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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1928

;.' wBZhm; . :xfm:b. Jmrn-- TjkojTMAB:T a?iv8ft:. -. . .. :.: . v . -.: ;-. .A;: PPW'"::"-llteri ' " POSTMORTEMS HOLD mlmubj ' Uh "M km. m ml- lift. 11IMUU1IU11 llllUilUlU -' Bfl . .' Optimist Office Grocn Building Subscription Per Year . "AddrCM all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OITIMI8T ABILENE TEXAS. Membor of Texas Intor-collegiato Press Association LLOYD NELSON Editor-in-Chief DANNIE CONLEY Business Manager PAUL SOUTHERN Associate Editor JACK CRABTREE Sport Editor LELIA PAGE Society Editor HUGH TINER Assistant Manager ELLIS "WILLIAMS Assistant Manager LESLIE HUFF Circulation Manager LAWRENCE SMITH '. Columnist REPORTERS : Max Leach Nell Chism Martha Rice. Willis Green SENIOR EDITION JackCrnbtreo - - Editor Millard Humphrey Associate Editor A:l. f1 t?nnipfv F.flitor Willio Treat - Religious Editor Reporters - - Sanders Fox Conlcy Hampton A GENTLEMAN After church services last Satur- day night tho members of tho Post Mortem club gathered in front of Hnlv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1928

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1928

l& id fe a 'W-u '1- reATi !.VV trjfl . A H t a-i. i SwWi W tf -. PI"8fc 3Wr . w if. ' i ;ltA .': $ "A. fv ' - ' . . . . - . . . . . i ilii - .. . . .. i COLLEGE CALENDAR FridayApril 20: 10:30 A. M. Chapel; Fine ArtsMorning. 7:00 P. M. Bro. Brewer to spenk to preacher boys. 8:00 P. M. Debate with State Teachers College of Wisconsin. Saturday April 21: 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Bro. Adams. Sunday April 22: 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 10:45 A. M. Church services; Bro. Brooks in charge. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 8:00 P. M. Church Services; Bro. Brooks in charge. 9:00 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday April 23: '''. 8:00 A. M. "Cat and Canary" practice. 12:00 Noon Orchestra starts on tour. 7:00 P. M. Young Men's meeting. Tuesday April 24: 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Bro. Brewer. 7:00 P. M. Glee Club practice. Wednesday April 25: 10:00 A. M. Chapel song morning. 6:30 P. M. Mission Study Class. 8:00 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday April 26: 10:00 A. M. Chapel exercises. 6:30 P. M. Optimi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1928

KBW ." V -jsrV "TW V :- ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 2G 1928 Vol. XV Sophomore Edition Edited By Busby Wins Contest ''r (iwci ; .. ) I ;'.r;.f 3 A y. 'i ir r iv- -J. n. r - a 0 "W a Evelyn Arceneaux and LaVerne Dennis Debate N. 7.5. T. C. Tomgnt FINAL FORENSIC AFFRAY TO BE HELD HERE AT 8 P. M. THREE JUDGES WILL BE USED TO DECIDE WINNING COLLEGE TEAM DENTON BRINGS STRONG TEAM Interesting Contest Promised; Den' ton Has Good Record for Present Season Tho business manager of this paper who is about as poetical as a mud- hen or Jwelve feet of garden hose has joined tho gaseous gentry and has been heard gurgling divers yawp and buncombe and pulling other shen- anlgnns and monkey-business all of which hocus-pokus he chooses to dub "Poetry." He has a yen for dog- gerel and states that were Tenny son compared with him the former would immediately shrink up like a cotton shirt. I bet ho would if ha . knew it. We now desiro to present to Mr. Lloyd Nelson esteemed and bay- thratched editor of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1928

