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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 January 1929

jam wtifpwwp wr-" Htaigt &. V i i. ! ' - " .. ..... . i h ' iiiiii mi iiiiiii mi iiininiiiln-nj---Ti r ---mi-n i ' " Young Men's Meeting a fewna a r'Bvi'i . 4rmiu.m i i i i a t .lb i . t mm; 3utjpnmMi MS .-- r ' VSfS IffiS - Published Weekly by tho Students of Abtlcno Christian College. lllf '' Vl Optlmlst'offico Green Building mLv iVSubacription Por Year : $1.50 WJnWi - 1 1 oi I Address all Correspondenc and mako all Money Orders Payablo to ' Wl!r - THE .OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. ' 3' Car Members of Teacas Inter-Colleglato PreSB Association. ii 4 torn mat i $&M$-' PAUL SOUTHERN nj. 1 1' Edltor-ln-Chtof W I t LESLIE HUPP !ef i' J ' Business Manager v'TW ;j LELIA PAGE ' MAX LEACH 3f t LEON CARTER ill E CLARENCE BRYANT 'W ROY STONE osva - -H Assistant Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager Reporters: Lota Wolford Cordelia Pago Willis Grcon Ellis Williams Kar- tell Ward Archio L. Goc James Chambers. THE OLD "AD" BUILDING. It is somotimes h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 January 1929

3-5KK JMMMMtfcAiVif.- i jfT- f. ''HH!llHlH v p tf'vB3rlfffl r w'Wjw ff dm ?!' M4----------H(mS M&t-cxaT "i '1''1 ""--------- nmmmutmmmmmaammtmtmtmmmmmmm mmwmmtmmmmammmmtma IfmKvZi &-. or hi- Wildcat Basketeers Take Double Bill From Thorp Springs Stag! i r" " ' ....... ... . . . . - ... MANY RESERVES PLAY IN GAMES WITH SISTER C0L1EGE BOYS Finding tho badkot many times with shots ranging from cripa to long side shots tho Wildcats easily annexed both games of tho practice scries with VJdof Colley's Thorp Spring Chris- tian Collcgo StagB with impressive margins Friday and Saturday nights. Tho scores for tho two nights were 30 to 27 and 53 to 23 favoring the Wildcats both times. 'Ah impresslvo first period spurt was tho main factor for tho Wildcat win Friday night whilo a continual lino .of successful goals throughout both periods rang up tho record breaking lead of 32 points for tho Cats tho second evening. " Brit Pippen making all of his points in about ten minutes during tho f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 January 1929

J i ... . . .-. HrN 4 TE OTTIKIiT -9 ? . Vr Vit i illi M J f. vf . ! Jtiroolis JD H BOMMiUlggE5aai8HHHHHaWRMUUl)UltlHaa tacgg-r ' ' ' " -'- " ...... -. .. Professor Morris Speaks In Chapel INTERESTING STORIES ARE GIVEN OP TWO FORMER COLLEGE STUDENTS Saturday morning nt tho chapel hour Brother Don H. Morris related as examples for tho students tho lives of two ox-students both of whom are well known by many members of tho present student body. Tho first of theso boys entered A. C. C. in the fall of 1921. Ho created no stir when ho enrolled as ho was Just a red-headed freckle-faced fresh- man with no reputation nnd known to no one. However ho was ablo to adapt himself to his surroundings and ho soon went to work. Ho be- gan -writing for tho college publica- tions studying debating nnd to try out for tho athletic teams. In addi- tion to making good grades in his class work ho was in his senior year a regular on tho football team and was elected editor of both "Tho Opti- mist" nnd "Tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1929

