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

W24V 5' S 4 . . t i .! I wrmw7 i rftt t.) F It&lYO'PTIlCXK -v- TTiFTv rr . -i - f 'S StfV ... K''1! V acfefteirf ." '.'iJIR.X.''"- ' t k'lttrJaEr Published Weekly by tho Students of Ablleno Christian College. JH lit"- ' Optimist Office Green Building Subscription For Year . - $1X0 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS v Member of Texas Inter-Collcglnto Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUFF Business Manager LELIA 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 Har- rcll Ward Archio L. Gee James Chambers. SCIENCE OR PIFFLE? In tho Fobrunry issue of The Now Student there is an articlo entitled "Science and Her Spokesmen" written by one T. Swann Harding. A subtitle flatteringly implies "a chemist looks at tho Barnes-Osborn controversy." Although Mr. ...

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

? A "-Wn :& V'!R:ri11" EyT.t.' ' w.- l4fc fi re J' if.. w Bfij Up i r iT1.! Y'CffTXMXSt ritanH Wildcats Drop Series to Buffaloes and Close in Seventh Place WAR'CLOUDS SETTLE OYER CAGE. BATTLEFIELDS TUESDAY NIGHT .The war clouds have settled oyer the T. I. A. A. battlefields another .time. The last guns were' fired' Mon- dnjc nnd Tuesday nights in the battle scarred4 aveaa. of the A. C. C. Wild- cats and the warrlors-from Canyon Texas emerged victorr'bottu evenings only afterUwo o.tlio moat strenuous combats of the season with the Wild- cats; IrrbUekifcndi white thef scores were 4l to 30 nnd'-aa to.lDt respectively for the two nights" but to all; observ- ers the Cats put up-a much- closer "fight. ': Entering tho games with a grim determination to conquer that team that has been defeated only once in tho last four years by Morris coached teams the-Wildcats put all they had into tho games whllo tho Canyon Buffaloes attained victory only by outclassing the Cats in getting the . ball...

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

; v vi- 'H r-: 'slf 'Jr TM dPTlXXfeT -i Ymmm . . .. . t l'Ts 4 J' .if A . . IliteBMa-TK' . if'' BHHMBaHNWfEHHWBMIIIIMMWMIIMMS tooRS JDcu oods dfo ftv College Calendar ir.. .. . .X'Tiaay junrcu a 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Pino arts morning. 16 :30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. Saturday March 9 10 :00 A. M. Chapol Service Address by Professor Yowell. Sunday March 10 13 1 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. 7:30 P. M. Sermon by minister. 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper. " Monday March 11 7:00 P. M. Young Men's meeting. Tuesday March 12 10: A. M. Chapol Service Address by Professor Bell. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. 7:30 P. M. Gleo Club practice. Wednesday March 13 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song morning. 3 :30 P. M. Make-Up Class meets. 7 :15 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday March 14 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Professor Morlan. 6 -.45 P. M. Dramatic Club play. PRACTICE DEBATE TO BE HELD BY PREACHER BOYS Th...

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

w - . .... hi.. - j lEXAMlMTfONS; 4 Hf M- X' ol. 1 ADILENE TEXAS. THURSDAY MARCH 14 1929. TRACK TEAM WILL LEAVE FOR FORT WORTH MEET FRIDAY No. 22. " Op : a ivk-" w. Ih 'ill" rvy Plans Are Complete For Annual Junior - Senior Banquet At last the big day has come. To- night the juniors and seniors will put on their glad rags turn their cuffs insido out and hie to yon Hilton hotel for a Bwellfeed. What promises to bo a rare bunch of groceries is in storo for them down there. at the banquet room. Indica- tions aro that the wholo crowd will laugh themselves to death too? You see these studes aro not used to eating such fino grub as will bo served tonight. When those new- fangled beans and stuffed onions start sliding down their throats a . tickling sensation will be started that will be hard to stop. Tho Owl understands that it took a pretty fair group of money to f inanco this banquet. Some of tho junior boys have been selling butter and eggs for thrco months in order to get enough money...

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

i- iU v ' . . I v . . . - - ....... i n i ' i illiiim ii .. . . 5 i I fa fSSStV ' th oFTwiig . . . i ; : ; II r ' 1 mm 2 . . . W 2 5.fl noisfiM's ii I nJ!iZvfafrr MtOFB i mm 6 6 v'?E V V ?' HE UN 1 : . . & I CATERING TO COLLEGB STUDENTS :Jf; I Who appreciate dependable merchandise at prices that cannot - j be matched . I Acorn Stores Inc. iL .---i J fr HmpMiMttMnBflmmnMmUHMiraffl w a THM OPTISCIBT ULlfcfi $k Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building 'Subscription Per Year $1.60 Address all Correspondence! and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. "f PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUPP Business Manager LELIA 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 Har- rell Ward Archie L. Goe James ...