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1928

"-X ! 3 ' tT;: uijM"' "ijaiia'i u?m'iiwii!ii iMMtf.-iuiufKJMiw.'iinaiw.iJ-.ii'iawwwMM1'" ' "nr'H'itf ' MtumniiMieaM mlfflM " ' ' " ' ""' "f'i'li'titi1BiiViii''iM '. . ' "Jfifc rf-" r.. M.1 L0IIIW - ---T.aw "-" . i.. .... PV J aeaaadsaat -- . Mil MMimjri'-7iHuW. .j" Via-r?MnMraTmJLTtiBBF WPKWnnVjrH 1 X ' . - ' ' "TV mm&m --! . -nija-ijr-f it - "LJ-T'irritr -j. .? ia tctrsi u s"" 7arrww.anw.jr. . iUlltt.l&TilFjy:'''' 'TUi- ' p .- - k aKtSWMSSSSUb. aleW A. ... ji u i oiaaaanHnaaiBBKafaaicaaaAnaencEMRaaanganaaaaneBHBa u. 'air 'tw"8' 1 -. " li. u- tte i ? Ou!" Sa" t - t k ' When choosing your SPRING and SUMMER 1 "'Bt I FOOTWEAR be sure you see our new patterns 5 ijjjffjr E before you buy either street or dress heels. B ''tSP's 3uclcleys M w ; " go acogdoches 1 eachers Win Little 1 heatre 1 ournament at Dallas k C C. MAKES EXCELLENT . SHOWING BUT FAILS "' TO PLACE NEW FORM OF TRACK MEET WILL BE HNSTITUTED BY FOUR TEXAS TEAMS By JACK CRABTKEE Tm frit A T.ttftrt TltAn AfX TV1inrtflT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1928

. . i.ilAMW.ii.-.l.H.-JJ.M l . .. ii.Hw;wfov .. .'. &snmvmttu 'Tflif-w! - j ...". iffim iinimnMiim ii am ! i liniiiMi"!' " ;.; .mi."' Ti I'mmiiiimi in iniiiimin iiiiiihimii '" if i imi 'iiTii T'i in rr i iiinrn iiiinirirt ntiii'niimii.'iniiiiiiwimiiiiiii inn ri-ir "t ' Tmm iii'nii nin nil 'm 1 1 miin Tirr -"' ; L .1:- JJ FOTrK MPVMiFi.. v mWs: Ks-' fia -MYl t1 .Vj P. i: .v.-; . - jx. 'IP uaiir u ' wt mhuiiim "&uwl"M'w." i .jraj t . - r . i r jt. jjk JUArvui -. lA'Tr1. i" .- . f-f . ina Wfr "S- t.u-.-y rg . J COLLEGE .CALENDAR -i Friday April 20: 10:30 A. M. Chapel; Fino Arts Morning. Saturday April 21: 10:00 A. M. Chapel. . Sunday April 22: 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 10:45 A. M. Church services; Bro. Brooks! m charge. 11:45 A. M Lord's Supper. 8:00 P. M. Church Services; Bro. Brooks in charge. 9:00 P. M. Lord's Sunner. Monday April 23: ' 7:00 P. M. Young Men's meeting. Tuesday April 24: 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service. 7:00 P. M. Glco Club practice. Wednesday April 25: 10:00 A. M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1928

V "c-? r "V3J w .!'! 5 .V 32 V ? '. ray- - - - ia(' '- p V ' "' & I TRACK CHAMPS ;1 ... i wwkmi n .jh r pfflM-rH? . nwRsf . ' w 'n 4 -? '.tiJ 4 mm & i 'Lli: ail L ' - 1 " It .".':"" Vol. XV '- Abilene texas thurs day may jo i928 Everett O'Dowd: I onco had a mustacha liko yours but when I found out what it looked liko I cut it off. 'John O'Dowd: I onco had a face like yours and when I realized I couldn't cut it off I grew theso whis- kers. Avis Wiggins is going to paint his Ford red on one side and bluo on the other so peoplo seeing him coming and going will think he has two cars. Willis Groen is tho fellow who proved that you can't fly an airplane thru the woods. ' Tho glee club gathered up its swank white flannel pants and black bow ties nnd.hicd them hither to Lubbock whero they sot the audienco up to a program that mado them kick over tho traces till they had fallen arches and they had to lay 'cm in tho aisles. Mr. Paul Southern did his regular AStronimical observing whii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1928

