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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 April 1930

"CTrfT-N- - 1- YT RW i'w ir m. i .3'?' IffiOPITMisT iW. l ? if' tii tttee Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwell Auditorium Subscription. Per Year $1.60 Addresi all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Fayabla to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas lnUr-Collcjtlate Press Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Business Manager Max Leach Leon Cauteii Wade Banowsky A. C. Etter ........ EVALYN CAMPDELL . ... Associate Editor .... Associate Editor Assistant Business Manager Circulation Manager Advertising Reporters Cordelia Page Eiwyn Bcdichck Elton Abcrnathy William Gray Harrcll Ward Comer Clay Geneva Hall Paulino Chappie Anabel Staniill Garnet Wilks Olan Hicks. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at tho Postoffico at Abilene Texas under the Act of August 24 1912. SOPHOMORE STAFF Cordelia Pace Editor Clovis Watson - Assistant Editor Garland Keyes - Sports Editor Obville Hamilton - Typist Reporters: Olan Hi...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 April 1930

v'" "' '-was?- '- ; . - - ?- ;- . i A if "A'-4 ;!; -4 i "i "i-nfTi nfl'i irummiar" -.ft-. -.-- - " -- .. . M 'HSHBWMIMUHIMWRHHaMHBHHHBHHHHHHHlHHHHHfllBH iifofrfJf2 "&r :t v a Ktfif iYv t. L 4 . .rvaw .iwi.-.i' KEEsfeti : -:: 4t '' w ' Imf' i3 ". . .'.TfiE':OPTIMIST ' ;""'1 ' 'pSHHH rTrTTBiMffinrirttMmm humum i iwi wwiMWiHihniifciMiiiini 1 1 mi M 11im j - H..r . r 1 IIL x.J'''Zjtu7m.aZnn!m H mmmmm ' If Thinly Clad Wildcats Defeat Daniel Baker Here Friday 69 to 48 CHAMPIONS TAKE NINE FIRST . PLACES ADAMS AND RATLIFF DIVIDE HIGH-POINT HONORS IN "ANNUAL DUAL MEET In tho dual meet between A. 0. 0. and Dantcl Baker with several hun- dred spectators looking on soma times in awe-struck silence and some- times in uproarous excitement three T. I. A. A. records were surpassed and another equaled as the Wildcats threw leaped and raced their way to a 00 to 48 point victory over the Hill Billies. Captain Hodges who is still hinder- ed by the leg injured weeks ago was led to the tapo by Rntllf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 April 1930

"t&S w$m fW ?? . ir 'i1 THE OPTIMISTTr':? m .1 a - ... - . - -nMdkBMklMkMkMMMaMlMiMh iiwrnnrnp ii ii iiiiiwuniri iin Ttr i .- ti a. mi . . "-? ... .: . . i"W"""P III I . . .". - .' -.- -(.' JJZZZ: - :- - - . . " .i. -. "s - ji .- m W W J & i xtJ! m 1 . $ S 1 .- - Lit' I 1 I 1 Lucky 13 Gives Dinner At Hilton Hotel On Tuesday Night The Red and Gold rooms of the Hilton Hotel wore tho scone of a de lightful dinner of tho Lucky 18 given Tuesday evening as their annual mceteinz for tho old mombors and their guests. In keeping with the springtime theme which was used a centerpiece which was a miniature summer cottage and bowls of sweet pens of pastel tints gavo color to tho tablo decorations. Proceeding tho cocktail camo n welcomo extended to tho guests by Cordelia Page toast- mistress. Following tho dinner Mildred Ca- ruth mado a toast and sang through request "Down In Old Joe's Bar- room." Clovls Watson followed with an after-dinnor speech and Frances McGrady sang "If I'm Dreamin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1930

