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

i;'ii in - i . ...Mali BFT.it:5rv' iKstiaiiRfwisiB(9!AKiVias.JnrxLja TH OPTIMIST lit. ' ." Y.L'' 3 T'-i - tr Ernest Wright who has been lead Alton imbish and Homer Halloy passed through Abilono Wednesday en route to central and cast Texas where they will be engaged in evan- gelistic work. They Tiave recently held somo mission meetings in Ari- zona. ing singing for meetings during tho summer was a visitor hero Wednes day. ' o Evelyn Wood is the guest of 'Nettio Mae Bacon this "Week. Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilono Christian College. '..' .- Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year $1X0 Addreu all Correspondence aud mako all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Students! 'is&sel .- &ei... .:. .1 . . -.j . ..-.weawe a"" v- "WGur. '"" "J'' . ' " '.JEw" ;.": ' ''iSM lumsli 3P Mr & PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-In-Chicf ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 August 1929

ipTllg . -. . . 'V.' fo&wggg.iKwl llllliiui 1 1 II i I I n i I WWI JWl m W.:.tf 8 v". V ibr-'v !.&' K'- . TH1 QP.TIJCIBT "1 ij WtV 4 1115-i. .. . . .-..-.JTtJrtiyhwimti.i.-Jl-i..a--?jy.--r..- m.w... .A . MMrtfe aHiBHRnn!esser4'?- vr&awiTif.mKfym..? - ' ... . -rrt tb wmttimiiitm iiiniTJiywTvr " m- r '- '" - v- r rcn.-ET.-i.a v -- r . TVii &? " tr v ?. & f 1 "U" if. i . ; rv":" & &j W :&fti b k- ".JaiMSE-V. Cats Drop Game To Colony Nine Friday OPTIMIST REPORTER SEES : HUMOROUS EVENTS OF HEATCD CONTEST By Max Leach Staff Reporter Tho inside story of a baseball game. It was Friday last that a baseball nino composed of stalwart smiling robust and happy young men left this institution at 2:00 p. m. to en- gngo in friendly combat tho nino of a sister institution tho Stato Epilep- tic Colony. They wero cutting up and engaging in horsoplay as young horses will; little did they dream that that grim vulture Tragedy was to swoop down and at ono fell swoop gather ...

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

m 4- Vjfe. -& m$ w; X. ftf4 SHI OPTIMIBT 'I h m j. fe M? i I ifpjji ; P v - ..' College Calendar Friday August 2 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts morning. Saturday August 3 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Brown. Sunday August 4 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11:00 A. M. Church Services. 8:30 A. M. Evening Services. Tuesday August 6 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Morlan. Wednesday August 7 ' 10:00 A. Mr Chapel song morning. "8:30 A. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday August 8 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Sikes. 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting. Youth Will Find A Waff Maurice Lafon Synopsis: Charles West a poor boy living in America becomes Interested in painting and shows signs of be- ing ah outstanding artist. The dream of his life is to go to Italy and there study under thfl great Italian painters. On account of poverty the trip seems almost impossible. Finality Dr. Smith president of a college which Charles onco attended in Philadelphia offers to give the young pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 August 1929

Ow F i"'l?"yr7r':i"Tw Wmmmm ffKrra. y ls!pmmvmM jjksvi:j5SB r ( - xnmzy v'j &' x T ..)". :f -. iV V. V i.''-. U' Kv ' '&& y --' " J s em m r" - m - h Hit " W it i ?si? - ' BV $ m 2 ' ' t ( nBil ' ' V ifflr ' v : ' ;i .'." - M No. 42. . 'JJjj V;- .. . . ' & u: ?- V r i' Vol. 18. EX-STUDENTS TO ARRANGE BIG REUNION PICNICS AT FORT WORTH AND LUBBOCK ARE CALLED OFF BY ALUMNI LEADERS & Two S&mmor rounlons which wore planned byfthe Ex-Students' Associa- tion early Intho term havo been called off and alumni officials aro planning to concentrate their atten- tion on ono big picnic andrcunlon to bo hold in Abllcno September 22-24 Walter Adams president of theuisso- ciatlon announced early this weeje. According to previous arranges ments ono reunion was planned for Lubbock on August 18 and anotlieV was to bo held in Fort Worth Au- gust 25. Thinking that those two reunions night hinder the success of the Abllcno reunion alumni execu- tives decided to center their efforts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 August 1929

