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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 October 1928

iWVWNc: f s&?w v SV y 4vjA f;'- M- 9 V -.iT .It; if- TH3B "0 P.TIM ISO?' ' v ' r fjfti '"X-. 1a1' - ----' - . TTnlf--liiiniTiTiiniiiirfiiinrir " t . m 11.5! . h" 1 li n ! r jl -? ii ! I 1 GQ ' i m 1 kfl H I I I i I if wjw . Hz. V -1" rr;v fcftmiai Pabllsfce Weekly by Uw StadenU of Abilene Christian College. Optimlat Office. Green Building Subscription Per Year fl.DO Z. Addreu all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE. 0PJ1MI8T ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGH TINER Business Manager LELIA PAGE MAV LEACH CLARENCE BRYANT Reporters: Geneva Hall Lota Wolford Cordelia Pago Willis Greon Ellis Williams Harrcll Ward Irene Beckncr and Roy Stone. Assistant Editor Sports Editor Religious Editor YOUNG MEN'S MEETING: ?"- iij October 29 1928. Subject: "Faith." Rending: Hebrews 11. 1. Tho Challcngo of Faith. 2. Tho Venture of. Faith. 8. The' Trial of Faith. '"' 4. Tho Victory of Faith. : OVER-SENSITIVENESS A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 October 1928

Wildcats Tame East Texas Lions and Win Third Conference Game LIONS UNSUCCESSFULLY TRY AERIAL ROUTE .: FOR VICTORY is Ks ?91S- r -i on i 19A t 1 T. I. A. A. watch those Wildcats I Tho one sure way' to have dopo scattered to tho four winds of heaven .(s to try to smear H on those undo- nncsticatcd felines. Dope was simply not manufactured for them. 1 ho Lions invaded tho fair city of Abilene last Saturday in a carnivor- ous mood and their vow was to mako a meal of some members of their own race. But they returned to their lair with faces scratched and nil their i taste for Wildcat meat taken from 'them. The Wildcats received the first break of the game.Stovens booted a pretty one out of bounds on their one yard lino and tho Lions instead of sensibly kicking tried to pass and the passer stoppod behind tho end lino scoring a safety for us. Score 2-0. Then about two punts and a pass later thoy were backed up in the shadow of our goal and sue- ccedod in booting one to our thirty yard lino...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 October 1928

liffffglfflfi ?3r.'tBJK5iJHBBBWSt SWr--l&Hfit ilsS3 mii jt-o roijis.T i & i5 & H i1 i J c t A 5fi 1 ! t Q S ft Proohs JDot ffioc College Friday October 26 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fino Arts Program. 6:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum Meets. 7:30 P. M. Social Gathering of Members of Church in Gym. Quartet practice Miss Dunn's Studio. Saturday October 27 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Brother Nichols. 3:00 P. M. Football Game Between Sul Ross and A. C. C. at Alpine. Sunday October 28 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 10:45 A. M. Church Service Brother McMillan in Charge. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 7:30 P. M. Church Service Sermon by Minister. 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday October 29 7:00 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Tuesday October 30 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Brother Wcems. 4:30 P. M. Choral Club Practice. 7:00 P. M. Gleo Club Practice. 7:30 P. M. Soplihomoro Party. Wednesday October 31 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song Morning. 6:30 P. M. Mission Study Class Progr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1928

' BOOST THE PRICKLY PEAR . . ; Hfjt Pllttldli"'' -''- " ANNUAL TMY ' W Vo1 16 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1928 No o 2fe c ft JUNIOR CLASS WINS PRICKLY PEAR PICTURE CONTEST! y PK ? VK vit "S5k w $fi Plans Are This is second handed but tho source of information is believed to liy authentic. Paul Prognosticating Miller was in Zcllncr Hall somo night last week listening in on a piano selection Paul of a sudden nnnounccd "I would do tho danco of tha Seven Veils but I only havo one and that's d pair of pants." Ruth Tollcson comes forth with tho suggestion that a warning bell for classes bo placed in tho establish- ment for the consumption of edibles operated by the inestimable firm of Monkey & Duggem. She 'states that last Tuesday morning sho had oaten twelve hotcakes when sho looked at her watch and discovered it to be five minutes after eight. Sho af- firms that if there had been a warn- ing bell in tho joint she would have been able to cat only nine hot cakes and would havo s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1928

