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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1934

. L".A.'U: MJJtBiiMMsMMlslMSM 'BI'1 ' -ftlgaTw- 1 'I ta .1 58 15 "gu ft Subscript! I I a i ! f r i i P 'ii jjHIi. I ! Tf.fn.n Published Weekly by tlie Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium on Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST 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 Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager SOPHOMORE STAFF Editor Homer Ulley Assistant Editor Le Moine Lewi" Society Estellc Duckworth Sports Virgil Kcyes Fine Arts .'. Adelaide Wolf Features Junius Carter Homer Jordan News: Frank Trayler James Taggart Adelaide Wolf Laudon Hill Business Manager Foy Brantley Assistant Manager Agnes Clarke Everything That's Worth Result Of Effort It takes one man about one week to write print and sell a one-for-a-dime detective magazine. And men publish that sensational drivel! Furthermore others unconscious of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1934

w-1 ?"..' T SSL r it.. V ' iV-stf .'If- ; 'i. P. ha-.- "l .' "m ' ' -----.. SOQIETI Faculty andJTrustees Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Hardin at Banquet In honor of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hardin of Burkbimictt Texas who recently donated S2M0()() lo the school which freed it from deht the trustees nnd faculty were hosts for a banquet Thursdii) night in the dining hall. Other benefnrtors of the fchool were al- so present including Mr. and Mrs. Chambers Mr. and Mr. Zona Luce and Mr. and Mi. Dennett nil of whom have donated build- iugs on the campus. Mr. J. I-!. MeKie prei- dent of the hoard of Inntees. was master of ceremonies. Talk were made hy Mr. Hardin. Mr. I. K. Harwell of Hiirkhiirnett Pres- ident James F. Cox Don Morris and J. C. Heesc. A fine arts pro- gram included musical .'election hy Othar Wheeler of Hurkhiirn- ctt ifml Leonard Ihirford. voice teacher. Headings were given h Mrs. A. II. Morris nnd Miss KUie Cist speech arts instructor. A campus theme wns featured in place cards anil ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1934

' ' 1'.- ....- 2EiSS22 g.f ij; '. tf 'iMwytfWFiiHgKawwMi Pago Four -OPTIMIST- WMBliS. .r - -. -TfiT H 1 1 T -- -.Tr; -. -m .- .- f - - - 1 1 in r llif f I f - nnMiiwiuiii.ufMH-..t i; OttrtnffiUHiaMnfgK! c ' J I! n 1 I I; By "PEANUT" It looks ns if wo hnvo our best clmncc yet to win the Texas con- ference foothall championship next year. The game last week broight to our sight some plenty good material. Such men as Campbell the Pycatts Baldwin Daymor Carrnthcrs Daulch Hill- Scott Parker Stone and several' others should make it hard on the opponents. Spring training has done a lot of good for somo of the men hut It should with tho best coach in the conference. The track team did fairly well in the meet with Texas and S. M. U. They were second but were more than doubled by the Texas team in points. Still that cannot be held against them. The relay team again lost to Texas. Some of our men were not in condition but the race was run exceptionally fast also. Green Simmons and Walkins won ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1934

. b-i -k .. . jmw-y. lacnm 4v WELCOME T. I. P. A. WELCOME T. I. P. A. "The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life. "alw e.wtm. Vol. 21 ABILENE CHHISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 20 1034 NO. 28 wtummttusii 4 J ' Press Delegates Conveue For Convention Officials Attend JJj . . naUCatlOnal Meet College Association Holds State Session At Ft. Worth 26-28 Five From A. C. C. Texas Hotel Is Scene Of Teacher Assembly President James Cox. Dean Walter Adams Dr. Morion. Mrs. Bishop and Miss Elizabeth Baxter will Journey to Ft. Worth to attend several educational meeting to be held at the Texas Hotel on April 20. 27 and 28. President Cox and Dr. Adams i will attend the meetings of the Texas Association of Colleges Fri- day afternoon and evening and j Saturday Morning. Dr. Morion will attend the meetings of the Col- lege Teachers of Education Thurs- day afternoon and Friday morning and afternoon and Mrs. Bishop . will attend conferences of Keg's- trars and Deans of Junior and sen- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1934

