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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 June 1929

uwiauma "BUT-' V rr THl OPTIMIBT 1 w- ? ' jl J .'11! I III ' Aif jtemBfi Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilono Christian College Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year 1.60 Address all Correspondence and mnko all Money Orders Payables to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Colleglato Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green Thalia Daley Sallia V. Jordan Opal Sloan and Oscar Kellcy. POLITENESS Being polite and courteous is a pretty good sign of refinement and good breeding. Wc uro told that the Japanese ure a courteous people. Even in times of deepest grief and trouble they smilo and keep on smiling) and a guest in tho home is never burdened with their sorrows. Japanese boys and girls study manners along with their regular school courses. They soon learn all manner of virtues and points of behavior. They learn to bo polite and respectful. They furnish us a fine exampl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 June 1929

TBI OPTIMIST Revival at Hawley Continues Nightly r. FRESHMAN FANNIE-MAKES TARGET W EVERYONE IN Dean Cox Is Heard In Chapel Address r 'h r-::: Iw ' -v :V. ' v'" 'if .t i ftft:- 1. ' 3 V Af 5. 4 . : i" f r? Ks?-. ; W (- .T. &- With Herbert Hooker doing the preaching n two weeks' revival is In progress at Hawley. The meeting began Sunday morning Forrest Wal- drop preaching thrco times that day In the absence of Mr. Hooker who was at Tabernacle. "The Course to Pursue to Bo Infallnbly Safe" "Choose Yo This Day" and "Things to which Salvation Is Ascribed" were the subjects used by Wnldrop at the Sunday services. Monday evening Mr. Hooker preached on "The All-Sufficiency of God's Word." His subject Tuesday night was "What Must I Do to Bo Saved?" He discussed the subject from the standpoint of both tho be- Hover and the unbeliever. Last night the topic used was the "Parable of tho Sower." Good interest and attendance are roportcd at all services. Song ser- vice is under the direction of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 June 1929

rwmar 1 1 .i i .i n i n w - up. vjh iw.-hh M I miilHWillillWilWHlii I I - J-i ' Wyy - sKWwew5pB Til 0?TIMI8T 1 ' 1 I .d . - $ - ' rl 11 ' I f J I 3 f i ! it m $ h i Mi I I "i t : MH " It College Calendar Friday Juno 28 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts program. 7:30 P. M. EvAngclistio Forum. Saturday Juno 29 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Martin. Sunday June 30 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11:00 A. M. Church services sermon by E. W. McMillan. 8:15 P. M. Church services sermon by E. W. McMillan. Tuesday July 2 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Smith. Wednesday July 3 10:00 A. M. Chapel song morning. 8:15 P. M. Prayer Meeting ihursday July 2:00 P. M. Automobile races at West Texas Fair Park. 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club presents "Rosalie" a one act play. Miss Elisha Walker Gives Tea Honoring Visitors From Waco Miss Elisha Dean Walker instruc- tor at Abilene Christian College was hostess at a cleverly planned informal tea Friday afternoon complimenting her mother Mrs. S. T. Walker a...

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

f WW? W.. '.- "i. V' ' ' .."..' y; ' -W?. IS : w -sic 'b'i.f. . ' J-. ii' ' . 'iS..' -.'- P-t? BEV '... ff 'j'.A' - . r J V-. .. ' ' '' r -.':- VI f Vol. 16. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 4 1929. No. 37. . -I- Ufffcv . . .Lr - - "tf V I Ifr fr K .!. V ll)i. L' STAGE IS READY - FOR SECOND PLAY "Rosalie" Is the name of a one-act play to bo presented by the "Dramatic club Friday night at eight o'clock in the gymnasium. Tho play is a French production by Barret H. Clark. The scene of the play is in the homo of Monsieur Polut in Paris. Action centers around the maid's refusal to open the door for Monsieur Polut when he arrives at his homo. Monsieur and Madame Bol also help to complicate matters. Tho characters in tho play are Madame Bol Etta Ewlng; Monsieur Bol Willis Green; Rosalie the maid Clco Nixon. An admission fco of tcti cents will bo charged all who are not members of tho Dramatic club. Last Thursday night tho Dramatic Players presented "Tho Falcon" an Italian play by. Tennyson. It...

