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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1923

'h V u Published Weekly by Hie Students ol t Abilene Christian College. t'nlertd u Second Class flatter at Poti Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year.... . 11.50 Address nil correspondence and make ali Money Orders Payable to THE OF1TMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Association. Press WENDELL II. BEDICHEK v" Editor-in-Chief NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT B. WATSON Assistant Business Manager f ' '. ' STAFF: Ila Duncan...... .... Assistant Editor Margaret UIshop......Asslstant Editor Loutoo Jones. .................Assistant Editor WASTE OF TIME. How much -time do wo waste? Stop a moment and figure it up. Allowing only ono hundred and twenty wasted minutes out of every twenty-four hours in fifty years a little over four years will have been wasted. Four years during which absolutely nothing has been accomplished. This docs not mean leisure time or time spent in pleasure but time wasted getting from one thing to a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1923

v (" ! is: ? I'aaki.' f i r j 1 NUMEROUS MEDALS AND ' OTHER REWARDS GIVEN AT'END OF THE SESSION WILDCAT WHINES The flu U flcwlng. Prof Mcrlan! Vli'at do you know about tho chapter on "Play." Estes Drown:-' Lots. 1'vo played all my life. riage bureaus may come and go but A. C. C goes on forever. We haven't heard of nny of 'em being divorced yet though. "Zellncr jury hung after legal battle" save an Ootlmitt headline. It Is under. Mood that there were (tomo entanglements previous to the stringing of the jury Prof. Tlnitrr. It l Mild was addresslns a Hlolocv class recently and he snake thus. "I suppose to show you a very fine speci men of dissected frog which I have in thin parcel." He opened tho parcel and disclosed some sandwiches a hard-boiled'' egg 'and soma fruit. "Hut surely I ato my lunch" he gasped. Campus Chat i It may be interesting to the present stu l(t 't . t l r r . 1 . 1 H .1 ipeni oi . u. v. io Knurr wnu non an mo ''different medals and other rewards which 3 are offered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 February 1923

-' LARGE ATTENDANCE FOR LECTURE IS EXPECTED Plant for the Annual A. C C. Bible Lecture Week which open Sunday morn- ing. February the 19th arc being made fby tho authorities of A. C. C. and It Is stated from the office of Financial Agent 0. E. Phillips that a large number of pat- rons friends and trustees of tie college have written that they will bo here for the week. Scores of visitors are expected n NOTICE DRAMATIC CLUB MEMBERS Your dues are due and the Dramatic Club is In soro need of funds. It cannot continue to furnish you entertainment free when you are able to pay your dues. The Dramatic Club by its constitution re- serves die right io take membership away from any member who will not pay his dues and if you do not pay yours It will havo to take some action. If you are a member of this club this article is written to you so please attend to this matter at once. Press Reporter. Highest Paid Lyceum Lecturer Here Feb. (Con'lnued from page one.) 15 City arriving there Monday aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1923

3'frtSUSjr O? U .9 I'f MM ' - $ " irt 00TW riTHJTARLETON l. ..V lifau'AtNithj b r y v- ' ; r Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15 1923. Number 19 jmmmmmym9 drmKLL.j. a IK. fr V.r' -iBL- H IkHI I MB ll.H wa a.-- -i i wsm w wfl h i . ' f Amismi wiiimxi . . ra - i Nri IIllMI444r4r-Jl I I .- WoD-'JiVil BF" moWM mvm T m ' m "kt n w 7 hi i BHlaMV .kVt-.kkW.. JkHfr-. & ll'XsV kH kH H H aH kH IH M if kH I kH f II . i ! I. SPLENDID CONVENTION CLOSED BY LITERARY FEDERATION SIMMONS COLLEGE WILL SCENE OF THE NEXT MEETING. BE The annual convention of (ho Erliophlan. Ophellan Federation of Literary Societies of Texas Colleges came to o close on Sat- urday evening with an Informal reception which was tendered tho visiting delegates by the James Ai Harding Literary Society the local Erlsophlan Society. Although all the members of tho organi- sation did not send delegations to the con- vention a very Interesting time was en- Joyed by all delegates. Both days of the convention w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1923

