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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 December 1929

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 December 1929

gaaN. . gfr3CTBr rr.iuW . 1rrlBWJ J :1 ; ssmww? v THE OPTIMIST 23&ttmMI CJfat WJ& f -a r & '": Kk' KT- MH 1 4 rv V cr ft! I A 1 i mi r. O W r Athletic' Council Honors tGridsters SPEAKERS DISCUSS I'AST AND FUTURE OP WILDCATS AT - BANQUET THURSDAY ) ' Football rovlows and previews wcro tho chief topics discussed Thurs- day night beforo moro than fifty pcoplcl at a banquet given in tho din- ing hall at Abileno-Christinh College. Tho lanquot wa& given by tho col lege nthletic coramlttco in honor of ' tho grid squad of 20 members. There was ayword of welcome from Dean James If. Cox chairman of tho athletic comnyittee and a response by C. B. Herturicks retiring captain of tho team fond also a student rep- resentative oijUho committee. NcwJCaptain Speaks Frank Wojrthnm captain-elect told tho guests eft tho "Team of '30" and "A Roviow if tho Past Season" was tho subject tof a talk by Coach A. B. Morris. Walter II. Adams was toast- ' master. r On tho entertainment program wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 December 1929

ytyKHWyWIHIil W1IWifojffl9Wa B&m bskshsr P rt IjMBrS mi' a1 jf5( : ' I '. I.' f Vi M- ttfev B--. I.- ' y mt. Uy ft .. fe ; !. m y Wi 3m Rmu. Jf eollegrDaines Plan' Work For Next Year At Friday Function . Each" member of tho Abileno Chris- tian Collego Dnmoa is to fill a Christ- tans stocking with toys and goodies . to he distributed to needy children 'through tho South Side Church of Christ misslont it was planned at a meeting of tho group held Friday afternoon in tho homo of Mrs. Earl Brown. Preceding tho social vhour; plans wero also made for tho study course for next year. As an entertainment feature Mrs. A. B Morris read a Chrlstmns story "A Day of Pleas- antBread" and "How to Monago a Husband." At tho tca'hour Mrs. Brown served Ico cream moulded and colored to represent Santa Claus mints and cako to the following guests: Mmes. Batsell Baxtor Walter H. Adams Don "Morris R. C. Bell J. E. Mc- Konzie H. L. Schug G. 0. Morlan and E. W. McMillan. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE FURNISHES JOBS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 January 1930

.v- Ui TtiiS&m ? &vXrt C3."j ' V. HI' .''i" ' " ' "- " ' '. i' a . y ('i " ' .. -.. ' .- trjf ' .. i I 1 ' 's l ' ;. Laborare Est Orare '' A ftl &V" . uumi .rtt Ik - Laborare.Est Orare U-J V 'm Vol. 17. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 0 1930. .No. i. fct .mi A. C. C. BEGINS WINTER TERM WITH NORMAL ENROLLMENT 9 m 1 I - " If- il '' b-f Wildcat Cagers Drop Season Opener To Tarleton Wednesday Night T I T ZTX mn T . 11 I AAiiPiin nmnna I T. 1 Fi . . 1 M7D ATI? rtlhPU DI AMC nnn tipT- rnnr W - -. -"Uy ' -Ti' ' i Rft. QUINTS TO MEET THERE AGAIN TONIGHT Statistically speaking wc have Inat pmert?p(U from ono of the srreatest Bnlr. "Eat Moro Turkey" weeks In the his- mmmrs'- - . ... tory of mankind. Records show mat three nnd oi e-half moro turkeys were enten masticated ground for deglu- tition and otherwise metamorphosed In the proc sss of anahollsm than were consul ned by starving Ameri- cans last yeq r. Can you Imagine that. " The figures) are simply astounding ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 January 1930

