grid From McMurry Indians r r i ft I Mam v By John Simmons Folk did we 'have a Home Coming1!? I will let you guess fpr yoUrs is as good as mine. What would you call it when 2500 people tuni out to cat our barbecue end when a number of them have at one time attended the institution and arc hack for the first time. Others that live in the city and nearby towns that arc interested in the college. . The best fotball game of the season for the two teams was en- gaged in. 5000 witnessed the niost exciting hardest fought game mai nas ueen witnessed in this city for many a mon. Every1 player on both sides did some splendid playing. You cannot mention one player's name with1 any mote praise than you can any' of the others without doing an in-' justice to the other men. Unless it is the name of the boy with the golden toe. The cotton headed youth that gave ACC here three' point? the same three points that won the game for the Chris...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 December 1933

- ':.' 7 :fhe Qptomist-a firms v the Pessimist derifes ?e ' ein. - r:Sll Vol 21 "; ' . ' ' ABlLENE'CHmjTIA'gfijjLECEitlL'ilME TEXAS TIIUnspAY-DECEMl)En 14 1933- . . Number'; W Cox Makes NCCA &t Meet An4 Convention lArotuid CThe air .... Announcements in chapel about the holidays rod and green lights in Zcllner Hall and mistletoe unusually fre- quent excursions to town and flat pocket bosks freshman books freshman English classes writing compositions on Chrsitmas. Already in -iipitcof the sunshiny spring- ish weather we get occasional whiffs of chilly starlit nights lighted windows bells enrols snow ingredients of the grand old Christntas spirit. And around the Lair it seems that smiles arc a little ibrfght- cr handshakes a trifle more rnrHtnl nml liollnu rn.r willi I a truer note of sincerity. It's' great to be on the campus of. A.C.C. and to have going home to look forwaril to. And still further adding to the jos of life is the news that we hae twelve holidays instead of ten as...

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

.-2" iWr."-t:f " ""1" " "i ' "a .? is: . if rn ? MP'--. " v - -. EfaKO Two '"' ":"v SEE: .''u. f." ' gjtassft Published Weekly by the Students Vd -Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium -Subscription Per Year 'Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas JEstered u second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffiec at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief ' : REUEL LEMMOtis Business Manager Editomal Staff & C. Shelbourne Assistant Editor Hoy Rec Harrison Homer Utley Herschcl North Walter Dough eriry Wesley Mickie Elisabeth Brewer; Foy Brantley Leo . Healer :. ; News JSert Eiaell John Simmons Will Forehand Otis Jacobs Harold Showalter Sports Wildring B. Sherrod Margaret Bell Marlin Caruth Walter Taggart . . --- Features .Ilarvey Childress Woodie Holden - Religious Estelle Duckworth Mildred Willis Winnie Mae Allen Society Reporters: Journalism" class. Business Staff JFoy Brantley..... ...Assistant Business Mana...

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

V-'d f ' 'fl 9wtatit ' i ". " ;.' JWWt.njwyT'VI" T.TriSW.T'")-"' '" ' 'V'T-y .f-; ' - - v " r "to ' w "JPWWPWf T- v .'flfflarMBWlBCKiiVr t . . ' --.---. -...- - . - .. - -' i-. H9PM ' . S O C I E t y v3W Pago' Three News o" Recent Marriage of Miss Tucker Received Collegians Ask Old Santa For Everything Except Street Car Service to The Classes By Wilciring B. Sherrod Dear Santa: Please make a new mail route to Dodge City so I can get more than one letter a day and a special on Sunday. Omar Bixler. '. Of unusual interest to student and faculty members was the news received here of the mar riagc of Miss Genevieve Tucker of Los Angeles California to Mr. Scott Leinenback. Only close friends of the two families were present having been guests at a dinner preceding the ceremony which wasnald-by Brtd ther Wriftht. minister of the Church of Christ. Mrs. Leininback is the lovely young daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. Ii. Tucker of Los Angeles and a -sister of-Kenneth Tucker of Abilene. She was enr...