-1 J; to;. 8$P? Iter ":Hi&$V r.. - .' V n .. '' '- . in mm W llllilMU'MWill 'Mil W ' I '"T'TT'TOSw IMHBfflSfflRBSi & HJr:2 !Tt - t J 1fiii?JimB6 Published Weekly by tho Student of Abilono 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. Mombers of Teams Inter-Collegiato Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green Thalia Daloy Sallio V. Jordan Opal Sloan and Oscar Kelley. Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1912. A BIG JOB SINGLE-HANDED An outlawry of War Foundation named in honor of William E. Borah has been established at the University of Iowa. Lectures and courses will be given dealing with international relations and especially world peace. Tho foundation is endowed by Mr. S. 0. Lcvinson of Chicago. In th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 August 1929

cs f3p5 ; zrTpammpr: -. 'f.'"J.V .'. '' It; I. - O I ! Mf.gfc.- i in HI II - lM-i1i ....x... Mmm0FWwa&mwrwfr'n'i ' ' ."' 'V'ifr-.7 Wildcat Baseball Stars Win Two Games lurf !!! n.iwitiiii i ii ig ii wliii. iA' jMHin anwid.iwwninwiimj.'"wim' ""' LjfWl iMim.ii ii iiri-''VlMlmiirM::BMi:3lBrir'Tl)KBJI.'liJIMUML. jMnM7!MnHlnMIVBnBlRlirc'flMHB ..:'.' - TH1 OPTIMIST ' W .. '"y '"" f - v'' i IHY Tittle Thelma Garrett Myrtico Humphrey Zieta Guest' Thelma and Lolafiel Bradford Aleen and Lady Hampton Ann Banowsky Hattio Mario and Ida Mao Harris Ruby and Esther Powers Ida and Lola Wray Orbie Grimsley Moline Vaughn Ruth Boll Opal Sloan and Mrs. Jack Fulwller. HEAVY HITTING FEATURES GAMES WITH HE AND COLONY'TEAMS HONORABLE MENTION IS GIVEN WILDCATS IN FOOTBALL GUIDE Altha Leggett Honors Friends Friday Night One of tho most interesting social events of the past week-end was a doverly planned forty-two party by which Miss Altha Leggott entertained a number of hor friends Friday eve- ning. Six t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 August 1929

fe''l'MPg ttuwr im '-5 "K ?J n. "; .-- w iaaaSifii ''." JKPVAJfi MrarTTrVT fSA "" 'M " .''; '.V-' ttJ . :rm J "r-fI ft.v Til OFVXMXtT v . VfBW- m lip fc "g it ' - ' :' if Mi ' tkt ' College Calendar Friday August 9 . .; 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts morning. Saturday August 10 ' 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Adahis. Sunday August 11 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. . ' 11:00 A. M. Church Services. . ' 8:30 A. M. Evening Services. .. ' Tuesday August 13 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by ProfcssofCox.". Wednesday August 1 :00 A. M. Chapel song 8:30 A. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday August 15 10:00 A. M. Chapel address by Professor Schu'g. 8:00 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting. Youth Will Maurice (Synopsis: Charles West a poor boy living in America becomes in- terested in painting and sh6ws signs of becoming an outstanding artist. The dream of his life is to go to Italy and thcro study under the great Italian painters. On account of pov- erty tho trip seems almost impossi- ble. Finally Dr. West ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 August 1929