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

ili" ' EE 3fcf ? -7V -&. '- fx ap .' -" -A- 'M '. '" .HI ' 1 - I' ! r .a U?7 t im -Pc a. THl OPTIMIST ' Ui I .w p ii r it !! i- ii yi 'a 270? I EBB I WIM j 'it I I iv- rl .? fV i;. i j f 1 r . i .' " .1 i V ! N 'iLliaBii Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Subscription For Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence uud mako all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Membors of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-In-Chicf ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green Thalia Daloy Sallio V. Jordan Opal Sloan and Oscar Kclley. ' RELIGION Religion is as old as the world. Since the dawn of creation there has existed in the mind of man a desire to hold fellowship with the unseen. He has always manifested an impulse to pass behind the veil of the visible and penetrate that which is hidden from view. The world about us presses in upon us through every channel clamors...

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

" . r -J ft "' "? ''"'v'' TfTfftFn'1' a I ' "S - . ' - r- . THE OPTIMIST J . ' . . 'Ktfc- UHVI(BVUBWU WU WO()H The Wildcat Picture Gallery (Editor's Note Tho foUowliig-orti-clo was written by Leon Carter sports writer for the Optimist dur- ing the 102820 session. Sketches of the members of the 1020 champion- ship Wildcat track toam arc given.) Back in 1023 when Abilene high school won tho state football cham- pionship for tho first time Roy Stev- ' ens was a star in the Abileno back- field. Nor was that tho only sport in which Stevens won famo during his high school days; ho also hung up a state track record in low hurdles which stood until this season. After spend- ing a year wich at Simmons and Tech where ho won laureals in both football and track "Stovo" drifted into A. C. C. to enter under the tutorship of Track Coach Wcenu the first year Jhat Weems' trackmen copped tho T. ' I. A. A. championship. Stevens -was tho mainstay in that victory and high point man of the meet. He tied ...

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

I ' V '' ' - P'4 TH1 OfTI M I B T 3 .. ' Et-i j-i fcU t & ( . ' II College Calendar Friday July 5 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts morning. 7:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club presents "Rosalie" a one-act comedy. Saturday July 6 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Morris. Sunday July 7 9:45 A.M. SundaySchooI. 11:00 A. M. Church service sermon by J. P. Crenshaw. 8:30 P. M. Evening church service sermon by J. 1 ' shaw. Tuesday July 9 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Brown. Wednesday July 10 10:00 A. M. Chapel song morning. 8:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday July 11 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Morlan. 7:30 P. M. Dramatic Club. Cren- DEAN COX DELIVERS ' DEDICATORY SERMON AT DE LEON SUNDAY FINE ARTS- DEPARTMENT MANY COLLEGE STUDENTS RENDERS PROGRAM OVER RADIO "God's House" was the subject of an address delivered by Dean James . cox last Sunday morning in the now busildlng of the Church of Christ at Do Leon. The dedicatory service was well atten...

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

!K :-. i -v.; X -si! .- . .';9vap.- V '. i ' $"' J 'V'ft ..o - s' ti Vol. 16. JtlXHX ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 11 1929. No. 38. '.: 1 & $ 't 4 S & J3 7fl I 'j i . i a . H ; - - .- DRAMATIC CLUB TO PRESENT COMEDY Work on another one-act play "The l Flattering Word" to be given next Thursday night has been started by Miss Hale. The cast of characters for the tcrmSlay has also been made. "Tho FlattcringSWord" is a comedy staged in tho homb qf Dr. Rlgley a minister of Youngstowp Ohio. A friend of Mrs. Rigley'sfyvho is an actor visits tho Rigloy ho'mo and is surprised by learning that Mr. Rigley is opposed to tho stage. Mrs. Zooker a woman who keeps up with tho affairs of the neighbors is anxious for her daughter Lena to mnko her debut on the stage. Those taking part in the play are Raymond Bankhcad Robert Coff- man Lady Hampton Jessie Trow- bridge and Sallie V. Jordan. Last Friday night tho Thespian players presented "Rosalie" a one- act comedy. Tho parts of Madame Bol Monsieu...

