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

;rl " "" ' . ' ' ' f iiTiiSiiMtMiwiii 'A - W1 Mr; 1 1 1 1 Page Two -OPTIMIST- "WZfflSSSfflS: i F- r j Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College i 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 (he postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 21 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editokial Staff G. B. Shelbume Assistant Editor Wildring B. Sherrod Trine Starnes LcMoinc Lewis Marlin Caruth Walter Daughcrity May Ree Harrison News Staff John Simmons Sport Column Ettelle Duckworth Society Harvey Childress Religious Woodie Holden Column Marlin Caruth Column Wildring B. Sherrod Column Walter Daugherity - Column Wildring B. Sherrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell Features Business Staff Foy Brantley Assistant Business Manager J. M. Gilpatrick ss...

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

-OPTIMIST- Pa'(JB' TKr'cc ii""' I ft 'Mil ulf society paid Parties Mark Entrance Of Spring Season In College Ko Jo Kai Gives THobo" Party J TJic Ko Jo Knl entertained iflnreh 3 in the bonus of Kloisc Reynolds with n "Hobo Party." Thp girls wore print drosses and tiio hoys Crimp wltlinut tics Af- ter tio group hnl onjoyctl n liiiin- jcr t)f mimes and music each wis required io ninke n "plen" foivfoori. Prizes went to Mrs. A. lOtorrls nnd Wllford Snylor for tlio riost clever speeches. 5 "Hand nitbV1 of snncks contain ing VnndwichoH ilckles potato chips nnd cakes wore ncreptcd by the following hungry ho- hies:"' Mury Alice Lcnthers Hei-schel North Muriel Moore Curlcy Cooper Elolsc Powell Andy Anderson Helen Settle O. T;. niaukenshlp Lucille Watson Lefty Reynolds KloUp Reynolds Wllford Snylor Blanche Nohison Lefty Walker Mnry Wooten 0. R. Calvin Winnie Mac Allen Buddy Mocr Mr. nnd Mrs. Hur- ry Ward nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Morris.. New' Ko Jo Kai pledges an- nounced this Week nro: Miss Ij...

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

I'M -- - - fl ' v 1 1 i 'i 0 M fe Pago Four -OPTIMIST- 'W pV By John Simmons The Wildcats antl Kittens leave tomorrow at noon ioi the Fat Stock show meet in Fort Worth. Coach Wcems will carry the larg- est delegation that has ever rep- resented the Purple and White. There wjll he 13 or 14 varsity men and 12 freshmen. The varsi- ty is short in number and man power although they have some of the most outstanding men in the nation on the squad. The squad that will compete Saturday will look some different from what they looked when they competed at Laredo. The Fish have a strong aggre- gation and should win the Fresh- man division although they are competing against the freshmen from the Southwest Conference s&rmsimbi M OPTOMETRIST rA a u mo tr' I WANT TO BE Your Harber W. W. GRUBB Gatlin-DeSpain Shop WHEN THE OLD GAS TANK RUNS DRY fill her up with TEXACO at Texaco Service Station 13th and Pine Buy your groceries from a friend and patron of ACC N. E. Hicks Grocery Red and White Sto...

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

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

y Jtp.- 5s i' i - ... a . a t Pago Two -OPTIMIST- IWWttWTilHtKjai.i... -.-... j: --r-niTriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiiiilMMi1iirrllilwiiMliiiiiiiii'iiiiiiii"---- L-J."J!'Ll!lLr..T. ur -..p. .-..-. . ..-. .j.....-' .vjltJrtjiaatIfrlllMiMiMiliMllH y fy)T. W.HM!y!WIM E I V I ' Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwoll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE U1TIMI5T Members of Texas Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Editokial Staff G. B. Shelburne - Wildrins B. Shcrrod Trine Starnes LcMoinc Lewis Marlin m Caruth Walter Dauchcrity May John Simmons Sport Column Estelle Duckworth Society Harvey Childress - Religious Woodie Holden ..... Column Marlin Caruth Column Wildring B. Shcrrod Column Walter Daugherity Column Wildrlng B. Sherrod Marlin Caruth Margaret Bell - Features Business Staff Fo...

