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

? r j-d ft 't s I ' I I 11 tl ;' t 3- II I tfjjfttttisfi Published Weekly by the Student ot I Alillene Chrlitlan College. Entered at Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene' Texan. Oirice Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year-...-......$1.50 T.T In ; i .-J .l .ii lilUIVS Ull VUiltSIJUilUIIV.C mm IIIUSW ail " Money Order. Payable to THE ;.. OPTIMIST Abilene Texa.. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK bfe ;t ' "' Editor-in-Chief t:V RUPEIIT D. WATSON .Business Manager Cecil Noel Assistant Editor Brasswcll Oliver Assistant Editor :.::::.r.r. EdZ Ruth 'McNatt.. Gordon KenWCirnnlntinri Manmrer n' t i ' i r. . V Oscar Kelly. Asst. Business Mgr. AMERICANISM AND "CHURCH SCHOOLS." Student and ex-student. of .omo of tho largest school of higher learning .up- r .1 ).. :.!- f T.. i.n L d o Jv lha he LTnTenon e nf col heard to wy that the maintenance of col- lege by religiou. bodle. i. entirely un- American and devoid of any plac...

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

SptJiajmMIMWIHMUI KWMWhr.' J. ' 4 NEWIitWED EX-STUDENTS RELATE VARIED " ! London and Liverpool combined more ' than 'passes' through' the Suez and Panama !f canals combined.' This river highway it 4- 'CLUB NOTES : .: fiArfiiucnutt ur Limn nunfiimuutTirur- v ..f i . . ..- .7 ' J ." . . n.w v .; l.. ;.'i ';.kif.n' reported to be tno greatest in the world.. AND REAL 1.0YE FOR AIJMA MATER:: a fW deal of 00 1. m.de '... '3 . - S 11 " i V the' city attractive. $22000 are apnt dally h-i. 1 . ii.. i...j inmJ. whirl. I. ln-l m mii.t.n.lliiff to 'keep the .ircet. and alleyi clean Do Canaries are Entertained .& -'T" rr. ...r moumen . a . . i ia.: m h bum an ... of two buying. The Canaries' were entertained Saturday 1 kept in the ba.e- ESE "' Nb E "" Bnt. Intho museum r J J- -J -. X JnB..Fool.. PflradUc J ml Thts who were married here lat June at Daisy """l' of 'e monument iipiiihv iriini mr. mill iviin. a. ..ii i r.iirii " -- - three rousing cheers cw songs. 1110 elec- By saw. ' " - aBi'fl...

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

Tf t-iX. f II JBSmfes smmsEmmMSM&mmmmsMMSSMMMsmms&-a The Big Redaction Sale Is Now On Everything at Lowered Prices F.feWSkcplicrd Hold- lie Raid ''Is not a Democracy but an ab- lug FU Meeting 4u.i3 a a La; for hj dl9culon Thc lt (Continued from page one.) main point of the discussion wero the re . latlonehip of the shepherds to the flock or possess and the righteousness of him to 0f he pastors to the congregation and the whom God reckon righteousness. David lelat)6nshlu of the flock to the shepherds. QUAUTY-MVAUe -SERVCG rasfflftffi7ggwwfflFfflii?;ra Another Counter University at DalliiH Fuils to Score 6ii Christian Team (Conllnricd from page one) gained a IftaM n line play. 1M1 (topped yar(js ror jjrt j MCAice ioriayard loss wans puntea m -.i.J. itkkl M ... r-..-.I- f . iT . ' ' - Tho fourth period opened with Wll- gamed ft yfa. Matt 2 yards Stevens 3 . . ' and Matt Jfflcd 22 yards out ol bounds. llams pun8n he "ne '" a ma"ner lha ts . was sure to mean a touchdown. He could...

