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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 April 1929

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 April 1929

lif yw inwfi' 7S-r ''1 iS . i' "' Rf ". fmwm j i . iri;- - VWSfWMyhTflJfi T ' ." " Tna optimist WHr sr. Fv.?". 2r"7 . . feWUflTN : ' ' H5. :K- r. j ?." ' SSL Is) ? W' - P.'ir -' . MJW V - .--c . H ' V- . .iTi- t'..7jfl P WK. 3??&'H W fto- s - t P-Wildcat Track Champions LOCAL TRACKSTERS MAKE NINETY TWO POINTS IN DUALJEET ' Thb A. C. 0. Wildcats IkuhocLun-. unexpected power irtthe ileld events swamp tho T. 0. XT. Homed Frogs by a score of 02 to 28. ' The only first places captured by T. C. U. wcro tho 100 and 220 yard dashes. Cy Loland T. C. U. flash Tonipcd to Victory in both of tho short dashes. Hodges of A. C. C. in- jured his lenca in the 100 yard dnsh nnd was unablo to run in the .220. Lelands. tlmo of 0.8 seconds on the 100 was made with the wind. Tho alow tlmo of 23.3 seconds on the 220 was caused by running into tho wind. Kcyes and Leach Soar "Goober" Kcyes and Max Leach showed unexpected power to win their rospectivo events. "Goober" cleared tho bar nt 11 feet 5 inchos i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 April 1929

r V rl B4 tV . h .Mlr.i.i TBi oftim: 7 1WV?1 w'' 1 Hi m: 6 faff' 5 h$ i' n'l WHHHHHHMaiWiaiOllgDOT H l r i ill roc I ' College Calendar Friday April 12 11:00 A. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. . . Saturday April 13 11:00 A. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. Sunday April 14 9:45 A. M. Sunday School nil classes. 10:45 A. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 0:00 P. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. 9:30 P. M. Lord's Supper. v Monday April 15 - 7:30 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Tuesday April 1(3 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by faculty member. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club meets. 7:30 P. M. Gleo Club practice. Wednesday April 17 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song morning. 3:30 P. M. Make-Up class meets. 7:45 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday April 18 10:00 A.M .Chapel Service Address by faculty member. 7:00 P. M. Meeting of Dramatic Club. IMPORTANT INFORMATION IS GIVEN BY BOY WHO TELLS GIRLS HOW TO ATTRACT Girls ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 April 1929

TRACKSTERS LEAVE FRIDAY FOR TWO EAST TEXAS MEETS ? i iw E . t K " .j Highly Successful MANY RESPOND TO GOSPEL CALL "I havo noycr been profited more by o mooting than by the one I havo Just held. I deeply appreciate tho spirit of cooperation and spirituality that provailcd throughout the meet- ing" declared Brothor E. W. McMil- lan when asked about tho spring moeting. Tho annual spring mooting which terminated last Sunday was one of the most successful that has ever boon held by tho Collcgo Church. As a re- sult of the efforts of tho minister ono hundred eleven came forward many of whom confessed Christ and wcro baptized. Many others came forward to confess their sins. In tho day services Brother. McMil- lan preached a scries of sermons on the Ten Commandments. Tuesday morning ho preached tho first of theso sermons. -Ho used as his subject the first two commandments and ho de- livered a splendid talk upon tho two. Ho declared that God would severely punish if Christians let oven tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 April 1929

t9$mklmltX Mns.fi t:'&aniiSM "! 'J .-V w 'V.'- '; ?1 K n i. t I m W If ' 1;.; ' Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building ffc gabscriptlon Per Year . fl.BO Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Tesns Inter-Collcgiato Press Association. I.i' PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUFF Business Manager f'LELIAPAGE. :-.MAX LEACH . Assistant Editor Sports Editor LEON CARTER CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager SOPHOMORE EDITION ' James Chambers Editor Max Leach Assistant Editor Leon Carter Sports Editor Comer Clay Religious Editor Reporters Lota Wolford Jack Griggs Ernest Wright Tolbcrt Yater and Andrew Leggon. THE NEED OF EDUCATIONAL GUIDANCE What arc you accomplishing this year in college? Are you planning and working toward a definite aim in life or blindly proping about taking an easy subject here and an unrelated cour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 April 1929

