The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 19, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 13, 1930 Page: 1 of 4
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ABILENE CIIRI8TIAr COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 13 1930.
HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE TO
MEET WILDCAT DEBATERS
IN CONTSTS HERE
Great interest Is being manifested
in debate work as tho. time for col-
lege debates draws near. In tlie last
meeting of tho debate class C. W.
Cecil and Forrest Waldrop debated
tho affirmativo against Margarot
Wolf and Paulino Chopplo. Sovoral
"new ideas wore presented and dis-
cussed regarding disarmament.
Tho first college debates will bo
held hero tonight and Friday night
with Howard Payne. Tho boys' team
will debato tho affirmntivo on Thurs-
day and tho girls' team the negative
on Friday. Thoso who debated in tho
last class mooting will represent tho
cbllego for these debates
Tryoute Next Week
Tho flhnl try'outs will bo hold noxt
Friday night to decide who shall rep-
resent .the college on tho debating
tours. Plans for these tours havo
been made. Tho women's team will
mako a trip to Oklahoma and debate
several leading colleges and univer-
sities thero. Tho trip will last one
week. Tho mqn's team will havo a
number of debates with leading col-
leges and universities of eight states.
Evelyn Arcencaux and Norono Cul-
'bert havo planned an informal re-epption-vfor
tho Howard Payno girls.
It will bo held after tho debato in
the parlor of Zellner Hall. The next
'women's debato will bo with Weber
Collogo of Utah. t
THESPIAN GROUP GIVES
PLAY ON FRIDAY NIGHT
Tea is usually sorvod.nt five o'clock
in tho afternoon but tho dramatic
club served "Tea" at eight o'clock
WThflfflfly nyr gJft. plr
charming and well-acted ovon
though it didn't end in the happy-over-after-fashion
that most of us aro
' still children enough to desire.
Perhaps tho most credit should go
to tho versatile Miss Obera Bennett'
for her interpretation of an old-maid
school teacher (I for one would
nevor havo suspected that tho protty
Obera could compose her sunny good
-nature long enough even to act old
maidish) but due. credit must also
bo given (o the other characters Mr.
Holton and Misses McDonald and
Much of tho beauty and lots of tho
words of tho play wcro lost to tho
audience however because some per-
sons were rude enough to carry on an
almost audlblo conversation during
it.- ill- !-.. TJ 1- i. ill.
a no enure liuy. ii puupiu must um
Sat plays why can't they leorn to
hlsper? Geneva Hall.
DITOR MAKES RAPID
PROGRESS ON ANNUAL
Having finished all Prickly Pear
color work and borders Editor Bus
by announces that work on the ad
ministration section will begin this
week. As soori as cuts arrive from
tho engraving company printing will
'be started on class and club groups.
The featuro section is yet lacking
and letter men in basketball 'and
track havo not yet boon designated.
Mr.; Busby states that ex-students
may purchase copies of tho annual
at ?5 each. Ho advises thoso desir-
ing copies to send in their orders im-
mediately. Unless books aro. to bo
sent C. 0. D. money order should
accompany the order ho said.
PLACEMENT BUREAU T0
FUNCTION HERE AGAIN
Recent notice was made that tho
teachers' placement bureau of tho
college will again function this year.
