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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1922

w ' 0 4? Published Weekly ly tiie Students Abilene Christian College. Brtt 01 Entered as Second Class Matter at Pott Office Ahllene 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-boIIcglate Press Association. WENDELL H I1EDICHEK Managing Editor Druce Currle Orun Freeman Margaret .Bishop Associate Editors REMEMBER THIS Now there are more than twdnty.fjvc tu dents now thcro Is moro than one brick building now tliero' are mora members of tlio faculty During tho Inst year over seventy of tho counties of Texas wero rep- resented In the student body of the school not to mention the fifteen other states of tho union which were represented along with Japan. ( As we enter A. C. C- for a year's work let Us all realize tho sacrifice which has been made In order to make Is possible for us to bo here and as we tako full advantage of each o...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1922

CCSaOTEKMmWIHCt PRINTERS AND DESIGNERS OF EXCLUSIVE PRINTING fvi'iV. ! i f S Ora HEARTY WELCOME To AH The New and Old Students of A. C. C. IV w MAKE OUR OFFICE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHETHER YOU WANT ANY PRINTING DONE OR NOT. YOU CAN READ WRITE OR TALK-DO AS YOU PLEASE AND THEN WHEN YOU DO NEED SOME PRINTING WE CAN TALK SOME MORE .' pi . fHt ' t rt . ft p: i u 's Is 4 ft 11-" ' 1 OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE OUR WORKMANSHIP THE BEST FRYAR PRINTING COMPANY TELEPHONE 326 GOOD PRINTING laggjjHgjjBQiBaOCIflEBI 8 KflffiaiiimcjanffifflcasifflffiSfflKiffii 124V PINE STREET INTENSE LIVERS MAKE HAPPY BOYS AND GIRLS; 247 DAYS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS THIS YEAR The halilt of living Intensely and cor- rectly is ono of the best habits which man may have. The College student finds him- self confronted with many things by which ho may employ every moment of this time. In one session of school a student normal- ly docs enough things experiences enough and plans enough to fill many volumes should everything b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 September 1922

DIRECTOR OF VOICE DEPT. RETURNS FROM THE NORTH Miss Myrllo Dunn Director of iho Do- partment of Voice in the College of Fine Art has returned from a summer spent in Chicago where sho did post graduate work in tho" Chicago Musical College She is ready to toko up her duties in A. C C. and states that the expects the greatest year in tho history of her depart ment. Mils Dunn Is Director of the Col lege Glee and Choral Clubs and these or ganlzations have enjoyed much prosperity. They aro now recognized by capable critics as two of the most splendid musical or Conizations in this section. Every glrI who wishes to try out for tho Choral Club and every boy who withes to try out for the Glee Club are urged to report to Miss Dunn when the initial meet ing is called. OfltWmWsfflBSEBu tftsmemmmsmm COLLEGE CALENDAR. Friday-Monday Arrival of students. Tuesday 10:00 a. in. Opening exercises Tuesday 1:00 p. m. Registration be gins. Tuesday 8:00 p. m. College night. Saturday 8:00 p. m. Faculty Reci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1922

5K( ?g. ffi. te" .... UBRAKr Abilemj Cfrriahw CisW tc-1 I jLfe world is full of good. ' Cticcr up quit knocking. r 77ic worVZ w 0 6eau-' ty open your eyes and see ' Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1922. Number 1 " rr90n mm Eht tttttfiaT t J" t) lit V M SEVENTEENTH OPENING OF A. C. C. GREAT ONE LARGE GATHERING PRESENT FOR OPENING EXER- CISES TUESDAY. STUDENT BODYJS LARGE ONE Splendid Program Marks the Open- ing of Fast Growing School. The ' opening exercises of the seven- teenth annual term of Abilene Christian College were held in the college audito- rium Tuesday morning beginning at 10:00 o'clock. Mayor Dallas Scarborough who was to have delivered tho principal ad- dress was unable to be present. The auditorium was filled and the au- dience joined in singing the opening hymn "All Hail the Power- led by W. H. Free secretary of the board of trustees. Mr. Free also delivered tho address of wel- come which was to have been delivered by Mayor Scarborough. The inv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1922

w V i Published Weekly by Hie Students 01 Abilene Christian College. Entered at Second Clms Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year.- -...-.. .11.50 Address all correspondence and make Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. all Member of Texas Inter-oolleglato Association. Press WENDELL II. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief N. ALLRIDGE MASON Business Manager CLASS LINES. In the life of tho Colleges of the pres- ent day one of tho most evident things is the line which is drawn between members of the different classes Freshmen Sopho- mores Juniors and Seniors. Class lines and differentiation between the classes within themselves aro not harm- ful but we cannot see and could never see any real importance to the act that oho fellow has been in college three years another-only two onother only one while another Is just entering. A man is a man in Abileno Christian College and whether he be Senior or Freshman he is a student and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1922

