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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 September 1934

HjjMiiMLiii i iiiiiiMiip Lilt .r j. tJA d -"nEajrriMioT'"- -rr ir A f I i .i JKl 17 & Vl or I U ft ! It . mjMMi&Sftl cL BOfe dHjp Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Irs-:. Uptitmst Office jAddress all Correspondence nnd Tilt Ul'TlftllST i& Members of Texas Inter - Subscrlption"pcr year SEntcrcd hs second glass matter Abilene Texas under TRINE STARNES Editoh FOY BRANTLEY Business Manaceu EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth Estclle Duckworth May Ilcc Harrison Bert Ezzcll Walter & f HOW DO YOU LIKE US? This is a question everyone likes to ask and have answer- ed. Reputation depends upon what we ttiink of each other and "A Good name is rather to be chosen than great inches." You have seen the largest opening in the history of Abilene Christian College. You have seen the most beautiful campus since its beginning; the ideals of our institution have been disclosed and an extensive effort has been made to welcome you. Now we are wondering what you think...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 September 1934

1 v-waaeyTiwiti::i.'ri-at w IIWMWWWIIiiWIIWW wr .; u -1 'v i i". -'" ''? "'-' ' """"""y1 -"- . . t v tt-f - " - -THiroiivflST :r- gr" afct. . v . j. . KiflHfa(fW.'- T . . MB. WMKS I ; : . : :v . . . m H U r 'A ..V . '.-- a -f X V ': r i ViISIT The Pender Company For Tlie NEW SPIRAL STENO NOTE BOOK Wc also have a general -line of school supplies 273 Cypress Street t Phone 7225 DR. JOE E. BUSBY Chiropractic Physiotherapy and Scientific Massage Thoroughly qualified experienced and specially equipped to render a superior PHYSICAL HEALTH SERVICE Seventeen Years Practice in Abilene 612 Minis Bldg. Phoncp 5 153 8318 A. C. C. STUDENTS Welcome to" Our Barber Shop. Hair Cuts 35c AREY-LEDBETTER 1012 N. 2nd ' D. J. Richardson W. W. Grubb E. L. Lcdbettcr J. W. Arcy Dr. Jno. A. Roberson DENTAL SURGEON 313-314 Alexander Building Hours 9 to 12 n.m.; 1:30 to 5 p.m. Phones 5533 7098 WELCOME From REXA.SMITH JEWELRY SOClET'l Ko Jo Kais Stage Reunion Returning sun-burned and blis- P.A.L.S. Enliven Summe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 September 1934

6 t. -mm wmlillmniiw-.i- '. "TftE'Ol'TIMIST 9 1 I J1 2. II 9 e : I ? . .J -i . YE A' sTT nrATC f Weyvclcomc you back to school. nnil JthuIjih.I . .. . t1 . 4 ct;nu iu you a cordial in- tSVllntlnn tn Visil nnr atnrn nnrl in. flfi1"1 0Ur 8mart C"e8ac Styles. r FALL DRESSES In the New Ccrial Crepes and Novelty Woolens new clever styles that add charm and indi vidunlity to every garment. CdATS and SUITS With that little touch of something different that makes each one an outstanding style. 9.95 to 29.50 MILLINERY 1" r mini Itrl I Who Wrote This Letter? Taras Turbans and Brims and lkndcaus. Classy tricky and clever. Try them on. 1.95 to 4.95 NEW AUTUMN FOOTWEAR CHIFFON HOSE ringlcss no shadows very sheer 1.00 In a gorgeous array of new ' patterns and leathers Ties or Pumps to suit every Foot New crushed kids with stack- ed leather heels for smart college dressers. It will he n pleasure to show you this line. 2.45 to 4.95 cVwKtfi A Store for FashioU'Wlee-Women 'OiiA.-. r-v; .jT- 'a -" c.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1934

