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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1927

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1927

fy'y&T- ' :"' Lkr-L .". '-"sqcr" ''sf ;- K'srar -TSails Saturday Night SERENADING IS MAIN FEATURE OP M.EABANT NIGHT ' VOYAGE - ThoTuscarora's log reveals that the Sub.T-10 crow though nit com ploto Saturday night manned the old boat over a very successful voyage to Port Daisy and Port Zellner. As usual CooK Conlcy and his as- sistants the chief of whom is Quar- termaster Coalson furnished a good Bupply-of provjfloM for the hungry soafat-ors. It may'ba that theso men are truly big hearted when grub is mentioned and It may be that their hearts are just weak and they fear the sharks but in either caso the cir- cumstances produco the desired ef fect. " I For once the men all got down to "a" a a a a . 1 . serious business and deemed tuat in order tdkkeep a girl in every port' it is necessary to snow mcir colors. Stationery will be printed with the name and position of each gob and will bear the official emblem of the crew. Sweaters will also be furnished soon for1 the men who have on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 November 1927

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1927

I''- ' .aafesg tujtenMkii Hga T'OR'W'A?'1 1 ''4 ? ON TO BROWNWOOD .S& RIDE THE SPECIAL At MMMMMIMMHMHNMMHM A? -C 1 --W irr- ; . i - -- - 5 . fi X - M 7 . ; - m Bn ... . Ii BPv' r j - i IBpT' II "mm :. iv: lOZJHUUiaiL I -- 1 i vhiii 11 1 ...imjii ih m .m h h mi h h hl h it? ; J k. ' - 1 I i &- 1 1 Vol. XV WILDCATS OUTPLAY MATADORS ! Special Train To Brownwood For Daniel Baker ISKBff Brother Baxter said tho other day that a million germs could livo on tho head of a pin but it seems to the Owl that this is a strange diet. They must have plenty tough stomachs if thoy don't havo indigestion. Miss Nelson was explaining a problem to a Math class last week und the Owl couldn't understand the explanation at all. Sho asked the elongated pedagogue to go through the problem again; and Miss Nelson somewhat angered remarked "Now please watch tho board and I'll go through it again." Tho Owl was somewhat disappointed as she did not keep her promisa Well I promised to announce tho -winner of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1927

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1927

u . -TJ' "C" Association Banquet Is Given After Tech Game Friday BUSINESS MEETING HELD BY MEMBERS BEFORE BANQUET Tho "C" Club bnnqiiCl was one of tho most .outstanding social affairs of tho full term. It was given Fri- day nglht Novcmbor 11th at 0:00 o'clock in tho dining hall. Thoso present included tho present motnbors and their guests and all ex- lottermon who roturncd to Abilene for tho Homo Coming and incidentally tho victory of tho Wildcats over tho far-famed Matadors of Texas Tech. Tho talk all concerned tho gamo of - tho-nf tcrnoon and mado tho first ban- quot quito a success. Tho "C" or- ganlzation has been recently started and plank for futuro Activities have been discussed. Dalton Hill presi- dent of tho lottcrmcn organization presided as toastmastcr. Interesting speeches were mado by President Baxter Dean Cox J. C. Recce Hal- Its Manly Emorson Sheppard and Coach Morris. Charlio Damron sec- retary of thp club spoko a fow min- utes giving oach visitor a hearty welcome. Tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1927

