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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1925

sar '..: WiMcata Split Doable Bill With Sam Houston (Continued from pag one) and downstairs of tho gymnasium were filled to capacity. Inspito of the one-sided score tho A. C. C. fans never lost their pop. The lino ups A. C. C Powell and Cantrell forwards; Hill center; Brown and Adams guards. Sam "Houston Lockoy and Dlack forwards; TJW-3 i i. Kumiieid center; anmueis ana rac- "Jr t Donalds gurads. V. . Substitutions Smlthcr for Black Rogers for Rumflcld Palmer for Samuels Justino for Lockoy Sto- vena for Hill Porter for Cantrell. Field goals Cantrell 3 Hill 3 Lockoy 6 Black 2 Humficld 5 Sam- ucls. Foul goals Locker 2 Black 2 Rumfiold 4 Powell Cantrell Hill 2 Adams. . Personal Fouls Powell 2 Hill 3 Brown 2 Adams Lockoy Samuel 4 McDonald 3 Palmer 2. Referee Nigro (Baylor). Second Game With a complete reversal of the form displayed on Monday night tho Wildcats returned to tho game Tues- day night with tho renowned fight which has brought victory to so many A. C. C. teams of tho past und...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1925

mmmmmmtm ...y L.i. .in.. ) in in iiii-iiim ukABUMMdBtaM C. ' . f . d i ' i 1! li M ESE CAMPBELL'S Final Close -Out A "BROADSIDE OF BARGAINS" FROM EVERY DEPARTMENT A Selling Event Eclipsing All Previous Efforts at Value Giving quality-J value -senwce THOMPSON READS FOR STUDENTS IN CHAPEL DRAMATIC CLUB HEARS MISS YOUNG OKLAHOMANS ORGANIZE CLUB HERE WEDNESDAY LIBRARY WANTS OLD MAGAZINE NUMBERS On Wednesday afternoon tho stu- dents of Oklahoma met for tho pur- pose of organization. Officers wore chosen as follows: President Ireno Tidmorc; secretary treasurer Mar- guerite Mattox; reporter Walter Adams. Tho mistletoo stato emblem of Oklahoma was favored by being chosen official flower of tho organ- ization which is titled "The Sooner Club." Tho honor of faculty advisor was conferred upon Coach A. B. Mor ris who is reported to have once heard of Oklahoma while studying geography at A. & M. Twelve peoplo compose tho Sooner club and constltuto a very Important portion of tho student body...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1925

ALL TOGETHER FOR LECTURE . v ; 1 .. .at ' - v-l WEEK 1 JOUR GUESTS START COMING SUNDAY i VOLUMK XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 1025 NUMBER 20 J WILDCAT BASKETCERS DIVIDE DOUBLE Bill WITH HOWARD PAYNE LOCALS WIN MONDAY 23 TO 16 AND LOSE TUESDAY 24 TO 22 EXTRA PERIOD IN SECOND C. C. Practically Out of Race for T. I. A. A. Championship as Result of Loss Tho result of the Wildcat trip to Brownwood la tho early part of this week was another split series the first game olag to tho locals 23 to 16 and the second to tho Yellow- jackets 24 to 22. A. C. C. walked away with tho first more easily than tho rather close score would indicate while the Tuesday nights' affair was a fight to the finish. Five minutes extra playing time were required to break the 22-22 .deadlock in which the first two halves resulted. Only one score was made in the play-off a field goal by Byrd substituted for- ward for Howard Payne. ThO loss of Tuesday night's game practically dropped A. C. C. out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1925

MJwwwlwww.li.wiaiwww swwtmttiKWi '" ? I J ! StfA? s $ . i . ) It ! M ;( IIJIMe Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Itoom 6 Subscription Per Year . $150 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. AUBRA D. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Managing Editor HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Durton Coflman Intercollegiate Editor Forrest Baker .Assistant Editor Elwyn Bcdichok Assistant Editor Jowoll Young Assistant Editor EUU McGaughey Religious Editor AWn Brown Assistant Manager Leslie NeilL Circulation Manager OUR FRIENDS AND VISITORS Next week Is Lecture Week in Abi- lene Christian College. Every year the school entertains two or three hundred visitors at this annual Bible Lecture Week. These peoplo that como are the people of the state that are most Interested in A. C. C. They are the people that contribute the largest pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1925

