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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 December 1921

wmmmmmwmmMmmmmimmM .fl THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Stmlcnts ol Abilene Christian College. Entered ns Second Class Matter at I'ost OUicc Abilene Texas. OUicc Administration Building Itoom 0 Subscription l'cr Year . $1.50 Addrcs all correspondence and make all Money Orders li)nblc to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter collegiate Association. Press Vi.mhl II. DimciitK Vmi ltu J. McIlWUM IlAIIMS Edwin 1). Maiitin Editor-iii Chief Assistant Editor Religious Activities Ilusincss Manager soever ye would that men should do to you do ye even so to them." Success at this conference will be as- sured If thcc men will adhere to tho teaching of Christ. The prayer of the nations nrc ascending on their behalf that "Pcjco on Earth Good Will Toward Men" may not be an empty phrase but a wel- come reality. If they can with God's help sweep war from the face of the earth the) will lic in the memor) of nil posterity as thf grcatet benefactors that tho world has ccr known and they...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 December 1921

! iitn-i-n--- th b h foicjsiasffiffiffiffiflaiBi :( Slippers and Hosiery for Christmas Gifts Slippers nncl Hosiery lire alwnys sure of a welcome nt Xmas time. And tliis store litis provided nil unusually complete assort- ment for tlic convenience of tlic Xmas shopper. HERE is every kind of slipper for everybody. YOtl can solve many of your gift problems with selections from these acceptable economical gifts. $1-00 $1-25 $1-50 $1-85 $450 YAGER SHOE COMPANY rarD)gjromffirDoajffi cav nirnnv niDioTniAo tuio vpad p Oil i mmuu Lniuommd inw ichiv WITH A PHOTOGRAPH T. S. HIGGINBOTHAM STUDIO 2561 Pine Up Hall Music Co. Stairway 152Vo Chestnut Street I wcsTOsBffiomoaMffifflfflfflffiOfflffiffiasMfflfflfM emociffiflmrcmnscOTacjoonmoo B ST. k FRANKLIN PLUMBING CO. h PLUMBING AM) HEATING CONTRACTORS g HIGH GRADE BATHROOM WARE i Headquarters for Pipe Fittings Sewer Pipe Etc. pi 720 North 5th St. . Phone No. 5 ij CTamuraamrmgKSiTOtTOQOPanaTO nrfflnsmrcnranirMrajnjooKmiaiTOroroarorirranjmnnisn r si....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 December 1921

LFIKV'.. $&K mill sfflmnmMmnmfflmcwimiiOTmnnnmnrammuumnnniEraammaiffli'lmajtDaiiEaxDmtijajajtLaiinQjiuA tHBBfflnK&aBBBfflHSilSBBm V It1! H Christmas Shopping Now in Full Swing EVERY DAY SHOULD GET SOME CHRISTMAS PROBLEMS SOLVED Come where help is so obvious; where every window and show case every counter and shelf gives helpful answers to the gift worries. It is infinitely easier to select gift-things than it is to think them up when there nothing but blank space before one's eyes. Come where the complete Christmas Book is open and all the gift pictures are desirable realities that one may pick out and end the study. We invite you to come soon and let us aid you in making de- sirable selections. T AHUmt'l Fevctlt gf fl SktM'l tUut f ffl Cfanwoeus DWKBfi quA uty-M value senvce A raxjnnTsnnm;R(K3CK!iiOTKKi DfflascKioiCfflCifflOfflfflfflffiaiiiamfflffimaBiJicajs Millinery and Ready-to- Wear at Wholesale Prices The Emporium 3 KlOTOttfii(BHBC8im!&8)2 mrfflOTraasGffigsnnafflra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 January 1922

V . HMHNNrMMHIMMpMlfMM uwMMiiii1iiiiiiAtSwiwtiaitwitMiaiij;ti' - THE OPTIMIST The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and sec. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Volume IX ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JAM ARY 12 1022. Number 1 1 CUPID REAPS HEAVY HARVEST AMONG EX- liafflmaiffiffiaOTaTajffliuojataiawara MUCH GOOD NEWS FROM READ THIS CUT IT OUT FILL IT OUT AND TURN IT IN. STUDENTS OF A. C. C. 1 n I fe G forge Jihriirs. wedding which will lie nf much inter- est lei tlic student of 1919-20 win i rmnized at Sliaily Dell on Sunday after- iiniin Dor. in when Mr. Jell It. George (generally known as "Big" George) of lliiMn Ti xa anil Miss Ova Shrives of the same nl were united in marriage h) llroilicr S-wcII. Jell and the bride elect m lump mied l Jell's sister Mi I.illi.m (fOiiR'. .uid hit uncle Mr. Samuel George inntiircil to hilene Siinila) morning where thrv wcic mcl li) the groom's hrolhcr Mr. I iluin George of Hanger Texas. licint live o'clock p. in. the br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 January 1922

