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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 May 1922

3jfitjM Published Weekly by the Student! Abilene Christian College. ol Entered as Second Class Matter at Office Abilene Texas. Poet Office Administration Building Room G Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. a Member of Texas Inter-oolleglato Association. Press Wendell It Bedichek Editor-in-Chief VeJia Hay Assistant Editor J. McIlwainB BAnNES....Religlous Activities Edwin D. Mam-in.... Business Manager AiimEDCE Mason- Asst. Business Mgr. imaffiHBHrnaamrama DEDICATION EDITORIAL. WORDS. Words may blight or bless make or mnr a man. They may havo tho healing power of tho balm of Gilcad or they may havo the venomous Bting of a scorpion lashed to hissing fury. Words may touch and tender man's conscience or they may hurt and harden his heart. Some have the sweetness of manna while others havo the pangs and pains of a dagger driven to the heart. Teeming millions may worship one word because ot tne meaning that...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 May 1922

tfefc iti V &. ift a1 "&JV kt" a y." 'ft-i L. felT s I. jto' ft S" Wr (fV 'Mi &. lli. I. Sbtltly Dell Sues Ono of man returned to his regular vrork hero and i -r-. . .-. . preached a splendid sermon dealing with Most Enjoyable Functions tl)0 dmIcs o he ChrUllan. VM Breat (Continued from page one). things were taken Into consideration t "a the form of a "Shakespcaro Questionnaire." I vision of God" "a vision of Salvation " France Cato and Warren Mansur were arid "service." Isaiah 12 is an 'especially joyous chapter and twenty or thirty of the Psalms are also of this character Psalms 3 27 and 69 are a few of the most outstanding. "The New Testament is an explanation of the Old Testament. Many quotations from the Old Testament aro found in the New and it is plainly seen that tho Old was used as a basis for tho New. "Among the Old Testament scriptures relating to Salvation Cencsis 49:18 Ex- odus 15:2 Deutoronomy 32:15 and I Sam (Continued on page four.) presented with a leat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 May 1922

mm J -1 n T . f ' ' t " tT'Jlfg :-V?f&i "1 jT ' Vi 9HnflHtliflftyi&i)ib' KKimaramfflffimcHMWJCHamM Help Us Build- -No city was built in n day. No organization can accomplish everything at one sweep. We arc building. Arc you on the construction gang or the wrecking crew? Re- member us If It's Insurance "LEAVE IT TO COX" Phone 320 BIMmKmsnffiCBGffiHSflHinMfflfflCI M JT3i3MmniIfflfflaaaSfflaCT!3?3l!K3CI55IJ snaimsflfflSOTHmHBrsffiEmcs IS G. C. HELVEY C. S. MUDD AND G. W. BEARD Hac bought the Oliver & Cranberry Grocery Store located at 152 Chest- M nut Street and tlic new firm will be known as the Abilene Grocery Co. S Our method of doing business will be along lines similar to that of the w old firm. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE G. C. Helvey C. S. Mudd and G. W. Beard 1 MISFIT CLOTHING COMPANY FOR EVERYTHING A MAN WEARS Full Dress Coats for Rent (Wimmmmnmnffiafflfflfflsmfflffima) Several Present Good Sermons (Continued from page tbice) waooas ssaffimjsiomiracicHac: PALACE DRUG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 June 1922

TT ri5"' Tiji.iT'n" .MX S -X . l ril in llllMilliMli i IMhMiHMMMMM "IJ"' ' 9V '"!"" v AC- lM'eSSs dmmiM0iMMMlMlM ' I MMMnMIMMM9BB3t)iflHi For to err in opinion tho it be not the part of wise men it's at least human. Plutarch. Volumo IX Third Summer School Opens REGISTRATION PASSES 150 MARK BY NOON ON WEDNESDAY SOUTH ROOMS OF BUILDING FULL MANY FORMER STUDENTS RETURN TO COLLEGE The third Abilene Christian Col- lego Summer School was opened last Tuesday morning at 10 a. m. in tho College Auditorium with ono hun- dred and fifty students ready to ma- triculate and begin their college work for tho summer. Many of the present students of tho College aro former students of tho institution who arc returning ci- ther to take their Degrees or to do work for a higher grado teacher's certificate. Up to noon Thursday over one hundred and fifty students had rcc istered. all tho south rooms and north corner rooms in Zcllncr Hall aro filled with girls and tho south rooms and north corner rooms on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 June 1922