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

jmiBpgWBWgiii . ill jl $'':-; "- -' . -r ': ' " " ' " "- ;' "' - ' ' ; ' A' -v V '.' 7- . I I A- V '. r :- ... r : I ... v . THM OPTIMIST " - w J a .A f 5 Mt I P P HI r - I r hi ! w m Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green Thalia Daloy Sallio V. Jordan Opal Sloan and Oscar Kclley. BEAUTY CONTESTS 4 The shameful exploitation of the American mrl continue with nlnrm. ing celerity. There was a time when bcautv contests were condimtprl onlv in the largest and vilest centers of population. Today it is not surprising w near 01 a nuauy revue in any obscure village. Hint immoral appetite which surfeits upon the forms of thinly clad and veneered girls was one time found in only the minds of corrupt reprobates but it is now prevalent among many who are supposed to be the spiritual and social leaders of ine community. Some try to excuse themselves on the grounds that God intended for his creatures to bo lovers of the beautiful wherever it is found. To be sure God wants us to lovo beaut...

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

II POT V .44 . j J - Till iiiiiiiWii "m l . --;- a r"-i. aw.- WjWWffiFlWWWl&W' ' -.1 -1 i ' Li'": 'i 9 TBI OPTIMIST ts: ' -. wvtif y1'CfflMBBlHnnr'w'vTTT7'J!7rr?' . rw"; i ? .ir:7ig-grji-mn-E-j-y.i!. - . iimnrwiwii urn p' '--J ! HT-T I J.-.. . . .t .. . ft t :-' v4?i- i'. -tr. "t ' - . W"n y Coach Morris Announces Grid Schedule SIX GAMES ARE BOOKED AND THREE' OTHERS ARE PENDING A banner year fur the Abilene Christian College grldsters is being anticipated by students and fans in various parts of Texas and adjoining states. According to Coach A. B. "Bugs" Morris six games havo al- ready been scheduled and plans for three othors aro pending. The Wildcats will open tho season on homo territory with the John Tarloton Plowboys from Stephen- vlllo. This gamo is an annual classic and is usually played at Stophcnville. Tho Plowboys havo been wont to ad- minister defeat to tho Wildcats for several years. With tho eting of last" year'oydofcat still paining their hearts thoAVildcats havo d...

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

'--'igMi iiimm illllMJIijtjBfrpjji.rBt .'.'- W m Fg4 TH1 0?TIMIIT lit ML n Brbolis flm (Soods (So s July Clearance Sale Now in Progress u n A remarkable sale of seasonable apparel makes It possible to ob- tain a summer outfit at ti moder WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN STAMPS r '! IF 4 11 . nit'' .rv. t - ri College Calendar Friday July 12 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts morning. 7:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. Saturday July 13 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Sikcs. Sunday July 14 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11:00 A. M. Morning Church Services. 8:30 P. M. Evening Church Services. Tuesday July 16 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Adams. Wednesday July 17 10:00 A. M. Chapel song morning. 8:30 P. M. Mid-week Prayer Meeting. Thursday July 18 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Dean Cox. 7:30 P. M. Dramatic Club meets in Gym. Crenshaw Preaches At College Church SPEAKER STRESSES NEED KEEPING IN THE LOVE OF GOD SUNDAY OP In the absence of the regular min- ister E. W. McMillan J. P. Crenshaw pr...

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

u:& .v '.; i'.T- : - - - ' x ZZSZZEBiliagz Efwgfws'pi f?! ' "Sp ''.'- . iw : .' fw.vk'i . -fii u;? vc;i. rj . V m Ta fi ' i. ' li Vol. 16. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 18 1929. No. 39. u- i : - rS T 1 It K- . a. w.. f'-' h 11. - .-? - Sub-T Crew Gives Program Thursday PLANS ARE MADE FOR CRUISE ON CLEAR FORK CHANNEL EARLY NEXT WEEK Aftor recovering from a three-day nautical examination eleven carefree sailors manned the Sub-T for a brief ocean voyage last Thursday night. The waters were still and the moon was sending forth a mellow Jight upon the deep as tho ship set sail at 10:08 p. m. Tho first stop of tho cruise was mado nt Port Daisy fifty yards southeast of Green Building official sailing point. Inhabitants of Daisy Island rcqucstod a vocal entertain- ment to which tho sailors gladly re- sponded. The repertoire consisted of a number of old melodies popular during the Spanlsh-Aimorican war. From Daisy tho ship followed tho Hamburg Lino route to Zellner ponln- sula. Hero the Ma...

