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

m'frrmmTz B- Rffi H.W?.v the optimist ' TiiUC ?iii fr 'fSaKrf ' JUt . r.-- ..j . ; i.v- i?.. -p- V . " ' . . i- .aav himIs.;-' W TIE1-' T3R ". ".T '"' if1' -iT b U- JO !; ' J - i v.f.. 'Hr 3 '3SM IBIKiL I aBlKHKPaMLIocriP"on. Fr Year itmsm0- Published Weekly by the Student of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Sewqll Auditorium $1X0 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiato Press Association. EXCHANGES THE BOOK CORNER The gleo and choral clubs of Mc Murry collcgo gave a musical pro- gram over WPAA Dallas yesterday. Tho glee club left Abilene early Sun- day and gavo several concerts enroujo to Dallas. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Max Leach .;. . ...... . Associate Editor Wade Danowskt .. . ........ Assistant Business Manager A. C Etter .......... ............................................. Circulation Manager Evalyn Campbell . ... Advertising Reporters Cordelia Pa...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 March 1930

riiKiifiiiB WMBmM ijfwRHmsSkrf 'v " - i - v J t ' THE OfTIMIST-( -Is t m?. m ij'v i ft H in- 'f i .V" 3s&mmWKm. a FT Wildcat Tracksters To Leave Friday For - . I ' I I Ml .1 STRONGEST TEAMS OF SOUTHWEST TO ENTER ANNUAL TRACK EVENT SPRINTERS 'TAKE DIG SPILLS IN WEEKLY TRYOUT HELD HERE SATURDAY Thirteen and possibly fourteen wearers of the purple and white arc to uphold the reputation of the Abi- lene Christian college track team day after tomorrow on Wortham Field at Fort Worth. Sotting an enviable record last year in taking 'first honors at tho South- western Exposition meet in conjunc- tion with Oklahoma A. & M. the . Wcomsmenkro again to peddle their " wares of tho cindor path to tho south- west at large In competition with tho best track teams of tho colleges of Texas Oklahoma and possibly Kansas. Two Divisions. Although there are to be two divisions in the meet of this year -ono for colleges and ono for uni- versities it has been rumored that A. 0. C. is to run in the un...

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

m '& I '.'e. .."VflttT'' COLLEGE Ifridy; march ki- ; 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. 3:00.)4 nu Sight Singing class 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic forum 8:00 p; m.7iQu'artfet practlco In SATURDAY MARCH! 16 ' &:20 a. m. Chapel services; SUNDAY MARCH iO' ' '0:i5 a. m. Blblo School for ll:Q0..a.im.f-Church services. 7:30 p. im.Evcmng service. MONDAY MARCH 17 w '8:30 a. m Chapel exercises. TUESDAY MARCH 18 . - 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises Address by J. Eddie Weems. : 0:00 a. m. College term examinations begin 4:30 p. m. Choral club practice in Sewell Auditorium. 7:00 p: m. Gleo Club practice in Sowell Auditorium. ;i WEDNESDAY'' MARCH 10 rf -" 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Gospel song morning. H 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting ia Sewell Auditorium. $ THURSDAY MARCH 20 -8:30 a. mj Chapel exercises. Address by Walter Adams. I 0:45 p. m. Critic class meets in Administration building. 7:00 p. m. Dramatic club meeting in Sewell Auditorium. English Literature In Number of Books Checked Out Of College Lib...

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

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

. .ftwJkZL.4." && n-i 'JiV' Wv ' .' KiWHIBf tf J tif - .7 ' - 1 i -w; ' I ' .:' "" H-3Hl i -' i 1. I ; "'" . - ' . 1zlMl'wi'jv' '-.ii-llL1.' L I - 3nti$jjfcu&li Published "Weekly by the.Studenta Optimist Office Subscription Per Year Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-In-Qiicf ROY STONE Business Manager Max Leach WADE Uanowsky . Assistant Dusincss Manager A. C. Etter Circulation Manager Evalyn Campbell Advertising Reporters Cordelia Page Elwyn Bcdichck Elton Abcrnathy William Gray Hnrrell Ward Comer Clay Geneva Hall Pauline Chapplo Anabcl Stonfill Garnet Wilks Plan Hicks. Entered as second class matter June 20 1929 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1912. ANOTHER Although wo stand for progress in every legitimate undertaking wc always approach the end of any piece of work with a degree of sadness. The hardest task ev...

