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

it r I- r' m ulf lr 'JKa ! rdKm .t V J. 4 i i 3t&LittiBlt I T J Published Weekly by tlis Student ol Alillene Christian College. Entered a Second Qass Matter at Post Oilice Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Iloom 6 Subscription Per- Year. ..... $1.50 Address all coneapondence and make all Money Orders Puyablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-wrilegiate Press Association. . WENDELL HBEDICHEK V: Editor-in-Chief 18 'tut NELSON A. MASON -" Business Manager RUPERT R. WATSON Assistant Business Manager STAFF-. Ila Duncan...... Margaret Bishop Louise Jones.. .....Asslstant Editor ..-..-...-.Assistant Editor ILLAsslstant Editor JiOVf I. A. A.? "Mr. Yeagor star (juartorback of Simmons Collegol J told ono of Iho players of Austin College that ho woud nevor again play for Simmons College becauso ho had hot received his -pay promptly. Mr Barflold tho Captain- of the Cowboys told a prom- inent -Austin Collcgo alumnus that ho' nnd Mr. TonRor were receiving one t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 December 1922

r'MT' SPECIAL SALE Oil CANDY Ettt SAT1RDAY AND MONDAY AT ABILENE GROCERY 152 Cktsiut St- 'V t'l f. W. i n- - .4 t t ..1 iUiMI TlWWf i':';H d Tjfnd i MOST SUCCESSFUL FOOTBALL SEASON "V ACE? ft WITU UfIU lLUjCjs nllH Win Ltt Is WORK OF COACH PAYNE PRAIS- ED BY EVERYONE. ONLY TWO MEN ARE LOST TO TEAM. .... '.As. SIX VICTORIES AND 2 LOSSES Several Players of First Rank Aro Developed. Many High School Stars Be; Here - Next Year. "That's enough dlrtt Hold 'em in there. ... it! "All right lclckl". With thnso words -i -Acting Captain MatLPIlllnBham end- to jijj cdtho football season for Abilene Clirlsllun College as sha hold the pig i q skin before tho unorrlnR too- of Maker Curtis JttBt before tho whlstlo blow to end the TVanlcsgivlng Da ga'nie 1 against the East Toxan Stato Normal College team at Commerce. Whon tho season' la rovlewed Irqnv .first to last it Is'socn'that tho Ylld- cats underwent a swjft development both individually and collectively as' tho season progressed. Tho first ta...

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

-t MAil si Frieiula of GkriniiaH V;. &auciioii SchiI Pica- fC&fillnffci) from flaga one). leifo conceived In Ills Urnln nn'3 nur- . urtiV-by lita hniuls and heart for tho tionor and glory of Clod and) tho scr-l ;yico of humanltv phould bo dedicated to Wi'inonicry Therefore this collego "lynn nnnicd bavld Lipscomb College. Since Is ujiufclnz of Brother Harding .'last Mtty. tho students grand-stud-'?nl personal friends and admtrora of ihese twin servants of Qod havo doom- td It also omlnontly fitting tbt.thoy should imyalmllar respects to Brother 1 raiding Whoso mind heart and body togftltor wllr. all his resourced jvore consecrated to tin- honor and glory of CJoi and the bom'Ici of humanity. Wc Wncw' h. nlse-G00D.60 the trusuioa vlfi do 'Ue tent and build The James A Harding Memorial Building. Those two educational monuments will stand in tho great middle "West aa beacon lights unto futuro generations pointing over onward and upward un- to (Jod. Brother John K. Dunn who sat a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1923

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1923

fit4te Published Weekly by tne Student Abilene Christian College. ot Entered a Second Gas Matter at Office Abilene Texas. Post Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Ycar..?10 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oolleglato Association. Press WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT D. WATSON Assistant Dullness Manager STAFF: .........-.-Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Ila Duncan......... Margaret Bishop. Louise Jones....... T.I. A. A.? NO. 2. In the last issuo of the Optimist we perambulated at length as to tho advisa- bility of Abilene Christian College apply Ing for membership in the Texas Inter- collegiate Athletic Association. At that time some reasons in favor of such an action and some reasons against it were advanced'. It is possible to argue at length upon the subject but there are a few things which wo feel might be of interest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1923

