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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 May 1929

mTft W$ JCTiHHtJT wawv lTUmrOTTlMlTs KAjSKaa asu. ii..S mAlm&tjir i. t W stejfefttfi Wi r . t V . FabUsted Weekly by fee Student of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Greea Bulldln ! fMbwripttas Per Tear 91.60 AdtWtu all Correspondence ami make all Money Orders Payable to $ THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. wV Members 01 Tesas Inter-Coileglato Press Association PAUL SOUTHERN Edltor-ia-CbJef LESLIE HUFF Business Manager LXLIA PAGE .MAX LEACH LEON CARTER CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE Assistant Editor Sports Editor Young Men's Meeting Assistant Sport Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager WATCHFULNESS The command to "watch" may bo said to bo one of the key words of Christ to his disciples. Tho duty of prayer is not more clearly empha- sized in the New Testament than that of watchfulness. It implies that wo are in tho enemy's country in the midst of foes and need to be constantly on guard. Tho command to watch may be regarded as including at least the following duties: First self-e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 May 1929

'it -t "jft k . . in - .4 jiipfp : rr- x&fe. 1 ' X 11 I W 1 Mi" sir V '3. -NKj VHSnif 1 jnpwvtjKPf n Feline Netmen Win First Tennis Championship At Austin Saturday MOODY DERRICK BEASLEY AND REESE COMPOSE WINNING TEAM While Eddlo Weems track men wore winning their second T. I. A. A track meet Saturday Coach Hill's tennis slarn were fighting their way to the .first 'Wildcat tennis championship at (Justin. IMtcMurry College after a hard fight 1 both singles and doubles nlaccd second losing in tho final round to the Abilene Christian representatives. Dnnlell$akcr placed third making the finish of tho meet an all-church af fair. Roy Moody Wildcat freshman star scored tho first victory for A. C. C. by nosing out Renford Taylor Mc- Murry singles man in two closo sots 8-0 10-8. That was tho third match Moody had won from Taylor this season. In tho final doubles match the Wildcat team lost the first set 4-0 but camo back strong to win tho last three Bets 6-3 8-6 6-1. Derrick and Moody we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 May 1929

kTHiorxxT) ti&f JtfTC? r" iit v V k I Pioohs JDcii (Boods Co College Calendar Friday May 17 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fine Arts morning. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. Saturday May 10 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address hy Dean Cox. Sunday May 19 9:45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. 10:00 A. M. Address by E. W. McMillan. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 8:00 P. M. Sermon by E. W. McMillan. 9:00 P. M. Lord's Supper. Modnay May 20 7:00 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Tuesday May 21 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by M. V. Showalter. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. 7:30 P. M. Glee Club practice. Wednesday May 22 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song morning. 8:00 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday May 23 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Mr. Yowell. 7:00 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting. S O. S. Members Plan Banquet at Meeting Of Club on Tuesday The S. O. S. mot in business ses- sion Tuesday afternoon to formulate plans for the club's spring banquet Jun 21 was selected ns the date on whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 May 1929

STS5 t.'V; i-'V " '. JVC $p " A'ATO SENIOR PLAY lT- i . .;' - . - - ' i - ni ... ' JS - n ' v -ATTEND SENIOR; RAY. ttf :s V'-Vi (.'j&frm "' 1 '.'l VeLl ADILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 23 1920. No. 32. SENIOR PLAY TO BE PRESENTED TONIGHT AT FAIR PARK .-a U.flK.'v Wf ?f LV '7 - z- II Arrangements Are Havo you had your beanB today 7 Then you must not have been to tho dining hall. The" cook over there has a chronic mania for cooking 'beans. Her conscience hurts her if she falls to cook them dally. And my rftomach hurts me If I cat them once weekly. Knv fnn0il mn Into It. Thcv told fl.iio I had to cat at tho dining room. I obeyed. Tho result is I havo an ob- stlnato case of bcanitis. It gnaws it hurts it cxcrutlatos it torments it agonizes and still they feed mo beans. iJH-ihK I havo beans yoagea ' beann on thn f ofliiicK thing isn't done.inf ifelnsflU $ beans on tho llVwr.llt'iF twid' AoMh to havo a torpid1lVer-but torpidity of tho bilo gadget is nothing to com- pare with bean julco in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 May 1929