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

? tAWw&UtiKttM p 'It ' 1 W VL'f I Ti U i tM. BIE?-"' M "4 w JEm -3S - H ' 'y fnejur f jag! r.i3ji SEE; """ j it faBS? i- JaHjWfca. . I Wlp ' J SOUTHERN METHOWST . 1930 FROGGRIDSTERS 1 & " PREPARES FOR RELAY HAVE HEAVY SCHEDULE TBK CARNIVAL NEXT WEEK Da'.las March 18. The Southern Methodist Unlvorslty Relays March 29 will hnvo among its entrants a world's champion Drrt Ne1s6n who has filed entry with the Butler Uni- versity team. .Nelson is the world champion indoor high jumper having cstabl'nhod a mark of 0 feet 0 Inches at an indoor meet last winter. Butler University was tho first school to filo official entry in the mUstnng relays. Saturday its entry of .fourteen athletes. wfcs received In- cluding the world chnmpion Nelson. Others Expected. Official entries wcro mailed out only recently nnd local authorities arc expecting them back In a few days. Other teams already entered V 4- 1iIaI linvt winl tllwl Mitt1 HiAI. S-t; blanks arc Illinois Iowa State Ohio State Pittsburgh ...

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

ktftia.' mMMLia V.-1J tf. : T MffSBaf. mi St . rerw. 7- - t -i fytf I J". ! V "V .r- la ' 1 i f: fi V .1 k. F-K u 1 -.' . ;.ii't n f ' ft ; ft i w?$ i'JmfB' and mm ilm3?$kfo I rr rzQapTiwe-ll 'WtyJfmm SV ' - COLLEGE FRIDAY MARCH 21 8:30 a. m. Chapol exercises. Fine arts morning. 8:00 p. m Sight singing class in administration building. 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic forum meets in Ad building. . 8:00 .p. m. Quartet practice in Sowell Auditorium. SATURDAY MARCH 22 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Address by Professor Brown. SUNDAY MARCH 23 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. v MONDAY MARCH 24 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Announcement morning. 7:00 p. m. Tryouts in Cox extemporo speaking contest. TUESDAY MARCH 25 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Address by Dalton Hill. 4:30 p. m. Choral club practice in Scwell Auditorium. 7:00 p. m. Glee club rehearsal in tho auditorium. WEDNESDAY MARCH 28...

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

miii . ninpiniiii i ii nil i up iiiuiinHiinimiMiiiiiiiia mi i i Wwwwwtro .. - '-'-' -j&iik&atsau J . MlA''i' .. K WEEMS ENTERS SEVEN TRACKSTERS IN RELAY CARNIVALS m - I J : : :aHte Vel. 17? ' ABILENE CIiniSTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS MAItCII 27 1930 - ' No. 28.. ' ' ' ' - ' jfe 7v"fWi i. LT& Ef&" Academy PLAY IS COMEDY; OF AMERICAN HOME LIFE PROCEEDS TO GO FOR ANNUAL CLASS GIFT TO ABILENE . CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Friday evening at eight o'clock in Sewell auditorium (ho Senior .Aca- demy class of Abilene Christian Col- lego will present "Skidding" a mod- orn domestic comedy of American life. This play is an interesting one; tltavlng played for a full Beaton in Now York. Humor and pathos are blended in Buch a way that it won the $300 Drama Leaguo prize in 1928. The proceeds of this play will go to tho buying of a gift for the school as is the custom of the class. Andy the kid brother played by Herschel North furnishes a great amount of humor by first falling in lore and then...

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

ifVwi P?CK i y . T k. ?.. - " OTE?OPTIMISTi . ... '' ; W 'xra 1 HI II wgt "a"' tp v. -- . ( Published Weekly by the StudenU iKLojtytefi Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year Address mil Correspondence and 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 Leach .. Leon Carter Associate Editor Wade Banovvsky Assistant Business Manager A. C. Etteu .............. ........ . ............................... Circulation Manager Evalyn Campbell ........ ........... ........... Advertising Reporters Cordelia Page Elwyn Bcdichck Elton Abernnthy William Gray Harrcll Ward Comer Clay Geneva Hall Pauline Chappie Anabel Stanfill Garnet Wilks Plan Hicks. - Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1912. THE EDITOR'S JOB Getting out a college newspaper is no small job. Students who have not had ...