&.'. .Jr&tilw S? : SfcSA; V.TfiWflM1YffiTftfti .1 t . . l uj . I . ' - ..--.. - - -u iminiMirMMiMir-imni- 11 H ' ymKlTWnmlllwm'mmmsBma: vCTEB flk J ft M M V W V At fit '(' v -l ' i T!T t w i "T BesceanieBneaneessariiaaESMeneaexemaBeasieHGEeaaHeMesssaeKeseeeesB ti Jflroohs jJJc (foods (So WECtVl 'EiumjuAutuujiuuRiKmmu f: f College Calendar Friday November 2 10:00 A. M. Chnpol services and fine arts program 4:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. . 7:30 P. M. Quartet practice. Saturday November 4 10:00 A. M. Chapel service address by Prof. Brown. Sunday November 4 9:45 A. AL Sunday School. 10:45 A. M. Church service Brother McMillan in charge. 11:45 A. M.- Tho Lord's Supper. 7:30 P. M. Church Service Sermon by minister. 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday November 6 7:00 P. M. Young Men's meetings. Tuesday November C 10:00 A. M. Chapel service address by Don Morris. 4:30 P. M. Choral club practice. 7:00 P. M. Glee club practice. Wednesday November 7 10:00 A. M. Chapel servico song morni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1928

isassaagss&are vmipii j . 'A'J srwr si' n &. A..-ff7ir. r w 4 . i9' .mmb-w7 t rii uk hi 'w " . n " mmr mrm mm .r - i&E)BBsFMr kwmhb w-mmm " if ii ohm mtfttil! FIGHT TEAM FIGHT - s? L BEAT THE MATADORS f t . Vol. 16 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1028 WILDCATS WILL MEET MATADORS AT LUBBOCK SATURDAY w y V'ft l?4lt NO. ? jMff - lm y X "" ;c & t r W rt 'V k- i$ Kitten Club Queen to Be Crowned at Elaborate Ceremony Tonight Whoooot but this football Burely Is ono rough and tough game. Three years ago I saw Victor Drlnkard hob- bling around on crutches with a band- aged leg; a patch over one eye and a lacerated scalp. I Inquired whither tho abrasions and ho informed me they were received at a football game. Tho broken leg camo when tho ball was run out of bounds and a player tackled him; tho unlighted lamp blew out when tho opposing side mado a touchdown and ono of tholr rooters punched him in tho oyo with her um- brella; and tho lacerated scalp was received at tho hands...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1928

iv.-; w. 3 4.VVttli ' V I ' ? W"""''"''fl'lBB'MMBHBBBBWBBBBBBGftWWBWBjPMMBBUIBMMBWBBPBSW " v. v' jt ' -.t;s n . ." ti' V41'iil ' ' -.Lt Nk . . jt 4 ' r."' " - a fP v. . JOllfWIUim5U Fabllafce Weekly fey tta SUdeata of AMleae Christian College. OptlmUt Office Green Building SabBerlpUoB Per Year 11.60 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to TIIE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texaa Inter-Collocate Press Association. YOUNG MEN'S MEETING November 12 1028. ' Subject: "Pure Religion." Rending: James I. 1. "Controlling tho Tongue." James 1:10 20; Matt. 12:34-85. 2. "Controlling tho Temper." James 1:20; Matt. 5:21-22. 3. "Controlling tho Desires." Jnmos 1:18-16; Mark 7:21-23. 4. "Doing Good." Jnmcs 1:27; Gal. 0:10. PAUL SOUTHERN Edltor-In-Cklef HUGH TINEK Badness Manager LELIA PAGE Assistant Editor MAX LEACH Sports Editor CLARENCE BRYANT : Religious Editor Reporters: Lota Wolford Cordelia Pago Willis Green Ellis Williams Har- roll Ward Ireno Bcckncr Roy Stone Arc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1928

