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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 February 1922

m.A mt &' 17 I 'j J ! ;? a i 1 8ft ii " egg If ' 1 Ji'M M I 01 1 U God appear among us wo mlglit again metnalljr and morally la prepared to func- hear the words In tones of exhortation ' tlon efficiently as a leader in tho social Puhllihed Weekly by the Students ot "Awake awake put on thy strength put Abilene Christian College. I on thy strength 0 Zionj put on thy beau ; c .... ' tiful garments 0 Jerusalem." Ln.eml as Second Class Matter at Post I Js g() mch t() Jo VTillUO llUllCIIUf lOAUB. THE OPTIMIST 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-collegiate Press Association. wo cannot afford to while away our day of life. It is short at best and soon the shadows will lengthen. There is hard work for all of us and there Is rest a rest calm and undisturbed farther on. 8fflfliu&gJHmanfflai3) Wendell IF. BFj)iciiEK.....-Edltor-lnChI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 February 1922

I lwNwSWTO8wrw.1T fwtmwmimwmQBswmm MimmtKomammmmmmmmmmmim Religious Activities hauroimamflKaaflim? SEVERAL FINANCIAL AND CHARITY REPORTS MADE SUNDAY MORNING A large number of tho Lord'i people met for regular services Sunday morning. The services were exceptionally Inspiring nnd good. Brother W. II. Free made his regu- lar monthly report of tho finance of tho church. A good showing was made over previous records. Brother Sewell made an announcement in regard to the lecture week which is to begin the nineteenth of this month. The lectures wilt come from several states nnd represent much experience as well as scholarship. Brother Sewell is personally acquainted with these men and assured the audience that this would be one of the most enjoyable weeks ever spent in A. C. C. These men come to us with a well thought-out lectures and ofTer special opportunity to all. There are to be three lectures a day. The morning service will begin at eleven o'clock; the afternoon at three o'clock; and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 February 1922

Il K t j "; fe" Iff 3J ft If!; tV n M i Suit Values Unsurpassed for Men and Young Men Looking at the New Clothing question from every nnglo wo freely make tho assertion that you will find this J. C. Penney Com- pany store values in Men's and Young Men's Suits for Spring and Summer wear that aro simply unsurpassed. There is an atmosphere surrounding our smart Spring Cloth- ing that carries with it that satisfactory feeling of being neatly fashionably attired. They arc shown in two and three button staple styles of gray and brown mixed all-wool cloth and all-wool serges in plain gray and blue. Also lor young men wc have smart single and double-breasted styles in sport models mude up in cassimere and worsted mate- rials. Priced at $19.75 24.75 29.75 34.75 m Lid KSEarEEajuKiiratmwonaKffiiam TOrasTOimnRmMirofflmfflmairogifflfflmmmmgrmn WINNIFORD'S IS THE PLACE FOR STUDENTS TAILOR SHOP IN REAR - mrcrommfflrofflmrorcffirorcrcnmfflmn)TOramafflffinifflffl ESiaElfflafflfflmBMfflmtiK&MMK P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 February 1922

MlMMMHIMMlKMMWIMaBri .WJ0. EDITION ( V Here's 'o the class that leads the rest Here's to the class I love the best- Here's to my own dear Valentine Dear old Junior class o' mine! You Tell 'Em-i- 77ir Juniors are the Ones tluit Make Things June! Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16 1922. Number 19 WILDCATS WM FIRST Battle Between Tigers and Cats Ends In Triumph for A. C. C. Score Was 59 to 14. The scorekcepcr did not get to enjoy Wednesday afternoon' game very much lie was too busy putting down scores to watcli the play. The Wildcats lived up to expectations and romped on the Trinity Tigers taking the long end of a 59 to 14 score. The first half started off -with a rush. The Wildcats worked their signals timo and again without o hitch. They only slowed up toward the last of the first half but renewed tho battle royal when the whistle announced tho beginning of the second half. Cantrell threw 7 field goals and 5 free pilches; Walter Adams tallied S field goals; Cur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 February 1922