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

1 'jC V ff " Wisi -. R SV- i. &.- -r'-V iit . P?S Wj fe- lJ tuft-. I tr T&i f . &. - j . EV' .i.1 y.'. jjafctft TRACK TRICKLIN'S AND v TENNIS TATEIN'S Comes day After tomorrow and the Fat StoclShow at Port Worth; more Important than cither of these two coming events is tho Southwestern ' exposition track and Hold meet held at tho aforementioned ttmo and place and Abilene Christian collego is en- tering a team of approximately ton men that promises to' do some high pointing. ' We havo only one criterion by which to judge and that is their records turned in in practice If they will equal their practico records they will have no difficulty in amassing enough points to placo well in tho front . ranks. m And thero will bo competition which is stiffer than stlffcst F'r instanco: Texas U. Texas A. & M. Oklahoma A. & M. S. M. U. Baylor Howard Payne T. C. U." Texas Tech and a host of others. J'hon folks did you know that a week from tomorrow wo have a tri- angular meet wi...

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

tii tssssisT.ve. !KSC rapm"r T?wr r- Srft4 TH1 OPTIMIST vjl Eh - K i 5 4 . M. I 3 I ' 1 1 I i I 1 -J 1 - i i II I 1 I 1 K 1 T E i I I H I T 3 B 5 ' II "' IN L HH I ?sl iMMM3KKllffi College Friday March 15 v 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fino Arts morning.. i 6:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. Saturday March 16 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Professor Schug. Sunday March 17 9:45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. 10:45 A. M. Sermon by E. W. McMillan. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 7:30 P. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. 8:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. Monday March 18 7:00 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Tuesday March 19 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Professor Witt. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. 7:30 P. M. Glco Club practice. Wednesday March 20 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song morning. 3:30 P. M. Make-Up class meets. 7:15 P. M Prayer Meeting. Thursday March 21 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by President Baxter. Seniors Begin Social Calendar With Outing Last Saturday night the mem...

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

PTOWB!!!Ptpp!!pi9FW ' TW TO "V VoL 16 ADILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 21 1029. No. 23. FORENSIC TEAM TO LEAVE SATURDAY ON DEBATING TOUR ' . l4" "' ''' rVtVv TRACK MEETS - il ;: - . i' 9 J;" ' TENNIS MATCHES i traXi tt K" i W Y tt tew- 4 I ; -H I ? WMat Teramle Mim Defeat McMuaiTy T am bn Fast Gamme Tiuiesdlffly Seventy-Six Guests Attend Junior-Senior Banquet Thursday Night STUDENTS HAVE BIG TIME AT FEAST Abtlcno Christian Collego colors of purplo and white were combined with black and gold colors of the junior clnss to form an effective setting for the annual junior-senior banquet of tho school celebrated last Thurs- day evening in tho crystal room at the Hilton hotel with seventy-six guests in attendance. Clusters of purplo hyacinths alter- nating with pots of hydrangeas and other purplo and gold blooms wore central decorations for tho long ban- quet tables which were arranged in tho from of C. S. The four favored colors wero artistically combined in tho table decorations nut cups and...

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

- . .-.f o o " - - .... .-. . V . flHHHHHHHHHHHRHMfl9 r tuaaMiiiMft - ' i :hi Hiun .m.i..jh. y a m u uijuuiui a i u uiiulilj ummu u aw aH .t;t Kwsfef.' 1 it tiEifiifmittit v- M7r. m :. ...:.:. .V i ;H?f 1 V ABBREVIATED CLOTHES SEEN i - lvnr - - . - - .w . i - . "s C.Wv Published Weoklv hv the Student nf Abilene fthr.nt.nn ftnlleiro. R - - . ; Sjoct: "Attitudes Townrd Christianity." " ihlil OrKINU lb UN Wittb I'lJbvi; iinriMin .awaitm i;iui mi iriia ra - i ii flHKk .Subscription Per Year '. $1.50 SJBBfev Address all Correspondence utid mako all Money Orders Payablo to 'Htf' '" THE 0PTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. y: Members of Texas Inter-Collcgiato Press Association. oJH PAUL SOUTHERN 2 &S Editor-in-Chief Saa t not va TiTtno VaB . . . . 3. ' Thn man whn hnn n fnrrvi nf n.ntn.. it 1 I ? Business Manager T. . . .... """" -.. childhood frequently nresents Itself Is Q itfj - 1. fTL. it j. i i . ' ' - I I nhmvn hv mnnu nftirlnrtfa tVila atirltiw I Ml I f M Km i.ri.ia PAfirc AanUtnnt Editor o ...