j.viityWigrw twQin''friwpiMWJiffi' Page Two -OPTIMIST- 'Witiivm4i Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Chriatlan 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 Abilene Texas under Act WILLIAM Editor - in REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager CORRUPTION IN When corruption stands unclothed posed only as such it is obvious to all and known openly as the evil that it is. But corruption clothed in the cloak of esteemed authority that is a different thin?. That is an evil doubly blacker. When a person holds a responsible position where the peoples funds are handled and where an institutions fi- nances are transacted and this one does not have those vir- tues of honesty unselfishness and truthfulness when such exists then it follows that the end but is a stumbling block to would-be Christians. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1934

-OPTIMIST Page Hire SjO C 1 E T 1 -A-iinomiiceiiieiiil: JP artfcy Reveals Approacliiiig June JMarricge That Miss Oma Belle Bixlcr nnd Taylor Carter will be mnrrled Juno first was announced Tuesday night j at a party given by Miss Trcntle' Blrchitt in the Girls Hall. The wedding will take place in Wichita Falls at five o'clock with only relatives and close friends at- tending. After a brief wedding trip Miss Bixler will resume her work here as act'ng librarian until Miss Bish- op librarian returns. Miss Bishop expects to return some time dur- ing June. Mr. Carter will attend school here. Miss Blxler Is a senior from Kansas City Kans. She is presi- dent of the "W" club a member WHEN THE OLD GAS TANK RUNS DRY fill her up with TEXACO at Texaco Service Station 13th and Pine of the Scholarship Sec cty qnd was a member of the debate team last year. Miss Bixlcr is the daughter of Mi. and Mrs. C. Hoy Bixlcr. I Mr. Carter Is a former student' of Abilene Christian college from Childress. While...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1934

M Pfgs Four -OPHMIST . Wildcats Compete In Aggie and Drake Meqts Whoa A. & M.I Judging from the total points amassed by the cadets tt seems that they want to make suro of a victory. Nevertheless we are still proud of our track team in victory or uc feat. Ward. Green. Nowcll Simmons and Watkins shouldlie enjoying the hospitality of Des JUoncs Iowa by 1 Although thcrp will be plenty of stiff competition present at the Drake Belay we may rest assured that the Wllcat squad will make a good showing. Drown. Brawn Melton and Cow an stepped off a fast half mile relav at the regional meet here Saturday. Bunn'ng against Dryden. Chris man Adams and Holden they were timed at 1:31. More competition Is slated for the "Flying Fish" on the home field Saturday as the winners of this region andVhers fntercsted gather for a meet. The A. C. C. Varsity tennis squad took 3 out of 4 matches in a series played with McMurry. Monday. ""M6o"ro and Healer won their .singles and double match from the Smiths...

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

. . ' ;; ; . - ; - -.'y .;...;' ' ; rrS L JUNIOR EDITION . ?''iv i ' ' -Am I RSpiir-T aWfcr sj--- i. -ir.r i STUDENT ELECTIONS May the Best Man win! (Vf Iririil II Fl))-irirlriF-iririf"if'iI l congratulations! s MM Jl P vw 111 Ji II M ll II II zW II i Track Team and TLP A Mcn T f MA Vol. 21 CAMPUS PLAYERS TO VIE ON NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT Mclpomcncans Work Out J Varied Program For Annual Night Coming as a clniax to a .season of successful entertainment next Tuesday evening there will lie presented in Scuell Auditorium a program by the Campus Dramatic Club called Melpomenean Night performance. Never before has the club spent so much time in working out an eu'iiing of such vaYied en- tertainment and interesting fea- tures according to H. I. North president. The entire club is working to put over this the last presentation for the )ear. The outstanding feature of the program m to be a one-act drama entitled "Singapore Spider." The play has a plot centering around a seaport and deals with li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 May 1934