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

;' r i . t r s "fir ' t '.?' t 1 " Pf2. TH1 OPTIMIST r 1 ; r-s l: ;i u s r t i I 1 m m Tlmll if i jri r; I t Lfl! M n 5 V li 1 i a 9 1 u ro MifJM mli Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. ' Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. desert heir. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green Thalia Daley Sallic V. Jordan Opal Sloan and Oscar Kcllcy. WHAT IS A GOOD TIME? The writer recently heard a woman remark that there are only two places in the world good enough in which to live California and Argen- tine. The woman had been around the world three times and had lived in almost every pleasure resort of note on the globe. Yet she found fault with thm all except the two just named. That woman measures every place by the amount of worldly pleas...

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

I WViEftfr- .-.L.. . - . T f-r ---Wianr - - - . " y - & .d THH OPTIMIST rami Y V5E $? - St ; " ' . 9 A"' v ' . "!-. HarbertHookfer Closes Meeting Saturday Night Twenty-two additions wore reported In tho Hnwloy rovivnl which closed laBt Saturday evening with a bap- tismal service. Harbert D. Hooker ministerial student in A. C. C did tho preaching during tho meeting. Mr. Hookor reports that nineteen of the additions were by baptism and thrco by restoration. Two persons responded to tho "Great Invitation" and were baptised at tho last service. Tho meeting continued for almost threo weeks. Many A. C. C. students and other visitors were present at several of tho services. Forrest Wal- drop Johnnio Peters Eldon Holcomb Albert Moss and others from tho col- lcgo furnished special singing for tho meeting. Money to build a new church house was raised during thoThosting. Con- struction work will start at once. Ho spent several days working among tho church members in an effort to raiso nec...

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

; r X C. PENNEY CO. I -I f- am .v. -! rre 1 iwsvjircaaa mil iifi'ti n:i imiTiii'Tax WE GIVE S. 8c H. GREEN STAMPS v siaimniTi::! n Trn :j jti":i liiiinirfnaininiim mi 1 1:; n :i'n;:ia:axrji:::a33cma3ffl College Calendar Friday July 19 10:00 A. M. Chapel song morning. t 7:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. Saturday July 20 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Schug. Sunday July 21 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11:00 A. M. Church services sermon by J. P. Crenshaw. 8:30 P. M. Church services sermon by J. P. Crenshaw. Tuesday July 23 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Dalton Hill. Wednesday July 24 10:00 A. M. Chapel song morning. 8:30 A. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday July 25 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by President Baxter. 7:30 P. M. Dramatic Club. BAXTER DISCUSSES TRUE SPIRITUAL SERVICE SUNDAY NIGHT Sunday night President Baxter preached on the subject of "Spiritual Service." Ho said that self service and self preservation aro in accord- ance with nature but that a Chris- tian should not become self...

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

..lM--JV'..- ..'. . ' -vtsw. - t-.' mi i V '1A flr.-' :; $& iVir& . si -v V: ' ri V '.rti' wmji. .. Vfv ? v .:': - !.!. i N' ' ' . W.-- " $. . V' ' . -i ..''' . ..V &' hS Vol. 16. ijj ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 25 1929. No. 40. its i t : :.) by;- . STRONG CAST IS READY WITH BIG PLAY PLAYERS TO GIVE THREE-ACT COMEDY TUESDAY NIGHT AT FAIR PARK Tho term play "Adam and Eva" n three-act comedy will bo given Tuesday evening July 30 Fair Park auditorium at 8:30 o'clock. The leads are played by William Nunley and Earline Bennett. Play ing with them aro Loyce Cochran and Oscar Kelloy. Tho scene of the play is centered around the homo life of Mr. King on Long Island. Mr. King who is a man of wealth leaves America to evade tho extravagance of his daugh ters. Adam Smith the business manager is left in charge of the family. Lord Andrews n Scotchman comes to America to marry a wealthy girl. Adam Smith and Lord Andrews ..both fall in love with Eva. The theme of tho play is interesting...

