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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1924

miAiiiiiMi'J.M(if(ff-rw!' ! r - -mtni'M juMff' - Jft. j. j 1 ; POSTSCRIPT (ho had gotten 'a letter ftom her mother stating that ahe wa'a coming to teo her (luring lecture week. "WEST TEXAS" Slime "How much is your board bill? Do they ask a lot for it? Fish day. " Aa ilia Nlln nnil tlm EunratMi Jean Lawrcnco got o "Dunn" Monday tjut tie allti t je8Cr)0 night. What havo you been buying Jean? That' ne'er touched by tho tide la more wonderful than any of these. conviction in the face of popular opposi- tion and while conquering their own fear. You havo heard of eomo wonderful vallcya 'y w courage befitting that rare class of men called herocs.- L.C. The Babbler D Wonder If Opal Nlchola can tell the "Yea they ask for it almost every difference between tooth paste and cold ''' n plateau table land that reaches cream? From Bed river on the north If you please ?1.. IIhI.1.1- t?.t ...-. - f ... TV flin .niltti ta1irf tf. wntnrm ttn Mtnalnrr I . .11 t .f ... t . iMioa iiuuuiu rusici bjiciii u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1924

J5WSS5MK. ; Tii-wiNaMts'J1iMK4nr: ?xrwi ZSCEZ "T'"'T'm tifatMMMMMMKv52ittUI BSjMMMMMS THE k BKNHHP LABEL The Manhattan label on Shirts is your guarantee of quality. It identifies tho genuine RIANHATTAN. It signifies superior quality finish and service. Tho new Manhattan Shirts are hero in the greatest assortment of Patterns and styles we've ever shown. PRICES RANGE $2.50 300 3.50 UP TO $7.00 4jT AUUm'l FtnHH Sz mtJ Skipping rUtt f JFfl ucoiwoeus qUAUTY-g VALUB -SEWCG Christian Cngors End T. I. A. A. Race Drawing Season With Two Wins Rapidly to A Close (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) a knock-down-and-drag-out but an honest to goodness headlong effort to win against odds. In the second period the Christian cagers scored 16 points to 4 for their oppononts. W. Adams coming into the game for C. Drown guarded like a demon and Chili Adams and George Drown at guards did great work not only on tho defense but accounted for a total of 12 of the team's points. Nunnally forward ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1924

itsem-MRM .miuini imuvwm i7 J DEDICATED TO CHRIS THROUGH A GREATER Al C. C. TJAN EDUCATION DfoirXI. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 28 1024. Number 21 iiiif uemifmi i EVENTH LECTURE WEEK PROVING SUCCESS STUDENTS OF A. C. C. HAIL FROM ONE HUNDRED VIII Wflir linitltf ntvwotiMntiM ..... rlt 1 1 M.VAN IHtNUKNl UTlfiS AND TOWNS SCAHERED OVER NINE STATES AND MEXICO The students of Abilene Christian Col- TFNNPQQpp PI IIR iwm MlM frvtm 1CT .ttff..H.... l.f-.. . . ' ' TITil I VUW i.bw whiu .um JI UIUCICIII UlUCS IUWI1S village and hamleu icattcred orer nine Mate one foreign country and the District r9 "-nMa A would be expected Texa If the it. Would And If a Then woul dumber of represent- ids all other towns in snt with a total of 78 and academy. TENDERS BANQUET LARGE NUMBER OF THOSE FROM THAT STATE FEAST. If a person Would a peiiK. If drlnklr Would thil. .- .""V Tflrt fttllrltMlta anrl fnfiilttr mmhn nt Oklahoma lead with Anllenn Christian whn -lit. ...II T.n. mko with 8 follows ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1924

v Published Weekly by Hie Students ul Abilene Christian College. the Southwestern Pirates Lack In '72 when four dilTcrent colleges were consolidated to form the school at Georgetown? If a weak sister during her first'yeat Jn-r the T. I. A. A. can finish llio T. I. A. A. basketball race at .COO with a "strong" sister like S. U. finishing with a total num. POSTSCRIPT hut she man-led an Englishman In prance." i "Boss .''Where wcro you born?" " l)oy--"l was born on a Belgian ship flying the Italian Hag while she was an cbored In Honolulu harbor. My phrcnU entered ns Second Class Matter August brr of games won amounting to only one 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. sixth more after dear old sister has fig- zrrrz n urcd as a member of the conference sluco Olflce Administration Building Room 6 ... BWM nll . Mm subscription Per Year $1.50 WMo n wa(1jjng clotilcs lcre tcvm 0 crcW((kl world's greatest pianist ddress all correspondence and make all Iio a little lack of comparison between th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1924