f a j -$Vjl L ?- . 71 u k.U - f Hnii.-.k'w' ' a '. jjl -.z. r i. -' " L . : .Wi .:" ". "J " - tuji orTiiiiT r frln'MfF'ri' - IM .. ' fe-r $ VJjifuuifili Published Weekly by the Student of Abilene Christian College. OpUmlit Office Green Building toAteripUoH Per Year : fl.60 Address all Correspondence aud make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST. ABILENE TEXAS! Members of Teams Inter-Colleglato Press Association. f PAUL SOUTHERN ." ' Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUFF fc V Business Manager FINE ARTS STUDENTS GIVE RADIO RECITAL LELIA PAOE MAX LEACH LEON CARTER CLARENCE BRYANT ROY STONE ' Assistant Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Religious Editor Assistant Manager STUDENTS ELECTION Nominations arc now in order for tho officers of the Students' Associa (ion for the session of 1929-30. Have you made your selection? The Student Association of A. C. C. next year will have one of its biggest years when it takes upon its shoulders tho responsibility of creat- ing a more loyal senti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 May 1929

Ti- n. . r? c L t Til OPTIMIST '.. ' . - xtn$fi34LbaW' - ft -u.t MiiMi - ' mill I i in iiiiiiniiTnfflMiri'f "'l'""1" HRiHBHHiMAHflBiw90lBnilfflffiw2w3esD& v Sfflff?aGeER3F . SWaSMwwMlR'ffilwvwflMflf t A4iHHS2HnriOTnKfrr in"?uus& - w ffTWiri'rvWMiM rr: v nnc xniiiBiBiB'i MPw '' '4 '."" ' .)ri7mt 'Yf' WW -iw-' '- WWMHSf- SB:' IVrfTWMWlWWAYT JiL - j v Jhr sr& : i JLX' lrv A ' t m Cat Netmen CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS MEET IN CONTEST. ' HERE MONDAY Bringing to a fitting close the greatest season over experienced by an Abilene Christian Collego tennis earn Coach Hill's 1020 Wildcat net- men revenged -an early season defeat from the Simmons court team by col- lecting n 4 -to 2 victory from the Cowboy racket warriors on the city courts Mbnday afternoon. The thrtfo Wildcat singles players of the after- noon Roy Moody Hubert Derrick and Jeromof Recso mado tho singles matches unanimous for A. C. C while Moody and Derrick dropped the lono doubles match of meet to DoBerry and Corbin to gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 May 1929

T!1.";. ' it.- "-- '..'"; V V5w S V i MMWHMHnHMIMnHHHHHHM techs IDrM ffioods do E?' 'K ElsHEsSKiSKMkkHl I ' u k- College Calendar 'Friday May 24 - 10:00 a. m. Chapel service Flno Arts program.- 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Forum meets. 8t00 p. m. Mablo Burford's senior recital. '' " Saturday May 25 10:00 n. m. Chapel service Address by R. C. Bell.-. Sunday May 20 0:45 a. m. Sunday school for all classes. 11:00 a. m. Address by B. W. "McMillan. 11:45 a. m. Lord's Supper. -8:00 p. m. Sermon by E. W. McMillan 0:00 p. m. Lord's Supper. ' Monday May 27 '' .t &.';' 7:00 p. m. Young Men's Meeting. v " . Tuesday May 28 10:00. a. m. Chapel service Address by E. W. McMillan. 8:30 p m. Choral Club practice. ; - 7:80 p. m. Glco Club practice. 8:16 p. m. Fino Arts recital. Wednesday May 29 . 10:00 a. m. Chapel service Song morning. 8:00 p.m. Prayer meeting. Thursday May 80 10:00 a. m. Chapel sorvice Address by H. L. Schtfg. 8:00 p. m. Plcturo show of recent track meets. " Mable Burford Honors l S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 May 1929