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

.. v.wm rm mi im hiiiAiin.i Tl 5 " ft "" J-"?l.b- ! . t !t- V W? &'!!lxg&Pft'- 'hYSV1 W $ '-j- v rr- . -i s .- f y It fc THB OPTIMIST pyr.w .f i :.f!rs5mSBB Wi r tijftrt Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Intcr-Collogiato Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green Thalia Daley Sallio V. Jordan Opal Sloan and Oscar Kclloy. KEEP - A - The other day we heard one of "our" girls say that sho had tho "blues." She said she didn't like school and would bo glad when this term was out -She didn't like her teachers nor tho life in the dormitory. She even went so far as to say sho was sorry that she camo to A. C. C. Well of course we are sorry that the feels that way. Most of us havo just the opposite feeling. We love our Alma Mater are sorry when the time comes to...

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

i HIIPHf liriiiililMlMIMMfllliilMlilBiiJiiililili111 il 'I ' i " '""" ..:.. ."- ..:..'. L.'. . - t -. ' ' . "' . -'t ' 1"' fc" " ''i (Til Morris Adds 2 Oklahoma Games to Card '' m HUH i II mi'iih ll! in W Hi tm V; ; ..' c ". ; - i TH1 OPTIMIST Hj 11 .a nr Why Not Take 'I 'J t'r- . 1 : ! j. - t V -IF i r-T . IB. Is!1. . j - 5r- . &. f. I. -J : v. f ''' ". . lt1 'is'' V' v. "X.- - IT i SI1 -?V- bi '"'' Vt 1 ft''!-"- JOHN TARLETON IS FIRST OPPONENT SCHEDULED FOR CAT ELEVEN SAM HOUSTON WEST TEXAS TEACHERS WILL PLAY IN ABILENE THIS YEAR Two Invasions of Oklahoma the first in tholr history aro added fea- tures to tho football schedule of tho Abilene Christian College Wildcats this year. Coach Bugs Morris has announced arrangements for two year contracts with tho Stato Teachers Colleges at Durant and nt Wcatherford. Tho Christians go to Durant on Novem- ber 2 and to Wcatherford on Novem- ber 19. The Oklahoma clcvcnts will repay tho visits in 1030. Plowboys Come Back Six other contests ...

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

JliKffllMliai.TlM n h i ... ... IB-'"'' P4 ' T'H" OPTIMIBT iv j ; J.-. ' ' by tho situation Charles dropped Into EaBBlBiaBJafflfflBBIl I'lT; ' ' I I a chair and burled his face in his I . JBBM ffi 'm i College Calendar Vifis-' ' K' ' k fi:. f" b 3- V VI -3 IV T'v Friday July 26 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts morning; . . 7:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum. Saturday. July 27 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Martin. Sunday July 28 - 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11:00 A. M. Church services. 8:30 P. M. Evening church services. . Tuesday July 30 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Smith. 8:00 P. M. Term play "Adam and Eva" Fair Park audi- torium. ' ' . Wednesday July 31 10:00 A. M. Chapel song morning. 8:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday August 1 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Morris. 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club. Youth Will Find A Waff Maurice Lafon hands. Anxious to assist Charles In pack- ing: his things Mrs. Glpson again ascended tho stairway and knocked at his door. "Como in" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 August 1929

ii ini ! i i i i rTr '"Viifciiiiiii i ' ' Vf n- -. f rlMflitii aransraa wl m i?W&ffi7! '' .: Wl m$t-mn iil'V -;tfri V' rtf? . t ? ' i' ?"V MP 1 j r v i i ?-'. lf" m Vol. 16. ADILENE TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 1 192D. No. 41. 0 II Ik. t'4 Bk '. ' 4i. . : 3& Hill and Derrick Drop Final Match STAR NET PLAYERS OP WEST TEXAS MEET ON COURTS DURING TOURNEY Former Teacher Visits Hot weather holds no fears for tho tennis enthusiasts of Abilene. Tho city tournament which has been in progress for tho past three weeks brought to Ahlleno's courts some of tho best players in West Texas. Abilone Christian College was rep- resented in 'the tournament. In tho singles Dalton Hill was' eliminated by tho very able Mr. Hoff onco fifth string player at Texas University after a hard fought match. The score was 0-4 0-4. Hubert Derrick won his first singles match by de- feating Grey Brown to tho tune of 0-4 6-1. Ho was put out in tho sec- ond round however by Funkhouser ono tlmo third string player for T...

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