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 May 1934

sir- J ' !" J ' r SCTB Page Three V TTrT;riniriiiiiijuijiMij ij'.niiwiniHi't'WfifMWlilmii i - .f --- ! ; ! ' . . M & l. & .31 f: .; "V I .-fa! S O C 1 ANNUAL P. A. L. S. BANQUET INCLUDES INSTALLATION OF 1935 OFFICERS Installation of officers for 1 934-35 was (lie highlight of the .animal liunqucl of the 1. A. L. S. Cluh held Friday evening in the Colonial Suite of Hotel Woolen. Estelle Duckworth became the new president. Oilier officers presented were: Dorothy Colley; vice-president; Mildred Hicks secretary-trasurcr; and Hettie Lo- gan Clay reporter. The club featured a good luck theme in decorations for the table which was centered with a golden horseshoe topped with a sparkling figure "13". Green and black club colors were given einplini Buy your groceries from a friend and patron of ACC N. E. Hicks Grocery Red and White Store 926 Ambler Dial 5755 PIGGLY - WIGGLY Operated by J. P. Nichols and Sons Four Stores Four Markets in Abilene B I SENTENCE YOU TO HANG by the cuff unt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 May 1934

tifttj-'"''1"'''' '' ' ' """-: IV D '8 jl Prigo Four K I'M B ' I I ft li ft u M t llif Mi 1 jii 1 m 1 7500 See 4CC Win First Places In Relay Events And High Jump Simmons Nowcll Green and Ward Set Record In Medley But Ruled Out; Watkins Winner llefore a crowd of 17500 at- tending the silver Anniversary of the Drake Kelavs lat Salurdav tin Wildcat team pave a perfect exhibition of sortsinanship stam- ina and ability. The sprint med- ic) rcla) team composed of Green Nouell Ward and Sim- mon defeated their old rivals the Pittsburg kansa State Teach- ers in the record time of ;$:29:.'l. After the members of the team had been awarded their medals the) were surprkel to hear the announcement that the) were dis- qualified. The rules committee had ruled against them because John Simmons had carried the baton illegall). Simmons had carried the baton in hi shirt for a short distance on his anchor lap' of the relay race. This manner ( of carr)ing the baton in the long- er race wai practiced b) o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1934

.. vfc. . .' w Let's Win Another T. C. Championship Vol. 21 STUDENT ASSOCIATION'S BANNER YEAR ACTIVITIES ARE SUMMARIZED POPE THE LEADER Varied Student Program Soon To Be Brought To Climax Under student leadership a )ear of progressive innovations in col- lege activity ha liccn completed. Jack Pope student proxy lias been largely responsible for the years accomplishments. Uunng ley iWickey. and Uale AlcCook the fall term students coo)cratcd sang and (loach A. B. Morris to build a student golf course the made a short talk to high school major activity of the year which students in Banger was started and completed. OnWeduesda) Miss Mur) Hale During the winter term at thu accompanied the quartette and a petitioning request of 400 stu- reader to Potosi and J. Eddie dent the school administration Wccm- went to Hamlin to speak permitted the revision of the Stu- to the high school seniors dent Association and the forma- Dean Walter Adams took a tiou of a Student Council. Boxiej group to Bul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1934

V" sirry''i .... ..... - rr r mi im-iiir- n r'"rn Tfinfiirriiiriy i-mkun.fliitmwMiw. nrtTMBTj m.jijii mi innniwm tr7 W? "' w ' ? '.oswt fcatfe f wo OPTIMIST .-..M.BiiinTr MgjrMuraMM)jjgyj iT.rTrTTl I I I f 9. i. M m m r- : ; r i stejtefcffls Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year -SI -50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas' Inter-Collcgiatc Press Association Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. G. IS. SHELBUBNE JH. Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager REPORTER GIVES HIS VERSION OF ANNUAL POLITICAL SWIRL OHkey Preached CTke Word M Shirley Morgan preached at Hi way 70. Trine Starncs spoke to church at Throckmorton. he Weslic Mickey was with church at Bed Springs. the Emtokial Stai-t Marlin Carruth Associate Editor Wildring B. Sherrod Lcmoine Lewis Trine Stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1934

