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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 March 1924

r mil -Ci. 4f w. t in j TENNESSEE CLUB ENJOYS STUDENT SALESMEN PRE- twelve o'clock ono night. Wanda's room- mate did not annrcchle the visit so tlio MEET IN ZELLNER HALL PARE FOR SUMMER WORK " "ylo T!C5; m icr door and decided that Wanda had Letter not go visiting again. Wanda Treat's mother visiting her this week. and aunt arc Tho Tennessee Club met in Zellncr Hall Last Saturday night after social hour Tuesday evening in a very enjoyable meet- and Sunday night after church the differ- ing. All business of the club was attended cnt crews of tho Southwestern Hook Co. Jto and plans were made for the entertain- from A. C. C. met for the purposo of bet 'ment of tho D. L. C. debaters vho will ter learning tho art of book selling. Mr. debate here soon. Many of the members Evans crew manager of the company gave of tho Tcnnesseo Club aro ex-students of some very good advice to the boys c$n- iD. L. C. and aro personally acquainted ccrning tho meeting of obstacles in the with the debaters fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 March 1924

SPRING SUITS IN S1YLES FOR YOUNG MEN Wo want you to como in nnd sco tho Keenest Hvcst lot of New Spring Suits ever shown in this city. And they won't stay here long. It doesn't take a young chap any time to pick his preference from this splendid array of now models. New effects in extensive fabrics; New designs in stripes and checks; New shades of blues tans and grays $27.50 J32.50 $35.00 SOWING THE SEED AIOm'i Fntrtu 3WtrHUt. rawsfffWM7s8m?7re?S7 Roy E. Cogdili and Gustus A. Dunn Jr. went to Hamlin kit Sunday. They re port two good services. Dro. Cooper had two good services In Daird Sunday. Brother Brewer filled tho pulpit at WIch- Ita Falls last Sunday. Ho reports largo crowds and one addition. SEE US FOR FINE BOX STATIONERY PAPER BY THE POUND IRVING-PITT'S COMPLETE LINE LOOSE LEAF BOOKS John Wolfe preached Sunday at Santo. o Bring on your cash. Wo need a gym. SCHOOL SUPPLIES The Daisy Hall dog family are all spoken for save the mother. Won't some- body give this poor dogma a hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1924

T JUNIOR EDITION K - i '. . DEDICATED TO CHRIS' i v i .. rt2WNr I X fl yMii. l 1 I j j j i "HI T ISif-1 1 r V J 11 1 1 ill 1 1v I t -jm -W XBEipwiil 3MLL "--. i THROUGH A GREATER A C. C. TIAN EDUCATION - FV Vol. XI. ABIL-NE CHIUSTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 3 1924. Number 26 I"- Tjr V Juniors DANIEL BAKER TO BE HERE NEXTWEDNESDAY WILDCATS LOSE ONE AND WIN 0NE N CTICE GAMES. LOSS IS CHARGED JO ERRORS ' Pitching Staff Rounding Into Form But tho Hitters Are Still Weak. The Abilene Christian College Wildcat llascball team will make its debut Into T. 1. A. A. baseball when tho Daniel Baker Hill llilllrA rnmn Itnrn n.ft Wwtnjarltiv and Thursday for a series of games. No done of this npnunn In nl lmml will wtilrli to compare tho two teams and it promises to bo a real battle with the better team dmeririnff virtnrlniiM. Tlii mrli frnm Tlrnwn. frood will take Simmons College on for I ... . ... tjwo games Immediately before they meet tie Wildcats " "" rt n . .1 . . "ol m"" ollegiato games ot th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1924

i . t taK- -.Pl Ai V- QNtutQWututfli -wi---fr-r-ri-rcT- Published Weekly tiy Ile Students ol Abilene Christian College. Entered at Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Oflico Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and mat:? all Money Orders Payable to T.IIC OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Association. Press WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Staff: Atitirn Dnnowikv Associate Editor Braswcll Oliver -Assistant Editor Hum Mcnaw. Assmam ca.iur Henry T. Hogg. Asst. Business Mgr. AWin Brown. Circulation Manager ' n JUNIOR EDITION RAYMOND SYMCOX Editor I.. D. ...... A..1... 11. ..nw.lv Wnl. ter Adam Myrth McCurlcy Myrtle Har- rell J. P Gibson Lowell Wimhish Red Williams. Robt. McDoottlc. Merle Allen Jewell Young Albert Walls. OUR GYM. It was with our usual A. C. C. spirit and characteristic pep that we started the ccutjvo 0f the famous Scwell's Jersey farm c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1924