I llfcl III Vw-S I-)' '! K.V- fi -rrfiil-VT'.fc-c 'T' Rpfw - - ' i '. y Ft IbEkt '' i . e V e WRY T ISffitWfi 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 Ycar.......................$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intcr-oollcgialo Association. Press WENDELL II. BEDICHEK Mn.nn.ging Editor (Summer staff to be supplied) EDITORIAL. While it cannot be said that things are humming in A. C. C. like they do during the long session still the College is by no means deserted. At least one hundred and fifty students have matriculated for for the Summer term. Many of tho Spring term students remained for the Summer and they have been joined by scores of others. Tho service which may bo rendered by conducting a Christian Summer School cannot be measured. Many young men and women who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 June 1922

t-irt!rt' ''. - - .-Hiiajaaii f . - g i l 'glfiill I'll1 I I'M" I I tf-' ttt vav """irTwwr -f or 7P-r- - mi . .if rmpyrr-- yiy --v -n(tijjn Keep the Vision on Your Mind ATHLETIC MEN WORKING ON FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 'T" T ''T'T - ifj ' ' ' t X-J I' A. Hail ye students of Abilene Christian College! Look long and hard at the above picture. Get the vision portrayed there firmly Fixed in your minds. It is the vision for n greater A. C. C the architect's drawing for a fifteen-year building program for the College. The ground is the thirty acre campus which has been purchased by the College. It lies just southwest of the present campus bounded on the north by the county highway on the cast by the street running in front of Shady Dell President Swell's home on the south by South Third street and on the west by the 1 inc running along the western side of the athletic field. The vision is not one which is impossible of attaining. The vision is one which was born of n desire to give a greater serv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 June 1922

iwaiupiwiwwiii iHMftiwflii1 '- 1 .' S PROGRAMS AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ARE PLENTY BEGINNERS' RECITAL AND OTHER RECITALS GIVEN DURING LAST WEEK. Commencement exercises of Abilene Christian Collcgo began Friday evening with a recital tinder the auspices of tltc expression department which presented Miss Mary Jane Ellmore of Alice pupil of Lola Loulso Harkins in the impcrsna- tion of "Evcrywoman" a morality play by Browne assisted by Miss Tolino Russell pianist college auditorium. On Saturday morning tlicro was a be- ginners' recital by pupils of Misses Faye Dabney professor of piano; Frances Cato D. 0. and Dernice Compere D. Mus with tho following program: La Souvenirs of the Masters ...... paulding Happy Farmer . . ... Schumann Polish Dance ......Scharwenha Elsie Leo Cox. Reading: Little Willie's Healing Anonymous Donclla Wade. Vesper Bells - Xrogmann Pony Race Krogmann Coy Ellison. Reading: Seeing Things at Night Eugene Field Donclla Wade. Fairy Legend Rosa E. McCoy Cradle Croon . Stri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 June 1922

i f!f ""30 h . &-. 4 KHHt' . JM1MH -v! ' I " Vs' 11 ft I . ' V j t r h & ( 1 1 ' ii ' m K rr' N fl U m -b 1 1 i - - f -The world is' full of good. Cheer up quit knocking. Volumo IX . rTilni 'jr. '' ' -Jfef nit LLl i SUMMER STUDENTS ENJOY HOLIDAY LAST TUESDAY AUTO RACES BAND CONCERT AND OTHER THINGS ENJOYED. A holiday from all classes was declared by Dean Speck last Tuesday in commem- oration of the Declaration of Independence. The students spent the day In different ways. Somo of the girls just had to go shopping whilo some of thcra did not want to do anything but stay at home and sleep. Most of the students however received all the thrills and all tho amusement which they wanted when they went to the big Independence Day Automobile Roccs at the West Texas Fair Park. A crowd estimated to number from ten to twenty thousand saw Phil E. Shafer of Fort Worth pilot his Dcusenbcrg Special to victory In the big fifty mile free-for-all race. Ho garnered a total of moro than $120000 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 June 1922