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

fcV S'''''. & ! s3 Vv V T (r Nte' : 1.1 SOClETt T -r-fwmi - - - - . . New Deal Is -At Junior-Senior Festival "" In the modcrimtic ballrom of the Wooten Hotel Inst Thursday evening sixty-five juniors and se- niors of the college and special guests gathered to stage their an- nual banquet. The New Deal ua; portrayed from American flags wjiilli hung from the walls NBA symbols and patriotic colors and n miniature cnpilol building which centered the rectangular table arrangement. President Hooscv cut's picture was the favor for girls and small Mack senator hats marked the cov- ers tor the hovs. Banqueting opened as "a ioint session of tho 'home of represen- tatives' juniors and 'the senate' tlie seniors." Trine Slarncs presi- dent of the junior class presided. Woodic Iloldcn senior class pre ident introduced "Resolution 1934.2" Don H. Morris vice president of the college talked on "Fillibustcring For a Degree" and Jack Pope student president followed with a talk "Fillibuster- "Profit...

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

Cats Sweep Stock Show Prep And Colleges !' tH ? i 'j J i.? ft I r 1 2! V i if ( By JOHN SIMMONS Tljcy went! Tlicy conquered I They rcturncdl Tho bacon Is now in tho ice box. Tho Wildcats nro again tho proud owner of both tho championship and rolny trophies from the Stock Show meet. Gallantly they ran Hko tho Heroes of tho ancient games. Running Into n cold hard north wind tho Wildcats came in vic- torious in their races. Load by tho superb leadership of their Captain Worth Watkins tho Felines followed by giving their all and winning the meet handily. Howard exhibited rare ability in copping both tho century and I the furlong. Green stepped a 0.8 In the prcloms for the century. Bucking n strong head wind ho ' won very easily with a flat 10 in tho finals. Not being satisfi- ed with this he came back In tho 220 and knocked the old record for a row establishing the new time of 21:8 ami then only loaf- ing thru the latter part of tho race. Conovor Is much mora improv- ed than ho has boon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1934

' m "fv 4 i . f'X pr- t.iT v- a'.'- ' f; if; U v.' 1 J- " '!av ' " .' ' : r ' f A rl F o l pi o o Vol. 21 A.C.C. Debaters GoMentucky Tourney Friday Starnes and Pope Winners In Both Debates With ' Californians Trine Starnes and Jack Pope ACC debaters will leave tomor- row morning for the national Pi Knpjm Delta tournament at Lex- ington Kentucky. The trip will be made in company with the debaters of Simmons Luivcrsit) whom Starnes and Pone met this morning in chapel lie-ides de-' hating Starnes will enter the ora-1 torical contest and Pope will compete in the extempore speak- ing at Lexington. Completely victorious in two skirmishes Monday with the veter- an Hcdlands University speakers of California the ACC represen- tatives are in the pink of condi-' tion for the ensuing tournament. The locals won a 2-1 decision1 while affirming the official prop-1 osition against Charles Loring mid; Ted Hatlin in the afternoon. That i night Starnes and Pope denied the question and took a .'1-0 erd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1934

v. .; 1 1 i'imiviiMatotoflMrr'ijif' 'iui 7 ''if'i Page Two- -OPTIMIST- . tf I h fy j The Opti-Miss RIGHT EAR LEFT EAR 1 I 1i ?i 1 I Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year .81.50 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 postoffkc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. " WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Wildcat Purrs It was plenty good but the faculty came down and got the copy. STACKING Recent Questionnaire Results TEACHERS RETURNING Editomal Staff G. B. Shelburnc - Assistant Editor Wildring B. Sberrod Trine Starnes LcMoine Lewis Marlin Carutb Walter Daughcrity May Rce Harrison News Staff John Simmons Sport Column Estclle Duckworth - Society Harvey Childress Religious Wootlie Holdcn Column Marlin Caruth Column Wildring B....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1934

