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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 October 1929

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 October 1929

rv jr-""" lKi- r - i VT sSStaft i k ' . - c. w n 9 if 1j 4 lib is dSj OH V QBO" m Morrismen Charge John FARMERS ARE UNABLE TO STOP ATTACK MADE BY WILDCATS Winning their opening game of tho iruo vu bii pre-ucason prcaicuons uy sinking the John Tarloton Plowboys for a dedslVo 10 to 0 victory on tho Simmons University field Friday aft- ernoon. After a -scoreloss first period in cvttfoh ffin Tnrlnfnn fMtn ttivntitntinft tho Wildcat goal twlco reaching tho uo-yaru lino onco and tho xlvo-yard illno tho other time the Wildcats camo forward in tho next quarter when season for tho. first time inilhre WsithjP!ftWlldcat8 played tJjKeycs broko nway for a 20-yard 'VJRaso and Thompson cut through tho center on tho next play for tho re gaining 22 yards for a touchdown. (After a auiot third ncrlod Iho-'Cats Voko looso again in tho fourth with jhompson speeding around right end r 28 yards and tho second count. oon afterwards a puss Chevcs to eyes scored tho third touchdown. ondricks' plnco kick went...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 October 1929

M IS a. m K.J F i m IBB fBHEnP w& me m. . ia is Wl .k YiYtUU :H If iotsm h sh III m ' 8:80 a.m. Chapel service. Flno arts morning. 7:30 p.m. Glco club practice In Scwcll auditorium. I SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 8:30 a.m. Chapel exorcises. Address by Dalton Hill. 8;00 p. m. Football Wildcats vs. West Texas Teachers. ; SUNDAY OCTOBER 13 0:45 a.m. Sunday school for all classes. 11:00 a.m. Church services E. W. McMillan fn charge. 7:30 p.m. Sermon by E. W. McMillan local minister. .MONDAY OCTOBER 14 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Address by Lawrence Smith. 7:00 p.m. Young men's meeting. TUESDAY OCTOBER 16 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Address by Don Morris. 3:30 p.m. Choral club practice. 7:00 p.m. Gleo dub practice. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 8:30 a. nv Chapel services. Address by J. Eddie Weems. 0:30 pm. Mission study class meets. 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting service. THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 8:30 a. m. Chapel service. Address by W. C. Sikes. 7:00 p. m. Dramatic club meeting. "THE SOPHOMORE" TO BE PLAYED A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 October 1929

" T ''-.' -. ra:' s l f I1MHM lliMiK'iHbklHMKftKm".l" ' . ' l"P.Mar tHWBM TJ( "Bf TIW iil &. ' ' .:! r . t J s " ' j fc. 'ViHBIBH.r ;. Beat The Bobcats i" ". . CVaHi .' JL ! !! Mil MM1I UPi HlUiBTBr H K"qH)H H W '"KTf HI -. 't A- Y"3o.fl EmmHa C'-: ftlf&flP PhJrllI I 111 I Tit I T ' - BMteBobcats ' m - jmf 1 wL " ; ! '& ' Tr ' . . TO"l l1-7 ..JMmmf ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCTODER 17 1929. " Nff ? '-wwHWy- fc- r iWX t Thursday evening when tho wero whistling their twilight lulom to tho day I chanced to be Kiting across tho street opposite tho 1 building. On tho steps of tho Ad ding and around tho -columns ling- 1 tho last rays of a fast depart- sun; littlo groups of students fe scattered hero and there over steps; over it all was strung lot orange and purple banners ig through tho sky by a mixture tun and clouds. . Up high in tho was an ever brightening moon i yet a half moon tho whole scene poke pcaco and quietudo hnppl- Rs and love of life. I fo my inner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 October 1929

iUy wjri"in' ' ' "' fyiir'- Wflm-'jaii'itiiiA) y--- iubiiiiiiii uaj L - '""tgjT" ' " ' T ill ' II 1 vvl 'i I I M lh I? ii i 1 i W-r -3 " men Jng and n 8& i "in m m WOHI . ' - 'hHHf JEfitJtyinmA Published Weekly by the Stadenta Optimist Office Green Building- fafeeerlptloH Per Year Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST. ABILENE TEXAS. Memberi of Tcecaa Inter-Collegi&to Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Edltor-In-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Max Leacu Leon Cmiter Wade Banowsky A. C. TETTER . Reporters Cordelia Page Elton Abcrnathy Hnrrell Ward Comer Clay Thalia Daley. Entered as-second class maUcr June 28 1929 at tlio Postoffico at Abilene Texns under the Act of August 24 1912. SACRIFICE AND From the tip of his toes to tho uinsuan gentleman. And that is Uie Who you ask? Why none other C faculty every ono of them. Prove it yoii say? He already has. Each night three membere of tho faculty give two and one-half hours of their own hard pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 October 1929