mw Ti tffSJS5rasKT5S5&aaSBSS! rSSftwwu' Mwwfv rffriMWl H -otam Published Weekly by tlio Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered ft Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room (j Subscription Per Year.........$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inlcr-oollegiato Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK s .Editor-in-Chief (ij NELSON A. MASON x j . Business Manngcr ItUPERT D. WATSON Assistant Business Manager STAFF:' Ila Duncah.. ...............Ass!stant Editor Margaret Bishop ..Assistant Editor Louise Joncs...............jisi9tant Editor THE ULTIMATE TASK. Wih the opening of tbo sixth annual Bible Lecture Week of Abilene Christian College scores of' visitors will visit the school. These people aro interested in A- C. C. for the service which she is ren- dering to the youth of this country. They are interested in her primarily because sho is Christian and bec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1923

'. J"?'- y It v. f i Jeweler ana Optometrist '--GmSESSCiENTmCALLY . - FITJED. . Any Lenses Duplicated ' Whlld You Wnifi 110 PINE STREET " && . V jwflffiiiasmiBffiafflmDaffluiPa NEW AND SECOND HAND FUR- NITURE AND FLOOR COVERINGS HOME FURNITURE CO. Just West of Post Office PTwjTOgfiifi)nftt(!)iu)rottogB(proflgiiHiii) i ' : v. :i :Kt r .v (T t THIS GIGANTI6;B0DY OF WATER IS SUFFICIENT FOR ABLIENE'S NEEDS FOR FIVE YEARS. TWO - LENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGER PtRO?ERTY- THE DAM IS ONE" AND A QUARTER MILES LONG IT'S tfHRILLS FROM AFRICA GIVEN LYCEUM PATRONS ' QA CARL AKELEY BRINGS MOTION f PICTURES AND TELLS A 'OFGORILLA. fJHANONLYDANGEROUSANlMAL Actual Slaying of Lions nn.d Many Magnificent Scenes' Arc y Depicted. Carl Akeley the dean of big game hunt- en "and. one1 of jhe-yorlJ' ofemost hah urallsts came to Abilene Christian Col JTcge Wednesday evening under the aus- pices ofthe local Lyceum Course and brought '-Willi him Jth'c thrills 'which he (clt during ills recent expedition ' Int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 February 1923

WfIWmjmilinMiBirtaiai mmSm&uuadmnummn i WW "illlKdaHWiHli.lii y -jaiWlgi' V SOCIAL EVENTS SOWING THE SEED P. A. L. S. Entertiin ul bean. v Speck's llome. The P. A. L S. entertained -with a de- lightful Valentine Party at the homo of Dean Specie on last Tuesday evening. ;; Th6 Jiottie. was prettily decorated In red. Many. games were played and tt Is said the Dean entered into all of theiri with esdf.hls younger guests. There was a penny contest in which cer- tain riddle had to be solved. Questions wero asked (ho different contestants and tho answer was always found on the penny. For example Clco was asked' "What is a messenger?!' She said "It it one Cent." Earl Kerr and Mattie Leo Wallace got the first priie and Thelma Tolleson and Alfred Collins wero awrded the booby. s The enjoyable game of "Telephone" was played -also .'the pdzxllng game of "Water Alt and Land." Hearts were matched for a pto contest. Questions were asked and the correct an- swer was always a certain kind of pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1923