. '?; i-i CJf.jtf'ywp" -OPTIMIST Pago Three r2 The Pest-Miss CLEAN EAR OTHER ONE mw. "J f ' 3 fley Look What's TL I 1 p. ine Local awge-aweu ant They Say Hufstcdlcd Has South Side J In Fits i riicse thcntrical hits by popular authors are coining to the local I stage under the all spices of the Alelpommics which are reputed i to he censored by over twenty cob leges and should be great stuff for A She She. 'The South Side After Sun- down" by Virginia Huffstedler. "Around The Loop and (Hack?)" by Mary Alice and Mu- riel twins. "The First Year is Always the Hardest" by Harry Ward. "Why I am so sympathetic" by Leonard Uurford. "Enthusiasm" bv Vatlen Ross. "Garbo is Also Good" by Lu- cille Watson. CAN'T OVERDO YOUR TRADE with the best shoe shop in town RICHARD'S 170 Cypress CASH For Gold Cold Teeth. Broken Jewelry Watches SultH Musi eal instruments. SKI.L ASM) TRADE GOLTZ 1G8 Chestnut & V191 uKnxA.SMiTH " v - JiswnLBR ll!."0 Vmli 2nd Street APRIL FOOL You thought were coinc to wc tell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1934

LV-.U V- ;.--'---.-.'. j s. ..t(. .j. . . - ill; '" vf ' wPwrTWyF IS L - V -- I '' ' AT tfv . - . -j " f m- - t"S' . H 4d t The Average Miss AND'ER Wuxtra! Wuxtra! Hardin Kale Is Gone-Mckinzie Lambs It ' if ! l I PgoF6ur -OPTIMIST- jSN f ' - .. - - - - - II -I ! I ' -' -- - 0 Harding Potatoes j Taken By Yegmen J. E. McKinzie lately head of the college hoard of trustees is the subject of the greatest man- hunt the southwest has known in years. The former hoard head left the campus immediately after the dis- appearance of the 160000 pota- toes which were given to the col- lege to buy off several high pres- sure teachers from the major cir- cuits in the place of the fifteen which are leaving under shadow after this term. It is figured that McKcnzie got off with a good por- tion of the Hardin potatoes. The bean hall is being sold at public auction to help pay off the miss- ing sum. Dear or alive said Chef of Policemen Walter Adams we want that money snatcher. BUMMED THEIR MEALS Ruel Lem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1934

'f- c ) if- -s j in-' ; If - w . I- ft "SENIOR CLASS EDITION 99 5 iMclpomcncans Win ' Honors At Lubbock Debaters Lets Win At National Meet lf Iff W feI llllllfff I T ? r j ft- '' t- - . ? r. H. 1! t . ' i Vol. 21 Busby Will Hold Revival Meeting Here This Month Date Is April 15-22 Fort Worth Minister Veteran Preacher Of Gospel Is I Evangel! t Horace W. Busby or Fort Worth Texns out' of the alilcst evangelist!" of the church of Christ is to he with the Col- lege congregation in a revival meeting from April 15 to April 22. The services will ho held nt eleven a. m. and eight p. ui. daily. The elders of the church feel that they have .selected one of the hest men for this service anil de- sire the cooperation of all churches in the city that ihi meeting may he the mot success- ful one held this year. Brother Mushy is not unknown to the congregation as he has help- ed in revival meetings here he- fore. o- Trail Blazers Enjoy Hike And Initiation Friday. March Id. the Trai Blazers eujo)ed a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1934