fMi'iyiiJwwft'iwaiBiiutfiwftlwiti IHALL EMERGENCY r p)ffffijsjyjPy CLUB NOTES I 1 i i " ' iii 1. 1 1 M .in- . G. f. T. A J Entertain. Wildcats. The members of tho basketball team were guest of honor at a buffet supper given by the G. A. T. A. Club Friday evening February 22 1921. A patriotic atmoiphere predominated throughout tho reception .lute as a re- sult of the holiday decorations. The cen- tral urnament of the dining table consist- ed of an arrangement of American Flags around which eight miniature Colonial maidens were placed. The delightful menu carried out the red white and blue color with cherry ico as the final course. Music was enjoyed during tho supper hour and the Virginia Reel concluded the evening's entertainment. I am not afraid of Anything in any world that really loves me. E. V. Wood. Tho greatest character in tho world is the ono with greatest conception of bis debt to bis fellow man. N. B. Hardeman. Born September 1919. Oil when shall wo bury him? The soul with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 February 1924

ESSfl Jbtlfr9Mv wiwimwi ftMBtwtnwi hh Springing Our Spring Hats Nota surprise for most of our men patrons expect us to come out first with the latest. New color tones new shapes everything new but the quality. We couldn't improve that Stetson Hats Young's Hats. Prices begin at $5.00 and range up to $10.00. QUALITY- SOLILOQUIES OP' A As I sit at the desk in tho old Press Room and gaze eastward tlirough the open window through which comes the tingling air of a temperate February night and see the full moon in all its mellow-yellowness as he rises for a night of painting tho sh'dows on old mother earth just as it has risen above tho top of Daisy Hall and as the low flying Culf clouds flit like small bits of thinly carded cotton across his face there comes a feeling that is at onco sad and rapturous. Looking into the face of the moon there passes before me in graphic manner the faces of hundreds of those who have lived and laughed and cried and studied on tho ' bit of unpretentious grou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 March 1924

MMMNMMi DEDICATED 1T6CHRIS flAN EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER At Lt$ G sin Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 6 1924. Number 22 MB hmi VEninittmi - i i n . I. WILDCAT BASEBALL MEN REPORTFOR PRACTICE SOME OF EIGHT LETTER MEN MAY BE PUSHED FOR PLACES; STRONG SCHEDULE WILLTEST STRENGTH PAYNE'S WARDS. The 1924 Wildcat baseball team made ment will give a short program in the con- Its initial appearance in Wildcat Park cert hall Saturday evening at eight o'clock. March 1. That is the thirty some odd men Tho program follows. from whom the team will be selected ans- I Tho Merry Go Round . . Bllbro wcred the first call for practice on that Tcmpie Leo Speck day. The first few days practlco Indicates II. Tho Picnic -Bilbro that tho Wildcats will be short on hitters Miriam Phillips this year. The big sticks of Irvine Wolf III. Maid of the West Clay Smith and V Smith will be badly missed Jn the N. S. Packer Wildcat den this year. Of last years outfield captain "Lefty" Forrester Is t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 March 1924

wiMmti Published Weekly by llio Student ut Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. Mice Administration Duilding lioom 6 Subscription Per Year.....- $1.50 ddress all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oollegiale Association. Press e( A Drick and a Bouquet Slio: I wonder If you remember me. During Lecture Week two things were- Years ago jou asked me to marry you. noticeable. Ono was good the other net Absent Minded Prof.: Ah yes and did so good. The attendance of students tho you? not by any means perfect was good. They - attended the lectures and other services Coop! What is the illlTcrciico between well and that is to be commended. a young gtrl of sixteen and an old maid But tho bad part about tho proposition1 of sixty? Is tho fact that a good per cent of tho Jack Morris: One Is careless and hap- students who did attend were always corn- py tho other is ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 March 1924

PINE STREET ABILENE TEXAS ' t 'X - t V -r t ? & ?J$i tOT . - l. feP IT"' m r 4f V A WORD TO THE STUDENT By J. W. flow i.pon row itd each great volume speak Page after piige and who is he that seeks The golden treasure of a richly store? Tho eager eyes In glowing rapture pour; The sight o'er-leaps itself and still The hungry soul keeps loudly cryingi more. 'Die Odcssey's deep thunders surgo and roll .To stir the spirit and engulf the soul; But storms still rage about the Grecian t Isles The Sun still shines to deck them with her smiles. Arisol Go forth to see and know; Thy sloth the treasury of the Greek de- files. -Tho Sage of hlst'ry draws the gilded veil Claudo Rollin's mother from Tipton Which shrouds the view of Egypt's mystic Oklahoma visited him Saturday and Sun- - tale. day. Proud monarch! helped supply the golden page And monasteries crumbling now with age; That land has kings and monasteries still; Got Supplement the story of tho Sage- A voice from England tells of Chri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 March 1924