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

;Sci.uirt ...-.tw- . . . Lt VIA? fj " r """ ' WIPMI lipiWWItlllHllfcUW llilH I W' 'V nue FTunT - ' iV i ii. tiipMiMm mmi BPWi?wS AS.VSWW'" v ' . "JC '' . .. ft f) eji I I rtMB?agi Four tft By JOHN SIMMONS Football is over and ACC won for herself a tic with McMurry for third place in the conference standing. They lost second place to Howard Payne by not playing as many conference games as the Yellow Jackets. They not only won the honors just mentioned but placed two ot her stars on me an- conference eleven. Little Bill Maxwell the spark plug of the Wildcat scoring ma- chine tied for third in the con- frni-i Sfnrinrr Willi Dillon of St. Ed's and F. Smith of McMurry I with 30 points. Dill is the most dangerous safety man in the con- ference as well as one of the baseball carriers. It seems that Bill's fame reached outside of the Jconference. He has just won for himself the honor of being the first ACC football player to re- ceive honorable mention on the all-American teams. Bill is one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 January 1934

Thursday January 4 1034 -OPTIMIST- i h f )l" -"' SOCIETY Exes Honored With Party Miss Maxlno HUrIics entertain cd with a party in her hnino Inst Saturday night at which several ex -students who wore at home for the holidays were present. Tho guests enjoyed relating' col lego experiences and then asscmht cd at (ivo tables tor progressive "42". A pink and green color themo was carried out in tallica and table covers. Tunnfish sandwiches ollvc3 potato? chips assorted cnndloi cacs and hot chocolato were serv- ed to the following: James Cham hers Luclo Smith Jerome Reese Pauline Hicks Mr. and Mis. Hoy Stono Colbert Gray Mildred licks Foy Drnntlcy Estcllo Duck" worth C V. Cecil Dallas Knthcr. Ine Smith Herschcl North Ruth and Helen nccsc Paulino and Elizabeth McMillan Carlos Leg- jot Harrison Monroo und the aostess. MRS. ROSE HONORS DAUGHTER In her homo on Washington Doulcvard Mrs. Rachel Roso en- 'ertalned with a watch party New VearV n'ght honoring her daugh- ter Gladys Rose who teaches...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 January 1934

-OPTIMIST Thursday January 1 1831 i By John Simmons he WildcaU open up their case season tonight against squad of Oilers from Petrolia. On the visiting team will be Sal tv Allen a letter man on the Wildcat team last year. The Oil ers are supposed to have smooth working team as most of the teams that play for oil com panies do. They are usually composed of college men as that seems to be the popular piace 10 go for work these days after fin- ishing college cither to some oil company or a tilling station. The Oilers con look for plenty competition from the Wildcats Three workouts since the holidays the Christians looked smoother than they did before the holidays when they had the game with the Freshmen. There is more team work than before and with game or two the Wildcats will be finding themselves and play' ing some real basketball. The return of Watkins makes a great difference in the floor work ol the Christians. Worm has failed to get the tip off but very few times in bis three ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1934

- - ' I j Jf V 1 MUf i Frf i. MLmsr 4hm H May The Cats Win All Games on Road Debaters Let's Win Honors ForiACC At . Baylor- Trip ABILENE OHmM? The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life." &. 4m Im f 1 rHilttl x - - . i JfJ3KiJWiLf LL 1 ML Vol. 21 Cat Cage Artists Will Meet NTSTC Eagles In First Foreign Dispute GAME IS TONIGHT TEAM WILL ENGAGE AUSTIN COLLEGE AND FT. WORTH QUINTETS ALSO Remaining days of this week bring the Wildcats into three for ign cage disputes bringing the cek's total to four game. Next home apnearance will be Tuesday night against the Yellow Jackets of Howard Payne. The out-of-town schedule begins tonight as the Morrismcn face the North Texas Eagles at Denton and con i"ues Friday and Saturday nights i nst Austin College Sherman n i n Fort Worth team Texas and Pacific Coal and Oil Com jany respectively. NORTH TEXANS TOUGH Simmons' easy victory over the North Tcxans Monday night cemed indicative of a weakness that should admit a ray of hope for the Christi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1934

