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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1923

MfrwmvmiiwifflwuiBiMinririiwiii lMIIM" Four Major Sports Captains fMraiM0KlH2GHlfflGiiU()fflffliS AS YOU GO HOME FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION WE WANT TO WISH YOU GOOD LUCK MANY THANKS TO THE A. C. C. STUDENTS FOR THEIR LIBERAL PATRONAGE SINCE WE OPENED OUR NEW STORE MIMS DRY GOODS COMPANY THE STORE OF INDIVIDUALITY MIMS CORNER PHONE ONE-ONE-ONE NEW YORK OFFICE 1182 BROADWAY I'ubllilicJ Weekly by llio Students ol Atiilene Christian Cullege. Kiilend a Second Qa Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. v Office Adiiilnlstratinn llullillng Iloom 0 Subscription Per Year..... ..$1.50 ddress all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to TliK ' " OPTIMIST Abilene. Tesas. mcJh IsUfpff J Member of Texas Inter-bollcglule Pres Association. WENDELL H. BEDICIIEK Editor-in-Chief AUBRA BANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager STAFF'. lla Duncan ... .........Assistant Editor Margaret Bishop..... ....Assistant Editor Louisa Jones......... .........Assistant Editor A PLEA FOR ECON...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1923

Abilene Aids A.C.C. $ALARIE(t SI. 200 to $2000 P s&tauxuuBtarsffinjr &: " V i. i ' i . t i "f eLLiBmsLLLLLLLHLBBBLPLLLH v "jbHbbhbbbp 'bbbbV BBBBBBBB7 ft eBBBaBBflflBBl t n. ittJL V m VBBBBBW IIHNflEHnflHHS: " ib .BlWfluBsRflBBiBBBlBBBB H8B2?SIHhBIbbbbE!j19& x91BBBBB7''r3BBBBV BBBBBaBfflnBnHHHflBlBaiBBSnBHB. jJB&BK&Sj ! jfjnaBiBBBH iBBBBHkrVBuKMP' ' " .. i'MI'ijn. SBKHBMKSiwr bbbH Orer ton timet m mny posltlom frailuatw. Monty-back guartntra Insum position. World famous eounc in per lor equipment and IndiYlduu Instruction aavca G0 of tlmo rd money. 8redl raUg MOW at College or by Mull Cataloa Free. SriDftin't Bisloitf Collici. Abilene Tut. IU 19 REX STUDIO Kqdak Finishing and Enlarging. Frames of nil kinds Matlo to Order. Quick and Prompt Service. 249 PINE ST. PHONE 527 BfBffiGffi OTf3120!!Mffl)a)iO'JKCj lypcwritera and Adding Machines Sold Rented Exchanged Repaired ABILENE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Geo. A. Pcarce Mgr. Phono 217 Abilene Texas Grace Hotel BIdg. Abilene ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 May 1923

- f" s WHGffiffiMEsmmasmiHm Summer's Favorite Footwear llnrcly havo wc shown such a splendid variety of styles a more up-to-the-minute stock of fino shoes. Even the newest of the new the slashed side effect and lattic work. Everything to delight women who love good style. White Kid and Linen Strap Pumps Sandals Suede Straps Sport Oxfords Satins and Patents. In fact you may choose from so many styles you will not have to go outside of our moderate price range to obtain the very stylo you have been wanting $5.00 to $9.00 QUALITY-M VALUS-SEWCG BiMIfflMMTOICTl Popular and Well Known Couple Marry PAUL C. WITT (Continued from page one.) I... !. inljt .! . a .inJui 1. . jcgo in xyiu uiiu nua u Biuuciu iciHVJr six consecutive sessions having ltn oraif uated last spring. Ho is (MjSpel preacher of usefulness heingvhe present the minister fortheJJuTcl nt Cisco. For the past foursASflon e lias served as Bursar tQcnlleee nnd durinc tilts session has een a very elTicient instructor in Chem istry....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 May 1923

DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION .-jf -; THROUGH AXREATER i. c. c. ... X Vol. X. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 31 1923. s Number1 34 out iti mm - - I i i OPTIMIST STAFF IS ELECTED WEDNESDAY P- PRESS CLUB ALSO SELECTS OF- FICERS FOR NEW SESSION. BROWN IS CLUB PRESIDENT Bcdichck Is Selected to Fill Third Term as Editor; Watson Business Manager. The annual election of the Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager of Tho Op- timist and alto the Press Club officers for the next session was held in Room 5 of the Administration Building' at 7:30 Wed- nesday evening. Wendell Bcdichck was chosen to serve his third term as Editor-in-Chief while Rupert Watson was unanimously chosen as Business Manager for the next year. Watson has been Business Manager for tho past three months and has always shown rare ability as such. J. C. Brown next year's business man- ager of The Prickly Pear was elected President of the Press Club for the next year while Oscar Keliey was elected Vice- President. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 May 1923

St t I : ' if it KOMmSe Published Weekly by ttic Student ol Abilene Christian College. intend as Second Clnss Matter at Toil Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year-... .....1.50 ViMrets all correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oolleglato Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief AUBRA BANOWSKY Associate Editor RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager STAFF: lla Duncan.. Margaret Bishop Louis Jones. .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor -..-Assistant Editor A BACKWARD LOOK AND A WARNING As another year comes to a close and . another student body is being scattered The Optimist looks back over tho past year and surveys a complex outlay of varied things. It sees many pleasant things and many unpleasant ones. It sees much good fellowship and much useless strife. It sees co-operation and petty rivalry. There have been good things and bad things but though it Is Tho Optimist al- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 May 1923

w 4 MRS. G. A. KLINGMAN IS FIVEN A" FAREWELL PARTYBY FRIENDS Mra C. A. Klingman who i leaving this ycck with her family lo make their home In Toronto was the honorce at a part given Friday afternoon hy Mr. 0. E. 'Phillip. Mn. W. II. Free and Mrs. J. S. Bonner with the hospitality given at the homo of Mrs. Phillips South Second and Boulevard. - Guests were entertained with a program of varied and delightful numbers Inaug- urated hy u piano solo by Mrs. Cranfill. A vocal solo by Miss Louisa Harsh was succeeded by readings given by two charm- ing Uttlo girls Dorothy Frco and Settle Lou Bonner. A musical reading by Mrs. M. E. Gilllland with Miss Alta Wood play- ing her accompaniment concluded tlio pleasurcablo hour. In response 16 a knock at tho door it was opened to find a messenger boy with a bag to be delivered to Mrs. Klingman. This handsome leather traveling bag was filled with interesting packages which open cd revealed a number of beautiful gifts for their beloved friend from the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 May 1923

tr r Yt 'msmmmmismsmmsmmimmwfflmmmBSssBsm Men 9s Summer Suits Tropical weight two-picco hot wenther Suits in summer' coolest and most attractive fabrics. GENUINE LORAINE "SEERSUCKER SUITS AT $1000 PALM :DEACH SUITS OF GENUINE PALM BEACH CLOTH AT $12.50 EXTRA QUALITY MOHAIR SUITS AT $20.00 ALL WOOL TROPICAL WORSTED SUITS HAIRLINE STRIPES AT $25.00 quAUTY-M VAWB-senvee ;gipnrorofflfflflHBMMnmmnCTHntmifflHTK "Tho Call Iniperutivo" Baccalaureate Sermon (Continued 'from page one ' books on Theology and it is not blessed with the loaves and fishes of men with which to feed the thousands. "I've been at commencements where the Dean did not preside at tho Lord's Table and where the graduates did not partake of ths Lord's Supper. Give us more such colleges that will solve tho problem. "You can come in a peasant's garb but a man's man for 'a that. You may come in the kingly robes of royalty but a man's man for 'a that. "The interpretation of the Father show- ed itself moat in the social side o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1923

i DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUGATION l4 . ' Vol XI. - .l - - .i- -k 1 f I ' AUIcm Ckristku. Cflbk Abilene Tcim THROUGH A GREATER "My ABILI-NE ClfrlSTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1923. Number 1 EPOCH-MAKING MEETING COMES TO CLOSE H0MEC01M (ING OF EX-STUDENTS AND ff ".w A VARIED PROGRAM FILLS 3 DAYS- T0 A-iEff NUMBER BYJ " " "-"" "i "- J!'0 foUrlh "Jmmer KW'on of Abilene "Wo must have a new building for ALL TRUSTEES LAUNCH A GREAT W' lo&an' .Ulomc' J' h McClnljr Ten 'i " College cnded nn AuSU8t 'eno Christian College and by the help CAMPAIGN FOR NEW reII; Al A IU8le1Ier Georgetown; J. It. iBlh ar most profitable summer'. work and grace of God through earnest prayer BUILDINGS 1W11 TuscoIaJ Otto Foster Cleburne; ul ' part two hundred student from good men and women we will have ' W. D. Lee Spur; J. D. Pepper Sweet- s A rong facuIy v"" maintained for the this building" said Mr. J. C. Reece a The two days preceding and the first day watcri and R. L. Travis Ralls. ' ''uarter f"J '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1923

X !USw v'f lBfcwBti BRICKBATS AND BOUQUETS MEW MEMBERS ADDED TO WILDCAT BAND Published Weekly by (lie Student: Abilene Christian College ol Tramp trump trampboy the crowd' a marching around "this Christian college campiii once more. The name old thrill The membership of the Abilene Chris- hi ihbt tliroinh the old students and it " College Wildcat Band It Increasing t. . "" I TZ looks as If the new ones are getting the d"y ""! f'm " "S " lt -" Entered as Second Ubss Matter nt Post . rt . -Mm will germ. --- - -- II B hlens to introduce himself to le ady to play for the opening football a faculty and helpless student body and Ran the season at the West Texas Fair especially to a verdant crop of first year Thursday. The addition of several new -.-. nt ii. .nt i. wi. mirli nnA men has proven valuable. Hubert Per- ddress all correspondence and make all cyery pww un(cr tw clrcuatlon of Thc kins a former member of the well-known Money Orders Payable to THE Optimist to know that his Is tho a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1923

v- ' 1 l r; - t. '"tV s j : r v (& I ft " n jt &SL. aJ"t . F001BALL SCHEDULE 1923 Sept. 27th Meridian College at West Texas Fait. Oct. 5th Texas Military College at Wildcat Field. Oct. 12th Open (Wayland at Plainvicw probably.) Oct. 19th Open. Oct. 26th Clarendon College at Clarendon. ' v- Nov. 2nd Open. Nov. 10th Wayland College at Wildcat Field. Nov. 17th University of Dallas at Wildcat Field."' Nov. 29th (Thanksgiving Day) John TarIeton"Collcge at Stcphcnvillc. Jf. r COACH PAYNE SENDS MEN THROUGH STIFF WORK FOR FIRST GAME SEWELL JERSEYS IE SHOWN THROUGHOUT STATE AT BIG FAIRS ..n.n. ... . Exhibition of members of the registered MERIEi:.9EGE T0 MEET "" f he SeweU Jersey Farm of which Sao r 7ii T JeM0 Me SeWe" l8 owner' wi" e mado TEXAS FAIH. a e West Texas Fair here next week at the Texas-Oklahoma Fair at Wichita SEVEN LETTER MEN RETURN Falls the following week and later at the ' " State Fair of Texas at Dallas. Sewcll will Good Material at Work Dut The also exhibit at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 September 1923