Jti 11 llF1Mrl-MrKl 1 1 Support the Wildcats Vol. 22 Abilene Christian College Thursday September 20 1934 1 '" T - I No. 2 f? "iVg V r T Arouncl flic JLair.... A..A..4 Here after an iiicrcdihly eliort summer we're settled down to another long ses- sion of what Grammaw and Grampaw call "something we'll never appreciate as the happiest time of our lives." Hut although wc don't exact- ly sit around and .concent rate on appreciation most of us do have an inkling thuuwc arc at the peak. In high school we didn't take things seriously enough in the uni- versity we'll be too serious but here - Isn't it grand to be in a school in Texas where everybody knows everybody else land their busi- ness) ? 'Maybe it is nobody's busi- ness that 'the Wildcats do somo scratching down at Slcphcnville tomorrow. And maybe Proxy won't be there to smash hats and forget presidential dignities. Don't freshmen grow up quick? Look at the strinK on the var sity who were mere fish the last limn urt rmulpgCcndcd tO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1934

; K'!kfi -'AiiyBlBHIIWlWIiiy lHWwWWMJiiEraBMBL. iilifflB6;'4?feH; Btt .' ' R ;?v7?wwiffwpf' l '" j-lfPra3r' Page Two THE OPTIMIST Thursday September 20 193" sMmWBmS&SmWW Ja "' 8raH5s ' 1 j.7 " : f '- f Fh I- v '' -; ifc. i . !' V fi I.. $fiOf$fiiia& Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Intcr-Collcgialc Press Association Subscription per year $1.50 Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice at ALilenc Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Editor FOY BRANTLEY Business Manaccu Editorial Staff Marlin Carruth Wildring B. Shcrrod Estellc Duckworth Bill Locke Morris Howard Lc Moinc Lewis Batsell Barrett Baxter- Sara Nell Hives Annette Bceman Homer Jordan Hope Clements Lona Johnson Hope Reed Chester Kcagy. Business Staff Crystal Blanton Dudley Faveu Marjorie Adrian JlMMIE STACCS IVALOU MAL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1934

v- .:A&4 m ' M Thursday September 20 1934 THE OPTIMIST J r f KINSHIP i - -- -- -oi jgyjKWW Social Activities Enliven Campus Li fe During Week w G. A. T. As Announce New Pledges Sub'T'16 Cruises In ' Bedecked Tuscororfr y -a M Yt "lUS The G. A. T. A.'s were hos- tesses recently in the lovely home of Wilma Kendrick 1725 North Fifth to a group of A. C. C. girls. Rooms were decorated in flowers mid all appointments carrying out the club colors and emblem. Games of forty-two were play- ed and an ice course with dazil squares bearing the club name in red were served to: Vivian Day Gcraldinc and Maxinc McCalcb Christine Young Elizabeth Com- olli Jewell Scars Johnnie Bess i) i rn ci.c. r n f- Tk" nixu u -j-iiuiu.i i.uii.ii- -ui' vv ....i m-... f-..-- r-.ii:-.. -f" lUUICIO 11IUIV 1 lutiktn V.1JII1-I t:a " l - l m t f r-l 1 I ami cx-u. a. i. a. s mrs. iicu I die Harvey Mrs. Fred McKinzie and Mrs. Bobby Byrnts. Others present were Mildred Wright Mrs. V. 11. Ross Mary Jo Hart Joyce McLeod L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1934

Ol : 'byii& f?f THE OPTIMIST Wiiti-.. - ' 'V - ' I I. .-.I !! nut mini I. -hi n nMiii " iiwBMiMMiiwwMiwitBHW(WSMMiWIWHWBWIwf.r'fr'. fiPffilWFT j &&T Pge Four A1- ' 'T i v 'v riB H cwr '. v :v . .7 i- M J - ;. ;- i 7 U With The ATHLETES flMr fy Elbert "Andy" Anderson Well folks it won't be long now till wo meet those Stephen- villc l'lowboys nnd they arc go- ing to be plenty tough. 'Ihe Wild- cats defeated John farlcton Inst year 19-0 but all the counters re- sulted from intercepted passes. We may not be so fortunate this j car. It is rumored that A. C. C. will have the strongest team in its his tory this season. The first game! will be a fair test for such an eleven. Junior College competi- tion has been taken too lightly and for this reason the ole "Dope Bucket" has been terribly upset on numerous occasions. worn Cats Invade Home Of Plowboys First Game of the Year Students why not give the boys a rousing send-off tomorrow morning before they embark for Plowtown. They ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1934

