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

tete Published Weekly by tho Students Abilene Christian College. ol 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 Intercollegiate Association. Press Wendell II. DEDiciiCK...u.Editor-inChlef Vrm Ray . Assistant Editor J. McIlwaine DAtiNr.s....ReIigious Activities Edwin D. Martin Business Manager Aldredce Mason Asst. Dusiness Mgr. Academy Editorial Staffs Editor . Ernest Witt Assistant Editor. Ernest Walls Contributors: John Knox Hale Oden Irene Tidmore Beatrice Owens Tom Phil lips Jap Parmer Oscar Kelly Raymond Pitman Essie Butler Ona Knott Elizabeth Kelly Lula Mae Kllngman Willie D. Wat- ers Terry Miles Burns. ACADEMY STUDENTS LET LIGHTS SHINE BRIGHTLY Did someone ask whether or not ' not the Abllcna Christian College ' Academy is on the map? ' In athletics the Academy has shone ' among' t...

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

35K23E32HfflFfflQSfflCffl2!nn2 ti'" ' ?.-f r VA-MW V' i re ' ammmmnmmgammx3&x 1 ssHHsImIsS ' 1 iftHfV fK...t fA Local Minister Begins Series of Sermons (Continued from page one). were oil along certain ones who contended earnestly for the faith once for all de- livered unto the saints but their voices were silenced in death or they were shut up in prison. We have a list of names of thoso who stand out as reformers to whom wo owe a debt of gratitude. Men who were bold and courageous and made efforts to correct errors and abuses in the church: Jovlninn Wycllf I hiss Zwlngll Luther Savonarola Calvin Knox tho Wesleys Whitcfield Williams Stone the Campbells Smith O'Kclly Thomas etc. In the beginning of the 19th century men in different parts of tho world and inde- pendent of each other pleaded for a re- turn to New Testament faith and prac- tice. A rich legacy has been handed down to us and a great responsibility rests upon us to pass It on to future generations. In closing Brother K...

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

Sermon On Idlers (contlniifj from pa ge one). PMBUJUiUiraCmiaHfiB Buy Words -By Bill- -JOHN HENRY- 4 AND JACK- A") -AS YOU STUDENT--COMRADES KNOW- -ARE ALWAYS -ANXIOUS FOR -THEIR FEET -TO SHOW -THE REASON -IF YOU MAY ASK -IS FIT STYLE SNAP--WHICH CAN BE HAD- AT THE m n r Meed Shoe Company NO. 256 PINE ST. EnsHsaaBEimiffifficicsH USE ELECTRICITY Let it do your work. Why not curl your hair with elec- tric curling irons? Como to our office and look over our complcto line of Electric Appliances. ABILENE GAS & ELECTRIC CO. PHONE NO. 136 COMMERCIAL DEPT. gioM3flmcnmfflfflg)TOMMMmfl BfEHOIDBHHSfl BocfBCJcrn JNO. B. NEILL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING aKBtisrowKonssrcKi shall bo peace and the effect of righteous- ness shall bo quietness and confidence for- ever." Wo all get good when we do right and a great peace enters into our hearts and slays there no matter If we aro en tirely surrounded by confusion. Oh wo may hum a tune w...

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

fit' PROTRACTED MEETING BEGINS SUNDAY DON'T FORGET THE MEETING Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 23 1922. Number 24 K&r- BASEBALL WILDCATS ARE HAYIMUCIUiARDLUCK LOOSE FOUR STRAIGHT TO 3TIE BROWNWOOD COLLEGES BUT STILL FIGHT. The Abilene Christian College Baseball team is meeting with exceeding hard luck on its road trip. The boys left Brown- wood Wednesday morning enroute to Ste- phenvllle after dropping four straight games in that city. They were defeated twlco each by Daniel Baker and Howard Payne. The men played John Tarlcton Agricultural Collego yesterday and are playing them this afternoon. They go to Meridian in the morning via the "rusty rail limited" changing trains at the beauti- ful little town of Alexander and thence to Morgan from which place they will motor to the town of Meridian twenty miles distant. They play the Meridian Men Fri- day and Saturday. The Wildcats met with hard luck at the very outset of their journey when on Frl day they lost the i...