WB .. pi w wuwi Bii lawman. I 3 i ii Published Weekly by the Students ol Abilene Christian College. fcntercd as Second Class Mailer at Post Office Abilene Texas. OlTlce Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. and "The Whlstlin' Darbcr." Miss Ora Lea Sandusky read a Japanese selection. Tuts. Feb. 14. Somo of tho practico school children gave a very splendid St Valeiiflno's Day program. Dan Cupid made His appearance at intervals amidst bursts of applause. r jumohs Member of Texas Inter-colleglate Association. Press WeSdell II. ikDifciiEk.. Editor-in-Chief Vml ilAY- .... ..Assistant Editor . McIuvaine DAnNES..Rellgious Activities EdwiN D. MXnnN .....Business Manager Ai.nnr.ncE Mason... Asst. Business Mgr tiiMirtn rr ice rniTinw Vera Itay . . ....... .. Editor James Childress ........................ Asst. Editor JUNIOR DASKETEERS We Juniors cannot say that we arc proud of our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 February 1922

9XSEBuw uvmnmtvsmrmCMfr t fftfyf v' A CLUB FETES BASKETEERS ! Shady Dell Is Scene of Joyous Occa- sion When Wildcat Team Enjoys Treat Ladies Present! Dglnnlng about Wednesday the members of tlie Wildcat basketball team began to lie surprised by Invitations from meinbers of the A Club to an entertainment to bo gien at Shady Dell Thursday evening. After every man had seen his best girl and made the necessary arrangements with the exception of some who seemed to fear the company of pretty girls on Thurs- day evening at 7:30 about fifteen or twen- ty couples wero seen filing toward Proxy's home. After hats and coats had been removed these favored couples found themselves in a halo of wonderlapd in pictures annuals and interesting books. After each one had seen the glorious splendor of Niagara Falls had visited New York City Cincinnati and Washington City and had seen there the most wonderful and beautiful build- ings In tho world refreshments were served !n tho form of hot chocolate and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 February 1922

i WINWORD'S BARBER SHOP IS THE PLACE FOR CHRISTIAN COLLEGE STUDENTS TO TRADE TAILOR SHOP IN REAR - CLEANING AND PRESSING KMJHMwnmiDipmmfflasmHiwcmmaiigmm finMMMUUfflMMUMimtffllfflSM PENNANTS PILLOW TOPS 10 7 . DISCOUNT ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF PENNANTS AND PILLOW TOPS FEB. 13-18 ONLY A. C. C. BOOKSTORE THE CAMPUS STORE J. M. SEWELL Manager MMWWHamfiKttB;tnMM5ffif J. A. GRIFFIS CONFECTIONERY 1144 CHESTNUT ST. LIGHT LUNCH CONFECTIONS FRUITS AND DRINKS We sprvo the best in our line. SafflcaamiKtamcaMig taromiTOffiHBnmiEBmn TIDMORE DRUG COMPANY "WE DELIVER" TIDMORE DRUG STORE TMmmmBB9mascm&&WRfBRmiiiHtewmmmttKBcm A Special Recital Will Be Held In Auditorium Tonight A special Drowning Recital and Memo- rial service for Dr. S. S. Curry President of the School of Expretslon Boston (who died December 24 1921) will be given .Thursday evening February 16 at 7:30 o'clock In the A. C. C. Auditorium. The following program has been announced! Sketch of Dr. Curry's Life. Miss itlser. Dr. Cur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 February 1922

v- Lecture Week Edition DO YOU KNOW- That A. C. C. ia the only College in Texas with as many students as last year. AND DO YOU KNOW- That A. C. C. has more teachers compared tow . . llio number of students than any ' Texas College. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 23 1922. Number1 20 LARGE NUMBERS COME TO ABILENE TO ATTEND A. C.C. BIBLE LECTURES SCORES OF PREACHERS LAYMEN PATRONS AND OTHERS - -ARRIVEj INSPIRING' DISCOURSES BEING GIVEN BY PROMINENT EVANGELISTS. Tho chief occupation of students and teachers and all who are connected with A. C. C. in any way is at present attend- ing lectures and a mora profitable occupa- tion could hardly he found. Each lee- turcre during the week has been greeted by on audience which filled the audito- rium to capacity and also filled the aisles. Approximately a total of from two to three hundred visitors have been present at the services from out of town many coming from distant points. Sunday morning Brother Klingman op- r.tnfe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 February 1922

