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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1923

N WUHH t 4t mv Published Weekly by tlie Student? ol Abilene Christian College. tut end at Second Class Matter at Putt Ofllce Abilene Texat. OlTice Administration Building Room b Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Address all correspondence and nmLe all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oollegir.to Press Association. WENDELL II. DEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUBRA BANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager STAFF'. Ila Duncan.. .Assistant Editor Margaret Bishop Assistant Editor Louisa Jones-.- ..-. Assistant Editor sons who know their problems. When in need of ndvlce ono is prono to tell as little as possible about his actual condition. Also be hates to be "drawn oUt" by a person who does not understand his problems. A person who does not share his problems can not glvo the best advice for he can not properly understand the case from what he Is told. If a per- son feels that he is given advice not fit- ting to his case ho is apt to disreg...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1923

m ( US SET 3ro$ t fWMKi.'t ' I ?' Y HIGH SCHOOLS FORM PRESS ASSOCIATION AT BETON BAYLOR COLLEGE JOURNALISM SPONSORS RESPONSIBLE FOR FORMATION. As tho result of the efforts of Miss Guyon Griflls head of the Baylor Collcgo School of Journalism a new organization the Texas High School Press Association was formed on lait Friday at Daylor Col- lege. Over twenty high schools and prep schools of the ttato were represented. Mr. Cox editor of The Panthcretto of Central High School Fort Worth was elected President of the association. Three contests were held by tho asso- ciation this year. These were the contest for tho best newspaper tho best annual and the best magazine. Tho first went to tho Drackcnridge III News of San An (onto Mr. Grant of the Houston Post pre- sented tho Houston Post trophy to the delegation from Drackcnridge. Mr. T. S. .Bonner of the A. Zecse Engraving Com pany of Dallas presented a very hand- some loving cup to the executive delegate of Oak Cliff High School of Dalla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 April 1923

ki ' iffy' amMiuwfflOKatiawunu i t Alt FMtyflt i " .i ..-- .. Jfltffinf -" f rmn yens qUAUTY-RVALUe -SEWCC ANNOUNCES A DEMONSTRATION OF MAGNETIC HAIR CURLERS BEGINNING MONDAY APRIL 23 When n factory representative will be at tho store for tlio purpose of demonstrating something new in Hair Wavers. The lady in charge of the demonstration is an expert coiffcurist of Chicago. These curlers or- wavers arc very simple and very effective. The college women arc cordially invited to attend tho demonstration Monday. HISTORY PROFESSOR IS SUNDAY EYE SPEAKER THEME IS LESSON FROM LIFE OF SAUL SHOWING OWN UNWORTHINESS. aaHm2BfflmafflHKiffifflamiim THRILLS CAUSED BY SERENADE ARE RELATED BY A ZELLNER HALL CO-ED 'I was awful blue Monday night. I had a sore throat too. I tried to think of something to keep doing in order to ex- cuse myself from cramming for mid-term. We had n "ukelele jublleo" in Irene's room for a while but we had to be so quiet on account of it being study hour so I finally wandere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1923

mpx ".. iJt ' i I itlt.'H fyi ? The warldfUtMLofegoofa Ciccr upl Quitlknochmg. The world is full of beauty. Open your eyes and see it. fa Vol. X. Number t 5' $ ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 26 1923. Harper and D. L C. Defeated In Triangular Debate THIS WEEK HARDING MEN WIN DECISION Sterling-Towner Educational Bill Is Subject Of Discussion Won With Affirmative By Cato and Gibson. TIio Harding's won o glorious victory over the Zellner In the gccoml Inter.So- clety debate which took place Saturday evening. The absolute superiority of the Harding speakers cannot bo denied and tho unanimous decision of the judges was fully justified. The question discussed concerned the adoption of tho Stcrllng-Towncr education bill by the United States. J. P. Gibson first speaker for the Hardings gave a brief history of the bill. His argument in brief follows: 1. A department of education is nec- essary. 2. The national council will assist the secretary of education in wisely administering it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1923