THH OPTIMIST " i-- g mmr-rr- 111 .. i i i nmrm I tmcmmm CfIJ-pr ;. & w: It m. ' f The Wildcat Picture Gallery Editor's Nob: This is the first of a series of nrtislcs to appear each week in The Optimist. In this Gal- lery tho writer will sketch tho records of Abileno Christine College athletes in all sports choosing those who wero strongest in football for tho fall term baskotball ' stars during the winter and track football and tennis men during tho spring term.) jf By Wendell Bcdichck '24 fr JONES OGLE. For tho first of 1 theso sketches of men who have flashed across the A. C. C. athletic firmament wo turn back to tho season of 1010 tho first in which Wildcats were seen in intercollegiate football. Jones and hU brothor Sewcll played halves on that first team. Ogle was a Senior academy student that year. Ho had behind him an unusually bril- liant high school record with Roswoll N. M. Asido from basketball and .- football honors ho had been individual ' high point winner in tho s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 November 1928

kl HMFlSSa ). r -Tva.?ap uirw'i UT'ffj l . v" r F 1 ' I i '" -i V "7 ir TH1 OPTIMIST r' -'j 4 it f ; i LI tiu i I JUroolis Jul 1 aa---s jl w ain . --jjiuiifiiii ip g wmmMMMnwaMummwKjmmmmmmmmmmBmmm ffioocb da i College Calendar Friday November 9 i 10:00 A. M. Chhpol sorvieo Fine Arts progrnm. 4:30 P. M. Sight Singing Class. 7:30 P. M. Quartet Practice. n' Saturday November 10 10:00 A. M. Chapel sorvice Address by Brother Yowoll. 3:00 P. M. Football gamo between Texas Tech and A. C. 0. at Lubbock. '- Sunday November 11 9:45 A. M. Sunday school all classes. 10:45 A. M. Church service Sermon by minister. 12:45 A. II. Lord's Supper. 7:30 P. M. Church service sermon by minister. 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday November 12 7:00 P. M. Young Men's meeting. Tuesday November 13 10:00 A. M. Chapel service address by Brother Bell. 4:30 P. M. Choral club practice. 7:00 P. M. Glee club practice. "Wednesday November 14: 10:00 A. M. Chapel sorvice song morning. 3 :30 P. M. Make-up class meets in Ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1928

iiM -ft H$d -m 'V! 11 &.' t .i i ': r'K' . i - Wl.(. t !H r ot ' V ' -- - DOWN THE BUFFALOES w ' .. -f' 3- WIN THE T. I; A-A.- -i . .;- r v .. V -'j ''..." ft r .- 1 .. ..& - -iss rr- Vfrl.16 ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15 1328 1 M llttftttlMi 4. OLD FOES TO MEET ON FAIR PARK GRIDIRON SATURDAY Contract Is Awarded For Construction Of Two Large Dormitories .A MRS; I . ; Aint's people funny? Jow my dear aomo aro Just TOO comical for words. There's the DEAREST old lady who lives just next door and " she just WILL persist in telling that ago old joke about little Johnny at ti school. Have you ever heard it? I JU8T MUST tell It to you. "Little Johnny had a TERRIBLE habit of saying 'I have went'. So one nftcr- .noon tho teacher made him stuy after school and write 'I have gone 500 time's. So when little Johnny had finished he wrote at tho bottom of his paper 'Dear Teacher. I have 'wrote 'I have .gone 600 times and now I have went homo." Now isn't that just TOO screamingly funny...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1928