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 January 1930

mj THEOPTIMIST.ri:.' -t. wr .ijr-a 1 4 2 1 .A 'V- n Ef"i ' 'v r HP?: ' ' -E"-t$& 3 $ ttu- " 9s? .J w P . i'..r.;vira!'4..V' ." vv. ' . r.'..' fV.'." C.V' i'i &' u ' ; fcff .-u.'ini "Tf ' 1 " -"Tt - - x7. . Coach Weems Issues First Call For Track Aspirants on Tuesday WILDCATS. LAUNCH CAMPAIGN TO WIN CONFERENCE RACE Wlith n howling norther nnd Bleot storm to furnish concrete inspiration for mpro oxcrtlon nil students' pos- 1 sessing track aspirations met Tues day afternoon at ono thirty attha-rr- quest at jutK.i i uuiug-xg uiscuBB plans for the furtftefanco of track In A. C. C. andyfor the winning for the third coniccutlvo time of tho T. I. onshlp More than thirty followers of the cinder p a t h were present at the Opening session. Jot Hodges Cat Captain arrived Monday and led his mates in a light workout that afternoon. Rogupr workouts In track havo al ready started equipment has been Issued tSfoll lettermen who have re- ported fimi as Boon as a new ship- ment ojntcrlal urrlv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 January 1930

via f-'Ti WtJWsS iW; :V -thevoetimist &ara twffiJl ; :ii COLLEGE CALENDAR sJPriday January 10 ' 8:80 A. M. Chapel exercises. Flno arts morning. 8:00 P. M. Sight nlnglng class moots In administration bldg. 7)00 F. M. Evangelistic forum moots in tho Ad. building. "V1" j 8:0.0 P. M. Gleo club rehearsal in Sewell'Audltorlurrt. Saturday January 11 8:80 A. M. Chapol services. Sunday January 12 0:45 A. M. Blblo school for 11:00 A. Mi Church services. - 7:15 P. M. Evening sorvlce. Monday January 18 f- OlOO J. iU. Uliupei tAUllints. 3 7:00 P. M. Young pcoplo's Tuesday January 14 8:30 A. M. Chapel service. S-v ' 4:au v m. imorai uiud practice in oewou Auuivurium. j; 7 sou i'. jvi. uice uiud rencarsai in aowcii .auuiiorium. Wednesday January 16 '. 8:80 P. M. Chapel exorcises. Song morning. ';- 0:80 P. M. Mission study class meets in tho auditorium. t 7:45 P. M. Prayer meeting in tho Sowoll Auditorium. Thursday January 10 " '8:80 A. M. Chapol services. Address by Prof. M. V. Sho- walter. J ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 January 1930

Jkih- ' b -' '" ' - "rfi Wliillljf'V J 1. ' t f" ' - Laborare ct Honore - .i fc f Labors ctHnor 'VW CSgllF' WKTffilllM " L ' f J I - vvifi Effi w ( ' '" ' .''': OK. . T -li Vol. 17. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 10 1930. No. 15 1 CIVIC CLUBS TO HONOR A. C. C. BUILDERS FRIDAY NIGHT f i. . - r l r t E. Imp m- 'w3er-?iv 1"A" 3 Forensic TEAMS TO VISIT NINE STATES ON TRIP ' FIRST DEBATES TO BE WITH HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE HERE IN FEBRUARY Final arrangements are now being made for the most extensive debating season Abilene Christian College has ever sponsored. 'Walter H. Adams coach stdted the opening day of de- bate study that "there is better ma- terial than over before trying for the teamjb this year" and concluded his opening talk by saying ho was ex- pecting 'the most successful season in debate this college has ever had." The gHneral opinion among the group twing out for debate is that Jthc question this year is the most intercstitar they have studied. The question ft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 January 1930