KMIWWWWmWWVWWWWl1tl)WIJI4WIUwlHi mil -V1LJ V. i .W Special Values in Men's New Spring Suits Men and young men who arc particular about style exacting as to pattern and demand good value will be given a pleasant treat when they review our Spring showing of New Suits at $2750 $32.50 $35.00 The savings offered aro only one feature of this selling. It's what you get for your money that makes these values so important. POINTED PERSONALS By Prexy Anderson m QUAUTY-i VALUF 'SEWCG Stories of renewed activities in the vi- cinity of Wildcat Park led me to direct my steps toward that rcnde?ous of horsehtde artists Monday morning. On entering the gate m'y auditor) nerves vcro Impressed by the seeming at- teempt of everyone to bo heard above the rest the most common impression liow- ever being "I oughtta had that one kid; I'll get tho ncjxt ono." Then I glanced over in one corner where batting practice was going on. The mound was occupied by Walter Johnson alias Slim Mcdlln who was performing an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 March 1924

9 ACADEMY EDITION . V-l'M wm m DEDICATED TO CHRIS-. fUN EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER .( ' ? t 'V A. C. C. ' & 4 . 1 Vol. XI. ' ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 13 1924 Number 23- -:r Dean H. E. Speck SEASON FINAL STANDING CONDUCT DISCUSSED IN PUTS A. C. C. IN FOURTH PULPIT HERE SUNDAY SUDDEN SLUMP OF SOUTH- WESTERN CAUSES A CLIMB OF A NOTCH. SIMMONS WOULD BE CHAMP IF In hi Mrraon Sunday morning which Growing out of public sentiment In the ' v-as enjoyed by a good crowd Brother vicinity of Taylor Hall was tho trial of Although Canyon Had Best Team F. B. Shepherd spoke on "Conduct" Dr. Fuzzy Howard M. D. I. C. U. white Old Rules Would Havo Special emphasis was stressed on the who was indicted by tho Court of Royal Given to Cowboys. fourteenth twenty-second and twenty-third Order of Horso Marines of Taylor Hall verses of tho fourteenth chapter of Rom- Brigade on the charge of propagating a A curious closo was placed on tho 1924 angj ns follows; "I know and am pcrsuad- false ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 March 1924

h i i ' I l tjaawp n if. -O r- -Hfririi ij j ! ) .nt I 3jt3fjifi Published Weekly by llie Student ot Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all coiTespondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-tolleglato Association. Press WENDELL H. BEDICHEK M Editor-in-Chief ' RUPERT B. WATSON M uusiness manager StAtt: Aubra Banowsky Braswell Oliver- ..Associate Editor .-.-Assistant Editor Ruth McNat .Assistant Editor Lsi. Business Manager Gordon Kenley. ACADEMY EDITION ALENE SIIOWALTER - - Class Editor THE REASON. The audience enjoys hearing songs rcn dcred by a well-trained vocal quartet. To watch the skilled pianist render the prod- Under those circumstances the. two sorts ucta of his art is well worth our time of people above mentioned fix their atten- When we wish to relax all tense energies tlon. Tiioso ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 March 1924

iMUaMmfflgraMBI TAKE THE COLLEGE TO YOUR HOME BY MEANS OF ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL . H5 Sans Souci Glee Which Sings Here March 20 fRHMflp .HBSmlr jBtwSBBBNBr .flV 'iwrBEflmAMV ttnUHL sBttss3l&i "mmtr mL f" .BBBKKkwiKr 1 IBBBBBBBBV'BBBBBBBBBBBBBVWrBBBBBslBBBBBBBBBiP7 yBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBlBBB sBBBBBBBBBtariSBBBBarsBBBBBBBByry-BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW tirlflBBRBBBHflBrBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl ws T rv. ft r j'j! tf 1 iWi .. it ' I . f . I . 1 1 "' ft. : i l . t 1 ' n ' 1 ; Ti Py tfJTj1 )fr w CflK mx O K jr i 'i PEUSONNEL OF THE CLUD Top Row: Earl Leeson Lowell Littleton Lance Sears Marshall Harvey Theiss Jonrs W. 0. Shackelford Jr. Wiley Cafley Cray Drownc. Dot torn Row: Nat Williams Fred C. Halle Albert Fox Joo Jackson Durl Kong Robert -Urban John Diz Edgar Cannon. Rudolph CafTey Gerald Jordan N. S. Packer Ralph Allen not in picture. Courses offered in Bible Biology College Geography Educa- tion English Child Study History Lutin Mathematics Political Economy Psychology...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 March 1924

