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

4fc3HBta Published Weekly l.y tlie Student ot Abilene Christian Ccllege. Entered a 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 of Texas Intcr-tollegiato Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUBRA BANOWSKY Assoclato Editor NELSON A. MASON Busfness Manager RUPERT B. WATSON Assist. Business Manager STAFF: Ila Duncan ... .Assistant Editor Marcret Bitliop.......Assistant Editor Louise Jones.....mssUtant Editor Contributors: Clarence Gobble Carma Thomas Ima Fuchs Wanda Treat Earlc Nelson Jack Meyer Will Scott Don Mor- ris J. C. Brown Scott E. Sherdcc Bras- well Oliver 0. K. Alexander Ila Duncan. PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT. In this day of criticism because of the trend toward professionalism in College Athletics the real cause of the thing is never mentioned. That cause strange to say comes from any coach...

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

C T" nPTwmf " ; j -J T & M M t X SOCIETY uiiajinmaauii mm huh imimnr ifimim mmsiigKXRmmmwBimmiwxm M CLUB NOTES : Since Jewell Young had been lit for several days the C. A. T. A Club did not hare Iti usual meeting. Dut for the invalid's entertainment and amusement the members camo In to aeo her for o few minutes. Tho discussion of tho love af- fairs of "the boarders" by Miss Malone and Miss Dunn was very amusing. Punch and sandwiches were served. R. S. R. I Tho R. S. R. met Saturday night with Marie Scarbrough and Essie Mayo Butler. While waiting for "Jesso" to return with the eats a gamo was enjoyed. At last he arrived 1 A feast of hamburgers and pie was served to the following: Monte Draper Pearl Donaway Mary Jane Parmer Marie Scarbrough Essie Maye Butler and Mary Lena Jones. By this time the lights had "wunlc" and most of the girls being very sleepy made the motion to retire. But two night owls in Room 12 Zellner decided it was too early for them to go to sleep so they re- mai...

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

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

SOPHOMORE EDITION ? -m At 1 il -& V k t. ffjSKiff'!. v v'Vtsnt ' ': ' v . ' ':r- .- v 77ic tcorf w full of good. Cheer up! Quit knocking. " j the world is full of beauty. ' Open your eyes and sec it. 1 Celt - Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 22 1923. Number 24 k r ' i r t ABILENE PLEDGES $100000 TO Wildcats YELLOW JACKETS FAIL TO STING IN OPENER GAME IS CLOSE BUT SLOW WITH GOOD PITCHERS' BATTLE. DANIEL BAKER NEXT ENEMY Hill Strikes Old-Time Form Turns Baptists Back Nicoly. and Special to The Optimist. Brownwood March 20 1923. The 1923 Wildcat baseball team opened tbo season at Brownwood Tuesday afternoon with a victory over the Howard Payne College Yellow Jackets by thq score of 2 to 1. A. C. Hill veteran Wildcat right-hander pitched the entire game for Abilene Chris- tlan College allowing but four hits 3 bases on balls nnd contributing a balk while his opponent Day held the Wild- cats to thrco hits gave up ono baso on balls hit thrco batsmen and committed ono wi...

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

ftejftwi?(t Published Weekly by tlie Students Abilene Christian College. ol Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Oftice Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OFITMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter collegiate Association. Press WENDELL II. DEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUDRA BANOWSKY Associate Editor NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT B. WATSON Assist. Business Manager STAFF: Ila Duncan Assistant Editor Margaret Bishop Assistant Editor Louise Jones .Assistant Editor Gats Editor last week (Junior) : MARGARET BISHOP Class Editors this week (Sophomore) : LOUISE JONES and AUBRA BANOWSKY Contributors: Lowell Wimbish John Paul Gihon Marian Daskerville Marie Adkissnn Ora Brown Mcrlo Allen Jua- nita Allen Frank Kerchcvillc Julia Bishop Clco Farrar. CHEATING. This is a subject upon which students have been admonished since the beginning of schools. Yet the need for admonis...

