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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 April 1922

"It 4 V! .Jm P J1 K -m iwMmt ol Published Weekly by tho Students Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Gnu Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year .... $UiO Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST. Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-Oolleglate Association. Press In God's eyes people arc not considered by their family names or by the street on which they live etc. but by the oppor- unity which they afford. The unturned facwWilnfuLnatlon nUtiidJcach to God spell opportunity? The most incapable clerk In Woolworth's store Is as priceless nn opportunity as you are because her spirit Is made in the Image of God. That spirit Is the tie of kinship and friendship among us all. J? Ahe field gla ss Wendell II. Bkuichmc. ..Editor-in-Chief Vera IUy. . ..... Assistant Editor J. McIlvtaine DAitNES..Rellglous Activities Edwin D. Martin ..Business Manager Aldredce Mason Asst. Business Mgr. EDITORIA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 April 1922

jHi w ( $ sv'' -13 - m. . j. t r-: fti$ ffj Wf J. "V iv. ! ' '' f . '' ' ; 1 i -j "! ; a j . Mr m Faculty Member on Leave of ' Absence Sends His Greetings (Editor' Note Tlio following communi- cation from S. Vernon McCasland grud- ualo of Abileno Christian College in '17 and now member of her faculty who is on leave of absence attending the South- ern Baptist Seminary In Louisville Ky. was received recently Vernon states that lio will not be able to return to the College for the commencement exercises this Spring.) To my many friends: I am presuming on the kindness of the management of The Optimist in taking this manner of sending my good wishes to all of the dear friends of past days and also to the host of young people now in Abilene Christian College whose acquaint anco I have never had the privilego of making. And though there are many faces in tlio student body now that I do not know I am acquainted with some whoso faces I have not seen because I have read every issue of The Op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 April 1922

: ..I . i M. mi I I .ijiih i minimal inn i jimaniiiM niinmnmiii imimm m mimtimmiimMHaMimm0mwmamimimiJnUiittnimKgn Vbt JflsW MMM WWBMIIHHWHlllJtt3TOCJ0JMttUHflWW Ml II -! I II 11 .1.1 I I- I ll.l.l-l I I .1. I I .1 sm I mm. "V -. JH T? &:? Service O'Stein-Bloch Clothes Zr Rendered 2y 7WrFiNE InnerTailoring . OjSL. a ATT fl) 7jj) Smart Clothes Qood Clothes Are Cheaper Than Cheap Clothes (5uality pays the wearer Cheapness only pays the maker and the presser and the repairer. The danger this season is not that a man will pay too much for his clothes bu ttoo little so little that worth and wear are im- possible to give and get. Price is quickly forgotten but Quality is unforgettable because it is your daily companion. quality- jCvalw - reovce ft"'?' If You'll Only Compare You'll Surely Come Herel ColoreJ'MinHtrel Given (continued from page one) Vocal Solo Edwin Martin "Liar" Hufus repeated the speech lie made in defense of the scoundrel J. Warren Jackson who stole ten yards of calico...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1922

ISttv" T things come around to him who will but wait. Milton. They also serve who only stand and wait. Longfellow. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 27. 1022. Number 2') WbJ 'J I IP Af :- f 1 I I I 111 1 r T SL MM ML mr P Ill I III I I h r BASEBALL TEAM MEETS HARD LUCK ON A TOUR NO GAMES WON O.N WEEK'S TRIP TO CANYON NORMAL AND CLARENDON. HILL AND FOR'ESTER SHOW UP Two Giiincs Go By 2-1 Score. Hill Pilches Three Good Games and Kingery One. While they are Mill us fierce ami full of battle at when lhe entered the first Kanie of the eaon the Wildcats have met with some heart-breaking setbacks during the current season. The) were not ahle to annex a single (same on the week's trip to the. Panhandle from which the) return- ed Sunday night. The first game with C.uo on Normal went 6 to 0 with A. C Hill holding the Caii)on men to three scattered hit". 'I he nrt da) Horace Kin- gcr aided h f.it support went eleven inning hefoie losing the came 2 to 1. On the third da) "Left)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1922