.' c-tf.V'. J i "f4 TllOFTXMIT - m jksA 'MM I :.( :v c PaWkfcd' Weekly b te gtsfents et Ableaa ChrlsUaa Cellego. 'SriserlptloB Per TMtr Optimist Office. Green Building flJSO Address all Correspondence and make all 'Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Memhera of Texai Inter-Collegiate Press Association. 'LEttA PAjdE .MAX UaAClL. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief . : HUGnTINEK BaslneM Maaager . ; : Assistant -Editor .-. ; :- Snorter Editor OLAHENOE" BRYANT Religious Editor Reporters: Jxta Wolf ord. Cordelia Page Willis Green Ellis Williams Har y roll "Word Ireno Beckner Roy Sione Archlo L. Geo and Leon Carter. THE W&DOAT LINE. 'In commenting on the A. C. O.-Teeh game which was played at Lubbock last Saturday one noswapcr correspondent said "With the exception .ql; brilliant bus of -play by tho Abilene line the game was We .aref'glad (to- noto that tho sports writor responsible for this 'Btc&meiit gave tho men in tho lino some credit for the victory. It is - 'not qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1928

$ :tt i 't ' "T u- f V 1i NferK. -!'. i?J&3Bli).PTZM;iflT. .J jtftM v 1 -jj. : . K: i j ;- 7X- fca Wildcats Defeat Matadors W IPIMPIX ANl WHffE life ' SHINES TO CONQUER TECH MATADORS .n A tv?entyLyard end .run by thcfleet--fdoUdirteVens a pass Cheevea to .IMendfMM for 24 yards a 24-yard ruri byttwkleks'for a touchdown all n theWMt two Tniitttea of the game JBaturdarfJ and thenalglrty Tech Mata- dors bit 'fust at tho dfcetfof the fight- ing A. C. C Wildcats fortho second "timo In tho last two 'seasons Tho t Proud Bullfighters Of tho plains had Uttlo chonco to ovorcomo tile early $to 0 lead marked' up by tho Cats "for about ajkthey could do was to prevent the onrushing Wildcats from "scoring again and again. Tho A. 0. C. eleven tho underdogs in the clash fought like Kclkenny cat4to crash the Tech 'Matadors ;?hottf TeM University could only confltior 12 to 0 and Daniel Baker was. only able to tie on their own arena and to evon up the all timo standing between tho two colleges. rThe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 November 1928

.' f m 'OTM''rV H"' rFWWflfiJMfWWIi & .. - iV . r-v2 K"'sopffrxii"v fr. uki jKJM U s' S . .- 1CI5- V f I mSSifi ' 3 8E:li:r Li iiMirWtfi umP '!00l College ' ttfc MJFriday November 16 j.u :uu a. jji. unnpci service jbtoo arts program. . . . 4 $30 Pi M. Sight flinging class. 7 :30 P. M. Quartet rrnotico. . ' ' &atrday November 17 10:00 A. M. Chapel service. Address by Bro. Schug. 3 :00 P. M Football game between A. C. 0. and. Canyon. Sunday Novcmbor 18 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 10:45 A. M. Church service 11:45 A.M. Lord 'b Supper. 7:30 P. M. Church service 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday November 19 r 7:00 P. M. Young Men's meeting. Tuesday November 20 ' ' 10:00 A.M. Chapel service. Address by Bro. "Witt. - -4:30 P. M. Choral club practice. . 7:00 P. M. Qleo club practice. ( Wednesday Novembor 21 10:00 A. M. Chapel service Song morning. -3 :30 P. M. Make-Up class meets in room 7. b.'j. li.iiii hr wi viiaainn ninaa ttipat IXr .5. -7.nfl P M PrnrAf moAfmcr. Thursday November 22...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 November 1928