ABILENE TEXA8 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1929. No. 17. FELINE CAGERS TO MEET HILL BILLIES MONDAY NIGHT Vol. 16 ftK K fe. isv- fr IV' sp " ie r in L PHdldy Peaf Starts Aetlw Campangmi T Select College Queem Championship Prospects Brighten As Cinder Men Continue Grind tiny t -p rwr M"a" "" -"-- bb Contrary to my usual custom I wns doing some diurnal snooping down on tho market square tho other after- noon and accidentally ran on to a female biped of tho genus man. Tho contour of her faco told mo that she was from a romoto section of "Boogcr Hole" county where men are men and womon drink clabber milk for their complexion. Apparently sho was In djstress. In ono hand sho carried a red book satchel whilo tho other lunch grab- ber was firmly clamped around tho tmndlo of a two gallon dinner basket. Tho Eentlo breeze from off Lytic Lake was sweeping through her un- kempt tres'ses. Upon her faco there was that old lost expression. Her eyes told mo that sho was ready to cry loud and sparo not. Tho ph...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1929

Xr s- .1 iiiWiii7TiTTrfrTtffriry -.v..w-..MMt-aJ - kfoWM! 'A f. turrirniw"MgTwn''"'xTT7'" " '--"""""""mtibwmbw tiii mini nm ftt - r'BTimwiiirMTM'- "" uvwHR ' . ' lUHi ' " yH OPTIMIST m fc i . L.! Jbk a i- I f " ' " f1 l t ( m ft J75 I if; WpUflpmm. Young Men's Meeting ft. . Published Weekly by tho Students of Abileno Christian College. February 11 1029 ML ' : ' Subject: "Temptations." Sl-V Optimist Off ice Green Building Reading: James 1:12-16. fS w Subscription Per Year f 1.60 & 1. "What is Temptation?" Matt. 4:1-11. JJV Address all Correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payablo to 2. "The Purposo of Temptation." James 1:2-12. SM . THE OPTIMIST. ABILENE. TEXAS. A. "Who tomtits Us?" 1 Thoas. RtBi 1 Pntor R:Rt .Inme 1-1A. S JHftfv i --- - c - - ----- - f ..- ..... Mil 1 Peter 2:21. vK j Edltor-in-Chlof aKo v LESLIE HUFF ffl Business Manager Si1 LELIA PAOF! A-.l-tnnf VMtnr MAX LEACH Sports Editor 1 LEON CARTER 4l ilCDRYANT Religious Editor 4ft Spcflkor Harbort Hooker W M. Nunley...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1929

0TW. NpPiff)iiiii iillt '- . y . . .? KJui:Ai&&..-.. ' 'y:........ .jlam. f kS. Hi ' -:-:" ;v L . " J"" x ... TBI OFTIMIBT Championship Hopes Are Shattered By Double Loss To Denton 1 mnmwiMiM m VISITORS TAKE BIG END OF SCORE IN BOTH GAMES HERE What chances th0 Abllono Christian 'Wildcats hacKof winning' tho T. I. A. A. In basketball vfcro jarred Into Bmlthereons by the onslaught of tho North Texas Eagles hero Monday and Tuesday nights. Tho Eagles scooped up tho gnmo Monday 20 to 10 and swept tho Wildcats off their feet the second evening by taking n topheavy 45 to 16 victory. BASKET BAWHN'S- AND TRACK TRICKLIN'S Ono thing can certainly bo said for tho Wildcats and that Is they fought from tho initial center toss-up until tho final pistol shot in both games thereby preventing Denton from re- sorting to their usuaf plan of stalling tho ball after taking a good lead. But tho Cats wcro ablo to got free from tho Denton guards for only a fow crip trials at tho basket and al- thoug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1929