' . "' j ECIMENS Who's Who vnmsmmmmmBmEMMsxEBsmmsiES TIC WRITING REX STUDIO Kodak Finishing and Enlarging. Frames of nil kinds mado to order. Quick and Prompt Service. 249 PINE ST. PHONE 527 yoposal. Wthy of estimation! yon and much medlta- illation you possess In V strong inclination to v On your approba-- ) shalbmako prep- moTO ni situation to a moro ntlonjind if such oblation is icrvntio i and can obtain corn- 3HDimBDffiMafflpammuu)!j)uiinuiniaiffl!a(cui.a will tie an aggrandizatlon DDjmUMlUffifflK&n BBSS i i . -ftft .- 1 5?V ' 'V ' tjR' 'I'-'1' -iT" l )" K. IVil .- iA. J . ri T i - " V i.ilA i nil ii i irnMk I f' n?-MUiiillilRSliilsK&iiBlKNIIHKiB . BWHhitfHvuiHHEXiUMMKHHWIHiiMM Wi?! --: -r-- . l!!&ik'ji' 7HSS15usti BKTaLMrfrf" - . I Barri'! " list"""! tii 'ilnffOBClolKICM JiloJlFTsm A 55" lrfrT7). liBM FlgagMlNiir ii!!!iKSHHKa8MBd R Nobody homo but the lights and they're gone out. n of the joy and ex- f yours Sam Dissimulation. ceptance. cd lur oration with much litt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 June 1922

feuMNMMNN) Jpb'Ipp -ptf- 3'' "JflWl T tw? f p ' TiVaff flfS t JHHiHnt : a hi V ii i I JW "The Parlor" V The Daisy Hnll pnrlor. In tho heart of each hoy who ever ascended thj thirteen steps of Daisy Hall and entered the parlor there to await the coming (f one the nearest one to his heart there is a different feeling. Throughout this state at present there are happy homes the lipids of which received their first feeling of love for each other inside the romance walls of the Daisy Hall parlor. Since 1914 have the wide awake rcd-bloodei young men of Abilene Christian College journeyed to this sacred spot "when th rules were off." Within it there is an air of purity and air of refinement a feeling of sweet longing to that person who waits for ONE. . To the mere onlooker or the disinterested reader who 'aa never been in the Parlor there may seem a bit of useless sentimentality in lha above. But to those even those older persons who have watched the "prdgrcss and the "losses" whicli have o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 June 1922

r i turn ti . ' fit S '. vrt' iitiMu..;i m iiMiinjilinw wn wSRl1 m'n iijW PMJ rv4r J v'"J I fT" " Hh.jt . ihf je . "- . JgyJMMMBMgMto j i ' ' - n ig iT?i. - - -L.VAaHSUBlW. ItHlfiliMfJlHffli i f4t itrmmp!';' ' w -Bf ipwh S mkXr . rony Ilea' r The Place of Football in College Told By a i en by to famous football player who cannot signliis name due to various reg- ulations and red-tape. During tho past winter Football was sc vcrelv criticized. From all slues came cries of "brutal" "unnecessary" "profca sfonallsm" and "ovcr-cmphaslzcd." Twenty years ago football was a game of brutal strength. Tho center-rush re quired it Dut with the realization of the benefits and scoring powers of tho forward pass and open play the game lias changed into one of speed and brains. To ono who has played it football needs no defense. It is undoubtedly the great- est sport for the development of character. Moral courage Is essential. From the first day of practlco the player is taught to eliminato persona...

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

! Mw $ ffWfW J iV' l ' v. ' ; . ric ivorcf m o good. Cheer up quit knocking TVic jvort Ji full of beau- ty open your eyes and sec r i Volumo IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JULY 13 1922. Number 30 7wlM'P 'w5??WVw'. '" Y t " f rah iiffliffiRIi . k li ' fc p 4 ci College Man and Co-Ed Have Battle of Words in Discussion of Some Sounds in Daisy Hall lly the Co-Ed. Did you ever try to study In Daisy Hall? You've missed the most thrilling; thrill- ing is tho exact word. For instance on the night before an Analytics exam when )bu have to cram a whole chapter into your feeble brain on Cartesian Cn-ordl-nates (It is not known by tho writer just what that means cither) study hour mean- ing the tlmo which elapses between six o'clock p. m. and 10 o'clock p. m. pro- ceeds something like this: You turn to page thirty and begin with problem twenty- one which reads: Provo by "WEST! BOUND MAIL! ALL ABOARD1" (comes a cry from tho third floor aboie) means of slopes that (2 3) (1 -3) (3 9) llo on...

