The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 1, 1937 Page: 4 of 4
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THURSDAY APRIL 1 193W
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NOW Under Ncy Management
See us for new merchandise and beat in service
CATERING TO STUDENT TRADE!
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OF REGULAR FOOTBALL SQUAD
' "r'TTiroug'h tho Insistent urging on
ruie part of one Goo. Horso Pow-
siohalter and the athletic spirit
frtaln proacner noys arounu
"iollego officials have at ast
Vo put them on tho field
o fthe regular football
iinsford Juvenile mem-
SZZft Evangelistic Forum aa
-'hlngs have certainly bo-
virst-U was decided to clvo Eu
weniv FreeiQ all of his board and
ltlon so thanio could bo cap -
tfaln and chief dlsputer with tho
wfmn. Tin will fill the DU Dlt Ol
KKVNOLDS HITS DOWN
James Roynolds Is o hldeoMt at
tSoUmo of this writing. College
Ihclals including Coach Lunsfard
declare that they will not ralso.to got benia tnis movement;
lib salary one cent but Reynolds
5bb1M8 he will farm next yoar
iriahor than accept the terms ot-
fared; If ho signs ho will preach
at right guard.
Loroy Brownlow veteran star
'admittedly is lacking
wines to having an athletic hoad
ftat be has his share of athlete's
foot bo he has accepted tho toss
for center. -
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teen shirtod to naiioacK uocauau u
rvna revealed In skull practlco yes-
lerday that ho does not bollevo
to Jblackboard Illustrations. It was
ritea learned that ho Is thinking
laruium-lago and will need a salary
Ifroni the college 1 addition to
.. Sbat-oT 3j1s wife.
It lias been deemed advisable
to ubfilillzQ Loo Scott into tho
virenchor factory in ordor that ho
might fill the vacant post ot all-
American Quarterback. Collego
officials advised against this movo
tit Lunsford insisted.
jollowlng is tho latest available
Batsall B (1 1-2 Mousopdwer)
.Baxter Left End.
oL ttolno (Wotta Man Brain
rtruHt) Lewis Loft Tackle.
X)raar (No bad language 'allow-
idpfy Slxler Loft Guard.
LoRoy (Third Placo) Brownlow
James (Jail-Work) Royublds
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like a privately owned car
Uoscoo (Maiden's Fancy)
tingham. Right Tackla.
Ings Right End.
Led GPVosotyto Preacher) Scoit
K. Doc (Anti-Women's League)
Badgctt Right Half.
Wllllami H. (8tub) Price L. .11.
Ardoa (lllltl) Lawrence F.
Weldon (Soal-Scbrchcr) Ben.
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SOUL BKAnClIEH SCORES
Bennett was .offered a contract
but ho expressed a deSlro to bo
.with' Edith at all games so he
was elected Pep Squad. Luther
. ' uu'
This column wisher to go on
record as being 00.0999 tfer cent
foe these boys and wo urgQ all the
preacher bdys hnd preacher's
wives (raontbers of tho P'.W.T.C)
(Continued from page one)
reading over Miss -Irlshmann's
For a few moments there was a
groat doal of lou'd dissension
among Don Morris' gang but fl-
nally" wh6rt th judges offered to
throw in an Ice-cream cone around
an agreemont was reachod.
The tin cup after being used
one weok by each of tho adeged
debaters to drink their butter-
milk In wlirbo placed in Don Mor-
ris' dfflce a-an ashtray. Perhaps
tho best debatq of tho soason
was held when Smaxter and Fud-
ley argued to which was to drink
his buttermilk first
Far Graduations EL'GINS
Service alid Quality
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Good "Old. Fnihton" MILK SltAbE
"The best drink at the lowest
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Clean Your Car 75c
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For real SINCLAIR Service
Wragg Service Station
G. R. Wragg Prop.
iiy nR"y rANotaitox
01q week- neo President Jas. p.
Cox ran ncrosa a book entitled
'Football and How It T8 Played."
After reading thla Prexy thought
that he would try hla hand at
coaching. He chose cloven fresh-
men and after 20 minutes at prac-
tice they scrimmaged tho varsity.
Ill tho first flyo pays three varsity
men woro killed and six injured..
Considering this quite a success
he took them over to play H-SU .
called off tho game becauso their
first and second teams wore In the
Flash I Authorities' at Daniel
Baker Coltege have Just notllfbd
officials of the college hat duo
to thq J lobe that his men havo over
their teams thoy aro forfeiting tho
basketball game played there on
March 5 along- with the chnm-
plonship to ACC.