!5wpWf I HJWJ" J M mktA WIIMIWI II in IIHMIIII II JBioolts JDru THI 0PTIKI8T Goods (So College Calendar JViday Fobruary 8-9 10:00 A. M. Chapol service Eino arts morning. 7:30 P. M. Basketball game between A. 0. 0. and 0. 0. 0. Saturday February 9 10:00 A. M. Chapol service Address by faculty member. Sunday February 10 9 :45 A. M. Sunday school for all classes. 10:45 A. M. Address by E. W. MoMillon minister. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Suppor. 7:15 P. M. Sermon by E. W. McMillan. 8:15 P. M. Lord'B Suppor. Monday February 11 6 :30 P. M. Young Men's Meetings. 7:30 P. M. Basketball game between A. 0. 0. and Daniel Baker at Brownwood. Tuesday February 12 10:00 A. M. Chapel services Address by faculty member. 4 :30 P. M. Choral club meets in Daisy Hall parlor. 7 :00 P. M. Glee club practice. 7:30 P. M. Basketball between A. C. 0. and Daniel Baker Brownwood. Wednesday Fobruary 13-- 10:00 A. M. Chapol services Song morning. 8:30 P. M. Make-up class meets in Daisy Hall basement. 6 :15 P. M. Mission s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1929

mm BEATISUL ROSS 4 if - M .. Tw iiiniiyi "TP Vol.18 ABILENE TEXA8 THURSDAY FEBRUARY 14 1029. No. 18. 1 I ' ' 1 I 7-T SUL ROSS LOBOES WILL INVADE WILDCAT LAIR FRIDAY wmrxrwFmmmmmMmmmFV9mm w i ii ip 1 1 1 i M i ii)ii iHiii n - im ; -4 BACK THE SCATS ! - -1 c W w Bramatk CMfo T Preesmt FannKsro FmrAt Brama Feforawy 22 Wildcat Cagers Drop Close Series To Daniel Baker Hill Billies CATS EXHIBIT REAL ABILITY MACMILLER AND CHAMBERS ARE MAIN STAYS FOR BAKER QUIN.TET Games Thrill Fans COONS IS HIGH POINT MAN FOR WILDCATS DURING TWO- GAME SERIES Yo fair editor known by all men na Mr. Bryan (answers to tho name Emmott under certain conditions and temperatures) wisheB to make a statement to the press with reference to tho cause of his unsteady walk. Tho Owl has graciously agreed to grant such space in this column as is necessary for this statement. Tho Bta'tcmcnt follows: - "Whllo scampering across the ver- anda of my domicile my lower ped- estals camo into contact with a few molecules of coagul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1929

t .f V MRS.SEWELLRELATES ltlM Young Men's Meeting STORY OF AD BUILDING IWSKy v": : "'i"Jr-i. - . -tbi ofiPiaciiT i.----- ... A n - Published Weekly by the Students of Abllone'christian College. Optlmlit Office Green Building i Subscription Por Year $1.50 "Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Intcr-Collegicto Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUFF Buslnoss Manager LELIA PAGE MAX LEACH LEON GARTER CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE Assistant Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager Reporters: Lota Wolford Cordelia Pago Willis Greon Ellis Williams Har- rcll Ward Archio L. Gee James Chambers. DO YOU EVER THINK? A famous lecturer and well known educator of Amorica who recently spoko in Abilene said that in his classes if ho induced two per cent of the students who worked under him to think really and whole-heartedly ho considered that ho had done extremely well. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1929

rV . . S" tt&- 5 m n. KT ml 4 - SL is Flr K1' 3k--. WEBLi Mi 1E& Wildcats Split Mustang Quintet Plays Fast. Game FRENCII AND (?OONS WIN HIGH POINT HONORS IN CLOSE BASKET CONTEBTS. That third .gf tho Oklahoma Chris- tian college boys who are mombors of the collego's traveling basketball squad furnished Abilene Christian College fans with the two most thrill- ing games of the season in their two- gamo series with tho Wildcats hero Friday and Saturday nights. Tho Mustangs camo from behind both evenings to pass tho Cats in tho clos- ing minutes of tho games. Friday night tho Cats wore unablo to over- come tho Into Sooner rally and suf- fered a 31 to 27 defeat but tho sec- ond evening tho Wildcats crowded tho Mustangs the last minute to win 20 to 24. French Mustang forward was high point man for tho first gamo with fifteen points. Wash Coons took tho samo honor tho following gamo with twelve points. First Game. Tho Wildcats got away to a 19 to 13 lead in tho first half but tho Mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1929