BasiiisMMBsBsaBBMCBaMisBadfcJsMHsMiMiisiSMMMiss . u 4- - a A 21 .: t f Br WyDllllr l!fW II I I I I I I tTRI'X Yea Wildcats! Let's Go! ' ' . ' We Predict '13-6 Victory! it IF f ' .1' r (. Vol. 22 Abilene Christian College Abilene Texas Thursday September 27 1934 Number 3 . J ft h . i '.. i tr ... t " T. M. C. A.rouncl iha Laiv.... Whcro there's smoke etc. nntl there's plenty smoke left In lliu Cuts for tonight ho watch out for tliu fire anil iho vvoiks. Again wo stand by the OptiniiHt banner nml ileclnrc wo haven't been boat- en yet. This happens to be our year to make the 12 whllo the Bulldogs aro wolcomo to the 7. Cats and Dogs! Possibly ours are black cats this eve- nlng. At any rate Jinxes aro pretty Jlnxy about stalking around tho Lair. Tbero aro tho tlmo-honorod "3" ones ot McMurry and tho "0-0" ones of John Tarloton. Still savs tlio Arkansas Ga- zette n rabbit foot Is n poor sub stlttito for horse sense. And spooking ot horses it means you 'n mo both when it comes to kooplng o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1934

:a A .T vz V-'' ' ' ';! -f '-ki y . ' . 'i - - r -. sH :- j r V-1 I - fc Ly Page Two lfiLftmBfi Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Address all Correspondence and make nil Money Orders Payable to ' THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Tcxns Inter-Collegiate Press Association Subscription per year .$1.50 Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postofficc at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Editoii FOY BRANTLEY Business Manaci:i EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth -...Assistant Editor Norvclle Young Hope Heed L'ona Johnson Hope Clements An- nette Bceman Homer Utlcy Batscll Barret Baxter Walter Daughcrily Joe Edward Parrish Dixie Wilt Roberta Bce- man Peeblc Birchitt News' Staff Otis Gatewood J. T. Stanfill Tom Campbelh Religious Staff Estcllc Duckworth Society Wildring B. Slicrrod Rcucl Lcmmons Homer Jordan" James Taggart ..... - Features Elbert Anderson Kicth Moore Morris Howard Bill Locke Spor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1934

Thursday September 27 1934 - THE OPTIMIST jtXi & ;- .t. K v ft ' t . .y SOCIETY ;l Tea Given To New Kitten Hub Girls New members of llio Kitten Klub were entertained with n ten Monday afternoon from 'M till 5:30 In tho modernistic ball robin ' of tho Wooti'ii Hotel. President Mary Alice Leathers; Vice-President Muriel Moore; Sccretary- Treusurer Mary Jo Hart; Nepoit- or Kstcllo Duckworth; newly- elected sponsor Miss Floy Shaw and little Iris Jean McKlnzIo mascot formed the receiving line. A purple and white color ' scheme was maintained in the astort carnations made up the center-piece with uugel food squares imprinted in purple and a banner bearing "K. K." served as favor. -v Miss Jewell Watson and Mrs. Cogdcll presided at the table. Mil- sle was furnished by Misses Kllcc McGregor and Lcolti Logsdnu. New members attending were: Frances Macon Virginia Walker Doris Clontj!""paulino Moss Zel- ma Mitchell June Austin Crys- tal Illanton Marcelino Nelson Xenla Hruckcrs Olivcda Shacke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1934

