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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 February 1930

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 February 1930

imwm.F-mm r.WA 4jiJ.i3r mi mm i ' mt.i ;f:fTHEiOPTIMIST .1. ';S &: l J m H4 . ( - . VjL. if cr- - ' Wildcats Even Baker Series By 28 to CHRISTIANS HOLD EARLY MARGIN ON BR0WNW00D QUINT ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE DROPS FIRST ENCOUNTER TO HILL .BILLIES Taking a substantial lead in the first half Abllcno Chilstian College defeated tho Daniel Baker Hill Billies Tuesday night 28 to 24 and evened tho two-gamo series. The smooth Working offenso of the Cats kept tho Goats on tho defensive throughout most of tho first half. Tho Morrismon wero also good on the defenso and kept tho Billies from scoring a single field goal during tho first period their four points coming on f rco pitches. Outstanding players for tho Wild- cats wero Choves captain and Law- rence. They led tho way in tho scor- ing process. Pippcn at center and Hendrick at forward also turned in good work. The. entiro cnm showed up much hotter than it did the pre- vious night whon tho Wildcats went down In defeat. Goats Arc Wild...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 February 1930

V v! -t 'J . jimf&Mvr fwimH lfufiib- COLLEGE CALENDAR FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 8:80 a. m. Chapel services. Flno arts morning. 8:00 p. m. Sight singing clans meets in Ad. building. 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Forum moots in Ad. building. 8:00 p. m. Quartet rohoarsal in Sowell Auditorium. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 8:80 n. m. Ohapol oxcrcises. Address by E. W. McMillan. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 0 0:45 a. m. Biblo school .for all classes. 11:00 a. m Church services. Address by E. W McMillan 7:80 p. m Evening services. Local minister in charge. MONDAY FEBRUARY 10 8:80 a. m. Chapol services. Announcement morning. 7:00 p. m. Young men's mooting in throo divisions. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 11 8:80 a. m. Chapel exercises. Address by Prpf. H. h. Schug. 4:80 p. m. Choral club' practice In Scwcll Auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Glco club rehearsal in Sowell Auditorium. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 . ' 8:80 a. m. Chapel services. Religious song morning. 0:80 p. m. Mission study class moots in tho auditorium. 7:80 p. in. "Prayer meeting In S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 February 1930

V mi W& & M A wm rO.I im r.j&u 1yr .' ?"-f F1 !X '' "-; Per Pacem J AIWNE. ITOCAH . 1. ' . rx - "Pi I ' . ' -Ad Luccm - ' . ' - 'A. V ..- " .1 4 v ft r Vol. 17. ABILENE CIIRI8TIAr COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 13 1930. No. IM if D lir" '. fell. '. Sta-' '1 A W . tok Vatl hJf m. r' !? m: PV DEBATERS OPEN SEASON HERE TONIGHT HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE TO MEET WILDCAT DEBATERS IN CONTSTS HERE Great interest Is being manifested in debate work as tho. time for col- lege debates draws near. In tlie last meeting of tho debate class C. W. Cecil and Forrest Waldrop debated tho affirmativo against Margarot Wolf and Paulino Chopplo. Sovoral "new ideas wore presented and dis- cussed regarding disarmament. Tho first college debates will bo held hero tonight and Friday night with Howard Payne. Tho boys' team will debato tho affirmntivo on Thurs- day and tho girls' team the negative on Friday. Thoso who debated in tho last class mooting will represent tho cbllego for these debates Tryoute N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 February 1930