IV 1 I s a ' W I $ - 4 ti W F3 i congest Faculty in History Now Gatkered (Con'lnuoil from pagn oni) r. - 1 also In tho Department ol Education. Hqwijrd L. Scliug D. A-. M. A. U for the fifth year head of the department of Modern Language. Prof. Schug hold both hi xkgreca froni the .University of Michigan being a native of that state- Ilo graduated with the class of '04 and re- ceived his Matter' Degree in '06. He was teacher of Latin and German In the University of North Dakota in 1904 and '05 and ha flao taught language in Blalno High School Superior Wis. Dubuque Iowa High 'School and Abilene High Scho6l. He vta a member of tho tummer faculty (jf Tho Collcgo of Industrial Arts in 1917. Tho Pepartment of Pychology and Re- liglou Education 1 headed again by Grover C. Morlan IJ. A. M. A. Prof. Mor- Ian is a native of Iowa and graduated from Scranton Iowa High School. Ho Is a former student of Thorp Springs Christian College and received his Bachelor' degrco from Highland Park College ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 September 1922

i tf :.?' m '' 4? the sole jp kEADYWlTH School Supplies AND Things to Wear FOR B0YSAND GIRLS FOR YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN GOING TO SCHOOL AND COLLEGE quAUTY-M wHgngmmgrffi!wiHnfflMmfflimnramnitgmnmnt WELCOME A. C. C. STUDENTS Wo invite the old students to come back to sec us and new 'v 8tu('cn's 'el'9 Bct acquainted. MISFIT CLOTHING COMPANY sssiaHOffitOTOT w WSSK5SSIM!fSSSB&MSWSSiWSWSSSSSSl!Si JENNINGS PLUMBING COMPANY PLUMBERS AND ELECTRICIANS "The House Tlutt Wants Youk Business" GAS WORK Electric Wiring Plumbing of all Kinds Bath TubsSinks Etc. WM)tUWnXKira?raraiKMBMB KWiX&CltD(y(WU(IXIXItD(I);l)Dn)3()(IWST DON'T ?I UHBLMLS ' fmfft U Mtiffi m6N$n ' Yi HIHI - r-'""Ki.t-v ... 1 J Au "- vs. "x lAMMiMammAviNc Come to And ihatP JR unit niVliU . ABILENE GAS & ELECTRIC COMPANY - JT'P 1020 N. First lBpttlfliHByMMMMaiMl.IiLlMUlllolMPjinlIT1 ifTOflnwMiffiroiMinftigTrarorcnnm I ww n MHHMHMmmnnm 33QTE3lH3naH3nSIXK8EK!BE9 STUDENTS! Are You Loyal if so Subscribe for The Optimist The Col...

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

-3 he iiorld is full of good. Cheer up quit knocking. -7ic norW is full oj benu t) open your eyes and ice AHILLNC CHRISTIAN COLLLGE THURSDAY NOl Mill It 2 1922 Number 7 f T - Vol. X. A. C. C. IS DEFEATED BY WAYLAND COLLEGE VISITORS COML I ROM BEHIND IN LAST PERIOD AND TAKE GAME THE FINAL SCORE IS 9 TO 7 Home Bo)s Hae llie Edge After Second Period Until They Weaken in Lat The Alulcno Christian College football team met the second defeat of the current season last Saturdiy afternoon when the) were noeil out l) the Wayland Iliptit College liam b the score of 9 to 7 A large and enthusiastic crowd saw ll" game which was hard fought throughout although slowed up at times l time tjken out for minor injuries The visitors scored first in tho seconil period when Captain Ureses drop kicked a field goal for 3 points The Wildcats came hack at once and launched a drive which trough them a touchdown when Alfred Collins left tackle liucked the ball three )ards for llie count cr Collins almost lost ...