tf --- i iihii i urn urn no numiiiim ws r ?i TWIN SIX PICNICS Alabame Georgia and Tcnncse. Brother in I VP .ntwnmm "owa" Uohn Wolfe) seemed more in- ; Al LAAC ADlLfiNfi erc"cd n "n than hi pupils while Earl Hrown (Haymond Symcox) demon- Despite the act that tho weather would 8r'"Ct 1! eIcf ln frnnan theme wilt havo compared favorably with the pro- lng' BluJ wouId IrooaIjlr have held a very ycrhlal dead Eskimo the Twin Six Klan nlcre8in8 recitation had ho not had a No. 2 Realm of A. C. C fared forth on l?l0 ovcr n ZelIncr Ia11' Mr- Pul Wilt Its second annual excursion to Lako Abl- "orcno Hrown) camo along and ran the leno last Monday morning. From the first l'oy "o!l" afcr wllIc "sl'er Scweli" the expedition bade fair to ho a success f0 "' Brl a very motherly talk. Other or it was started only ono hour after "c'a'te" wcro held but spaco would not ichedulo time and might have been earlier pcrmlt mentioning them. than that but for tho absent-mindedness t.i "m- T of Jack Morris who forg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 April 1924

I. Is.' IJi. rc. t AliLtSi Faotrila smfnin rutt quAUTY-M VAwe-smvee r Faster Sale Specials Men's New Spring Suits Shirts and Neck- wear Underwear and Hosiery. Women's and Misses' Suits Coats Dresses and Blouses Millinery d Fga Boys' Spring Suits anaJBloTises. . r J l THrKK) lffl!) These andnjdte the storfrfflffi gqing ape.cjaJ Fnces tor Preas gJffft )i;);)H ?. .T fomn Town- StHJente-Gelelrate- f score In favor dftYie'lVti. After' "lome itfn'allrfy ydlls'liad been "given tllfe'Ulh'plrdLnd foY thd'tlidprtohUJjiHo jlcnto. cama to. an .en J.' .no eycrypnOffel Jo7f iowartl. flialcTty. . svltU very inuiOornp." WAi?'oM xTSteiuioi! airr Those cnlovlns tbo oiilins wcro.Marv Clyde Vaughn Elizabeth Kelly Alllia Leg MF.3ajhi.l Iooly .JUafflJa' Jackitfntta ledge Jack Morris. Ed Arledee Robert Wood Harry JftglJiJ $& Smith Charllo BflrAipd. E. L Crawford ayl Mrs. JspLeggp. and Bishop agjChaperpne. AVe''apWl& lldfcU' frJnf'itWIittU -wo--sell)- cxchangor-rcnt and repair .typc-TVTifcrr.- Phon...

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

wmi-il.ln-i--' Wu 1W? SENIOR EDITION ! DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION '' f' " THROUGH A GREATER ''' ' kJc.cr '::' : f I lit MMU(n . Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 10 1924 Number 27 31 jB i i v!"' TBihB awwii - laMaaf' mmw Ii ill1 111 p I rjrir I imimIi I L I-' V J3PO Morris and Adams Defeat Phillips Delegates off to Dallas for T. I. P. A. Convention i FOUR STUDENTS ARE REPRESENTING A. C. C. MANUSCRIPTS ENTERED IN ALL CONTESTS HELD BY THE ASSOCIATION. BEST PROGRAM IN HISTORY Dean Williams of School of Jour sialism of University of Mis- souri Speaks. Hound for tlio convention of tlio Texas Intercollegiate Prcs4 Association to bo held at Southern Methodist University at Dallas on April 10 and 11 the delegates from the local Press Club Wendell Bed!- chek Jakcy Brown Rupert B. Watson and. A. Peter Banowslcy left Abilene on tlio 12:20 train Thursday morning. Preceded by the material which was sent from here about two weeks ago to enter tho various contests of the as...