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

'"K i1' Jf a v ..m?ipw - r'AM - !" "nJT""MnaiM-riii m WL "Ji 'X. ' 'T'v' ." ... .- -v.T- SSadtf ' ' '.I.' 'i i m--mtmmlmatiiri&l'&l!l M?Mmr.mtrMi - wJk t 'mm 11 ; t . v i-( "& ifi- 'i AJ il Published Weekly by llie Students ol Abilene Christian College Entered as Second Clnss Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Hoom 6 Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Address all correspondence and make nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Intcr-oolleglato Press Association. WENDELL II. BEDICIIEK Managing Editor Bruco Curric Oran rreeman Margaret Dishop Associate Editors HOMESICKNESS. "Breathes there a man with soul so dead Who never to himself has said This Is my own my Alma Mater?" From tho correspondence which has been dripping Into tho A. C. C. post office it seems that the regular annual July A. C. C homesickness epidemic has como upon ull who have been exposed to that dis case. The discaso is very contagious one being su...

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

BBHHWw ii flr H flu flv Hv flfl ug wm Ah H The Abilene Christian College Football team shown above will return to A. C. C. on September 5th to begin training for the game to be played with Clarendon Col lege nt the West Texas Fair in this city. The men pictured above arc beginning at the top and reading from left to right: cisell llcrvcll guard Mcrkc Texas; Alfred Collins fullback Big Springs; Odic Kinney gnurd Gorman; Eldon Sanders center (1921 Capt.) Lockncy; I.olloy (lied) Williams fullback Lorenzo; Palmer Craig guard chillicothc; Elmon Hall half- back Abilene; Wilt Scott Sweetwater halfback (Capt. elect) ; Reynolds Cnntrcll left end Abilene; A. C. Hill left tackle Iowa Park; llichard Kenley right end Wich- ita Fells; Eskcr Curtis quarterback Vernon. Carl Etler right tackle Kirkland and Lcland Adams quarterback Cliicknslin Okla. arc not shown. All these men save Sanders will be candidates for nevt full's team. a year and carries before it a mass of rock and debriss. It is tlio so...

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

y&fc V t"'V' '" " " ' ! II. -! I II l College Man mid Co-Ed '.continued from page onri some secluded spiritualist 6cancc. To the best of our knowledge and somewhat 11m itcd experience thoso sounds resemble those best made by standing on a bed or chair nnil nnundins the celling above with tlio handlo of a stout broom. Quito often this pounding Is accompanied by the tweet music nf a ccntle feminine voice. "Oh! Dock) Oh! Lowell." Of courso wo should not iudse. but quite often it seems that tho broom pounding can easily hold its own with the most adept of buckct-brlaadcs. Speaking of different sounds did you over listen to tho soothing undertones of a heavy train passing over a hollow bridge structure? It compares pretty favorably to the sounds of a good forty calibre snore? And to think snoring usually goes in Dairs and Daisy Hall is never an ex ccntlon. At least tho second floor strives very consistently not to lo eccentric. Do they succeed? Ask Lowell. . In order to bo fully unbi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 August 1922

... . f mwflmm 1 ' ' K ' jk V rS "v f "' f.t' . " "3iT vtirEnBvw."?r..'Tr i i-v ric worW fa uW of good. Tlie world is full of beau- ty open your eyes and see Cheer up quit knocking. Volume IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE; THURSDAY AUGUST 3 1922. Number 39 . JteJlppM uigantic Drive is Begun Among Ex-Students of m. C. C. to Raise $60000 to Build Boys9 Dormitory Id Mission Paper Contains Article on Bro. and Sister Sewell Written by A. C.C.Pres. College Roommate Brother Yunouke HIratsuke of Tokyo' HIM. ANT) EI.I.IS f AUNTY it (FJpan un oia launiui preacner 01 uio an IV Gospel has recently sent to Sitter Wra. J. If Bishop Matron of Daisy Hall in A. C. C rdn copy of tho "Japan Missionary" a little lour page paper which was onco publish- 5in Tok)o by her husband Brother Wm. Bishop who has gone to his reward. thcr Bishop and his wife litcd in tfjeyko several years and tho two oldest of their three grils Margaret and Julia were Wrn in that city. lie copy of thp little paper which sister Bishop ...