3J fats Open Conference Race With 16 0 Victory Over Buffaloes N HERD IS SUBDUED BY SUPERIOR ATTACK OF FELINE CREW $aln the dust has settled on Tar- ore Field and again theA. G. C. Acuta remaln.iundefe&tMhatmTuRt FrWM&1t5tlAKcttmn. W Mft' ' m lH.iflAt..a ..tauT' 4ln tr1i mat 1HJBI uuuaiura who wio tw- lis of tho Wildcat attack last Satur- ly. Tho 10 o 0 -victory placed A. C. alone: side tho 1000 percent teams ho T. I. A. A. race. '(Although tho Buffaloes kept tho jtdcats pushing to add up the 10 0 score tho Cats proved that they o much hotter ground gainers and w they were able to handle well sl oi me canyon pinys. ino yyiiu- forward wall demonstrated Satur- y that tho ball carriers aro going bo as well assisted as ever before d quieted all fears as to a possible ak lino this fall. The old linesmen pt. Hendricks Pippen and Worth- did a work of note. Tho new esmen L. Powell W. Hill Hunter d Adams also showed up well. a Canyon back was downed be- hls own lino; there a cavity wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 October 1929

-. f si S M iS L.I.I.. f ''-ar" "v-Jr W fc?V ! wgwwiwwBiwji wjmwubiwmi mwmmimmmmmmmmmcmmmmmmmnmmmHaaK; : :-fiK A ' hi & K. ' '.am fm COLLEGE CALENDAR FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 8:30 a. m. Chapel service. Fine arts morning. 7:80 p. m. Glee Club proctlco in SewelT auditorium. SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 " 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Address by Prof. J. Eddie Weoms. SUNDAY OCTOBER 20 f 9:45 a. m. Sunday school for all classes. 11:00 a. m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:80 p. m. Evening service. Local minister In charge. MONDAY OCTOBER 21 8:80 a. m. Chapel exercises. Announcement morning. 7:00 p. m. Young men's meeting. -TUESDAY OCTOBER 22 8:80 a. m. Chapel service. Address by Walter H. Adams. 4:80 p. m. Choral club practice in Sewcll auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Gleo club practice "WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 8:80 a. m. Chapel services. Song morning. 0:80 p. m. Mission study class meets 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting in Sewcll auditorium. THURSDAY OCTOBER 24 8:80 a. m. Chapel services. Address by W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 October 1929

; -&: ; i7: '": -.. S&ZzaxFr :.-''i " & Support The Wildcats Vol. 17. a'i9S$ ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 24 1929. i .- SAM HOUSTON WILL INVADE WILDCAT LAIR ON SATURDAY m ..ntu9a. "-MEAJfl' -rv t- ... r r -"tF -p swwnnai lunw - . t.- j i.. 'iHHHiMSBiH. 1 TTTiMMr r i WW JT1' ' r"UJM 1 7 'V hi f 1M HMUIHianF - St'W u. - -tVA'V Ti. "L J- ;. iiwniHriir ."iflttk. " X . .r. lL X f '' " ' -'v GBKHBv? S9l P" KB 1 II II I I I 1 Tiff 1 I Support The Wildcats' m dtivr ' V "4 JP N "f fr T J -i p No. 5. y H Junior Class Wins jfl ywi Hero's a brand new nrticlo of con versation just hot from the gossip 1111: Philip Higgins and Franklin foung room-mates earlier in the erm were fooling rather frisky so Blccided to forage around and np- liropriato a watermelon or two with out a formal invitation. So find ing a patch wherein were somo nice sig juicy ones they pulled a couple tnd Btartcd on their various ways. Vbout that time two barrels of a lihotgun went off and so did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 October 1929

aHKggl PSSggsgsww i.pu:. 2jy; .. m "'w"iwiwiwiR'is yfjVfM'iWaH II i fti fo K '1181 l " -M Kv.-Ml i tha PR mm . ""j.iuliiiJL-i" . ! "" .oiiiniari Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Stafeeerlptloa Per Year Address all Correspondence aud make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of-Tesas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-In-Chiof ROY STONE ' Business Manager Max Leacu . ....... Associate Editor Leon Carter Sports Editor Wade Banowskt ..... .. Assistant Business Manager A. C. Etter . ...;.. Circulation Manager . Reporters Cordelia Page Elton Abernnthy Harrcll Ward Comer Clay Thalia Daloy Anabel Stanfill William Gray. Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at the Poatof fico at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1912. "IN THE WARM AFTERGLOW WE'LL SEE BLENDED'' Defeat has not yet como our way although victory's banner has drooped; but that makes every loyal Wildcat's heart only tho more determ- ined to back that te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 October 1929