&&m ' T J ''V1 1. Tf'l i&JiV o:. m& 'X u mm mt KM V A m Cf 7 If ''.'. til i 1 Ym np&j m t i tei! Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year .$1.50 Addrosi all Correspondence and make all Monoy Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST XBILENE TEXAS. Momber pi Texas Intcr-collegiato Press Association. LLOYD NELSON Editor-in-Chief DANNIE CONLEY Business Manager PAUL SOUTHERN Associate Editor JACK ORABTREE Sport Editor LELIA PAGE Society Editor HUGH TINER Assistant Manager ELLIS WILLIAMS Assistant Manager LESLIE HUPP Circulation Manager LAWRENCE SMITH : CotajJuiBt RTCPORTRRS Mux Leach. Nell Chism. Martha Rice. Willis Green. Charles Vaughn Elden Bushy Dyle Vaughn Clarence Bryant and Roy Stone. PREACHING THE WORD Hugh Tinor preached Sunday morn ing and evening at Buffalo Gap. El- lis Grubbs accompanied Brothor Tin-er- and preached at Mud Hill school house in tho afternoon. YOUNG MEN'S MEETING MONDAY NIGrfT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1928

feSft 1 iu j-jTrrr - ' - '.waacta. . . -.. .uiiwpwaauBria.ojiiiMMLBt 1111 iiiiiMiwp" iwzz sv; ; ':u f yracvcib: t iacMiHKEnMWg' ! . j1. ifi BKnfiww.v . ? j. mj w-il v '.' ' .' ' ' '!.'" !" " "' '' . ' " ' . i. 11 'i ".'i r 'iwmbcccsss 1 "i1 1 -i 11 r 'i'i' mil ' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1" " wmi i f ' 11 in 11m 'irn 'r .iiliiiwnw 1 ft r CT 4.' 3 l!t ! 1 Wildcats Drop Heartbreaking Affair To Texas Tech Saturday r STEVENS IS HIGH POINT 'MAN OF SEASON'S FASTEST MEET . In 4- IprfPERSGN ALS . -. " nowy comesica meet mat was A ln' doubt na to tho outcomo till tho .; .Inst event tho Tech Mntnrlorn won tiv $a scant margin of four points over mo wnaca& tracKstcrs or a. u. u. 'The meet ended tho season for the 'Lubbock school giving them nn undc- f eated yea"r on .tho cinder path. 1 Stevens gathered 10 1-4 points for high counting honors to sco his team ' bow in defeat when Taylor of Tech V hurled tho javejtn ICO feet 11 Inches -A "to beat Ewing of A. 0. C. by 11 inch- " es for first placo. Tho meet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1928

;xrv. a. '.: . .. . ' .1 4i a . llMllRftU MwBBafc!; '' - .' JUKSIHI Sy?rapSL5 V-. - '" P . .- i . -'' "&. 5? 4 :' ; -v.C A -' i V.r jT:i v-f-V I- .& ' Mk 'YJ .-..jit'. - I .3. 1 - I "- WimGE CfiMNDttlf . !... . . -h " ..:r: . : : . tt :. - . - - j ..je;' r If BWII " i WWII iln - iw Ml"""1 ' M'Lmm ""'" "-ySSl WgM .MM! lil 3PCJWIWMIWUWlt.iaillMWIifWMIMWtgMWIWMWMMHWMWByFBgM .- Friday May 11: 10:00 A. Mv Chapel Fino Arts Morning. ';.; ' 2 tOO P. M. Preliminaries at T. I. A. A. Denton. .; . 7:80 P. M-Prcacho Students Mcotlng. Saturday May 12: 10:00 A. Mv Chapel; Address. - . 10:30 A. M. Field Events nt.T. I. A. A. Denton. 4:00 P. M Orchestra blow-out. Sunday May 13: ' 0:45 A. M. Sunday School. ..111:00 A. M. Church Services; Brother Brooks In charge ' il:45 A. M Lord.'s Supper. 8:00 P. M. Church Services; Brother Brooks In charge. 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper for those who. did not attend tho morning services. Monday May 14: 10:00 A. M. Track men still in bed celebrating first T. I. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1928