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

'I'Aji. M..WJK! !MSwmmummW'wmuuul-mmm'r'.'- " ii .......wmi.i ir i " - " " f SB II pr DEDICATED SO HRIS.: THROUGH A GREATER TIAN' EDUCATION? At C: C. Vol XL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1923. Number 11 ;v ' iWi Irl F.MlWl'4MMrfrrirV I 1 -' HJjrJfvjBI I Hkw.M III m I r& ; . 1 jjW A . - LI " T - - . j. hi i . . i i j k.- . ku ih n h-- i Am-m m m MmW mmk h h h v ih i h r u V .- IP IHSs.'i- t r I i - UNDEFEATED SEASON BLASTED MISSIONARY TO JAPAN BEGINS RETURN TRIP MISS LILLIE CYPEIlf HAS BEEN GIVEN MUCH AID HERE. HAS SEEN SERVICE BEFORE 1 Women Students Delight In Help- ing to make llcr irip Comfortable. 1 After spending almost two years in the United States both In school here and at her home In Oak Flat ArlcMlss LUlle Cypert who was missionary in Japan for three years beginning in 1918 left Abilene loot. Friday evening on her journey to San Francisco from which port she will sail on December the 1st on the steamer Ten- Yo-Maru. She will land at Yokohama on the 17...

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

ttgW p nwsnr r I M' Publlihed Weekly by tlie Students Abilene Chrlitlan College. POSTSCRIPT (i I l or she does not Identify with a few Hto 9WfJZrmSkltijL.MTT c'u But a cw ou'tl not lB Interpreted Oi-ttP VhJniltntrilT to mean all of the clubs in the school. That 34.SYp- ltlo ifory about ho fcllow who WBg jbck at an traucs nna gooa ai none iioias almoit true in every walk of life This College has no fraternities nor Is Entered as Second Class Matter August there any probability of it ever having of half of the girls wound here. .Say 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. same but to enumerate Its clubs would bo Vaughn what is your girl's maiden name? ..'.. -r-rrr. - Uko making a catalogue of the Dictionary. Office Administration Building Room 6 . nn . . ... i c..l. i-.l .. v i en "" "u lv" "" - - - "" " JUUAIJI.IUIi CI ICOlM-MwiM George Browv--"I don't know the names fingers. Alt of them ore beneficial to the chapel hall "Dcthany" (meaning "House MANHATTAN CAFE "The Homo of Good Eats" W...

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

vjf&' B Published Weekly by tlie Student oi ene Christian College. "GREETING" Entered a 1 1912 A Christian 1. not merely a good neigh Second Class Matter August Post Office Abilene Texas. nlglit was a silent reminder of your duty When I call upon my girl and opportunity. That pew should hare A I quite often do been occupied by someone who would I try to act like other men have received as great a joy and help And this is what 1 do- perhaps more out of the servico a. you I hold her hand quite tenderly 'derived. And gaw Into her eyes- Fill the pews and God is not only hon- I P"t W " nfoun "'. ...i i.... iin t. U..l ! And breath deep heavy sighs .. -... - - rm mo pews mm " "- - t . . bor a fervent religionist or a baptized WOr.hlpper U blessed by A And breath deep heavy sigh believer; but he Is one who reflects In oreu um ""' . t And whisper soft the same old lies the warp and woof of his being the very " No preacher can do his best facing a Thal gltli 1Mrd for agMt . ... -.. . m -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 December 1923