Atatowt Published Weekly by Hie Student ot Abilene Christian College. Knlercd as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. (Mice Administration Duilding Room 6 Subscription Per Year. .. $1.50 Address alt correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oollegiate Press Association. WENDELL II. DEDICIIEK Editor-in-Chief AUBRA BANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager STAFF: la Duncnn......................Assljtant Editor Margaret Dlshop................AssUtnnt Editor Louise Jone3- ......Asltant Editor WHAT IS CRITICISM? "How often nro wo warned against de- structive criticism! We must not destroy but build better! Wo aro told to act like Paul to take the altar "to the unknown God" as the basis for Christianity. We aro advised to graft religion on unbelief truth upon prejudice. It is forgotten that Jesus threw out the money changers and broke their tables'1 says the editor of "The New Student" fortnightly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1923

mm 'i '. fT-- " I$F" '.uk?''"-''"-" j. ? TO . T l ' jV..".' fev . M-. !V. frl j ri-:.v r m- . $J. it. .-. ' . 'ft- SSf5 ssr. WI&N 4t k COLLEGE OPINION. literary Chaos The Journalist' modem problem it fWould eccm Is over-production. When ono f looks at the over-laden newsstands and i'mngazlne racks and notes tlio same au- thors in periodical after periodical It is Scarcely to be wondered that most of the .'writing is make-shift and haphazard. Crit- icism especially is filling more and more space; in fact it la. tho provlng.ground of many a young writer and the Incidental odd-Jobbery of older hands at the literary 'game. Dut it is not highly paid and since 'much of it is under commercial influences it is perfunctory at best and usually un- reliable. A prominent professor who has won Increasing prominence as a critic seems to act on thii principle that indis- criminate piaise is a safe pass-key for his reviews; consequently 'Jils authority is .quoted in the wrapper of every other n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 April 1923

IWIIII UPHPIII Ij JM Ml. wHsrafflascnauouffluum' Men's Footwear for Spring Men's feet differ as much as their faces. Upon this simplo physiological fact over-looked by many makers and merchants nvo havo built a most satisfying business in men's shoes. Every pair wo sell was created to fit a certain type of foot. And fur thcrmore our fitters thoroughly understand fitting tho correct shoe to the type of foot for which it was designed. More than ever is this demonstrated in our NEW SPRING OXFORDS THAT MAKE GLAD FEET So why crowd your feet into ill-fitting hurtful Oxfords when you can get fodtwenr that embodies case comfort and style at n price as low or lower than you would pay for tho other kind. Our moderate range of prices $5.00 $6.50 $7.50 $0.50. Stacy-Adams Oxfords and High Shoes in nil Styles for Men. quAUTY-JvAwe -senvce TsmmmwmmmsmmsmsmsmsmwcmKism Financial Report (Continued from page one.) several baptisms from this work. Tiio last two wcro nurses. These nurses will teach thos...

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

"v- M. ZELLNER EDITION The world' is full of good. Cheer up! Quit knocking. The world is full of beauty. ' Open your eyes and see it. S Vf Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 3 1923 Number -30 . TTWimfv 1 4i ' "x: '- fwMlP Wlfltl itlllflrl - A. C. C. TAKES SECOND PLACE IN TRACK MEET LAST WEEK ANNUAL TRIANGULAR EVENT WON BY HOWARD PAYNE; SIMMONS THIRD Abllcno Christian Col I ego won second place in the second annual triangular track meet with Howard Payno and Sim- mon Colleges. Howard Payne was first with 60 points A. C. C. took 40 1-2 points and Simmons took 24 1-2. The fleet- footed trio from Howard Payne Chaney Grady and McAllister took eighteen points in the two events of the 100 yard dash and the 220 dash. Bruce Currle who appeared for tlio last time as an A. C. C athlete was the in- dividual high point man of tho meet. Cur- rle won 15 points which Included first place in the 120 high hurdles and the dis. cus throw second placo in tho 220 low hurdles and a tie for sec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 May 1923