- ' POINTED PERSONALS By Prexy Anderson 2y . Hit another streak of Badness. Howard Payno just ought not to have done It that way but thoy did so wo might as well get over the gloom and bo ready to tako on Canyon. A double win over tho Buffaloes In tho now gym wo figure would bo almost ns fine as "to bo In Carolina" for slnco tho beginning of our stay in Abilcno Christian College a win over Canyon has been about as aro to the Wildcats as ono of those days in Juno spoken of by ono of our illus- trious predecessors James Russell Lowell if wo mistake not A. C. C. came dangerously near losing her entire student body when tho basketball team went to Brown- wood In tho early part of tho week. Monday night you couldn't havo told whether tho gym at Brownwood be- longed to Howard Payno or A. C. C. Wildcat rooters numbering anywhere from GO to 75 occupied ono Bcctlon and raised as much disturbanco as tho Ycllowjackct backers. And wo might toko occasion just hero to thank tho Howard Payno yell ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1925

SSt WMWWHIIIMWM W WWiWWWW iwmtuammrimmnmtutmHtMnsmimimMis t I J i 5 i ' P ' 1 III : v i ; !i! Wildcat Baskctcrs " Divide Donblo Bill Wiik Howard Payno (Continued ftom page one) till tho end of the half though A. Ci'O. added four moro points on Cnn- trbll'a frco pitches and a field goal via Uill. The Christians continued to hold the lead for tho remainder of the game counting twelve nolnta in tho final half on fivo baskets from tho floor and two from inside the ring. Howard Payne's nlno points in the final period came from two baskets of tho double counting typo whilo five were on free goals. Only four field goals wero made by the Howard Payno fivo in tho course of the en- tire game. Many fouls- were called and had cither team been ablo to mako their frco Bhots with any ac- curacy tho score would have been considerably larger. A large number of A. C. C. fans were on hand for tho game and kept up enough pep to rival that of the Howard Payno rooting section. Tho line-up A. C. C forward...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 March 1925

mmwmmmmmmm9WAmmniAit&.j!Z FRESHMAN EDITION 77 SLITHERING' SLIMES ''' S4LCr YOU:'"'" ALL FOkmE AHD Otit FOR ALL -v ' ' i VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 12 192.r.. NUMBER 2.1 J&p&tf- - iftfc- Vj. 4 - - J i IN'1 -- w.? a. ii-. rr . :. SENIORS TO COME OUT OF KITCHEN TOMORROW THREE ACT COMEDY TO HE PRE- SENTED HY H. A. CANDI- DATES ON FRIDAY. When eleven full-fledged dignified Seniors have ambition enough to roll out of the hay at seven sharp every morning for n solid month to prac- tice on a play well that play must bo well worth seeing. And such It is. "Come Out of the Kitchen" is n comedy In three acts written by A. E. Thomas. This is a high-class play a New York suc- cess given in George M. Cohan's Theatre. The Senior Class has to pay n royolty of $25.00 just for the permission of giving the play. Four children of an old nristo- crntlc southern family are left to shift for themselves by an unfortu- nate combination of circumstunccs. They rent out the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 March 1925

nji mi' wwuw nmMHmwwimtmwivwmito $ t ciiS'- it"ivt1J'W5!9!'1S IP 14 t ' r ' i i I ''I Offirti Published Weekly by iho Student Abl'cne ChrUtlan Collccc. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription. Per Year.... -..$150 Addicss all correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Tcxa Inter-colleglate Press Association. AUBHA NANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief ItAROLD L. ANDERSON Managing Editor HENRY T. HOGG ' llusincss Manager FRESHMAN EDITION Staff: Edltor-in-Chifo Alvin C. Brown Managing Editor Price Sanders Annrlntn Editor Lcsllo Ncal FIno Arts Stnndlco Mitchell Athletics James Kerr News Hubert Sweet Societies Alcon Showaltcr Zcllner Halls News -Hlta Adrian Humorous Editor . - Allen Cook Other contributors: Pebblo Gra- ham Harbert Hooker J. Luther Dab- ney Josle Boles Dalton Hill Evelyn McDonald Louise Kirk Rita Foster George King. COURTESY. I do not think that there is any- one who will not recognize at leust to some extent the value of cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 March 1925