-.- ' .'. i '. .'.r'v' " ' f" nil led In her I'liiiii'iiliim a Depailiiii-ut of TOfflOUOfjTJrlCJWffiJTSslBBraiOmUBiOTilJim ?& iiiiiiiiiiiiMriii'iiniiiiiiiiiiiiai ' ft 1 I'ltl1 vL!IllltlllSIIL'M"ni Ia'm l'ef" lla up "" 'kc" I I j7 lln' llivlm txiiN liinil liiish in tin- iaiik f 'lej ( nllep- jnurnalNin lull since I'uhli.hcd Weckl) li tin- Mmli-nH i 1(n Mp) m(J lk(M (1.( 9lrilc f(M. Miilcnc Chrili in (Jiilli'cc. I'.nlcr.d n Second Clnss "I HUT .11 I'lisll Uv hiving I In Dcpaitniciit nf IuiiiimI- Oil ice Miilcne. Texas i i-"n Hica me enahlcd In pim'ino ciils whu h-v hiil tpciioiiio in journalistic woik ii'l llir iln mil hae In iel) ii win a few Hltl.lciil In lieu I lie hilldcn nf puttinc mil llif pipiM. 'I hi' uto .ililc In haw icil lii" Mini vhn know llirii luisincss in l In- .lillc-trm nlTiioo nf the StafF. 1 Office illiilnilMli(ili Hiiilding llnnni d SiilKcriplinn I'er Year Sl.'O .l.he all cniicpniuleni e ami make Mmiev Older l'.i.illc In Tl III OIMIMIST. Miilcne. 'Ic.i Momhci n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1922

THE FIELD GLASS W lien taking mi I'x.iinin.itiiiii won- nti t-u-r fiiunil licilaliiic in mir choice nf tlin iipliiiii.il lictuion tun iiirtinn -one nf tlii'in ii .mil tin nllii'i haul? e? And iliil imi. with n (iitn.ii'0 at t lie ar- niniMiiin! I tn mum -rlf-ir-ptTt. i'Iiiiiiv the it inic lirr.m Mill knrw luiiKi mi that iilii'il.' Mi! 'I lien miii llllllll'll lIllMII in Mllll -l-.lt lll-Cllll'l' Mill ('iiiililu'l. with ilaiing nmfiili-iic c in cut ---f. i limiki' tin' haul lliini: .mil ilo it ml- llahl). 'I Item .lie 'haul ihing" anil "i.i lllilljt-" In iln tin- umlil mi'l. Some- time"" "the haul" and "tlic ei" ir-nlu- IIii'iiik li' intn tin- "lh.it 11 1" anil "the had." ()iiuitiinil i im oi i-il ion tn tlii- liw-imi. I In- nnil .ilii.ilili'.iil in vi iirniK and ii-inj; iimitiiinh i- i nnfiilcric. in iim" vlf. ()ii(iitnnitif rinllrl iiiIi u-l n-' ilnwn tin- i-iiii- "f limr. Sum- an- -will. titlii'i au- nut. It i- iiiiU iIkiv nf iih wlin mm- iii-iaiiil who tan ichIi nut a hand and hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 April 1922

r M c U' MINSTREL TO BE GIVEN ATEULAFORYEARBOOKI It i ri'porlcil tlint llic priiKip.il slrtl which was will pit to laila fi mil a reliable source i in the Prcs Club Min- iecentl iiccntcil here Cull.ibau Cnunt S.itur- QUARTERLY REPORT OF BISHOP-VINCENT WORK AND APPEAL FOR AID du) inching coloied show 1) IVar. A tentative l.itc for tliu viiled where the) will prcenl the fm the benefit of the Prick- Mintiel iiml th.it in I'riil.i) evening. ECHOES. h.ii been set at Guion place ma be By Uncle Ichabod. When you tell a man something it goes in one car anil out the other. When you tell a woman something it goes in both1 cars anil comes out her mouth. Some college lectures arc like pins. They arc headed in one way anil pointed another. Yes Nature is certainly wonderful. Did you eer sie a pair or lips tbat wouldn't fit? "Light" nntl "FniUi" are Main TIiciiicn on Sunday (continued from page one). ilarkncM. Wc might know all the science. To Our Neighbor Drelhrcn history all subjects of this kin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 May 1922

All tilings come around to him who will but wait. Milton. Thvy also serve who only stand and wait. Longfellow. Volume IX ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MM I 1022. Number 30 CLASS OF '22 ENJOYING SENIOR WEEK i k mm.. ml v.w Tiiiiiii ! J '22 PRICKLY PEAR TO BE BEST YET; PRINTING DONE EARL KNOWN HAS HONE GOOD WORK AS EDITOR WITH HELP OF CLASSMATES. When I lie Dean has solemnly given each Sudor ihe priced sheepskin and llicy have eaeli gone nut frntn tlie helmed shelter nf nlil A. C. C. one of the monuments which will lie left for their successors tn iMijn) will ho the Secnlh Volume of The Prickly Pear the College year hook. 'Ihe printing of the hook has just hecn1 finished h ihe Abilene ivintinfs ( fe established' lllll -OHM IU Ml IOC 11.11111- IM Mil I 'I he writer 1m seen the tire w forwaid and ha become thoroughly Tifi.'CVJfes ibe and laid the fotpfe Wfcjjjmip'iijiit . . fc.xeta .yfflfli '& jfu" j'.w ' TLffJ.J" '"' '' " - "' 7'' JSBBnTM x - fc m i h m m mt v- - rrm iHLriora ...