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

w m '& TBI OPTIMIST Wildcats and Oklahoma Aggies Tie For First Place At Exposition THREE FIRST PLACES AND 37 POINTS ARE MADE BY CHRISTIANS t- I" Three first places ono of which was a now record six seconds and two thirds totaling an aggregate of "thirty-seven points placed tho Abl- lono Chlrstlan Collcgo track Wild- cats in a tlo for first placo with tho Oklahoma A & M. Aggies at tho Fort Worth Fat Stock Show meet Satur- day afternoon. Jot Hodges finished first in tho 220 yard dash closely crowded by Leland of T. C. U. to set a now Stock Show record of 22.0 sec onds. ' Roy Stevens broad jumping 23 fcot 1-2 inch and Allen Adams hurling tho shot 42 feet 4 inches won tho other two first places. dull Tnkn 17nrlv I.inH t ... i thero was an invitation meet at Tho Wildcats took an early ead In Worth( and th8 A & M Bchool mo meet anu wcro leaning ukiuiiuiiiu TRACK TRICKUN'S AND TENNIS TATTLIN'S As tho legend goes up around Stillwater Oklahoma there's a big Institution called Okl...

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

csas Hafemav'.sEjrs 7 -."y.1 i v:rj ' TfAiiBTiiafflwiiff" TUB OPTIMIST . - ' ' - i" i-TH'TBmc r i mk: r- I w w i if I Jtodors JDr ItlWX v W J fR$V I dfeijiflfflBIk!.i5Ez29KIi vy. - : $ fw I VE CIVS -Jlv CfiEJUl L8TMW spl-. innnnnnnraiiiiMiMiiMaiiiMriBBUHiB Abilene Christian Here is the latest picture of the L'. ii . jL?dBft f-J.'-"r iC""v- t 3H-" . "V fWSBSf tng is almost completed. Other buildings under construction are two dormitories an education building and a dining hall. Officials arc planning College Friday March 22 10:00 A- M. Chapel Service Fine Arts morning. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. Saturday March '23 .. .8:00 A. M. Spring term begins. 10:00 A M. Chapel Service Addict Ly faculty member. Sunday March 24 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. 7:30 P. M. Sermon by E. W. McMillan. 8:45 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday March 25 7:00 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Tuesday March 26 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service ...

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

B mm&.zj v Ki -i BOOST TRACK" ; Kv; Vol. 16 ' NEW TERM OPENS SATURDAY WITH RECORD ATTENDANCE -': - l t " - :--".:- .-- ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 28 1929. No. 24; s M IM- . J L .. fSt Tfft 1 K tr- - V v it H- 1k IX. i.. IV- t'A . PH-- .tvj . 5 K Pr j- 5" Li'- m- tT . " " i fiite Cinder Men Depart Thursday For CINDER STARS TO MEET STRONG TEAMS They're off again: Thp Abilene Christian College track men. This time they go to the Texas and S. M. U. Relay carnivals at Austin and Dallas Friday and Saturday. Coach Weems took only five of his track- men Stevens Hodges Wood Vaughn and Captain Vickcry to these meets to contest only in the medley mile re- lay and the broad jump at Austin and the same events with tho addi- tion of the 3000 meter run at Dallas. Wee in a has sclcetcd Stevens Hod- ges Wood and Vaughn four cinder- men known for their speed as the "Wildcat tenm for tho medley mile re- lay at the Texas and S. M. U. carni- vals. Roy Stevens will carry tho baton over tho first 44...