Vvmr-mmmamBE mr " --. ' . - a.s ; jw ! '-? "" at " mm V" ' rfQdW li No. 43. . ' $8? ..... '' Hr w 'jTWHw t 10. ADILENE. TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 15 1929. SENIOR CAST IS READY WITH COMEDY PLAYERS TO GIVE THREE-ACT .umtur rillUAY EVENING AT CITY HALL Senior' VArd nntimin... I1 1L! . " r""W MHHWUmiU Ull bJJIIlJtf in readlnessfor tho presentation of "Tot!.... 4l..I- t - u.....v Mui-vact cinss piny rn- doy evening at 8:50 An tho city hall auditorium. Star nirfnnn m. 4 .-- r..vrtvu VUiir pose tho cast which wlirprcsent tho last nrodtlCflnn nt tho aonannt Southside Church Conducts Revival KENTUCKY EVANGELIST SHOWS EXCELLENCY OP BIBLE IN ' FIRST TALK TUESDAY donintiV Under tho direction of MIkMnrv JEIale tho senior players hnveW)eon rehearsing almost daily for tho past mreu wcckb. ino director stated yesterday that tho cast was well tiro- pared to givo the play. All mcmborV of tho cast have done stage work be- fore and promise an exceptional per- formance Friday night "Tommy" is filled with hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 August 1929

.-$V ! .... .SyftW. TH1 OPTIMIBT . . ; . '"" ' ''. -.x" vM '. '.'tt - . -. . . ' .. . ' " - . r ' m . 1 i ' . I .& i f I m " i : si !i I . 'I -.ill n ' H PI y SjtOflMt Published Weekly by the Studonta of Abtlone Christian College. .'.-; Optimist Office Green Building ;' 'Subscription Per Year . M" ?1.60 ' i . Aauress an uorresponaence and maKe all Money orders Payablo to $jfe. THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Intcr-Collcgiate Press Association. " PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-In-Chlef ROY STONE Business Manager Reporters Max Leach Ellis Williams Willis Green Thalia Daley Sallio V. Jordan Opal Sloan and Oscar Kelley. Entered as 6ccond class matter June 28 1929 at the Postofficc at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1912. FAREWELL Tlio summer session is almost history now. Yet a few days and wo shall clasp hands jn the final scene of this term's work. Students will journey to their home and only sweet memories will linger. We live in a swiftly changing world. The scenes a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 August 1929

WBffl$WK$l """ llll'j.Mi.i ummm i!' 'WWUPWlEIMWff'll ' MiWIHill II iium SWrrrfrt' mjw-wjf.'jatatf...'. t'w.Jt.'-' .miTJM tw?--jimu u' n -i"" r "i'i " .'UKiTuiMwww 'iflri.iB. j' 'v -"i'ij".-iBi.J- iii n a--w - -ffin rr n runt -11 mrriin n rrwr i r i immirniwTii nrimm t i t;iHiEHn.uiiKivA .. '." sjfrs:& IrSS' ;' - ' THuVOPTtMIST re d ml i ..i I ' lip ft' tit i S.sdfflP F " - Cats Annex Second Victory FRIDAY GAME FURNISHES BIG ENTERTAINMENT FOR BALL FANS " By Max Leach Staff Reporter In a brilliant game from start to finish tho major constellation of which was tho superb and unmatched nitchinir of Dalton Hill tho Abilene Jfy$H&..Ghristinn College Arabs defeated tho Texas Stato Hospital San Dunes last Friday afternoon in said game to the tunc of five to four. Although after the first Inning the San Dunes made a despcrnto effort to rally all their efforts along this and connected lines were in vain as pop squad had become intcrcst- i watching n beetle try to roll a out fivo times...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 August 1929