y&ft&i. .uto:-.. . ... 9f!mK&Fr Site Ptgt Three . W& s4 4 i. Weddings and Socials Are In Limelight Jo Ruth Busby And Brad Leek Married .PARAMOUNT. Dr. and Mrs. Joe E. Bushy an- iiounce the marriage oi their daughter Jo Huth to Brad Leek son of Air. and Mrs. H. A. Lcck. The wedding took place May 5 in the home of the Hcv. K. I). Dunlap pastor of the First Bap- tist Church at Sweetwater offici ating lor the service. The hridc was married in a modi:h white ensemble with ac- cessories of white and a shoulder corsage of gardenias. Following i her graduation from Ahilcne high! school she attended ACC. Mr. Lcck is an employee of the Mexia Torpedo Company at Wink where they will make their home after June I. IIAHDIN-WEBB HITES Word wus received here Sun- day of the marriage of Miss Hob- hie Hardin and Busil Webb of Brownficld. Texas. The ceremony was read in the bride's home with 0. M. Reynolds officiating for the1 ceremony in the pre.'cnce of a few relatives. Miss Hardin wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1934

: UWJiWtlKhWWiMyWiMKMMIlfMM in Jmi ii i ' f-i Tii-T i i) riM- I t 1 1 i .- -.-- . . . ..a '.. . & : :w ' Pago Four -OPTIMIST MHHMHIBQiVFiPHvtfnKnwfjiRSBN 6. p ! r i i : H Cats Swamp Over Eagles WINS BY GREEN AND SIMONS DROPS OUTSTANDING IN MEET HERE THURSDAY ACC's Wildcats completed their sports relation with the Den- ton Eagles for this your last Thursday when they scored a OH to Ut track victory on the local held. I his win give the Wildcats three victories and one defeat in their tilts with the Eagles this year. The other two victories were scored in football and basketball while the lone defeat was suffered in basketball. Probably the feature of the meet was the two looses of John Simmons in the half and mile. John had not been training for the mile and the half was run just 20 minutes after the mik lie hopes to realize bis ambition and break the National iccord this year yet. Howard Green was the outstand- ing man of the meet. He strided to victory in the 100 yard dash in 9...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1934

rf. - w . " ' ( :t ts 'V.S FAREWELL EDITION l IS ; v;' "M r"W' ' 5 4- i .... . Goodbye And Good Luck Seniors! Happy Vacation! Coming Back Next Fall? "The Optimist affirms the Pessimist denies life." EmsN. - ' is 'iff VOLUME 21 COLLEGE ENDS BANNER YEAR WITH EXERCISES MAY 20-28 "A" Club to Build Campus Memorial During Vacation STARNES AND POPE PLACE FIRST AND THIRD IN ORATORY Barnctt Of Hardin And Simmons Is Second In Contest Trino Starncs won fir3t plnco and Jack Popo third. Monday night in the first nnnual intercollegiate' oratorical contest in honor of Rob- ert E. Lee. sponsored by tho Tom Green Chapter of tho United Dau- ghters of the Confederacy and held in the Abilene High School nud -torium. The subject of Starncs' oration was "A Tribute to It. E. Leo". "Our Eulogy to Leo" was Popo's title. Mrs. J. F. Clark chapter regent who presided over the contest pre- sented Starncs with a medal the design of which featured the colors of U.D.C. Second place went to Kelly Bar- nctt of Hardl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1934

iSSR .. ".'v ... .ui-.Mrtrvl-' ?A i'i1" H 1.11 H' ff- vf rM rtL'Vif i&TrC 'ty ' .;;' V-'C H- . ' . 111 ::. mrfM'-T. -i ... ...'.. t ..... j .... u .. '. t'.Lf-. f.t - : v)w-v.aiif i.. .. .....- -.- . - . . .... . .-j 'r'!M-' .- it If ML m MPage Two fifimBTi Published Weekly by the Students of Abileno Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Texas Entered as second clacs matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice at Abilene Texas under 'Kit " r 11m """ B. SHELUURNE JK. Editor-in-Chief REUEL LEMMONS Business Manager Eiutokial Staff Marlin Carruth Associate Editor Wildring B. Shcrrod Lemoine Lewi9 Trine Starnes Walter Daughcrity May Rcc Harrison News John Simmons and Bert Ezzell Sports Estclle Duckworth Society Harvey Childress Religious Woodic Holdcn Marlin Carruth J. W. Taggart Wildring B. Shcrrod Margaret Bell Walter Daughcrity Features and Columns Business Staff Foy Brantley... Assistant Business...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1934