err" IS VW ?..(Li ..! v " i n : ' asaKf'g- -'" -M'i' a Ws .rV-r""."""' A ' . t i..tlU'fin .'iV ;. .'i. "vtr'Tj -"v ; .Suhsb'nhefdr the Optimlti! Vol. X. mit. w Jimmi Pa fl 'j- ' ieventyjivc tenis.1 --- - -' "-'J ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUAKY 22 1923. " Number 2p HUNDREDS GATHER FOR ANNUAL BIBLE LECTURES PAT10NS AND FRIENDS COME HERE IN SCORES probab'ly greatest gather- ing of members of church ever in this ountry. REP RESEtft AlTpARTS STATE Trustees Patrons Ministers Anil Many Town People Visit- ing Here. Before the opening of the sixth annual Bible LectHre Week two hundred persons had written the college authorities saytog that they would be here for at leant a por- tion ol the week. These are arriving each day and with them are scores of other. Many people are earning for one day only returning to thek home 1h nearby town each night. A large delegation from flea- coe Trent and Wnters ha been attending each day. " Many students tut eelebrating ttie week by beiflg with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1923

hihii iin1.ii.n.HLiy. l.fHUTHWIj. PF1 yrr"1'1 t; v; ca K J. . JU I J ! f . - i fevv ' P.- r-. VJ '. o) Catered m Saeaw! CW Matter at rWt Of i AhUaaa Taaa. Offfeo AdmMatratfe BttUdtafc Rsom 6 Sahaertptlon Per Year $1.56 Addre all correspondence ami make nil . Money Orders Payable to THE - OPTIMlSTi'AWlec;Ta. Member of Texa. Ifrt-er-ooJIegiate PreM ' ;;.v . Asaoclatla. Putd'Wwd IFwkly I.y rtie Student A WWe. Ckltk C1e. ';;... WENDELL ... BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief -f . -AUBRA BANOWSKY e." Associate Editor $. .'fi' NELSON A. MASON ; ' Business Manager '".'. RUPERT B. WATSON ' t-- Assist Business Manager ' 1 Hit "Duncan.. STAFF: Atlstant Editor .--Assistant Editor Margaret Bihop Louise Jone ..Assistant Editor ' LEARNEl) FOOLS. "In Abilene Christian Collego we de velop the mind along legltlmato literary line and add the foundation of Christ' teachings without vhlch any learned man fa a learned fool." G. A. Kllngman. In spite of the efforts of numerous men to still the pains of their consci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1923

o kc '. .. -g. PM?V. WV Ml' " i' '.' 4 . " f tr:1 "irt. j: : tel ShV r $ &0 M. ' itSK- Vh .-r P? fci. ''i ' m- y ? 'l KfrV'.sXEA. S0 W THAT ONE HUNDRED F1FTY- : NME TOWNS VILLAGES AND CITIES OF THI . EARTH RHUESENTB) IN LOCAL INSTITUTION k.ww c W Wttertwtlrtg both Id sttKkwt C. aad ta tha visitors in h i-aataus W know Hut there ate rwsrH- eaVbvtti shnbatt bady rf tha ccligc esie buadVed fifty-ataa (& Jawa sad vll- bsee ai tha Utiltod States' vjtwt f these pittas Mag In Te. The Wal stadaat Wr hi perhap nik; wad fee mare dularettt plats than My thaasr Kiy ef k ftbw in the state. Every pat ef Teaa k represented. Studeat. hat eMM horn Pert Strther and Brsaddta) tefthe witltMtt to Wheeler hi the aorth paahaadle and Item Sanderson in the southwest to Dalagerfiehl In the Hortk- fart. The only students who bate como from . other countries are Kaberto Trevlao Ra fanl Westrttp amJ Aglpllo Westrup ef Monterey Mexico and Arturo Amaro ef SaiilUe Mex These boy arc progress- ing nkely ami ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 February 1923

awiwi'iwmm wmiimiMWHpywW! f I' ! i -m 1 ' ' h . -" g . i4 "' 'M s IlfV'; fi llWMiMMiHiW -.: I 1 ..H . U UHHHHUHiBH 9 ii .v I BBBmlfflMHIlBBl ?'. I t.;.; OElLrJH It... . :;;a-. Addresses on Great Themes arc Enjoyed (continued from page one) producing tho second phase of his sub- ject. . He continued to substantiate his state- ment with scripture and declared that be- fore his resurrection he had authority to teach complete authority over the human body over the elements over evil spirits over his own life and tho authority to give eternal life. "After Hie resurrection His power in creased for he had become a tried and proven stone" stated the speaker. According to the scripture quoted it was shown that Christ was given all power in heaven and on earth. Ho now has the power to teach all things and is the au- thor of eternal life- He delegated to his apostle the power to preach his Gospel. We are subjects to him in all things re- ligious and are liaptized in His name At this point the ...