&K&3AV"&JU ?Tj?5Sr7rKWEI H w i v - f -a ""isfXl ' j i- . "!. f. VMJmit . r Hi ?' f jMw ' Jf " ".- T1IE OPTIMIST '4 fir - - 'v- ' . i 1 Ufl.' liltVJptimB Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Year $1.50 Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. ' bers of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Young Men 's Meeting PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager ........... ........................... ..... Associate Editor ....... Assistant Business Manager ................................................... Circulation Manager ELL .. .......... Advertising delia Page Elwyn Bcdiclick Elton Abernathy William yard Lomcr Clay Geneva Hall Pauline Chappie Anabcl Wilks Plan Hicks. fad class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene iexas under tho Act of August 24 1912. ABRAHAM LINCOLN bam Lincoln was a great man few would dare to deny. His fnym for all that is desirable in Ame...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 February 1930

HL . i . - - i . . . . Wildcats Divide With Lions and Win From Texas Tech Matadors ffl . ............. ......... ........-. m -IIHIMRMVll HP VII 9Nf mV' ; 2f w .' if sw tr s r -. :& & h CHRISTIAN QUINT UPSETS DOPE TO SPLIT EAST TEXAS SERIES EAST TEXANS DROP TO THIRD POSITION AS RESULT OP DEFEAT ON TUESDAY Interest In Cage Race Mounts High Fans Eagerly Await Outcome Of Clashes In T.I.A.A. Coming Week-end Ao always tho unexpected is tho sensational. Tho Wildcats gave ti heavy doao of tho sensational to court fans on Tuesday night when they handed a bitter defeat to tho ranking team of tho T. I. A. A. and ono of the best touted teams of tho -state to tho tuno of 19-20 With this its first dofeat of tho season tho Commorco Teachers team withdraws to about third placo in ' tho race and leaves San Marcos in undisputed possession of "the field for tho time being Cats -Use Lions.' Stall Using successfully a stylo of play which local -fans havo not before seen them uso tho Wildcats em...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 February 1930

mi artmrwi '4'iV-.- V.' 1 i (r"w ?rfiJ t '' -&' SIX 1 ' T.V-'T '' '...'"'-" "33 ; .. . "vfrtr W 'S THE OPTIMIST )LLEGE CALENDAR FEBRUARY 14 u m Chapel exorcises. Fine arts morning. p. m. sight singing class meets in Ad. building. p. m. Evangelistic forum meets in the Ad. building p. m Quartet practlco in Scwcll auditorium. 'AY FEBRUARY 15 m. Chapel Bervlcc. Address by Prof. Paul C. Witt. CEniTTATJV in .l uuivuju.t.1. r a. m. Biblo school lor all classes. a. m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. p. m. Evening service. i.ocai minister in charge. FEBRUARY 17 n. m. Chapel services. Announcement morning p. m. Young men's meeting in thrco divisions. kY FEBRUARY 18 a. m. Chapel exercises. Address by President Baxter. &p. m. unornl club practlco in tho lino arts building. (p. m. Glee Club rehearsal in Sowcll auditorium. 3DAY FEBRUARY 19 m. Chapel services. Gospel song morning. p. m. Mission study class meets in tho auditorium. Fp. m. Prayer meeting in Sewell auditorium. &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 February 1930

J$$ - $! 4i 'Iftv araMEms v W&VSm Wffi'a: 't 1 '. t (J-a MSJ & V' ) ' : - Get Those Goats t A 'S Get Those Goats W Vol 17. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 20 193 No. 20. ANNUAL COLLEGE LECTURESHIP TO OPEN MONDAY NIGHT Melpomenean Players To Presnet. Three- act Mystery Play Tonight y I '"'- lv i " 'J I'. . h v irt " - . PLAY IS aiMAX OFGROUP'S WORK STRONG CAST OF SEVENTEEN .STUDENTS TO GIVE-BIG TERM PRODUCTION "Tho Thirteenth Chair" a three- act "mystery play the most talked of and most highly anticipated play tho. dramatic club has presented since "Romeo and Juliet" threo years ago will be shown by tho Melpomenean .Players this 'evening at eight o'clock in tho collego auditorium. The ad- mission prico will bo fifty cents as is customary. " The play is proclaimed by dramatic critics to be ono of the most -thrilling ard interesting ploys of the season. Its author Bayard Veillcr is noted for his mystery plays. Besides ''The Thirteenth Chair" he is responsible f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 February 1930