k'mY ypyr u FAREWEL FINAL ISSUE ToLK ABILENE. TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 30 1929. PICTURES OF CONFERENCE MEET TO BE SHOWN TONIGHT yr1JFTWW ijw' Tr it & Hall keeper Wcems says that the Income of several of his boys U around 1:00 a. m. He also complains that his wife only calls him by one name of endearment "Saltlne'." .Even his wife knows he Is a salf cracker: . 1 v According to travel advertlaefiies health Is prevalent ln'the groat open spaces ofjtheWesU. On'scelng the rosy cieekFiini"sturdy rotund forms cne would not dream thatm majority srf the students are edicts ofion- sumption. Most of tho girls com- plain of losing; their waistlines and acquiring an alarming degree of obesity. W- For fearthddearJ girls 'take of- .-ift-laia think tho owl tbocynieal Tet him assure thrnvJhat'iheyhave not lostteiA'gtr3fsh"'fonns Indeed not! i" Jfosfof them have doubled them. Tho track team seem to have suc- cumbed to this dreaded malady more than any other group of students. Jot Hodges and Dyle Vaughn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 May 1929

I. Ik. TBI OPTIMIST jSfimtgTi VARIED PROGRAM IS I Mable Burford Is FRtStNliiU lUIiSUAY Pabllshad Wecldy by tit Studenta of Abilene Chrlitlan College. Optimist Office Green Building bacrfptioa. Per Year $1.60 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Ordert Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief LESLIE HUFF Business Manager LSLIA PAGE MAX LEACH LEON CABTEB . . Assistant Editor Sporta Editor CLARENCE BBYANT BOY STONE . Aislitant Sporta Editor Religious Editor Atilitant Manager A miscellaneous recital was pre sented Tuesday evening In the city hall auditorium by the fine arts de partment. Ushers were Lois McGregor Iru Scott Mary Bell McDonald and Ro- berta Warren. The following students appeared on the program: Helen Reese Lela Maude Hlx Donllla Wade Frances McGrady. Mattlo Lee McDonald Ea line Bennett Vclma Horton Ealeo Krisbaum. Mrs. Gcorgo Klker Sirs Claudo GUI Hazel Legate Maxlne Ulggs Bertha Leo ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 May 1929

"! "i J"PV"IJ WPFWfr""' ?Wir 5 fxrtiwjrsTf- i TUB OPTIMIST Annual Banquet Is HeldBySubT-16 SOUTHERN IS RE-ELECTED AS SKIPPER FOR NEXT YEAR BY CLUB MEMBERS Thirty-five members guests and ex-members of the Sub-T 10 were feted at a banquet at the Grace Hotel last Saturday evening with Skipper Paul Southern in charge of the pro- gram. At this meeting Mr. Southern was selected as skipper for the 1030 crew the first time In the history of the organization that there has been a re-election of the skipper. Centerpieces for the table were ships which symbolized the Tuscarora. Miniatures of Yunklns also "graced the table which was further oranmented by vases of flowers. Tho Invocation was asked by D. T. Travis after which the Skipper pre- sented Yunklns the founder of the Sub-T. A three-course menu was served which Included fruit cocktail lettuce and tomato salad olives veal cutlets with sauce parlslenne pota- toes creamed peas In tlmbals straw- berry sundae and angel food squares with Iced '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 May 1929