HKSSCjS a '4 . I I."' "Til OPTIMIST inilBa'MMIIHiaMnia8iainBailiaRlllliaiMaia11 lVK 4 V S if P If l visf I K t F k H' 17 t ' I It tm'- I J? "I ii j hmmtf- Netmen Add x TECH AND HOWARD PAYNE LOSE TO WILDCATS Tho A. C. C. net men collected two morojrlzos to add to their string of victories for tho season with a team victory over tho Howard Payno crew on tho local courts Saturday and a 5 to 3 win over tho Tech men at Lub- bock Monday. Tho Wildcats swcpUho field in tho Howard Payno tournament with tho oxcoption of tho second and fourth singles. Derrick won both tho first doubles match and tho first and sec- ond singles matches to win tho tournament from Tech. Roy Moody Wildcat first singles man kept his slato dean for tho j season through 'both of these matches J" In itvrnntlnnnl lirllllnnt ntvln. Ho sot Candy of Howard Payno down with one lovo set and a 0-1 set for his best record' of tho year. Moody also easily defeated Tech's touted star McKcrihand in two sets 0-2 and 0-4. Moody and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 April 1929

T'SSJW V '&! prt. M.'.'. ' ' y'. y W'J- - l.4 r-K - " TUB OrTXKXIT'V Si TWILIGHT MUSICALE TO BE GIVEN AT HILTON HOTEL SUNDAY AFTERNOON PEG 0' MY HEART CHOSEN BY SENIORS TO BE ANNUAL PLAY . J Mj ji?i Al ' ft M H8P9 oil m cfi 11 1j AjEMMj tKj r Mr i tf MIIMBIlljlJMJMlMilMMHgMaHBHMlt College Calendar Friday April 19 10:00 A. M. Chapel ScrVice Fine Arts morning. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. Saturday April 20 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Brotlier Morion. 2:00 P. M. Track meet with Stephen F. Austin at Nacogdoches. Sunday April 21 - '' -v 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 10:45 A. M. Church Service. . 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. r. 8:00 P. M. Church Service. 9:00 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday April 22 2:00 P. M. Track meet with Sam Houston at Huntsvillc. 7:30 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Tuesday April 23 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. 7:30 P. M. Glee Club practice. Wednesday April 24 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Dr. Hunt 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 April 1929

rr??' v. t "HWrV Hi- JWCBSJP'i- X ?v 4l JMOJ EDITION ' " tfi $& jw 'h.v kc -w r .. &n Wf-ftl '"Vfe " BEAT DANIEL BAKER 't-fj Kv tf" ( :v. ."iw: a& t ? VL1 ABILENE TXAS THURSDAY APRIL 25 1929. TrlP. A. CONVENTION IN ABILENE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Wilma Curtis Is Chosen By Students As Queen Of 1929 Prickly Pear Kl f A- iV Jl T to" k: 'A V mkt JULIA ALLEN IS SECOND IN RACE 'Miaa Wilma Curtis will be queen of tho 1029 Prickly. Pear. Such was tho result of the beauty contost sponsored by tho Prickly Pear which closed Saturday April 20 with Julia Allen and Cordelia Page receiving second and third places as favorites of the school. A full pago picturo of Miss Curtis will appear on tho first pago of the beauty section of tho annual. The beauty section is to bo printed on pebbled paper and nccording to Edi- tor Emmet Bryan "it will bo ono of tho prottiest that has ever been in a Prickly Pear." Tho other pictures aro arranged as follows: Maudcan Dennis Cordelia Page Nan Houston Julia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 April 1929

Xffir.lteaTSEP mm - Jf tV?' 8F Vr ' 8 & m 'Br1' M& N a- r 't I V I I- M J I Km mi IJiJK VJS IPMP"W. '.''('''' f jffliiimi mimwiiiiiii w imm1 iiijhiiiiiii minim iniiii i MMMCnBT -"V Til OPTIMIT ;fe- Pablkbed Weekly by tie Student of Abilene Christian College. Sabscriptioa Per Tew Optimist Office Green Building 91.50 Address all Correspondent and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Teams Inter-Collegiato 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 JUNIOR EDITION Lelia Page L. :: Editor s Harrcll Ward ... Assistant Editor Totsy Campbell Society Editor IN MEMORIAM The last of tho walls is down and the administration building of the old Abilene Christian College is gone forever. Tho building has sheltered the dreams and aspirations of visionary Christians who labor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 April 1929