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

'VMk(WHNr- rv Jt --l-.ii.vVtf....-W giiWwitjaiVfcacgmjwm kkui -v! ot $$ijtM Published Weekly by tlie Students Abilene Christian College. Entered ot Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Port Office Abilene Texas. i i.. I I i - ... Office. Unfailstratlon Building Room 6 awtprifuoa rer tear. si.au A dinma!ll-t jwyespondence and make all Mosey Ofissrs Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of- Texas Inter-oolleglate Press Association. dent members of tho local congregation House" putting on eveh 'the "Green Shut- meet all tlio collcgo students and other ters." of the newer members of the church bc llovlng that such contact will mako for a After securing the permission of Mrs. better understanding and comradeship Witt about twenty girls were escorted among our brethcrn. That the meeting down "om of Lawrence Smith Es- was highly successful was proved by the nulre Mr. and Mrs. Witt acting as evident enjoyment that every participant chaperonca. in the affair showed and by many reque...

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

lP ;r BREWER HOME IS THROWN OPEN TO DRAMATIC CLUB REMARKABLE CAREER IsiMMONS IS BEATEN OF FOY WALLACE JR. IN DENTON DEBATE On laat Thursday evening after the pro- gram the dramatic club journeyed enmasso to tho homo of Cllas. R. Brewer for an informal social. Tho affair was strictly SECOND MEETING IN ABILENE PllOMISES TO BE GREAT SUCCESS. HELD HERE MONDAY BURTON -LINGO COMPANY Retail LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Abilene Texas Phono 181 An interesting event to tho lovers of tho forensic art was tho debate between By Calvin Dean. our neighbor Simmons College and tho Foy Wallace Jr.. ono of tho most actiro North Texas Stato Teachers Colleaa. which informal as explained by Jack Meyer in and able preachers of tho Gospel of Christ took place at the Simmons auditorium last the invitation. Tho hospitable homo of is spending tho week in Abilene conduct Monday night. Tho decision was two to "tho Brewers was thrown open to the joy. ipg a meeting for tho A. C. C. congrega- one in faror of tho ...

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

mm ..r-sinrrmamtrmim!Awi0itKimMnii-v.vmiwii nuimw pjiiuuum i ii-wwyt m&iix Ml&m& Smart Easter Suits for Young Men On Easter morn your clothes go on parade just one of the many occasions when the man well groomed is the man well received. Wltcn you step out in ono of these smart Spring Suits your friends will say: "Mighty good looking Buit where did you get it Bill?" They'll expect the answer for they know we're the first with tlio latest. That's what you want and you'll he sure of getting it by choos- ing your new suit here Our prices have been lowered for Easter selling $24.75 $29.75 $32.75 $39.75 K? AMni't wW Cfanwoeus quAurr-jK VAtue-SEnwce rawwwwwwtiwiwwBWwfl Delegates off to Dnllas for T.I. P. A. Convention (Continued from Page 1) the Dallas newspapers; Roy J. Deard of the Southwestern Engraving Company; Prof. Thompson of Texas University; Prof. Wales of Southern Methodist Uni- versity; and A. F. Herring formerly fi- nancial editor of the Dallas News. Among the stud...

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

dedicated' to chris- tMi education' THROUGH A. GREATER : . ' Ai Cl & 'r ' wJMNJ I Ir 0 kw IIIIIIII 1 1 ! tT'T -p JSrTTTfT' T farr i 333: Vol. XI. A ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 17 1924 Number 8 '? .? DELEGATES TO TIP A CONVENTION RETURN WITH SUCCESSFUL REPORT Tho Abilcno Christian College delcga- tlon to tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Convention at S. M. U. con- slsting of Wendell Dedlchck Rupert Wat- son Auhra Banowsky and J. C. Brown returned tho early part of tho week. The convention was not as successful to Abilene Christian College in regard to honors won as have been other conventions of the Association In tho past. Entries from this Institution In tho various lit- crhry contests won only two third places. Tiio Prickly Pear tied for third place with the annual from Texas Women's College. Tho short story "Human Courage" writ- ten by Raymond Symcox tied for third place with a short story from Baylor Col- lse. In the newspaper contest The Lasso of C. ...