RBsflffi jiKmrnmaMMMMSmsMMmmMMMMMmmKa FOOTWEAR THAT BEAUTIFIES rV It is essential to wear a shoe that is prettily shaped and designed to obtain attractive cITccts so much desired by well dressed women. Our shoes have grace of line and elegance of finish that make them bcautificrs of women's feet. Care- fully made over lasts of newest design these shoes look well and wear well. $6.50 TO $11.00 emmk "M. VAiue-jci"- i qUAUTY H'aWfltfwgwgTOro wffwen MARTIN-M'DONALD WEDDING IS OF MUCH INTEREST TO FORMER STUDENTS llio marriago of Mr. Edwin D Martin '2.3 and Miss Jewel McDonald of Lub- bock which took place on August the twelfth at Plalnvlcw came as a surprise to many students of A. C. C. Mr. Martin was graduated last June from this college after having spent four ojrs as a student here. Ho had disting- uished himself as a leader in student activities and as a scholar. He served one year as Assistant Business Manager of Tho Optimist and during the 1921-22 fcjjlon was Business Manager of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1923

w . T iaiiTli J. I j DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION . THROUGH lA GREATER i' ' ' r A. C. C. t ' Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1923. Number 2 riM flmmttttl4 7ynBi';iH hi am bbxv ip-j w h b m m h h a -w hi h j If j If FOOTBALL SCHEDULE RECEIVES ADDITION WILDCATS GO TO PLAINVIEW FOR GAME WITH WAY- LAND OCT. 12TH. FOUR HOME GAMES WATCHED Old Enemies Will Endeavor To mot uut Jjercats; Clarendon Again to Bo Played. Since tlio lat edition of Tho Optimal Tho registration of students was continu- The class of 1927 the new crop of Coaclt Victor Payno announced the a- was prnted another game has been added Ing through Wednesday yitli more than a Freshmen was organized at a meeting ibovo as tho most probable line-up of play- to tho football schedule for the season score having enrolled on Tuesday. Stu- held In tho college auditorium Wednesday ers for the Thursday afternoon game ag. It Is to bo played on October the 12th at dents aro filling all tho buildings on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1923

eMMu '":i3i' '"HynMittMISIIWHWiBIPWWWBB nmMWnMmiiinMMn UiUiUIIWmM8U1HtreMllil M 4-yAk- - WEDDING B FEAnjRE A- C C DAY AT WEST J0lL!pmWU OF COLLEGE NIGHT TEXASMIR A HIT Published Weekly by tl.e Student ol MISS SOPHOMORE BECOMES PAtlADE Abilene Christian College. BRIDE OF MR. SENIOR THURSDAY. THROUGH BUSINESS DISTRICT AND FOOT BALL GAME. The annual college night celebration held Ablleilo Christian College Day at the Entered at Second Clnss Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 "y l 0 8T ' Ue college on T nn WCM lcm ftirWM Tl.ur.day 5iit.rtninn p.. v... i en evening of the school year was postponed with a parade through the business dls- HjUU9li JlHIUIlf 1 C 1 ClirilMHHMNHtaHHIH(l 1 OU . . .t t . . MA .. iwu niguis mis year ucwiuro ui inu iiumu mci ui iu.ou a. in. unu mo looiuau game the the Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oollegtale Press Association. WENDELL II. BED...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1923

l r 4 ty 4. 4 ) fit IE LJ. ill v lilW HH HailR thcW llieliLlK tnucB toifH Abilene Christian College Goes Forward $50000 Debt Lifted and Quarter Million Dol- lars Campaign Launched U)y prrmittlon of the Abilene Chrhtlnn College Bulletin.) The Convocation and Homo coming of the eighteenth session of Abilene Chris- tian College is now a matter of history. The program ns announced was carried out with few changes. Some movements were set in motion during these threo days that will in all probability prove the most important ever inaugurated by this institution. The attendance was en- couraging and every meeting an inspira- tional one. TRUSTEES LIFT INDEBTEDNESS At the meeting of tho Board of Trus- tees held Monday September 17 a reso- lution was passed that relieved the college of the indebtedness of $52000 that was hanging as a shadow over tho path of fu- ture progress. Then tho sun of hope il- lumined tho way forward. This was dono by tho sale of a number of choice city lots owned by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 September 1923