KK77T miii -- ip i II 'n-ai mi. h i - . infMrndbaiMfi- limn i -- ' - - .. - -. - . 2 ' nirrn-An1r"ifcArr nTr WaHfXvMHlF JiJhjPfFMt JiMliMWTMtl'VC!W ii jFjii 'ii- -fM fES f . TmV fcfi 4 "flPHU 'O-PTZKZST f i. i i. : ' J . 1' i. & 1- .v it.'? 1 "SfilPfi i??- 1 - i' " -'" 7ir 7i7r7rnT it I. in... Workmen Are Busy Laying JMains to New'ampus The above mnchlne is being used to Jay utility mains to the new home of Abilene 'Christian College. All public utility lines have been extended to the campus. TI op hone connections are now being made. College Calendar Friday February 15 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fine Arts morning. G :00 P.M. Evangelistic Forum meets. 7:00 P. M. Basketball game between A. C. C. and Sul Ross Saturday February 16 10:00 A. M Chapel Services Address by faculty member. 7 :00 P. M. Basketball A. C. C. vs. Sul Ross. Sunday February 17 9:45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. 10:45 A. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 7 :15 P. M. Sermon by E. "W....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1929

V I. V. r . U J J.. 1 . 1 ! vjmja.' ;.?.... 'J 13 W - - - n mnptAY !MPm:ra WiVlV JT i -' ssss i ii i v sum '- i j . ssm mmssmi Tiwm mhhi . jb. bssh -. . .bmv i i Mirf vmirami LECItlREWEEK V YL1S ABILBNK TKXAB ynURSDAYw.FEBkUARX; 21 19W. Ne.19.". t-'AW PROGRAM TO BEGIN SUNDAY .A i T i s 'I. rt TWELFTH ANNUAL LECTURE ' -; 7 '"i .'' .. A f f.V fc.' m in '.$' I U-' ' 4 ft ft Sfc :- .. MV Felines Leave Thursday For fi': ii .an - "And'Nwhat color ts your shirt?' Veg I see that it hai a hue of 'Per- sian purplo. Here's another that haa tho appearance of Polish pink .and . .PKHu.u - ..u v.- - - there's ono that has a ilneo of Baltic f brown. Say. these are new colors. Suppose wo call them collegium." $50000 In Prizes. ' A grand prize of 40000 is offered by the Owl to tho individual discov- ering the atomic weight flash point viscosity and constituents" neccosary for tho manufacture of collegium. 5 'Mail nil discoveries to tho Optimist '.f in care of tho Owl. Two $5000 prizes . will bo annou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1929

wmmMsmmw&v 7: 14 '-. ". . ' 'AvJ" "vtm felMWffiW ";' fF '' '-''. V ):7 ' r TTJwvVS'.j''n"TM- '. ': nt . 1. -Ji it-Zi- j-3 .? 7 .4. TMM UTTIJIiBT m v n i in " n imi i' ft -tmi W '' Jj&JfiwMi ft TW1Bd Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office. Green Building iMl)iaiitJ?eeJypr.. $1X0 lAdtkeea all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to ty THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. ; jjf Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. . PAUL.SOUTHERN i ' TV Edltor-in-Chlef " XmX L H LESLIE HUF&r '' J' ": y7". - ; .BuslneasManager '" 't ' . w ..' ''i 1 ' LELIAPAGE 5MAX LEACH ILEON CARTER fCCARBNCE BRYANT 8ROYSTONE Assistant Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor : Rollglous Editor1 1 Assistant Manager Reporters: Lota Wolford Cordelia Pago Willis Green Ellis Williams Har- .' 'reP-'Wrd A.chlo L. Goo Jamos Chambers. TEE SECRET OF HAPPINESS. ww Hnppincss is what every individual is seeking. This quest fills thc.(ihcatcr3; it crowds the resort pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1929