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1927

JU"ij mma&m$m-ttJRH'-M--m-w'?'rr r. -. v --c .!w4r3:lBHRl?'.Tfrv!'v r 'JrifWi . ifk. $ 1 ." f - ' v ; - '-.ust N T it yz- r. v a.-j; KEEP YOUR PEP - ' k . SChCT BILLIES 3fcT$ hOHVt: iWg . Vol. XV ADILENE TEXAS. THUHS DAY. NOVEMBER 24 1927 No. 10 te SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES FOR BR0WNW00D THIS MORNING PJ s? SMiBiMKPV&re c- THKir-rc-Tw..' - . r i ' . - fTMfar ' jmrraa; tv. rivT uw " j ' t i r "Panie'A. 'rnawKVi w ' IF5 5SP x . Tk ' jt '-yiilsM k -r j i us v . . a s - c:rk--T Kmrv itnm & "ft ". 1 "r. - -; - &' r'SfflHi 'j MhlLrlA4rrf I I :-wr : ill nm ufii 1 1 in Mr! - . - - r m j tim mt is " hm mat kx- i bbv mm mm hbb hmi mm . mmv mm mm . l hm imk - - - wjhiiv' v . m im mtr Miv ii'jmr m h m h hi h h bW m . t. &m " ' lL "W I T II H aA: ... r W 1 i ' - i ; -'' Bi. l it-.. fcA !t . ?.. liT '.TT- (?. :f.- vi X r i i i -w r- in jEt " K ? S ?" Si I J Wildcats Are Ready For Hard Battle With Daniel Baker Mill Billies Six Regulars And Ttvo1 Subs Are In Their Last College Footbal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1927

IisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssTI9ICKr n 'StlPv Reporters: l&Mtf' v ' . r I i aV i I ijjfiiiiunsti . Published Weekly by the Studeata Optimist Office Subscription Per Year 1 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-collcjrlata Press Association. LLOYD Editor - DANNIE Business PAUL SOUTHERN 'JACK CRABTREE . LELIA PAGE Viddl Colley Willis Gro DO NOT BE AN In all ages the spirit of rivalry haa exiated. It is instinctive for one man to strive to equal or excel another in some respect. The same desire is characteristic of nations cities and institu- tions. And that is aa it should be. (Without competition the world would not progress very rapidly. However the longing to excel han been the cause of innumer- able disasters i nthe past. Many wars have been fought and much blood has been shed to satisfy this aspiration. Although rivalry is a wholesome thing and conductivo to progress it docs not necessarily ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1927

&'' Kfc' - - . &" lS? -. I "Vf . t' Kv V ''''.X. -. V ' .. s .. t-x K- tv y. c---- .; ;--1FB!it'"'"'a"?v'""" ""wajRHUsugffir; risn wmuass ."..-. -v A.. FRESHMEN ALSO LEAD IN POINTS SCORED BY ' MAKINC102 : As tho inter-class tournament is over wo may now get a f ow-pointfcrs. Speaking: in general terms this wus tho best class tournament that has been in Abileno Christian College for many years. Some real basket ball was exhibited; . w The Freshmen strutted their stuff to win scoring 102 points. Thoy did this not by superior team work possibly but by possessing a grontor amount of good material. Too it was evident that La.dy.Luck favored thorn at times. Dill Clinch must have been on exceptional terms with this afore- mentioned lndyor had in his posses- sion wo or three rabbit feet or a horseshoe. His long shots brought cheer after cheqr from tho class sportlhg tho green. Had Brummitt played his position on defense and if Arlcdge had not mixed his men there might have been a di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 November 1927

' -rflinft1':';;'- klalaMMaaM4ai WMMMIt f-- r.r;f i ;; -A . . fry 'iP 4 . "" 7J '"'" . ' . . .T ". ' r' .' Sj!V ;-.' SJ W i r -i .. ! t'" V - ato- Kara I - r - COLLEGE ' VffiENDAR 'Thursday 'November 24. 7.:30A. M. Special leaves for Brownwooil 10I45V'A M. Special arrives at Brdwnwo'odi 2:80 P"M. A. C. C. dofcats Daniel Baker. 6 :Q0 P. M. Special leaves Brownwood. 9 :15 P. M. Special arrives in Abilene. Friday Novcmbor 25. 10 :00 A. M. Chapel Service 7 :30 P. M. Song Practice. Saturday Novcmbor 26. 10:80 A. M. Chapel Service. 8 :00 P. M. Picturo show. Sunday November 27. " 9 :45 A. M.-Sunday School. 10:45 A. "M: -Church Scrvico.- 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 7?n0 P. M. Church fmrvice. 8:15 P. M. Lord's supper for those who were unable to attend tho morning sorvico. Monday November 28. 6:30 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Auditorium room 10 and 7. Tuesday November 29. 10 :00 A. M. Chapel Service. 4:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. Miss Dunn's studio. 7 :00 P. M. Glee Club practice. Miss Dunn'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1927