.jtat-uJitf-.:ii2L'3.i .3L SPECIAL SALE ON CANDY EVERY SATURDAY AND MONDAY AT ABILENE GROCERY 152 Cbtsbut St .-..JU.. i ' V IV-USa' B.1' r V ' a m :. 2 w v HHkobe V ret v f Mi- I CLUB NOTES CAVAUER WRITER RECEIVES A M REPLY FROM YOUNG LADY SCRIBE m A young l"ronch cavalier who sign- euVhlmaeU "J do G wroto lust wceli on 'tho absorbing subjoct "What aro woman good for?" Ono of oven foob. lar lntolloot bcuuBo the Is it woman. - will glvo a list of thlnei tluit nun uro good for. It liu boon a hard propo- sition to amass a suMielor.l number of roaaons why men are allowed to stay on tho .earth and many girls havo oxprossod tholr opinions that tho list' is oxhaustlvo and not ovun men them- bcIvos could think of any other leas ons for tholr hurrlod oxlritunco luio below Boforo marriage thoy keep mutt's furnishing' stores from cottttf bank- rupt. Thoy sorvo in a sort of watch- dog capacity for any of tho wo.ikcr sex that may ho with them after sun- down. Thoy holp poor foobto girls over tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 January 1923

MADAME BASCHI AND COMPANY SEEN HERE CONTRALTO SINGS WITH EASE AND BEAUTY ALL NUM. DERS WELL EXECUTED. Tbo A. C. C Lyceum presented Mme. Alice feacchi contralto with Mr Armaad Leucl violinist and Miss Margaret With- eiutlne pianist in a program Tuesday evening. Each artist was one of excep- tional talent and ability. Mme. Baschl who has appeared in the leading music centers of Europe and it now making her initial tour of the United States rendered a number of very beautiful bolos. Mr. Loud a violinist of great ability exe- cuted several very pleasing numbers. Miss Wlthenstinc accompanist rendered threo solos A program of the evening' enter- tainment follow: L 0 Solo Mio Dl Capua One Fleeting Hour D. Leo Dy the Waters of Minnetonka LIcurance Mme. Daschi With violin obligato. 1L Ausdcr Heimat Smetana Hymn to the Sun Franko Canzonetta . D'Amhroslo Obcrtass Wienlaneskl Mr. Leuci in. 1 Heard A Cry. W. Sems Fisher Robin Robin Bring Me a Song Spross Palo Moon F. Knight Logan Bon Jour Ma Bel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1923

fTTta """KT SFT fyrr- Wfprw1'rWffl'v fl YJ tft W-SIBFW Hth&tW' W 'A iw q Nil If 1? !' -1"1 Agi'Vi fullAof;good. Chccrupquit knocking. 7Vc world is full of beau- ty open your eyes and see T r '" R 7 7? & W 'f f'-M Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1923. Number 15 T7 iit vl lltlltlllAl PROGRAM FOR SIXTH ANNUAL LECTURE WEEK IS ANNOUNCED LARGE NUMBER OF PATRONS ' AND FRIENDS EX. PECTED. The program for the sixth annual Bible Lecture Week of Abilene Christian Col- lege lias jiut Iiccn Issued from the col- lege president' office. It is expected that one of the largest conclaves of mem- bers of the Church of Christ both minis- ters and laymen ever assembled will be here for the week. The date has been set as the week February 28lll to 25th. Some of the strongest men In the Church will appear on the program. An event of the Week Is the annual meeting of the Hoard of Trustees of Abllcno Christian College All patrons and friends of A. C. C. ore invited to come hero...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1923

r -" "''p Published Weekly by tlie Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. OITice Administration Building Room b Subscription Per Year...........$10 Vddress all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. WENDELL II. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT B. WATSON Assistant Business Manager STAFF: Ila Dnncan.................j8slstant Editor Margaret BIshop.....AssIstant Editor Louise Jonca.................jVssllant Editor celled men and women1 may air their fra- gile opinions but that those who hayo kept the Bible as their guldo may havo a better opportunity of saying the nation ' irom mo rum vrnicti nas come to every nation which has forgot its God. It is the very fact that this is a matter "affecting so much of the literature and learning of the world" that causes us to voice our support of the above named Bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1923