tor - V - - - - - ..l..y -.. - - MMtoXXfiOtie tea ' . " ' ' ' H R' I'J Itf rt-iJ' 5. a.1 H1 y a ' Vtr kv IK" kv rR I Si-v &T:.; X r i fc K K 1"W 8- ' itr n Sr"l I rJ ' . m tjf d? i r-vJ- r ;. iK Vet 17: RELAY TEAM TO COMPETE IN DRAKE CARNIVAL SATURDAY Four Press Club Delegates Attend State Convention At Huntsville MEET TO aOSE ON FRIDAY NIGHT ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLIEGE ENTERS PRESS MATERIAL IN NINE DIVISIONS James Chambers edltor-elcct of the 1931 Prickly Pear Comer Clay Wade Banowsky and' Leon Carter representatives of the A. C. C. press club left Wednesday morning for Huntsville where they' are attending the twentieth annual Texas Intercol- lelgate Press Association convention. Sam Houston Teachers College press club is host to the convention this year. Principal speakers for the journal- ists aro W. 0. Huggins editor of the Houston Chronicle and Miss .Mabel Ncal editor and state senator. This evening the delegates of the T. I. P. A. aro being entertained at a ban- quet. Rev. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1930

:' A'afflSssaffl &SSft .T'r -CJt i i .3a? " ;ywESSBiiytg-a55Mi5B IJfc IHII I I . . . . ... .. . .. . .. ... . -.. --- - . - - - : tt -n Tldll rr ti.it rv -"i w- ...-- . -- ; r - I I l J i i i in 1 'J ' ill ' II i ''llr ' 31 il ! m ' Wk J& i f ! I- Is IH '. Mm?:' i '" n wr j SsJIjl Subscription jffiUfJiaw ttmm Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium $1.50 Addresb all Correspondent and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Members of Texan l.ntcr-Colleirlnte Press "Association. PAUL SOUTHERN Editor-in-Chief ROY STONE Ru?inr Mnnncrr Max Leacji ... Associate Editor Leon Carter. Associate Editor Wade Banowsky ... Assistant Business Manager A. C. Etter . Circulation Manager Evalyn Campbell Advertising Rrporters Cordelin Page Elwyn Bcd'click Elton Abcrnntliy William Gray Hnrrcll Word Comer Clay Geneva Hall Pauline Chappie Anabcl Stanfill Garnet Wilks Olnn Hicks. Entered as 6ccond class matter June 20 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1930

iitai( v ; r- W I I ' " rx ""fwetrae. - j '. immmimmlBlll f I "! 9 . "Wildcat Trackster Take Triangular Meet With Baylor and T.C.U. -CATS BETTER 4 3 ;RECORDSIN '; ' MEET' LEAfcH SCORESjHfGHEST FOR ;' 'ABILENE CHRISTIAN BY TAKING INE POINTS r ' - Tha Abileno Christian Collero - Wildcats net their best marks of the - - season in track and field events last ' Thursday as they trounced two Southwestern Conferonco teams tho " Baylor Bears and tho Texas Chris- 4kt;iftetian University Frogs at Fort Worth. " '"' L The triangular track moot ended Xi with tho Ts I. A. A champions leading sffjiuwith 02 1-4 points. Tho Bears polled S.1vFrogs stayed In the" background with W22 S. nolnts. "ri&$ "-Thursday's victory proved a tldo 'jyVpEy If water mark for. Conch weenvs track '-t. men In two rcanccts. Tho triumnh t HTv was remarkable not only because of ' win over two of tho big conferenco Ti -'s truck 5aiJ ss? MLZWl nfl dbdSTt VI SEft - -It teams but even moro bo bo- causo of tho best mnrks ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1930