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

bJmfiffiB ion that we neither have any serious fault cr in tome way of ilia civilization which or virtues. We juit are and know no legit- it our heritage. Someone has said we imate reason for being. Indeed stand upon the shoulder of the Honestly are we not floating drifting past Many of these who have gone bo- just hanging? fore are Unknown much of their work Is We are not climbing at any rate. forgotten by many; but so' unjustly for Spring is here we know each other bet many an honest unsung man or woman Entered as Second Class Matter August ter every day and wo have littlo time in has done far more for you or mo than which to live together so let go for' the some whose praises are "writ large in the Ill Published Weekly by tlie Student Abilene Christian College. ot Dress Oxfords For WomcnV Wear 1 1912 at Post OJIIce Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year- $L50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 April 1924

U. Z-r TWiWftiBl.3 'i-. 'V''-: V ' - it t'iv rF i' I ( tFf. f Pi - 5& iii?3fc "few CLUB NOTES 7.: it. u. ' Tlio Z. H. D. Club met Saturday night jApril 12 and were royally entertained by t "Misses Delno Donatio and Camilla Yar- " brough. As guests of the occasion Miss Christine Ward and Miss Arledgo were present Such vital and Interesting topics as "Styles of the Day" were discussed until tho third light flash reminded nil that it was lime to adjourn. The next meeting will be held in Room 34 the occupants of which are Misses Julia Oliver and Ireno Tidmore. Dramatic Club. There will be an excellent play given by tho Dramatic Club Thursday night at tho regular meeting. Thd play is under the able direction of Miss Otherlne Hel- vey who also plays a part. Other mem- bers of the cast are Tollne Ruseell Madge Lewis Ray Cogdill L. L. Blakncy Gias. II. Brewer and N. Forrester. Special scenery is required for tho production. POINTED PERSONALS Uy Prexy Anderson. Track has now become the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 April 1924

JL :.i. C1' Smart Easter Suits for Young Men On Easter morn your clothes go on parade just one of the many occasions when the man well groomed is the man well received. When you step out in one of theso smart Spring Suits your friends will say: "Mighty good looking suit where did you get it Bill?" They'll expect tlio answer for they know we're Uio first with tho latest. That's what you want and you'll he sure of getting it by choos- ing your new suit here. Our prices have been lowered for Easter selling $24.75. $29.75. $32.75. $39.75 AHIm'i fmrftt sutputntu mm qUAUTY-M VAWB-SEnVCG Two Straight Games go to Daniel Baker Billies (Continued from page one.) who essayed to perform the mound duties for the Paynemen was badly off form and the six hits which he gave up combined with four bases on balls and a brace of announced the following program of re errors on the part of the Wildcats' fielding form for the first week in April includ machine allowed the Presbyterians! to Jng April Fool's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1924

iM'ii w DEDICATED TO -CHRIS TIM EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER At wa C' 1 . - ... ....( t Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 24 1924 Number 29 SE WIN AND LOSE IN DEBATE AND BASEBALL WH-" I THURMAN WINS FOR WILDCATS FIRST DAY THREE PITCHERS FAIL TO STOP NORMAfclTES IN THE SECOND GAME. ERRORS FEATURE IN SECOND Two Runs in First Inning Start A Lead Which Was Contin- lially Increased. The Abi'eno Christian College Wildcat baseball team partially redeemed Itself for the double loss of last week to Daniel Baker College Wednesday afternoon by defeating the West Texas State Teachers' College Buffaloes in the first of a two gamo scries by the score of 6 to 1. Behind the nifty pitching of Clarence "Preacher" Thurman the Christians were able to pile up a 5 to 0 lead before the sixth inning when Canyon counted her run. It was in the seventh when Ely Thurman Freshman .econd sacker for the Jocals lifted one of Murl Goodwin' slants over the left field wall the first time that a ball ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1924

ly happily and profitablythat la what is etn radical view; it should mediate be- C and Mortimer Prldo Baylor College gathered in A. C. C. twccn these two. Men of older taste sit (tied). "There Is so much good in tho worst of awed before a company of young "mod- t Formal Essay First Carl Sandburg S. us and so much bad fir the best of Us that -em" musicians uncomfortable In droad M. U second A Poet of tho Slums Day It hardly behooves any of us to talk about of being called "Victorian." lor College and The Shavian Shaw C. I. the rest of us" says .dome old eage of the" Recent types of compositions are dls- A. (tied) ; third Tho Mother of Shakes- past tlnguishablo by their harmony. Harmony pearc Baylor U. And again we say Its truel was once the soft undulating swell upon Informal Essays First Fancied Names o which the melody floated. Now harmony Hay lor College; second Dust C. I. A.; BASEBALL the "coloring" for all music is studied third Dignity of Cows S. M. U . and striven for at the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1924