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

TiT Published Weekly by Hie Student ol Ahilene Christian College. Entend at Second Oast Matter at Tost Oflice Abilene Texas. Office Administration IluilJing Itoom b Subscription fer Year $1.50 Address jll correspondence and make all Money Orders l'ayablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member ot Texas Inter collegiate Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICIIEK Editor-in-Chief NELSON A. MASON Business Manager HUPEKT D. WATSON Assistant Business Manager STAFF: Ila Duncan . . .Assistant Editor Margaret Dlthop Assistant Editor Louiso Jones ..Assistant Editor Issue reporters last weekx Maurice Leach Empress Gough Jua- nlta Allen Homer Mancr E. RatlifT Au- bra Danowsky James Childress and Beat- rice Hair. THE PRESS CLUD. The Press Club of Abilene Christian College has hardly been heard from since the opening of school. Press Club activi- ties have not been fostered In the proper manner during the past two years but we had hoped that such would not be the case this year. The local Press Club ...

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

Harper College Having Good Year. Her History and Future are Given By R. P. Cuff Associate Professor English In tlio Western division of the Central States In Central Southern Kansas about twenty mile) from the boundary lictwccn that state and Oklahoma stands tlio peace- ful beautiful progressive city nf Harper. Harper's two thousand inhabitants have reason to feel pleated with luxiirldnt shade trees and in providing so many modern improvements. Ilut it is not of Harper that we write. We write of a school at Har- per that blesses that city and. tlio mlddio West. Its influence reaches even into the Southland. Tennessee and Georgia and Florida; and Texas too aro represented in tlio student body this year llricf as is ihb history of Harper Col- lege the. Christian influence of the col- lege it rapidly spreading. The Hoard of Directors aro Christian men; tho faculty aro Christians; and tho college .is domi- nated by Christian principles Bible classes being taught dally -not to-prcaclr. c...

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

iKMMHiKaumtmumMiMamtiiimmiffli Tit Wtahh OHand-Tailorino In Stein-Bloch Clothes Makit Ibtit RlCi! Styis Slay With Thtm smMi Smart Clothes The Proof Is In ThePufOn 6 he finest mcr- JL chant tailor's clothes might Suits orTop Coats. The medi- ocre tailor comes nowhere near them. The proof is in the put-on. quAUTY-JvAwe -sBnvce Value Is The Something Yon Get Not The Sum You Pay -jaiw'!iaaw!fflaHW3nKi!rac8ffs30C8s TWO SERMONS HEARD HERE ON OCTOBER 22 "Self-control righteousness sacrifice praising God are thing which please God" said Brother G. A. Klingman on Lord's Bay morning Oct. 22nd in opening his remarks. "Have the power of God. Cod saved us and called us. 'We arc called sons of God.' He called us with a holy calling Jesui Christ abolished death liy dying himself. By the power of Cod ho overcame death itself. Eternal life is brought to our lives by Jesus Christ. Preaching may have been overdone leaving out some of the things which were more important but none of us want preaching a...

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

' "? h ' i ' ' tfc 'if ' ' f i ' (J V el I li II The world U fall of beau ty open your eyes and see H iif- t I t 3 hc-worldns'.full oj-gbo'd. ! CAcct up quit knocking. Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 1922. NimhW 8 I 1 1 1 1 '? r -? K j ..? i i. r 4 USUAL BASKETBALL WORK OUT IS HELD TWENTY-THREE MEN REPORT FOR WORK ON THE FIRST DAY. . FIVE LETTERJEN ARE HERE Many High School Stars Will Great' ly Strengthen This Year's Team. The Initial workout of tills season's kas- kelball squad was held Tuesday oflcrnoon in the Cage with llruco Currlo in charge of oer twenty men. Currle will have charge of the men until after the football season has ended at which tlmo Head Coach Payne will tako charge of the men. Coach Payno is enthusiastic over the prospects for a winning team with many eligible men reporting for . tho cage sport. The Coach was for four seasons a star player on the team of Simmons Col- lege this team winning tho Texas Inter colleglato Athletic Association ch...

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

Published Weekly bjr ilio Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room b Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inler-oollegiato Press Association WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief NELSON A. MASON Business Mnnngcr RUPERT D. WATSON Assistant Business Manager STAFF: Ila Duncan .....Assistant Editor Margaret Bishop.............Asslstant Editor Loulso Jones..- ..........Assistant Editor GENUINE OR SHAMMING. Many people try to slldo through life on a sham basis. There is nothing which is worthwhile unless it Is genuine. Let us not try to Impress anybody as being raoro or amounting to more than wo really are. If you are a turnip-green huckster by profession don't say that you aro a travel- ing salesman for vegetables. If you have very little hair on your head don't stick In a lot of "rats" to make a ...