e;grg 'V-'VW'tf &UfVt SUM sszassa f- mtuwiwmiiin iiimiii. aj ii . 'i i m ...... ii j . mmitiiawwaililHtMWfciBMilBiBMil ft ifcjyfMS-MM-jnrt-y r fm i mitbmjmm 7SwWBTfttSirSiTTMBBMSffKniTiS5i1BBIIMB!Wi'T!ii!11 l'""ll'l"l'"'"lw''Jw"t"wll'J''-"'t-' ' .... -n-.-nviT -- ' "' iTnlmi-i M MitiihmMiiiMtfiiiiaiiiirMrT magn-iiiiiinini-r --Jli -Imiii i if" ----- - -----iMMMriWni r.iSir----- ' ' "-J- --zzaagjuTij- IP 'ML .JillMIHUiMMilMB II PHI ' iW ffl 1 1 1firrlBMKIIJllMli1lllira IfrTT T Hi wjw9y v "twb"?w i i in in mm ii mil i in i iii in in i ii i i mi nrniiiTf i mm mi i hi i inmiii i i i tiim ii imimbimm.i iii mi mi 1 1 imiim mn n iiiim iiiiiiiiii 1 1 iii n -- v - v. j. a- ?.-. - V N A I VI J 3! w itf' v M V a a' i i n ? .' r' &l fe J ru 7 is" mi ft aA f 7 JS .' i ii ml' Uj; H II Tl"l I ' II I V l DEAN COX OlAraL (H4 THltRNQAY fV "Ipmtlm teaohers Wm4 m tlwttlal that they ;fori boys jmhI girl and sfcerlfioe them for a system of teaching' This statement was made by Dean .Tamea F. Cox Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 May 1930

'-JF'" -" 'mmm ' mim '' Bm'1 ii'Akm :M . A' tfA ffipwp( m m 0m m s mmWkmmm ' ''midmL-.jmVm mm' ' i' fci.aa m ? $& Dedicates Mckly Pear In Elaborate CeremmlS&mMi " vW" m 'SVy.i-. ji .V jl?Ltf S-' J &'. .'ilt.b'U vfAa ;.VK : Ml '!' - ) 'V IN .A'lV ' ."iiiSi te'k" ' GOAGH-(WEEMS .IS f recmeNtof i HONOR DISTRIBUTION OF YEARBOOKS BEGINS TODAY AT l:3i IN ANNUAL OFFICE "In honor of J. Eddie Weems pilot Hof two charilpionship track teams Ikfirat mate to the Bonior .class for four $years navigator par-excellence of the : stormy seas of student life in Abilene VChrmluv' College--tho satis. qf the 1930 Prickly Pear. fire rpudiy un- ival&&.'' So reaSa the dedication vsigned byJEldon Busby- editor and Leslie Huff business nianago i; of. .the (Prickly Pear which yma pnhlicly.ded- vlcated to "Coach Wleeraa In chapel yes- terday morning. This 'dea'ication-'came tiB a fittlnc climax to the sneech ; Weems had just made presenting 'tho college with the beautiful trophy won 'by the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 May 1930

V n 1 1 'i. v.r .. MB rtv ; ; J; .. ' ' ' ' "-s V - ' H . H Mi (MM 4;. -A w ii. m. Aiffll Vfeiip-:J..iir' . i riU fee. Tear earto. t- J&...... .'. a Cotrus Mid . O mm t wiii. . " '""I "f PAUL SOUTHERN IdhorTnflriiif' ROY STONE Business Manager V iiSi I -l '"' " ' - - sr.MiLA -! . 'AwrH;; Cahmnbk awtiWi' ffnrfjJffiPtf. Il .Mtf Tl ' J ?.." - Cray Harrell Ward Comer Clay Geneva Hall Pauline Cbapplo Anabel Staafilfr Garnet Wilks CHaa IWcj Entered as second cla fearer June 28&W29 at the Poetoffke at Abilene . $ " ." ATte'frAufcuet 2. 1913 ;v SENIOR iD.fHARRBix Ward IGkneva Haix ii. IIhaua DAunr LkonCawer' Ltttor Baker: iroMEH Hailey ' ' "?"? LaVarae DuckwortkwMahU5MitahelliMatiBlno Stewart :Lois Maalyi. :' k-3 - ' B'Afc LOOKING PP.". v ; It ffiuer be wonderful to nlwavs "Uvo above the stars. But more .wonderful :iai.tlw ability to; Work in .the i'frnidst of. hardship sufferings and sin and yet bo- able to see the finer vthing of life. -r That is' an impression gained from the: ta...