" MpjftwBfi I'l.htltlied Weekly by llic Student ul Alillene Christian College. Mnernl at Second Onss Matter at Posl Office Abilene Texas Office Administration UulMIng Room (i Subscription Per Year ... ....$1.50 ililrcss all correspondence and make all Money Order l'ayablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Teias. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Prew Association. WENDELL II. DEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUBKA BANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager STAFF: Ila Duncan.............ssl9tant Editor Margaret B!shop............As8iitant Editor Louise Jones.........m.As5ltant Editor AUBRA BANOWSKY ZtUner Editor WHAT ABOUT WE SOCIETIES? It seems that the two Literary Societies aro approaching a crisis. Either interest will continue to dwindle until they die a natural death or something will be done that will rejuvenate the old time spirit and make them Into the efficient organi- zations that they should be. A diagnosis of the present condition seems to show that the lives of the so- cie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 May 1923

-tot il "' - I'M' i '.'..'$' ft' "- .'IX f!:"tv A W.J-! .. -: m ' i rr;WM; t jshba $lind Student Shows Way for More Fortunate Mates Walking In continual darkness and yet 'surpassing his fellows along every lino of endeavor Is the record of Leonard Bur- ford who Is now at the age of seventeen n Sophomore in Abilene Christian College Burford has spent his entire school life In A. C. C first In the Academy and now In the college. Since his entrance into college he has not made a grade below "B" while "AV are the rule on his renoru. For the last two years he has won the gold medal of- fered annually by this Institution to the stu- dent making tlio greatest advancement in Music. All this has been accomplished without the ability to distinguish more than light and dark by sight. Up until the time ho began tlio second grade ho was able to see slightly. However be was forced to do all of his studying in the sunlight and under tlicso conditions he lost his sight entirely. It Is not known def...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 May 1923

E2EB23I WKBIjgSKBtiaiJaraUBaaXOaTJlBEa The Boys 9 Store News Edited by HORACE WADE Boys Inst summer nt Moosclieart on the Fox River I helped lay the cornerstone of a new building. It was of solid granite and I couldn't help doin a lot o' thinkin' on cornerstones generally. Let's chatter n bit on them. THE CORNERSTONE OF SELF-RESPECT I've knocked about quite a bit and in my ncwrpapcr work I'vo tackled somo of the big frogs in the puddle. And this is tho lino they ALL hand out "Horace clothes count they unfurl the banner of self-respect." Shabby shifting shufflin' Ragglc- Tags haven't a look-in any more. That's why boys today ap- preciate good durable well-tailored clothes. That why tho suits with two pair o' trousers sold by this storo have made' a ten- strike. ( Tho material is so nobby chevoits tweeds cassimcrcs serges in mixtures checks and overplaids. Tho boy who wears one is well-dressed and gindered up with self-respect. In a hun- dred ways it pays to dress well. Ain't I right ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1923

7MZS 4 HARDING EDITION L I ir j i lUt. ;" Genii 99 Itard'worU and 1 natural ability. Edison. 'f.-''.-.v'-f. - I '-T-JVjf to fcc rotay Mallow wm to be tomorrow. it "?'' Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 10 1923. Number 3L lt - I-- BURROS DEFEAT OWLS IN OLD-TIME BATFEST FINAL SCORE OF HECTIC GAME IS 16 TO 15 FRIDAY AFTERNOON. In a Wild ofTalr repteto with thrilli-ex-Ira base hit and error the Mule Iiarfl team defeated the defendant of the White Cottage 16 to 14 Friday afternoon. Leach led the attack on tho offense for the White Cottage with four blngles out of at many attempt whllo Basdcn Kerr and A. Wil- liam featured in the tame department for their team. A for the defente the score keeper wat tho only one who played an errorless game. Kerr pitching for the Burros was in- vincible In the early stage of the game but with the appearance of a bevy of co-cd rooter in tho fourth ho aviated and re- tired in favor of William. These tame rooters had a very different effect on L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1923