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

I 'Unattached" Defended by Girl of Peaceful Mind and Heart D. and D. lia elucidated at length about love and lovers but not a time has he writ- ten about the clam of girls commonly known as "unattached." This little ditty Is composed by an unattached sister who has had experience of several years dura- tlon. Of courso practically everybody of Im- portance in school speaks In terras of "ho" and "she" but thero are some few who walk In paths just wide enough for one. Contrary to numerous beliefs the main diversion of these few is not sitting on tho back steps and watching snails vrhk by. Occasionally they derive great sport by indulging in a feeble cackle over some unusually love-lorn case. Those who say they aro in love often ask this question "Why don't these un- popular gfrls act cowqucttlsh limber up and step on the carpet?" Tho principal reason they don't is thai they want to keep a contented mind free from worry. How nice it Is to be able to stroll around tho campus not caring w...

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

H n GJQEffliffiW H Coats and Wraps -i ;wiNTER'S NEWEST STYLES FOR WOMEN AND MISSES Tho winter coats differ widely in style treatment but unani- mously agree in one thing soft fabrics of rare beauty that will cause you to marvel ut the skill of the weaver. Smart etraightline coats wrappy coats draped and side fasten- ing coats; some enriched with fur usually at collar and cuffs. Dut others arc plain tailored and void of fur especially the utility and sport coats. Our November prices for these desirable coats are decidedly moderate and in addition to the low prices we present all the news styles materials and colors for fall and winter. AT $15 20 25 35 40 $50. " QUALITY-MVAW-SenY: 0ccaiujfflS)Cia3a)flfeiDi8aisc)inaH5a5aia!iia5a!(5CMC3f3K(::t). msmfflmifflfflfflfflffliUffl?JHHJfflffl5 HIGGINBOTHAM BARTLEH CO. QUALITY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL 4TH AND PINE STREETS PHONE 7 suTBSOTsnMiiaiaiffiTra i i i . . I. i I. 1 1. in ii I. i i . ...i II.. ... i 8fflfflfflfflmfflnfflnTOmiBmflHiMiro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1922

&awQ$iiriMi$iiXL w 4 ;:immdmB&Hiz. te&'r : ofcsteai '4 I r. .. ' $: . . Aijfc tv.tiJ - &S&rJ$lfy()Sfgioi Meerrkfmhiks;' M?timttr:$nin . ' ..! ;r jf J4t T !"iA tr.l& AA i :'lf lit ?'. 4. . . aiij'A. AIILfeNE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THllllSDAY DECEMBER 7'l922i'." Nurhlitr 12 . a- .w-ri'1 .w '. . .-.. . ..... .in. a . . . . . . j4.. . t '. iVJ jfcii . " . ( -.i 'k i m . v f. ; i i i v jt l yi- rw v . t r u m jKfeux'JiD j.dwaeuu.. . .".... . kill I'ifoT . jl-A'Sf 4w -. '0 fM ' i'???? QaB ' H 'Br b-tt-t JHPfr "-p-r.' v '..... i -'ii.l. - IIJLLMJ-Ji i -sfc " .. . ' - ' F" 1 . . . .... .. g ' ii.ii ' ' - --- '" -.J...-' JfliIdl.l-'V4tl)' Jt .'SB i i in in i ! 1 i : '":y- . . . ; 331T rr : : l UpKf OTf DEBATES SEYERAi f AMUIIS KtftESEHftD MOMtlS AMD OflLWtBS -DOWN KERCffiYILlE AND ADAMS. 0n8 of ihp hardest fougit Inter-joclety debte$ in Oie hlMdry of Abilcno ld. I(in Collcgo! wm wpn; fcy t)ie f. Zelintr Xilerarjr Sociriy SattitJiy nlglit Jiy a 3 lo 1 dccliton. The winning ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1922