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

H .wlw3W'"1'Wr ' . J'-' "s-rsfssj'f" v . f. " gggggggggggggggggggtg t n " HsagggW agT I idi s- '".'' i m . iW'&iraft'fc &j- :' -.4 u "Hi ' ?' am " . -' r r. I Subscribe for the Opfmhtl i Remainder of school yew : seventy' five cents. -$$ ttbtcribe for the UptmiHI ' - u AWVmWrW H X aSeWllgH .2. ! J J .2 .X X 2jfWk o k - I W B liui X? Vol. X. MOST SUCCESSFUL OF LECTURE WEEKS CLOSED HERE SUNDAY W. D. CAMPBELL QYES SIX GREAT ADDRESSES HUNDREDS OF VISITORS HAVE RETURNED HOME AFTER GREAT WEEK. The sixth annual Bible Lecture Wook of Abilene Christian College ha been pronounced by those who have been pres- ent ehwing the leeture week of the pest m the meet successful profitable and en joyelde ever held here. Eaeh address m delivered la a spirit ef profound reverenee and with the pur peee el leaving something with the stu dents which would be of lasting benefit. Although there were only about one hundred name registered a viator dur tag" the week wore then three hundred person were p...

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

mi MnyawiiMiwPw w iff if' w V RJ i J yt."""ge" iBfotart PuMUed WnUy y flwSUMJenf (it Anita Ckrietlan Collet. Office AUtM Tern. Office Administration Building Soom 6 Setlf)tt Per Yer..-v-150 1 AcMrsM M oarrssnoniknce ami 'Ntakft all Money 'OriWs Payable la t HE OPTIMIST hknt. Tea. Mainber of TexM lMerollgilfl Press .; ' . V Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUBRA DANOWSKY ' - Associate Editor NELSON A. MASON Business Manager nupERT b. Watson Assist. Business Manager STAFF-. Ila Duncan.... Asjltant Editor Margaret Blshop.AsaItant Editor Louise Jones Assistant Editor DEBATING. After a lethargy which has extended more or less over her entire life Abilene Christian College la at last becoming in- ' tereeted in inter-collegiate debating thanks' to an' efficient coach a wide-awake forensic manager and a large group of talented debaters. Monday evening's forensic frays with ' Western Oklahoma Christian Collego are significant in that they mark the opening of forensic relation...

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

n u l lM: i.'U-M! m. i i -JIB. SPEAKERS AND TRUSTEES TO RECEIVE RESOLUTIONS OF APPRECIATION SOON . Letters of appreciation are to bo sent ' speakers who appeared on the Lecture ''f'WwJc progYstn sd alse to Ike Members .rf the Besnl of Trustees by' the Student eV and Faculty of A. C. C Dr. KlkraH Dean SpSck Wallet AaVs Juenka Allen and Edwin Martin were appointed by President Scwell"' to aVaw up the resolution wnich will to adopted by the Mutants and sent to the shaken and trustees libit will be done 1 order to show the appreciation of the students for the great good derived by Aea from (be part week of lecture. ANOTHER GROUP BITTEN BY FEROCIOUS CLUiBUC The Knights of Tho Lost Palace (K L. P.) The following officers were elected! Robblo-Cblcf High Mogul Frenchy Big Chief Game Rooster. Craig Chief Coupling1 Pole. Clark Big Shave Tall. Our Motto: Beware of vamp. Purpose: To promote the welfare of Its niomhers both with the faculty and the fair sex; to keep the Yellow Cottage clean and ...