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

$lV ITiTJ f j gn I ! ilff n 1 1 niiliinii iiihrmTiftiTiiii -t!. i Je '5 M 1'ulilisliecl ecMv l)V llio .Students ul Aliilenc Cliritinn College Entered n Second Clnss Mailer at I'ost Odicc Aliilenc Texas Office Administration llullding doom 6 Sulisci iptinti Per ear . $J.r0 Adehcs .ill correspondence nml make all Mnney Orders Payable to Till OPIIMIST Aliilenc. Texas. Member of Texas Inter collegiate Press Association W l Mil i.i. II. IHiiirniK t'llilnr-in Chief Vniv It v Assistant IMiior J. McIiwaim IIuims Itellgious Activities Kim in I). Maiitin ..Itiisincss Manager Aii'iimm.k Mvson At. Hiisincss Mgr Canirilmton this neck: EDITORIAL. the resi'oxsiiiility axt) ol'por- portixity of iiei xg sexiors. s we see the Seniors winding up their final in tus mL in . C. C. we wonder jul eacll what then feelings unil cmiv lions must be when the think of leaving. One wonders whether the) aie sorr ii glad. And of coure thc are both son and glad. 'Ihe are glad that the) have lejiheel the goal of grad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 May 1922

livjsffiMi Ji!!X.TJS& HPJJJSESJJSEIIE 'l1'1';' TLuiJ wJfeaT)5?SS T '?Tj&2b&&L Jiui-"- ..--- Htiwj SMr irC ' "' ' Vf . JfflffjiSr $ ' -f' Take It From The Air TVTOT only music but news speeches mes- ' sages of every sort are today being picked out of the air. "How has this come a'jout?" we ask. The new impetus given to radio development may be definitely associated with the develop- ment of the high power vacuum tube" foT that . made broadcasting possible. And the power tube originated from a piece of purely theoreti- cal research which had no connection with radio. When a scientist in the Research Laboratories of the General Electric Company found that electric current could be made to pass through the highest possible vacuum and could be varied according to fixed laws he established the prin- ciple of the power tube and laid the foundation for the "tron" group of devices. These devices magnify the tiny telephone currents produced by the voice and supply them to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 May 1922

MffisimmniiinffiJSrajDiaMCiijitjiifewfni KOTranfflaiimKimiHraHffi IpMfflammEioiasffiim "H? i I . Ki K '1 it !! K K ! II i it SI 8 rvis B N8 J? "- V Design 36.1? The Jabri trimming at aair u Jh.r to acton ii hit uaui t lert titan thai lhiira' tl nett. 'Iii Deltor thin i )au just hi 't to make then New fabrics and frocks for spring Five hundred designs for the new spring season nt our pattern counter. You enn mnkc nny one of them tike a professionnl now that the Dehor comes with every new Duttertck pattern. We recommend the Deltor because witlt it women who never before made a dress in their lives are now rcRulnr customers In our piece good department. Stop in today and Inspect our new patterns and new materials for spring. Butterick Patterns with the Deltor t ' quALiTY-M VALue -senwee acjnniXHJuaaoafflraDaraiOTafisnfsoQia Hi it !! JClf )i OCKJfflfflBfJ3ClC5C58Kl!I5ClC)t2taDt!)aaQat:0 JttCiOCJfnt30f3fJ3fflCQat. tctffiocjaoo H.H.HARDIN LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL LET US H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 May 1922

i i r ' 'i-ifyi ??. T ip. U? hj? v v. ' "7 "fri". ' 11 j H I'WM. Hl IP DrWWl 'lTlfl"litt I ' Yea Team FiShll Fight! IIIMI Ir V br III till 1 Til 1 R i cv ; v r1 -' 1 !- l. W &. - i t &'. .? ?1 .l1 lf v Kt' . ; I? " Help conquer the Hill Dfllies. Volume IX TWO GAMES WITH DANIEL BAKER HERE THIS WEEK DIAMOND PERFORMERS ARE TO SHOW STUFF TQ HOME- FOLKS FIRST TIME. SIMMONS IS DEFEATED FRIDAY Bad Weather Has Been Hindering Men In Truining But Aro Now Ready to Go. Little hai been heard from the baseball team during the pait two weeks since they hare been unable to work because of the submerged condition of the playing grounds. They have been entertaining themselves with some practico games with the High School team and went out and engaged with the Simmons College team in a game last Friday. The score of the contest was 7 to 3 with the Wildcats holding the 7. Some of the Simmons' regular were absent in Fort Worth for the T. I. A. A. track meet while the Wildcats presented a rather ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 May 1922