r4 THH OPTIMIST jBroolts JOm (Boods Ob ITiIri JMn JrMlrMira itsBaoaciEMDiEmflXDiEsa College Calendar Friday Moy 31 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Fine Arts program. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Torum meets. Saturday June 1 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Professor Yowcll. Sunday June 2 9:45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. 11:00 A. M. Address by senior class reprcscntatUcs. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. 0:00 P. M. Sermon by senior class representatives. 9:15 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday June 3 On account of examinations no Young Men's Meeting will be held. Tuesday June 4 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by President Baxter. 3:30 P. M. Choral Club practice. 7:30 P. M. Glco Club practice. Wednesday Juno 5 8:00 A. M. Examinations begin. 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Song morning. Thursday June 6 10:00 A. M. Chapel Service Address by Dean Cox. Wc Repair all Makes of Fountain Pens Bring Your Pens to Us "THE WEST TEXAS HOUSE" The Pender Company Manufacturing Stationers COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 June 1929

jA"Sa rnz mats awe .. vfmmHsnih ;ra '' jr-i .. . : st-.. ... ts "i.i ' "' '' i ; ' .'V av.. ' K-a':v j I :f;:-v. - '. i i ' VV. 'i T j-. " ifi:r-. V4LU ABILENE TEXAB THURSDAY JUNE 13 1920. No. 34. asaa-TTM Hv ' ;. '. i i;y s'ta - ?;-- " .Y- . .. c t m i mi i m fxsFJu immLiUrWzzi mt M w HoMrii hhhihi mmi m h hi h h ihii h n hlh KV TWENTY-THIRD COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES ARE HELD MONDAY $. invAiTv tucmc .nicnicccn BY WALTER H. ADAMS WHO GIVES CHIEF TALK Recognition was given students in nineteen different fields of activity at the Abilbno Christian College's twenty-third commencement exer- cises hel4 in tho college gymnasium Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Dean J. F. Cox presented tho graduating ' class of thirty-two members and Bachelor of Arts degrees wero con- ferred by President Batsell Baxter. One. student Miss Mable M. Burford received a fine arts diploma in piano. AdaraB Is SpcaTcer Walter II. Adams a member of tho A. C. C. faculty delivered the gradu- ' ating address which was a dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 June 1929

'j . . V. . . . . . . . I -.-w . .. MMaJffiraaSPPJipPjPBB7 3BBfflBBESwBBiaKKH?3Bif?3?s B&. wja. n - ' ' ' ' '" - ' fl . TH1 OPTIMIST i " z -v"fnJf i 'V ffi Is ft V' V J V .9 I' Ml.! IWIIlilfclfc.ldl fif r fit " 3 "" .sft Publlghad Wccfcly by the StudenU Optimlt Olflco Sabscrlptlon Per Year Address all Corrospondencd ad make all Money Orders Payable1 to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. 4 Mombcra of Texas Intor-Collegiato Press Association. 1 PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters: Max Leach) Ellis Williams Willis Green and flialia Daley. WELCOME "Hail hail Uie gang's all hero" at least quito a number of us are and wo aro mighty glad of it. Some appear for their first time' others arc students of former days while the rest of us havo been here all the year. Another term in our dear old A. C. C. has started and incidentally the last term that wc or anyone else will ever attend on the present campus. Ours is a unique privilege isn't it? To the new students and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 June 1929