BEAUTIES ARE ELECTED FOR PRICKLY PEAR WEDNESDAY v m: S8S fc! PWf- &. ha; I' k r ft ? i. ZZ.H " i fF1'1 " -J. e3 -" ft " no r v. m II lm l IV. CZ M Present Varied Th'o noise wo have been hearing for a week or so back supposedly coming from a stampede of tho thundering herd proved to bo only a windstorm in tho distance I noticed on tho back of a car yes terday. "Dodge Senior Six". That being tho case a car tho Owl at ono timo possessed was not even a product of tho kindergarten. - A new mtto for our Rumblin' Wrecks: "No it's not tho St. VRub danco; wo'ro only collegiate". Brother Bell requested Jchp Burk- hart to mako him a sentenco using tho word "necklaco". After deep meditation for a couplo of hours John offered this sentenco: "Lamesa is certainly ono necklaco town". John should have been reared on or iii Great Neck L. I. And speaking of nocks the only part of a cow besides her milk serv- ed in this neck of tho- woods is neck. I was sitting in a barber shop waiting my turn when...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 November 1928

Subscription Per Year 51 'is H s 1 ? 7i 35 2 yw 31 ; 3 a. I "iJ CIS?. r i . ftf ' m- Vt I I Address All Correspondence and mnko all Money Orders Payable to THET OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. '' . ' " ' Members of Texas Intcr-Colleglnto Press Association. ? PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief HUGH TINER Business Manager fivi LEUA PAGE . MAX LEACH CLARENCE BRYANT Reporters: Lota Wolford Cordelia Pago Willis Green Ellis Williams Hnr- roll.Ward Ircno Bcckncr Roy Stono Archie L. Geo and Leon Carter. Assistant Editor Sports Editor Religious Editor KEEP UP THE "SWEAT' A story is told of a Chinese student who became exceedingly disheartened with his difficult studies and threw down his books in despair. His lessons were just too hard he decided so ho gave up acknowledging his weakness. Afterwards ho saw a woman rubbing a crowbar on a stone and was" told that sho wanted a needle and that she would rub down the crowbar till sho got it small enough. Provoked by this cxamplo of patience this cxamplo of "st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 November 1928

1 i : &. "lw!!!!55rr'"T?"'""""T!?Mg5rt'"'V''n'l'?'''lll''"''a " " ' ''' nv .1 n i i "r V -wr i mi i illtii i iwea ai hi mmBaBaaatamaeaaBaaetaaaptaamttmmea Morrismeo Defeat Canyon anH Continue Drive For Championship dIEYES-KEYES MACHINE PROVES FATAL FOR .. BUFFALO TEAM The Wildcat Picture Gallery a. K :.. n passing by the trophy case in tho library plonso notice tho nice now sbt of buffalo horns. Usually one docs not hear of Wildcats dchorning buf- ' faloes but TaBt Saturday proved tho exception that prove; the rulo The lino that proved sucL a oct- ; back in tho Tech gamo did nut quite seem up to par Saturday. Early in tho first quarter thoy allowed a Can- yon player to break through and block one of Ewing's punts to mako a touch- downi Livingston was knocked out in tho first two minutes of play and was so groggy that ho could not do much when ho was sent back tho sec- ond half. ' Bullock and Sanders time after timo broke through to throw a Can- yon'back for losses and never allo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 November 1928

Jv. 'j TE1 OPTIMIST A." W :: i 1 ' ' 'A v. m !.: L. im SO5 "'.- HnnnBHHHHHHMWMnHMI 'roohs ru iw mtMLMJU jmruiMiimiiii mm cods To aaaMTal T v-mm -m WE fJVE Jfttf CfiFEM STAMP! rauwutimntBinmMajHMiiw mama K College Calendar Friday November 23 10:00 n. m. Chapel service Fine Arts program. 4;30 p. in. Sight singing class meets. .7:30 p. m. Quartot practice. . . Saturday November 24 '. 'V 10:00 a. m. Chapel uddrcss by Dean Cox. !. i Sunday November 25 a :45 a. m. Sunday School for all classes.- ; . 10:45 a. m. Church service. Sermon by Brotho'r McMillan. 11:45 a. m. Lord's Supper. '.(' Monday November 26 jtV 7:0Q p. m. Young Men's mooting. Tuesday November 27 1U:UU a. m. uiiapel service address oy urotner mcnoiB. 4:30 p. m. Choral club practice. 7:00 p. m. Glee club practice. Wednesday November 28 10:00 a. m. Chapel service song morning. 3 :30 p. in. Make-up class meets in Hoom 7. 6 :30 p. m. Mission class meets. 7 :30 p. m. Prayer meeting. Thursday November 29 Thanksgiving hohduy Thanks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 November 1928