mmmm&&im iiliiiiiiiai MMMMMfa W7l? " T . 1 " Js ' Pg-4 TH1 0PTIM1BT sfiSfiSsFvC jBkWIIW5Rliia I IS ire JMmv?w;rXi?T vw'-r .-v v; xmp" wsbb&p JWMHanKyxCv iSjHjijt 1ikk. ."? "-"? M - - ' . '? -- s ' ' S'rVSWr & v-.at hs f . 7 rl College Calendar 'Friday August 16 10:00 A. M. Chapel Fino Arts morning. Q:30 P. M. Senior Class presents "Tommy" nt tho City Hall Auditorium. Saturday August 17 10:00 A. M. Chapel. Sunday August 18 ' -" ' 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. 11:00 A. M. Baccalaureate Sermon by Professor J. Herbert " Sikcs. 8:30 P. M. Church Services Sermon by Robert Coffman. Tuesday August 20 10:00 A. M. Chapel Commencement Address by Dean Cox. Wednesday August 21 10:00 -A. M. Chapel Song Morning. 8:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday August 22 7:30 A. M. Tinal Exams. 10:00 A. M. Chapel. 5:00 P. M. 'All Over But the ShoutinV DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION WITH SECRETARY IN PRESIDENT'S CABINET IS URGED AT CONVENTION criminals on condition that they cbmo to tho United States. Ho sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 September 1929

iWW ABILENK CHRISTIAN COLLBGE ABILENE TEXAS SEPTEMBER 26. 1929. AMI.. Tr. JE Abileie Tcxi fl.C.C. OPENS TWENTY-FmiRTH ANNIIfll srccinni Threniivt """""" - " wi-wwiwn ivLunni . ; . . . t fW3 ll11 ""MtBSB ' J i. " t'i -. ur.itrj-3 1 wvmo v iA-uwugKta uuuivr or nomecoming nere un Sunday m -TJr wft : VSf. . W & Id QL4I Sftor a three months' cessation of ping the old Owl's hooter is just lit past hootln'. But with so many i !. ii. i i awiaii un uiu scone 10 give jnspi- .fn'and a green tang to the atmo- IvtO. whv tho old Owl la flncn mora ?g up and this is hla first timid tt'Jfi) A t -r -r ion may come and seniors but tho slimes come on for emen first let mo introduce the faculty. To tho loft is Baxter president of tho col- d'tho training school. Tho tall looking gentleman next to 1th tho lock of hair is Dean hen in order wo have Brother r exponent of Caesar; Brown ho who delves into and dusty archives unearthing stor's family secrets; Brother the frcsTiman English prof s "nutter" for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 September 1929

" if . ' --------------------------------.---------- -..-... -. -- . . - - " ."' -. ABMw i:w-jf--ffBwwwY7ifw;wiipY; .iwuqnwnai.jHPNi lib n r m MMgiw wretM 1 M IBBPMIWWWWaiBBOMHWiWiaiMMMBlBMWBMMMiaaatBMMMMMlMMl mMMHRBH it ' 'W ; v -"i": a w J1 ' tt . 'tfim "."i;3V: T. iQWm3W? H; Published Weekly by the Student o Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Sabjcrlptlen Per Year 1X0 JK r"w Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to r THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager jjf Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at tho Postoffico at Abilene 'lexas under tho Act of August 24 1912. WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE During childhood days girls and boys havo somo wonderful dreams. Their imagination is great and they build castles in tho air. From blush of morn till evening star they dwell in tho land of reverie. Somo of their dreams como true but many of them aro ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 September 1929

M .wa.w miL. f( fe a o "M -jpx.vTR&inii .oti x' : Kr OTtsnwiv iK-. tt k M7 B?naia?z.wiBMU.G 'uuroiwvHiiHhftM li8 ; I 14 m ' lit I 'hoj I wl H Wildcat Grid FIRST CLASH OF SEASON TOBtfWMTARmON HERE NEXT WM "fc'JAs MllodWnpfPi!Fthe long MNWtWi9fvrBsncs into wo JfmWndRtT Ume on tho ath letic 'field. Ten T. I. A. A. coaches have been drilling persistently and patiently prospective gridiron war- rfors during "tho-last two weoka and now ten T. I. -A. A. teams arc- onco more whipped into shape for what promises to be tho stiffest fight for the annual football championship that has even boon witnessed in T. I. A. A. circles. Tho material that Coaches A. B. Morris and Dalton Hill are working with on tho practice field cast of tho boy dormitory shows prjomiso of developing into a team that will carry oven further the record of tho champion threat foams of tho past two seasons. Probably the biggest task for tho coaches this soason will be the refilling of Bovcrnl places in tho line. Both gu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 September 1929

