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

- 'J.'i.VjVM 'V ! ..'t .tffc WSateHSVSiOttwi -. ' .vT. '. V... "'l " .:: UiaftMmNrKKMMa ifcfcvlitftfWlMkftW : tWpWW ;v;?;fwpwppw" W.r - a?. I Page Two THE OPTIMIST Thursday October 18 1934 &-. . - - tar-" "" rl t: ! Br I J t f Published Weekly by thd Students of Abilene Christian Collego Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Paydblc to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS - Members of Texas Inlcr-Collcgiatc Press Association Subscription per year $1 .50 Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffico at ' Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Editok FOY BRANTLEY Business Manage! EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth .. -...Assistant Editor Norvclle Young Hope Heed L'ona Johnson Hope Clements An- nette Bccman Homer Utlcy Batsell Barret Baxter Walter Daughcrity Jqc Edward Parrish. Dixie Witt Roberta Bee- man Pccblc Birchitt May Rcc Harrison News Staff Otis Gatcwood J. T. Stanfill Tom Campbell Religious Staff Estcllc ...

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

- 9MMMRM :i?-r'-ww!ar(? H J' I Mil ' v ' w . it -s 'Thursday October 18 1934 THE OPTIMIST Page Three Reducing Girls Should Sample Scrambled Radio society y nHHHKliMMMIHNHIHMIIMI r .. . . . wir ; I'' I 3 ' . .'"; i - 1 ' Ko Jo Kais Honor Four Pledges in Reception Members of tlio Ko Jo Kni so- clal club honored (our pledges Willi n formal reception in tlio modernistic ball room of the Wootcn Hotel and were guests to the P. A. L. S. G. A. T. A. Sub 'MO uml Tiojan Club Honor guests were: Elizabeth Fcnloy escorted by Duford Until- win; Totsy Hoblson who liiul as tier escort Paul Comolll; Sue Mnrimrot Owcii. cscoitpcl bv Jack Cnrtcrj and Virginia Walker who" first tuble progressing to the was escorted bv And y Anderson. I kitchen to prepare the rcficsh. Saturday Parties Begun at Zellner Heeding the modern call "Go north young mnn" ten gallants arrived at Zellner'g poitals Sat- urday night for the first of a eries of weekly paitles. The group played progressive 42 earl Those in the lccclvi...

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

SB'-34.iA... 1 l" Tf-Xf t-i"Wftli v i.rM.Nriif.nliysl..iiimlKssaNmftiiaW scggstreyingyHBgwna Rv'.WwsVi ? WW' -$ " V: PagcFour THE OPTIMIST Thursday October 18 1934 SPORTS Want A Special Train To Brownwood? Then Let's Talk It Up. On To Brownwoodl rJ? 5 rimiiM iUHHBHnHKJHn! i r flr With The ATHLETES 3y ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON Instead of a prediction this week wo'U mnko a mathomntlcnl nnnlooy. Listonl Hardlu.Sim. mens and T.-inlty tied St. Ed- wards nosod out H-S 9-G St. Ed- wards and Southwestern played a 6-6 doadlock Denton Toachcrs trounood Southwostorn 00 and look A. C. C. lor tbo same count. Theroloro all olso being equal we nro threo points better thaa Trinity. It has been provod how. ever that Haurcs Ho. So do pro- dictions. For tho benefit of those who did not witness tho struggle be- tween tho Eagles and Wildcats wo might inform you "Squib" Corruthcrs and George Cole do- scivc much praise for their per- formance Monday night. Weatherford Beats ACC Freshmen 19-0 The freshmen jou...