RWnPVWHSEBIUVMNI 7 v. . f. Spring Term Schedule Eight O'clock. TERM PLAYS GIVEN BY DRAMATIC CLUB Course- Description Room- Bible 10.1 New Testament K -.-.- Biol. 133 Qenl. Zoology .. 17 Eng. 13Zn Freshman .... 19 Eng. 383 How to teach Eng. in U.S. 11 Ensr. 312 Advanced Grammar .11 Cloth. 226 Millinery D. II. B Foods 133 Cooking . D. H. B Math. 165 College Algebra C ... Edu. 155 Hist. Mod. Elem. Edu 10 Geog. 225 Human Geog- .- A German 125 Beginners 12 Biol. 225 Sanitation C Nine O'clock Bible 263 Hebrews to Rev. Bible 202a Scheme of Redemption- Cloth. 202 Designing Foods 133 Cooking Enirlish 123 Freshman Biol. 323 Genl. Physiology- K 17 D. Geog. 246 Hist. Geog. of U. S. Sunn. 343 Hist of Span. Lit. Span. 372 Mission Workers Courso 12 Latin 303 Teach. Latin In II. S. ID Latin 142 Roman Life 19 Edu. 235 Methods In II. S -10 H. B.. D. II. B.- 11 -17 -A . -12 Teacher Carter Baxter Showaltor Doty Doty Arledge Arledge Nelson .... Bishop Kennamer ... Schug Witt .. Carter Carter . Arledge ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 March 1925

ii i f m.il I J"" HI ! 1 ' VIM ! i f 9 ill 111 'I I 11 . l I I I I iftfUOINIED- PERSONALS i; DY SOMEBODY ELSE. 'vVo hnve chnilgod this column nomc what from what it has been before ifffnclpally the name. Wo do not de- aniji to be personal in any way but it fat ruttier n strange thing that the announcement made by Brother Box- te'rN ubout tnellgibles was greeted rather warmly by a group of noblu men und women in tho making who wo could certainly Bay were entirely guiltless themselves; Yes. 'Speaking of class spirit well did jiUii notice any class spirit displayed ori' the south side of the gym be- uVecn 1:30 and 2:30 o'clock Monday nfternoon. Huhl We noticed n largo notice on Dal- ton Hill's door saying that he had a hteh class gold-fish for sale cheap. Wealso notice n largo quantity of toothpaste in tho room and wo wore reminded of a little sign on a cer tain drug storo down town advertls ing two young gold-fish with a pur chase of a tube of Hokums Tooth Paste Hill's been accused bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 March 1925

SOPHOMORE EDITION 7jjraes.wi !- -'" r p$' . y ?; Tr- i? 'T !'. 4l.'" ..''.' ift T QUARTETTE TOMORROW NIGHT OMWARD YE SOPHOMORES f' '6 '. VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 21 1025 NUMBER 24 llflif1 VEllJlllIralT w It I SENIOR CLASS PLAY GIVEN AS A DECIDED SUCCESS LAST WEE Tho Senior Class of Abilono Chris- tian College presented "Come Out of the Kitchen" by A. E. Thomas to a large and appreciative audienco in tho local auditorium last Friday night The play is a comedy in three acts. It abounds in amusing situations and comical circumstances nono of which were lost in the acting. Although tho play is destitute of tho characteris- tics that would distinguish it as a philosophical or moral classic it was nevertheless enthusiastically received by the audience. This was duo to tho splendid Judgement that was exer- cized in selecting tho cast and to the unusual aility of tho actors them- selves. As a whole the cast was on excep- tionally strong one. Besides including man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 March 1925

mmmmmmmmmmmmm -..-...----r.- - -nw" wJiawttiroigA.uto-aiati wiwwiiiiiWiUMiiiJMiiiiiijiiijiiiiiiur'Bl'rrr t Js- i ! ' 1? f ! i I i -n m H 1 13JiiiirJM(tt5Bfi of Pul)l'll?lLi5Vi?ckly.n. by Ihe. Students Abl'cne Christian Coltcce. Oltite Administration Duildlng Room 6 SulcrlplIon. Per ear ... ...t...$l.50 rn 'tvv1 - r ' Audfrcjs all correspondence and make all IMuncy Orders Payable to THE I OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Mcn.bcr)' of Texas Inter-collcgiale Press V.jr .'.. Association. - AUBRA BANOWSKY w'rfgr j -Editor-in-Chief . ' V JlAROLD L. ANDERSON Managing Editor l-ff1." HENRY T HOGG " ' i'h&i jtBusiness Manager i vSOPHOMdRE 'EDITION Editor.: .. Burton Coffman frAHBnrjntn r Fnrnqt Baker KAasfeldn'L-iti : ;E. Bcdichck Contributors: H. T. Hogg Bro. Browcfj Losllo-Neil Proxy Anderson -Elllf? McGaughoy and Acton McCol- cymbnls havo given place to the great martial band that today stirs the hearts of modern soldiers with tho war-like harmonies of "La Marseilles" or tho stirring melody of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 March 1925