V Published Weekly jjy tho Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered as. Second Class Matter at Post " Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year J1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas InteMioIlegiate Press Association. Wendell II. BEDiciiEK........Editor-lnChief Vfra Ray .Assistant Editor J. McIlwaine DAnNES....Religious Activities Edwin D. MARTIN........-Business Manager Aldredce Mason Asst. Business Mgr. water supply. It Is a real pity that some folks will continue to make themselves among thoso present in A. C. C. when to hear them talk one would think that they bad just been deported from Bolshevik Russia be- cause of being radicals. It is a shame to take any of their pleasures away from them but they cannot have tho water sup- ply to knock any more. There may be a time some day when 'each student of such an institution as this will come to feel that when ho k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 May 1922

SENIORS DO GREAT JOB ENJOYING THEMSELVES PICNICS PARTIES PARLOR CHATS AND MANY OTHER THINGS USED BY THEM. During the latter part of lost week the Seniors took every minute which they could find for being "coclable" they and their esteemed friends. On Thursday afternoon at four-thirty p. m. they oil boarded a motor bus at the College and started to Lytlo Lake- but tho bus suffered a collapse of a tire while moving in front of the "Mulo Darn" and tho party was delayed for an hour or so. When the happy folk readied the Lake they all spent an hour or two or three In social ease roaming over the landscape In perfect derision of -Social Rules thereby bringing to mind tho chief thing for which people labor through three years of College work Senior "privileges." As tho old sun was hiding his rosy countenance behind the purple shadows of tho mountains on the horizon a fire was buildcd and "wclnies" were roasted. Af ter the supply had been roasted some of tho more atrociously appetited ones ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 May 1922

" QSKJHoiOTmajffiwiamanmija EgEgffifflnamimiimtiimmmfflmaimBrarerannfflmwm Two-Piece Summer Suits For Men and Young Men itft u Cool comfortable hot wcntlior Suits with n smart swnitgcr stylo so desired by carefully dressed men Our lino embraces t'io pop. ular Palm Beach Cloths Mohairs Kool Kloth Oabardlncs and Trop- ical Worsteds. Values unusually high prices exceptionally low. $12.50 TO $22.50 Two and three button slnglo. and double breasted models; patch pockets pinch back styles three- quarter belts Inverted pleats; hlso conservative styles. Variety of popular fancy and plain colors. J. C. PENNEY CO. THE FIELD GLASS BrorafflmmtMniraurammmmfflaM3SiMlH1HMHD(MM wmrcMmroMWWijrcTOaiwiiwttHMgrcz OVER HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware Of All Kinds DASE BALL SUPPLIES NOW IN STOCK 214 PINE STREET PHONE NO. 68 piokWSMTOMroorocmHfflanflfflaffmr mafflMtttimMnMaiofflMTO(MaaTO Darkness and tlio oppressive foreboding stillness of night filled the hallway of the Capitol. It was tho impenetrated black- n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 May 1922

ma For to err in opinion tho' it be not the part of wise men it's at least human. Plutarch. Good nature and good sense must ever join; To err is human to forgive is di- vine. Pope. letnULIr rBrllllllllfllT .BJP" Wmkmk Zk. xJr Mk JF B m m m m dLJB?ML ' I I J tf.K. I " Volumo IX WILDCAT SPLIT SERIES WITH MNIEL BAKER FIRST GAME COES TO WILDCATS BY SCORE OF 9 TO 10 WHEN FORRESTER SWATS. GAMES MARK END OF SEASON Veteran Blair Holds Christians Five Hits in Second Game; Wins 6 to 1. to In the first game played at Wildcat Park Friday afternoon with the Daniel Baker Hill Billies tho Abilene Chriitian College Wildcats pulled an almost sure defeat out of the Cre In the eighth inning when with tho score 9 to 4 against them they turned the affair into a 10 to 9 victory Adams started the fireworks for the Christians with a clean hingle. Pitcher White then heaved one into Curtis and when Tcrhune Wildcat shortstop came up he connected for a single filling the sacks. The scoring began when "Lefty Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 May 1922