. '-. V.J . ji 3 ' W&L t Lui . A ... ... it EHfl U t 4 THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly ly the Students Aliilcnc Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Aliilcnc Texas. Office Administration Building Hoom 6 Subscription Per Year . $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Paallc to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. BRICKBATS AND BOUQUETS COLLEGE ATHLETICS. Member of Texas Inter lollcgialc Press Association. Wi.mih.l II. Dhhciiik Editor-in-Chief Vlit Kv Assistant Editor J. MrltwMM Hahms Itcligioiis Activities Emm 1). Maiitin Hiisincss Manager Fin i) iiiiouN Ast. Hiisincss Manager ISSUE REPORTERS. Brd Hay Lewis Ila Duncan John Pigg Louic Jones Viola Drown Cbas. Coombs Walter Adams Aubra Hanowsky Margaret Bihop Lewis Smith Iluscll Martin. Iiisbnp. EDITORIAL. Nation uhle Detclopmenti. It lias been onl a few days since tlio Wildcats of the Agricultural and Mechan- ical College of Texas startled the whole football universe when lhc met the blghl) toute...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 January 1922

JMlLlltMtnll'llWIMIiatlWIliPM WMMinm iiniimuniiiii im ipm ! b I X It ' JflTOasmBnmraffljBfflj Religious Activities cfficraBiracMaRMOiOTiMffi THE HEBREW BIBLE. Contributed by Mr. S Vermin McCaslnntl '17 who is attending tjie Snulliern D.iplul Seminary Louisville Ky. ? 3 s s w 8 H 1 '1 0iCiIEBnffl!D!l5ifflin(D(riiiiiC)f.icM(nv)( it.iut r hi km imcinnrmmcmKittmnmcmmr'mmnniya ! R !5 k 8 6 H Hebrew's ns old ns tlic races of men Precious more tbnn gold's ever been; raithful custodian and brave and pure Of art religion mid literature. Record of creation in ages past Work of (joiI that will ever last; Lives of men who were great and good Those who conquered in flame and flood. Storehouse of wisdom of all the ears Deposit of prophets sages and seers; Guide everlasting to a homeward way It points to the dawn of a coming day. Beacon brigbt of a starlight age Whose Iutre grows brighter on every page; Illumes the shadows of the long dark night Till the morning breaks with Heaven's light. Guiding...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 January 1922

i rijrpirtAniitflt hit inn n i " ' A iVfi1-3 ' ' -' - ' - " i -- . i i i j ji ' r n j ir -'-'-'- - ''''' - .. t . - &JguigfcXJ.ljLg vr ' land College during the Fall Term. BffiOHjaffiinffliiTraiasffinj "i )i X !t u It ' it 1?' It " It. It It It It It -W GAINING MOMENTUM OUR JANUARY l Ml Ecry ilny gains new recognition of the values wc offer in Jiinunry Sales tluougliout the store. The early buyers tell their friends; they conic nml in turn they tell other friends. That's why this sale is gaining in momentum growing stronger each day because prices nrc absolutely the lowest we'c quoted in years. It It It' "t It! 4 It quAUTY-M. M unrjnnrjnof wonf w xTonnt if snnnnnt YULETIDE YELPS Jleing a chronological account of the acts oj the students of Abilene Christian Col- lege from December the seienteenth 1921 to January the first 1922 written by Dr. John Paul Gibson. Well wo Xmas "orphums" that stncd here during the holidus ato sure 'miff glad to see jou all hack again. From what 5 (in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 January 1922

irfliinfflBayMlMlitf . mem vm&m fl 9S Ntfii THE OPTIMIST The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Tlie World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and sec. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE Till KSI)A JAM AHY 19 1022. Number 15 I A. C. C. SPLITS TWO-GAME SERIES WITH THE CANYON NORMALITES ONLY ONE POINT MARGIN IN BOTH SCORES WILDCATS WIN FRIDAY'S GAME BY 33-34 BUT LOSE SATURDAY BY THE SCORE OF 24 TO 25. Abilene Cliristian College anil West Tex-1 as State Normal CoIIcrc equally divided the honors in two very bard fought basket- ball games which were played in the A. C. C Cage l.it I'ril.i and Saturday nf Icrnnons at ! p. in. Tbcy were the fast- est games ever seen on the local court. Tim West Tnxans were recently admitted as members of the Texas Inlcrcollcciatc Athletic Association and were rated as comparatively strong contenders for the rliamnionsliin. Thev had lost two eames to Simmons College on last Wednesday and 'Ihursday evenings the scores being 19 29 and 21-22 re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 January 1922