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

m ' "$ - i.jr-V -n t .- f-i - ' I v V" . &&- r'i?: - ! . : JW ' " Jv -vt- 5. -I 7 ttr. i ' fc .4 ' It Trv P V1 QUARTETTE GLEE AND CHORAL CLUBS SING OVER RADIO WQAQ "Tills Is radio WQAQ broadcasting from tlio capital of West Texas Abllcno. The program for tonight is given by the Abl- lcno Chrhtinn Collcgo Male Quartctto as- sisted by tlio A. C. C. Glco Club and Choral Club Club." Thcso words were repeated many times by the radio man on last Thursday evening when tho A. C. C. Quar- tette Glco and Choral Clubs broadcasted a program over tho local radio- The boys and girls accompanied by declared a delightful time. The boys ex- pressed themselves by giving fifteen rnhs for the K. D. K's. Knitt Knit! Knitl Saturday several victims of tlio mutual enemy "Term Exam" jin Zcllncr Hall fe't the need of something to soothe and quiet the nerves. It was unanimously voted that a com- mittee of three be sent to the village to purchase Mintcr's supply of knitting yarn If need be. There being...

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

i jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin I Sfarc-SjunAA dhsM i ffvXvtfmum.Jlm&fi Written by Horace Wade the 14-year-oW Boy Autlwr YOU know what bein' well-dressed does for n boy? I'll slip you this one. It builds up self-respect makes a genuine blown-in-the-bottlc good feller. It gingers him up ho steps faster looks better talks and studies better and plays heartier. That ain't "lecturing" it's just horse-sense. A well-dressed boy is on the homo stretch when Raggedy Rob is pullin' the first lap. A well tailored stylish neat wcll-fittin' suit is as necessary to a boy as feathers to a robin. I'm a boy clean to the bone and I know it PAYS to hang good clothes on your frame. And every boy in this city knows I am right. Carried unanimously! BOYS' TWO-TROUSER SUITS S8.50 TO SIS. S qUAUTY-MVALUe-SERiVce 3(!I!III!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!II!IH ABILENE PLEDGES $100000 TO ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE (Continued from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1923

i fii. t FRESHMAN EDITION "" . i a t ' N The world is full of beauty. Opeji your eyes and sen it. 'GlfarMpi Quit knoqhing. l Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 29 1923. Numher 21 : L 1 Wildcats GIFT TO COLLEGE BY ABILENE APPRECIATED PROGRAM OF THANKSGIVING HELD HERE LAST FRIDAY. To show their appreciation to tho Abi- lene Chamber o( Commerce a Thanksgiv- ing Prbgram was arranged by President Sewell. When the netlon of the C. of C. was announced by llro. Sewell a thick cloud of appreciation rose from tho audi- loriuim Tears rolled down the check of miiti) but they were not tears of sorrow but uf joy. Last Friday morning tho Thanksgiving program was rendered by some of the members of tho faculty. Brother Cox told some of the past con- ditions of A. C. Cl Ho told of some of the haidshlps and struggles through which it had gone. )ut at last these struggles have not been In vain. Following Brother Cox the quartet ren- dered an excellent number. Then Dean Speck with his hear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1923

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1923

.Cr'i.'.V.y'fcftrf.V '.' ...fM' ' V a .e m&m JSliftEtf 4 m: JNWJWmi V VP a . . i ;V ".' V1?. t . in Vr "r;i 'jbui M.- tsji .?;: fcrj. 1 lS ttV U- ' fc FISHtN6-A Favorite Pastime 'jfSpt have btn a favorite tolq of tll (JiVlon tinea jnft -mrt Wgan. tiej; nave WlKmllletl mant. nrlde Into ctirv wii oflho ijjfaqsiartn since ttjc clay of' Adam. Forms of fc?piilayeil no art fit the ipnrm of Imndr&U of MKuydirt. But when fine gleantic young aH Titian 1rt tlto d.iy of aboriginals learned atfh -of tlio particular fancy of a fair maiden Kb&ViTor lliC cliolco lofn of a yountf deer iheti It EfM'to. ii'.. .- it. i i .IL....I. Ltf-. -wai mat gpiming uioou rnccu inruiigii tliemicam and Iri tho water wore the high- ly Khiiuht prize )iut Jfils "strength could not gcljlicra JtoHujifl $$ va that man began lotlcvolop. J A ha tiood llicro on the bank of the river hit brain a new factor began to work hard. It went Into training for tlto firtt tinio where It could not get out easily. Tho Cod-gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 March 1923