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

1919 Publlthed Weekly by the Students ol Abilene Christian College. being able to say that wo have a degree COMMUNITY SERVICE IS Entered as Second Class Matter at Office Abilene Texas. Post Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. - $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Mbney Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Association. Press or that we have so many credits If we arc not ablo to manlpulato the knowledge that we are supposed to be capable of manip- ulating? None. Seniors give heed to this reminder for the students are expect- ing ou to improve. Do careful lest you disappoint them again. Wendell II. Demchek Editor-in-Chief Vera Ray - Assistant Editor J. McIlwaine DAiMES....Religious Activities Edwin D. Mahtw Business Manager Aldredce Mason Asst. Business MgT. INTRODUCED IN CHAPEL One offthe most enjoyable Chapel exer- cises held in the College in some tlmo was that of yesterday morning when Mr. Petit and Mr. Sh...

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

IT BY-LAWS AND CONSTITU- TION SHOULD BE READ BY AH STUDENTS association with the other contests. The prize for Article VII. this contest will bo a .complete set of Section 1. Thb constitution and by Mark Twain's work to be awarded by SHIWWBHBHHHaHHSKXSKSSHSBHSBfflSWflHSWSHs CONSTITUTION. Article V. Section 1. It shall bo the duty of the president to preside over all meetings to cast the deciding rote in case of a tie in the convention and she shall havo the power to call a special meeting by tho re- quest of a majority of tho colleges in the association. Sec. 2. Tho president shall appoint a committeo whoso duty it shall be to see that the Press Association annual meetings shall be advertised In the colleges previous to the time of that meeting. ' Sec. 3. The vice president in the ab sence of tho president shall perform the duties of the officer. Sec 4. It shall be the duty of the re cording secretary to keep an accurate copy of the amendments of the constitution and by-laws which a...

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

BMMMBMBiimaiawttuai Today. Tomorrow All Time our merchandise carries the same economy prices for you. Whatever you select here we assure you that the day after or whenever you visit us that merchandise will bear the same price. In 1902 this policy was adopted in our first store. Wo believed in it. Tho public welcomed it. Wo are still following it. It has been one of tho causes of our rapid expansion. Closely adhering to many principles learned while pioneering in our business we are continually serving old friends and getting acquainted with new patrons in every one of tho 312 J. C. Penney Co. communities. v-rv ifH imi in vws" im m ' ml aV.w.vV2lBl rss 0WMgJ Qncorbomted 312 DEPARTMENT. STORES BY-LAWS AND CONSTITUTION. (Continued from page three) ' ttamuBUMaBaKraawflM tfflmmMiPfflfflmmmmmmromfflmtiMircfflMBUfflii OUR SHOWING OF Spring Woolens Consists of the newest patterns in Tweeds Ovcrplaids Checks and Herring-bones in the latest shades many of which arc ex- clusive designs. A loo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 March 1922

Jli5 jfc .' V "oy sAaM ie in heaven over one sinner that repenteth mor t than over? i ninety and nine just persons who need no repentance-" Luke 15:7. i i i i i ir i -i Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 30 1922. Number 25 r ly- INTEREST IS GROWING IN SERIES OF SERMONS BEGUN SUNDAY MORN SUNDAY MORNING. On last Sunday morning Brother Brewer began the meeting In the church at this place. The tubject for the first sermon was from the parable of the Marriage Feast. Brother Brewer announced that his first sermon should be expository. His text was from Matthew 22:1-4. "The parables of the Lord Jesus Christ always help us to understand God. It seems that sometimes some of his parables are used to make his meaning more ob- scure. For this reaton some people al- ways find them to be false but those who go to them in the right frame of mind al- ways find them of great help. If Jesus is using figurative language he is compar- ing one thing to some other thing. We find that he u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 March 1922