HWSHkraBI we iwWMWHHPIW PRESENTING THE NEW SPRING MANHATTAN SHIRTS To sco them is a revelation. So many smart designs so many new fabrics. Shirts that are thought out with a fino regard for the exactions of good taste. A splendid variety of Madras Oxford English Broadcloth and Silk Stripe Madras. All colors ore guaranteed fast Neckband and collar-attached Shirts for town or sports wear. $2.50 UP TO $7.50 jS AUUni't Fivtrlf . JS quALiTY-M VAwe-sEnwez ffisaa man rescued me. Ho brought me to the edge and vdien I regained my senses I recognized the pleasant faco of Cecil Philips. Dut oh too had for lie then in. troduced mo to hi new bride Muta Yea. gcr. Lato one afternoon about two month later "Boog" and I were taking a walk. We pawed a close heat little cottage and a toy beautiful little girl was in the yard screaming for fear of an approaching dog. "Boog" picked her up and carried her to her mother as wo looked into tho lada foco wo realized that wo had found Uio last two members of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 March 1924

a-jzmcsxtt&xi . 'US.'3S-Ac.rAtsE-t-v. :jw.s4jw.'. ' I FRESHMAN EDWIQNm fr. .vv;- v?; agxyal . - ' u . nil hi' fimfcVv - f w m m .1 t ? DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION i;k. THROUGH A GREATER kfcv(hw jM' Qk-' i.i. . -y i - m ; fh'HKi IP- . ' .. '.'- ;.'1y ' i W ABlLENEi'CHnisTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAKCH 20 1924 si' C M-fi.-r 'irns : ;" - ' ' Number 24 Vol. XI. "W" i. j.) . i . ' f . . .' ;'' .i.A w . V'yJ-' -. 1 iwk IrWP' ILBL Jr 1 1 1 I Ml I I mwtm i ! v iH r P nUr II II I I 7l ' ..' m . ! .1 I. I I.I. .Hi. I llll I !! I I I 1 Wl .... II B if m . ft K -V n I I- ff ORIS SELF GOVERNMENT ELECTS fiRSFSLSSSSSa DRAMATIC aUB'S TERM PUY NEW OfflCERS FOR NEXT YEAR ' U ANNA BLACK OF 0Z0NA TO "WHAT DO YOU THINK?" M HEAVsTrioANDMIH WiitS SUNDAY SUBJECT TO TOUR PLANS CITIES BY BAD WEATHER OF WEEK FOUK MEMBEItS AND ACCOM- VAUGHN SfILL OUT WITH BUM 1'AfllST TO VISIT; LUBBOCK KNEE; HURDLE AND JAVELIN "PLAINVJEW 'LOCKNEr AND MEN BEING UNCOVERED; DIS- RALLS DURING 'WEEK. TANCE M(EN WORKING OUT. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 March 1924

ik. mt " ''W4X?' .''. mi rifiKisse s Published Weekly by Ote Students ul Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912at Post Office Abilene Texas. . I.MI ' I - o . 1 . n IIEii many Instance Subscription Per Year...M-......$150 ' . Maty Alice talking fait? Hlta Adrian with edrbobs? Robert Showaller studying? that you are the only person lit the world f 4W-YAR lMlftllstf-2 tcmetnher there han been people that have vm . vw Minuuwt differed every alnce the world camo Into cxltlance Cain and Abel differed leng years hgo when there wrrc only a few MAntttk v. til Wnrlrt Wliv dlmtllft WA nnt differ lody when theie-U tnipTni-ofpeo-uU Yager-wilhoiuHpt?. p.'e In the world. 'M v ' "iver Opeland not (filing? We Often ay see thing alike C y4e yrugliiliti4UrigsKcrfflo'rth ddress all correspondence and'make alPjt uket all kinds of people to make a Money Order Payable to THE world and It takes the thought and OPTIMIST. Abilene'. Texas opinions of the people to make many of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 March 1924