7ziwja$u 4" $ tt"- -? - s jr ' ?V-$?wfeKr i WildoatH Mttko Glenn Sweep of Ilroivmv-ooil-- (Continued from page one ) In. tlio tifchlli -when ForreMer dialed and scored on Wolfe' double' Tlio Christian ttarncred a iblufof twelve iwfctles' ofl Wil(p Including a liome ruilf n triple And fivo doubles. According to a lirownwoott cltiicn "Hill hid 'Em' Cheated." The box coro: A. C C I ( ah j- h po a o Porter 3b. ..v4.L.5 ' 0 .'1 0 3 6 "W Adams 2C L.v5 0 6 2 '2 0 Smith luk;.t.I.--.'r.;4 0 V 9 0 0 Forrester cf ii..-..t 3 3 4 0 0 Wolfo If .. ..4 2 3 6 0 0 Irvine rf . 4 2 110 0 L. Adam m 4 0 10 3 0 Curtis c-.. .4 0 2 10 0 0 Hllljp -.... .w.'. 1-4' 0 '1 1 1 1 Itbbtnsort p . .wVki 0 0 13 1 r Total .....'-.'. Ljlo" 3 3 27 5 4 H. P.C. al- t lieo'i e VSltati-ck ss ..- 40 0 '0 1 2 I Cheney 2b -4--4--JV? i .2; '"O 0 -X McAllister 31r .40U2 1 0 ScTier'ib ; LkJi yb -'oia;. 0 Seymand If --.....3 O'l 10 0 lli'ssctt ff ..... ..4 0 0 0 0 0 Floyd cf muw.4 0 0 1 0 0 l)a'en'purt o .....rt...3( 0 0 3 0 0 Wrig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1923

1 " 1'JSkV M' M . ? - ' i ACADEMY EDITION fa 'S - M ' The ''world is "full of good vv 7Yc iporVi m W o beauty. Ojffrt your eyes and see CApct ; (?aft knocking. Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 5 1923. Number 26 " .11B1(M I S .K. I JjslBSKs. ' MXW flKmrtl4444Wl I fcJ14V.II BP" ULV T ' -"- w 2 ! w n n jir 7 m m . ' - - - -L . . . ' ' - Jl- -H-J.' If . ' li'Ji . I V IV' I" I'll? ' : l i hi . !: I "R . " u i m. THREE RESURRECTIONS IS MINISTER'S THEME LOCAL PREACHER RETURNS FROM EVANGELISTIC TRIP. Brother G A. Kllngmnn returned from Galreston where ho has jiUt (inlthed a meeting and spoke to the local congrega- tion Sunday. He spoko thuslyi 'The first resurrection from the dead wrought by Jesus was that of the daughter of .Jairus a recorded 'in the 5th Chapter of Mark. She was sick so her father sent to Jesus and asked Him to heal her. On His way to tlio homo of Jairus the inci- dent of the woman's touching the hem of Jesus' garment occurred- A llttlo after that messenger...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1923