TTBHiWaKii 1 I i lit 2jffirftt$ Published Weekly by tlie Students Abilene Christian College. ul Entered as Second Class flatter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Koom 6 Subscription Per Year.......... .......$1.50 quitters are few and that is the big reason for rejoicing Hero's to the loyal student. Hero's to the many .loyal students who still believe in the Wildcats and who'aro going to back them unjil the season is finished whether they ever1 win a gamo or not Down with the sorry fellow who begins well; if it is 'In order. to use such A word the fellow1 who begins "griping" as soon' as some lit ECHOES By Untie Ichabod. Self-determination is one of the most effective aids a young man can have when he starts to carve out a fortune and make his life really count To succeed 'Js to want success bad .Piiaaoasafflfflfflfflfflfflggg Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Associ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 March 1922

mm Interest. Ih Growing in ScricH of Sermons that '; Berlin Sunday MoriiiiijJ (Con'lnucd from pag one.) 'men of the world they would recognize In Christ the fulfillment of their ideals." "Christ meets the need of tho human heart." The speaker presented the pic-' turo of a world seeking mirth and longing for relief from its sorrows; a relief which only Jesus "who bore our griefs and car- ried our sorrows" could give. The sym pathy of the Savior and His tenderness toward men was touchingly brought in the story of the raising of Lazarus from the dead. ' Tliero was great interest in the service. Tho large audience listened with marked attention seemingly to every word that fell from tho lips of tho speaker. The song service was inspiring llaptizing marked the close of the evening meeting. Kitjens and he was in turn succeeded by Brasswell Oliver Critic. Nol'es. Etler was substituted for Walls. Virgil Smith Yell Leader. In the first inning the Kittles "batted Jesse Mac Sewcll Lyceum Manag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 March 1922

IWWHBaHUtMlMiaMMMBBi8afflt mmmmtmmmmmmmmummnmm nmmmbmmmmmmitmmm v OUR SHOWING OF Spring Woolens Consists of the newest patterns In Tweeds Ovcrplaids Checks and Herring-bones in the latest shades many of which are ex- clusive designs. A look will convince you we are leading them nil in the new things while they are new. Our prices are within the reach of all. Sec us and Sayc Money. . NEELY-BARNES THE MAN'S STORE A. G. G. Nine Has Much IIai;d Luck On Trip (Continued on page two.) KBBffiflaHSBSMaammfflmH PK2UHliil)lBEf3flffl STOKmi'MffflrtfflMWHiffl'lM JNO. B. NEM PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING DtPCKWEPmmmiMnraBrcmnCTmnCTfflfflmmCTrcrorc iMllMamEffliaBlfflfflfflH 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 as PINE STREET tPffimgmfflBfflmoranironngniaKMTO WE tfAVE THE BEST IN TOWN FAUCEIT & MORGAN ATHL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 April 1922

3Mrata k- Youth is a blunder man hood a struggle; old age a regret. Our life a liltlc gleam of lime between two eterni- ties. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 6 1922. Number 26 OVER TWENTY ADDITIONS RESULT OF BRO. BREWER'S MEETING AT THE COLLEGE CLOSED WEEK'S SERIES OF SER- MONS ON SUNDAY EVENING WITH GREAT ADDRESS. GOOD SINGINGJS ENJOYED Much Good Both Visable and Other- wise Is Result of Second Meeting of Year. Ono of the greatest protracted meetings ever held in Abilene Christian College was closed last Sunday evening when Brother C. C. Brewer Minister of the Church of Christ at Cleburne Texas closed his ser- mon on "Heaven What Will It Bo to Be There?" Brother Brewer preached some of the most stirring sermons ever heard in the College. He showed a very close and thorough knowlcdgo of the scriptures and presented his message in a pleasing man- ner. Brother W. II. Free of this city A. C. Cs great song leader lead the sing ing during the meeting. A synopsis of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 April 1922

r it t V jfeite6 Published Weekly by the Students Abilene Christian College. ol 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 Intercollegiate Association. Press Wendell II. Bedichek... Editor-in-Chief Vera Ray. . Assistant Editor J. McIlwainf. DAitNr.s.... Religious Activities Edwin D Martin Business Manager Aldiif.dce MASON...ABst. Business Mgr I NORTH FIRST PAVED TO COLLEGE CAMPUS North First Street Is now paved from Pine Street the main street of the city to the Abilene Christian College campus with the exception of a part of the last two blocks. The paving is of solid concrete and will enhance the valuo of tho property along the street very much. Tills step by the City Is very much appreciated by all tho friends of the College. Measures arc being taken to make a city park of the stretch of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 April 1922