In Registrar Change DEBATE WITH T. C. U. CANCELLED MONDAY FORT WORTH SCHOOL UNABLE TO SEND A TEAM. SAYS Swearing Swear not at olli neither by heaven; for It Is God's thronoi nor by ttie earth; for it Is his footstool; neither by Jerusalem; for it is the city of the great king Neither shah thou swear by thy head because thou canst not make ono hair while or black. But let your communication ho yea yea; nay nay; for whatsoever is more than tiicso comcth of evil. St. Matthew. Hosca H Lewis left for your years the efficient Registrar of A. C. C who lias resigned his placo and will bo succeeded by L. G. Kcnnamcr right. Both men arc to attend the meeting of College Registrars at the Hotel Raleigh Waco Friday and Saturday. Prof. Kcnnamcr will bo Bursar and Registrar of the College next year. SOWING THE SEED Brother Brewer preichcd at Clyde Sun day. Brother Showaltcr filled his regular ap- pointment at Gorman Sunday Hoy Cogdill went to Silver Sunday one confession was made. POINTED PERSONAL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 April 1924

T. 4- r. TO RETURN TO A. C. C wmmmmmmmfflmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmm SEE US FOR FINE BOX STATIONERY PAPER BY THE POUND Play Ball THIS IS BASEBALL SEA SON EVERYTHING IN THE IRVING-PITT'S COMPLETE LINE LOOSE LEAF BOOKS BASEBALL LINE CAN BE HAD HERE! ap rJt..tOje- JV W&mt Mr jrzaBtJtu mfflsm r2?vf&'''&W& 'VcW u ' 4 -i.M:Jt:me i. . " 'ij'';::zs''"ti:'''t7t'T 3 IJmNw Hollywood I 1 PRACTICAL AND PRETTY FOR COLLEGE GIRLS 1 $5.00 R Wo arc showing a complete line of the new g Hollywood Sandals. In black patent leather white jc; kid and in red and green. c ! QUALITY- gVALUe -SEfiVC jt Miss Elizabeth Nelson who was principal of the local academy and matron at Zcllner Hall for four years who has been away o nlcavo of ab- sence in Baylor University this year will return here as Professor of Math- ematics next fall according to a statement made recently by President-elect Baxter. SCHOOL SUPPLIES PARKER DUOFOLD PENS LAST 25 YEARS ABILENE PRINTING CO STATIONERS 1069 North Second IN FKONT OF QU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 May 1924

DEDICATED TO CUIUS- TIAN EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER A. C. C Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THUKSDAY MAY 1 1924. Number 30 New Wildcat Mentor SCHOIMSHIPS ARE BASEBALL TEAM DROPS OFFERED BY PAPER TWO-CONTOIS ON TRIP kV . I WILDCAT TENNIS TEAM THIRD INTERSOCIETY DEFEATS SIMMONS MEN DEBATE TO BE IN MAY CALLAN AND SPARKS VICTORS. THE CLASH WILL BE ON PHILIP- IN WEDNESDAY AFTER- PINE INDEPENDENCE NOON MATCH. QUESTION. WIN THREE OF FOUR SETS The third Inter-soclcty debate will be' ' held May 17. The Hardings hare decided Victory of New Team Comes Very to affirm the question: Rewired that the Unexpectedly to The Philippine Island should be. glrcn their mStudcnts. independence. Cecil Hill and Ernest Witt will debate for tho Harding while Raymond Earl Sparks of Snyder and Chester Cab Symcox and Leslie Blakney will deny the Ian of Itotan defeated Holt and Sandcfer proposition for the Zellncrs. of Simmons College Wednesday afternoon This will bo an interesting debate for in a tcrinls match...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 May 1924

mmivimmmlimmmm n' Published Weekly by llio Students ot Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. tion we'll bo stamped under foot if We considered invaluable possessions by tlio lack-1'EP! So let's keep what we've got (which is more than sotno folks havo) and get some more. Let this large weather oozo into our bones and mako of us everything that spells enjoyment pep spirit and affability. Thank you I scholar. Clean wholesome thought from mind To mind doth flow likosome Clear brook in fertile fields; Refreshing and enriching As It goes. ' Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $150 Address nil correspondence and make nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. COX TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE What About 'Our Alma Mater? Do you know all of our college song your Alma Mater? If you don't you Remington dealers. Excellent bargains ghould tl0 Aima Matcr )s lhe m0!l !n in second hand machines of all makes....

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