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

?-L; .': i iimnnikMtiniliTi. sm BlfSIf THM OPTIMIST ' ' m - " v . V( IMbES " . I Zct .' ........ j zrz i ' -SwJ Biw1 jtmmlj- .' Jf. y jr. ' "i ' ' '- '" 'm. ' " -I ' iitwecurlng -an- internationally known "nmBr fc- piflVfiVTO W 4l WtVWttVVttViWVs I.' i '-t - - m Ar m m 'am " " ! JwJIILXfiUJIlIJWJMI &WW " hfattima oiythtfvltalubiect ofWln- X-SlL-JJJL i 1 'Mi & i z-MiWm-'-twX ning ways." atadamo-i. Paget will -X o 'Bd-iKi r t-- ' fy J Published Weekly by the Studenta of Abilene Christian Collcgo. liM-SjjgJM 11 Ir ' Optimist Office Green Building Cv? W Subscription Per Year $1.60 "CT' ! t$sm M- Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to xg 1-TCLJT llV " THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Wt3Bmf!WfF3 " Isfciv Members of Texas Inter-Collcglato Press Association. nHJstWjTnlkiw '" 'vwk ' ' i"wllYIKp4Tll I ? W&. .paul southern 1713uI7IrVTJm S ? Edltor-fai-Chlef i I iketS ' ' : '! .4 lK'-n T.WHT.Ttn -TtTIPT? . viasi ran : i - ' j VBMii f '.ih A ' 1 Iktaiaiia. WAMMaH...

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

:xw 'T-II-i OPTIMIST Y'V 'MMMt W: fc K$r- WildcatsTin Tirsf Place In Triangular IMwA&t tParramone Jield EIGHTY-FIVE POINTS ARE MADE BY HUCKSTERS AT ANNUAL MEET ; Ton first 'places -one 'tlo 'for a .first place nix new '-city "records 85 7-30 points and 'the 'Abilcno Christian Collego '"Wildcat track' team speeded Into victory ovcr'SImmons' CO 1-15 points and McMurry's 17 7ilb' I i J il li . m I i t 'i -:1uiihb in mo city xnanguiar moci ai Pnrrnmoro field-.Thursday afternoon. The Wccmsmcmifinished .first iln all tho racing cvcnti.-mth thaiexcep- tion of tho chlgh hurdles-whllo nthol shot put" the broad jump "a tlo for first in-tho polo vault .nnd places in nil tho other evonts -went to tho Ovl TRACK TRICKLIN'S ' AND " TENNIS TATTUN'S t"- Another "hunk' of) bacon (the meet in question) waff hold last Thursday atuParramoroflcltD has been cured and' salted uwnyJ'And plenty of smoke wa8"-Kierated "iri'Hho process il"iti hero .to say. Tho .only .xaco-that the Wildcats failed to tally ...

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

T W TBI OPTIMIST T ill v- i"?v. U" 1 iJ 1 College Calendar Friday March 29 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fine Arts morning. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meet. Saturday March 30 Holiday No classes will meet. Sunday March 31 9:45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. ' 10:45 A. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. Z 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 0:00 P. M. Sermon by minister. 9:30 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday April 1 r-S7 G.IVVvAt M Annllnl nninn.pnnllltv lincnl.nll nnmg -t w wv & A..1.UA wviiiwir. UVUI.J MtWWUU fjuanwi Tuesdaypxliaj- 10:00"Arll.Cnapol Service Address by faculty member. aiBQXAirUioral Uub practice. 7730 P. M. Glco Club practice. Wednesday April 3 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song morning. 3:30 P. M. Make-Up class meets. 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday April 4 10:00 A. M. Chapel Services Address by faculty member. 7:00 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting. avi Moonlight Picnic is Enjoyed by Lucky 13 Mombcrs of the Lucky 13 Club and their guests enjoyed a moonlight picnic Saturday eveni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 April 1929

V .. ' '' . '. 'r . 1 I ACADEMY EDITION" .. .jf;-? ijt WMllttlOll T V ACADEMY EDITION ' vi:is WILDCATS SCORE THRILLING VICTORY AT RELAY MEET S " ABILENE TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 4 1929. 0t 25. fjffi '111 f fali .1 M- P I K h Wildcat Track Stars Will Leave Friday CATS ARE PICKED TO WIN MEET .SATURDAY Conch J. Eddie Wcoms and his trackstcrs loavo tomorrow at noon for Fort Worth vrhcro they arc to moot th"o track team of"T. 0. U. In a dual meet Saturday. I iffi Mai. Of special interest to sporting I M; fnna tnr0UBn0Ut the Southwest will ' be the one hundred yard dash and tho two hundred and twenty. In theso two races Hodges and Leland two of the fastest men in the south- west are to be brought together. At the Fat Stock Show meet on Saturday March 10 Leland was win ner in the 100 by a very scant margin Hodges second and Hodges turned tho tables in tho 220 with Leland a thumb-nail's breadth behind. Weoms. will take a number of men to compete: In the distance events he will probably have Gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 April 1929