a. r V V 'a s r " .y'i Man -Made Lightning FRANKLIN removed some of the mystery. But only recently has science really explained the electrical phenomena of the thunderstorm. Dr. C. P. Steinmetz expounds this theory. Raindrops retain on their surfaces electrical charges given off by the sun and other incan- descent bodies. In falling raindrops combine but their surfaces do not increase in proportion. Hence the electrical pressure grows rapidly. Finally it reaches the limit the air can stand and the lightning flash results. And now we have artificial lightning. One million volts of electricity approximately one fiftieth of the voltage in a lightning flash have been sent successfully over a transmission line in the General Engineering Laboratory of the General Electric Company. This is nearly five times the voltage ever before placed on a trans- mission line. Much valuable knowledge of high voltage phenomena essential for extending long dis- tance transmission was acquired from these t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 April 1922

.' poKWfflSHmssffiBm Dignified Faculty Silk Stripe Shirts Remarkable Value For Men IT is our good fortune to bs able to offer our customers this exceptionally line qual- ity Dress Shirt for men at a price that assures a truly re- markable 'value. $1.98 Men's Neckband Dress Shirt; extra fill cut of woven madras with thread silk and fibre silk stripes. Now Spring patterns In neat nnd fancy effects. French cuffs with button on aleeve faclnc. Volume buying for 312 store enableu us to offer you such values as this. J. C. Penney Co. WMMfflfflfflfiafflaMMM3fflM MmairMitaiMKfflmot i Do If Electrically Make the home work lighter and easier by using A FEDERAL WASHING MACHINE AND FEDERAL VACUUM CLEANER Wc have many oilier labor savers. Call and sec them and ask for information. ABILENE GAS k ELECTRIC CO. Commercial Department Phono Number 136 falMllltjWMftiiMMIir&WftQMIiriifSl OUR SHOWING OF Spring Woolens Consists of the newest patterns in Tweeds Ovcrplaids Checks and Herring-bones in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 April 1922

Aas i-j- 11 - " ''' '- '-"'" - ' ..-...... ... v . .. ?' "Though lie slay me yet will I trust Him." Naught but God can sat- isfy the soul. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL i:jt 1022. Number 27 ZELLNERS WIN FROM HARDINGS IN INTER- SOCIETY TRACK MEET CIRRIE IS HIGH POINT MAN WITH NINETEEN; POINTS GO H6 TO 27. MUCH INTEREST IS AROUSED Lctllow Is Second Willi Eighteen and Jnp Parmer Third Willi Eleven On Thursda) and Friday April 6-7 the Zellncrs met the Hardings in a track meet at the West Texas Fair Grounds. The meet icsiiltcd in an 86-27 xictory for tho Zcllncrs. Individual liunorg of the day wcic us follows: llrnce Currie high point man with 19 points Harvey Lctllow 10 points Jap Partner with 11 points. The schedule of records and events were as follows: 100 yard dash Lctllow (Zcllncr) first Jackn (Zellmr) second While (Har- ding) third. 1 mile run Fox (Harding) first Wil- liams (Zellnci) second Kcnlcy (Har- ding) tliiid. 22U low huidlc Forfeited 1 liar- dings. Con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 April 1922

V :. t 1 i - I III. . . M j ssri in r ttftHS Published NNcckl) hy tlic Students Abilene Christ i.m College Hnlcrid as Second Class Mailer nt I'nst Office Abilene Texas Office Administration Duilding Itnom 0 Subscription I'cr Year .. ..$1.50 tldios nil correspondence and make all Mnncv Orders Pav.iblc to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. criticisms to become dlsgucstcd with their Clubs. And it might be said that some of the members themselves came to be objects of disgust. Wh did they do this? Moral: Let's Ql'IT doing it now. Member of Texas Inter collegiate Association. Press A I sin n II. Hum. ink Vmv I! vv I. Mcliu VIM IlvllMs I'rmiN I) Mmitin ti'iiiii(i. Mvmjn IMitnr-in-Chief Asistant Editor Ileligious Activities Ilusincss Manager Asst. Ilusincss Mgr. EDITORIAL. THIS WEEK ic (.liiinn nj Spring. I he leave .lie coming out on the me- rpiite tin'-! 'Ib.it mean nuuh. It mean lb.it Spiing i fullv pie-cnt and will re- main licie until the beat of summer ha mollified it out. It mean that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 April 1922