t !ti wrrixii tji ' waa cats Crash Into Percent olmii By Ttiitcing Sill Ross 0&tp Hit Winning Streak Jn Series S-' CISCO FRESHMEN WIN HIGH POINT HONORS DURING TWOiGAME SERIES - The Abilene Christian college Flght- Infir' Wildcats came crashing into the TsaaJftIirteollegiato Athletic Asso- ciation percentage column with a couple of' hard fought- victories wrenched from the rearward Sul Rom Loboes Friikynnd Saturday nights As aregultvf the twin vic- tories Hho Wlldcat-iconfcrence record is now .333 percent with iprospects of'at least a half-way Btandlrig tat tho end of ie season tyhllo Sul .Ross has a very tight grip tin the collar -posl' tlon. The Cats easily captured tho gahio Saturday 'evening1 'by n overwhelm- ing 40 to 23 victory. But thoy had to -put up a much harder fight the night beforo to cop the 83 to 28 -win. The Cisco freshmen camo to the front In the matter of ringing -goals again. Leroy Purvis led the f iold tho first evening with the sum total of 14.' points. Fourt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1929

n t ;' -w w4 "V jw;f jaSlriUMHi ii n ii i "' nilhiim .mi'ii 'mini ii nfim 'r'u I 'ii n 11 mi mi umtikmmimmmiiMmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmlm -. r w . . n . . . ' . ---7- - - 1 1 iiifcuii inii iiiiiiui .Hi' . niiv. College Calendar ilif 10:00X M. Chapbl service Fine arts morning!" C ' '6:30 1. M. Evangelistic1 Forum meota. V " ;' ' 7:30 P Ttf. Basketball Wildcats vs. San Marcos ther6. ?. . 8:00 P. M Dramatic club presents play. Saturday February 23 . ' . ' 1 10:00 A. P. Chapel service Address by fnculty' member . :eu r. iu. .LsnsKGtuau a. j. u. vs. nan juarcos.tnero. '' Sundav. February 24 N$7 9:45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. '' 10:45 A. M. Address by E "W.MoMJUan. 11:45 A.M. Lord's Suppor vf 7:30 P M. Address by J. H. Childross r 'Monday February 25 ' 7:30 P. M. Biblo lecturo by H. L. Calhoun.'' -1: Tuosday Fobruary 26 ' ' 11 ;uu a. m. ticoturo oy u. Ji. ruuias. 3 :80 P. M Leoturo by J. P. Sotaoll. . . ' 7:30 P. M. Lecturo by H. I. Calhoun-' Wednesday Fobruary 27 -.. 11 :00 A. M. Add...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1929

rvfytWi ? ps" Si-'iy-"- -fy .- SUPPORT THE MEETING AHEND EVERY LECTURE Vol It ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28 1929. LECTURE PROGRAM CONTINUES WITH UNUSUAL INTEREST Wildcat - Buffalo Games Will Close Cage Season Here Next Week BF 4 '". if $ v V It Is a prevalent practice among the feminine members of our race to attempt to beautify thctr hands as well as their faces. Soaps creams lotions and balms aro used In an ef- fort to accomplish this end. Dr. "Sot" Yater America's most famous' beauty specialist after years of chemical research has discovered a new way to bleach hands. Though tho method is used entirely upon scientific principles It Is quite ex- quisite In that It conserves time en- ergy and money. The Owl with a complete realiza- tion of the problem of time (not money) which confronts every college co-ed persuaded Dr. Yater to give his formula to the press. The feminine sex is greatly Indebted to him for his willingness to grant this request. The formula follows. What to do ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1929

f.1 IS. TBS 0PTXXI6T l"'1 tiimik Published Weekly by the Student of Abllena Christian College. Optlmltt Office Green Building Subscription Per Year - - $1.60 Address all Correspondence mid make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-In-Chlof LESLIE HUFF Business Manager LEUA PAGE MAX LEACH LEON CARTER CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE Assistant Editor Sports Editor . Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager Reporters: Lota Wolford Cordelia Page Willis Green Ellis Williams Kar- tell Ward Archie L. Gee James Chambers. TO OUR VISITORS. To fathers and mothers brothers sisters friends yea to lecture visitors all A. 0. C's student body extends a glad warm welcome. "Wo aro glad you came and aro pleased to have had you visit us. "Wo hope that wo together with tho faculty trustees and others havo helped to make your visit a pleasant profitable one. Wo are consciously aware of tho fact that ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1929