'" Jt! B? THEIOJRTIMISK '5 'fti'j" 339P. '.. yr " -v rife 4 i ' 'A.- JS '"?. Jl1J Published Weekly by the Students . - -.' Optimist Office iSabscriptlon Per Year Address all Correspondence uu'd make all Money Orders Pnyablo to . THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. i Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager H. Max Leach Associate Editor Wade Banowsky Assistant Business Manager A. C. Etteh ..... Circulation Manager Evalyn Campbell Advertising Rcporlers Cordelia Page Elton Abcrnathy Harrcll Ward Comer Clay Tlialio Daley Anabel Stanfill William Gray. Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under Uie Act of August 24 1912. A. C. C. AND With tho time for entries for the contest loss than two months off it is high time that wo take moro than a passing interest in the work of raising tho journalistic standards of A. C. C. Pros. Baxter said in chapel services Jan. 13 "A. C. C. has not taken he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 January 1930

' V? 'i " I -i.ja ti SP .asTTHEropfiMisr i-VJ- jr Inf M-V m I V" ?: .. o6--' !&-' &? ift? lV M:. fiK k w m BASKETBALL MEN TOMEETOCC i FRIDAY NEXT GAMES WILL BE WITH WEST TEXAS TEACHERS JANUARY 24-25 According to an nnduncement from Conch Morris early this morning definite arrangements havo been mndo for the Wildcat Cagers to meet tho Oklahoma Christian Col- leges quint hero on Friday and Satur- day afternoons. Tho games will bo called at 2!30 p. m. on tho old Wild- cat gym floor. Tho noxt games that tho Wildcats are to ongago in are with the West Tcxob Stato Teachers' College Buf- . falocs at Canyon Friday and Satur- Vday January 24-25. '' Tho Buffaloes for tho past six or eight years have put out ono of tho strongest teams in tho T. I. A. A. and from -press reports they aro again- going to uphold their reputa- tion. . But still smarting with tho two defeats of last year tho Wildcats aro holding their daily workouts with blood in their eyes and if hard and consistent work me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 January 1930

s iiifiitfifiit'ityHLTjv1 FWTPV Mlfc""- isaHSWRiwa'Rr vi RVifft'i i'ft k Trt. St' r? v .Ji" nfKrt. If I THE OPTIMIST v. JWSf-v c " : "l 3Jb . Jf rX? r r .. T 1 'it' 'IBS M? lKg Hi'-' rSEtra ( Pf "" Hi1 - COLLEGE CALENDAR FRIDAY JANUARY 17 3:30 n. m. Chapel exercises. Flno Arts morning. 3:00 p. m. Sight singing class in administration building1. 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic forum meets in Ad. building. 8:00 p. hi. Gleo club rehearsal la Sewcll Auditorium. SATURDAY JANUARY 18 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Address by Prof. Willie Treat. SUNDAY JANUARY 10 0:45 a. m. Biblo school for nil classes. 11:00 n. m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:80 p. m. Evening service. Local minister in charge. MONDAY JANUARY 20 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Announcement morning. 7:00 p. m. Young men's meeting in threo divisions. TUESDAY JANUARY 21 8:30 a. m. Chapel service. Address by Prof. Yowell. 4:30 p. m. Choral club practico in Sowcll Auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Gleo club rehearsal in tho auditorium. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 January 1930

r Jrti- ir- Mmif$s TTJT 7 Wp S s '1. 3 Ur Memento Mori Memento Mori .hmt- j4mvmx- -w tth V It & r I - Vol. 17. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 23 1930. PRICKLY PEAR ANNOUNCES WINNER OF QUEEN CONTEST A Club Will Present Minstrel Show in Auditorium Friday Night CLUB WILL USE FUNDS FOR PARK CRITICS STATE MINSTREL IS POSITIVE CURE FOR ALL PESSIMISTIC MOODS The curtain rises tomorrow night at 7:30 on an hour and a halt of furious tun that bids fair to make the welkin ring with the reverberations and the echoes of hearty and whole- souled laughter. Tho fun Is colored- negro gen'man from way down south furnish tho amusement; when out of character they are members of tho "A" Club. Strong Man to Act. Ono of the outstanding presenta- tions of tho year in its continuous sparkling wit and fun it is also cram- med full from start to finish of melody and harmony that will cause one to run tho gamut from tears to an irresistible desire to stamp the foot in time to the music. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 January 1930