Students who expect to have forty-
fivo hours at the close of the school
term who wish to teach and can
qualify for the two or four . yean
teachers' certificate aro expected to
placo their filled out blank with the
bureau to secure positions. A small
' fob Is) requisite for maintenance of
Tho placement bureau has met with
considerable success in tho past sct
curlni more than one hundred vr
sltionn during the last school year)
Dea pox said. It has been working
for tfta years and is headed by Pro-
fessor Walter Adams. The purpose
is tol bring students in contact with
the superintendent and furnish rcf-
rfea and recommendations for the
Jer aspirants. '
Will Send Two
Local Scholarship Students
Give Luncheon Tuesday
At Wilson Cafe
Tho Jatrfes A. Garfield Scholarship
Society was entertained with a lunch-
eon at tho Wilson Cafe Tuesday. Tho
group met promptly at 1:30 and
after a delay caused by Dean Cox's
getting lost a delicious luncheon was
served. Tho menu consisted of tomato
and lettuce salad chicken a la king on
toast maahed potatoes green beans
hot Tolls strawberry sundae and
After tho. lunch a briof business
session was held with tho president
Homer Halley in charge. Ho urged
all members to pay their pledges into
tho treasury so that tho society could
pay for tho two Ten Thousand club
buttons that they pledged. It was
voted to send Homer Hnllcy and Dean
Cox as official representatives of tho
society to tho stato convention of
United Societies of tho South to be
held in Commerce February 21 and
22. Other members of tho society
may decide to attend the convention
Members present were: Totsy
Campbell Trcntio Birchitt Ruth
Roach Evelyn Arconeaux Helen Dud-
ley; Myldrcd DeSpaln Beatrice
Pierce Anna Leo Banowsky Law-
rence Smith Dean J. F. Cox Homer
Hailey Paul Witt Hubert Derrick
David Coffman Comer Clay Willie
Treat Roy Stone.
COLLEGE ART CLUB WILL
HAVE PICNIC ON FRIDAY
Members of tho Abilene Christian
college art club will celebrate with
a picnic tomorrow in' tho A. C. C.
park. This doclsion was reached at
- nldonday afternoon.
Tho "art club was organized here
last year. Officers for this year were
chosen early in September. Miss
Mildron Cooper was recently appoint:
ed president to fill tho place of Jua-
nlta Tittle. who resigned.
Tho club is composed of members
of Mrs. C. B. Locko's art class.
Twelvo members now compose tho
Will Scott Is Visitor
For Wildcat-Lion Game
Among visitors for tho Wildcat-
Lion ..tilt on Monday night was Will
Scott of Sweetwater a former stu-
dent of Abilene Christian College. He
was n member of Wildcat athletic
teams several years ago while at-
tending college hero.
For several' years .Mr. Scott has
been county superintendent of schools
Fred McClung filled his regular
placo at Matador. He was accom-
panied by Wyndall Hall who had
charge of the song services.
Spanish Students Confuse
"Senora passar some esta 'f rljolcs.
Soy jnuy hungry" said Alton Wim-
bsh one of tho students eating at tho
Spanish table in the dining room re-
cently when his foreign dialect) was
not functioning so very well and when
ho was extremely hungry. All those
eating at the tablo aro required to
ask for their food in Spanish but
according to Professor Treat somo
of the Spanish spoken on occasions
is slightly adulterated.
Tho tablo was first reserved two
weeks ago and since that timo all
the chairs havo. beon taken by stud-
ents studying Spanish generally by
tho same ones.
It is thought that tho table would
be even moro popular among the
Spanish students except that per-
haps somo of them fear that their
vocabularies would notvbo sufficient
to securo enough food to prevent
Duo to tho inability to find tho
proper words thoso eating at the ta-
blo have' resorted to the use of quaint
and time worn Indian signs.
An unusually sympathetic condi-
tion has been developed. It is customary-
when a dish is asked for' and
passed that it gpes entirely around
tho tablo before it is again set down.
In this manner thoso who want somo
of It; but who lack the words to'ex-
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MINISTERS STRESS x
HEART WORSHIP IN
Paul Southern Sunday night
preached the first sermon of a scries
to bo preached by members of tho
senior class before tho collogo
church of Christ. Five other such
sermons will be delivered by other
members of "tho class in the near
Southern used as his subject "Ye
Are tho Light of tho World?' Ho
showed that Christians must shine
brightly conspicuously individually
and constantly to bo pleasing UuGod.
Ho declared that Christians malt so
reflect tho light of Christ thatUho
world can see tho imago of the Savior
in their lives. Emphasizing the ne-
cessity of constant shining ho said:
"It is not tho. man that runs today
and rests tomorrow that will win the
crown of life. It'is the man who con-
tinues faithful unto 'death."