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

. . ..- . i. - .-( - )f " O ''.5. ? ' " !"'"iti' m tftftb . " ' - ' - .. ' .v -v AfaatAiiik-fc ' rv?j Blfl'JlHltllWlMMlllWWIIllllllllW f MESSFe 'x ' -- r.' -'''f . - ' - -s '' ".' -V. " .. .K I ' SSI r ' 9 . '-Si-: ' Have Your Pictures Made Immediately )Vol. 22 Around ike JUair.... Tradition wua. started afrcsl J (baturday. aftqrnooiu whoa the. "nc'w" bean bell rang for the vffrst time to proclaim a Wildcat "victory. May it ring loud and 4Iong.and often and like its be- jlovcd'prcdcccssor may its voice Jbccoinc.d'ecp and sweet and mcl- Mow with the passing of time. n s "Ring on thou Bean' Belli ' ... ' " $ Am) as .it rang a sixth of the school year for 1934-33 had passed jinto tba history that is what we ihavo made it. i y l .Only thirty more weeks to go ircsumnn anu wore preuicung .they'll he no longer than these 'linlf.ilozon hnvo hern. For by now you've made your adjustments- followed Proxy's scandalously disloyal advice to find yourselpg hcV interests new activities new sweethea...

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

a r . -HT?Miielii!sfrlifrsMsBss tMW .i"r a"i MMMMnWI M ' Page Two THE OPTIMIST Thursday October 25 1934 a$m& r"ri WILDCAT purrrr"rrs Sterns of Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium ' Ntiim . .rjijiMimaiBrMMMMMigMM PwsKsMMsiSesB)Siisl3MCsCw "w-wH(ffiffiaHi at Address nil Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Tex3s Inter-Col legiate Press Association Subscription per year . 81.50 Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postofficc at .Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Editor FOY BRANTLEY Business Managed EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth Assistant Editor Norvcllc Young Hope Reed Lbna Johnson Hope Clements An- nettc Dccman Homer Utley Ratscll Barret Baxter Walter Daughcrity Joe Edward Parrish Dixie Witt Roberta Bee. man Peeblc Birchitt May Rce Harrison News Staff Otis Gatewood J. T. Stanfill Tom Estelle Duckworth Wildring U. blicrrod Iteuel Lcm...

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

- ."'' .'' -AVv vh ''.''. .. iTiwa MM yjimr-jiiiiiiimMMMp PPPTS" . & - mw rv;; "r';?4S;s;; A '. ft W tl ''M- f ' ' SHMpHHHMHMRMiMfi EjgmJlXiJMiUaaRafeMMa&y nw!SEFNmfsL.r:'&s if.' . rt"f T-c. El -.- r. v 6 - k ;. b Thursday October 25934 THE OPTIMIST sociEty TROJANS HOLD JEWELL SEARS ANNUAL STEAK FRY ENTERTAINS IN HOME Tho Trojans held their -annual fall steak fry Tuesday night in tho homo economic laboratory. Steak potatoes tomatoes pick- les buns fruit salad and ice cream were served to forty-three members and guests. The guests were entertained with a kangaroo court over which tho Honorable Thomas Campbell presided. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Dowel) Mr. Charles Morris Bert Rzzcll Lucille Holmes Charles Holmes Mary Jo Hart n. V. Hardcgrec Gwendolyn Walker Robert Carruthcrs Johnnie Hess need Worth Watklns Leola Logsdon. London Hill Maxlno McCalcb V. D. Haggard Muriel Moore Mor ris Howard Lorcne Spears Clif- ton Walker Blanche Hobison P. Co...

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

rise .-m -y.fywBEiftJBWiiwiaa?aiMfciaiBdg ! nmwiiw .a; 7 ... - wr tv T-(Ujb'f; 59V T'?.'r PageFour THE OPTIMIST ."Thursday October 2? 194 . Wildcats Down Tigers In Conference Game k.. fiF i J. -T 3 WLJ g"T " "WWWWliWMWWMiWiBWMiiiMWBWJhMiWMM P JfllW "" WfcM L V I tfiI With The ATHLETES 3y ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON Tho Wildcats clawed and ioufltat their way to tho top rung ol tho Toxas Conleronco ladder last Saturday by trouncing those Irigors 270. It is unnecessary to remind you loyal supporters ol tho score bocauso it Is written In all conspicuous places in the boys' hall; maybo in tho girls' dorm but that cannot bo proved by this humblo scribe. A. C. C has a powerful line and good rcscrvo strength with a Nock of hard running backs and it looks to us like a conference ban. ner. Many times the Morrismcn have finished high in conference standing hut never have they copped the coveted pennant. It is difficult to pick outstand. lng men in such boautiful team play as that dlsplayod last wee...