ArJmu 'y-- lIHBE K.asmmml IPPJfrrpi' iTF'PTifn' 'tJwv.1'. . . B OFTIMIBT .life1'' -. H i it Jif row Vje$ji(ais6 Publlshod Weekly by the Students of Abileno Christian College. ;'. Subscription Per Year Optimist Office Green Building $1.60 Address all Correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST; ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Tcaas Intcr-Colloglato Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUPP Business Manager LELIA PAGE MAX LEACH LEON CARTER CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE Assistant Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager ACADEMY EDITION LUCILLE MILIIOLLAND Editor HERSCHEL NORTH Assistant Editor ROY IIUFSTEDLER Religious Editor P. K. GOREE Sport Editor Reporters! Oza Gunn Flossio Hnrwcll Evelyn Wood-Winnie' Mno Allen W. r. Jones and na Memccke. -- - i... i . .- -r -- -..--. - rim. - i - ... .1. i . ... ri1 -. i - --i - ..!- ! rr--t -g-g THE ACADEMY AS IT' IS TODAY I a. ! "The Academy" What does that mean to you? To us i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 April 1929

wv He' TH OIMIIIT '' . r '? lJfl!r r a- li fcV ; . "' Lr iSS' If- ''SEfer"'--' JtiPv Up &r a JatFtrs TRACTTRICKON AND TENNIS TATIUH Quito an honor- Yea YbU feakV-hatV Why "ffhatottr;re Iaj-team did last Friday and' Satur- days Haven't you heard 7 Well well. You see It's justrlike thiff1. Coach Wtejutttft "ono relay team to the TexasUnlveCTtty and Southern Methodist University 'rs lays and they competed in only one ovent. That event was thb College medley mile- in which not -less than 12 :teama from various parts of the nation engaged. Friday at Austin if J don'tr.have my wires crossed thoro woro throe hoatsf run. Now to digress a illttlo -hcco:.for tho benefit of the unlnltiat- cdt . The first thing in the medley .ratio Is tho 440. Next comoitwo.220's ycctogether and tho last and fourth lap. is the 880. i And of course the Abilene Christ- ian Colleger) team) composedu of Steven Hodges Wood and Vaughn drowia slow heat; and led tho field at the finish 'byfortyyardsl .Butothe: tima...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 April 1929

- v . L - v ... cf ' t. . iiiriiiiwwwwwwwwftwwwftwwlwffl i iV College Calendar 'l Friday April 10 &v 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fine Arts morning. l... .. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. ;V'-.Saturday.April 6 ! '" 10:00 A. M. Giapel Service Address by Professor Weems. ?' ' 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. ' ! 2:30 P. M. Dual track meets between A. C. C. and.T. C. U. at $'; Fort Worth. Sunday April 7 .'V 9:45 A. M. Sunday School all classes. 10:45 A. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. T 11:45 A. M. The Lord's Supper. 8:00 P. M. Service by E. W. McMillan. 9:30 P. M. Tho Lord's Supper for all those wlw wero unablo to attend church Sunday morning. Monday April 8 ' 7:30 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. . Tuesday April 9 10:00 A. M. Chapol Service Address by Brother Adams. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. 7:30 P. M. Glco Club practice. Wednesday April 10 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song morning. 3:30 P. M. Make-Up class meets. I 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday April 11 10:00 A. M. Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 April 1929

FRESHMAN EDITION p - t ;4 & AND HOW.FRESHMEN!-- 4 y 1 - - v I j ;fi 11 SPRING IS CAME : -V. ffir fWft i i i i ' i i i i i i -W No. 26. 'Y Vol. 18 ADILENE TEXAS .THURSDAY APRIL 11 1929. LARGE AUDIENCES ATTEND REVIVAL AT COLLEGE CHURCH - 5 K ft f m '- IMBK. . Extensive Spring This column Is usually given to spaco for "Hoots of tho Owls" Isn't It? Well this Is still tho Owl" speak- ing: This is just a special writing for tho freshmen. "A wlso old owl sat on an oak The moro ho saw tho lcssho spoko Tho less ho spoko tho moro ho heard; Why can't we bo like that old wlso bird?" -Yea Freshmen! Well well It's tho sophomores again. I .told you they arc dumber than freshmen. Just listen to this On a recent visit to I1I3 homo at Ferris Texas D. 1L Moycra was unablo to conccntrato ono day and asked his father: "Dad what do you call a mamwho drivos a car?" ..Mr. Moyors immediately answered "It depends on how closo ho comes to mcZ' ' Poor D. II. Ho was unablo to sco tho point be'eauso ho Is'n ...

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