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

'Kf3BliiB Bwinfriti flriWILttlP IkJwlk Jliwwv HWtUiB IIIJIIII mcuiCf MJmWtlkWLw Wl: viik tnttfcutfc u i.vADiiatrtitrffiCTKf vk''5k.. A .At I iwJJlJLM aTMfc sm.. uui'liU viVUltiu liJ ft mI$jN iWrYAtoS V- 3BW1l ' INTER-CiiSS ; SKH'kimAD' . ' '; SpVSMsW MEET " npr w-rimu saiukuai .; JLllMiirei?JFMlfV. ' v F; .... " NMtewii'lkriNlc JntweaU paused for y-'WmPTW' MiWWH .-jBumtwwr nj.mnuun vu ftHlHilHlnfrdUHV..T-MlHm aamnitwef we Benson from Texas. - -n--vi m 1W5W .S NMtnwl trjwlc nteresU paused for wwawtifcSaturdar afternoon to WWHwfco tbtv consideration' a second ec m .season from Texas. Thf AbttMW Christian College med- ley It'iettra was Wiot sensation. 'AJfcitlwi.famous fourr-Jeeeie Wood Jot ' iMfM JErneat Thompson find DyletAMffii-4gped through the sprint odtirUi at the Drake Relays list ' . (viiwly; 'W set a new meet record of '.'"'" thrMaiHuieatand 8318 seconds there- j by olHiigVO-lO's of a second off the . - . om Twawuiuwy proveu as mucn an - .. atti'4tnw '. ftia fSr Tjalonil ond X...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 May 1930

iiiMiwii iiiiiiniV iniiiinnirr'nr-i ' r-i trw I' I "11 TrrrTiraTTrKm'mnmmmmm''km' sr-- ' m . 't j.' i . y J! tn I l"T " . S " TV . i. Ai j MHfc-j 0 Mutt BU MM)wiMa.-JJii Mt. tad Mm. W. D. MeDtW Not- if&dHoriii;.b5 8?leok nMro MMelpenewtt' ' JMajrers tte Laoky f TMrtwja slab- Mid Various' other eel. 'Mlce (oratiMiMtions. She'is lo aniem- $reeive her deejree In Jfui j a(". ' ShVjrlll red Her original arrange- &ment of Through the ers". by kl i.:AlHfon;''nd of the pano depart- .mnt of Simmons University This sistory Is delightfully Interesting fin "setUngandjotC;ihre'lB7p;eutlfuI CjiTentimejit throughout the Btory accen- fttuaing the title "Throth-th.XeaW gjand revealing the impowlftlity"' of ' lng. into the future 3 -. o.'j " ; ' . 'ENGLISH LEADER AS 4 'l-.rf.-ij1" MAJOR SUBJECT .ContTSuedifreniTak 1.Y - ' seemtto bequal favorites; IW f students are majoring in each of theso .(subjects. Thoie- studeHts;wha;"wlll (be 'quizzed by W;' Barl Brown history; '. professor arc: iSybiKB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 May 1930

FTr'rftfth V PiiV !. in p fi s1' s- Wm " t.I? . rV' W 13 ;a.v a; . V'vil m M& Srflsw'' mi j . j'j' '. ' fir ' '" ' Mi' l '4.. - XlMESji-?- M""r -. 'i .1 i r i tHaw .!'.; i . i. CHAMPION CATS ARE OFF TO DEFEND . ;. . ;. V i( '; 'J 'j' : . ; . ' Dramatic COMEDY DEPICTS LIFE AMONQ DUTCH OBERA BENNETT COMER CLAY F PLAY LEADING ROLES IN v BIG COMEDY-DRAMA ' ' i ' The final and climaxing: dramatic jproductipn of the. Melpomenean play- - era. will ho "presented this evening: at eight; o'clock in the college audito- rium.. "Erstwhile Susan' a three act com- 'edy drama depicting thei Jlfe of the Pennsylvahie butch will "bo present- ed". This play is reported to have been "selected because It is different from . 'the average .run of plays. The title role ia played by Yelma Copeland she plays the part of Miss Juliet (Susan) Miller a former thea- tre star. Her frequent and eloquent -' outbursts of poetry and Shakespeare surprise .and astonish the other play- ers and promise much entertainme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 May 1930