1 1 n i h IVbllsheJ Weekly by Hie Students ut Abilene Christian College. hntertd as Second Obss Mailer at Putt Office Abilene Texas. 1 - OJice Administration Building Room b Subscription Per Year..... . . $1.50 Address all correspondence and make al. Money Orders Payable In THE i OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. 'Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. WENDELL II. DEDICHEK 4 Editor-in-Chief AUDRA BANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPERT D. WATSON Dusincss Manager . ..... - STAFF'. -Ila Duncan ....... .. Assistant Editor Margaret BIhop........jssIstant Editor Louise Jonc. m..l;.'AsUtant Editor cltty. In the class room the others do most of the talking and bluffing nnd carry off the highest grades. There is no recognition or reward for effort In pop- ularity offices or grades. Success almost but not quite Arc you Jlmmlo or a Jim? The other fellow Is always a little ahead. Your best efforts Invariably falls r little short of even the half-hearted ef fort of someone else. It is sad and some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1923

MH7 m ' i r 'it J$. '.: ft' iM ; m m NEWS COMES FROM H. ISHIGURO A. C. C. '22 The following ta a clipping from The Friendly Visitor d memeographed sheet distributed by the Central Church of Christ of Los Angeles Cnl. This tells 'something of the work of Hlrniuke Itlil- guro who was a member of last Spring's graduating class hero: Our Japanese IFork. ; My visiting places nro about twico as many as they were. I am always very busy. 1 was visiting every home once a' week but I fear I 'cannot keep up as I have many homes to visit each day. I am glad to have this good condition I went to Mr. Kogatako's home Tuesday. He is a hotel business man but is preach Ing the Gospel from the undenominational view point and supporting. himself. Ho is deeply religious so I am trying to get him to come to our congregation. . Wednesday I visited Mr. Okae and Yam'- aoka on Madison street because there are about fifteen Japanese families near there. I talked to them about beginning Sunday .School for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 May 1923

WMflaofflnmfflCMiffljgfl IRe Boys 9 Store News Edited by HORACE WADE Boys Inst summer ut Mooseheart on the Fox River I helped lay the cornerstone" of n new building. It was of solid granito and I couldn't help doin' n lot o' thinkin' on cornerstones generally. Let's chatter n bit on them. THE CORNERSTONE OF SELF-RESPECT I've knocked about quite n bit and in my newspaper work I've tackled some of the big frogs in the puddle. And this is the line they ALL hand out "Horace clothes count they unfurl the banner of self-respect." Shabby shifting shufllin' Raggle- Tags haven't n look-in any more. That's why boys today ap- preciate good durable well-tailored clothes. That why the suits with two pnir b' trousers sold by this store have made a ten- strike The mrticrial is so hobby chevoits tweeds cassimcrcs serges in mixtures checks and overplaids. Tho boy who wears one is well-dressed and cindered up with self-respect. In a hun dred ways it paysttp dress well. Ain't I right fellers? It's the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1923

m' "DEDICATED TOGURIS; TUN EDUCATION '' THROUGH A GREATER A'. C. C. Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 17 1923. Number "3Z 5 T 4 W" llfflTTr1 MnTrn MJITfr . . . i- & -'"' fll lrrl 11 lirI --!' III" .f llllllllfl I PENNANT !N CAMPUS LEAGUEJO BURROS PRESIDENT BLARNEY'S LOOP FINISHES SUCCESSFUL SEASON'S PLAY. By virtue of tlicjr 11 to 1 win over the Owls on Saturday afternoon the Burros won the pennant In Blakeney's loop. This league has attracted much attention In the sport circles of tho world during the lost week and its future for tho coming year Is very bright. In an interview after the season closed Saturday Presi- dent Blakeney stated that players would probably be' drafted from the Majors next season Thursday marked the entry of a new team known as the Wampus Cats and composed of residents of the Grey and Yellow Cottages and Shady Dell. And It seemed they were as bad as their name. Joyce and Thomas pitched invincible ball and received comparatively good support....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1923