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

' x'.IA "a JwwwWBNHBwSwi r . - S..V. "it I ' 'Af ;'' .!:? i ' ' ""fir h Spooks Arc Gone! Yellow Jackets. Arc Swarming X.4?S! u On to Howard Payne! On To Conference Win! r . .'-c.f v Ks. V v" v.. I -I ''I 'j r iJ- '.jyS "A glad heart maketh a cheerful countenance" Prbvcrbs 15:13. i - Vol. 22 Abilene Christian College Abilene Texas Thursday November 1 1934 Number 8 . . ! . 1V .r . I . . - . I U... ' . . n - . 1 - t . i i ItMiii i MfcMllhllWyi MMIBMMilWlW WIlWHWIWiWIln11 Mill iHJHPi WIWWlilBWMB IHllliMIHHIlllHrplHiWHiMPW'r'PIM WMITP'iTHIIwmWPiI"Ii HHIH fit ' MM MBnf 'MrlMtwJ W 1 1 i'l miwI i" ''fi'n ' M' i'U'P '"' Wk 2r. 3E.JWE 9fff'CK::s. St iCci fHraro v v;-- wwafri r -m- Ij fc- " . T ""Mi-jr" -fr - 1 . . - f -v -x j j 4 Wildcats and Yellow Around hc Two unusual coIIoqo functions in this particular wook probably did something toward keeping down excosslvo Hallowo'en actlv. Hies. Monday ovenlng some ol us saw oursolves as others see us which should considerably raise tho standard ol l...

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

It " i THE OPTIMIST Thursday November 1 1934 IIWIIIIIBIHMIIIIHIIBIIIMI IMiMJI W Hill HI ipil Win l ""T " M t.Vlfl 0BAm .CTK u wSB ST ' m vl Page Two $v w r Hi ; rev lift f $! r I1 MWiill Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwell Auditorium Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association Subscription per year .$1.50 Entered as second class matter June 20 1929 at the postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Euitoii FOY BRANTLEY Business Managua EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth Assistant Editor Norvelle Young Hope Heed L'ona Johnson Hope Clements An- nette Bccnian Homer Utley Batscll Barret Baxter Walter Daugherity Joe Edward Parrish. Dixie Witt Roberta Bee- man Peeblc Birchitt May Rce Harrison News Staff Otis Gatcwood J. T. Stanfill Tom Campbell Religious Staff Estellc Duckworth .'.Society Wildring B. Sherrod Rcucl Lcmmon...

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

" 7 ' . .! ." . .... ...tffl3ftacAj;7-. .... uum-mf ' ?' t1 . tit wWWBSPPPHWHlPWWiPI-v; ''''W'Mmm . v" - y !: ' J . Thursday November 1 SOClETl P. A.L.S. SERVE PROGRESSIVE MEAL 4. KO JO KAI PLEDGES HONOR MEMBERS Tlie P. A. I i S. Club (jiitni tallied guests with a Hallowe'en progros. ivo dinner Monday exciting in the homes of six members. On urrlving at the homo of Helm McKlunis 1310 Hcecli guests were taken into n dimly lighted room decorated with .witches black cats mid other spooks where the members fish cd for favors. Cocktail was served and a welcome talk was given by Dorothy Colley club president. The group next journeyed to the home of Kitty Colo HO Mean dor whero a witch served soup from a steaming black cut Guests had palms read by Witch Dowel i and Gypsy Clny. Tho main course was served in tlio homo of Miss Colley 8U7 Grope where corn pumpkins nnd cats decked the room with a long cnndle lighted table. A reading and song were given by three pledges. Salad was served in the ...