-.. - -------w f VwfSi'Jfli TRACK CHAMPIONS Vol. ?CV ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 17 1928 A. C. C. Wildcats Elope With T. I. ft. A. Track Championship. '... HMip VU11U1I1I2N1 7- "''"VK 1 . r it - Apvij . No. 32 Ib' t isiinwr:r . ' 'msi Lt. tt TENNIS TEAMS DO GOODWORK IN MEET DERRICK PLACES THIRD .SINGLES WHILE OTHERS DO WELL IN In tlio tennis tournament at the T. I. A. A. meet last week tho A. C. C. teams showed up exceptionally well. The fight and doggedncas that the players displayed was characteristic of the Wildcats of A. C. C. Out of twenty-three entries In tho singles Hubert Derrick showed his stamnla to go to tho finals in his bracket and win third in tho meet. In his playing Derrick exhibited somo of tho smoothest and most consistent work to be seen that day. In the first round Derrick beat Cleveland of San Marcos 0-2 7-5; tho second round ho boat Counts of West Texas 7-5 7-G; third round he defeated Davidson Denton G-3 0-4; and in tho- finals of tho bracket Landers West Texas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1928

- "' "; ; XelEwHsSa lau&hifefi .y?' r6' .'...- . K'fl8L.:-'T' -tJip. piBf.i'ifnii .:wBWiraffi..Li ;?yiK8Kfr Wf' .-T 'Ti SLffi IWIHH 1MB 111 ' 1 1 IB I ' WTkA JwKiKiwittrltiii oj l IV' ';.' $jiwift flrwL.. f aESf?lgjg TrSiSKiMHM&i WmtSEVii ' 4 K 1 :. - ?J W IS VMS I ''..- " ' -L."ll "I "'I " " ' . . . . vjiir 'WT!71i $d$ftm& PubUehod Weekly by iho 8tndcnU of Abllono Christian College. Optimist Pfflco Gnxm Building Subscription Per v .1.50 Address all Correspondence and mako nil Money Orders Payable to TH& OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. . Mombor pi Toxaa Intor-collcglato Proes Association. ':.; r LLOYD NELSON Edltor-ln-Chicf DANNIE CONLEY Business Manager PAUL SOUTHERN Assoointo Editor JACK CRABTREE . . ' Sport Editor LELIA PAGE Society Editor HUGH TINER Assistant Manngor LAWRENCE SMITH Columnist .REPORTERS: Max. Leach Nell Chism Martha Rico. Willis Greon. Charles Vaughn Elden Busby Dylo Vaughn Clarence Bryant and Hoy Stono. SPORT SOCKS t FINISHERS Those who witnessed the tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1928

I? . -: 7i-i-njttri.'lf. iteal iV wpwppw(iOlWwyw)ijwft if & '" ' V Ltfl.! . 'M.I 3'VJ$T H.r' OMiLijTI&J' -ifjrr ft .. ?. 1 (!t i - . - '. ii tr ' 5Ty3BSE LJ1T '""'" t-7 r" ' .ib i lii ' i hi i i in nwai aAwa i ' mi i in iiwiiw.i ii i r 'i in i in ' mtw i !! i j i i i . .ii . . i 1.1 1 1 l"M3zs'M?rTfBMtTfWf3MMfry r i ! rx m "WS! .1 X A -t ift? WJ-- SB fci- V- J :-: 'tqjf.fii V - UK nt'- '& a V9Ur ''3f 9 4" : Jt'jS:5. - M J ' ' ' ." italTd 4 Be Presented A Fine Arts recital will bo given In tho Abllono Christian Collcgo nudltor- lum Tuesday evening May the twonty- Aits Rec - .BOQona at hsio o'clock. Representatives of tho piano violin T voleo and speech arts departments will appear on tho following program: "ft." My Old Kentucky Homo Stolnhcimer .1). Jolly Darkles. .. Karl Bcchter Mary Gorco Cox Teasing Von Hllm Helen Reese Moon Shadows Paul Bliss Ruth Roeso . Tarrantello In A Minor Charles Dennce Dorothy Freo " Sarabande Boam Actlna Long ' Plller Fights Craig .. Robert Ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1928