STWfl(WMtlliMImiiiMMiui t wm.. i.V". ... My .!'. ... Tn I- I. ' - fl". A 11 m&W- 3535SHIMMmSMgBMMHj $s!BB&TIBttMBWHKMi!f; o.- V..A ' .' .""' ' ' ..'' foy ?: i' " ' " . . b '!.' ' J''. ' '"" . ""- ''' "'.J! ''JT" ' " ' -.r-r -. .. -. -- -y.rv Wildcats and Teachers Use Aerigjmttack In 12-12 Tie Saturday PTH TEAMS REMOVED FROM 1000 PERCENT MARK AS RESULT tLDCATS TAKE EARLY LEAD BY USING AIR BARRAGE FI$8TPEttiOD tfttk n 1.4. Championship hopes virtually slip through the hamhvof tho A. C C. udcats Saturday when tho South- lit Texas Bobcats tied them 12 to on tho San Marcos gridiron. As result of that tio .both A. G. G. and li Marcos relinquished all claims to j 1000 per cent column for tho jo season. fho new T. I. A. A. tlo rule gives Ji of tho two teams ono-half a io won and ono-half a game lost less all other conference teams Zer a defeat tho Wildcats even if Jr win their remaining two T. I. A (games cannot hopo to bo in tho pionshlp chase. Two other vic- Ls would leave A. C. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 October 1929

&r '--;: & nt psyr.iz'ri ;:j2HwTraEy''?7-flBx ;". '!? n "v " w ."j I V ''' ft4- ( ) 7 I X I 2 - .4 m fCTfHcM Ulan Discusses Qualifications Of Elders MINISTER TO PREACH SERIES OP SERMONS ON SURJECT AT COLLEGE CHURCn "The Qualifications of Elders and Deacons" was the subject discussed by E. W. McMillan local minister before tho Collogo Church of Christ at both the morning and evening services Sunday. In prefacing his sermon Sunday morning Mr. McMillan pointed out tho present necessity of their selec- tion at the collego church and enum- erated their respective responsibili- ties. Tho point was emphasized that ill feeling should not enter tho selec- tion of officers and added "their re sponsibilities aro not identical and it is no disgrace not to bo selected as an older or a deacon although tho man who desires tho offlco of tho bishop seeks a good work." Outlining those qualifications as recorded in tho letters to Timothy and Titus tho minister explained tho nogathro and positi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 October 1929

3 I i J117 . 4 aptfe' I UlBlill ADILENE CHRISnAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS OCTOBER 31 1929. Wo'-eS J i-:Mr' Bxaminatipt file ! n. rf'JX I ' K & A nCJMM- H. r -lift ff - ST SK 0-1 n beautiful and rather warm day lot carl Indian summer a rich philanthropist was driving along in his now lord enjoying the scenery as nJuch as one can in a Ford when he 0mo to the pitiable sight of a stna'l boy struggling to right a hay wag in that had overturned and spill- ed a 1 his hay in tho ditch. Tho young manjhad already unhitched tho team anditoith a- pitchfork was gradually gettng tho hay back into tho vertical bed H the wagon. To boo the little boy working and porspiring so faith- full) inspired only noble thoughts in our i ihllanthroplst friend and ho in- .yitec the young man to drive up to ' tho ; ouso with him situated only' a -' quaivor of a mile up the road and partike of some refreshments. It was with much roluctanco that tho yourjr laborer did so telling the old gentiman iven whoa he did t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 October 1929

'' ..'-' 1 J ' JW t . .11 wSS UL.J jfiOt)iuu&(l "gfih forum r sp Young Men's Meeting; 2fjrP5!HjPRr??Hj3V J . JjtKSSSnSstfi rTtjMWW ftHfcM -i- h?. teWl.- .f . f 'l J .19aMaaBnaaaBaaiaBaaMiMBnaaaBaBBaMHHaaaaaMHBalaai MHIEBaasasBHaanBaaMiBtEsaanKMeaateasesaBaasnBasBBsaat Aifmnr v . . -anu o v . ii !N 'I FOR THE GAME "Wf i9 I 'Mr i mw 1 At 15 r -t i "J i t "i .M f t K1 a- 'M W?A Published Weekly by the StndenU of Abilene Chrlatlar; College. Optimist Office bseriptlon Per Year Address all Correspondence and THE OPTIMIST Members of Tesaa PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager vWMaxLeach Leon Carter KWade Banowsky kA C. Elli.Il .. fc Reporters Cordelia Page Elton Abernathy Harrell Ward. Comer Clay -inuuu uaicy ivnauci sianiiu William uray. Entered as second class matter Juno lexas under tho Act COLLEGE LIFE The most carc-frce and enjoyable days of our lives are upon us. Our existenco is rich in pleasant companionships and comradeships wo see nothing of tho sordid side...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 October 1929

