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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 February 1934

i-cRreEESenvlv QSJ ftss ' M.r LV3&HSK1 ' -" jt rinTilfic-T. X -- . I 1 I 3jJiate5B6 Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell 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 posloffirc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editoiual Staff G. D. Shelburnc Assistant Editor Wildring B. Sherrod Trine Starncs LcMoinc Lewis Marlin Caruth Walter Daughcrity May Rec Harrison News Staff John Simmons Sport Column Estellc Duckworth Socictj Harvey Childress Rcligiou Woodic Holdcn - Marlin Caruth - Column Wildring B. Sherrod .. Column Walter Daughcrity Column Wildring B. Sherrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell Feature Business Staff Foy Brantley Assistant Business Manager J. M. Gilpatrick Second Assistant Busine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 February 1934

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

sWssSSBBBBSBBSsBsBBt ; jMSupfSteWmm .vslwFWtWrwnmlmS Wmmfir&S$$?wiMr fpaP3Wv Pngo Four -OPTIMIST c r3 By om Simmons At last a little intcrcit is being taken in intru-mural athletics by both the college and the student body. And the good part of it is that the proceed. from the games is going to help buy the Varsity athletes their awards which thoy arc about to need if the present trend of weather continues. So students let's all get out to sec the different games between the classes that arc outline ot die show in the tournament that is now going on. What did we tell you about the game with the Denton Teachers? Was it a thriller or was it a thrill er? We will leave that up to you but we think it was. The Eagles got their revenge by exactly the same number of points that we beat them. We will ask vou who has the best team? Who kept the ball most of the time? The Christians missed more shots in the first 10 minute of the game than the baglcs got a chance to shoot all night. The Wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1934

;''.1'' '"" wwy rmn Welcome Visitors "The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life." &mw. '& 7 "? ' mm f I mmL Wi 1 ) wfT I if Mfirw m wL I welcome ! W JMSJ I W W f 1 I 1 I I I I I fll I Visitors 1H - Tf VTT . Br cr if CC -& UT tt J ' ' ' 8 ;- IL i Vol. 21 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLLGL AiHLLNE. TEXAS TIIUHSDAY FEBRUARY 0 1934 NO. 18 ACC GRADUATE IS MANY EX STUDENTS f f A .' 4- T NAMED DIRECTOR ARE OCCUPYING VSt Vage rtlSlS lO OF PERSONNEL IN GOOD POSITIONS jt .. FT. WORTH FIRM IN SOUTH TEXAS Meet angaroo's Here QUITS SCHOOLS ELDEN BUSBY GETS PRINCIPALSHIP OFFER REJECTS Eldcn I). Bushy graduate of Abilene Christian College in 1930 has accepted llic position of )crsonncl director and superin- tendent of the department store of W. C. Stripling Company Fort Worth one of the larget depart- ment torrs of the Mulli. Bushy prominent member of the class of '30 edited the I'rie'.ly I'car during his ln-t year here and has since attained his M. A. de- gree from Tcwi Christian Lnivcr- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1934

- w. ' IThnii iiiil'iiIii iiiiiiVTin--"'- -1 mrt iiMiflariiMflHlMllMMIBlillg'ailMMflMMMHHMIW h nimiwwww $ - . Pago Two- -OPTIMIST 1 ; 1 1 !: - kj 'M J I. .. I 1 l:lumll Published Weekly by the Students uptimist uuicc aewcii vuuiiorium Subscription Per Year HT. $1 .50 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 postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager EniToiiiAL Staff G. B. Sliclbumc Assistant Editor Wildring D. Sherrod Trine Starncs LeMoine Lewis Marlin Caruth Walter Daughcrity May Rce Harrison News Staff John Simmons Sport Column Estellc Duckworth - Society Harvey Childress Religious Woodic Holdcn Column Marlin Caruth '. Column Wildring 15. Sherrod ".. Column Walter Daughcrity Column Wildring B. Sherrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell Features Business Staff Foy Brantley Assis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1934