titJMwBti Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Green Building Per Year ?1.60 nil Correspondence uud make nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. embers of Texas Intor-Collegiato Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager BKY . Associate Editor Assistant Business Manager Circulation Manager pbell ....... . AdvcrUsina ardclin Page Ehvyn Bcdichck Elton Abcrnatliy William Ward Comer Clay Ccncva Hail Pauline Chappie Anabcl ict Wilks Olan Hicks. :ond class matter June 28 1929 nt the Postoffice at Abilene i T .!. A.. f A . nA lnin icAus unucr uiu iiui oi august 4' t-'Ji-z.. EXCHANGES Dr. J. W. Hunt nrosident of Mc- Murry eolk-sre. recently underwent a nasal operation made necessary by an Otfenslvo bona in his noso which im paired his breathing. Sixty-five students have cither been dropped or have withdrawn from C. I. A. because of low erodes made dur ing the first semester and 170 stu- dents were placed on the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 February 1930

i ( '4 Swir 3nl' MkffiHPRrl'rS! fflvWWurTnPHWfi u$i ?r vs. ?wyj"-s av:vrjf . v.1 .. "." THE OPTIMIST '' . - Wildcats Boost Their Percentage By Defeating Sul Ross Loboes f m v - y V.i. t 5 0 ' :- ? 4- Jv ii. ' jrL .v .-Wf :": n ji- ' y. V- ' . &ir ffl CHEVES LEADS FIGHTING . MATES IN SWEEPING LOBO SERIES Trotting off with tho second game of tho series with Sul Ross played in tho high school gym oh Tuesday night the Wildcats thereby boosted their hnttin nvcragoMn the T. I. A. A- to .500 for tho first limo of tho season. t f The game throughout w.as minus practically any thrills- duo to tho Vvldo margin tho Wildcats managed to at- v tain and keep between thorn and ho ': Loboes. Tho ono .timo when things did becomo rather tenso "was in tho second half when tho Loboes pulled up to within two points of the Cats Thrills Arc Missing. l" As well as' being devoid of thrills the gamo was slower than tho pro- '.K verbial terrapin and few long sh"its were attempted by cither side. r In tho l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 February 1930

v .-l KaaaaaaaKl ' t&9 aSPu fflt'r ft 55 r ! COLLEGE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Fino arts morning. 3:00 p. m. Sight singing class meets in tho Ad. building. 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic forum meets in the Ad. building. 8:00 p. m. Quartet practice In Sowell Auditorium. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 ' 8:30 a. m. Chapel service. Address by Prof. G. C. Morlan. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 23 0:45 a. m. Blblo school for all classes. 11:00 n. m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:30 p. m. Evening service. Local minister in charge. MONDAY FEBRUARY 24 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Announcement morning. 7:30 p. m. Lecture by Professor Walter H. Adams. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25 11:16 a. m. Chapel exercises. Lecture by Don II. Morris. 3:00 p. m. Fino arts program presented in Auditorium. 3:80 p. m. Lecture program. Address by G. C. Morlan. 7:30 p. m. Sermon prcsonted by J. Paul Slayden. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20 11:15 a. m. Chapel service. Address by President Baxter. 3:00 p. m. Program by Fino A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 February 1930