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

fcv't' VJi-fc'T-rs If ;iiiiLv Pjfifl :-..v.-l Vi t X'- iJ-fY o. -.W '. '15. "il ii- f-. ' TT.W -l. mn NfVT1ttn-n v. 111c uriimui r . NOTED TRACK STARS WILL ENTER RELAYS AT TEXAS TOMORROW CHRISTIAN NEHERS DEFEND LAURELS IN ABILENE TOURNAMENT RAIN HALTS TENNIS Gridsters Begin Spring Training v.- TOURNAMENT FRIDAY WITH HOWARD PAYNE m& 1 ? - tfS h- a. RECORD HOLDERS FROM MANY PARTS OF NATION ARE AMONG ENTRIES te' !T - ' Austin Toxna. Stnra from half tho states In tho United States will grace tho stadium of the University of. Texas In tho sixth annual Texas relays to bo held March 28. Record holders in almost every class of event will defend their titles against all hopeful track men. Trophies worth in excess of $1500 will be awarded to individuals squads teams and schools. The University of Iowa is sending four noted men for the event. They aro L. D. Weldon national Amateur . Athletic Union Junior champion javo- . lin thrower with n distanco of 108 feet 4 Inchosj George L. Sallng ju...

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

is V J (J$W! . r". THE OPTIMIST ' e? JW .W bAr.' 4 Nt J c- I1 & 5 I r V i. a- Ifcv-i i v.. il J ' h j M W. uc COLLEGE CALENDAR FltlDAY MARCH 28 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Flno arts morning. 3:00 p. tn. Sight singing class meets in tho Ad building. 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic Forum meets in Ad building. 8:00 p. m. Academy seniors will givo play in Sewell Auditorium. SATURDAY MARCH 29 8:30 a. m. Chapel exercises. Address by Prof. Schug. SUNDAY MARCH 30 0:45 a. m. Biblo school for all classes. 11:00 a. m. Church services. Address by E. W. McMillan. 7:30 p. mr-Evening service. Local minister in charge MONDAY MARCU 81 8:30 a. m. Chapel services. Announcement morning. 7:00 p. m. Young men's meeting in threo divisions. TUESDAY APRIL 1 Holiday for April Fool. WEDNESDAY APRIL 2 8:30 a. m. Chapel exorcises. Gospel Bong morning. 0:30 p. m. Mission study class meets in tho auditorium. 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting in Sowell Auditorium. THURSDAY APRIL 3 8:30 a. m. Chapel service. Address by Willie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1930

vWftiMtWfli5a 'fc:r n-i Li .. I iA!T 'mmdem y Edition t wrai yS5fi .i 'raj - r. ' j . V fcS Mc V'. v 1 'SJSF kWill av . K'CJsmrr ' PA '.JWJVT HL.lt C ' 4i - PV5"I fff fctT I r -- - - - - - urarwHna-rr K"t I- :.- EN - If tu 9.- JT v fr. ? J ! mi:.- jsa l ! if- Be' K W 'fsfrl- tt ft. Attend Revival. Services" Vol. 17. ANNUAL SPRING Wildcat Tracksters CATS ESTABLISH BIG RECORD AT MEETS TEAM PLACEsIhIRD IN MILE RELAY AGAINST STRONG FIELD AT S. M. U Wood Hodges Thompson and Vaughn relayed Abilene Christian college into national track fame twlco again last Friday and Saturday tak- ing the baton through the medley mile relay for first plato at both the Texas and the S. M. U. relay carni- vals. The days of the predominance of the Hnstings Nebraska and the Kan- sas Teachers' college teams in the college medley faded into ancient history as Dyle Vaughn came in off his two-lap run to break the tape five yards ahend of the field at Tex- as and then repeated the samo per- formance n S. M. U. Fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1930

' 51 Timtitonsfi . j' A1' W - . .-riSk. ' I ?31 vt e'i i m ! Ktsftefi Published Weekly by the Students Optimist Office Sabicrlptlon Per Year . Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas lnter-Collcglate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Max Leach . Associate Editor Leon Canter. .. Associate Editor Wade Banowsky Assistant Business Manager A. C. Etter . .. Circulation Manager rjVALYN LAMPdeix ..................... Advertising Reporters Cordelia Page Elwyn Bcdichek Elton Abcrnathy William Gray Harrcll Ward Comer Clay Genova Hall Paulino Chappie Anabel Stanfill Garnet Wilks Plan Hicks. Entered as second class matter Juno 28 1929 at tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under tho Act of August 24 1912. ACADEMY SAFF . Herschel I. North Editor Woodie Holden ... Assistant Editor Mus. M. E. Auernathy Sponsor Reporters W. A. Mcnefee Dorothy Fayo King Roy Hufstcdler Elizabeth Dugger Mary Smith...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1930