mmmm Jv4ui r 'Jin. :' 3 "X' ! i a "m 0i 4 ' 'fV t?:wt . ." ff '" '? "Xf 4fV .y ' $ FIGHT FOR DUSTY - BEAT THE BJLLJES ' ;f . ' Wwww i4li if I li Vol 16 ABILENE 'TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1028 -. rMBwmaw) AND HILL BILLIES PREPARE FOR TITLE CLASH frlTSHj&N .j.'.( VB. rtSWrSST' 3t3 ? I'mrif Wfc" - ---------------.. Jrr Til iiiiiiKi - mi-- urn - - . wMnnMMiMaMmBH4MMttan WILDCATS sl - tt . fo I- Annual Fall Meeting To Begin At College Church Sunday Brr-brr my chin whiskers -are a solid mass of icicles and when I cry ray tears leave littlo holes in the sidewalk where they hit. Here's a little story taken tfrom the annals of Walter Psychology Adams history; it's a pathetic littlo piece of literature and rather elongated at both ends. But dear renders -if you can stand it I can so grab your hats and hero goes: Psychology was feel- ing terrible terribly bluo one day so ho tried to commit suicido. Now my account of tho act comes from hear- ing him -recount it to a friend. Brother Adams w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 November 1928

i.AK&.x f V.& JJiLiI fj. :.- Mjr.--1" -- & i I TBI OPTIMIST. totestiTi ( ." PfiEACHlNfl THE WftRIV Istitoentb auk srt " "". M4 ii viv i tct vin hnflrfittf if f viv uivr icaiirau . 1 Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. ff Subscription Per Year OptlmlBt Office Green Building $1.50 '-Address HllCorrcspondencemid--makoall-Monoy Orders Payable to Tills urxiMiaT ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Tcttns Inter-Collcgln to Press Assodatlott.'--'"" '" I. PAJJL SOUTHERN Editorfin-Chl'of . HUGH TINER Business Manager v LELIA PAGE MAX LEACH1- 1 CLARENCE BRYANT Reporters: Lota Wolford Cordelia Pago Willis Green Ellis Williams Har- . rcll Ward Ireno Beckner Roy Stone Archio.L. Geo and Leon Carter. i.. Assistant Editor Sports Editor Religious .Editor ABE YOU WITH ME?' "Aro wo ready GnngT Aro you -with inol" Tho Billies are coming crouching low ready to go. Thoy aro coming with firo in their eyes. Only a few moro hours to wait. Tho T. I. A. A. championship is soon to h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 November 1928

eXflmn rfwztr?:? TH-JT OT-XfcX0V ' S.5B-.. ?'f ' . .. r mm :.- h1 1 a '-.' iltr sv. sr.r: 4K &?;" M' .- 'Wftr' - : "r SfLtaPf -From Regulars In one of the biggest dopo upsets of the season the Rag Knots ran wild Saturday afternoon to beat tho Wildcats 20 to 14 Going into this gamo as tho undor- 1 dijgs the fighting little Rag Knots ran up a 20 to 0 score during tho first-half. They were at nil times master of tho situation. Coach Mor- ris finally found a winning combina- tion in tholast half but tho regulars wo're ablo to score only 14 points. Owens and Parker tho two slash- ing smashing Midgets demonstrated that they woro guards worthy of all T. ' I. A. A. mention. Jordan and Powell of tho backfiold and Brum- mctt at end and Hill at center also played a very consistent gamo for the Bag Knots. With the combination of the abovo men tho Rag Knots liter- ally toro tho Wildcat lino to shreds. . Tho Wildcats woro almost helpless until tho last half when Dodd and Beasloy wero placed i...

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