'Rm- J T1fS;'T OPTIMIST Page Tliree ;. "V P3BBHI2HEHHMHHISB1KB9S?7TC- iVJTi VMCL . Wr . - i-' 't 1' r"' .V' r SOCIETY KoJo Kai Club Entertains .Loioninl Htam A t Wooten Id Scene of Colorful Japanese Tea PALS G A 771 's n Tea jFW. Trojans Initiate Following Merry Steak Fry Saturday A highlight of the season's tnuny galu soeinlu wai enjoyed ly Trojans and guests in a steak fry held in the Foods Laboratory last Saturday evening. The "fry" an "everyliody-in-tlic-kitclieii" affair came as a prelude to the club's later initiation of its two pledges. After cucsU had assembled everybody became cook and soon role wth La iMnrr Clmpmun m1 a cm 0f tcnk KrnVy creamed hi: accompanist. potatoc fruit snlad potato chips Miss Watson. Maurinc Sliiiin- co.fee. and dixie cuPs was ar son. Winnie Mae Allen Eloise ranged. Guests then retired to the Powell Hloiiche IlobillSOn. Mnrv uim Inluirnlnrv wlinri' llu- tilstv Alice Leathers Muriel Moore Moore Helen Settle Eloise Hey- j r.olua. and Alary Wooten were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1934

- flhr ' - ' c - - . I ' Pngo Four J" -OPT1MIBT- k 5 Tii cyii Hy JOHN SIMMONS The Wildcats nnil Hillbillies had u llttlo post season foutbnll game on the hardwood Monday night. The WllJcats got tackled and blocked more than did the Hillbil- lies but tin Cats camo out with the long end of the score and that was the praise that they wcro af ter anvwav. Hiildwin and his Wildcats Wrest Cage Meet From Daniel Baker On Bennet Floor Affair Is Characterized By Wrestling Match Tactics JOURNALISM STUDENT BECOMES A BIT INFORMATIVE ON "ACC DINING HALL" J. E. McKcnzic is the man re- sponsible for tiic Proper food be- fllAltniiuml In llm fllllllntit nl inflicted by Abilene teams. . . r .:..:.. 1...11 M...ii. WlldcaU Never Behind "' .; . . "" "b. "' " """"? I In an i 1 1 in ti n rt It lltnt rlniti niitla r - f t I IU OUtt 11113 10 U IUII UIUI UUIIUIIU3 a. . . scored nrst anu never ... . - r It 1 . . I I lllUbll W1IIU UIIU 111V11UT VI UIITUIIU allowed the enemy to smell closer wh it ni9 't g ni(dcrn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1934

V i"W 5 V J l-4S? ' i S IV. ''!"'" -r ' rJ r sa. ' $1 . - Attend Lectures Vol. 21 Seventeenth Annual Lectures Begin Sunday F orensic 1 earns McMnrry and ACC Match Teams In Cage Tilt Friday BOTH SQUADS.HAVE PERFECT SHEETS IN RACE When McMurry and A.C.C. Cngeslcrs meet tomorrow night in McMurry gym one or the other of them gets out of the dispute for first place in the current Tex- as Conference flag chase. The Indians having preserved a per- fect record in seven straight con- ference wins arc tied with ACC and Sitnmonr who have faultiest scores of five and bcven decisions respectively. 'I'll is will he the seventh annual basket series between the Wild- cat and Indians. Last year they broke even in two hair-raising melees both of which had extra periods appended after the team had stood tied at end of regular playing time and finally finish- ed in ii lie for runnerup position in the league. McMurry wil' bring her Braves to Bennett gym for the return visit February 26. It is more than ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1934

mm IWBE'JT.W")!.11"' T ' v&:m y s5 ; r ' . -OPTIMIST IBMglljMM w iw wlwMii ; i-c- ii . j- j..-6... .1 jliff ' J. . a T-g--'- '" "y-f1?"- aa ttyjujt . t tt siapaFgi pa-ija- laiai mn "..jiMMiitaMM I'lUM I l'JO-AJ-jVi.- --..- . - . - . . - . .. : s. r i. .t&v: . j-- r --r ' i. . - ' " " ' ''P "' - I " PftB Two '"''i .: it - 'iK i 'i 5 : ! ' i I I i I ptfrat Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium . - ' ' ' " I ! I 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 Abilene Texas under Act WILLIAM Editor - in - REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editoiual Staff G. B. Shclburne - Assistant Editor Wildring 13. Shci-od Trine Starnes LcMoinc Lewis Marlin Cartith Walter Daugherity May Rce Harrison News Staff John Simmons Sport Column Estclle Duckworth Society Harvey Childress Religious ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1934