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

: f mumiim uMimit 3881 Vif'frtftfllBhBEfflBSfg I5S-. IS? Ail ik. 'mjUmHW n awa I r v t ' s jd V fit' n 4 ' I Published Weekly by the Students ol I Alillene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room ( Subscription Per Year.... $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICIIEK Managing Editor Bruce Currle Ornn rrccman Margaret Bishop Atsocfatc Editors INSOLIDARITY. "There is hardly a community in this country wlicro the people are not wrangling or at a disagreement and they jcontlnuo to maintain a bclligerant attitude toward ono another. The solidarity of commuuity life has been broken up. Tlio lino of cleavage runs through where the lino of solidarity obtained before the war. "The music of the times is rather indica- tive as to tlio influences which aro govern- ing the people. Wo have jazz mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 August 1922

www frSWWMMMMNI miMwmmw wmmmMfmtmmmm Miss Itnmbo Writes (Continued from page one). maiden with high heels and a narrow skirt sprained her ankle and had to bo carried from tho grounds. California teemed to have only two rep- resentatives and one of them was a hear or at least such a good Initiation the kid- dies ran. Illinois further branded herself as the sucker state by having her participants en- gagd In making way with red all-day suckers. Tho Iowa bachelor advertised for a wife. Among the applicants were the vamps from Missouri tho much-learned Miss Boston and Mrs. Colorado with her half- dozen children. None of these could stand the acid test of washing cooking and darn ing socks. Soon the queen of love and work came from his own state Iowa and all was well. Kansas mado her dchtit in a covered wagon. Bartering was carried on be- tween the early settlers and the Indians. However they did not allow their stato to thus remain for before the performance was ended they would fain ha...

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

Ai'tM h't-H- .jWa-ai Ui ii.ttiiiii?AVgg'r )Wnl E - TT "ffvC - i J New Fields to Conquer and Better Warriors to Fight for Purple and White Causes Loyal Blood to Boil As the days flit by and the time for the students of Abilene Christian College to congregato on the old campus draws near the thought which is uppermost on the minds of many Is the football team. They nre all very enthusiastic over the prospect for the greatest athletics next session that A. C. C. has ever had for thcro will be gathered hero the greatest assortment of athle'cs ever before garnered under the Purple and Whito standard.. It might be well to say also that each man who Is coming to school hero will havo a chance to malco the football team regardless of his past record whether he has ever had a suit on or not. Part of tho new equipment for tho first string men which was ordered sometime ago Is already hero and is ready to bo issued to the men- New suits of tho best quality wcro or- dered for sixteen men and th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1922

V " ' - -VIA ?SZl'.'L - lllMilwiiiw 4! HELLO EVERYBODY! -The world is full of good. Cheer up quit knocking. -The world is full of beau- ty open your eyes and sec line IX ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE TMU ISDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1 1922. Number '10 r aEAT YEAR FOR ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE SEEMS TO BE A CERTAINTY HIRTEEN STATES REPRESENTED IN RESERVATIONS BUILD- INGS BEING REPAIRED AND LABORATORIES IMPROVED. 'nspitc of llic fiii.inri.il depression which to lio found throughout the conntr) at present time nil tilings nt present in- ate n great year for Abilene Christian liege. A large number of the. member last year's student body and many nth- will enroll nct Tucs.la). At this c on)) u few rooms are left unreserved late reservations ar expected in large libers as cortesponclcnco willi scores of ospective students indicate. From all )orts the Senior class is to bo large and II other classes will not mil) bae man) ' last ) car's members in the ranks for Hither )cir hut these will he joined by any...

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