Prfl WHKiiSAQRM i" IMHI1 IIST "v iif' f pm HRWi'a.'aJ-vVt-i. vH4 a .: . . - ' HH H) aiasro Mil Btith 111 ' 18 & WELCOME the new students and to those who have been us before. TTf 1 A ff 4 ltwc nave. Kept our coucge menas in xnina wnen "..buying and are well stocked with smart collegiate merchandise. l "Dresses coats hats shoes and accessories that have ' . - - tlie snap of the campus mode. Make us a visit you will enjoy seeing our new fall styles. PmtOIbH&MBMll e it PRICE QUALITY-. COLLEGE CALENDAR HUNDREDS OF EX-STUDENTS GATHER FOR HOMECOMING South( f llks' (Continued from pazo 1) outhern. Following tho program of nil guests except tho cx-stu-wcro dismissed nnd nn active "jcatSpaigh was launched to raise $100- OWby tho A. C. C. 10000 club. A chairman will bo placed in each '' county to superviso and push the "-work. Tho reunion program was tho cli- max of soveral weeks planning nnd advertising by Mr. Adams and other members of tho executivo committee "' Early in tho summer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 October 1929

MUM . MIIIMrTHTn- n - -rer- . L. .. t..-?.iyfVi ." I .vlsv: - "'t" ; ... . .' . ' wpe . --!. ' ' " " " tA--. iff' . It ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS OCTODER 3 1929. i. " "No. zi ' "JtT ! Wvir- - -I . Hero's ono from our contemporary the" Rice Owl: The rising generation retires about tho time that the retir ing generation rises. i fk Then there was tho Scotchman who Kiaaca ma neignuur o uuuy uvcry uuu it finished eating an lco cream cone. And another Scotchman was bo tight that ho wouldn't open his mouth kr blow his nose. Things are humming right lively Inow around those parts including building rushing to and fro from elapses courting .eating sleeping studying (by whom) and all tho mil lion and one activities that go to com- prise tho avcrago collcgo person's ex istence". Which all brings to mind the time worn and decrepit old gag about tho father who said: "I have two sons ho aro normal and one who is a collego boy." What is it that tho dining hall re minds mo of? Every t...

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

CT'T'l-' s '." .e Sft&ATOi &' e&S' wjjggMjjj lCT?aBflB8aBWt's)Hrg'B'v;4! 'Nse-n r ..mMfaJi. . -i Truian 1 Tw ; I." .i SiiSmH-'- s " . ''" 'yVif?m';i 4:-.j''BR8BHS5t!SSnB!;1 $v " ?&L-v( '. ?t -' -'giv -. 'V--''. A' 'lAf' . wf. WMMgWIMWWMMWWWMMtlBMI I IIIJMWMMKPIgaBMMWMWgMMBWIIWWMMaegWMiPllf WIIIIHIII llimfHf IBffitBS .."il1-! I W-W. .- "' m.m. f I II .!-.... . .... I .. . . I Pablkbed Weekly by tfco Student! of Abilene Christian College. Subscription Per Year Optimist Office Green Building $1.60 Addreu all Correspondence aud make all Money Orders Payable to THE- OPTIMIST ABILENE" TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Young Men's Meeting October 7 1029 Subject "What It Means to Bo a Christian." Reading: I Poter 2:21-25. 1 "Sonshlp." I John 3:1-3; Romans 8:17; Gal. 8:20-27. 2. "Abiding PrcBenco of tho Holy Spirit" I Cor. 3:10-17; 0:10- - 20; Romans 8:25; 8:0. 3. "Special Duties." Matt 10:24; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 October 1929

