The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 1, 1964 Page: 13 of 16
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t Abilene Christian has long been
in need of a new building program
vr one that will be more conducive
All Buildings Aliks. "Instead we
will make all buildings alike from
World War I surplus timber. It has
a dull weathered grey color that
tends to stimulate profound
thought and besides it can be
bought for a song. This would save
money that may later be used to
r to Jiard labor and dedicated study provide posh headquarters for the
one that will provide posh head- development council."
ing and light bills.
"These structures are guaranteed .
to admit natural heat in summer
.cold in winter and light whenever
the sun shines" Hunter assures.
"They could be easily erected by
Bert Mosier and his woodworking -class
thus saving on labor" he
"These savings could be used
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OPENINQ NEW VISTAS IN EDUCATION
Pooh headquarter for dtroloprntnl council Proposed faculty office building
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Bob Hunter boy genius of ACC
Asked about the need for such
headquarters Hunter explained
"We need such headquarters to
flmi 'formulated a program which butter up er entertain friends
toward posh headquarters for the
development council as I believe
I mentioned before. They could
also be used to raise the salaries
of the administration"
Mfc calls an "Outline for Austeritv " of the college that is."
M '"We will pU'sh a program for Hunter's proposed office build- Tab that is Bob Hunter togeth-
all out austerity" he explains. "No ings classrooms and dormitories er with his associate Lonesome
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