7 '.'' j&&&stmWrAd rf M&m -''- - - - - . . . .lKj.'aUI' r r. '. THE OPTIMIST . " - ' y -. " - lMK i wmin ' .ii.ii.fi .ii. in 5'X .v & f. hn fc. ? --t BV r W. : tt'. :'W- 1. Ml fji . WEEMS SCHEDULES TRACK MEET WITH TEXAS AND A. AND M. WILDCATS WILL MEET DANIEL DAKER TRACKSTERS HERE SATURDAY WEEK Abllcno' Christian College's sonsn- tlonnl track team will bo pitted against tho Southwest Conference champions tho Texas Aggies in a triangular moot at Austin on May 2 with tho Wildcats Aggies and Texas University Longhorns pitted against each other Coach J. Eddlo Wccma announced Monday. Dr. H. J. Ettljnger of Texas UnU vcrslty suggested such a meet when ho saw tho Wildcats perjorm in Aus- tin last wcok. Plans wcro formulated and now'tho greatest meet in Texas will bring together tho T. I. A. A. and Southwest Confcrcnco Champi- ons. Tho Wcemsmcn will take a rest this week and prepare for their engage- ment with Daniel Baker on April 12. This will bo tho only meet in Abile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1930

:c ' -..' m m It 1' gh u FRED MCCLUNG PERFORMS MARRIAGE CEREMONY LAST SUNDAY Fred McClung reported nn unusual Incident that happened to him as he went to liia appointment at Woodson last Sunday. 'When ho arrived at the Clear Fork bridge a couple stopped him and asked him to marry thorn. Ho alighted and found a crowd as- sembled for tho corcmony. Tho couple was Byron Harlow and Miss Gladys Hughes. Tho samo coup- lo was baptized just a month ago by Mr. McClung at Woodson. Mc- Clung reported a good sorvlco at Woodson with one restoration. He is to preach there again next Sunday. o Miss Marguerite Sands Marries Bob Euler Sunday Morning Simplicity characterized the home scrvico Sunday morning when Miss Marguerite Sands only child of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sands of 1042 North First street became the brido of Bob Euler of Waco son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Euler of South English Iown R. C. Bell teacher of Bible and Eng- lish in Abilene CJiristian College read tho double ring ceremony in the presen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 April 1930

$&. ANNE Alf FRESHMAN EDITION "7 G sjTYv l i jr "$ rfl" V'Mk. S "uf H HlW IIIM Willi lMIHIIIIM !! WHBBarIBBBHHUiB MCJBHnK' niHUIH Tf ' iPIPiflKirainiH PilliHiH ; '"'- PtttOTOSHIMMttMK'X?. T'itfV4MHHIr ' $fc- r J ii L. u 1&1 If 1 II IP' miJ f IIIIIIII 0Wl I A "' '33 160 Strong 'W&Wii I. ... ! I ... ! - I. ..- y . II . JJAW V. t w if i h 5 Vol. 17. LARGE AUDIENCES HEAR Mc MILL AN IN SPRING ; - W Club Will I resent Old Maids9 Convention Next Monday CLUB CONTINUES " DRIVE FOR FUNDS " TWENTY GIRLS TO APPEAR IN BIG ONE-ACT COMEDY AND SPRING CARNIVAL j'Tho Old Maids' Convention" -rf onc-nct comedy by Lnura N. Parsons will bo tho feature act of the "W" Club entertainment which will be given in Sowcll Auditorium Monday evening April 14 at eight o'clock This program along with j number of other activities is boing sponsor ed to raiso funds to increase tho "W" Club loan fund. Tho first part of tho program Mon- day evening will consist of n read- ing by Lois Manly who will receive h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 April 1930