r1Jijgigft' HMtatVwUu - - ... . i ' (ltd fv Hy JVI Thursday January 11 1031 " ' -- ' "r"7'' 'un-l ' )' '" rt?!i.4 sli.. iMlttffiUlMMWt -- ''v rf t - i . .m - ' v yr'yvTi1 '"If '"l1; 'liniiT iwiff iiniW IIHTin iiw m lin i .. I'C ' . H" m -- . -r - - pi. .I in- rrtrf'n it mi lirn-"irtrTMfrtrnhiirr-TTrrTfTrlr ""' ""-... . r-miBi - -miMcv. 'MtnntMii i . . " ' i ( i i ! i' '' -i ' " r" - i OPTIMIST -- ' ' - . . HW m?m.'mi II m I . m ? s i iftjft PllMtatlltrl W.trt.. t.. ll. Clnt.Hl. nt Al.ll.... n.r!.lin Pnllnna. WJJllUUBl VSM1CC CWCII IIUUMUIJUIII ' " i i . w jwii Subscription Per Year .41.50 Address all Correspondence and moke 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 postoffico at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. IDritten WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal Staff G. 13. Shclburnc Assistant Editor Wildring B. Shcrrod Trine Stamcs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1934

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1934

m HhEEtm Z5SWC" ". Thursday January 11 1034 Bsj: ft f- i -t i rr ' -OPTIMIST- w nir- it Thursday January 11 1934 i Byl John Simmons S Fnnilmll in sunnoscd to be over but you could not tell it from the .1 C ...1 !-.. T.anlinra Way UIO oouiuwcBiciii mw"-i ilaycd basketball. Aiuiougu iney inThnvn ft vnrv nice croun of ath- lc4 collected together (o rcpre- itnt idem on the court. They met a team when they went up against the Wildcats that was very near it..:. il Dnlv the Wildcats could noi iacKi; us '" ay away with it as could the teachers. The Christians surprised them with the strength that they show. cd Monday night. If the Wild- cats liad a hotshot to take Lefty Reynolds' placq they would havq defeated the teachers. The three nights that the Wild- cats played over week end show- 4 that it was no one-man team. Duo to the fact that no one man. .i ... .' nlinv the others any wo nluhu. The first night against the Petrolia Oilers Wat- f.?. .... i it. Kme Relit. He una nu3 ... - u .' ; r ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1934

i - ' Tr 1 t . . vd. ' ' .rol jr .' : i - v -1 - .y& A L t.:r - r ; jv n There's jSolac'e In The ltt A FactThatACC Is T;. ' 'I GoOn Term Plan . :: lIid Term Exams Won't Come Arotind Quite So Of tpn As Before- r-i rr T i - ' - '. :t i y f v - . - Vol. 21 Forensic Representatives Take Lion's Share Of Honors At W Club Initiates New Members hto ' Organization Fri. Elice McGregor Renders Selections At Piano New members of the "W" Club were initiated Friday afternoon in the Red Room of the Hilton Ho- tel. Following the ceremony of initiation which was directed by Miss Oma Belle Hixlcr new mem- bers were welcomed by the old members. Elicc McGregor gave a piano Bcleclion and following hot ten sandwiches ice cream and cake were served to Imogenc Schwartz Ruth Reese Margaret Edwards Crcssic Turner Louise Holden Dahlia Tanner Lucille Watson Estellc Duckworth Ernestine Oiesscr Adelaide VolfT Symmie Mae Gough Mrs. E. W. McMH- rf Ir.n and Elice McGregor new members and Oma Belle Hixlcr Edith ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1934