J V j Vi "U ti 4 m sue W: w & B-. 1 C' BEBsaaBaHaramifi FASHIONABLE NEW SUITS LATE SPRING MODELS Wc call altcntioh at this time to our fascinating display of Spring's Newest Suits. It presents the new box ripple tailored and semi-tailored creations with trimmings of self -straps stitch tag and embroidery. Truly Remarkable values at $24.75 TO The workmanship' tailoring and quality of the materials in these charming Suits are of that character customarily found in garments priced much higher. We are particularly fortunate in being able to provido these extraordinary values and. are confident they will be eagerly wcl-corned. irPetirtevCo AT IsM lHI I HI lm V"? - Z ?- stJsWV ... i zzs- imit vk'Hftv imwxm a. is;iiMPniiiiH rwzx :r-. m jt20.' M I' "9" OVER HARDWARE COMPANY HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS BASE BALL SUPPLIES HOW IN STOCK 244 PINE STREET PHONE NO. KflgGHastimixuogsftfltBiauiBsa WINWORD'S BARBER SHOP IS THE PLACE FOR CHRISTIAN COLLEGE STUDENTS TO TRADE. TAILOR SHOP IN REAR - CLEANIN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 February 1922

Published Weekly by tho Students ut Abilene Christian College. Entered as Secotul 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-fcollegtate Press Association. Wendell II. Beoichek Editor-in-Chief Vera Ray..... . ..Assistant Editor J. McIlwaine DAnNE3....Rellglous Activities Edwin D. Maivtin.. Business Manager Aldredce Mason. Asst. Business Mgr. SUPERVISORY EDITORS. John Pigg... Russell Martin......... Craco Alexander- Maurice Leach Walter Adams Margaret Bishop...... Dee B. Rnmbo..... Ila Duncan................ Ruth Roach Louise Jones........... Aubra Banowsky. Byrd Ray Lewis-.-.. ......Religious Activities A Club Wi Oub eralion Is without the worship of God. We should thank Him that there are now many people who are- teaching their children the dlvino truth and showing them how that the principals of tho gos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 23 February 1922

Large Number Attend Lectures (Continued from page one). to the last will take you home with him to llvo for eternity. THE ADVANTAGES OF THE JEWS. John T. Smith. Monday evening Brother John T. Smith poke bn the subject "The Advantages of the Jews." Taking his text from Romans 3:1-2 ho began his locturo with die first appearance In the Bible of Jews. For about four thousand years there has ex- isted a wonderful and yet peculiar raco of pcoplo known as Jews. They are first mentioned In II Kings 16:6. This was about 758 B. C just before the ten tribes were sent into captivity. Throughout the New Testament Abraham Is recognized as the father of the Jews. So as wo speak of Jews to-day wo mean tho descendants of Abraham. Tho first few years of Jew ish history as we havo an account of it was known as tho Patriarchal Age the Jews were subject to tho Patriarchs and to tho oral law. -.-fjjod sve to Abraham a very significant promise. It was not simply that all the world should bo blessed but t...

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

Sophomore Edition SOPHOMORES Arc wholeheartedly loyal and true to A. C. C. SOPHOMORES Will remain true to A.C.C. forever and forever. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 2 1922. Number 21 i GREATEST OF LECTURE WEEKS CLOSED SUNDAY INTEREST NUMBER OF VISIT- ORS AND QUALITY OF MES- SAGES VERY GREAT. OUR MEASURE OF RESPONSIBILITY. Ira L. ff'interroud. Wed. Feb. 22nd 11:00 turn. On Wednesday morning. Brother Ira L. Wintcrrowd President of the Western Oklahoma Christian College- at Cordell Oklahoma delivered his lecture on "Our Measure of Responsibility." It takes all kinds of men to make a world thcrcfoic the world is just as men mako it. So ou and I arc responsible for the condition of the world. The greatest force in the world is the mind because mind was before mat- ter. Man is liko God in that lie is rcpon- sihlc for the things he docs and makes. Men will bo held responsible for the life they have lived and the influence they hac wielded in that age. Cod is good and hi...