KiJU. .(:- Ewui 1 Ivf An l a t . ft. i 4u fe- DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER A. C C. Vol. XL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY "DECEMBER 6 1923. Number 12 DILLINGHAM ELECTED STATISTICS DISCLOSE COLLEGE MALE QUARTET A. C. C. REPRESENTATION T. I. A. A. MEMBERSHIP ACTUAL WORK ON GYM CAPTAIN OF WILDCATS STRENGTH ON GRIDIRON CHOSEN IN TRY-OUT HERE AT TEACHERS MEET LARGE BEINGJPPLIED FOR BEGINS HERE TUESDAY MEN CHOOSE LEADER AT STAG ONLY FORTY-ONE POINTS MADE WITT WALLS BROTHERS AND NINE FACULTY MEMBERS ARE A. C. C. APPLIES FOR ADMIS- LONG LOOKED-FOR BUILDING GIVEN BY KO-JO-KAI BY OPPONENTS IN JACK MEYER COMPOSE IN ATTENDANCE AT SION IN CONFERENCE TO- IS NOW IN COURSE OF MONDAY. 15 GAMES. ORGANIZATION. FORT WORTH. DAY AT DALLAS. CONSTRUCTION. SWEATERS BE GIVEN PLAYERS ti.0 football .eason which wa. closed LARGE NUMBER MAKE TRIALS HONOR BREWER AND MORLAN Dean h. e. Speck and coach Victor RESULT OF 'A' CLUB CAMPAIGN last Thursday with the loss to the John Payne left W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 December 1923

Hb mzm Ijffiwbfi Pub(lhed "Weekly J.y tlio Student Abilene Christian College. ol cr had been gathered by the sound of the bell. V The voice of this mute messenger of just about everything would sound as the sweet music from a golden throated or- gan to hundreds of men and worrien who have trod A Tribute to the Substitute A man through and through who train them for the hie battles on the the campus for -a few short if hig enough to sacrifice himself for gridiron. Entered as Second Class Matter August tyears and passed on toward 'the lines of Hxo 8oa V0wi 9 vvunng. tie IS Uie unsung hero. 1. "1912 at Post Office Abllene.Texau. battle closer to the frontr - ? V i d ' Wck8 "? U W "X" who is bi8 mm&l The old bell is hallowed not because l""1 "'" ft u- ? maY wn w" s 19 snenuco sen. luiiiuui uuiiuugu 111: iuiuwa uiui wimu 110 ra wo cog which turns mo anvC' uuico Aaruinisirauon uuuaing ioom o . - . . 1.1. . ... e v. i .1 n v (f c. 01 the metal of which it is composed but juuuijmuii i. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 December 1923

S' v; r-' IGLEE EW talent uncovered CLUB AND WINNIFRED FISHER VIOLINIST ARE FAVORITES. Tlie many lovers of Fins Arts present was a very enjoyable ono for thoso present. Gflmn which prnirnlfil a Inrrm Amount of IN RECITAL- SATURDAY " ' appetizing refreshment plate was icrvcd at the concluilon of the evening. The following young ladles wcro hos- tesses! Misses Malone Ifclvcy Young Duncan McCurlcy Baskcrrillc Russell Gibson Foster and Mrs. Russell. Among the guests were Misses Angus Donoho fat the Fine Arts recjtal last Saturday night sho and .were surprised at the large amount of .. ' . '' . .- .... ... i.' j jrero wipnie ." .w " c M Hanowsky lhad never pppcared beforo an A. C L. audience before rendered well-received 'tnumbcrs. " .The program was varied comprising violin voice oppression ana piano num- bers and Including composers from Clio- Kcrchcville GOOD TIDINGS Freshman Freshman weep no more This old year will soon be o'er. '.pin of the classical school to Cyril Scott Two more w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 December 1923

"S K jiKK ' THE GIFT BUYING CENTER FOR ABILENE AND yiGINITY u MTrt 1 i tx 4K By reason of our greatly lowered prices on tho entire stock of new Holiday goods it will certainly pay you well to do your Christmas shopping hero this year. You naturally want to spend your Christmas money where it will buy not only tjic most at- tractive giftskbutwlierciit "jTiU 'dj fiu-'thpst In the. purchase of. such gifts. TTirn vnit.willihave'fovour selection thoimost extensive Block. of attractive Christmas' Gift Goods'shown m'tbwri an'd'dur'pri aro decisively lowered. jnces m TINY PUP CHRISTENED 7. ZT AS MASCOT OF MESS' Hoorayl Koorayl Hoorayl HOOTI ' Tho residents of tho nnrtli ldo of the There was nothing on tho ballots to Indl- 'campus were rudely awakenedfrom pleas- cate who' originated them and nothing to i i' e j i i a.1. suggest ;or. prompt any particular answer nnt dream early Sunday .morning by tho pnclp qtleJon8 wcre. auovo uarnarous rcirain issuing msiuy qi from a score of masculine threa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 December 1923