'.y. :r-' v B !MBgBfeijPMilBy li 'XS'S2SSSimli Page Four TKE OPTIMIST Thursday September 27-1934 Wildcats Held To 6-6 By .e Tie Plowboys tf flfffjgy With The ATHLETES 3y ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON As predicted tlie Plowboys proved to lie plenty tough yet the Wildcats have no alibis they lennied n groat deal and Coach Moiris is drilling them bard. Tonight tho local boys mo out lor l'ovongo. This huirblo scribe predicts a 13-7 scoro with th0 T. M. C. Bulldogs bringing up tho roar. That Big-Hoy Parker will be worth watching tonight lie play- ed his fiiM game in the lmckficld against Tnrfcton and made a no- table showing. Little "Andy" Anderson called thoso plays like a vol- own against tho Plowboys and wo can depend on him for n Jam-up good gamo to- night. The A. C. C. casualty list has dwindled to the extent that every man on the scpiad could don his Ions and ie his nil to bring thU long-sought ictory into the Wildcats' Lair. Let us romombor that alter tho smoko of tonight's mclco has clo...

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

tlMifl r-w f w Md' r - f Smile! Laugh! Smile! J iv Vol." 22 Abilene Christian College Abilene Texas Thursday October 4 1934 Number 4 '". Write A Letter Home - i . N 'V (. ' ? ( Around ilic Laii'...o Abki Tho lourlh wook ot school and six wcoks oxnms Just two weeks o!L (But this Is snpposod to bo an Optimist naUay). Twenty-two now Mcliwiincncuns sprout wings tills week nflcr one of tho most strenuous tryouts In history. Pantomimes woro black with itnurlc hulcldes mill pink with tender proposals hut n score of young Shnkcspearcs huvo butldcd forth so here's to a greater piny senson for '3l-'35. An unusually smart crop of ftbthmen this year any way. With tho largest loot- balj squad In history and tho raulc and literary dcpqrt- menU atlfylngly replenish- (shed ACQ smiles Into the tu- tor. Three lively active language c'ubs in addition to the Plckwlck- luu and Gavel Clubs form quite n literary nucleus for Lniritcs. Who said tho literary society was a Ilnls or post mortem or simply tnboo...

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

::&&mSRimiiiuW-. .-.- . .... rfrHn "i'"1 ii l'' .. j.t ulii j mm u in i"-i I IIWTMIlrtllBWWIW i A yfUMagyi " "'"'' iiMMmiwwnmiiwr l l iriiV ijm& fcsara&w ::?. :r p fPage Two Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Address nil Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association Subscription per ) ear .$1.50 Entered as rc;ond class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice nt Al ilenc Tcxns under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Editok FOY BRANTLEY Business Manacuu EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth Assistant Editor Norvellc Young Hope Heed L'ona Johnson Hope Clements An- nette Bccman Homer Utley Batsell Barret Baxter Walter Daugherity Joe Edward Parrish. Dixie Witt Roberta Bcc- man Pccblc Birchitt New Staff Otis Gatcwood J. T. Stanfill Tom Campbell Religious Staff Estcllc Duckworth Society Wildring B. Slicrrod Rcuel Lcmmons Homer Jordan Ja...

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

i .. f'Vv.i. kit;. a life. ft. V yvf W&' Y (T ' tK v I r y1 JHIf' K hr i B" A ?- '' 3 . ' lit - Bfe; 'TJk JKu. ' Thursday October 4 1934 THE OPTIMIST ' Page Three K . ' "d niinri uatpo It . n I SOCIET1 P.A.L.S. HOLD PROGRESSIVE DINNER PARTY IN HOMES OF MEMBERS FRIDAY Three pledges of P.A.L.S. town girls' social club and Mrs. W. M. Dowcll newly elected sponsor were honored guests Friday eve ning for a progressive dinner par- ty. Margaret Ann Williams Nell Dowlin and Norma Sliahan were honorccs at the affair. Assembling in the home of Kcba McKinnis 1319 Peach guests were served cocktail and heard the welcome extended by Estcllc Duckworth president to gcther with a poem "Luck" rem tiered by Acnes Clark. Salads were served in the homtH of Mildred Hicks 2125 Pine am talks were made by the four guests. The main course was served in the home of the presi- dent 609 East Sixteenth where x autumn leaves in )cllow orange and rusk decked the rooms and were massed on a candlelit table. Sweet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 October 1934