tjg THE OPTIMIST Btaojfisisfi Published Weekly by ths Students Optimist Office kaedpUon Per Year Address all Correspondence and make all Monay Orders PajabU to THE OPTIMIST AB1LKNE TEXAS. Hsmbtra of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ItOY STONE Business Manager Max Lkach - Wade Bakowskt A. C EtTER fcVALTO Campbell Advertising Reporters Cordelia Page Elwyn Bcdichek Elton Abernathy William Gray Harrell Ward Comer Clay Geneva Hall Pauline Chappie Anabel Stanfill Garnet Wilks Olan Hicks. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1912. APPRECIATION In last week's issue of The Rotater publication of the Abilene Rotary club W. R. Lcnce president of that organization wrote an editorial in which he praised the achievements oi Abilene Christian college. rolloW' ing are a few excerpts from the article: "It is highly fitting and proper that Abilene should give such rccoe nition of this fine inst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 January 1930

THE OPTIMIST Fe 3 j short H pn vciopuijMs H carts w &Jk Metis J" arv V l II Cats to Open Conference Race With Buffaloes at Canyon Friday BUFFS BOAST STRONG TEAM THISYEAR FELINE CREW BEGINS TO HIT TRADITIONAL STRIDE IN FINAL PRACTICE With Just the faintest trace of 'bated breath the Wildcats meet the strong Buffalo team on their own prairie and Canyon tomorrow and Saturday nights. Canyon if running truojo form will be ono of tho stlffcst teams to unbend that the Wildcats are up against this season; this being the first T. I. A. A. tiff for the Wildcats will only serve to moke things tighter. Coach Morris and his men left today for tho plains city. But with four games behind them the Wildcats are Just now beginning to hit their stride and with Plppen Powell Wfartham Block Chcevcs Hendricks Lawrence Reese and Keycs to chooso a fighting five from It will be no walk away regardless of who takes the game. Material Is Plentiful. The games with 0. C. C. brought out tho fact that there i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 January 1930

Pg8 4. THE OPTIMIST COLLEGE CALENDAR FRIDAY JANUARY 24 8180 a. m. Chapel oxerclsea. Fine Art morning. 8:00 p. Wv Sight tinging clats mceti In Admlnlitratlon building. 7:00 p. m Evangelistic Formnm meets In Admlnlitratlon building. 7:80 p. m. A Club Mlnatrel In Auditorium. 8:00 p. ra Glee Club rehearsal In Sewell Auditorium. SATURDAY JANUARY 25 8:80 a m Chapel servlcos. Address by Prof. Dalton Hill. SUNDAY JANUARY 20 0:46 a. m. Bible school for all classes. 11:00 a. m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:30 a. m Evening service. Local minister In charge. MONDAY JANUARY 27 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Announcement morning. 7:00 p. m. Young men's meeting In three divisions. TUESDAY JANUARY 28 8:30 a. m. Chapel service. Address by Prof. Don Morris. 4:30 p. m. Choral club practice In Sewell Auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Gleo club rehearsal in the auditorium. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Song morning. 6:30 p. m. Mission study class meets In the auditorium. 7:30 a. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 January 1930

H fWlrt-t lli1! ' i); til ittt till ! Vadc In Pace Vadc In Pace VoL 17. ABILENE CIIKISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS JANUARY 30 1930. No. 17. kji-i ir- m'Tji'' Tin i . wT-r- .. u 1 LOCAL STUDENTS DO CHARITY WORK M'KINZIE DONATES FOOD TO SEVERAL FAMILIES WHO ARE OUT OF WORK Billiards and sub-zero weather which have gripped West Texas dur- ing the past two weeks have brought their aftermath of want and suffer- ing. Duo to the work of the mission study class twclvo families havo been receiving help. The mission group worked in conjunction with the charity committee of the college Church of Christ and John McKinzie who supplied food from the college dining hall. Seven families were given food medicino and fuel by the college church during the cold weather. It was estimated that approximately $40 was spent In this way. In addition to this work Mr. Mc- Kinzie gave a number uf families cooked food and milk. The food was taken from the college dining room. In this manner-gallons of warm foods w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 January 1930