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

& I i I .1 i : 'M I New Apparel Coming :v; -' V In Daily To Meet Every Springtime Need! - -Nov' cone thq days when fancy turns to sunny skies 'and grew fields. And to give these thoughts a satisfactory ami wb- atantial form one may tur to the wide assortment of new stec- chawdise row hero and arriving daily which we have selected forho efficient and complete providing for every need of the new season. This is especially true of bur Apparel Sections where the arrivals of new fashions add fresh interest day hy day and furnish most delightful reasons for the tre- mendous success our fashion sections have achieved. jjjjT If I'- ll .JFZSAMvv-tn It m VWYX m jWm'MMM .BvsfHL B nvlwiy sT sssjsjtsj p jT Sw; LmnSoeus. qtAurr-j Most Successful Bible '. Lecture Week Closes '"" (continued from page one) at tho commissioning of the Twelve. jDrotlier Etlcr then compared prophecies in1' the Old Testament with events In the Now Testament In such a way as to nar- row tho time of the establishment ...

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

Mf . senior mmoN t "if ft M; M 4. f 1N (V. (.'?' y '.c -I1 Vol. X ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE; THURSDAY MARCH'S 1923. NwtnWr 22 gsngH . JrBH Fr0' I''T .By'PP: gyeg' m 'BnssBVej ggMP . i up r -h sWr W W arm - gr PbbbbbV 0 SBH gS V ' . ' ' ) . ' . ii " ' ' ' ' v - ' II I IIIIWI . UMi M tf KSK ysv -.rf. MM' MM l:iV' fc-A i w Jj AV- r A m: $& : ' ti m THUIY-SEYEN MEN REPORT FOR BASEBALL COAGH PAYNE ANNOUNCES THAT WEEDING OUT WILL SOON START. OtD MEN MaTJJoT STAY PUT TkwHwm Williams Robinson and Carlylo Should Make Good Pitching Staff. ii i JbM started In Urn old pk Thurs- .day. Tbe resounding of the horsehide were thirty-seven aspirant on the lit and '"the eeaeh we heard to remark: "I didn't knew there were so many bey ta school." ."lie also netkWthe beys that tbe cMttig " down process would Mart In a few day. In a nutshell the hasehallera. Hoed up at Tn the catcher's peekiest Curtis bee a monopoly ktkta thought that he will be given eme opposition by Dl Virgil Smith who waa late la r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 March 1923

mmmmmimwxwwmmmm lr a tmmmmmimmrm ft u L' "n - i Y J j ' .. 4c4't sasasjssjMsjsjMMS i I ' .. f"- mt W" 4 V B I ! TV. i PaWlatW WJy by (ho StwfeRt o) tAmWMM vACMflMi VaQfWfpf atKaVaa SocohJ Qm Matter at Port cOCioe Atuiofle Teas. JU Offiee AaWlaiotratio Bailetiftg Root 6 5J!aliloii Per Yew.i '. $150 AJJrss all eorrssoosdonce and wake all Money Ordws PayaWe to THE - 'OPTIMIST Abilene Tesaa.' Member -of Town Iirter.jollrajlate Pre Association WENDELL IL BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief .AUBRA BANOWSKV Associate Editor NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT B WATSON Assist. Business Manager ;tt 1 STAFF: -na 'Duncan Assistant Editor $Margaret Blthop Assistant Editor LouIm Jobo .Aaslotant Editor &r l . ' Senior Editorial Staff "VERA RAY -Editor !'' CoaUiBulera; Edith ftatltff. Alonso Wil- zj liaiM-AIt Wood.V ?iirri;m'-l m "A; Klingman Jr. Ilorraan Parka Shelby -Smith Palmer Craijj Bernlco McFarland tfEdwfn Martin J1ne Childress. SOCIETIES. ; The spirit of modern civilisation is to measure thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 March 1923