111. ! .11 x 7B jwww V j r SW' fciV.' .i HA r;'. .' I f. II ! Y'Z. 'MY. m m K. L ADAMS CUHTIS A. C. HILL 'HiB m-Bs FINE ARTS ORGANIZATIONS OF ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE OF HIGHEST CLASS SOWING THE SEED iraiu!3fflm(auH:rarmiHMRi5ffi(iiTO FORRESTER CRAIG W. ADAMS SIX BASEBALL LETTER MEN AGAIN IN SCHOOL STRONG TEAM EXPECTED TO JE FORMED HERE IN THE SPRING. E Coach Payne will have as a nucleus around which to build his 1923 baseball .learn the six men above who were mem- bers of last season's team. The Adams brothers are lnfieldern Curtis is a catcher of the first class and "Nick" Craig is ex- pected to be the same old "well" In the outfield. Lefty Forrester the man who was such a good one In an emergency last year will be on the diamond to work for a place and A. C Hill the mainstay of several Wildcat pitching staffs will again be on the job. The old men are all going to have a .hard time in keeping their places for "there is a wealth of new material 1n school o JOINT MEETING OF HARDING...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 January 1923

7 w t fcY$' Lv k IV i PeriRRHent VIe At- noketl to Every Copy ol tho Prickly Pear (Continued from page onel. value received for his five dollars. Ten years hence omeone who today treads ihe 'hallowed ground of this campus will gaze into his Prickly Pear and dream dreams of 'The girl I left behind me' another ma say to himself "Oh! when we heat them Canyon Normal Buffaloes!" Ano'ther will muse tfiur "Dy the way 1 had forgotten old so-and-eo. Wonder where hods now?" As the business and pleasure of coming years come to cause us to partially forget the things wlhlch we are living now we may allow the old Book to become hidden among the litter in the attic but there will come tiroes when one has a hankering to go back where cares and sorrows do not come so thickly and so out will come the Prickly Pear and as we turn Its yel- lowed pages we will be made to breathe those poetic words once again: "Backward turn backward oh time in thy niBh it... Mako me a child again just for tonight. And w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1923

j Vi. n - U t; i f 1 ' -? pikl(p.bsood ? TYie ivoftd is Jail oJibeaU' y open your eye ant jee v.!.CA?cr p quit knocking. it .'si . YK'CvT Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 25 1923. Number 16 CARDIN-LIEURANCE ORCHESTRA THRILLS A LOCAL AUDIENCE MATCHLESS HARMONY WITH FLAWLESS TECHNIQUE ENTRANCES ALL HEARERS. INDIAN ARTISTS ARE FEATURE Quartette Trio Solo and Ensemble Numbers Are Given; Mr. Cnrdin Speaks for JlisRacc. Music lovers of Abileno vrero especially delighted with the performance of the Car-dln-Ltcurance orchestra which was present- ed by the A. C. G. Lyceum In the college auditorium Thursday evening. This num- ber was the most highly artistic number of the Lyceum Course. Mr. Fred Cardln a violinist of some renown Is also the foremost composer of his race. He is a Miami Indian. His in- terpretations of Indian melodies were be- yond description. Mr. Reddle 'cellist showed himself to be worthy of the repu- tation of being 6n.e pf the greatest Indian musicians. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1923