Tlioy Just can't
Coach J. Eddlo Weems sent
word! th'ls morning to the Abilene
Christian College track team In
training for the past two' seasons
at N.T.S.T.a Donton that they
will be welcomo on the. hill again.
Information from a secfot source
reported that oach man will be
given an concessions pius one
hundred dollars per month and a
Rolls Royco with' chauffeur the
latter to bo furnished with pro.
ceeds from tho Flimsy Floundora-
tlon Fund for ACC Athletes
Elsewherq In. this Issuo is n
exclusive story o the effect that
because of the many breaches and
j permanent rffts be'tweon thq fac-
ulty and sonlors over their nnnu-
al Fool's Day game further en-
gagements of this kind will be
suspended. Porhaps thoy should
play the Fish then they would
havo threo years to rocuperato
The downfall ot truck In Christian
Is nqt due' to bad luck or lack of
But tho thing that makes tho
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Let a Genuine
torn Ring by
Trau b toll tho
itory of Life's
See our beautiful selection.
Buy Now t Pay Later
Crowell Jewelry Co
that Coach Cox.. took then on a
tour. Below aro tho scores:
McMurry 0 ACC 64. .
Texas U. 0 ACO 75..
BMU 0 AOC 80.
TOU 0. ACC 90
Harvard 0 ACC 100.
Princeton 0 ACC 05.
Vale 0 ACC 106.
Pitt. 0 ACO 115.
Evflngollstlc Forum 46 ACO 0.
The last game embarrassed tho
Coach very much so ho roturnod
thq botfk and got his money back.
Ho eays that next time ho won't0
Is President. Roosevelt and his
Two fast sprinters (they looked
Along with their sidekick went
on a strike.
Disgruntled thoy loft. They'd
come foe track;
'They made us sign checks then
turn them back."
Just like chamoleons as a general
They chango their color. as they
change their school -j
Oite team's loss la another's gain'
So lay It to the President and; his
In an Interview yesterday
Coach Morrlq stated that ho was
violently oppoaqC to all athletics
that necessitated more energy
than tlddley-wlnks. President Cox
has agreed .to coach the Wildcats
next- year. "We're gonna make
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"Across the Street From
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INFIRNlTi'S OP OM) AOK
(Continued from pogo onq)
Cogdetl today noon It was addros-
scd .to Qawsla Hair Combs and
was signed Sweet Smltty. Contents
will bo made known In an exclus-
ive story otsQWhoro in this edition.
Gammohts on tho battlo from
various observers werq obtained
from wounded who woer rushed
by Torrapjano to Doe Jay Pea Gyp-
som'a offlco. .
Mlnd'Muddlor Mulling said
"This remlrids mo of tho back-to-tho-tarm
movement. I am quite
Mrs. Garrett of tho English do
partmont added:. "And of tho cows
coming homo in tho ovonlng In
Wordsworth's naturo pootry."
W. Earl Drawa says: "You need
not bo alarmed. In the six wnrs tho
United States has engaged In dur-
ing my professorship at ACO ev-
ery man woman and child has a
right to be a rugged Individualist
In spito of his economlo status."
Dean Hadems says "I knew Itf
Had you read my doctor's thosls
on tho ncw.dynarni
rwrTHB -rop os tno rng poio. un
iq flag polo.
closo observation It was bollovcd
to havq been Mlsa Watson's best
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chemistry to go- down to the la
boratory n6w and show It to you.
Why not l'vo taught every sub
ject In tho curriculum. It Is as Dr.
Bplzenoch who had tho reputa-
tion at one tlmo of being tho
second boat Informed Jow In Tex-
as Bald. I shook hands with him
oncq and that ain't no Ho.' Rober
son gave a snaky stare In tho
direction of Stevens and burst
forth with the following start-
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it filled . . . and he isi trusting- your pharmacist to fill
itl accurately. We re- his right-hand rrtaty which is
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Because of Impropriety and inde.
corum In the" attitude pf the facul-
ty; tho annual aenlbrfakulty base-
fball game will not b6 held next
year. A game of rubber horao
shoes' will probably be1 substituted.
A student committee from tho
Student Council requested that the
Pestiimest not publish today's
oveots on- account ot it would not
look well in tho religious papers.
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The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 26, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 1, 1937, newspaper, April 1, 1937; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101346/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Christian University Library.