(.f7J M.i '!.. iJ imiarnMisTf.: '4 Im I UP.. JJUB9 iPlR "EHllHft&iv ' fJtfHIKIHHDniHflHMHiHPHHHHHnnHiHnBnHHasti'i ail ATNgf l " 'UMJ. ' 'rarvv?iwtfffliPPiW xnt&immmammMVPWfTmnr TBn7nrrvur? i i in i iw i win mi in 11 iipi iwii w wi i (MawiHiinm JJffllJIT "TTikltiy U VVui . ...FPap . " t ' r r " " r:navH 1 . V lam Houston Bearcats Gust WildcatsrFrom T.I. A1. A. Race 13-12 9'" " 1 SfcJ' MirafeUSBPMJSlI he ID KEYES IS STAR (IN WILDCAT DEFEAT HERE SATURDAY PEXPECTED AERIAL ATTACK OF DOYLE COE RESULTS IN LOSS FOR A C. C . t sra seon!rr'(Joach Morris 'has cd his proteges looso in a T. I. A. raco with hopes of. taking a ison's victory hopes which havo en lofty heights mora than ono on. and six times ho has seen se bubbles of hope burst in mid- -Tho blow camo earlier this bcu- than any timo sinca tho 1020 paign. The sixth time was Satur- when all anticipations held in tho est hopes of Wildcat players and for a 1020. championship were pled beneath the onslaught of n Sam Houston .Bearc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 October 1929

vVkTi? .v . -A . . ..m.wn.a.i -.-.--- - .- . ... . ..- Mr-..- -lrtaT - - ' -. .tal5xt3siiM. ?kMsvc?rr v .- -s-. -r .-;... i:.-.. -.t ou .. . .; - -iniimiiiii in nlimlii. -i ..... . ."WIpou. s ?mmammimBmmiaimmmaiaMiBmammimEH. i r'.aMw-siW'ii.XKiFiMBijtt w; - - RfcHMmwmv t v..u'. .- vo . . . -hmirhihhhbbibmhku s VM & FMax ffLEOf tWAtt LA. r RcpS JThafl "EnteT mos fy mak v COUI . in tl i ' peni i I and ) stud I was- . one Jo i njn 5 for ' Wo r" taki 'v mon q A fflLfuri; S exet v to r' J higl . proj Daj mor J f imn C is t ' fnU I k' stuj f ;: verj C &(. BCn I I The I jKariPS ' FUn!V' ''fa s'S'"! Kiarl vwphitjai; COLLEGE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Fine Arts morning. 3:00 p. m. Sight' Singing class in room 13 of Administration building. 7:30 p. m Glco Club' practice in Sewell Auditorium. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 8:80 a. m Chapel service. Address by Prof. Paul C. Witt. SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3 0:45 a. m. Bible school for all classes. 11:00 a. m. Church services. Address by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 November 1929

CATS PREPARE FOR ARMISTICE DAY TILT WITH MATADORS -1 M '. I . -ir . ' 'i ' fc jr '"tfv 4;J & lh' -iiR. r- Fricklu Pear Staff Announces Beauty Contest Winners Wednesday - iJust as the Owl goes to press (his P'ints) comes tho news that a sixteen fo'ot snow has fallen In tho vaults of th'o West Texas Ico Company. Believe it or not: sixteen thousand digs aro used each car at Coney I' land in making tho hot canines for which it is famous. Harold McDonald has a pair of shoes made out of Ksnulno mouse hido; two thousand B'nioaks per squaro inch of surfaco area. Tho mummy of a woman was "ynd in far away Patagonia with heft. Una distended as if still stretched over a choice morsel of gossip; around hfr- neck was a littlo metal tag boar- np in Patagonian hieroglyphics tho wjord sign "phonogrnphlobia.' ' Tho "tins of two million sheep per annum &ro used in making diplomas for tho ytung collitch graduate. Trousers "Possess tho peculiar quality of poly- hedral totrilntcralness which is t...