M I' I 'i y i; I M 1 i t'ublitlictl Weekly by tlie Student ol Abilene Christian College. fclntertil u Second Qui Matter at Pott Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Uuildlng Room b Subscription Per Year $1.50 Vddrest nil correspondence and make all Money Orders I'uyablc to TUB OPTIMIST. Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pres? Association. WENDELL II. DEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUDRA DANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPEKT B. WATSON Business Manager STAFF: tla Duncan............ .......Assistant Editor Margaret Ditiop............Asslstant Editor Louise Jones............ -.Assistant Editor AN ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION. Howard Payne College Baylor Univer sity and the University of Texas have through correspondence become Interested in the formation of a new Intercollegiate Oratorical Association due to the efforts of Dr. E. G. Townsend of Baylor College Belton according to the United State ments. Such an organization is needed greatly as another organization of that nature in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1923

w: ft ? v f a 1 SENIOR SAVES MATE'S UFE WHILE ON OUTING News of a heroic rescuo of a near drowning man from Clear Fork by Edwin Martin while on the senior fishing trip came to tho college Wednesday. Byrd Ray Lewis got Into water over his head and being unablo to swim called for help. 11. II. Lewis his brother went to his rescue but his inadaptibility to the water rendered his efforts futile. Martin dived In and succeeded in get ting the struggling man in reach of a stick held from the bank by Shelby Smith. SOWING THE SEED Gus Dunn Jr. was at Wills Point Sun- day May 13. He reports one baptism and one restoration. The church asked for his time this summer. Jack Meyer preached at David Lips- comb College Nashville Tenn. April 22 and at Silver City Texas May 13. S. C. Wall preached at Munday May 13. Paul Witt preached at Cisco 11 A. M. and had "Mother's Day" services in .the afternoon. Valroff was at Iberia in the morning and at Mud Hill school house in afternoon. Tom Phillips and Iven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 May 1923

SI!SB&Ht3i2H)SQMftM Fashionable Clothes for Young Men --For Graduation and Commencement Men Who wear Kuppcnheimcr Clothes know that they are making an investment in good appearance. Their purchase returns lasting satisfaction in style and fit. Wo arc showing the finest range of models exclusively tailored for young men. Call in before graduation day. The occasion will be doubly pleasant for you if your appearance expresses your success. quALiTY-M VAwesEnwce mimmmmmxmmsmmssw& Pennant in Campus Lcujiue to Burros (Continued from pagf fie ) Johnson rf .0 10 0 0 0 Total .35 12 12 21 4 3 Cat AB R H PO A E Etter 2b ."..- ..2 3 112 3 Davli 3b 4 12 2 0 1 Kelley cf 4 0 2 0 0 0 Lemmons lb 3 119 0 0 Walls ss 4 0 0 0 0 1 Thomas rf-p 4 0 110 0 Mitchell If .4 0 10 0 0 Coalson o .'. 4 0 0 8 12 Joyce p-rf . ...3 3 3 0 3 1 Total 32 8 11 21 6 8 Score by innings: Owls .200 123 412 Cats 102 Ml 0 8 Summary: Stolen bases E. Brown Wlm- blsh Currie (2) Travis Deal Williams Etter Kclley (2) Davis (2)...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1923

-w"'HmiwiM hi !- DEDICATED TO CUIUS- T1AN EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER A. G. C. ; i Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THUPSDAY MAY 24 1923. Number -03 ' sW 'TiTt i (l5 iff i itt i n I LAST SUNDAY SERMON PREACHED BY MINISTER BROTHER KL1NGMAN TO LEAVE SOON FOR NEW HOME IN TORONTO. Georgo A. Kllngman minister for the Church of Christ meeting at Abilcno Christian College since September 1917 who is to leave the city In two weeks for Toronto Ont. where he Is to lie minister for tho Battlo Street Church of Christ preached his last sermon to the congrega- tion hero on last Sunday. His only re- maining public appearance hero will be on Sunday June the 3rd when ho will deliver tho annual commencement sermon. His sermon on Sunday morning was "Chr'st's Program For Us." Ho took up tho command "Lovo tho Lord thy God with all thy heart soul mind and strength and lovo thy neighbor as thyself." He added that from the passage one is lead to believe either that there is a distinc- tion between the hea...

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