7 imMf ywii'iww'""'MM'i'i'IMiytt ""W i ti n Stetson Hats Styled for Young Men Mmwfmt Men who wear Stctson9 are sincerely proud of tho fact. Young men especially appreciate tho smart style in a Stetson. Tho new Fall Stetson Hals please us immensely and wo know you'll like them too. We shall be glad to show you tho new styles and colors. A splendid selection at $7.00 csssm - m vALue--i-ir'-- COACH PAYNE IS AGAIN PILOT OF A.C.C. TEAMS FACTIONS DISCUSSED ON SUNDAY MORNING QUALITY- MINISTER SPEAKS OF THE POS- ITIVE NATURE OF CHRIS-TIANITY. Football Schedule college publications or distinguished him- plf na n lcniliT onionc his fellow students. Receives Addition T. momlirM nrn voted In onlv at tho an- . . .. . .1 t .i. -1..1. i.-i.i .. .i. i fonthnll nnd basketball nlaver. (Continued from race 1) nuai mccung oi mo uu nciu ui mo ran - qimlnw morninn v b ' 1 ...i : ti. .1 1.. !. star in all sport having envlahlo records Sunday morning nit tnrn i1ti tlmn 1U .nnnnrtrra have i.t.i it nn 1 " ha...

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

'a itffc wiaggtwrnrd jwayjtv iwn mwiwn .nmn we'Yi .nnc w .? jfci .(..''.''" ' .t NQRKffRJ8NniKJM! . U- I i ' j DEDICATED TO CHRIS- vryiV EDUtffoidN Vol. XI. WILDCATS TROUNCE MERIDIAN FINE ARTS FACULTY IN ANNUAL RECITAL BEST PROGRAM OF KIND EVER PRESENTED HERE SAYS CRITIC. P1J0F. BREWER IS FEATURE Townspeople Compose Large Part Of Very Appreciative Audience. in . ti n i t . 7 i i r. .i (By The Optimist Musical and Dramatic tow The Leit fine arti recital ever presented In Abilene Christian College was enjojed Saturday night by a large appreciative nu- dlence a largo part of which was com. posed of the townspeople of Abilene. Tlio feature of the program was the performance of Charles R. Brewer the new head of the expression and public speak- Ing department In A. C. C. Mr. Brewer made his first appearance In this recital before the people of Abilene and scored tfin MirffMt lilt ever mnrtn hv n reader In "- "" "-- - this city. Ho struck a note of deep sincere lecimg in-lils Iirsi numtier...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 October 1923

w T -rssssz&x&ss&x "Vws" u i v" J 3Lm jLdJ&r m nr: m is. 'wkj . jtWft 4 ridiculous behavior upon the part of cer- you "don't care anything for any of these HlDpED rfri I JiTF? nTTIIVNTQ tain student. guys here." And you could go every mom- "" & LULUJUI D1UU IMd The Pint thing to learn Is that the cam- Ing.to the mall box and ask for tho dally PflRMSH SPl.KNnlll P4PFR pus Is the placo for rough houses if any letter from the fellow with tho thousand Published Weekly by .lie Student ot "01" bo ned' " '" tlle udMh1m- char7; at oud h lcen 6rM' LOCAL GRADUATE IS SPONSOR Abilene Christian College. And l 8ecm. 0 D' & 1at anon? I'1'0 ouIdn ' ? FOR PUBLICATION i old enough to leave the paternal fire- However let us hasten to nolnt two. nvrvivvn Entered as Second Clsss Matter at Post l(1o ani1 ven'" Into a college should cven if It does grow dull to our readers. ' i Office Abilene Texas. know ome of lle rudiments of common do- rj &..TJ wm My icro nnj mw tmt The Opti...