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

!' t With The ATHLETES 3y Wildcats Lose 11-0 Battle With Fightm? Sam Houston Teachers ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON Tbo Wildcats woro a Uttlo too anxious to moot thoso Boaxcats. Thoy an ivod in Huntsvlllo a d&y oarly and whon the onmo was linally played tho A. C. 0. play- ers woro slugalsh and lacked that glnnor and snap that it takos to win football gamos. This markod our lourui non-comorcuco uuiuui but I bollovo it is tho last whip ping lor tho Morrlsmcn this so a son. Last Minute Aerial Attack Foils The Morrismcn; Cats Hold Opponents On One-Yard Line For Four Downs In Spectacular Defensive Play Among Conference Teams Charles Holmes served as cap. lain In tho Sam Houston tussl anil he ccituinly set an example for hts teammates. Holmes was breaking up plays all night; it was worth tho trip to watch tliis senior play a smashing end poai. tlon. Tho Yellow Jackets will bo hosts to tho Wildcats and their many supporters tomorrow night Sports writers havo picked How- ard Payno as tbo favor...

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

fc mifcpi?1-! c.. -a. .j -dp : 1 " -Pt V What Matters a kangaroo 4" 'VffiFI i MM BJlL-IlE . jJmf' ' ffl ;N 'whh a Kick 14 f H"m Urn r mIFhI TlfwY hk I l When Thcrc's A wade $tt l jmip MEJUJUUU LeftTocaw J& "A glad heart maketh a cheerful countenance" Proverbs 15:13. ' . .. &"..'. VOL xz " t ' r .n v u i w 4 k A .round the iLair.... With llio organization of tho Nolan County Club last Monday maybe tho geographic clubs are about through clubbing for this year. Tliero arc olght or ten of them around the Lair now. Every ono should ho from some county section or territory covered by one of them. Or do we have a few men without countries? "Tkan leauea folk to goon 9a pHgruBBit" but we're not wait- lag until Aprllle iotas with his houres. ThifUrcEy November weather or aomethlng bag taken half ol tbe student body oae way or other the past week. Betides the gang to Brownwood about 50 preachers have wended their way to the religious deoate at Tort Worth tor the lint three daya of this...

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

'1 ' i j. VI " 'i v. . 7 I b j. J'. toij IWI Al TT-rtf l HI .1. . 1 Ui . ' i. (. V - 1 Page Two . ' THE OPTIMIST !. -' ' I J' ft ' I ft " 1 r i I TJtJxm. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Address all Correspondence and make all IMoncy Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association Subscription per year ....81 .50 Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postofficc" at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES EulTOIt FOY BRANTLEY Business Managua ' EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth ...Assistant Editor Norvellc Young Hope Heed L'ona Johnson llopu Clements An- nette Becman Homer Utlcy Batscll Barret Baxter Walter Daughcrity Joe Edward Parrish. Dixie Witt Roberta Bee- man Peeble Birchitt May Hce Harrison News Stuff .Otis Gatewood J. T. Stanfill Tom Campbell Religious Stuff Estelle Duckworth .' Society Wildring B. Sherrod Heuel Leinmons Homer Jordan James...