"i . ! v. i; r- THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Hoom 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence rnd make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Wkndf.il II. IlF.niCHKK V?ba Ray J. McIlwaine BARNES Edwin D. Martin Editor-in-Chief . Assistant Editor Religious Activities .Business. Manager Fnr.D BnowN Asst. Business Manager ISSUE REPORTERS. Earl Kerr Gladys Mickey Mary Kit- more Margaret Bishop 11a Duncan Lev is Smith Marshall Harvey Brd Ray Lewis John Pigg Reeves. EDITORIAL. During last neck a meeting was called of all those students who contemplated teaching in some school next year. A con- siderable number assembled perhaps one third of the entire student bod). Such a manifest interest in so man) of us brings The Optimist to think of these (tucstiuns: Are we prepjied to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 January 1922

..AJiiuaLmkimmihiMJtmfMgUai9iii1i' Munmmvmmim'w'""''i!H""m'""!-'' " ljr"r Nil l IHTiliTMB m liwfllfiWilWPt aaiMMKuaiuituaiaiflffl Exclusive Styles in Womens Early Spring Footwear nop YOU will he immediately impressed with the exquisite styles of the new FOOTWEAlt we're showing for early Spring. There's beputy in every line of these one twq and three- strap Tumps and Oxfords AND there arc models for all occasions and for every need. Moderately Priced at 35.00 $6.00 86.50 37.50 to $10000 I 201 PINE ST. 201 PINE ST. YAGER SHOE COMPANY MfflfflffiarajaOTxaiajaxiJEfflCDajffiffiajmaimffimffiajajajffiffiffiaiffiffiffi FREE CONTRIBUTIONS. jwaaMiaiCBffiffifliffiafffl Photographs of Quality T. S. HIGGINBOTHAM STUDIO fi56V Pino Up Hall Music Co. Stairway 152ln Chestnut Street NBSffiaxDfflfflaHBarofflBHBQaKBa OffiaHKBffiffiflRMTOffli DON'T MISS MARIE RAPPOLD Prima Donna Soprano AND ARTHUR MIDDLETON Baritone Two of America's best singers both of METROPOLITAN OPERA CO.. NEW YORK SIMMONS AUDITORIUM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 January 1922

MwrWMHggaiftfo ttHk.4 J ?. i m it' t 'lit- fT-MTiW J '.' YULETIDE YELPS Dec. 21 '(Wed!) After prayer-meeting tonight wo invited the faculty members nnI ilirlr families to be our guests at n candy-party at Daisy Hall. After some games and after playing somo pranks on our beloved faculty wo let the candy loose. We had young mountains of divinity pa- tience fudge and apache or penocho (something like that). When the toffy had cooled to the- "pulling point" the fun began. You should havo seen Brother Cooper and somo of the others all stuck up clawing and pulling at a substance that looked like tho cross between our dear old tanglefoot and tar. They stuck it out though and ate it off their fingers. That was the Lest party lie had. Dec. 22 (Thurs.) Wc all had the time of our young lives at Brother Klingman's tonight. There was quite a houseful of us but Brother Klingman knows how to handle a crowd and he kept us busy at different games so that we agreed with Socrates when he said "Tcmpus ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 January 1922

waaWftMWMttMwiMiiiirwiigwKiiV"i THE OPTIMIST The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and see. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 26 1922. Number 16 MANY QUESTIONS ARISE FROM POLICY IN CHINA BOARD OF REFERENCE IS CON- FERENCE'S SOLUTION FOR CONSIDERATION OF PROBLEMS. Washington D. C Jan. 21. 1922. Tho principal teaching proffered to the public this week by the Washington Conference is that we may now look forward in the Far East to a really perfected era of com- plicated joint international action in China with an international commlttco or com mission or board or bench for just about each and every separate individual Chi ncso woe. Tho Hoard of Reference now contemplated by the Confcrene for the po tcntial adjustment or at any rate po tcntlal consideration of questions arising out of tho application of the prlnclplo of the Open Door and of foreign equality of business opportunity in China will be presumably a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 January 1922