DWjlSSf Two Thursday January 18 1031 mm I z 1 m ffl mr QOpliuml Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editorial Staff G. B. Shclburnc - .Assistant Editor Wildring B. Sherrod Trine Starncs LeMoine Lewis Marlin Caruth Walter Daughcrity May Rcc Harrison . News Staff John Simmons .. :..Sport Column Estellc Duckworth Society Harvey Childress .'. Religious Woodie Holdcn Column Marlin CaruVh Column Wildring B. Sherrod ... Column Walter Daughcrity Column Wildring B. Sherrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell Features Business Staff Foy Brantley. J. M. Gilpatrick Marjorie Adrain Dora Frances Harvey...- ATTENDANCE Not every college and university requires attendance at chapel assembly. Not every college l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1934

fh . rrjr-j.t- -OPTIMIST - ' PftK '- t S OCTET! Miss Sarah King Is Wed To Weldon Echols Monday The marrlngc of Miss Saruh King to Weldon Echols of Dus- ter Texas was solemnized in the home of the bride's parents Mr. nml Mrs. S. M. King Monday January 15 at 2 o'clock. Tlic double ring ceremony was"1 read by J. P. Cfcnshaw minister of North Side Church of Christ in the presence of u few close friends and relatives. y inc unuc was wearing a tailor ed blue swagger suit witli acces- sories in grey and a shoulder cor- sage of pink rose buds. flmncjiatcly after the ceremony the couple left for Duster where they will make their home. After n few days the collide plan a trip to points near Eldorado and Stcr- Sub T 16 Convenes For Business Session In Home of Club Skipper On last Monday night sixteen seamen of the Sub T 10 boarded Jiarges and set out for Skippers Island at a fast clip. When it was found 011 casting anchor that one sailor had been left behind forthwith one of the fastest vessel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1934

RffS'fflSijJyjKyffifzifflffipffi ffiTCSj8HlgHaMOrai5L3M iKymS' 3iF'?'SraraMWirK?TJ J- T' 7 ' r Vjfj VtfYft?$ir$P(V$T m it y. " . v v . .' t ... o n fiPgi-uirsdaft January 18 1031 -Christians Win Over inss HtsmNi-jmmv OPTIMIST Thursday .January 19& X Howard Payne Team very By John Simmons The Wildcats have had a successful trip to Denton Sher- man and Fort Worth. At Denton the boys engaged in a very thrill- ing contest the game was tied seven times and the Eagles were leading by one point up until just before the final when Baldwin sunk one from the field that won the game for the Cats. Over at Sherman the Wildcats went up against a much improved squad than the one that Simmons U. defeated 85 to 30 the week be- fore. The Cats tried a gillion (more or less) but only sunk 34 of them. While the Kangaroos' scored 26. The Cats playde a much better game than the score indicates they had the ball in their possession most of the time. We arc sure hat you have not forgot how the Teachers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1934

v r-T-n r-rj ; &-.. f-u-t-f -s- . pj rt w.02;.a6"- - -" ijitrj. '' r ??'$ y 3 )rjpm 3 'iv5. ' wptv f V v.-.. r f A "?: -.J -i . . y. -o It 'Get Ready For The" Coming Lectures Attend Cjiapel On Friday Ivforning -i V9 - - - -.- - ' - r i . ... . av i - Vol. 21 -Annual Management Announces Staffs For Current Issue Twenty-Four Students Arc Helping' Produce Prickly Pear of '33-'34 Leo McClung editor places three on his staff in the capacity of associate editors. These are: ' Hcrt Ezzcl Muy Rec Harrison and Eugene White. Whito has heen in charge of the art produc- tion. The remainder of the staff: Ho- mer Utley features editor; Virgil Kcyes. sophomore class editor; John Simmons and G. B. Shel- u liurnc sports editors; Wildring jl). Shcrrod freshman editor; (Trine Starncs junior editor; Mau- Wrice Hohcrts senior editor; Eu- gene While art editor; Wilford Saylor associate art editor; Luryl Nishctt cluh editor; Woodrow Watson snapshot editor; Woodic llolden religious editor. Tlie Prickly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1934