' "l -.! vs- i th 6rtiicx's$ V f . W . - . V i i V -r. h''- V..- fa w IP Wildcats Snow Bearcats Beneath Heavy A. C. C. MEN IMPROVE THEIR RELAY RECORD HODGES AND WOOD WIN CENTURY AND QUARTER IN FLASHING SPRINTS Two T. I. A. A. records wore smash- cd and another was equalled by the A. 0. C. Wildcats as they snowed the Sam Houston Stato Teachers' Col- lege Bcarkats beneath a count of 70 1-2 to 40 1-2 in a dual meot at Huntsville Saturday afternoon April twontieth. Jot Hodgos Wildcat freshman sprinter tied Joo Bailey Chcnney's mark of 0.8 when he flashed unex- . u pectedly In front of Doylo Coo Sam -'Tlouston star. Tho A. C. C. relay team improved upon its own mark estab- lished at Denton last year when Stev- ens Clynch Wcems and Wood cir- cled their mllo in 3 minutes and 23 seconds. Wood Speeds On 440 Jesse Wood did tho other record- breaking run in tho aua. ter mllo when ho reeled off the 40 in 50.0 seconds. In' tho hundred Hodges led at the start was a yard ahead at the 50- ' yard ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 April 1929

WSSSsmamsmmsaitaRs ca?ffrnffitaasBan SI Uj;. .?' 'TM OPTIMIST $H. I ' m ' ill JU': I v Shy J - -- JDru oods o rMnHM4i34 (ssusa College Calendar Friday April 26 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fino Arts morning. 2:00 P. M. Tennis meet with Daniel Baker at Brownwood. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. Saturday April 27 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Brother Bell. P. M. Track meet with Daniel Baker at Brownwood. 2:30 P. M. Tennis meet with Howard Payne at Brownwood. Sunday April 28 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 10:45 A.- M. Church Service. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 8:00 P. M. Church Service. 9:00 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday April 29 All day Junior picnic. 7:00 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. -Tuesday April 30 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. 7:30 P. M. Glee Club practice. Wednesday April 30 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service. 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday May 2 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service. 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting. JUNIORS ARE TO PICNIC AT BUFFALO GAP MONDAY The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 May 1929

w? KJ yd : . SENIOR EDITION m-y a i. r (i -A- ' 1W yLi ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2 1929. DRAMATIC CLUB TO PRESENT THREE-ACT COMEDY TUESDAY WILDCAT TRACKSTERS TO MEET MATADOR TEAM HERE SATURDAY They Will Star In Term Production Tuesday W .s-v ' . XU Ailbvtftkjtogmmtr.y&.i . iwTTr. 'f A-Jjuur jjc ' - . . ;. ;. . &. j. . 4-. j.- ... ON TO THE T. L A; .9; AM- -; .'":-;.' ...;-im I " J -.Zjjji No. 20; .' 1 1 .n ' ?v;: v w:. :& w . - STRONG CAST WILL APPEAR IN LAST TERM PLAY OF YEAR &3fr AT PARK AUDITORIUM At " .' " "Martha By tho Day" the torm play which is to bo presented In the Pair Park auditorium noxt Tuesday ' night is one of tho best plays that has ever been presented by tho Dra- .' matlc club of Abilcno Christian Col lege tt is a comedy in threo acts but -. in spito of tho fact that it is a comedy it has a plot which will grip and hold ; with intensity tho attention of tho ' audience. '" ' The play is tho story of n poor 'l woman Martha Slawson who has o'vay kind ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 May 1929