m m. SlttS to 5ffl i m "'A 3 ;! "- ir;"4: . j V )' 1 . 'I '?- w- ; 'i.i i t. rJ 1 v II M m is i ft! H m $ &' 351 I 4 J! ' 1 M $ I Tfc V Published Weekly by the Student ol Abilene Christian College. i --' Optimist Office. Scwcli Auditorium Subscription Per Year '- ..-- -.. $1.60 -Addresk all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas lntcr-Collcglate Press Association. I PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager 1 Max Leach ... a Associate Editor Leon CAnTEit ........:. Associate Editor 1 Wade Banowsky .. Assistant Business Manager A. C. Etter ................................................................... Circulation Manager Evalyn Campbell Advertising 3 Reporters Cordelia Page Elwyn Dcdichck Elton Abcrnathy William ' f M.. it.. ii t.j o..m. pt.. "?.... tinii nn..itA ri.nin A.nUni jiuyt iiuiiuii vtuau luiiiui jiujr ji;iiuvu Aiuit ji uuuuu v.uuJjJi; iuitwui Stanfill Garnet Wilks Plan Hicks. Entered as second...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 April 1930

rTHE OPTIMIST iv .r 1 ' l-l( "W " " J TIT . -- V ?"'' W Ml'lV ih. J rir r Wildcat Tracksters Will Meet Daniel Baker College Here Friday I ---- - - i mil .ii i . S? '-! -"': TOTT-MVf'rf'.W xt 1 I-1- s" s'. v- &r K . BAKERITES HAVE STRONG SQUAD THISYEAR DUAL MEET PROMISES TO BE THRILLING ONE AS OLD FOES MEET AGAIN Tho Daniel Bakor track team one ' of the strongest contenders for tho T. I. A. A. trophy will bo visitors "to tho Wildcat team Pridny at tho'lo- cal field. The meet ylll begin nt -2:30. v . The teams that met at tho provl- " ous moots at Fort Worth and Dal- las will again faco others being add- cd to round out tho squads. Hodges -who could not compoto at tho Dallas Carnivals becauso of injuries is again r. In form. Howover it is doubtful of ' ho will bo entered in tho relay. Other r Wildcat entries h'avo been definitely slated for their respective events. Threo of four men will bo entered in the two-mile threo in tho javelin threo in tho high jump and three in " tWvault....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 April 1930

Ussu ; W ? XT' 'iiMiTi -nl &'. r'-i X."l THE)0PTIMIST ;v7-. 'tLW l. . 5'" if ' & KUJ4Z " Tfil flWm? fS't'7 j ikt-t.1ijr?j( ) v f I . 1 J J -i wvti' V. ft t i if 8L If v K- AA-M .-.kTW Debaters Report Bumorour Events of Recent Journey (Adltor'a Note; This story was given exclusively for the freshman edition of tho Optimist by a member of 'tho Wildcat debnto party.) Tho band was playing (In chapel) to chcor tho Wildcat debaters as they departed on March 10 on a 8- 300 milo cross country debating tour. Interest in tho trip was especially high (among tho debaters) so high that few knew -when' tho party left how long elapsed boforo tho return or when tho return was mado. Sta- tistics show however (compiled from Classical Journal for May 1821) that Bro. Adams' Education classes rcal- Izo that ho has returned that the tennis team realizes that Derrick Is back that Victoria street has put on new follogo since Stono returned and that a certain young lady (Shhl It's just Norcno) Is sm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 April 1930

Sfc.WfTata5fi OTf.5:ffiK ..' T ' . - - " ; '" ' V.rwrawp '."W -' y;T- r . ' .1;".-LirA T 'f! fc:ry5..T ? :"-.. " Ci ' V ff A ' w i jr n mPHOMORE EDITION JL'' r-smsRPN-mr!a&mB&gmajz .'(" r! ' ' f ffijjST 'V ' .' fc i - ---- -rf-r - v " . " " fW'.Joj'; . - ??v v-f'Mte' .".. '? .-. r "U.t" ." ' !i&. i?- t '" 'Sincerest Form of Flattery ' 7Ck2 ' ' ' - 1 J-'i " J ?r &-" y. j-f vi - I M M lMVJX. ' A fc IV w - 4 "S t . 4 r aMxJfeffihff J VoL 17. CAT TRACKSTERS MEET BAYLOR AND T.C.U. AT FT. WORTH Training School Will Present Easter Program Thursday Evening MANY STUDENTS TO APPEAR MCAST " BOYS OPERETTA AND EASTER PLAYLET PROMISE TO BE BIGGEST FEATURES ' Featuring a themo of Easter the Training Schoool of Abilene Chrls- tinn Collego will present its annual spring program tonight at eight o'clock in Sewell auditorium. Wearing costumes appropriate for the characters they represent Naomi Busby will represent tho character Spring In "Spring's Welcome Eas- ter" Elizabeth McMillan h...

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