" . -1. Ml''" ' 'fry ""4I .J" Published Weekly hj flie Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered at Second CIbm Matter at Post Qfllce Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room b Subscription Per Year. $1.50 AddreM all correspondence and muke all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texa Inter-uolleglate Press Association. WENDELL II. DEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUDRA BANOWSKY Aisoclato Editor NELSON A. MASON Business Manager RUPERT B. WATSON Auist. Business Manager STAFF: Ha Duncan. . Assistant Editor Margaret Bishop... Assistant Editor Louise Jones..AssIstant Editor Class Editor this Week (Academy) : LOIS BEDICHEK REFLECTIONS OF THE ACADEMY Only a few years have passed since we were freshmen In the Academy. As time passed on we advanced in our school work until we are now beginning our last term as academy students. Soon some of us will enter college while others of our number will never go to school again. But those who are pre- paring to go to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1923

JKWK & ? -B .'."' ' ;:'.VI IT r ' Wk:Jk . ".I ti ' . &x . T-Sif IP IBM maJBL .. . wmmimmmmmmmmmm .).' luiiuitiuiLityiiiyiujimfanagsTO SmBOTBrciSffiSa A PROPHECY cam rtc?mMmafflffluCBgtaasaMiiam Tlmoi Juno 1933. Place: A C. C. Peruana: Senior Academy Class of '23. ; When our high school day Were finish. ;ed fn 1923 we pledged each other that we t would meet again ten ycirs from that time In room eight and give account of our- "'selves for tho part ten years. ' First after assembling wd sang "Hall hall the gang's all here." Then our old President and Secretary took their places. Jilanila opened her old minute book and '' called the rool. As tho names wero called each got up and responded with the story of his life for the past ten years. As Shaffer's name was called he rose from his chair grinning his old familiar grin and told us that Ills schoolboy dream had come true that sinco he took his D. A. -from A. C C. he had been Urlng on tho most wonderful ranch In the world with t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 April 1923

1 HflfifflflflMggrffijH Men s Spring Suits Smart Styles at Moderate Prices : $25 $27.50 $30 $35 -These prices though so very moderate represent suits of standard make and sterling worth both in materials and work- manship. In fact they're the greatest suit values you'll find this season. Made of high grado woolens in Worsteds Cussimcres Tweeds and Serges in tho most nttrnctivo of new Spring patterns and colors. They are fashioned nlong smart lines for men and young men. There are ultra fnshionablo models for young men and models for men who liko quiet dignity in dress. And best of all these dependable suits are obtainable at very moderate prices. C?ampoe((& BBflMnuKnfflTO- Crow of Tuscnrora Sails io Lytic Lake (Continued from page one.) received tho prize for the best ship. The motor sailor came alongside about 5 p. m. and the whole crowd sailed back to A. C. C. All hands reported a real good day at Lytic Lake even if the thermome- ter was lowered to some extent. Those who made ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1923

Lc " V 1 She world is fulltof good. jTie ivortd'is full otbeauty. & uitccr y; yuit r.mi;vuig. .s ' ?r?' Open your eyes and see it. m Vol. X ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 12 1923. Nmnbcr rt!tr rt f 4m. ' -aaaat-J-. -a. y Jflk V vT ' r II HI Ri P Illfll MLiL. .! txa-v. .n r - -.iw mil j w t hi mv . T. LP. JL CONVENTION CON- VENES AT BETON TODAY LOCAL DELEGATES DEPARTED YESTERDAY TO ATTEND MEETING. (From United Statement Mar. 30.) The Tcxai Intercollegiate Prcas Asso- ciation which meets in Baylor College on Thursday and Friday Aprilm12 and 13 trill open its session at tho Chapel exer- cises of tho College with a short talk by delegates from the various schools. Tho first business session will begin at 10:43. At this time the problems of college pub- lications will be discussed tho discussions to be led by representatives from each school. Lunch will be served at 1 o'clock in the Luthrr Hall dining room. Immediately following lunch at 1:30 the Executive Committee will me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1923