h?v .'''' :?'-' . - .ifeJha&LLUSfi. F"& Wlli ttjBffiiHaiiiaaEjJiyg"Jg!.''WT' !? t . j-j-rinJt-JZi- m THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter oollegiate Press Association. Wendfll H. IJmiciihK Editor-in Chief Vhia Kay . Assistant Editor J. McIlwainf. lUnNFS Religious Activities EnvvtN D. Martin Business Manager Frfd Brown Asst. Business Manager ISSUE REPORTERS. Earl Kerr Clads Hickej Mary Ell- more Margaret Bishop Ila Duncan Lewis Smith Marshall Harvey Brd Ray Lewis John Pigg Rcecs. EDITORIALS. T. I. P. A. Entries. It seems that tlicro is an almost total ignorance of the fact that the Abilene Christian College Press Club is a member of the Texas Intercollegiato and that she is expected to enter manuscrip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 January 1922

iii&MiM.1mw0MtiitoHmHjfar I s aromgraimgofflmgroniffi JntDMnmrnfflnimfflfflnrasara Exclusive Styles in Womens Early Spring Footwear YOU will be immediately impressed with the exquisite styles of the new FOOTWEAR we're showing for early Spring. There's benuty in every line of these one two and three- strap Pumps and Oxfords AND there arc models for all occasions and for every need. Moderately Priced at S5.00 $6.00 SG.50 S7.50 to 10.000 201 PINE ST. 201 PINE ST. Religious Activities ofliffliimjflBifflHra WflffllBBlffifllifflHEKHIB A Little Child Shall Lead Them YAGER SHOE COMPANY ffi!B0SQ3332u3u2QHHC33n3n iOTBffl3m5MOTroffifflfflffiroroimQffifflnfflM GOOD PRINTING PROMPT SERVICE FRYAR PRINTING COMPANY COMMERCIAL PRINTERS BOOK AND CATALOGUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY Only Exclusive Job Plant in Central West Texas PHONE 326 ffi PINE STREET smn(KOT(BfflfflfflfflcsroromDoarciOTfflffliBc5fflH inoiBoaanaoaQfflfflQfflaaQQUtafflmQfflaoaaafMCKao MGGINBOTHAM-BARTLETT CO. QUALITY LUMBER AND BUILDI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 January 1922

.f i tU-2 wtMMBMIil Em Wl Ml '! Jiatjl. WinflffiSimffifflBffiafflmffiB M Gloves Sox At Bargain Prices l.")0 Pairs Glen's Work Gloves in Gauntlet niul Wrist lengths splendid leather (Moves for all kinds of work. Specially priced now at 05c Men's Sox Bargains; in Black Brown and Gray Mixed priced at 12 l-2c Still Better Grades in White Black and Colors. Reduced to per pair - 20c Fine quality in Lisle Sox in all colors as well as Black and White at per pair 50c One hie; lot of Men's Sweaters in solid colors Pull Over Styles (loinn in this sale at HALF PRICE Men's Kenrcifin Waterproof Coats the famous Kcnyon make ram and wind proof all at HALF PRICE $20.00 Coats now $10.00 $10.00 Coats now $ 5.00 .L Ablttnt't FavcriU S . T U Shopping Plact JT ff1 quAUTY-JvALue -snnwc SOTWisrwJonnroraoorvrwroronn CLUBS R. S. R. Six girls met in room thirty-six on the third floor of Zcllncr Hull Saturday even- ing January the lttli .it 9:30 o'clock uml formed u Club known as the II. S. It. Club. 'I In fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 February 1922

' IMV'1 ' ''. - vt".' . ' -1 y '. ; ' J 1 - ' T..--- - I ---. 1 --. '- ti i iTm ii 11 niMmtisiiiriUliMj 3v" ivr.-n "'rV??w.77i iii-S!WJVJVii!.i-'" ;"Sr- " ."' - lF THE OPTIMIST The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! TVic IPorM is full of beauty. Open your eyes and sec. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THIHSDAV IEHIlt ARY 2 1922. Number 17 Wildcats are Victorious. Defeat Howard Payne L1EURANCE AND COMPANY IN EXCEPTIONAL PROGRAM BRO. SHOWALTER BACK FROM MOTHER'S FUNERAL VISITING ATHLETES ARE ENTERTAINED BY GIRLS STAIN OF FOOTBALL DEFEAT WIPED OUT BY TWO VICTORIES OVER T. I. A. A. TEAMS I ' lh r Zi COMPOSER AND RECORDER OF MUSIC IS ASSISTED BY GOOD MUSICIANS. MRS. LIEURANCE SCORES HIT Appreciative Audience Hears Unique and Instructive Program Uy Great Musicians. Tlio third Lccum number which was given in the College Auditorium last Fri- day evening January the 27th was by far the most successful that has been given tilts season. Mr. Tliurlow Licurancc and bis company fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 February 1922