Sunday morning at tho regular
church service E. W. McMillan spoke
on tho subject "Living Watcr." In
developing his subject ho pictured tho
Biblical sccno of Jesus and the
Samaritan woman at tho well and
showed how Christ won the women's
confidence although thoy were
soparatcd by a national hatred by
teaching her that she had a well with-
in her soul. Ho said that tho well
within men is not reputation but what
thoy really arc. It was pointed out
that tho only real happinesss in llfo
comes from a knowledgo of the fact
that God is filling tho well in tho
soul of every man.
In conclusion he showed that' con-
tact with tho sourco of the well's
supply comes only through worship-
ping God" and that formalism cannot
bo substituted for truo spiritual
COLLEGE QUARTET. SINGS
FOR LUNCHEON MEETINGS
Singing before the civic clubs of
tho city and before two sessions of
a convention tho Abilene Christian
collogo malo quartet has been a very
active organization tho- last two
Tho quartet sang to tho Texas sec-
tion of tho Southwest Water Works
Association which held its 12th an-
nual short school in Abilene Janu-
ary 27 to 30. It sang at a session
of tho meeting at Simmons univer-
sity and again at a banquet of tho
association at tho Hilton hotel.
February .3 tho quartet sang be-
fore tho Parent Teachers Association
which met at tho Lamar school.
The members of tho quartet woro
guests of tho Kiwanls Club where
they sang a number of songs at the
noon luncheon February 0. On the
following day they went to Albany
whore they sang to tho Lion's club
of that city. Thoy wcro accompanied
by President Baxter who spoko at tho
Tho quartet will sing to members. of
tho Rotary Club at their weekly
meeting tomorrow. Earl Craig Roy
Hufstedler Alfred Wells and Curtis
Van Dalsem composo tho quartet.
press their desires will not bo forced
to leave tho table hungry.
"Como so llano esta comedia?"
(What is tho namo of this dish?) and
other phrases qf liko naturo are most
frequently used. Tho words for wa-
ter (agua) bread (pan) and beans
(frijoles) are known by all. A moro
embarrassing situation than usual
arises only when a new dish Is intro-
duced. Alton Wjmbish and LeRoy Baker
have proved to bo the most versatile
thus far in attaching Spanish end-
ings to English words. LeRoy es-
pecially has a unique way of asking
.for' a glass of milk. He says "Poura
Senor LeRoy una glass of tho colored
Each day students walk noncha-
lantly to tho table but when others
arrive and begin talking Spanish
and they percieve that thoy aro at
Treat's foreign language tablo they
fleo in horror.
' Tho number now eating at tho table
represents only a small percentage of
the 105 students taking Spanish Sov
en Spanish courses are being offered
this term. FiVo of these aro taught
by Professor Treat with an enroll-
ment of eighty. Professor Schug
teaches thg remaining twenty-five
students -v i
Leads Wildcat Cagers
Picturcd above is Harold Cheves
Wildcat cago captain who led his
team in ono of the biggest upsets
of tho season here Tuesday night to
defeat the East Texas Stato Teach-
ers' college Lions in tho last clash
of a two-gamo series. Cheves Jiaa
been the most outstanding player in
tho Cnt line-up this Bcason.
Actors To Give
Jerm Play Here
Strong Cast Of Seventeen
Players' To Take Part
In Mystery Play
Rosalio: "Inspector givo mo n
chanco. Don't arrest her. Givo mo
timo. I know who done it and 111
get ye what yo want"
Rosalio: "Give mo an hour sor
keep thorn all hero an hour more."
Will: "Givo her a chance. We're
all here no one will get away. What
differenco will a few minutes mako?"
Donohue: "I'll give her ten min
utes. Mike tell Dolan again to ar-
rest anyone' trying to leave the house
and get on the front door yourself
and stay until I get you. (Turns to
Rosalie). You'vo got Just ten
Many Thrills Promised.
Tho short sketch abovo gives only
a partial idea of tho many thrilling
moments in "Tho Thirteenth Chair"
which is tho term play of tho Mel-
pomenlan Flayers to bo presented
next Thursday evening in the college
auditorium at 8 o'clock.
Rosalio tho famous Madame
Rosalio La Grange world famed
spiritualist and mind reader is nono
other than Virginia Rollins well
known by all play lovers and presi-
dent of tho players club.