i If $tm (trnlSft Publtilied Weekly by tho Students Abilene Christian College. ol Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Offico Abilene Texas. Ofllce Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. SENIORS RETURN FROM GOOD TIME ON THE BRAZOS RIVER The party of Seniors who departed from tho Collego Monday morning' for a fishing trip on tho Clear Fork of the Brazos re- turned Into Tuesday afternoon after a rather damp ride borne. Only a few of the party got wet from tho rain but most of them were rather dank. In spito of tho rains everyono of them reported a hugo time with plenty of fish for every meal. $ALARI EC $1200 to $2000 HP Over ten time mtny position ui graduates. Moneybiclc cunrantca Insures position. World famnua count superior equipment and Individual Instruction tvciCOoftlm and money. Bpttlal rain NOW at Collet or by Mall Catalog Free. Dn.iftH'i BbsIdk. CiIIki AblltH Tu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 May 1922

Wildcats Split Scries With Daniel Baker (Continued from page one.) spoon tingled TIio last run came in tlio eighth when Glenn tripled and scoicd on LeMay's Llngle. The scores A. C. C. ah r h po n o Curtis c 2 4 17 11 Shcpard 3b .4 2 10 2 0 Terhuno ss .5 2 3 2 2 0 Forrester 1-p J 0 3 14 1 Cox lb .4 0 0 10 0 0 Smitli m 4 0 10 0 0 Hill pi 4 0 0 3 0 0 Craig r 4 0 0 10 0 Adams 2b 3 2 13 3 1 Total .35 10 10 27 20 4 Daniel Daker ab r h po a Wltherspoon ss ..... S 2 2 2 4 Glenn 2b 4 2 2 0 2 LeMay m 5 13 0 0 Lane c . 3 116 2 Denny lb 5 2 2 12 0 Asbburnl . 4 0 0 3 0 Bates 3b S 0 2 2 1 Mitchell r 5 0 110 White p 1 10 0 8 D. D. C. 000 100 230- 7 2 Summary Runs Curtis Wltherspoon Lane Denny Mitchell Athburn Blair; two hato hits Smitli Wltherspoon 2 Den- ny; three baso hit Lane; sacrifice lilts Dates 2 Lane; Earned runs A. C. C. 0 D. D. C. 2; left on bates A. C. C 7 D. D. C 0; stolen base Ashburn; double play Adams to Terhuno to Hill. Six hits and 4 runs oft Cox in 7 innings 5 hits and 1 run oft ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 May 1922

awmciMawami Help Us Build- No city was built in n day. ' j No organization can accomplish everything at ' one sweep. Wc are building. Are you ontKe construction gang or the wrecking crew? Re- member us If It's Insurance "LEAVE IT TO COX Phone 320 ? Speeches on France Enjoyed by Stndcnts (Continued from pago one.) mmMTiHnntpmMuiiuttiiiffimimKsmUiCKacXBfflg? JN0.B.HL PAINTS OILS WALL PAPER WINDOW GLASS VARNISH AND ART MATERIAL PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING nBnwBBHiimflHmaHHaanimyyii;iHnHBflwmBfflni BmiiumiirMMMiMnmmmiMiwwM G. C. HELVEY C. S MUDD AND . G. W. BEARD Have bought the Oliver & Cranberry Grocery Store located at 152 Chest- nut Street and the new firm will be known as the Abilene Grocery Co. Our method of doing business will be along lines similar to that of the old firm. we S0LICIT YOUn pATR0NAGE G. C. Helvey C. S. Mudd and G. W. Beard EnaEKigiEBrcMKMmpw no moral standards. No ono Is teaching spirituality. They are to be pitted and sympathized with and not censored. "The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 May 1922

i h For io err in opinion tho' it be not the part of wise men it's at least human. Plutarch. it Coor jwun? on good sense must ever join; To err u human to forgive is di- vine. Pope. '- Volumo IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN CQtLEGE THURSDAY MAY 25 1922. Number 33 V. br . W ft r k Ik ? fe WeSmmF COLLEGE STUDENTS HAYE CHARGE 0FWES(LY SING REGULAR WEEKLY COMMUNITY SING ON FEDERAL LAWN LAST SUNDAY GLEE CLUB ANDQUARTET SING Students Have Complete Management Of One of the Best Get- Together Services. A lore crowd was present at llio Fed- eral Lawn In this city lat Sunday after- noon when the students of Abilene Chris- tian College conducted tho weekly com- munity singsong. Tho Glee Club Male Quartette and members of the Community song leader's class were in chaw- . The Glee Club boys and the Quartette both made decided hits and the singing which was lead by A. C C. students was rery good. Edwin Martin Ernest Witt Ernest Walls and Fred Tidwell were among tho leaders. FACULTY ENJOYS MISS DAYiyHOSPITAL...

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