EW.Ffsl? " a." & c T7 . r ; ir " js i im 1 kV lifitjbmiiil Published Weekly by tfce Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year $1.60 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUFF Business Manager LELIA PAGE MAX LEACH LEON CABTEB CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE Assistant Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager SENIOR EDITION Willis Green Editor Clarence Bryant ........... Assistant Editor Reporters: Rollins Cayco and Mavico Carney. I AM SMART If you arc smart there is no need to tell any one about it. You never can mnko the fool understand or get him to catch the hint and you won't have to tell the wise man for he will detect it. This editorial is not against scholarship but egotism. If you do not have to study your daily lessons very much or review but a very...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 May 1929

0 'r MkKaflsiixikilifcVkkiHI Sk. '' kfgjpBUKMHIKHIBJHBHBJSMBJH JM II II II B IMMnaaaMaipjafi fSfy! w tntf TH1 .OPTIMIST Three Records Fall As Wildcats Defeat Daniel Baker Hill Billies t .$' T w ftfc EIGHTY-FOUR POINTS ARE WON BY FELINE CREW IN DUAL MEET Thrco T. I. A. A. track and field records wore broken last Saturday when tho Wildcat track stars defeat- ed the Daniel Bnkor Hill Billies': Al- though tho Billies camo out with tho small end of an 84 to 33 scoro thoy were responsible for tho fall of two of tho records; Dunkin of Daniel Baker nosed ahead of Wood on tho homo stretch to win tho 440 ins50.2 seconds' and Rcasoncr a Hill Bllllo freshman won tho two milo run in 10 minutes and 15 seconds which is two seconds lower than tho con- ference record. "Tiny" Adams was tho only Wildcat to sharo tho record breaking honors. Ho put tho shot 43 fcot fivo and ono half inches. Tho Wildcats copped olovon first places and nlno second places. In ad- dition to this Kcyes and Smith fig- ured in...

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

Gizzard Gulch University To Offer Hoboing Courses x u ?:f V r f J! 9 V 0! s if College Friday May 3: 10:00 A. M. Chapel Sorvkes; Pino Arts Morning. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. Saturday May 4: 10:00 A. M. Chapol Servlco. 3:00 P. Mr-Track Meet; A. C. C. vs. Texas Tech. "' Sunday May S: 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11:00 A. 1L Church Service 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. -11 8:00 P. M. Church Service. ' ' 9:00 P. M.' Lord's Supper. Monday May 6: 7:00 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. ' Tuesday May 7 10:00 A. M Chapel Service. " 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice 7:30 P. M. Glee Club practice. 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club Term Play at Fair Park Auditorium. Wednesday May 8: 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service. 8:00 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday May 9: ; ; ; ; 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting. CarlEtterlsNow Teaching in Japan Carl L. Ettcr former A. C. C. stu dent and later teacher of Bible who sailed as a missionary to Japan last fall and who is now instructor in English nt tho Imporla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 May 1929

FELINE TRACKSTERS DEPART THURSDAY FOR SAN MARCOS X 'k V. whTa WW1 . r. kv iy Hi m K ' i College Orchestra THREE CITIES TO BE VISITED ONJTRIP Tho A. C. C. orchestra will leave Monday for- a three hundred fifty mile tour in which they will give concerts at San Angclo Sonora and Bronte. Tho malo quartette com- . posed of Earl Craig Ernest Wright Alfred Wells and Curtis Van Dalsem will sing several selections. Miss ""Hale teacher of Spnech Arts in A. C C will read. Tho orchestra will play Monday . evening May 13 at San Angelo Tuesday evening in Sonora Wednes- day evening at Bronte and will re- turn Thursday. Tho trip is being mado in a thirty passenger bus. Tho program that will be given at each entertainment is as follows: Tho orchestra will play "Valiant Volun- teers March" "Sobro Lao Olas Waltz" and tho "Bohemian Girl." Then Miss Halo will read "Tho Ex- Soldier's Trial" "Cinderella Dyes Them Black" and "Rosalie". Tho orchestra will play "Beneath Thy Window" "Fair Maid of Perth" "Trum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 May 1929