h s rr42H" "? TA.! . 4 WTlr J . t t ' t -jrr' -i wir. --v jw TBI OPTIMIiT i aaB mm iiW 'iii . Ifr II Uliili II Mill ! II l-MTaMl T W LrWlt3Mvi735''lM!p$iflViiiiii JUFfl)9iwna'ABifHXimiiBiiBiniaaa m&&&BMRfff9GsnHmfkm an !''T7vwtMi;7 w rap y7w1llWW-T fM'FrWimBsmSBmBmKmj wvrTirv - - -v ;- :-v' ''- v. ?;v? ?fcw "f 'i ?.''' V"'7t wmwBmmoBim - .. . v v . " . ' IV - i: fV. w r. a?.' SHU. SSfflrr!' nxn?. N- Fv Vaughn Places Sixth at National Meet -'' i w.i.IT'-. u i . i 1 1 nil tfifii'UMi; r )-ii' i in JtVENS AND ftODGfiS I?AlL toplaceinpreims - ofMnts In the most difficult tn8k any nth- JiWft team froth Abilenfc Christian "Collego' haB over nttompted J Eddlo : tye'ems' three man track team made ; - creditable showing tn tho National '.Track Meet in Chicago Saturday when "Blondy" Dylo R. Vaughn came through to win sixth place In tho &80 yard das'h Vaughn Takes Early Lead 'Vaughn's running Was o'ccptional- 1 good dcsplto tho. fact that ho only placed sixth. Ho drew an 'outsid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 June 1929

. . zznmammiMmtKv ..bwmkk.. nr a .. ; " - .A Vr".n' -x Til OfTXMIWT M!tMtt.'"t ritev -- si' - : ft . ; If I !j f ! I 1 i M ij ' il 1 ;1: i ft 'fe'-V Or iV m m ria - - -T . COLLEGE CALENDAR Friday Juno 14 - 10:30 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts 'program. Saturday Juno 15 .; ' i . 10:30 A. M. Chapel address bya "'faculty member. Sunday Juno 16 -. 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. ' 11:00 A. M. Sermon. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. ' ' 0:15 P. M. Evening Sermon. 9:15 P. M. Lord's Supper for those unable to attend morn- ing service. . Tuesday Juno 18 10:30 A. M. Chapel address by a faculty member. Wednesday Juno 19 10:30 A. M. Chapel song morning. 8:15P. M. Prayef Meeting. Thursday June 20 10:30 A. M. Chapel address by a faculty member. 23RD COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES HELD MONDAY (Continued from Pago 1) man Herman Charles D. T. Travis Earl Craig Rollins Cayco Lawrence Smith Paul Southern Ellis Williams Leslie Huff and Forest Waldrop. Membership for this club 1b based on scholarship character and usefulness. Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 June 1929

iwaraea w Af'' f" "! '' .v :.K . ' $$ta 'y- ' . ' ' It f ' ' r ?- - . . ' t ' K ; . .v & - . it . S Vol. 16. ADILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 20 1929. No. 35. r Ivl IffS- w ton I t 'J r THIRD ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT TO BE HELD AT CHRISTOVAL EVANGELIST HUGH CLARK TO DO PREACHING IN BIG REVIVAL MEETING For the third timo in as. many sum- mers tho churches of Christ in West Texas will open an encampment meeting on tho Baptist Encampment grounds at Christoval Texas on July 12 with Evangelist Hugh A. Clark of Brcckcnridge doing tho preaching. Tho first ono of theso;mootings was held by Oscar Smith of Houston Texas. Last year Hugh Clark as- sisted in tho work. Ho was chosen to preach thcro again this year. V. L. Wunnebergcr Ballingcr Texas will lead tho singing. At tho last encampment classified Biblo study was adopted along with supervised recreation. Plans arc be- ing mado for moro extensivo efforts this year. A committee has also been ap pointed to confer with James F. Cox Dean of Abilene Chr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 June 1929