l;iiMr iHk ''Jl 'j mn "r":.r?" ' Thursday May 17 1934 THE OPTIMIST wmw-"1. p v V t J tr- sociEty G. A.T. A. Holds Annual " Banquet in Ball Room of Wooten Friday Eve A Hawaiian theme was featured In decorations and program for the annual GATA banquet held Fri- day evening In the Modernistic ball room of the Wooten Hotel. Entrance to the room was made through a trellis gato ndorncd in nowcrs nnu vines inc room was arranged as a garden setting. Trees and flowers were in effective ( nrrnngecmnt as a background for the duct tables where the club colors of red nnd white were fa vored In flowers and candles. Elizabeth Ilrcwer. president gave a welcome to guests which opened the program. It was cli- maxed by announcement of offi- cers for 1034 35. The new of leers arc: Mary Jo Hart president; Louise McKcnzle vice president; Lucille Holmes sec- retary; Mildred Willis reporter; and Mary Faye Slmmcrcl. sergeant at arms. Utner numbers on the program wcro a reading by Loyce McLcod; solos sung by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1934

jUFPf r A Page Foul1 THE OPTIMI&T Thursday May 17 1934 WILDCATS WIN SECOND T.C. TRACK CROWNS Simmons Cowboys And Jackets In Tie For Runner-Up Position Simmons and Watkins Set New Record as Felines Take Seven First Places and Score in Every Event To Amas 60 Points Setting two of the six new records established Fridny at Brownwood J. Eddie Wecms' Abilene Christian Wildcats amassed GO points to.be crowned Texas Conferencetrack and field champions for the second consecutive year." The Fe- lines landed seven first places and scored in every event to stack up their high total. Simmons and Howard Payne tied for second place with 38 and Daniel Baker came up third with 2212 points. Christian Athletes Come To End Of Successful Year In Every Department SPORTS John Simmons of ACC low ered his own record in the 880 by more than three sec- onds by stepping it in 1 :56.8. Worth Watkins nationally known Wildcat high jumping ace cleared the bar at 6 feet 3 inches to shatter the record of G feet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 September 1934

&K HiiiHiHHiaMHHHniMHHBHnHiiHaHBHMR!inniiinnnnOTMHm BWHiB m ggji.-7a--r-' -.-. jlT n rw-n -- -.. -- i -. ih . r;. .1 . .;. Sf'ff3 "ffWp MUNEwnmiAti- Goum mm ABILENE 7EXAS Aoiiene Chnsfcan urne- AWeac Tcxm & i 1 i ! A rf ' SBMV-VtiJ . . . " VX aHI V Hf ' Welcome FrcsKiricn! .x fll&FW Ias rt HL Mil m P Ml Hill 9 mUL. I ' fPMLlir Vfer 11111111 ill '"-- i Hello Uppcrclassmenj . r 5Zyf CHRISTIAN COLLEGE LIBH ABILENE 7EXAS Volume 22 Abilene Christian College Abilene Texas Thursday September 13 1934 Number 1 4 L Tuesday Exercises Open Twenty-Ninth Session Fourteen Added to 1934'35 Faculty .Physical Education Is ( Strengthened With Degree Offered And Dowell Instructor Baxter Returns To Head ACC Bible Department Cogdell Will Be New Girl's Hall Hostess i Assuming their duties on Sep- tember B fourteen new faculty members became a part of the splendid staff of instructors in .Abilene Christian College. The first faculty meeting of the 1934- f 35 session was held in the ad- ministra...

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