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

rjprti Published Weekly by the Students Abilene Christian College. ol Entered as Second Class Matter at Office Abilene Texas. Post Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription 1'er Year. ....... $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable lo THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas' Intcr-lo1leglate Association. Press Wendell If. Dldiciiek Editor-in-Chief Vera IUy................ -.Assistant Editor J. McIlwaine BAiwEs.IleligIous Activities EnwiN D. Martin...- .Business Manager ALDitEncE Mason ...Asst. Business Mgr. Sophomore Editor.... ...... .lla Duncan Assts Jesse Mac Sewell Aldrcdge Mason EDITORIAL. Encouragement of Preachers. Lecture Week Is over now and wo must settle down to hard work again. But what a field of opportunity those great men have opened up to us I Who among us can now bo content to go back to the same bid ruts in which we have been so long? We students who are but (ho smallest of the children in' this great work for Christ have ou...

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

;... wr h " t r- I ' Greatest of Lecture Weeks Closed Sun. (Continued from page one). about. Job It not a follower of the blind teaching of feeling but be says that God guldeth him In all his ways. No man hat ever seen God but He holds all men in the palm of Ills hand and wo shall fee Him when ne meet in Heaven. "Religion is a matter of simple Faith. Our eyes cannot see Him nor our cars can- not hear Him literally. "God is mindful of His people. The one hundred and thirty-ninth Psalm says 'He knows the way that I take' God is everywhere and he is acquainted with all my doings. Does God know things like -we do? No. The intentions of God are to look over and care for us in all Ihe paths of our lives. Yes God cares for us. Ho says that he knows the number of hairs on our head and not a sparrow falls With- out His knowledge of it. He cares for me In all the ways that I take. God is like a mother. He watches us in oil the paths we take no matter where they lead. He says that lie will wat...

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

Lecture Week Closes (Continued from pa go three) TiiTntsTsTOiBiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiMi n Buy Words- -By Bill -I WONDERED -WW -MATIY RUTH r AND JANE'S iVF.Fha M VLWAYSvIIAD -THAT ATTR. -LOOK -BUT NOW -I KNOW -THEY I -THEIRT FEET- -FITTED--AT THE Reed Shoe Co i it AETIVE - fAVE NO. 256 PINE ST. iHnmaaggaaciCfflflttaffla WINN iflmwk CORPS BARBER SHOP E PLACE FOR CHRISTIAN COLLEGE STUDENTS TO TRADE. N REAR -CLEANING AND PRESSING SEE Abilene Printing Co. BLISHERS OF REPORTER For All Kinds Of FIRST CLASS PIONTINGJtlNG BOOKS LOOSE LEAF JOOKS SCHOOL SuTPJJES BOX STATIONERY ETC. PyU smrfrmqaramnrysmmsmnr J. A. GRIFFIS CONFECTIONERY 144 NORTH FIRST OPPOSITE EXPRESS OFFICE LIGHT LUNCH CONEECTNS FRUITS AND DRINKS WELCOME A.C.C. STUDENTS ! Wo servo the best in our line. IIJJlMlinMIHHUlJWlMIHIItEKSniaK msssa THE EMPORIUM SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE A FULL LINE OF THE NEWEST IN SPRING MILLINERY SUITS DRESSES BLOUSES. As a cancer stricken man If he had an opportunity to be cured by radium would consider it ...

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

Freshman Edition v -i smsyA -- . J - ic peace with yourself and you will be at peace withftha world' Wot only does beauty fade but it leaves a record up on tld face as to what be- came of it. Volumo IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 9. 1922. Number 22 mm fott tttiMi r f .f DANIEL BAKER NINE TO BE FIRST WILDCAT FOES A. C. C. TEAM-TO OPEN THE BASERALL SEASON SOON. The Daniel linker Hill Billies havo ac- cepted thd challenge of the A. C. C. Wild- cats to play two games o baseball on the local diamond- It Is said that tho Hill Billies will have a very strong nino this ear They havo been Working out for the past month and lmo developed some exceptionally good material to add to the old stand-bys from last year's team. It Is claimed' tha? Don icl Uakcr has one of the strongest pitch- ing staffs In Texas. The Wildcats also hate been working o-jt for the past month. Several very val- uable men were lost from the team last ycari but tho outlook for a -winning nine is very bright. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 March 1922