ItTfWlfflHMI HSETCLSU! tTO e.- Maim:JWHP '.wj.jii '; dTWr'rr.v rsr-n -OPTIMIST Pago Tlirce K --A v 44 lT m r4 society v South Plains Entertain Tuesday At Wooten With Valentine Patty Irish E)C5 Arc Smiling. He was Amid valentine decorations members of the South Pluins club entertained Tuesday night in the Colonial room ot the Woolen Hotel. This was the second social given this year hy the cluh com- posed of students in Ahilenc Christian College who live on the Marvin Ward Wildring II. Slier South Plains Table games were placed. A short skit was given with Sammy Hrynn Louise White Violet At- chison and Curtis Lcc Davis Ink- ing the leadings roles. Herbert Uroadus entertained the group with vocal selection lie sang ' Miss Elice Mc- nccoiupauicd bregor. Members and their guests were & llrowu and Kathleen Hardin and Luryl Nis- and Satrimy belt DcNola El rod llnnn Stella Mac rod and Shirley Morgan Louise White and Lewis Parker Minnie Hcnnett and Curtis Lee Davis Violet Atchison and Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1934

r s . I j 1 1 J I .7 !- .'I 'I i ; i ): p- Wildcats Defeat Kangaroos With Slouchy Tactics Watkins Hits It Victory Is Fourth Confer. Win For Wildcats SENIORS HUMBLE ACADEMY CAGERS TO KEEP ON TOP SLIMES ENCOUNTER ACADEMY THIS EVE Uy JOHN SIMMONS The Wildcats were described as being terrible aguiti't the Kanga- roo. The description was not far from right but we all know the Wildcats have it in them. When they have to deliver they can. That is we hope Ihcy do tomor- row night against the Indians. The game tomorrow night is go- ing to he worth any one'.- hard earned money. After ceing the Indians clean up the Kangaroos the night before the Wildcats met them convinces us that the Indi- ans can still handle the ball And how! They did not let up one minute of the entire game re- gardless of how many points ahead they were. They played a very fa-t offensive game; while the Wildcats play a defensive game. That is the main reason you cannot tell whose game the Wildcat-Indian clash is liable to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1934

nT? mss SFTF' 5" 7?W V ' . Js "!"t tW "it ' " - hf M' 1 A VU ' JR"? l- &fe; 7r ji -' J 7Y-V Jfc - 4- f - - K'-fV-- r.v t -.. : . .-' J ' V t We've Enjoyed Your Lecture Visitors Vol. 21 Ground cThe Lair Visitors vvu rcgrrt thii row is your last day will have enjoyed your stay to an itn ;3 mcusurahlc extent. Wc hope have heen made to feel somc'.l of our pleasure and hccaue it have enjoyd your stay ut A. C.C. Wc want you to moke Abi- lene Christian College Lectureship Week a yearly milestone in your life because nfler all A. C. C. ' i is "nll-or-n'V It is a source of great spiritual strcngth-und wc. have only to make use of it. The real stute of uffuirs that churches hae heen deploring for the past decade that lack of per sonal touch between individual members was decisively proved n false alarm during the Lecture Week. One of the mujor benefits I was the Miiall-town atmosphere created out of the Kenuine friend- ship for which there is no sulxti- lute. siurni's ami me second oi iio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1934