rfl"0"?ll'"Mw I. W ' "ll ' I -""TlLhlXUU Iff . Vf- y Mil fOOTWEM 1 I . IH makes' its 'debut now in '. I M I readiness for thefirgttgame! I - You'il find J correct style in 2 ; I BS great variety! I . ' UH n. chic styles 1 ; INHHj Jfc Patent-innd Kid Combination. BkckJ 2 flfflH X a'so Grey. I I 1 I : I IHBjl Smart Shoes tforiSchdoI-iGirls I BBBHMMLi 1 Two Prices Only 17 I 1 IMMfV I I HBHlV Brown Kid.Oxfordinlay;.oi Light O i r('l m is I ..fX .. 4 .! 'rV fa i c:1 ' V ' ' "' IVirdcats Are Ready ForTlow Tomorrow Afternooii TJ.& A. TEAMS TO WATCH WEST TEXAS CLASSIC WITH INTEREST i. . Tho 1029 AbUn:Ghrl8ttftnpllege V opened tomorrow afternoon on Parra- moro Field at Simmons when and whero tho Wildcats will clash with tho John Tarleton Plowboysj disagree ablo foes of tho past several seasons. Friday Captain 0. B. Hendricks will lead on tho field a team of Wild- cats who aro conceded tho edgo in tho approaching game. Tho game be- Btwcen John Tarleton and Daniel Baker two. weeks . ago st...

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

f?ymgamynPcj TS5SA-. i;trei. rTHEOW!MIST 1 .Tf 5A ' ? T" ' Wi ''XSSrf - . A 'fit iNI .1 1 COLLEGE CALENDAR Friday October 4 8:30 A. M. Chapel Fine Arts morning. 2:30 P. M. Football Wildcats vs. Plowboys. 7:30 P. M. Evangelistic Forum meets. Quartet practice. Saturday October 5- 8:30 A. M. Chapel address by faculty member.' Sunday October 6 9:45 A. M. Sunday School for all classes. 11:00 A. M. Sermon by E. W. McMillan. 11:45 A. M. Lord's Supper. r- 7:30 P. M. Sermon by E. W. McMillan. 8:30 P. M. Lord's Supper. Monday October 7 8:30 A. M. Chapel service; announcements. 7:30 P. M. Young Men's Meeting. Tuesday October 8 8:30 A. M. Chapel service address by faculty member. 7:30 P. M. Glco Club practice. Wednesday October 9 8:30 A. M. Chapel song morning. 7:30 P. M. Prayer Meeting. Thursday October 10 8:30 A. M. Chapel service address by faculty member. v 7:30 P. M. Dramatic Club meeting. University Student Wins Eaglerock Airplane (Special to tho Optimist) Winner of an Eaglerock airplane ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 October 1929

ILDCATS PREPARE FOR BUFFALO CLASH HERE SATURDAY nnual Prickly Pear Picture &'. LjrctrJ Today comes tho pleasant thought aspired by Biology 301 that sloep- Ig sickness would certainly bo nn isy death for a college boy. Here's what tho students have been oklng for for a long time. It Is lothlng mora nor less than some real lid fashioned low-down on our bc- vod faculty members. And I'm not Ing to bo funny either. It's all and came to' mo through authentic hanncls. First wo hear and from his own lips that Dean Cox was some patootie Ivith tho girlies in his day. Yes sir 'ou can just toll from that sparklo In thoso brown eyes of his that he vas tho Beau Brummel of Lingloville knd that many a coy and blushing lamozel surrendered her heart (in her own mind) to his fine young dance and his winning smilo. Next wo aro informed that our own trof. Walter Adams is a speed de- Lnn f.liUHrnn- ivrtnlH vnn hnvn over If thunkltf "YesrsTr wo nro told Ihat in tho past year ho was stucK For speeding ...

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