; '"T'-jr.l'WjSWr j JR' i . .W'Tftti ftjf'tlii' V ' "'1'Jf MS"'" i jdiffi .. ilSsw - -' "''1 ' fa?;.'k.. ' i - :7-.i H 1 N (K H4M-M ' l hws itt a it 'H jWwswwr-sBrotwsw"..' Vi ' i 'f;v-;f.i ' SPRING' REVERIE. wmiS5"55C tv ftyt h$& u raA OhkaweeUl the sound of ihe bull im'.itiw y Upon tho slippery lf SwretStthjfar thathj1J)ijfcior' voice A lie taIkIoh! classes so blank Oh I coul 1$ the old swlmhilng holt; That we all do love so well; Cooler by far than the school-room' !1Wihou!ii li called a cell. Ohl sweet Is the smell of the powder I Oli! sweet Ts tife mncH' ij'flowcrs Upori nij-UeacheVs desk) Uutfwectejlhfar to We Ate. the .brambles tiiaiV catch In W wy .yet. i hi Upon the schoolgirls dalr .cheek J m sure J m notJi Uu wssafi'SsBJ5in . .4 I''hwi Are llowersi on the? bank sol thd fit good ncn flowers creek. Ohl "dear to me arpachobhehumft That I hhVu known o longi k3bV dearer tfirtn ah'vof theM' bums IL ....... '-1 .. . ... 1 ftM I the bluebird Will hK'Sbng. ) jtij H ')'.' .1 Pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 March 1924

ifs''"'9 'n"1" vv sae aesasi .i3L 4fc V .st hSRiaBwBKW'SaiVwEM 1NG SUITS IN SI 40R YOUNG MEN )n. . Vb vaiit you to cotne in nmf see ilio keenest livest lot of New SprjiiR Suits ever shownjwj N". city. young-chnp any time to pick his preference from this splendid array of netv models. ' VMfAwe cffetts - extensive fabrics; 1 ' ' ''' ' . 'New desiens in striDci and checks: New shadesofiMuesitaM and grays. ; HH $27.50 $32:50 $35.00 W.4&. $mmmmMmif?mmw!fiii COLLEGE TO $E ON FIRMER-BASIS IN TI:FUTURE Mam Wy JtottrW flatter Abilene Christian College Will be on a ( firmer basis. neat year thin ever" 'before Tho Board pf fr'usfcrVfor thV first" time Iti the history o( tho Mjhool has assumed iho 'InanJlaiUobligatlSnP for tho nialn; tcimnce of the school llefelofore this hat retted solely (in Brother Sewcjl. It means a great deal to have thlrlyiflre oftho"besttv business- meil hi' the Church" bthlrTU 'iheJ . ' Institution. The Board II to bo commended for putting the school work on this bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 March 1924

SOPHOMORE EDITION j& 3'i's s i- cOTi. . ' . ' "5" 'I ' r - .ri A. Jl DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION ft f THROUGH A GREATER r - 4. C. C. tfv . 1 $N ' Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 27 1924 Number 25 V " i V tIA WILLIAMS IS ELECTED NEW TRACK CAPTAIN WILL SUCCEED VAUGHN WHO WILL NOT RE IN SCHOOL. MEN CONTINUE TO WORKOUT Squad Will Likely Be Sent To Track Meet at West Texns State Normal at Canyon. In spite of the fact that Big Bob Vaughn who was captain of the track team has resigned track workouts are being held daily and the track men are showing good stuff. Red Williams a veteran warhorse was elected unanimously to fiill Bob's placo. Red is n natural leader a hard worker and a consistent thinker. All the boys have pledged him their strongest sup nnrt. In hurling the dlscuiw Allen Johnson Ross Dawklns Frank Coalson and Sowell Harwell are trying out; Carr Coalson Crabtree Mabry and Harwell are putting the shot in tho hurdling event Banowsky Packer Dawklns Dav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 March 1924

T ft 1 litjfyjfimtft Ing your life and compass ucss instead of by chart You drift and float instead THE LOOM OF LIFE oi of being captains and pilots. Get a vision All day all night I can hesr far of tlio ultimate ideal and you can soon Off the Loom of Llfoj and near and far revolution your life and possibilities. It thrills with its deep and muffled sound Set your goal build air castles dream As the tireless wheels go always round dreams but bo careful do not sit idly by Entered as Second Class Matter August with these things they will be your ruin if Busily ceaselessly goes the loom 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. you do. On the other hand let these In tho light of day and the midnight gloom. things be accompanied with eal and ac- The wheels are turning early and late Published Weekly by tlie Student Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. -$1.50 crown of success. Set no mark build Address all correspondence and make all no air c...

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