K Kr 1U DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION A. fei . - . J THROUGH A GREATER A.C. C. Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY DECEMBER 13 1923. Number 13 WILDCATS ADMITTED TO TEXAS CONFERENCE . ! Texas Christian University Defeated Friday in Debate MORRIS AND ADAMS ARE GIVEN UNANIMOUS VOTE FRIDAY AHORT WORTH Abllcno Christian College's debaters be- gan another season which promises to be a victorious one last Friday evening when the team representing Texas Christian Uni- versity was defeated by Don Morris and Waller Adams representing A. C. C. by a unanimous decision of the judges. Tho question discussed was: Resolved that the United States should become- a member of the permanent court of International Justice as It is at present constituted. The A. C. C. men affirmed tho proposition while Messrs. Nelson and Shepherd of T. C. U. denied. What was said by T. C U. men to be the largest crowd gathered there to hear a debate since tho discussion held there against California Universit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 December 1923

r & "GREETINGS" 3fffiO$jftt$ Published Weekly by flie Student ot Abilene Christian College Entered a. Second dau Matter August or a fervent religionist or a baptlred worUnn i. M(.(i l.v And breath deep heavy sighs 1 1912 at Tost Office Abilene Texas believer; but he it one who renews in ' " . . And whisper aoft tho aamo old Ilea. ww A. . " " H d ' f h! bel"8 he very No preacher can do hi. beat facing a heBfd fpr Office Administration Building Room 6 nature nn(j character f tho Christ. The woodpile. No congregation can put ila T BCl ju j1Jt0 h0 herocg do jn mujy Subscription Per Year H-SO loess and unprofitableness of tho heart fully Into the worship when Mattered novels pages. Address all correspondence and make all churches today rests not In an uneducated to the four winds. It h me spirit of tho A Christian is not merely a good neigh- night was a silent reminder of your duty When I call upon ray girl and opportunity. That paw should havo As I finite often do ' been occupied by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 December 1923

& V rv fV fc LV p. V PRESIDENT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES MAN WHO KNOWS STUDENTS' PROBLEMS 1. S. ARLEDGE BORN AT BON- HAM AND ATTENDED CARLE- TON COLLEGE KNOW YOUR TRUSTEES! SOWING THE SEED 2 Regular appointment at Hamlin were filled by 0. K. Alexander December the 9th. tlj Lula Laurence Morgan II. Carter was at Clydo Sun- (This Is the part of a series of phono- d" " preached and looked after the graphical sketches of A. C. C. trustees work of tlls extension class there. Editor) urlng the war we lead much of "the Charles R. Drewer preached at Snyder man behind the man behind the gun." Sunday. Those sailors down In the hold of the ship who really kept things going so Davl1 L CoPcr ls preaching regularly that the gunner might get a proper slant a' " on the enemy also deserve recognition for ' their valor. RT Cogdill preached at Hornby Sunday. In a college's make-up tho trustees are really "the men behind the man behind the gun." Bro.'J. S. Arledge president of the Board of Trustees of A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 December 1923