MMNNMMiMiMHiMMMiMtftffWft THREE PLAYS ARE GIVEN APRIL 4TH BY THE DRAMATICS The A. C C. Dramatic Club presented tlircc pla)s in n recital given Tuesday eve- ning in llic Atiilitoriiiin. 'Ilice plas were selected frnm those ucil fur studio work during the winter term 119 the tlircc best. The first phi) was "'I lie Crstal Oarer" li Montague; a fortune telling farrc in otic act. 'llic play was cat by Miss Lo- rem' Chambers of the Lprosion Depart- merit win- p!.icil the part of Madame La Soreiere the fortune teller. The part of Mis llissie Blank was pla)cd li Merle Allen. 'I he scene was laid at Madamc's. Ilotli )onng ladies played their parts e- cccdinply well. The second play "'I he Missing Card" ! han lid) was directed liy Miss Eie llamho alo of the Expression Depart- ment 'llic eat im hided: Nicholas Ilindle (a -olicilor) Wendell lledidick. Major TiifRIc Maurice Leach Mrs. Millington (.1 widow) Willie lluillc). Soph) (her maid) Jaunila Allen. A peculiar circumstance resulted when bot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 April 1922

" F i pi )t It It It It 's n B It It It i " ! t mmmwiUiwiiVKm C!niCl!fJiCl0!ClfflS313!CMffil!3CfflRM15M5 $fc OUR SHOWING OF Spring Woolens Consists of tliu newest patterns in Tweeds Ovcrplaids Checks and Herring-bones in the latest shades ninny of which nrc ex- clushc designs. A look will convince ou wc things while they are new. Our prices nrc within the reach of nil. Sec us antl Sac Money. NEELY-BARNES THE MAN'S STORE BKDfS8aiKHTOf5norit:jr5f55r!f'if')r!?if'!nnrif)fiO! inoonrjf.iooLiuoonaocjaanni WEAR A COLLAR YOU CAN DEPEND ON When you slip on one of our laundered collars in the morn- ing you know that our neck will he neatly dressed nil day long. White firm hut flexible and with that domestic finish which distinguishes good linen. There's confidence and satisfaction in every collar wc launder. ABILENE STEAM LAUNDRY M I UVJ niiivi.' 5te50C!?mMnnr3arjr3T3OT ROBINSON HAS BEEN A PHOTOGRAPHER THIRTY-SIX YEARS I learned in a big city and have worked for the aristocratic trade always W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 April 1922

iir 't-l ' Naught but God can sat' isfy the soul. MM I f 1 U U il 1 TI1fMfrl t "Though He slay me yet will I trust Him." r f " Volumo IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 20 1922. Number 28 SIMONS COLLEGE ANGULAR MEET HERE MONDAY COWBOYS TAKE 48 POINTS. HOWARD PAYNE WINS 45 POINTS AND A. C. C. 33 CHANEY OF HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE BREAKS 220 RECORD Dallas News April 17th: Simmons with 48 points edged out on Howard Payne and Abilene Christian Col- lege in the triangular track meet held here this afternoon. Howard Payne made 45 points and A. C. C. 33. Tabor was high point man with 15Vi points to his credit. Chaney of Howard Payne broke the T. I. A. A. record in the 220 yard dash In 22 1-5 seconds. The sensation of the meet came in tho last event with Tabor's brilliant finish of tho relay race in the final lap. C. Woodward of Howard Payne started with a forty yard lead which was cut down rapidly by Tabor who finished fully twenty yards in the lead. Another feature came in Hurk's jav...

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