f.'r. n i iii iiwiiMwiiiiiniiiiw mii !! X$j$M . .; .;; v V;7g THE OPTIMIST Thursday October 4 192 1 u:wiS & V'';;;; ' Page Four ' 't ' " & ' ' f i Q 5 i With The ATHLETES ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON Our bolovcd Prc.ysays tlint wo must loam to loso as well us win. How about n lesson In winning soon? Tlio Wildcats nre ready but bavo a tough asslgnmont Sat- urday afternoon. Bulldogs Emerge With 13-0 Score Over Local Boys Hill Leads Wildcats In An Uphill Battle With Soldiers Last week those Sul Ross Lo- bocs really frightened the liar-din-Simmons Cowboys. This Bcrlbo witnessed the fray and 'saw very little difference between tho two teams. You can look for n "scratchln' " good battlo when A. C. C. tangles with those Sul Ross "giants." "Jew" Hill the little man thut ran over around and through those Bulldogs last week dis- played an elusive style that may errn a starting beith in the back field. Tore were other outstanding Cats on the field: George Cole veteran lineman who reported to...

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

- -rta t "'.VsT1' HF i. .' "' . k;i .fc-Jfc. . .r".J '. - V-" ft. .' w. i .--J iprnawiaeiiiaMMMMdBMi ptfwm4HiiiHrejiB mmfrufi'-m". -r .t" : ?&''.." -'i- sr" ? ? ?w.;v . ..;z- -: ." v ' 3ftoteaa '".T. " . ' "" ' ' '" '" WillMy Ship Come In? Not Unless I Send One Out. 4 i' X I t. Vol.- 22 Around JLair. ic Brother Adams' speech in Tuesday's chnpol strikes tho koynoto of tho wo ok or tho year or ol history fou that mnttor. Conlldoncol What a mnrvolous thing for a school like ACC to have and how much wo havo to mnlto us confldont. "I can do all things through Christ which' strongtheneth me" is not only tho viewpoint of the confident hut of tho optimist as well. And not until optimism litis that lmsis is It worthwhile. While wo nro on tho subjort of colloglnto virtues ltogular lty is another good thing. J. Eddlo believes in It regular lntonsivo hours of practice. Miss Malono bolloves in it. And Morris Howard beliovos in It. So lot's bp out to tho pop rally tonight and keop oursolves i...

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

mw' rW r- ''.L-L2it.Mh.l"-J .. . . If --"-y-? juhf fiiiggtiBBMHfT? '( ii 'GwkiMliMuMi sasiwiy?! . nrw ArXHiI9K9KTC&Nn im ji ""' ''TntxaWPjrwaAt.Hr"t' M7iiJf:V M... f IF. "i 9: .nS " tr" v; r rr ; I " S PHr ageTwo ( 1 3 T V s 'a f J ? W 0 a- f I . :MijJtoTi Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium 'Address all Correspondence and nit uruftiiai AmLLinL icta Mntnl.nm rr Tnvrni Ititnr.f!nl Irninte Press Association SiiltDnrinhnil llpr I'PJir lErrtcrcd- as -second cla'ss matter June 28 1929 at the postoffico at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Editor FOY BRANTLEY Business Managua EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth Assistant Editor Norvcllc Young Hope Heed L'ona Johnson Hope Clements An- nette Uecman Homer Utley Batscll Barret Baxter Walter Daughcrily Joe Edward Parrish. Dixie Witt Roberta Bee- man Pccblc Birchitt May Hep Harrison News Staff Otis Gatcwood J. T. Stanfill Tom Campbell Religious Staff Estclle Duckw...