MfOTI j-.- tS.r . Suits and Overcoats UNDERPRICED FOR THE HOLIDAYS Bo good to yourself 1I113 Christmas unci get .that Overcont you'vo been thinking about. There never was a better time to buy ono hero thah now. Wo have hundreds of good Overcoats from tho low priced to tho very finest and tho prices on all of them arc away down reduced for tho holiday selling. Or you may bo interested in a new Suit. If so tho quality and values arc as at- tractive as that of tho Overcoats. These special prices represent our finest values in Suits and Overcoats. $21.25 $23.85 $29.75 $31.85 AND $37.75 GIFTS FOR MEN Bath Robes $5.85 $6.65 $8.85 to $13.45 Dressing Gowns Silk and Wool $18.45 to $21.25 Dress Gloves $1.29 to $4.45 Silk Hose.... 63c to $1.69 New Neckwear. .45c to $2.19 Wool Scarves $1.69 to $2.95 Silk Mufflers $2.19 to $3.45 Cuff Links .43c to $4.45 Belts 63c to $1.69 Belt Buckles 89c to $4.45 Shirts Madras and Silk $1.69 to $7.65 Handkerchiefs each ... .......... ...... ......29c to 53c In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 January 1924

Ml rail M w Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 10 1924. Number M ' - . . ... i.ih.ii r ! . I!.-1J..7V '' - '' ' i ' ; ii i '.. J "J '" - 'I !!. j . i - "I " ' r. I r W ! m ' i'i B PRESIDENT SEWELL BAN CUPID REAPS HIS ANNUAL HOLIDAY CROP OF AX.C. EX-STUDENTS NEAR A DOZEN MARRIAGES OF INTEREST HERE ARE REPORTED. SOME COME ASBIG SURPRISES Results of College Life In A C. C. Arc Many; Marriage Is An Important One. Dan Cupid' annual holiday inroads upon the ex-students of Abileno Christian College reaped him a bigger harvest thl year than usual and a number of marriages have been reported here. The marriage of Miss Essie Maye Duller of Putnam and Mr. Jesse Overton '23 of Thorp Springs came as a great surprise to their former schoolmates here. The cere- mony took place hero during the holidays and the couple have gone to live in Hunts- vllle Texus where Mr. Overton is a teach- er in the High School. Mrs. Overton has attended A. C C. for three years while her husband came -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 January 1924

fat Published Weoklv tjt tlio StUerU ol Abilene Clirlitian College. ulun It comes In life as n )mrl oi it. We arn vrxlous to record all Inc tents of pure Jiutr.cr that may "happen" hereabouts. A. C. C. FAMILIES AtlLEDCE. Record Crowd Present for Sunday Evo Sermon (Continued from Pago 1) THE T I. A. A; Tlio cntranco of Ablleno Christian Col fit this series one of the first families to of the crucifixion the themo of the Bible o told of to tlio readers of The Optimist Is dealt with as a matter of calm dcllb Br August lege Into the Texas Intercollegiate Athletic ?lA hfav0 Lccn1( hTfm"jr ?f h f Af; c ac1"; : Texas. Association mark a really great step in f 8 . b T5 f' of h' w' ' the right direction by tho college. It is a "mlly is tho Presjdwj the Board all agea widely tho book wcro men of separated different in Entered as Second Class Matter 1. 1912. at Post Office Abilene 7 mo Hum uirccuon uy mo coucgo. it is a .... -' - . . . " ' Office Administration Building Room 0 tep wllc;( jwg 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 January 1924

"mrfrfr- MmMMiBtfto 'm(L. ""wwpt 'mmmmmmmMtomitLl w -31 i SERVICE GIVEN BY SECRETARY OF FIRST DEBATE GOES THE NEGRO DISCUSSED COLLEGE TRUSTEES SHOWS ABILITY TO HARDING SOCIETY IN MISSION MEETING KNOW YOUR TRUSTEES! No. 2-W. H. FBtt J lly Lula Lawrence. wat born In Arkadelphla Arkansas Aug- ust 4 1079. When Henry was three years old his parents J. II. and E. Tompkins Free movcil to Upshur county Texas. Eight years later they moved to Falls c6unty I Vvhere they lived ten years before they I moved westward to Mitchell county. JTl l .-. f 11. .1.-11 ... ..Lll- iii(yi )ear in miiciien cuumjr nunc attending a singing school young Henry renewed acquaintance with a young lady Miss Eula Bonner whose parents lived In Fisher county. The acquaintance was first made several years before when Eula at tended church at Durango Falls county Texas where Henry attended school. In February of 1905 the second year after the move to Mitchell county Henry entered the West Texas Business College at Abilene...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 January 1924