.1 "i A' ADVERTISERS HURT BY UNSPORTSMANLIKE ADS. "Every 'knock' is on invitation to comoptltors to strike back. Ono ad- vertiser or his ngent forgets that tho way to sell moro merchandise is to talk about his own goods and not about others'. "His statement Is not wholly Un- true It is usually only exaggerated. But a competitor Is provoked. lie edits copy just a little bit stronger. Thdtf competitor No. 3 takes a hand in tho game and he being a man of plain speech uses regular fighting language - - - "Tho fundamental purposo of nd-J verllslng is forgotten and its effect is lost. Tho situation has degener- ated into u petty personal squabble . . . Tho public is led to believe that no product in tho cntiro industry deserves its consideration." Advertisers Hurt "A graphic illustration occurred recently in a Western city. A local dealer in an attempt to increase tho demand for gas stoves began featur- ing in his advertising every oll-stovo accident reported to him by his clip- ping bure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 March 1925

mtaibSiMmmmmmmmmimm mmmmmmmmmssm ju)iMiiiiiiinMiMWwwwtwrnrrrt""rMJiMM"l'"M"' jjitWWIIillMlJMIIJWJIILMllllB'MUMWWiL1lUlU)iIW iiroii.ttiiii"'''''''''llM' ' iiU'nllWWtHWWWBI ' 3 Hi X.H. BANOWSKY EDITOR OF THE OfTlMIST COMPLETING WORK IN A. C. C. THIS TERM With tho close of Iho present term Aubrn "Peter" Banowsky Editor in Chief of tho Optimist completed the reuiremonts for a Bachelor of Arts Degrss and graduation from Abilene Christian College. Peter's unusual popularity with tho studont body as a whole as well as tho more lasting friendship of those with whom ho has been Intimately associated aro last- ing evidences of tho four years of honorable achievement and faithful study that ho has spent in A. C. C. Banowsky occupies a very uniquo position in the history of the institu- tion. He possesses that rare combin- ation of talents that enables one to succeed in both athletics nnd literary activities. Besides playing on tho col- lego football team for two years and being a dependable me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1925

JUNIOR EDITION -? VTr.J $ .i . h ' WELCOME TO OUR SENIOR GUESTS VOLUME XIL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 20 1925 NUMBER 25 i If LONG ANTICIPATED QUARTETTE PROGRAM AND READINGS GIVEN SUCCESSFULLY FRIDAY EVENING A. C. C. has been looking forward for the past several weeks to tho program which was rendered here Inst Friday evening by tho College Male Quartette and C. R. Brewer head of tho department of expression here. Tho program was a marked succei from beginning to end nnd was en- thusiastically received no number rendered on the main program by tho quartctto or by Brewer had been given beforo during this school year at A. C C. and the audience was kept Interested throughout the recital. Tho opening numbers were "Wor- ship God In Nature" and "Carmona" sung by the quartet. Both songs were rendered well but tho first seomed to bo more enthusiastically given than tho other. "Sweet Genevieve" was given as an encore and was received hotter than either of tho main num- bers. 4 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1925

wMMMwiHtt ' ZmJ - . ..I. iMiiiiiir1fM'"aiiMIM"i"ar wMiWMyiWCTia'M"i" l11"1" WW""" " . ;MB&ii:-t.r& .'4aMaum I I m w IV ll Published Weekly by the Student of Abilene Christian Collcco. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year ..........$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all I Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intcr-collcgtato Press Association Burton Coffman Editor-in-Chief Henry T. Hogg Business Mnnngar JUNIOR EDITION George Brown Editor Contributors this week Clif Brown Earl Kerr Ernest Witt Harvoy Porter. DISRESPECT There is a certain characteristic that is noted among people of culture nnd refinement that is sadly lacking in many of the coarser types of peo- ple. This characteristic is respect. In religion this respect is commonly termed reverence neither money nor position determines tho amount of this characteristic which a man has. There are those among tho poorest of the poor who nro very respectful and ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1925