rL ' t . T "W1 UA -:T -S Ki' srv.. -"Attend the .Lectures .4 Attend the Lectures SB " "' jr ' f VoL17. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FEBRUARY 27 1930. no. m HUNDREDS OF VISITORS ATTEND COLLEGE LECTURESHIP 4 ' c If t. . If :r .. r M College Forensic Teams Prepare For Extensive Debating Tours GIRLS TO MEET UTAH TEAM FRIDAY STONE AND DERRICK DEBATE TEXAS TECH TEAM HERE . MONDAY EVENING Last week the debaters started their season In earnest Both the boys' and girls' teams have been chosen. 7ho girls team will debate Wcher College tomorrow at 2 o'clock. Tho boys team meets Tech represen- tatives hero Monday evening. To top it all tho girls debate tonr starts Tuesday. Mora interest was shown this year than ever before in girls' debating. Coach AdamB remarked that the girls' team for this year will givo oppos- ing colleges plenty of opposition. In the: try outs Monday Norene Culbcrt won first honors; Evelyn Arconoaux received second place; Pauline Chap pie third; and Margaret Wol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 February 1930

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 February 1930

MMffmi ' '- i'i? y ; ' rffi&ffiWg WW; tm recasw ; iih;.-- -.' 'Z. VTHEOPTIMISTV ui'i Ubi ' erM -.H 'a '. rj . ..HK-iC '38fc'5! 1T Lr . I JP Wiicats Divide Double Ml With Daniel Bakk Here Ust Week - PERSONAL EOULSMTURE SLOW TILT SATURDAY AS CATS LOSE In a game featured by personal fouls and ejection of -players' the Daniel Baker Hill Billies took the second clash of a two-game sorien from Abllono Christian college Wlld- catb in tho high .school gymnasium Saturday night tho score being 21 to 15. It was the last stand of the Wildcats on the homo courffor tho 1030 season. The gamcwas an exhibition of bad basketball from start to finish with the Goats finally emerging victorious. Tho Cats led In wild passes fouls and-poor goal shooting. Profiting by fouls' tho Bakcrltos converted to put over tho winning scores. Fouls Aro Plentiful. A total of 29 personal fouls was assessed during tho melee. Three members of' each club were ejected on account of personals. Sixteen of the fouls wero ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 February 1930

- C : .a...... it ti J4T?-S-T i AI1W ZJhUflBHMiHK. . 1 t - i. T. r COLLEGE CALENDAR FRIDAY FEBRUAIIY 28 11:16 a. m. Chapel exercises. Address by J. Paul Slaydcn. ; '3:80 p. m. Discussion on teaching by Dean J. F. Cox. ' 0:80 p. m. Evangelistic Forum mcts in the Ad. building. 7:00 p. m. Quartette practice in Sewell Auditorium. 7:80 p. m. Address by J. Paul Slayden. SATURDAY MARCH 1 8:80 a. m. Chapel services. Address by M. V. Showaltcr. SUNDAY MARCH 2 9:45 a. in. Blblo school for all classes. 11.00 a m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:80 p. m. Evening sorvicc. Local minister in charge. MONDAY MARCH 8 8:80 a. m. Chapel exercises. Announcement morning. 7:30 p. m. Young men's meeting in three divisions. TUESDAY MARCH 4 8:80 a. m. Chapel service. Address by Professor Treat. 4:80 p. m. Choral club practico in Sewell Auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Glee club practice in Sewell Auditorium. WEDNESDAY MARCH C 8:30 n. m. Chapel exercises. Gospel song morning. 0:80 p. m. Mission study clas...

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

J' titibtir sm&'--r : 'Lfc-'i -iMt.. llWe wMkTmm rt to mmmmMmMmmmMmMMMWffimm J. . ; t .c i Fine Arts Recital " '""$ - mMr I"! lOlP Wlflil I II ll 1 lflfl T "- ' ' AttS RcdtaI " IBR! Vol. 17. - ABILENE CIini8TIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS MARCH G 1930. No-(2iMtUf . v. & H.f ! K- v I r I. Ml V r.. fr . vs $ ANNUAL LECTURE PROGRAM IS SUCCESS t LECTURESHIP CLOSES FRIDAY NIGHT WITH ADDRESS BY J. PAUL SLAYDEN Tho thirteenth annual lectureship of Abilene Christian college closed Friday night with J. Paul Slayden principal 8peaker of Fort Worth do- HveringL tho closing address. Mr. Slayden spoke on "Tho Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the Dead"."" ' Hundreds of friends and patrons of the institution from Texas Okla- homa New Mexico and Arkansas at- tended tho lectures. "Ws aro well pleased with what has- in many re- spects been the best lecture program tho college has over had" said Bat- soil Baxter collcgo president on the. closing night. Many out-of-town trustees were present during...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 March 1930