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

l9 "r'J ' ' t' ' ' " Jj 'SMtllllUtiiiBSStfiSSSSSSBSuSSltSS " Wf .qrsg!'?vrt - fW&Pdffil ifomMiiiiBBwjMftid paanwMgai . 'A '----' i.-ii.. -i till !.. SOCIETY j Ellen H. Richards Initiates ' Large Group In Ceremonial Y Ellen H. nicliords clul) lielil In. "itiation BCrvlccs In the parlors ot ' th0 girls liall last Thursday night initiating forty.fivo young women. Wildring B. Slicrrod president was In cliargc of the program consiting ot tlic fonnnl and in fonnal services. Committees serving were com- . posed of old members including Marjorle Adrian Mnrguorlt0 An- derson DcNola Klrod Mary Ollvo Griffin Katlilccn Uardln Iva Lou Malphours Eula McClcsky Mau. rice Price Helen Faye Itcddcll Lilac Smcdley and Ilurnya Mao ..Sloorc and Lyllan Arlcdge upon sors. The initiates were Lornlno Ad- mire Charllne Urim Hope Clem ents Claire Collins Mioila Cope land Mildred Crow Marie Mavis Vivian Day Jewel Dodd Nell Dowlen I.ila Ii. Fisher Lucille Flennikcn Hurling Foster Mrs. 'Bomnr Gist Irctn Hamil...

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

.MIWln-i.!i" -M" TTirTT imtTrna ill . .mimiioi ixTiimrmiiUn mi III i ly1-'. y-" -rv-': :y Wv' fmyf-r " - - - - i i- - . . " rr jf -" - -"i -p ofcj k . avsi.!.- "ii t it b . i criK wmi ujaona . aBRroi tyWW:'Tl Page Four THE OPTIMIST I i wjfftjwtroftsewwwaww Cats Lose Conference Decision To HPC's Heavier Yellow Jackets With The ATHLETES Sjr ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON The Yellow Jackets certainly did a good Job of taming our Wildcats last Friday eve. The do feat dropped A. C. C. from the top rung of the conference but the Morrismcn still have a chuncc to wear the Texas Conference crown If they win their remaining throe games. The students and tupportcrs of the Wildcats arc beginning to worry about Duford Baldwin our first string back. Baldwin has been missing the last few days for some unknown reason. We hope "Lucy" comes back with a good reason for such uctions be- cause we certainly would miss his kicking and his great defen- sive work in backing up that line. Monday afternoon when wo cl...

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

' t"' . fc-. . I I1 ' . . " " PI1 . . . . t . ' WSfcJ &aA . M?- i- ' ht r. .-' WELCOME HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS rv j. '&' r V3 ' Hello Higli School Students May Your Visit Be Pleasant i ; "A glad heart niakcth a cheerful countenance" Proverbs 15:13. MXWMF.USM.. . . WsnSSiamSSSSVKSmam Vr2?mnl''3Er-aBaBHHaHMHMMMaMBaiMHHZHHBBnHHBMHK iffjni iWMiffllilJiiHKwfflKHfiHIFHf mkttK r IHWHIMHPW lnpMBVllRfW IIP 4H.K "IWVl T T" 3T?7r:"5-"3T.'; :.- Vol. 22 Wildcats and Hill Billies Tangle Saturday Exes of 1906-08 Announce Program: Old Rivals Vie For Rank oldest Exes Plan i A Trek Homeward A. B. Barret Scheduled To Speak At Regular Homecoming This your Is YOl'lt (our) year at tlu grout nmuml homecoming Thanksgiving Nov. 2S 20. Tills is tliu FIRST mooting of its kiml in the history of the school. Next year will bo some other year or years' time for a homecoming. We are urging every ex-student of those years to plan now to he with us without fail. Come anil bring your family if you have one. Come...

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

PiSS vxtMomms P-v; 'n " er 15 193H PageTwa THE OWIM15T Thursday November MMSMiUMinUWla j3Ii Jjiliimsli Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS Members of Texas Inlcr-Collegiate Press Association Subscription per year .81.50 Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act' of August 24 1912. TRINE STARNES Editoh FOY BRANTLEY Business Manackr EDITORIAL STAFF Marlin Carruth -...Assistant Editor Norvelle Young Hope Heed Lbna Johnson Hope Clements An- nette Becman Homer Utlcy Batsell Barret Baxter Walter Dauclicritv Joe Edward Parrish Dixie Witt Roberta Bee- man Pecblc Birchitt May Bee Otis Galeuood J. 1. Slanfill lorn Campbell lleligious staff Estellc Duckworth Society Wildring B. Sherrod Hcucl Lcmmons Homer Jordan James Taggart Sara Nell Hives Features Elbert Anderson Kictli Moore Morris Howard Bill L...