Donohue tho chief police inspector
who has been working on tho scries
of mysteries for over a year is
Sterling Parker who is said to fit the
Mary Moore and Alton Martin
havo tho leading parts in tho play.
The plot centers around Helen played
by Miss Moore and draws in a largo
cast of seventeen. Tho young Will
Crosby played by Alfon Martin is
in love with Helen; and tho mysteri-
ous happenings which permeate tho
play will keep every ono guessing.
It Is Mystery Play.
(- And it has reason to bo thrilling
nd mystifying. "Tho Thirteenth
fChoir" was written by Bayard Veiller
tho most noted of all American writ
crs of mystery plays; Ho Is tho
author of "Tho Trial of Mary Dugan"
which showed on the' screen in Abilene
Leslie Huff has an outstanding role
as old Air. urosoy. in xaci juiss
Mary Halo director of the play has
highly praised tho entire cast as have
all who havo seen the rehearsals.
Tho other members of tho cast aro
Nettie Mae Bacon Josephine Cole-
man Obera Bennett Lota Wolfard
Fayo Powers and Bernard" Helton
Levi Gentry Harold Blanton Wade
Banowsky Alan narp and Paul
GET NEW PAINT FINISH
Having faced barren walls until
last week Optimist and Prickly Pear
members now aro given a balm with
the completion of paint work on both
of tho rooms. An attractive green
forms the mural background which
is bordered with white. The ceiling
In cream colored matching well with
the other colors.
Both offices are located in the
SewelJ Audltprium basement on tho
north and south Wings.
WORK ON T. I P. A.
In tho interest of tho Texas Intor-
collcglate Press Association contests
to bo hold tho latter part ofv April
James Chambers president of tho
Abilene Christian college Press club
has called a mooting of all students
interested in Journalistic work for
noxt Monday afternoon.
Mr. Chambers urges that members
of tho press club and other students
who desire to enter tho literary con-
tests bo present at tho meeting. Defi-
nite arrangement of tho work and
outlines for future group meetings
will bo discussed.
Soveral faculty members havo been
invited to attend tho Monday session
and meet with different groups for
Btudy. Miss Jewell Watson R. C.
Bell Howard L. Schug. and J. Ed-
dlo Wcems will ndvlso-tho different
students in their respective contests.
"In nn interview yesterday Mr.
Chambers said that interest in the
T. I. P. A. contests at tho- present is
rather slow. Ho said that the stu
dents expecting to submit material
for the contests should begin work
Tho annual meeting of tho Associa-
tion will bo held at Sam Houston
State Teachers' college Huntsvillc
lato in April. All material for the
contests has to bo in tho hands of
tho vlco president of tho association
fivo weeks before tho annual meet-
ing. The meeting Monday has been
called for 1:30 p. m.. in room 12.
TWO SAILORS RECEIVE ;
TO SUB-T-I6 TACTICS
In tho densest Jungles of the
Isthmus where few men have over
penetrated and .the night is rcpleto
with tho hunger cries of tho Jaguar
and tho squealing grunts of foraging
peccarlcs-rthere. in tho light of tho
Jungle moon with tho southern cross
sparkling and scintillating in tho
southern sky took placo a strange
and weird initiation.
A circle of twelve wcro seated cross
legged around a fast dying fire
remnants of what had been a bounti-
ful meal wero scattered hither and
yon. rrom a perusal of tho wrappers
on the empty cans it was found tho
meal consisted of hot tamalcs olives
potato chips and cakes all of which
wero plucked growing wild and
bananas just unearthed from their
dank beds amongst tho roots of the
Arising in awful majesty the
master of ceremonies bellowed in a
stentorian volco tho fateful words
"Commence." And thoy commenced.
When all was over Sailors Etter
and Smith had to bo carried bodily
back to tho good ship Sub-T-10 wait-
ing in tho nearby bay and the ship's
surgeon tells mo confidentially that
fourtcerf pounds of liniment arnica
salves and balms were used in easing
tho fellow's scratches lacerations
bumps and bruises.