"fe" j&fcfcfct JJ ii irtntf ! iSu fcV- C$ V' . i;i . j '1 &1 & : "i-. & : W r A.v' m:'i - ": v-&sftJLiM yM . 9i3 vffSji 901. jagssw ) - i ih .! kt t .i 'SKkTB-F i SI v V uVkv MW5 flflaW"v Ss3f .. t SmFWiTk iwT V Dealing In Modern Track History -m il?2k J. I!V k till tf-4RiHJ' t WMHI " V KVIFH""' . AWTOZt . -t - m& m i 1 MJF?. l "" V ... VfAJI S r " r viv i inn onrv ' . - .- i; rvi S2K8!iDr7x j; wmm fgra llntmT I 11 r 7 111 I tail . . ' .AV A ffiZfGj -CSSS-5 jrt ( ii.i i i f - i -i r- V mpat-Ji'M i . f fvr-' .Ksixwf DEAIN (SOX SPEAKS SATURDAY IN CHAPEL THE VALIANT WlIBl PRESENTED AT CISCO TO LION'S CLUB H- eLDEN BUSDV GRADUATION RECITAL GIVEN BY MISS RITA ADRIAN IS Plans Completed For Senior Week i ff Rita Adrian pupil of Miss Fat Ma- lono was presented in a piano gradua tion recital at tho Abllono Christian College auditorium Tuesday evening May 15 at 8:15 p. m. MIbs Adrian was assisted by ber siBter Luclllo Adrian Contralto whose accompaniments were played b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1928

1 . . '.''- ..' t MErS rtifeS i MliiliifeTO::'- ;&. -- r 1 m. 4'AfV-Oi'" 4sktyrt " J - .7. V. . 1-. Vol. XV ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2k 192 No. 33 wMmt VgtIIIIIIIIiU ' V--W- f 'at :s- STUDENT ASSOCIATION TO ELECT OFFICERS TUESDAY MORNING ELECTION OF ALL OFFICERS TO DE HELD AFTER CHAPEL; MUCH SPIRIT SHOWN NOMINATIONS NOW POSTED Smith Is Sole Candidate For Prcsi- dent; Keen Rivnltpy Expected For Others The year 1028 seems to be one of politicking and campaigning and in order not to bo left in the rear A G. C. has entered whole-heartedly into the spirit of the thing. Tuesday morning May 29 will see tho election of the officers of the Stu- dents Association of Abilene Chris- tian College. This promises to be ono of the hottest contested elections over held as there have been thirteen nom nations for seven offices; all enndi dates are capable of filling tho offices for which they have been nominated; and three distinct political parties have already been organized within the studen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1928

-Lafii&ffl-' THE OPTIMIST cuwmiu)imuU)iii(cu!aifl;u!Wicu5mu)m!n!a)iM8iiiflifl)a rcn)3jmw(fi'"g'1"'u'ut"frM$ V ' S r Pago 2 Publiflhctl Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Offlco Green Building Subscription For Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-collegiato Press Association. LLOYD NELSON Edltor-ln-Chlcf DANNIE CONLEY Business Manager t PAUL SOUTHERN Associate Editor JACK CRABTREE Sport Editor LELIA PAGE Society Editor HUGH TINER Assistant Manngcr LAWRENCE SMITH Columnist TlTCPORTERS : Max Leach. Nell Chism. Martha Rico. Willis Green. Charles Vaughn Eldcn Busby Dylo Vaughn Clarence Bryant and Roy Stone. MEMORIES PREACHING THE WORD To what elcnt do you value your memories of the past years? Espec- ' ially those of the last nine months. Memories arc classed into but two divisions those of which we consider priceless and Uiosc which cause heavy feeling in the heart when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1928