. . .rf-.fyi-ymmfLu- i """'- '!!WWJWwiZBaaBGr -ffigEgBBars-.-- ?-w .' . Pngo Two -OPTIMIST' i J I :! it r Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwoll 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-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal Staff G. B. Shelburne Assistant Editor Wildring B. Shcrrod Trine Starncs LcMoine Lewis' Marlin Caruth Walter Dnughcrity May Rce Harrison News Staff John Simmons Sport Column Estcllc Duckworth Society Harvey Childress Religious Woodie Holden - Column Marlin Caruth Column Wildring B. Shcrrod Column Walter Daughcrity Column Wildring B. Shcrrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell Features Businf.ss Staff Foy Brantley Assistant Business Manager J. M. Gilpatrick ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1934

&; m- ("SF Wrfos" 38: if- r flRfc: .V ft- ". J: i &. j I - SOClETl Gray' Windham Rites Solemnized Climaxing u campus romance a high light in the social calendar for the entire year wa the marri- age of Miss Inez Windham to J.I C. Cray which was solemnized Inst Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Eddie Wcems. The ring ceremony was said by Mr. Wccms in the presence of a few intimate friends the only at- tendant hcing Mjjs Huhy Sutton of Tipton Oklahoma. Mrs. Gray wore for the wedding a becoming Mack and white frock with white accessories. IlcV travelling suit was n gray tweed with hlnck ac- cessories. Mrs. Gray whose home was in Tipton was a freshman in the college. She was a memher of the GATA's and the Kitten Kluh. In the short time she wiu on the campus she won many friends with her disposition and manner. Mr. Grny has hecn a favorite on the campus for four years being on outstanding football player attaining conference prominence as center on the squad. During the past s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1934

J"' jc 145 .. tiw-ftii . T-JraB&3rT.- . .-. -.--i- j . - ..inKtlnlaHliaiBliHBilIVI a: SSR ' I'80 Four -OPTIMIST- v to M 1- J I r u 1 f 1 i .. a 'I tf J si Iff iT UD Ti . VV Ail HUH. W A ClI31TOEH?S3S m I'M U . t 'WMVnm IV P.HIII.I .RV.Vt&lV1 . . ui av v unu jmwzw-AyssAii wwl 1 1 llltfWaWf Oiiy 'sv i flMrmammsay. i Pf 1W BralM fnnrrM"M'"'lTfT'""WMM" liy John Simmons I Did the Indian Feathers fly Inst Friday night? And howl A bct tc'r basketball game lids never been seen in the fair city of Abi-j Icnc. The Wildcats played the bct game that the) have played ihU caon. They fought longer and harder than they have pre- viously. Every Cat wa on his toes nil the way through. They played the type of game that was required to beat the Indians and that was n fast defensive game keeping the hall in their own pos- sesion ns much of the time as was possible. Watkins played by far the best offensive and defensive game of his career. He has scored more point in other games but lias not play...

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

m -i-4rt m WIWl nw :j- Yf ". r P. if :l . 1 ' Like Tomorrow Here Again Finals Vol. 21 ACC Teams Sweep BrowuwooiS Meet Firsts Arc Taken In Debate Speech Oratory j l the men s glee chih of ACL. 1 Glee clubs from Iiigh schools and Teams from Abilene Christian' colleges from all over the state College won first place in every! W'H compete at Dallas on May event of an invitation tournament 5- Music has already been or- sponsored by Howard Payne Col- ""cd and rehearsals will begin lege in Hrownwood Friday and " "'mc "cw "limbers as soon as Saturday February 23 and 2t.j 'I'0)' arrive. Sixteen members of The following schools participated ''L' 'ocal c'"b will be 'elected to i in the tournament: Howard Payne College Simmons University Daniel Huker College McMurry College San Marcos Slate Teach- ers and Abilene Christian Col- lege. The number one women's team from ACC composed of Helen Settles and aMy Kcc Harrison won by a unanimous decision ill the finals. The number one men's team composed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 March 1934