- 4 '-? MISDEEDS OF STUDENTS OF FOREGOING ; YEARS RECALLED WITH THOUGHT THAT A. C. C. IS BECOMING SAFER AND SANER Tho class basketball game went off without a rifflo in splto of the fact that tho Freshmen woro victorious and won In a tournament In which two extra games were played on account of ineligibility on tho part of mem- bers of nil teams participating in the opening tilts besides a final game beyond tho regularly required num- ber which was necessitated by n tie In the percentage standing between tho Soph and Pish cago aggregations. Not a singlo pugilistic encounter re- sulted from the nffalr nnd it is doubtful if thcro wcro moro than a half a dozen unfriendly glances cast by mombcrs of ono class at tho indi- vidual components of opposing clnss- cs. Thin is unusual In that in very ACADEMY PLAY GIVEN HERE TUESDAY NIGHT few schools as largo as A. 0. 0. such n tournamont sould have been carried on without several meetings of tho discipline) committee and tho subse- quent greeti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 March 1925

id wiUnioiuiMii mmwMm tummntm mmi4imwi vimmihwiim"l!mm ittr WOHMHi wwammwmmmmummimwrumnwmimm v ( i t I l! 1 i 11 i -i J Crippled Wiltlcut Squud- iCnnt'minl from pab onrl first. Kerr fanned. Forrester got on by Harriott's muff of his pop fly. Jones flow out to short. Seventh Inning Dallas U.: Murphy caught one of Powell's gravy trains to the Initial cushion. Prudhommo bunted and went to second ns Hill overthrow first and Murphy moved up one. Hnrtnett was called out on strikes. Hyncs got a hit through first scoring Murphy and Prudhommo. Shepard fanned and Hyncs stole second. Bodlo wns safe and Hyncs took third on Stevens' error. Moran singled to loft scoring Hyncs and sending Bodlo to second. Watts hit weakly to Powell and was out at first. Wildcats: Hill took three cuts at the ntmosphero. Powell filed to Prud- hommc. Porter was called out on strikes. Eighth Inning Gough took over first base and Kerr relieved Powell in the box. Dnllas U.:Wheells hit safely to right and stolo second. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 April 1925

Sft r 4-W&3'" 1 4rt EWOff EDITION - it 8" ( s i & "J ft 5T fl( WELCOME TO OUfcSENtOR .1 .- srs . V tf . VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 2 1025 NUMBER 20 "- "v Wildcats Defeat Corfimerce Lions in Opening Game Here HEAVY HITTING FROM STEPHENS AND POWELL CINCHES WILDCAT WIN SEVENTY-FIVE MEMBERS OF TWO CLASSES FEAST AT HOTEL GRACE Spirit of Friendship and Enjoyment Prevails Throughout the Program Tho annual Junior-Scniflr Banquet was held at the Graco Hotel Thurs- day evening at nine o'clock P. M. With all the usual attendant thrills seventy-five members of tho two classes banqueted together in one of tho most enjoyabfo entertainments given by a Junior Class. The occa- sion was a 8UCCC3 throughout even from the delicious menu to the jocund palabrations of Toast Master Ander- son. Each plate was featured with a ralnaturo personage made to rcscmblo a Senior in a cap and gown together with a place card bearing the namo of tho diner. All formality was left at ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 April 1925

HS8KSWJ xmtMKtmthmnauaa tnmmi m i r -St. 4 : i m i .'j ' jtfiGumSfi Publlslird Weekly liy the Student ALI cue Christian College. i.r OT i-f t!niini:rat!(in Uu tiling I'oom ( Sul.cr)p''in. Prr Year .. ......-.......S -M. Adit'irs nil itirrrp indrnre anil nuke nl Money Order Payable toi THE OPTIMIST Ahl'rnr. Texas. Member of Texas Inlcr-cullcglale Pre Association. Durton Coffman Editor-in-Chief Ilenry T. Hogg ... Business Manager SENIOR EDITORS Raymond Symcox r Editor Contributors: Jewell Young Lula Lawrence Clarenco Gobbcl and J. P. Gibson. "DIGNIFIED" SENIORS In tho dim hoary past tho phrase "dignified seniors" had no humor- ous meaning It was reality a trua description of tho solemn book-worms that sedately plowed their way through all of the ologies izics and statistics of a dry and otherwise un- eventful college career. They journey- ed through their scholastic years with serious meln and solemn visage for was not the great and stupendous learning of tho higher branches cram mod ...

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