HisftiiTiiiiiiiiMiMl iiiinin-niiTiriimrr'- v "" j)f'a" BMMtfirtlftiiiwpH i3tjfe$mm& Published Weekly by itie Student ol Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Pott Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription. Per Year.. $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Order Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Tenas. Member of Texas Inter-wllegiate Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-ChJcf NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT B. WsATSON Assistant Business Manager STAFFt Ha Duncan.-! ...jsslstant Editor MargarctBlsbop .............Assistant Editor Loulso Jones ... Assistant Editor ON ALUMNI. It becomes more evident every year that Abilene Christian College needs a strong- ly graduate body. There Is a great need for some force which will bind the Alumni of the institution closer together In order nu pog Howls. that they may work more effectively for the welfare of the Alma Mater. We do not insinuate that the graduat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1923

'ir u. v& w. i PC A r HP' R' If t t ; fcV fONSimmON AND I BY-LAWS OF T.I.P.A. Section . Tills organization shall he known as tlir Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. ' i ' J ' Article III. k Section 1. The membership of tho as- sociation shall boj composed of the active press clubs with at least ten members of tho colleges of first rank and other col- icges desiring membership which maintain a9 standard semi-monthly publication. Each club of tho T. I. P. A. must have at least one entry In three-fifth of the contests of file T. I. P. A. Including the newspaper Contest. This publication shall consist of at least four ninety column Inch pages In every Issue. There shall also bo an edl- ioniil In each issue; and each paper must exchange with other papers of the T. I. g A. EScctton 2. Each college applying for Membership mist have a two-thirds ma- jority 6f tho votes of the T. Ii P. A. at the annual convention to become a mem. ber. Article IV. Section 1. Tho officers of tho asso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 January 1923

j: ivi-s-; ysSJt-'.-; '1 VI 1 I i. "GREW Of TUSCAR(mAw SAILS INTOHOME PORT i'SKlPPEU" AND ALL HIS AIDES y . RETURN AFTER HAZARD- pUS VOYAGE. On last Saturday night the long lost crcto of' "the famous "Tqscarorft" sailed Into tlio homo port with tlio main and misseri masts "gone by the board" end all hands sporting a three-months heard. It was a trip of which an true sea-dog might be proud. Although tho crew was unablo to dig up any of the treasure It was a hot voyage. After running aground south of tlw Adores and whipping a' sixty mile gale around tho Cape oT Good Hope they drifted sofely "Into the homo port San Francisco tho Golden Gate City. Tho original -"Skipper" George Kllng' man Jr. Is still master of tho crew. Don Morris alias "Leon" Morris won tl(e rat- ing of First Mato by his prowess as a pugilist. Tho husky Gob prevented mutiny on two occasions. Slim Gibson (Angel- child) ) Is "saw-bones" of the crew and Cato and Blllingsley compose tho life-saving crew. Ernest Witt the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 February 1923

L - f m Uie world tsiuJtoVgootfc "! Cheer upt quit knocking. ' . ft I ry open your eyes and see 4.V ''H1 "J H H a in Jf . h . t fcl V -.4 rwCfl '&k v-Vol."'Xs"- ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE.THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1923. E Number 17 1 .A-.Jtu -Tr"mrm-nIi' 'Tyiy"lf-r ' a. t m JOWARLETON FINALLY FALLS BEFORE WILDCATS ; TEAMS SPLIT TWO.GAME -SE RIES WITH CLOSE . SCORE. i At last the olcWohn Tarleton team hat falfcn before the Abilene Christian College 1 basketball team. Tho local team returned Sunday afternoon from a four days trip to .'Grubbs VocallonalCollcgo at Arlington wherethe Grubbs team Was defeated by the score of ID to 13 and alto to Stephen Vllle where a two-game series was- split vrlth the John tarleton Agricultural Cob lege team - f The score of tlio first game at Stephen vllle was In favor of the Wildcats 20. to 10. The game was the first played In the new Gymnasium at John Tarleton arid the defeat administered to the home teaia was 'heart-rending to Its supporters. The Wild-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 February 1923