m sJ&x a.... Ill WttUWMi I Published Weekly by tho Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered ns 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 Intcr-oolleglate Press Association. Wendell II. Bemciuk Editor-in-Chief VtnA Bay Assistant Editor J. McIlwaine IUnNES....RelIgious Activities Eowin D. Martin Business Manager Aldredce Mason Asst. Business Mgr. FRESHMEN STAFF: BRYANT LONGACRE Editor JUAN1TA ALLEN Asst. Editor EDITORIAL. DIFFERENCE. Many pcoplo think it is indignant to be different. Wo would hate to think that we were not different in somo ways to the schools that are referred to as teaching such things to tho young people that will lead them away from the law of God. Is there any person who grows above his ideal? We hardly think so and If we have an ideal set that has becrj reached then we m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 March 1922

-A A Froshe's Vision By the Chrislal Gazer. "Hello sweetheart" said a tall young man to a fair lady as ho entered tlio front door of his home. "Guess why I'm home so early today 1" "O-o-o-h I can't guess" "Can't guess" In disgust. "Well look here" Ho produced a tlssuo wrapped par- cel. "Oh! a valcntlnel Why Bruce of courso It's St. Valentine's Day. Isn't that pretty I" "Years ago In England when a hoy aent a girl a valentine the valentine was a pledge of his faithfulness to her for a wholo year; hut we'll bo each other's as long as wo live." Clippings He Had the Car. From the Saturday Evening Post. In honor of a recent visit paid to his factory by a party of distinguished Eng- llshmen a Detroit motor car manufacturer had a complete car assembled in something like seven minutes. Some "Weeks after this feat was heralded In tho daily papers the phone at the plant rang vigorously. "Is it trite that you as- scmblcd a car n seven minutes at your factory?" tho voice asked. "Yes" came the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 March 1922

4 i Buy Words- -By Bitt ed f. -I AM -IN COLLEGE TO0- -I HUB ELBOWS -EVERY DAY -WITH YOU -OBSERVATION 1S MY -DESIRED DEGREE--AS WELL A-' -AS ASSISTINC--TO SET THE -FEET FREE Meed Shoe Co. NO. 256 PINE ST. caEEfflmaracrafflQaraKnirotOTffiracTOTBrcnwc S -mir n . m v mens separate 1 rousers juressy Styles at a Low Price Men's nnd Young Men's Dress Trousers carefully tailored from select Inch-crude fabrics on stylish up-to-the-minute lines to fit nml please men of nil ages. Serviceable drop linings nnd pockets well-sewed seams that nru practically rip proot. Exceptional Values at $3.98 The assortment consists of blue screes nil wool with plain or cuff bottoms high grade worsteds and enssimercs in brown blue and grey stripes. Other exceptional values in men's and young men's trousers now selling at $4.98 $5.90 and $6.90 tfmn- I TREASURER'S REPORT IS MADE SUNDAY MORNING Tlio regular monthly treasurer's report was made hy llrotlicr Free which showed the creat work hclng done hy tlio local c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 16 March 1922

Academy Edition How rare it is to find a soul stU enough to hear God speak. A man's faith in the ideal is worth as much as he is willing to venture upon it. Volumo IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 16 1922. Number 23 i t . GREAT LECTURE HEARD IN A. C. C. WEDNESDAY DR. LINCOLN McCONNELL THE GUY THAT DELIVERS THE GOODS SPEAKS. Ono of the most cnjoyablo and profit- able numbers 'which has been placed on an A. C. C Lyceum course was enjoyed last Wednesday evening when Dr. Lincoln McConnell LI. D. delivered his famous lecture "The Guy That Deliver the Goods." Dr. McConnell is ono of the most famous lecturers on the American platform today. He is a Georgian and a minister. He told his appreciative audience that the time had passed when men could suc- ceed on their reputations but that men of today must bo able to "deliver the goods." The speaker spoke In part as follows: "Men must prepare If they expect to rite in anything for tho world is looking for the man who will do and not...

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