t 'OmS; h v mkvmm afltaruK collee stakks FOR RDJOOm Y t J .y. r-vr a WE mi GOOD FEMCILS OF EVERY KtD km flia li i niijJi.i 'M. l'1 p V i ianseeeJSspaieMFa . IHIBfc- i in.-iny.nn TTi i i iimiiiiimiiiuloii.iiu mmmmimmmsmimmwmMtm . m ; : ; Tivl. -. .aC3 T? uf- taa.neaefca-A- ; . ... . ...' . f;SK&2.. n;& 6 w ra w3f HT . ' K' . ifi r?. "- irku r . SWUN6. 'HJlL'i . ' w3f? .rril. '-M ''.UJ- - ." J 1A- it.- t- rt-ij; ! A. 1W ibiki'sqw aro juiyiue mum pm.irtm WS &1rY" iUd'JiMd tiara wh imWAtV UUr Ami. -vSn?i V 'r. .. . . . . ' vA mmin amy wm VfM I He trees Are-MMtMC m rke brealk of Sprkgtlme I .ys V T t As eemerking sofa a maelfl o'er the hills Comes liektlr' waking Seld wkk bfeesoma -Scatterk thekr fragrance to ike winds And felling p mw beauties everywhere. ; .-. At .nltw le span Of any m crystal wwj W'- VU rltrffy shadowed clouds wo on l!w ""jIHcn HuracKR oi ce-ror una oi mown fat the lap M youth ami t.ilnr ' ' ... ' . T" - ' jt..1iLU ffl niunnv LT- - "I :. T ?. ;f0stM Mbf4 Q...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 March 1923

li 9 t n 0 " Us . Jf ff .'. ? a 13 PWOLY PEAR PROMISES TO B TOMyrD(BBTWYOrA.C.C. hWRt !f - u i JktoHm j Jtaaaf t mwnjr - qmurv-j Ree)i Sjseakerst are Thtmketl by Siudenift (Continued freer nego one.) ami hew many waves of good Influence yen Mt In motion that shall continue to bless humanity and glerh?y Gwl Be ) weil that you tare eneeared yourself to the entire school the board of directors the eeegregetleii and all other wljo were so fortunate m te beer you. Ym have ewr beet wishes for continued auooss in the great work te whleh you bare devoted your life. May oar heavenly Father be gracious unte yea and crown your labors with lit approval. In grateful acknowledgment of the val- ueUe service you rendered we the sta dente and members of the faculty of Abilene- Christian College assembled In chapel m tbe mernlsg of February 28th 1923 do hereby Resolve: 1. Te express our appreciation ef Brother Cawnhell's vatic by a riW vote. 2. Te convey to Mea the espreaelott of snch appreclatien-eb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 March 1923

...Aqr Tf"ljrv J - n MNiM mmtm as?:- ssuaunf - .- -V&4" V '' ' -''jti-'tf ' Subscribe for the Optimist! Subscribe" f or'the' Opiimisil' Remainderetif fidiaohyear-zz Remainder of 'school ryearr I seventy five cents. " ( f'- " rt-T$ M ' r .4 Vol. X.' "'" v'w.p.. ABILENE 'CHRISTIAN COLLEGE! THURSDAY MARCH 15 1923. Number 23 " ' '' ' - ." V - i k '..'. A. -'i-'".' l wr l :; . KX ' iS?T -j H- i v.'HJ t.xK ' "TRs i v-vtv- $ . mm& w mmwmmw -rr?' - V i v vi HARDING SEXTET IS -VICTOR OYER PHILOS MUCH INTEREST SHOWN FIRST OF GIRL'S SERIES. IN On last Thursday evening at five o'clock much Interest and .pcpjWasjlsplayc when th'fc Harding and Zellner basketball girls clashed for the first game of"lhe; scrje" of three. ''Much pep was displayed by the members oft both societies along the side lines root ing for. their -rcapcctlvo-.trjim.i.. ncTcrnt any moment did "the yells' die out and everyone was constantly reminded that there was being a hard fought game played. When the whlstljifcbw.b...

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