WcfMw? mm&mmmmmmifttBmwmm . n .. oWWJW! WT M'VV. T ' J.; w fTHMill vtw. rn r .' ' ... ' . r j-w - i-v- - .. - A n RD'nwirB'C JIXjnEa""MHHaMBanaaMMMaaHRMMBHmMmaM IkV jBuVJOuluaM AlSK$ff. PraTF roW93 ' orfcxxiiTt wifiE: ITJf jr'.-i W- tf5 ' T'M .' "?v7. M . -i : ' v1i iiirr5T Tf..3S(Srai TRgmgffiWf' li.- &.. Fablhfced Weekly by the Stedeata of Ablleae Christian College. ijfiTT r-r- "? H US. JNbterlpttoa Per Year Optimist Office Green Building $1.50 i m l i i r M tin m & r. i !tl 9? ' If fi II! I & '') Address all Correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE T2XAS. Members of Testae Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUFF Business Manager LELIA PAGE MAX LEACH LEON CARTER s CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE Assistant Editor Sports Editor . Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager JOURNALISM EDITION Ellis Williams .. .'..........: Editor Comer Clny T. Assistant Editor Leon Carter Sports Editor Mild...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 May 1929

it Si --. -..' . .w.' m ::. ;.' Wildcats Track Champions THREE RECORDS FALL IN FAST MEET ON LOCAL TRACK SATURDAY In their last dual meet of tho sea- son the- Abllcno Christian College track team easily defeated tho Texas Tech Matadors 83 to 47 Saturday afternoon. Tho fact that three T. I. A. A. re- cords foil and sovcral others barely survived proved this to bo tho fast- est moot that tho Wildcats have en- gaged In this season. Stevens who ran tho low hurdles in 23.8 seconds came within three-fifths seconds of tying iho national 'collegiate record. TnHlnrlf. ihn InnW TorJi ntnr. Inmned T I . A. A. record. Stevens broko " tho broad jump record but placed second to Leo of Tech who lenpd 22 feet 10 inches. uats hiiow uooa i.orm. Tho biggest upset of tho meet was tho victory of Frccland Tech two radio man over Vlckcry of A. C. C. Frccland's tlmo of 10 minutes 43 seconds was much slower than tho tlmo made by Vtckery tho previous week at Daniel Baker. Hodges giant .Wildcat sprintor steppe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 May 1929

-? F-ijti LPT r 'Si' TKI OPTlKXSTi fei-Jiff" i;iltw. re JBroohs iDm ffioods Cb bpii CAMPUS GOSSIP Moss Room Is Scene Of Academy Banquet Tho Academy Junior-Senior Ban- quet -was hold Jast Friday night In tho Moss Rooij of tho Grace Hotel. Twenty six were- present at tho ban- quet. Tho room was decorated with red balloons and red and black streamers stressing tho Academy senior colors ot red and black. Flaco cards won) 'in tho shapo of gingham dogs and calico cats; small hoes and rakes tied together with red and black threads wcro used as favors. Miss Loucillo Milholland served as toastmistress. Tho program consist- ed of atoast from W. P. Jones presi- dent of tho senior cIobs and a reply by Ilershell North president of tho Junior class. Dalton Hill mado an interesting talk in which ho recount- ed somo of tho events in collcgo llfo. Miss Nettio Mao Bacon read. Miss Evelyn Wood mado a talk which was followed by a toast to tho seniors by Bro. Sikes. Tho class will was read by Mary Tramm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 May 1929

I JE -.. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 10 1929 ; "" : "" nTTl CATS WIN TLA. A. MEET FOR SECOND SUCCESSIVE TIME Orchestra Itinerary Is Extended To Include Anson And Stamford t& 1 '..: .j' t&ttiP-. 111 TdSww :' IKS Tribute has been justly paid to such celebrities as Lindy and Byrd but up until now nothing has been said of Sarah's hot rolls. It has been sung howover for shortly after lunch Wednesday some one started the old refrain "When the Rolls Are Called at tho Dining Hall I'll Be There." Some of our freshmen co-eds inter- ested in astronomy have stated their intentions of going to Hollywood for closer observation. Some one should warn the girls that thoy will be put on the waiting list at some of the cafes. Speaking of educated prize fighters tho first thing we know some ono will try to educato football players. In that case tho professors would't have anyone to flunk. After winning tho track champion- ship a well known circus offered some of the boys a job showing off thier ...

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