3H 151 - THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students ot Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Ycar... . ....$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oolleglate Association. Press Wendell H. DEDici!EK..Editor-in-Chief Vera Ray. . -..-.....Assistant Editor J. McIlwaine DAnNESRcllglous Activities Edwin D. Martin .....Business Manager Fred Brown Asst. Business M'nager SUPERVISORY EDITORS. John Plgg ... Religious Activities Russell Martin A Club Grace Alexander.................W Club Maurice Leach . Athletics Walter Adams ..Literary Societies Margaret Bishop . Open Programs Dee B. Rambo ...Alumni Editor Ila Duncan- .... Chapel Notes Ruth Roach. Dramatic Club Louise Jones......-Zellncr Hall Aubra Banowsky. Emergency Hall Byrd Ray Lewis ..Fcatuies ISSUE REPORTERS: Carl Etter Mrs. Oliver Burke Flavll Colley ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 February 1922

o m Do You Need Shoes? Saturday and Monday WILL BE BARGAIN DAYS EXTRAORDINARY AT THIS GREAT $50000 SHOE SALE PEOPLE ARE COMING IN DROVES BECAUSE THE BARGAINS ARE IRRESISTIBLE $3.85 4.85 5.85 6.85 UP TO $9.85 SEE OUR WINDOWS YAGER SHOE COMPANY 201 PINE STREET HffffjffwflwnnnnirfffTfTraaHiniHiiBBWKBaiaiiiitn HM a 1 I I I I 1 1 I I i I I i 8 ' l! H I I E I I i i fgnirumffliMWHMtMMt COLLEGE CALENDAR. Religious Activities. Sunday Feb. 5 10:00 a. m. BIblo Classes. Sunday Feb. 5 11:00 a. m Lord's Supper and Preaching. Sunday Feb. 5 7:00 p. m. Gospel Services. Monday Feb. 6 7:00 p. m Young Men's Meetings in Auditorium Nine and D Administration BIdg. Tuesday Feb. 7 3:30 p. m-Ladtcs Meeting. Tuesday Feb. 7 7:30 p. nu Song Practice. O 7:00 p. m. Ad- Lockett on Medical Wednesday Feb. dress by Dr. Missions. Wednesday Feb. 8 7:30 p. m. Mid- CONFERENCE ACTIONS ARE COMMUNICATED TO PEOPLE VIRTUALLY ALL OF THE DIS- DUSSIONS ON FAR EAST PROBLEMS PUBLISHED. Week Prayer Meeting. aaBBaBUBggBMunjflftnMHH ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 February 1922

i-r I It? B tf " i i NOVEL PAGE TO BE A FEATURE OF ANNUAL On last Thursday morning at the Chapel exercises the students of A. C. C. voted unanimously to pay or a pago or two pages In the Prickly Pear on which will appear the pictures of Mr. Scott E. Shcr- dec fullblood Sioux Indian of Wolf Point Montana S. M. Valroff a natlvo of Franco of French-Russian parentage II. Ishlguro of Tokyo Japan Senor Ilodriquez a Mex- ican whoso homo is In Abilene and also Mr. Arturo Amaro of Coahulla Mexico who is expected to enter AJilleno Chris- tian College soon. All these men are students in Abilene Christian College and tho pictures will be made in native costume. Mr. Sherdeo has already been "shot" by Mr. Higgln- botham the photographer. Ho wore the magnificent war-bonnet blanket arid bead- A rrnrtnent. which Mr. ThurloW LlcUmnCC the great composer who was In Abilene last week had. This feature of thd Prick- ly Pear will undoubtedly be very unique and interesting. From tho appearance of proofs of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 February 1922

IHUwfi nn 'yM'i1"orf SENIOR EDITION THE OPTIMIST The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and see. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 1922. Number 18 ! Mi .: 5-POWER NAVAL TREATY FINISHED BY CONFERENCE CONSEQUENCES OF GREAT PACT MADE AT WASHINGTON ARE EXPLAINED BY MR. HARD. (fly William Hard.) Washington February 3 The five- power naval limitation treaty may bo said to Imvo the following consequences: Tho United States gains for Itself the prestige of a really quite considerable vol' untary restricting of its own power. Able financially to out-build Britain it con- tents itself with an equality with Britain and it even for a certain length of time surrenders to Britain a certain margin of superiority in capital ship tonnage. Ablo to overwhelm Japan in the Far East it binds itself not to build capital ships ex ceeding Japan's in tonnage total by more than "five to three"; and it thereby de- prhes itself (as l...

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