. ' ' .'" '. - ' -' 'fferf1 THE OPTIMTST ' - rr r t i i . r'jj ytMi.i --. 4j - . . .."w 'j-vrmr: - n uin BEHEnM MjBMiBMaMliMMUiMIHyfll Wc Give Free Silverware Coupons Harvey Dry Goods Company Inc. "Where The Price Is Right" New Spring and Summer Clothes ..'n . 'jii c c i QS Y Established English Uni- f 3 -. versity Styles k I vKm For I V I Students and College 3 I Graduates Lj $19.75 up to I -gg $39.50 5j Two Pair Pants Suits $ lOTffiaajcsEfflffiaanffiflmffiffiffiaKcnrafflasaxuffiara COLLEGE CLOTHES THAT RADIATE THE REAL COLLEGE ATMOSPHERE We have just received a shipment of new Spring Suits in the new models and colors $30.00 to $42.50 Two Pants of Course WARD CLOTHING CO. MAXINE WHITMORE IS PRESENTED IN RECITAL FRIDAY EVE Miss Maxino Whltmore junior of tho speech arts department of Abileno Christian College was presented In recital last Friday evening In tho col- lege auditorium. Miss Whltmore was assisted by Mrs. Walter Adams soprano and Mrs. Eddlo Wecms accompanist. The exceptio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1928

iWCi y ' i . " . ' . aji.. """' "i - -i i i r"" i hi i 'nil" ' 'i"i" rnrrin in imiiiiiiiiiiriiiiinininimniiiiiiiiiyiiiii.i 1 1 w - . H ti yrjss;-. I'l'J. .': I IF'"1 I r 1 ' - i VuXr''9" .v -5T ' 1 " n Pago 4 i THE OPTI BT r 'iS. : '.w f i 1 ).- 1 V w-iw 'iTy SUB T. 16 CREW AND GUESTS ENJOY ANNUAL SHORE OUTING MONDAY The Sub-T-lC crow forgot that there wns such a thing as a sea last Mon- day when they took to the hills noar Buffalo Gap for their annual outing ashore. Fifty-one peoplo crowded into nino cars at seven o'clock and headed south- ward toward the official picnia site where volley ball and indoor baseball were played out-of-doors and whero mountain climbing reached its height within a short while after the happy group reached their destination. Those who were in tho party were Professor J. Eddie Weoms Professor and Mrs. Guy Scruggs and son Gene Allen; Miss Elizabeth Nelson; Coach A. B. Morris; Minister and Mrs. R. R. Brooks nnd their little daughter Phyllis; and the followi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 May 1928

lip 'T-.' 'V? i O "t I I '...ju ' ; i ?;. V.'v' Vol. XV ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 31 1928 No. 34 SMITH ELECTED PRESIDENT FOR 1928-29 TERM SMITH PAGE AND DERRICK ARE ELECTED WITHOUT OPPOSITION SOUTHERN IS V.-PRESIDENT Williams Stevens And Coons Are Elected By Students To Their Respective Positions An official count of tho votes enst in tho election of officers for tho Stu dent Association shows that tho fol lowing men were elected to their re spective positions: President Lawrence Smith Vice-President Paul Southern Secretary -J Leila Pago Forensic Manager Ellis Williams Yell Leader Hubert Derrick Student Athletic Representatives Roy Stevens and Washington Coons Lawrcnco Smith was tho solo nomi- nco for president nnd Leila Pago was tho only candidate for secretary; so a vote was not necessary to elect theso two. Likewise Hubert Derrick was selected yell leader for 1028-29. For v.-prcsident Southern received 250 votes and Tiner got 44. Williams received 157 votes to his favor for fore...

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