':' 7&.. 11 jw -rf.au t -. Fdge f vv- -OPTlMlST- '' .X-'?3t'4TT'T'v am - -. - - -.- . .. ail i nrm in n m ii -- ..---- - - - . .1- .- . !T. -- . .-.. - - -- . mdirtiii nwnrnmnnig p i$l 3 '.' V t i i i ! i ill i j3TiJpiuui9l Published Weekly by tie Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium $1.50 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 postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief : REUEL LEMMONS Duslncss Manager Editouial Staff G. B. Shelburnc - - Assistant Editor Wildring B. Shcrrod Trine Stornes LcMoinc Lewis Martin Carutli Wolter Daugherity May Rcc Harrison News Staff John Simmons Sport Column Estelle Duckworth - Society Harvey Childress - Religious Woodie Holden - Column Martin Carutli Column Wildring B. Sherrod Column Walter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1934

: .HT c .'; MR ' XW ' fcfcj 5 v wtr.r !. :Sn. rap ' :4' wr ..- py. ; m it ' r. : i ; v y t !:S' :.' " ! '. "" ' V iT if- i- iv v; SOCIETY Sub T16 Cruises. To Isle OfSayles Haven Last Mon The Sulimarinc Tuscorora excursion lioul for study worn stu- dents Monday drew her unclior from lllu eaweeds of Responsibility and Convcntionnlily and sailed from Campus Ilnrhor her hull Inden with n cargo of ladies and sailors. In her own sly manner the lu chuckled in the turn of her and day as she slid into the waterv road to (lie land for Forget the happy isle called Suyles Haen by visiting seamen. The flagship of the fleet man-1 - -- - ncd by a crew of thirteen and' iii i j possesing the rations for the day ifl trillD liaS once nipped below the sun and barely did four of her bridges es- cape a wallowing in the foum. When the sun had turned its face to the west to begin its journey toward Old Cnlhcy fourteen mari- ners with their guests ladies of ine pori began the happy husi-; at Hotel Woolen. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1934

r- w.xK&xtMauamfcs-ii 'r. i . sjr -' . tu. .. -.... ... . . - ' oiliJMWmwa'WBaww fl II il i i r I . i i ; ' fr ' I I j i Paour n- ' ' ' . "J -OPTIMIST- - ' "vf! By JOHN SIMMONS The first annual track and field meet sponsored by the Wildcat mentors Went off In grand ptylc. There were twenty teams repre- sented in the meet. This meet was characteristic of all west Texas meets in that there was a strong wind blowing to hamper the men and keeping them from doing their best in the eventa where they have to circle the track or throw into it Tho freshmen performed splen- didly in tho meet. The outstand- ing times were turned in by the Brown twins. Elmer took advan- tage of the strong wind that was blowing and breezed through a 0.7 for tho century. While his erst- while brother shows that ho can also run steps the furlong in the record breaking time of 20:5. Elmer gets a slow start in the fur- long and never regains the lost ground losing tho race to his bro- ther by less than a ynrd. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1934

MrJ FfS2gdto . f'lAWLWW-airiorrMtffiiwiiiitriWamtKiiMwi IKa --'"V V fftjuLig-vm ?. ." 'i" 1 f : c y '.' I ' i 1 y j ' FRESHMAN EDITION H r CORDELIA HARDIN M. A. T. ADAMS f A' fr I-' Vol. 21 Ground CThe Lair Cordelia Hardin Hall what a beautiful name for outmost beau tiful building and doubly beau- tiful because of the spirit behind the christening. The Hardiu.s are on the Wildcat campus for the first time this week. Let's make ourselves worthy of their invest- ment. Spring housccleanlng time is here for the Lnlr! There's some thing in the air that makes us want to fwecp the grime nnd cub webs out of our brains nnd out of our HurroundlngH. We may not cucceed no well with our mental equipment but from now on the campus work committee Imih ar i ranged to have all the walks swept once a week. The steps of Sewclll auditorium and Chambers and Har- din halls will nlso be given a week-1 ly scrubbing rather than the usual Hcml-nnntial scouring they have previously received just before Homeco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1934