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

WMn 'wl' XZSMmmVKJ.Jt.mmatMqmmMHltJiHvv ivw.fmf UM MWWlMtI!l3aMJWJrWTOiKi NewlCollegdOpensHere Wira? W SIKES TO LEAVE SOON FOR WELL EARNED PERIOD OF REST A. C. C. Students ! We invite you to come and see us and inspect our slock. Wo have a complete lino of millinery ready-to-wear clothes and shoes Si ' .'"SnttMUaae' HRBsP r IBHr IE r-' wPsSSiSHcllasM HmIIS - wS -'II liffi H fl1 .4 i "- W'. w lHwi' v L ft jK" MH. 'MsSSSSsW lsLLsm 'Lsssssw sssssW jf K i S 0V? P"0l08rnPh of e main liuiWing of McMurry College new Junior College opened this year by the Methodists of West Texas which is situated just south of this city. An initial enrollment of two hundred is announced. President J. W. Hunt is very enthusiastic as to the prospects for continued growth. A. C. C. extends her heartiest fellowship to this new institution in making of Abilene more than ever the educational center of the Southwest. POOL OF EVANGELISM TO BE CONDUCTED HERE FIVE WEEKS JANUARY 6 TO MARCH 2 A NEW STORE IS BUILT NEAR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 October 1923

IT MKmmmijmmmi- w v5 imt0m n ! br -ii Ht Utt . M brUgafrgafrJpta4L&&SiiR44 ITirorvt La.G4dL Lightly boned dainty correctly design- cd sucli a corset is tlio Modnrt. Exquisite Iy made in phantom models topless styles models of bhcll pink jersey silk and brochc and other malcrinls to suit every purse and personality. All Modnrt Corsets sold by us arc. fitted by experienced corsctieres whose special training qualifies them to advise you re- ' liably. Modart Corsets $3.50 up. '' . Ni i I V! Alil...'i fmtttlt SkttHnl rltn "-" - aw m mj m teas QUALITY-Jt VALUe-SnVCE f 7rmn 1 S m NUMEROUS PRIZES ARE WON BY SEWElL JfiRSEYS ELEVEN FJRST.vEOUR CHAMP- IONS AND i GRANDCHAMP. AMONG WINS TWO INITIATED INTO LOCAL JWJN SIX CLUB Fine Arts Aca.le.ny DOUBLE L BLAKNEY IS In Annual Recital gQpjj pRDENT (Continued from Pago 1) somewhat marred by the imperfect co- ordination between the ginger and her ac- companist. The program was as follows: Mazurka . Myln) or ski Serenade ... ... Schubert Poor ...

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

M DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER A. C. C ft Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1923. Number 5 I "V. r' U Construction of Gymnasium to WAYLAND BAPTIST COL- "DRAMATIC PROGRAM THIS LYCEUM COURSE TAKEN FRESHMEN BE STRUCK LEGE 3RD WILDCAT VICTIM EVENING BE INTERESTING OVER BY SENIOR CLASS AT STUDIO NEXT WEEK PAYNEMEN BATTLE IN SEA OK MUD FOR 10 TO 6 WIN FRIDAY TEAM BE PLAYED AGAIN SOON Williams Shows Plainsmen Real Line-Bucking; Fumbles Cost Heavily The Wayland College Jackrabbits were tctte selections will bo presented this even- the third victims of the Wildcats in a ing. game played at Plalnview Friday in a sea of mud with a cold driving rain pouring from the north during practically all of the game. The score was 18 to 6 the Christians having scored a field goal a safety and two touchdowns. The goal was klrkcd after tho first touchdown and the extra point was given to A. C. C. when a Wayland lineman was off side on tho try-for-point after the...

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