Many Girls Show Interest
In Domestic Science Work
That efficiency in tho varied activi-
ties of home llfo is an interest of
prime importance among a great
many girls of today is exemplified
by tho fact that ono hundred twenty-
five girls in Abileno Christian college
aro registered in. home" economics
classes taught by Miss Lyllian Grace
Arledgo and Miss Burnya Mae
With tho Installation of A. C. C.'s
now college plant havo como in-
creased facilities for work in this do-
luiriment. iney mciuue a iooas iqq-
oratory clothing laboratory a small
reception room and dining room.
Tho foods laboratory will accom-
modate sixteen students and is equip-
ped with pantry and storage closets.
Students taking foods aro given prac-
tical experience serving luncheons
etc- in the dining room of this de-
partment. Tho high grado china a
sot for twelvo persons is especially
prized according to Miss Arledgc. It
is of conventional design.
Besides tho thirty-six girls who are'
taking tho subject Miss Arledgo has
a class of twelve boys who are study-
ing foods. Dean Walling who had
the' course last term is greatly
pleased with tho results and has given
three reasons for1 his attempting the
coursoi "First" ho said "I worked
pff threq hours of tho eighteen ro-
quired in the department of natural
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Management Is Optimistic
Regarding Outcome Of
At noon Tuesday from tho office
of Ablleno Christian college's rapidly
increasing 10000 club a checkjup
showed a paid in amount of $907.03
with tho total pledged and' paid -ih
Campaign manager Don H. Morris
expressed that "prospects aro bright-
er than had been expected." Ono
couso for tho management's optim-
ism is tho sales report of a student
who has Just returned from his homo
at Hubbard Toxas. Ross Wimblsh
reports that' ho has sold six buttons
?60 worth to ono little congregation
at Dawson Texas near Hubbard. .
All students who have made
pledges have paid on or before th"
timo specified a check up showed.
Pledges which were mado by clubs It
was reminded aro expected to pay
tho amount now unless otherwise
County and local district managers
havo been selected Morris said. Tho
local campaign starts in a few days
ho added but tho movement outside
of Taylor county will not bo begun
until tho middlo of March.
Tho policy of tho club is to secure
funds for tho payment of tho build
ings and none of the money will bo
spent for tho carrying on of expenses
AVIS WIGGINS TO DO
CHURCH WORK IN TWO
STATES THIS SUMMER
From Flint Mich. comes news from
Avis Wiggins member of tho June
graduating class of 1020.
At present Mr. Wiggins is preach-
ing for the church of Christ in Flint.
Ho has been located there since early
last fall and. will contlnUo preach-
ing for the congregation until his
spring meetings begin. Ho has a
full schedule for spring and summer
evangelistic work in Michigan and
Mr. Wiggins writes "We have
plenty of snow; I havo not seen the
ground sinco it began snowing hero
in the fall. I would liko to sco a
litlo of Texas' Bunshinc." Ho sent
in his subscription for the Optimist
in order to keep up with events at
Ablleno Christian college.
Little Patricia Morris
Arrives Saturday Night
Mr. and Mrs. Don H. Morris 2425
South Second street announce tho
birth of a daughter Miss Patricia on
Saturday night at 10 o'clock. Mrs.
Morris and tho little daughter aro
resting well according to latest re
ports from tho home.
Mr. Morris is instructor in public
speaking and education in Ablleno
science. Second I might need to
know how to cook sometime (situa-
tion implied) and third the foods
laboratory is a good supplement to.
tho collogo dining hall 'when it comes
to satisfying pangs of hunger."
Tho clothing laboratory is equipped
with nine birch cutting tables
seventy-two lockers and several ma-
chines. Special commendation is duo
Miss Arledgo states tho girls who
havo been making lfght weight coats
this term. Tho quality of their work
is abovo average according to the
Classes in design (paper doll study)
also meet in the clothing laboratory.
As the school grows and facilities are
improved tho department hopes to
have a special laboratory for tho stu
dents studying designing.
Six girls in tho senior class Paulino
Rogers Velma McCollum Nell Dum-
ron Tulllno Buckalew Evelyn
Campbell and Mary Belle McDonald
have chosen homo economics as the
field for their major study.