'V - .... ... Pago Two nn li iMMMHdSSaUMMMAh -OPTlAnST 1 9 IV P 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 ptfstoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. WILLIAM GRAY Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager FRESHMAN STAFF Editor Marlin Carrutli Assistant Editor Walter Dauglierity Assistant Editor Wildring B. Sherrod Society Dallas (Catherine Smith Mary Alice Leathers Sports '. Morris Howard Dudley Faver Religious Thomas Campbell News: Lucille Butler Kenneth Bndgett Margaret Bell Louise Rob- erson Business Manager ....J. M. Gillpatrick Assistants: Marjorie Adrian Iva Lou Malphurs Dora Frances Harvey HEAR HORACE BUSBY Sunday morning will initiate the seventh meeting that Horace W. Bushy has held for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1934

'wr yt J.'" . . te:! i:m. 7-. ?- i A- is ' . -a: It H' . (- p '' i f . . - V IT society ELLEN RICHARDS CLUB FETES Mickey And Minnie Mouse in Motif SIXTY WITH ANNUAL BANQUET Willi Mickey and Minnie Mouse as chief attractions the Ellen II. Richards club entertained in the ballroom of the Woolen Hotel Sat urdav with sixty guests. Members of the club arc' students in the Home Economics department. Place cards were miniature Mic- key and Minnie Mou c dolls. Favors were china baskets for the girltuud rolling pin for the hoy?. The' table was in the form of a large "II". A doll kitchen with Minnie acting as hostess was the center niece. Candles and Hides were oilier table decorations. Waited Scott's orchestra pln)cd during the four-cour.e dinner. Mr.. E. W. McMillan was the aftci dinner speaker using "Men With out Women" as her subject. Miss Pauline Hicks president of the club presided. Places were set for Pauline Hicks Leslie Higgs Hue William- son Don Nelson Itachcl John'on Charles Hohers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1934

i - -. t - . . . - '.TW Ifi. t WfoT' r rr'rTT-hls-.'i rv ranrri in rim i r irwrmrrt m i hitq-inn Tint i m w.wwi urn ami him wiljgin MjjjlpiiimtliiJiJiJlWJgipywwM fJWifwmnniaJMuumwmivii i uirU)iiilwlHmwJiJiww . I i; f it I! i r i hi iil. i I it" - 1 I 111 I (I - wK f SPORTS By MORRIS HOWARD So the rnin once again seems to be victor in the TCU-ACC track1 meet scheduled for last Saturday. But this coming Saturday ev- erybody knows Coach J. Eddie Wccms and fourteen Wildcats will leave for Austin where they will be entered in the quadrangle meet with Texas SiMU and . Baylor. Already we are hobnobbing with universities Perhaps the question as to whether Green or Cox is the faster will be settled day after tomor- row. As fur as 600 ACC students are concerned the question is al- ready settled. Flashes! Harry Ward '110 man of the ACC thinly-clad- reports for track workout after being cooped up with the measles for the past several contests. But! Ardie Nowell has a 'No Visitor' sign up on his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1934

n y.t'W'. ' " Ct ".' ' ' ' ' 1 ff''''"'-r-rnrM .. . . .... ' ' fc ''' iMBKHHBMBBBBPIIlfflB arc SSwSFSP'- iwtflQRW&MKKBFr$'. ' m ? SOPHOMORE EDITION .! THIS WEEK Spring Meeting NEXT WEEK T. I. P. A. Convention - !'"" 1 T . LV- Vol. 21 Spring f Ground -CThe Lair; Well short elaas.es rainy weather and tho graiuTntft- mcasles pay the Lair a visit or should I say that the meas- les scetn to have come with Its bag and baggage they've hcen hero longer than a visit should lust. As for short clauses tliuy have a standing Invitation around the lair. Did you soo tbe prolusion ol "color In Miss Walker's rock oar-1 don? That red and purplo mass ' of growing things sho calls Vor-' blnin ovor tho rocks thoy grow and dnstor around them just as li thoaitlstic hand ol naturo placed them thoro. Max Moutnr got a headache because of Hie shimmering ooso windows up in room 27 when ho was here. Old Mr. Wind pounds them like 1 pound this typewriter. Those Windows give Hro. McMillan tho jitters -- he put...

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