""-';' 'U'V$J THB OPTIMIST 4 0- ' - Wildcats Divide Game With Southwest Texas and Sam Houston PERSONAL FOULS FEATURE EVERY GAME PLAYED ON ROAD TRIP Copping tho taat game of each of tho two-gamo scries and dropping the first one at each place Abilene Chris- tian college played time about with Southwest Texas and Sam Houston to break even on their road trip so far. The Wildcats followed up a SO to 26 defeat Friday night at the hands of tho San Marcos Uobcats with a 30 to 22 victory over the Southwest Toxas crew Saturday evening Tho Sam Houston games Monday and Tuesday nights went tho samo way with tho Bearcats registering a 36 to 30 victory tho first night and the Cats trlumphanting 31 to 27 tho fol- lowing evening. Last night and tonight the Wild- cats play tho Stephen P. Austin five and tho rate tho Cats are going they WILDCATS DROP FIRST GAME TO LUMBERJACKS Abilene Christian college Wildcats opened their scries at Nacogdoches Wednesday night with a 41 to 22 loss to Stephen F. Austi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1929

4 THH OPTIMIBT coohs IDcm (foods Co uJLkl&9fl3HuHmft3HlKJKlKB9 College Calendar Friday March 1 11:00 A. M. Looturo by 0. M. Pulllas. G:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum ineotB. 7:30 P. M. Locturo by II. L. Calhoun. Saturday March 2 10.00 A. M. Chopcl sorvico Address by faculty rncmbor. Sunday March 3 9 :45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. 10:45 A. M. Address by E. "Y. MoMillan. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 7 :30 P. M. Sermon by E W. McMillan. Monday March 4 7:00 P. M. Young men's mooting. Tuesday March C 10:00 A. M. Chapel service Address by Don Morris. 3 :30 P. M. Choral club mcots! 7:30 P. M. Glco club practice Wednesday March 6 . 10 .00 A. M. Chapel service! Song morning. 3 :30 P. M. Make-Up class meets. 7:15 P. M. Prayer meeting. Thursday March 7 10.00 A. M. Chapol service Address by Prof. Showalter. 6 :15 P. M. Business meeting of dramatic club. GUGGENHEIM OFFERS AERO SCHOLARSHIPS (Special to Optimist) COLORADO SPRINGS Colo. Tho first aeronautical scholarship ever offered by an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 March 1929

HfflffirWMMMinrMiirriiriTiiiiiMn iM "fc 11 Y $j l fit YtA.lt ABILKNE TEXAS THURGDAY MARCH 7 1929. frf i " - vnBBXaMHKaHHMH No. 21. & w '?' ' V zm:- MgL The Owl column is printed becauso of tho newa valuo it contains. Opin- ions expressed herein are those of tho Owl. They should not bo interpreted as reflecting on tho editorial policy of this paper Editors Note. Ladles and gentlemen: This is sta- tion OWL broadcasting tho regular weekly campus gossip. Indications aro that scandal is going tobo plenti- ful this week. Take off your hats and stoop. Here I come. This program today is sponsored by tho Amalgamated Autointoxication Aurora Borealis Automaton Aurifer- ous Apoplectic Orgatone Association. Mr. John B. Orgatono is at tho micro- phono speaking to you in his own words in person without tho help aid succor assistance support or co- operation of anyone white or black male or female - m Now folks step right up closely and J'41 explain to you what this wonderful remedy is. Orgaton...

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