t n Published Weekly Iy ttie Students oi Abilene Christian College. Entered at 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 o Texas Intcr-oollegiato Press Association. ' WENDELL II. BEDIGIIEK Editor-in-Chief NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT B. WATSON Assistant Business Manager STAFF: 11a Duncan...........s5istant Editor Margaret Bisliop..Asslstant Editor Louise Joncs..........AsiIslant Editor A SUGGESTION. It becomes more evident every year that there is a need for a closer relationship between the students of Abilene Christian College and the citltens of Abilene and especially the business and professional men of the city. People of Abilene ap- preciate A. C. C. In some ways and they would appreciate her in many more ways if they were only informed as to what' takes place out here and what plans...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 February 1923

LI w LI ti w r HPVL. .ywlll i JJBHaHtivri. x-rv q L ''It musk; and the law feature of program The men's and women's sections of tho James A. Harding Literary oclety met In til-monthly Joint session In tho .oIIcro au- ditorium Saturday evening and enjoyed an unusual program. The first number of tho program was a short concert by. the All-American Orches- tra wjilch was made up of Scnor Spaghetti of Hobokcn Unices Mixture of tenter Point Texas Madatua Batch! of Fort Worth Madame Conceit of Dallas Prof. Bluff of Del Bio Texas and Miss Treat of Saint Louis ably directed by J. Jona- than (P. Powatan) Gibson who Is a Veil' lit of note. Judge Jack Meyer presided over the county court of Sorghum Valley Ala. and "Heard the trial of Norman Parks colored for stealing chickens from the hen house of Miss eatrlco Hair tho maidenly lady who is proprietor of the Wind Blew Inn. Attorney Williams represented Miss Hair. Miss Hair Mr. Witt her gentleman friend Sheriff Harold Anderson and a ilomlnlcker ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 February 1923

X ' 4 'hi John Turlcton Funnily ( Falls Before Wildcats (Continued from page One) cr 1 Mulloy 1 L. Adams 1 Cutrle 1 Can- trcll 2. " Foul goals Currle 3 Complon 4. . Spills: Personal Currle 2 Brown 2 Ji. Adams 1 Comnton 1 Weaver 2 Bate 1 Kay 1 Bennett 1; Technical Brown L. Adams Clinic. o E-O Federation to Hold- Annual Convcntian Here f Continued from page nno). r iii Have Happened" presented by Harding ' members Will be given after the devotional exercises in CltapeK This will be follow- ed by a piano solo by Miss Pat Mafonc. 11 a. m The delegates will go to Lytic Lake or soma other suitable place for a picnic if the weather permits 1:30 p. m. Business Meeting. ". 3 p. ra. Essay contest in the audito- rium with a prize tof $250.00 going to the winner 7 p. m.Tho Zcllner Literary Society -? will be the guests of the Harding Literary Society at a program by the Harding Ly- ceum Bureau together with several num- bers by tho Choral Club. 8 p. m. The members of the local So- ciety will en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1923

I p rUffar' . MHsffe The worldis JuUfoKimi. .l ' ' :cr u7 gun f . i- ty open yourjjMjonpa 4 44 .r ) y Vol X. AniLENECHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 0 1923. Number 18 r'SrSPI . Jiff WTT57Shi' " ri PLAY SOON BE RESUMED BY CLASS CAGE TEAMS SOPHOMORES AND FJIESHMEN i WILL SOON PLAY OFF TIE. SIX GAMES IeFORE FINALS Sickness nrtd Bad Wenther CoUse ' Temporary1 Lull In Class Interest. Class basketball lias received a double back-set during the past few days through Hckncss of players arn' id weather. How- ever with tho return of good weather and the icral recovery of tho "Flu" patients It U thought that the series to decide the class champions will soon be resumed. Tho greatest degree of Interest is expect- ed to be developed when the Freshman. Sophomore game is played. This will probably be the first gamo to be scheduled when conditions permit. Doth teams are undefeated and the natural rivalry be- tween the twd classes is expected to bring interest to white beat. Only four games have ...

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