! Published Weekly y Hie Student u Abilene Chrittian College. KntertJ a Second Onss Matter at Office Abilene Texas. I'nsl Office Administration Dulliling Room b Subscription Per Year......... .....$1.50 Vddress all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE" OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas Member of Texas Inter-fcollegiate PreM Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUDRA DANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPERT "b. WATSON Business Manager. ! STAFF'. Ila Duncan......... ......-Assistant Editor Margaret Bishop ..........Assijtant Editor Louise Jones......Asiistant Editor HOMECOMING. matter. In the different forms of musfo there are local students who stand out as artists rather than amateurs. Whether one may be in search of a stellar performer on the dramatic stage a violinist a pianist a vocal soloist or whether he be searching for one who can fill the pulpit creditably be may find such an one in Abilene Christian College. We do not wish to appear as a brag- gart but only wis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1923

SLB v' & t J 't M . Jl INTER.SOC1ETY MEET TO BE HELD MONDAY Tits annual meet between the Zellner and Harding Literary Societies Is to be held Mcmdiy April 1G. Last year the Zellner wo i tho meet by a high score however It i understood that the Hard- Ings have the advantage this year in num- bers at lejst. The society Iryout were held last Mon- day. ' Following are the men who placed: 440 Dash: Zellners Daldridge Coalson Diwklns. Harding E. Brown Porter Callan. 100 Dash: Zcllnera Cantrell Packer. Hardlngs Curtis C. Drown Vaughn. Discus: Zellners Curric. Hardlngs Vaughn Harwell. 880 Run: i Zellners Williams Thomas Rhodes. - Hardlngs Carr Anderson E. Brown. Broad Jump: Zellners Overton Cotton. ' Hardlngs C. Brown E. Brown Billings-' ley. 220 Dash: Zellners Dawklns Cantrell Coombs. Hardlngs Curtis C Brown Vaughn. Mllo Run: Zellners Daldridge Williams G. Brown. Hardlngs Carr Anderson Kenley Pole Vault: Zellners Cotton. Hardlngs Vaughn Drown Wolfe. High Jump: Zellners Curric. Hardlngs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 April 1923

.. w. " '" "'" ' . " tafertffil '-; ' 1 R3E8KH New Spring Footwear Black Satin One-Strap 15-8 Spanish heels stago last Satin inlaid with patent 89.50 Sntin and Suede Combination Spanish heel.- ..... ..$9.50 Satin and Kid Combination Military box heel $9.00 Poir.tcx and Plain Satin Combination Spanish heel......... ...$9.50 Grey Sucdo Tie-r-With tan calf trim covered heel..... ...$ 10.00 MONDAY SPECIAL Wc have a few sizes in Black Satin Brown Satin and Brown Suede with brocade quarters Spanish heels. Wo want to close them out. Small tongue Pump Styles of the best quality; $10.00 and $12.50 values; Monday Special $4-95 &MV3S- 37VJ'AJl tomffiafflfflgK&CKMBfflMngaaMffl W CLUB ENTERTAINS THE ALAMO DEBATING CLUB AND MALE QUARTETTE AT SHADY DELL At 8 o'clock on last Tuesday evening a large number of the College boys and girlt gathered for a social at Shady Dell. When the entertaining committee took charge and requested that each boy should mako eight dates for the preceding thirty-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1923

! Q . The world is full of good. Cheer up! Quit knocking. f t "i The world is full of beauty. Open your eyes and see it. Cl ! Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 19 1923. Number in ST. EDWARDS VICTOR . IN A HECTIC AFFAIR FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH IS BAD TOKEN FOR THE WILDCATS. WILDCAT ERRORS ARE COSTLY Carlylo Proves To Bo Good Relief Hurler When Called On By The Payncmcn. Thirteen run on Friday iho thirteenth proved too much for the Wildcats when St. Edwards defeated thera Friday hy a score of 13-6. Several costly errors by the Wildcats and a bombardment of hits by St. Edwards that ranged from a home run on down to a few scratch hits resulted in the Catholic victory. However tlio Wildcats did considerable hitting them- selves. In the fifth inning with the score 12 to 0 they started a rally that brought in enough tuns to win an ordinary game on an ordinary day. A. C. C. lost its first chance to score in tho first inning. Chili Adams walked and went to third on Smith's singl...

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