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

BS-; v. JKS3K9' fNUABMi ' .V- . l ' . w 1 vf '" ; v VM rjtr.Hif -fTANWJ A. . hi &&&$ !? uuimmm itf:?. tSKtHmummt 1 I .3 .-f . i. . . 1 " Vi .. !' 2V T i".Vn 'j MiwiwwMiwmWWBr'AI; MWWMWWiiWHmil nu Mrjfp -' .' o -fV . V i'v '' ' .! v ww6e iJvWr-: r- n fj!-' -A-t . -! -i. j. - vTa rfV . Thursday November 15 1934 THE OPTIMIST Page TKree r Queen Sunday and Monday SOCIETY CADETTES IN ANNOUNCEMENT DINNER " ' . ' i-v 5 v; . wwmsM mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm &JV ) . . i r Vl . ....V i ' itsX ;. tr ..v 'J ?f 'V New Girls' Club Formed With Harrison As Head Soldier In keeping with the celebration or Armistice n now girls' social club the CmlettcH held its mil noimceiiiciit dinner last Friday evening. The Colonial suite at the Hotel Woolen gaily decorated in red white and blue was the scene of the affair. Tho club is military in theme and a military note was stressed In all aipolntments.The table was laid in the patriotic colors with a large bowl of led and white blossoms forming the c...

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

roaMKttntijpSgttMMttHl LU. -j J sifrKag-r; 11111.111.1111 in. .. '-jy '"!.' MM iiiihh uwMWWwwwwlw m """'"" '" - - i i i ii i rn i in i- ir ir " ri r " - - I Page Four THE OPTIMIST Thursday November 15 1934 With The ATHLETES ftgl By ELBERT "ANDY" ANDERSON Last Monday night tbo Kanoaroos Jumpod IiIqIi into tho nlrl many times to grab passes lor largo gains. During all theso aorannutic actions our Wildcats just prowled around on tho ground won- dering what it was all about. Every onco in n whilo tho Wildcats becomo irritated and stop such actions but not until tho Kangaroos had taken the show by a count ol 27-0. Hut with Ilnlihvin Connel mill Hill lmck in tlic A. C. C. lineup Hie Morrisnirn are exported to take the Hill Billies into camp. According to ilopo the Wildcats have ery little chance of win- ning hut we have invited all high school students in this vicinity to watch the hoys kick that old "bucket" over. So come out Sat- urday night and see those Wild- cats "go to town." Jnck S...

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

' jf i ... sHF" Tti'ff jj -"-... .-j'-j.w i7 . T tf. PRE-HOMECOMING EDITION . L V COME ON HOME EXES WE WANT TO SEE YOU "A glad heart maketh a cheerful countenance" Proverbs 15:13. .Vol. 22 Abilene Christian College Abilene Texas Thursday November 22 1934 Number 11 vWJ9W - .-x"Vf- Trl N . Stage Is Set For Colorful Style Show pvmnrHnr h round the ILair.... Door Exes: "Como on back homo" you'll ba reading on ovory hand for ths next few days. A. aroat many of yon have heard Mrs. Adams slngl "Homing" and although this Is not the eventide and though It Is but a Joyous wholesomo event in the great day of life we want you back. Como on back homol ACC's largest student body awaits ou with the same old spirit tlmt inndo the old campus rook with tradition. Wlint n beau tiful thing trnditlon Is-and nil the more beautiful when wc don't talk about it. How many of them there will bo next Thursday to make life sweet and glad. And more locally speaking of tradition Brother Cox's remark about our cha...

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