-..t:i- . Xi.Iil 1 lll-f K r . won ." . i ' SuFcpuM '." m U P diilriBft&-ffTO?. JMPm" r-' aa- a a i mini. i- im b WTMRrrnin i .r a v. : . j &7 tiof$tt Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Sewell Auditorium Subscription Per Year ?U0 Address nil 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 MAX LiEACH ............... ISSOCiatC ttCLltOT Wade Banowsky Assistant Business Manager A. C. Etteii .. .. . . ........................ Circulation Manager Reporters Cordelia Page Elwyn Bedichck Elton Abernnthy William Gray Hnrrcll Ward Comer Clay Geneva Hall Paulino Chappie Anobel Stanfill Garnet Wilks Olan Hicks. Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1912. NEW TENNIS COURTS A. C. C. is finally going to have some good concrete tennis courts....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 March 1930

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 March 1930

JU.'!t .vl v .1- u f ?" . COLLEGE CALENDAR FRIDAY MAItOH 7 8:80 a. m. Chapol exorcises. Fine Arts morning. ; 8 tOO p. m. Sight singing class moots In tho Ad. building. 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic forum moots in tho Ad. building 8:00 p. m. Quartctto practice in Sewell Auditorium. 'SATURDAY MARCH 8- $2 ' 8:80 a. m. Chapel services. Address by Prof. R. C. Bell. l SUNDAY "MARCH 9 u:io u. m. xiiDio scnooi xor mi ciunacs. 'Si V .! tf 11:00 a..m. Church services. 7:30 p. m. Evening service Address by E. Ww McMillan. Local minister in charge. MONDAY MARCH 10 8:80 a. m. Chapel services. Announcement morning. 7:00 p. m. Young men's meeting in thrco divisions. I?' TUESDAY MARCH 11 f u:ju a. m. inapei exercises jumiun iiiiib iiiuiuiiij;. i- 4:30 p. m. Choral club practice in Sewell auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Glco club practice in Sewell auditorium. ' WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 8:30 a .m. Chapel services. Gospel song morning. 0:30 p. m. Mission study class meets in tho auditorium. 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting in S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 March 1930

sJsJPumtSskSiSituf 'm t-S- w ft... IT .M 1MBMWKW H'BK' rwaSHI '. Min & mA ' i nii. - . ' Junior-Senior Banquet ETHWWggTy ; t M. . V-J .. .- wfjii ;' "Vi.;- '-f'"-..! -gMI f Ji -' 'V- - HI jL.. HI nf" .. Junior-Senior Banquet f -JiPt't SHrr 5t . t r V - ' '; '-!' 'U .tli 1 Vein. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 13 1930. No.-23 "V f -' . w - II H 'W ' l:.' t . . - T . ! .. m m ? It" 9B Saw" JUNIORS TO FETE SENIORS TONIGHT AT ANNUAL BANQUET Men Debaters Will Leave Next Week On Three thousand Mile toiir '' i A SHORT SHORT STORY (Mostly Tragedy) Would she have dont It beforo he could reach her? Something told him sho would. Was it futile to rush madly back? Hq. would try. Madly ho race dforty blocks back until ho reached Flats No. 42. Boforo tho tall imposing structuro of cold stone ho raced forty blocks back until ho foro rushing In tho arched doorway. On tho top floor he saw it even hor little hands were red. Oht it was cgony that he endured.. Ho staggered blindly for ...

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