.0J : . V. j to "tt !ffi $& n W'. 'fl .j.i S: K &il i m A Ik' IlllBlBBV i. i'y - i T; K1 ir . $Ht BANQUET IS GIVEN F001BA1X EAYERS; FRIDAY SAKQUITM aXVIK.BX'MR nro kall iKTERESTINGifALKS FEATURE KeeUatT JhrograiQ la Provided ! last Friday eveninc a hatvf & Y MiDW niby of the most aucceMfuh ftttuaB. ihot W . ' 'fi wiun... ';.i. 'i;'.v.'. - - ....v ivb aa in many .VJ!Hrfija.fiitsrea.Ky a)wr ' talks iy six-players 'who are.flh- laWB$. school this sossioaand 'will not agataiiilay football on the Wild cat eleven.- They !are.-'TheoFvowell jmim; uaiwn mhi Wulfarthj VId61 Colley War ' .Chariey Dararon Aemptiis; Arthur. -ColemaivSoscoe; advLelad (ChUl)rAdamsr Abileae. E?eh player payed high ' tejbuie to Coach Morris. Talks WfW.teo made by Brother McKcnrfcothw Ar- lede and hV CjO a c'bTe s The quartet sang) several" songs illlw Madle Treese gave a reading" Mrs. Walter Adams gave vocal solos and mill Treat' and B.'U. orman 'stu- ntc gave a novelty reeding. Every man whqf sUyed on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1927

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1927

fifi :tf''f $$5$$ '.s .u.i .y J. j "4l'!TiiC 2mi VAS-iCWKVl JKl iBBBBBBBBtJSSBBBfrBaBBBBcassBiiM ' ''"'-'' '-"-- '''"- '' --' 1T& .. '. rasf5?iw nwmaj ar?j"ii jMW-Hna iaEficaBg i m i o-. IekM ".. m-"" TH OPTIHtSf "nr Wp 'J ' "" a r '' " it ' jfflS llPi''1 ' 1&- ' '" HMMMMMHaH m if . . 1 Wmtats C&meFrohi YAEDDRIYtTO )WHISMADf. BY A. C. L. m- writ. 'i 4. j .. . '"eeeefsl Beacon of their T. L A. A. et&eer on( Thanksgiving day 'at Brownwoqd with a win of 6 to 3 oyV the illPBillIeB of Daniel Baker Me winning re resulted from a seventy yard drive down the field seem after the Billies had scored a nekl goal from the twenty yard line. Billies Seere 'Tfea first half ended -with the two - teams standing at nothing all Near ' ..the.'mlddle of the: third period the BlUies took thi ball after a series of nuHtji! MMnleted k caM for a twenty-five JraJrd gain; and ltead dropping back to the twenty yard lle'klcked a perfect fieid goal. V Roland Hakes Tenthdewn After the Billies' sc6r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 December 1927

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1927

?waiir ' 4iifc . . ... """L t fc just 17 more days tj PtPttttTOlt -v'::'BR1NG0NSAN?AClAUS 'I Hsr ' voi. xv ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1927 No. 12 IK $K .'' S ' ? h i s- Jl. 4 W tt Ue tf. fcfv - rViT jk . t Vrhur- K ti-i. If 172 Responses Are Made During Annual Fall Meeting lllTlTw'0 All 1 FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT TO GIVE RECITAL TUESDAY )i Brother Busby is our ideal of a 'rcal preacher. He tells what ho has tosay in a simple manner and lie knows what most preachers have yet to learn and that is when to quit. The meeting was n real success and wo can rejoice in that every one seemingly took an active part in do- ing what ho or sho could. Then with Brother Busby doing tho preaching things could not have been bettered. i j From what I have been able to find out tho Orchestra trip though good could havo been better in several re- spects. However it was not just an orchestra trip for the Qaurtet and Mis3 Mitchell wero repeatedly en- cored when they appeared. My idea of a guy who has g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1927