' vy " r i. ti ! J 4 Mr.l 'ir SSE m January The Month of Opportunities at This Store Everything at Clearance Prices quAUTY-MVALue-senvce President Sowoll Resigns (Continued from page one) from a malady of the gal. bladder. He is a native ot ienncssee. Mrs. Jesse P. Sewell was also horn in Tennessee but received a part of her edu- cation in Texas. She and her husband became acquainted while attending the Nashville Dible School now known as David Lipscomb College at Nashville Tcnn. Sister Sewell was Miss Daisy Mc- Qulgg before her marriage. Doth fam- ilies came to Texas. Sister Sewell attend ed Carleton College at Dunham where her father Brother J. Y. McQuigg lived. Brother Sewell became a preacher of the gospel. His first preaching was surround- cd with unusual circumstances and results. His father W. A. Sewell was stricken HI and could not fill a regular engagement .. . .!it i . .! with a neighboring congregation and so sent his only son Jesse who filled the place. The members of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 January 1924

1 v . t ' ' . 'TlIROUGHiA.GREATER ' a. c. c: ' 77iiV EDUCATION "fy t ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 17 1924. Number 15 BEAT TARLETON! MBEaQDttPlBMu I - - ira JltlffM.MMWJi4X 9 I .EL- ;j " ihj ra 1 ' 351 V I t li Ij ' r: airs V3 "AMLENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IS AN OLD RIVAL OF TARLETON'S. FOURTEEN GAMES THIRTEEN OF THEM. THEY WILL FIGHT TO RAISE THEIR PERCENTAGE AND WITH AN ADDED FIERCENESS BECAUSE OF THE 7 TO 3 DEFEAT HANDED THEM IN FOOTBALL. THEY HAVE RECFNTLY BEEN ADMITTED TO THE T. I. A. A. AND IT REMAINS TO BE SEEN WHETHER OR NOT IT WILL GIVE THEM MORE SUCCESS." THE J-TAC JOHN TARLETON COLLEGE. THE JOHN TARLETON TEAM ARRIVED THURSDAY FOR WO GAMES WITH THE WILDCATS ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS. TARLETON IS DOPED TO WIN. SHE NOT ONLY iHA-351X OF THE EIGHT LETTER MEN WHO TIED GRUBBS FOR THE STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE CHAMPIONSHIP AND WHO SPLIT A TWO GAME SERIES WITH THE WILDCATS BACK THIS YEAR; BUT A LARGE NUMBER OF FAST NEW MEN ARE TRYING FOR PLACES ON THE TEAM. A. C. C. HA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 January 1924

mm tifpaMk possible. When one Is not cognizant of all sides of the averafle life and seeks to Ignore a part of tho things essential to the rounding out of life by takng a biased or Published Weekly by the StudenU ot Blu ur " '""" " . At.n A.i..i. rvn.. something of dire consequence hovers over COLLEGE JINGLES Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Oflice Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. ... $1.50 that person. Tho Optimist has viewed with alarm the growing disregard on the part of somo stu- dents for somo of the worthwhile things to ANOTHER VARIATION. Once upon a midnight dreary 'THE PRICE OF TIME" Timo before us flics In haste Moments pats lost in waste Km lin nt neiil y ft 11 Ail Via ilnrla . . t t t i l --L 1 "v anu vaiivu uv& utiwut be obtained ana enjoyea wnuo in sci. 0n a ofa made for onC( but hold(ng more. Heedless heart Idle minds here. The things which seem to receive a Tme for work rcfra...

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