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

mL' vc.yjTj 'ij.i ?t. . . u "J1' i' -ym fftK&NlWj&Z&uMizi?3 i j WMIiMttlWiWKaiigMJi!''1 wiT .i-j " St s " v i. jv? ' Thursday October 4 1934 THE OPTIMIST Page TKf ee V ma ' 'v' i.' V ..r w . if t 1&- ij rV &4" ' s' : SOCIETY Dames Honor With Parlor Reception Honoring the now faculty mem- here "Tho Dnmcs'f of Abilene Chritftinn College ontertalnpu with a reception In the parlors of Zellncr hall last Friday night. President Jntncs P. Cox nnd Mrs. CoXf president of the Domes hcntlcd tho receiving lino and .were followed by: Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Dowell 1). II. Craln- Mr. nnd Mrs. I'ciin Gilhrcth Craw- ford Allen Mrs. H. II. Cogdell Miss Mnrgnrot Hhri'sniann Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnrcnco Haley John T. Glrtsi Miss Amelia Hnkcr- vllle Itoy I-ncy Miss Ploy Shaw Eugene White Miss Mildred Sel. ers Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Halley Mr. nnd Mrs J. II. Miles. Vice-president Morris presided bvei thu following entertainment: Welcome- by President Cox; (junr- tet renditions by Leonard Ilnr. ford ...

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

'..'.J. I J.-'lSU iMrVW' ZStScS feXES3E3E33 Page Four THE OPTIMIST Thursday October 11 1934 .1' j.'irjfwAiafflMsTTL ' i n1f7mHBB3BBBraii. 1 TlwIti'JHThMMlKi.ra: . W1- '"'.. at ; v H I fflI With The ATHLETES 3y ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON An article in tha American Cnmpus rovoals an insuranco policy lor athletic lnjurlos. Tho collcoo usually pays tbo premium lor tho athlolos. A. C. C. would have collected on ilvo players last week which is cuito n numfaor to ho in Jiuctl in n squad as small as tho Wildcats. Again tho Morrismon failed to sample that bwcet tnslo of vic- tory hut they aro determined to tuko ho first hito nt Denton Mon- day. Th0 Wildcats playod thoir best snmo of tho season alter travcllinn 3G0 miles over dus- ty roads tho day beforo tho game. This is not an ideal rost lor tho tounh assignment thoy had against Sul Ross. Last year A. C. C. routed Den- ton 0 0. You can look for more scoring tins year. My prediction is 1H-7 which will mark our first victory. Tho Kittens are also...

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

' rV.iJ&k41tkftk twfcl & rkktf . SBBtouwu TO .TO ' Jt. . U .. 4 ' . Nk Our'SthooMs Being 'Complimented Lets' Keep the High Standard u "A glad heart makcth a cheerful countenance" Proverbs 15:13. Vol. 1 Abilene Christian College Abilene Texas Thursday October 18 1934 Number 6 jL--- ----- -i-iissssiisssBMBsBB - "-- liMlHmiNmMiaMaMMiaMnnHliMHiHHH HHMBBBIltMBIIHISBKIIBBPitBBilBIlK .?AW(f. m?s :mif V? rns3maOTiiiBii!wnTri3ri!'smr7i'i.yauMira6R'Tnwi."T -y.i is? -TarY "Twl;Fwffr-rA r wpt" m;1 ::'' .t. ' -1 ' - T' ' At ' ' - ' t.v .t1 - "v.-itrw l r 4 '$"" .. f ' t -wr? !: ri -WLTatVWS. c"w- .MlWifr r1 - - i i ns. &. jt Tigers ryr round the Lair.... Well thoy'ro upon us six week's reports! The most her- alded and looked-forward-to event of the season. Here's where wo know our own mind and alasl wlicrc the faculty hecomes hcttcr acquainted with It. Won. dcr If wo've l)ccn missing an)- thing? We reatyy thought when we were so heartily in favor ol the semester plan that that system...

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