'V- V .;" "o.- Ls. r. ' : ;ft I SI K 'us I I .yMMwgSBB' '-"- " 3&ioplMi Pablisaed Weekly by the Student Optimist Office ' Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and make nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXA8. Member of Texas Inter-colleglato Press Association. LLOYD NELSON Edltor-ln-Chlcf DANNIE CONLEY Business Manager PAUL SOUTHERN JACK CRABTREE LELIA PAGE HUGH TINER -. ELLIS WILLIAMS LESLIE HUPP Roportors: Vldol Colley Willis Green PREPARE NOW A few dnys ago Evangelist Busby preached u sermon in which ho stressed the importance of preparation. Being a preacher he naturally paid more attention to that spiritual preparation which prepares man to meet God. Preparation however is necessary for success in any under- taking. The great accomplishments of the world are the result of careful planning and study. The most famous men of the world are those who have made ready for the work about which they dreamed. Abraham Lincoln once said "I will study and prep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1927

IT" 1fc" 'W HKlu i. ...JJi.C.- v.'.- uii&JAawTjfltgjjjOPiyil S3 . "A J -jUiiil MjHMidiivir"' -?? a:'7: k -r ?s"?1 V" r 5rr . f " -? -1:. ' .w ?i . v . 'i'v v W. Wilf. . KM E WE KV- l kL'w -!-. lv V yy i toncert 1 our Made By The Orchestra MINERAL WELLS DALLAS AND CLEBURNE ARE VISITED 'T . Tho Collcgo Orchestra nccompan :- .Jed by Miss Yotta Mitchell and tho l" College Quartet. left Thursday morn ' Inn: for a four-day trip which In' eluded stops at Minoral Wells Clo- ; burnc and Dallas. Tho programs at Mineral Wellson t Thursday evening and at Cleburno Friday evening woro especially well received the Quartet and Miss Mit- chell both receiving sovcral encores. The tourists spont both nights in the homes Of members of tho church re siding in tho respective towns. They were tho recipients of much courteous treatment during their stay in these homes. . At Saturday ovoning -from 9 until 10 tho troupo broadcasted from the Dallas News Station WFAA in tho top story of tho Baker Hotel. Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 December 1927

aSEJGs- 5S JUHWtF is iiiiiilBT r" ri itfBHHvr i' s K '" !. r''-9ii - i Debate Tryouts To Be Held Fri. Tho debate tryouts will bo hold to- morrow evening at six-thirty accord- ing to nn announcement mado by Walter Adams debato coach during tho first part of tho week. The debato committee and members of the faculty will act as judges. Eight capable debaters have been working hard to secure a place 01 one of the teams and from all indi- cations the judges will havo a hard job in picking tho winners. Two men will be on each team? si two debates will bo necessary in or- der to let nil participate. The main speeches will be ten minutes and tho rebuttals will bo fivo. The question is Resolved "That compulsory mllitnry training should bo abolished from all tax supported colleges and universities." Tho following men will take part In the troyouts: Comer Clay Ellis Williams Foy Moody Jack Griggs Everett O'Dowd John O'Dowd Daw- son Brown and Lo Roy Baker. SALE OF LOTS BEGUN THIS A. M. ON NEW C...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 December 1927

t - -i . ' .ft' MntAMi&Msm INVESTIGA Vol. XV ADILENE TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMDER 15 1927 No. 13 j JFWAISjftffl ll "If"!' PJPflf 1 f ftMW Tttl T ;4'"; BEHER STUDY HARD -Jf EH - - --- - -t I - w: n - ' ." .. . - its M ii in V V?. wlJiSSfai Whoever that dapper young fellow is who nttends the academy averages '5 about live feet in altitude responds V to the Invitation of gravity to the 1 tuno of approximately one hundred and thlrty-flvo or forty pounds avoir- V dupols wears a funny little black hat of no definite persuasion as to shape or contour and who laughs quite 1 prettily and slaps tho other fellows ' on their respective backs and shouts ; "You ain't no robber" whoever he is '' he is a great lover of truth. Ho ". . says that ho drove ah old B. C. model Ford "Tho Slowest Four in Amer- ! ica" thlrty-flvo miles uphill on slick J rough roads against a strong wind with all four tires flat the buzz- '! waggin missing on alternate cylln- 2 dors ond with tho emergency brakes - stuck tight...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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