t- f--jtir.i(-u.1ix - - "X 'hwastst -t 'i k PI "'" ' Krww-ry-vrfg- 'yat ; i7v v mmiRWi'HI '6ilsTl ' ' TlSKl'&wra ' vyt ' iw:w;TffflT ; - fysTi s'w. (i'rj. "wr.. ri -."T. '.Trai v $-r i v '. x -T !- 1 ' Pag Two -OPTIMIST r Si i' I ft Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewoll 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 WILLIAM Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editomal G. D. Shelburne Wildring D. Sherrod Trine Starncs LcMoinc Lewis Marlin Cafutli Walter Daughcrity May John Simmons Estelle Duckworth Harvey Childress Religious Woodie Holden ..... Column Marlin Caruth Column Wildring B. Sherrod Column Walter Daughcrity Column Wildring B. Sherrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell Features Business Staff J. M. Gilpatrick Assistant Business Manager Foy Brantley Marjorie Adrain Dora Frances Harvey Staff Of Las...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 March 1934

.'-'T-' v FC; c V ? fe V -OPTIMIST Pago Three J&t.' Panhandle Club Entertains Mary Louise Moore Entertains V i R. ? 5 tr. Mi rt't UJ T"- J '. .A f :hmv Try SOC1E TJ Kitten Klub Queen Makes MWM1I lHIWMMW4IWMWIIMiIWIIMIMIIWIIMIIHW II I ! .Debut In Crowning Tues. Members of tlic Panhandle Clul) entertained guests with a party Saturday night in the home of President and n. Cox. Games of "forty-two" anagrams and ping pong furni lied the entertainment. A color scheme of pink and white wus carried out in tallies ice cream and cookie. The annual Kitten Klub Kami- val was enacted Tueulay night in the Se ell Auditorium of Ahilcnc Christian College. Miss Mary Louise Sessions of Brady was crowned queen of the Karnivol by Vellon Moser king. The roal throne was a mass of white touched with purple the college colors. A hove the th'ione glittered the letters K.K.K. Glow ing cathedral tapers lighted the stage which was hanked with greenery. The announcers of the court hcarldcd the entrance of ea...

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

SfMM !! I II 0HP.I. II..IC- I II in jn( ' ii'ni' ' ' ' ' - '. - r" - " 'rrrmm -r T s . - r -r.- . . mm - - i-U Page Four -OI'TIMIST- ?v IMnill Hill il nmi MliliiniTiiiMMIWMili IMiBiUMii ii iiiaiiTpii'iiiiii'iiiiii' mIi 'T.'i rTmr waffWTTWLUJUJmw iiiiiwiiiwiiriiiiiniiiMin w a. lw V f ' l1 By John Simmons The forgotten man of tlio IJor dor Olympics seems to ho tlio (Us- cub thrower Ilnskcll Conovcr Hack placed fourth in the discus throw with a toss of 1W ft nmi some inches. This toss was liet tcr than tlic one thrown hy Pee Inst Spring wlio won tlio event in the Texas conference. Con- over showed tnnikcd improve- ment over last season of throw- ing and should ho getting rather good distance before the season is over. The HO was what some might consider n horse race. Howard drew next to the outside lane and got away to a had stait. Uc- ing the last mnn to start aiouud the "rst turn and on the ouNide Green ran several yards further than did the others. Hut he mkii made up his lost dista...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 March 1934

Wfllu" W it kht "! .. I' $' V .'; r " TKMTKiO owT ojj'l 4niM yllsaiinHI aifiidT raniB-O r;j ate7 '! . CM 1 kmJM: mi A v5 " '4 . 7' .- v F-' U IL V V rt. ft- R r U x Win Stock Show Title Cats Vol. 21 Torrid Cat-Baptist Relay Match Looms For Fat Stock Show Track. Meet Sat Abilene Christian was among the multitude of entries Monday into registration lists of llic twelfth annual Soutliwclcrii Exosition Track and. Field meet to lie held at Fort Worth Saturday Monday's entries swelled the ntunlicr of ..dividual competitors lo 'WO athletes from six universilic four colleges fic junior colleges three uni- versity freshman teams and seventeen high schools. About 1000 athletes arc expected. Entrance Monday of Oklahoma Itapti t University stirred state- wide comment concerning what the Star Telegram termed the' prospect of a "torrid stnile"! when ACC defends its title of five! years standing in the college di vidon. This is the first vear that the nationally known OKlnhnntn team has entered th...

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