t ' M. WMgSMgSggggSgggf'g 'igfci Wi$&'M nssociato editor; Ruth Senccr Green- ville business manager and Mildred McKonzIo Sweetwater circulation manager. Tho paper will bo published weekly throughout tho summer term. Tho regular staff for tho next long ses- sion has already been appointed and assumo management of tho paper at tho beginning of tho fall term. DENTON Juno 15 Miss Ann Bradshaw Dallas has been appointed editor of tho Lass-O tho collcgo newspaper of C. I. A. for tho sum- mer session. Other members of tho staff aro: Lavolla Hammctt Grand Pralrio as- sociate editor; Thota Brim Denton Leo Powell is working In Sweot- water for tho summer. .P ilWMmiMWIBWWVlWMWMBHMaHMIMWMMMiMMMIMBBaMMM 1' i'"'- Fga THB -OPTIMIST M . Cf-.. . . . 1 ' ilf:; r "Sfeirdltafcsffif? I l DALLAS GIRL TO EDIT I . fa jto-JyMi W CIA PAPER THIS TERM I KH - Published Weekly by tho Students of Abjlene ChriatlatCollege. . JKWipwm I 'E''-' Optimist Office Green Building iK-Rvrci I "-"V'iV "" Subscription Per ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 June 1929

7V& vr V&? x TH1 OPTIMIBT Rw.i . V " . am?; FAi 5&ff' s iviin1 ''?mX s-raS.' I "..'"S 'H $..' ro .; v. ' fiiiy I '?i. 'Jail' College Students Play Indoor Ball NEW. SPORT CREATES GREAT INTEREST FOR SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS "He's out ycr crnzy kill tho um- pire run man run a homer got a sack ." mu Words like that registering on the Y car drums of an average American boy i ;J$yi ft will mako his blood run hot and red !! y- fy ;f within him. And as most of thoMnalo & '- -'-'.' population of Abilene Christian col lege from W. Earl Brown Jr. to James Franklin Cox and Batsell Bar- .rott Baxter Esquires are nothing moro nor less than avcrago American boys and considering tho fact that there is a vacant space on the north- cast corner of tho campus and the school owns a perfectly good bat and indoor baseball thcro is an explana- tion for tho issuanco of tho abovo re- marks. It is a daily aftornoon occurrancc starting about 4 p. m. and running steadily with plenty of noiso and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 June 1929

gUUtlMHM ""wwy ':' -j ri - r P 4 . . TUB .OPTIMIST . ' I &li 1 ?-' ' saju a Colleg&Calgndar Friday Juno 21 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts morning. 7:00 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. (Room 3.) Saturday June 22 10:00 A. M. Chapel Address by Professor Schug. Sunday Juno 23 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11;00 A. M. Church Service sermon by E. W.McMillan. 8;15 P. M. Evening Sermon. Tuesday Juno 25 10:00 A. M. Chapel Address by Dalton Hill. Wednesday Juno 20 10:00 A. M. Chapel Song morning. 8:15 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday Juno 27 10:00 A. M. Chapel Address by Professor Baxter. 7:30 P. M. Dramatic Club meets in gymnasium. Professor Adams Is Chapel Speaker Wednesday Wednesday morning: in chapel Prof. Walter II. Adams spoke to the stu- dents setting before them as an ex- ample Marshall Field who according to Mr. Adams was probably the most successful merchant that this country has ever produced. Tho speaker stat- ed that it was not becauso of his im- mense wealth that he was calling at- te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 June 1929

Y'i W V - 'oHfpwff-ra.' t. r I " U . a' u '.- -i; Vol. 16. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 27 1929. No. 36. jr. t r.ta . ' ' r ' " r SECRETARY FOR EX-STUDENTS NAMED FLAN FOR ZONING STATE IS DISCUSSED AT MEETING HERE ON THURSDAY Willie Treat; '28 was appointed sccrotary of the Ex-Students' Alumni Association at an executive meeting held in the administration building last Thursday night His appoint ment was in keeping with a ruling made at tho -annual .mooting of the Alumni Association held here on Monday. Juno 10. A motion was mado and carried at that time stat- ing that tho office of secretary should be an appointive rather than an elec- tive position. Members of tho executive board present at tho Thursday night meet- ing wcro Walter H. Adams president; J. Willie Treat secretary; Oscar L. Kclley second vico president; Jessie Mac Scwell member of the executive committee and Mrs. Jessie Mac- Sewell retiring secretary. It was decided at the executive session that Don II. Morris '24 should...

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