Besides thoso who rfro majoring in
the department there are a number
of girls who are making homo econ
omics first or. second minor and somo
are taking it because they feel that
they may have a uso for tho know!
edgo gained at some future date.
(Possibly tho Pettigrows would class!
SUL ROSS HOOPERS TO COMI
HERE FOR TWO CLASHES
EARLY NEXT WEEK
Tho sixth and seventh games
bo played In Ablleno by tho Wildcat!
aro scheduled for Monday and'tjm:
uay nignts in tno high school -W
with tho Sul Ross Loboesrim1. dow?
t U Til TJ.I !.! l-A.Sliiti'i
. uiu xiB uciiu tuuiury. oui-vwiien
tho West is." . " : '
So far thqWikcats havouad' ab6ut
tho toughest schedule .on tho T. I. A.'
A. card but judging from past ac-
tions tho Lobo-V tfrzsio offer not
quite .somiC'.. petition as thojV
Wildcats havo been accustomed to. 3
-Aitnougn tno Jjoboes havo any-('
thing but n weak team it is generally
conceded that they aro not in tho''
class with Tech nor with East Tex
as over both of which schools A..
C. C. has a victory to her credit.
Lobocs Suffer Defeat
Early in the season tho Lobocs lost
two out of thrco gamc3 to tho Kings-!
vlllo Javelinas recent addition to the
T. I. A. A. forces. ' But for all their
youth in conference circles they put
out a moro than ordinary team and
tho ono win of Sul Ross .reflects to
tho Skylincrs' credit.
Then in tho early part of Febru
arv. tho LoboDR took n. Innnfc tn tho .
Great North Plains to meet tho Buf- 'J2I
falocs and Texas Tech. The Buf
faloes seemed to have littTo difficulty.
in subduing the. Big Bend bunch 50
10 and 49-13. But Tech had Just o
wee bit of a tougher time and man-
aged to take their singlo encounter by
the comparatively closo score of 33-
22 with Sul Ross at ono timo in tho
gamo in tho lead and threatening to
stay that way.
Although the Cats aro Just now
gotting their stride and playing the
games Monday and Tuesday under
optimum conditions the Sul Ross
games will bo anything but set ups.
Sul Ross still has it in for A. C. C
for tho two severe drubbings of last
year handed to them in tho old gym
on their maiden voyago as a T. I.
A. A. team and they aro going to put
up an inspired scrap.
Cats Hit Stride
That new hot and fast working
combination of Coach Morris's will
probably bo functioning at tho begin-
ning of tho gamo Monday night until
a sizeablo scoro is run up when ho
will givo tho faithful benchwarmers
a chance to show their wares. And
thero has been littlo enough oppor-
tunity for them to show it tho foro
part of tho season.
The games are called for seven
thirty and will decldo whether A. C.
C. is to take a placo in tho respect-
ablo percentage column of tho T. I.
A. A. or is to fall still furthor into
disreputo as to standing in tho col-
umn. BROWN GIVES CHAPE
SPEECH ON THURSDAY
"No person can attend Abilene
Christian collego without being im-
pressed with an .atmosphere of re-
ligion" was an introductory remark
of W. Earl Brown head of tho his
tory department in his address to the
student assembly Thursday.
Mr. Brown continued: "Each year
she is striving to attain an ideal and
her guarantee is a devotion by her
friends trustees and students. It is
truo that undergraduate work is
stressed but we hopo to take our.
placo along with tho universities of
tho country. Our belief in religion
doc3 not warrant a disbelief in sci-
ence and we must look forward to the
founding of schools of medicine
physics law and other sciences'
"Tho founders of this institution
hoped to affect more than this vicin-
ity. It Is dedicated to tho proposi-
tion that all men are rightfully duo
an education. This is a virgin ter-
ritory both physically and education-
ally. Wo shall fool ashamed if tho
graduates of this .institution do not
havo an influence for good. Few havo
not had such an influence.
"This institution is dependent upp'-. V
its friends for support as is the easy"
with all other schools. Can the pres-V
ent student body not havo a share in
tho building of this school? This
assembly is the future support of A.
Mr. Brown concluded by congratu-
lating tho students for their interest
shown in previous donations tb the
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