L W 1 A"v st; m 'ttw lwHwlv tk mi''-' mm m mhi iM&Mi&m &7:mJm Wwifi WBm ' rv; i '. v t1 ... ? . tf.lt. ..... IBSiSJiMailll SUM Tviting Bay Are Pmt For Abilene Christian College 't .'j i " :la & - n .. - 'S; isi --- fcrih't. rtnrv af tkulin AhUMM MeUlU. Th inftiltutlea A Bf Abfawa. ChtlsWan telle iwV Ww a 0MJr cteUr tekut 4 ITfli " 'T .- rf J J I - d . a. fa 4 sf f ottatMMMiir Mfe fBRflsRnRRPRVflv lP flVWfBffWw T'Wittim WWy tatarf in their '.. -.j 1 . aVunl U.UV aa flBnital vv-WMittent of J.OOO students with r Jkst'okw senior college rating and VomUrc'r N-Hre oanwus and a t;; VfW000 plant in the heart of Abilene Hegnts one oi tM eity a newest au ditions A. 0. 0. stands ii sharp eeatrast to -what four buildings on a five-aere campus on North First 'street had to offer 10 Tears asro. ? ReeeWea High Rating Abilene Christian college received 'ithe highest rating of the Texad As- Wfl soeiatlon of Colleges in 1920 two years after the school became a senior .college offering...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1930

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1930

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1930

sJ-W; SP j "& m ". -.w MB W 'i jf $ f rf .: Jk tQ l' v fa dcats Take Conference Champimhip Third T . ' MHi.' ' if. ul i t- ' Tw 7V . . r DECK:Mdcat8'lfilfe y. :? : A(fium and Grav .CHaHH . T !'. 3"' ; ' i J i. M JMBB&mKM ' .V .fin Conjecutive Yea- OtJTCOMOE .MEET -iA- U . -V HaSBKKJB SCOWUKMfWlACC TOKCKMEN SEWf DEMON n In upiUs ojtftiaiogiHha.t oyerwst tW;21tt annwil T.'It' ATA. track and fWif .meet ii th form of a soggy twMfc and a muddy field which doom- Mi all tettaiMM'for new records' in MMi including Dyle Vaughn's t MMMM'to set a half-mile rec - .'"' ' -jittaV tfee A. C. 0 track Wildcats saw 4rt'l'tiia 'silver lining as they sacked .up T$fclV "e third consecutive '4var ib-baeome nermanent nossessors X'efJkfeS ofd conference cup held by iJ' iaany a T. L A. A. college in years gene by as a symuoi oi its victory "Sf 4' k- &' v'i ' 1' r former' eenferencej meets VCeeh Weems' champions came into ' it ' 1i..--i af a fVilnl rnnfnmxuui vie- '.'rtwry with 45 1-SO points' fol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1930

i-'v':i)Wv Wywi v. .;' .3?WMf" rTlT? "f. x 1 1 llri-ifiriitnitliii;:iiririliiTiiiiiiiil J.W ::i tf. "j ''V I . 'M S?iWI"ifW Embrace of 0ttOtfto:ponattaetarawasa ptr who fall in love: with nMe Tfeav mrttt nine eninlrmdl itflJli j -. i-f . I. . . .. . L. iJHT.. : .1 mh-ntU on dy he ini cn mto" Ht oountry to work. She dtti not kwM Mmiwd kW;ttt. ltWA(- '5b ffWJI. h' imt w;wuine ana hdii ift tialr a' kmva hurt attil n trtu Wt for irtr to ltl'td all'i ttefiie and retnaln true to her lover 'hat- she Md for she was an Ml maiden. Kaeh day she thought of her lofiy sanf songs of him and to him !rad things for him loved htm. Kaeh night she. preXr'.M.w'-Hre sweet dreams of him and longed for hm She was lonely 'without him but she was happy happy' ijne she trusted and loved hlrn.. She had many opportunities to jforgethlm (that h; kany things presented themselves which if she :liad desired could have turned her aside. She was not that kind however. She had found one she loved and .she was not Inte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 May 1930

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Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 May 1930

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Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 May 1930

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Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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