I - r -Soatt Published Weekly by tho Student Abilene Christian College. bl Entered at Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texa. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year.... . .......$1.50 Address oil correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. -CLUB NOTES ' f WENDELL- H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief NELSON A..MASON Business Manager HUPE11T D. WATSON Assistant Duslncss Manager R S. R C. Delayed.) The H. S. R.'s were delhjfelfully enter- tained by Essie Duller and Mario Scar- brough last Saturday night. Many games wero played that brought enjoyment to the few hungry members. At a late hour a thrco course dinner vat served which consisted of ham sandwiches and potato L --1-J I l. 1 It Cllipi UUI1UIIU BillUU III1U CUKO UI1U GOI1CC. Those present were Mary Jane Parmer Elva Dlack Montle Draper Pearl Dono way Marie Srirbrouglt and Esslo Duller. 7 'U . A STAFF- IlA. Duncan .Assistant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1922

jjwgan mrg iw x & ..a!J-ti5gwx .Jl&lffiflMI. 4. " .- . SPECIAL SALE ON CANDY EVERY SATURDAY AND MONDAY AT ABILENE GROCERY 152 CkntiNt St. ZellnerB Win Ffrat of Inter- Literary Society Debate . (Con'lnuod from pnca otia.) o decision was handed down which Mated that no person .can bo forced to bo ' vaccinated when he can prove it dangrfou . to his health. The Supreme Court of New York ruled that the Legists turO has no right to compel a person to ho vaccinated. In proving his second point tho speaker showed that M. D?s who hare only accepted current opinion nn.d who have not studied it carefully for themselves cannot bo regarded as author itlcs. Kcrchevillo produced proof that a well directed campaign of sanitation and isolation of small-pox patients will pre vent small-pox In some countries vac clnation pot tho credit for what clean- ing up did. The ciihiax of tho debate came when Don Morris ilia orator made hit stir ring1 Speech for tho negative. Ho develop- ed the two remai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 December 1922

j. H."P ' It - TTrt7rr""t-' -"' ' " "" Wildcats Walk.Ovo - "Ernst Txkh Normal' Texas nossesslon-pnlLlu 35 yard Jlne tliifd down.ona twogyards to gstti rL A Continued from Po onl.v ike third scored tdo touchdown. Curt!' attempt to place-kick goal On the try for jtolnt was blocked. Score: A. C C. 6 llast Toxss 2. ' Smhh pkyltiff tds last game for AM fsne dWnli College klrked' off keHiwl jfto Eat Texas goal line. With the ball on the 20 yard line Collins wus offside On the next play East Texas was offside. Rollins stopped Flewharty for 1 yard loss grabbing him before he had executed tho riay. Craig then rushed through and downed East Texas fof 5 yards loss. East Texas punted out of bounds on her own 20 yard line and Dillingham again carried the ball through tackle 15 yards for the second touchdown. Curtis place- kicked on the 'try for point 'for a point- Score A. C. C. 19 Normal 3. East Texas kicked to A. C. C. and the ball was returned to the Christians 25 yard line. Daniel plunged th...

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

(I k 'I " I"1"1-. ' . i r ' -Ike world &Jujfjt 'good. ' ' Cheer upfffifr knocking. -rtht uio0tvfiililofnbe&l ty open your eyes and sec ( M. X. I It -ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY DECEMBER 14 1922 Number 13 .j- ft rm '. Mk. Ji "lu U&v. ) jP" ?. .. . j. j . ' '" ' ff t1 :bbbbbbMbbm MUh ' -BBBBKv I . ' . Ml JJ ' v V jwmmmp"ri i mKr2mF). ..aj iw . . v '' -n Jfluwr 1 '' ' JfJliViil.i j 7 771 r ' i. . ;. ii ms.m viy w .bbW .i -re u m r t-w .bW - bbW Mr mm j iir v iiinuiti ' - 'Mf am" ; ' 4 j I -vT w lrT'T T? Tr T- &Tr ' ! Li I Ti - J - ' 1 -..... i . .BBAGBBBAaBASil .BBVAaVBA -bbbbbk I jjBBBBVr iaBB .bBBBBBAi 9aBBaO HL .BBBBBBA VaBBmt " K7 BBSMJV FRIENDS OF CHRISTIAN MCATKW SEND PLEA FOR AID IN CAMPAIGN 'ORMER STUDENTS OF MMES A. HARDING UNITE TO ERECT MEMORIAL TO HIM. ro BE BUILT AT HARPER KAN: ilen From Many Stoics on Advisory Campaign Committee funds 'NowjiBelng Raised To StartWork. Th Optimist Ifl In recplpt of the fol lowing communication from tho hoad- luartem o...

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