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

ix"4s if1jrwftinif.MglglI!ii Tf i - ik ' Jf fMJtfttMrAl fill! f I m I Ml hi will ' . . &Mm7' A . gw i mm mv HfttiJwi 'i i ijt . t v. 1 " gL .-J -lrnyrij mi im wi.imii i inmiiiwii n in ' ;f 1 ' I I I 1 &sgm r'' Jpr IiOisuBil Publkhed Weekly by the Studenta of Abilene Christian College. 'StafeacrlptloB Per Tear Optimist Office Oreea Building $1.50 Addreu all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. f- PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Max Leach ........................... ...... Associate Editor Leon Cauter Sports Editor Wade Banowsky Assistant Business Manager A. C. Ltteh ...................................................................... Circulation Manager Reporters Cordelia Pago Elton Abernathy Harrcll Ward Comer Clay inalia Ltaloy Anabcl Manlill William Gray. Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at tho Postoffice at Abilene Texas under tho Act of Au...

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

'j&Hysm wmmmmmumitw A sBHMMNMNHPft V wmmmmmmmmmammmm - r.tjfiMHHHllHHMiQllBftHKrV'TTT'' lEWTfiiEMiiiiiiiiM'MMrTftffin'iriiMjiE - - -xs- . 1 . ' Ksi- d i .-: " .. i mjtmkmi -' iftiiiwitfi r - '"kjf t. f mummw i jmmrimmr vm&i. j . 'i wnm WMMwniiiwaJH 1 '! 1$ 1 is. I ' 1 ildcats Win 7 to 6 Victory Ove&South western Oklahoma Braves fe JILITY TO KICK GOAL FEATURES GAME AT DURANT FRIDAY ho ability to kick for extra point d tfio ability to hold a tlitht line tan backed against thBaiwafli )R-aak-'bill gamo for tho A. c. I Wildcats nt Durant Oklahoma lday. Tho ability to convert for tra point for tho first tlmo since ptain Hendricks Injured his kneo .nod Into victory what would othor- jso havo been a tlo game for A. C. Cover tho Southeastern Oklahoma jnchers. Tho final score was 7 to 0. Maying before a crowd of 4000 on mec6mlng day with tho greatest m yet assembled at Durant a col- o known far and wldo for Its many forenco championships Tho South- torn Oklahoma Braves wcro doped ...

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

pwdi.jj rn(rAggg.n-..-jr..-.- i-. :-wtimimmnmmmmwi. ..... -- rii-fogp ''.f-- rrrmifiiiriir-- mm 'iinrrxin " t''"i'-TiTmiiMiiiM'MliiTmr-iiiiiiiMMiiniir ....M viv. v .&1 t 4 1 MJBMS CONTINUE . '. CTiinv AT? UIOOIAltJO ikw oiuwi vr miooiuno ? it nnim.ii a.nnvn 1 fe inauuiiiAraiiKitA tr. ino Mission study uass Has been studying South America for tho past iow weeks and -will continue for Bomo ttimo yet with tho samo study Tho .' "class is grouped into pairs and each V pair has a certain phase of thoBub- jeet to discuss. ;- " Last night David Coffman and Mario Williamson spoko on "The Customs and Characteristics of tho People." Homer Hallcy tho ono in charge of tho class states that a really good interest is being mani- fested this year in tho study and that it is tho purpose of the class to get bettor acquainted with tho pooplo of nearby countries. Last week tho class heard talks by Annboll Stanfill and Clifton Clark on tho geographic and climatic condi- tions of South America. W Clu...

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

V nft t ;t t A t -w ' J-it4iftA3f&iJk&t. 4 '' VaH W -j I is -' 7 8 fi:SH:$ " Cross Country Friday Vol. 17. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ADILENE TEXA8 NOVEMBER 14 1929. No. 8. jmmwam "-.. xt'awififi'i j MimvMwNi k . j. a d. a - - - . :.:: mfmWmmwL IMF Mill II TW1 r-llWlT Cross Country Friday - " HhgPj? iMl BT Ij& Mutr m.m wWmk WS mW"- ' ' -i I jT ' : ' ' """"M""""T""""'"""""'"""""-""""""WM"""MM"""tWM""""'M"'M - ' Lt-.. . : I - hi '". ' f . V-. . 'J A '( fr" I 7i . & m ? i 1 mi . u tmt i 9u-;. is mr j m IK 'L l HI iv ir V n. Ill his cxtcnsivo travels over the continent our friend D. T. Travis wnl ted into a music Btoro in England and asked for an E string for his violn. The cocknoy clerk went to his shelves and camo back bringing an nwfil armload of strings with him. To D. T. ho said: "H'i say sir but I wis' that you'd pick out that string. H'U'ardly know the Vs from tho she." A.id while on the subject of Eng- lishmen wo are reminded that in England an haitch a ho a har a...

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