ays&v:- -tflamEa wmmsmw T&rmmtoMMiimiiivmmitviimJmi0mi&WWtvftmimiim t I) Thursday January 25 1034 -6pfiMisT- en- .fnvgir? . t v m vi ay r ') .t.iii . w.w K. Ji IVJfii&Bfi 'Published Weekly by the Studchb of Abilene Christian College 't ' Optimist Officej So well Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Intcr-Collcgialc Press Association Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the pofetoffice at Abilene Texas under WILLIAM Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager 1 Editomal Gf B.rShelburne... Wildrintt B. Shcrrod. Trine Starnes. LcMoinc Lewis Marlin Caruth Walter Daugherity May John Simmons'. .. hstcllc Duckworth .. .... bocicty Harvey Childress ... . Religious Woodie Holdcn - Column Marlin Caruth ..... Column Wildrlng B. Shcrrod .'.. Column Waller Daugherity Column Wildring B Shcrrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell... Features Business Staff Foy Brantley. Assistant Business Manager J. M. Gilpatrick Second Assi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1934

MWfrsaffll i. !7vAitii ft.r.a? f .; ."fl Ar.y. .Thursday January 25 1034 -opt iMisif ' MmaiE'iyii& MRMMMHM!NMa 7W r I. V r i'.i. ''.). M Tt r.s r r P r SOCIETY Wruins" Is Name of New Social Club On Cdrnpus Miss Mary Hale A new social club the Bruins Was organized on the campus Jan- . UB'??' KT T.nn!1.0Vl"d. Entertains puimuiy uiiiii Jtunuuj ii is uh- lionnccd ns a combination of two former social clubs the Ki He Vams and D and IPs former so- cial clubs on (lie local campus. An attractive club emblem which is reproduced on the sweat- era recently purchased far that of a large white bear with colors maroon and white. Head of the club announce the purpose of the new organization is to promote friendship between the boys of ACC. Socials will be a part of 'he club activity and regular business sessions will be held every Tuesday. Officers of the new organiza- tion arc: Clcddic Harvey presi- dent; John McKinzie scc.-lrcas.) Hud Drvden recorder and Hill Maxwell fcrgcant-at-arms. Other ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1934

.w ajaa ?PWi? . w" i Jvrw ISTTv ?!$& v 7tS' 3p ' T - . I - I -HThjlr 7 r Z?y ojn Simmons Tlic Wildcats are holding their own in the race for tho onfcrcncc crown. It Js now in a three-way tie and the tio is between the thrco Abilcno colleges. The city of Abilene should he. proud of her colleges and athletic teams. But what is going to happen if the tic continues until tho last? And it looks like it will. Tho Cowboys cannot play any of the other teams in town. The Indians have improved to such an extent that they do not look like the same outfit. As well as the Cowbovs since the scrim mage witli the Wildcats at the first of the season A game between any two of the'tcams in the city would be plenty good. There should be a record crowd pros cnt for the Wildcat Indian clash The Wildcats have done a little improving themselves as wc saw last week when they played the Yellow Jackets in the nerve wreck- ing encounter. You had better start steadying your nerves for the game tomor- . row ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 February 1934

rW WQ&f fit m t -'. -v "v PATRONIZE OPTIMIST ADVERTISERS THEY PAY TO TELL YOU WHAT THEY HAVE "The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life." a Ostein. &Mv lit! 1 1 IxlItitrtliXl J- M i Vol. 21 ULPOMENE'N CLUB BEGINS WORK ON MYSTERY COMEDY FOR TERM PLAY "Lady Lilac" Is Title Of Winter Production The Mclpomcncan Dramatic Club lias begun work on its Win- tci term production. The play is titled "Lady Lilac" and is a three-act mystery and comedy. Those students who-were on the campus in 1931-32 will remem- ber tch presentation of "Cat 0 Nino Tails ' a play to which the current production is a sequel. ' The piny centers around n des- perate lady criminal named Lud) Lilac who has cont.nualljr evaded capture. A woman Sherlock Holmes takes charge of the case and the many events leading up to the climax will afford the audi- ence innumerable thrills and laughs. I The cast is compo cd of a group of both experienced and promising new members of the club. In the role of Miss Smith will...

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