THE OPTIMIST Jffi5ifi Published Weekly by the Studtnta OptlmUt Office Subscription Per Tear . Address ail Correipondenc and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Memben of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Max Leach Wade Banowsky A. C. Etteu . Evalyn Campbell . Advertising Reporters Cordelia Page Elwyn Bcdichck Elton Abernathy William Gray Harrcll Ward Comer Clay Geneva Hall Pauline Chappie Anabel Stanfill Garnet Wilks Olan Hicks. Entered as second class matter June 28 lexas under tho Act WOULD YOU ASSIST THE PAPER? A newspaper is not something dead something laid out with pennies on its eyes but is a living organ reverberating with life. It is printed to bo read by living growing human beines. In this thine called a news paper thcro are two essential elements. There is the reading portion and tho part classified as advertising. One Is dependent upon the other. Busi- ness men advertise because people vit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 January 1930

THE OPTIMIST E8 3 Cats Drop First Two Conference Games LOCAL CAGERS ARE EASY VICTIMS FOR WEST TEXAS QUINT Meeting the Canyon Buffaloes last Friday night In the West Texas Col lego's gym the Wildcats wero handed the most severe drubbing It has been their lot to receive In many moons 64-18. Throughout the entire game only two field goals were made and the remainder of the eighteen points were mado on free throws. Hendricks tallied all of his shots to be high pointer for the Purple and White with six points; Black tagged on his heels with five; Chevcs got two and Flppcn one. I It was an uphill fight from start to finish tho Wildcats never seeming to get together that they might get to the basket. Coach Morris tried a number of different combinations to no avail; thus came the first defeat In tho conference race. In tho second game of the scries on Saturday night the results were practically tho same with the excep- tion that each team was content with ono point less than It had tallied...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 January 1930

Pago 4 THE OPTIMIST COLLEGE CALENDAR FRIDAY JANUARY 31 0:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Fine art morning. 3:00 p. m. Sight singing class meets in Administration building. 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Forum meets in Administration building. 8:00 p. m. Glee Club rehearsal in Sewell Auditorium. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 ' . 8:30 o. m. Chapel services.. Address by Prof. J. Eddie Wecms. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 2 9:45 a. m. Biblo School for all classes. 11:00 a. m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Local minister in charge. MONDAY FEBRUARY 3 8:30 a. m. Chapel service. Announcement morning. 700 p. m. Young Men's Meeting in three divisions. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4- AJ 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Address by Prof. Walter Adams. 4:30 p. m. Choral Club practice in Sewell Auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Glee Club rehearsal in Sewell Auditorium. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Song morning. 6:30 p. m. Mission Study Class meets in the auditorium. 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting in Sew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 February 1930

' - "-' ' .". . . ftftWr Vol. 17. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 6 1930. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 6 1930. No..i$iB 9 I5 hh. t i V II UJ... T & 1 w JSF uf r " Wjc ' MP . iBk Ten thousand Club Begins Sales Campaign Wednesday STUDENTS RALLY WITH LARGE GIFT DON MORRIS HEADS DRIVE TO ENLIST TEN THOUSAND CLUB MEMBERS Originating in a chapel assembly in tho early fall in which the collego president together with tho board of trustees and the city mayor epoko at tho dedication of tho new plant the Ablleno Christian Collcgo Ten Thousand Club gained momentum Wednesday after a banquet held at Chambers Hall on Tuesday night and a surpriso chapel program on Wednes- day morning. Don H. Morris general campaign manager J. E. McKinzie trustee and Hubert Derrick student representa- tive led a successful drivo during the hour which netted ?7G0 in cash and pledges amounting to moro than ?2- 500 made'by tho students. A total of 148 units composed of individu...

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