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

zz'iri!Mxuw&h39&&&n&&msiai A- 'f. V -v I'. 1 4 f iV ft - r i i t i . tl v&J' Query Column President Dramatic Club Fall Terms "The tho May faculty should get closer to tho itudent And the heart of youth Is blithe Pnd gay body but not 10 cltjso as to dtstrny its The earth Is full with the joy of spring Initiative. One reason why this should bo Oh the earth Is bright with May done Is to Improve the religious life of the t i n . . mi . .1 co"cge." Now here now there they ran in pure - (Tho Optimist will conduct this delight . column each week for tho purpose Erncst WnlIs mernkr Coege Q(Wr. Puctn 'e flowc with genii ckftj of obtaining a rue reflection of the tctlC( Junlor! ..There flro Ju a tm glu. T ccmcd 1Le d d he opinion of students on questions of dcm Ule choo u cpendnK on. in oveiy gB vital interest to them. A question youn(? mcns. mecng lherary tocleticlt overflowed the heart with fond ecstatic Will be naked each week. Suggestions ond olher aelWe hew ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 May 1924

5 asat. ::..: hi irtKiiiH.iwwaiiiiwii ii-niwrnwiiiiniririiiitirw'inwnwrfmviWinifiriMiii Bi'-iinriiiiiiiiiii ihiiiii iiiiiii' iiivrri'iir'iri'Tii iiimnrrTnur-tiranmriit-nl Wmrr run nui ' :" i ' . "ir -i r in "ivrvi" "r '-r i "r SSW7E Si V i. r . a I fvj XBk X&v 1 Hollywood Sandals PRACTICAL AND PRETTY FOR COLLEGE GIRLS $5.00 Wo nro showing n complete line of the new Hollywood Sandals. In black patent leather white kid and in red and green. OUAUTY-JvALUe -SERVCG Sophs Tnko Outing SENIOR WEEK DATCS BEEN SET BY CLASS FULL AND ORIGINAL PROGRAM PLANNED BY THE DIG- NITARIES. By vols of llio Senior class taken at a meeting held two weeks ago the week of May 18 to 24 was designated as Senior Week for this year. Ono of the most complete programs ever to ho presented by a Senior class during ono of these weeks has been ar- ranged by the general committee on Senior Week headed by Marian Daskcrvllle. Opening on Sunday with both Sunday church services In charge of the class and with tit i lea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 May 1924

uimwMWMimmwm ' 41- DEDICATED TO CHRIS- T1A8 EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER A C Ct M c'y Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 0 1924. Number 31 . 1 1 1 fit II FHtlttMfl 1 ' ' wmr-mmwr irriiiiiiiiwi i I IF ' " .Lin.. ...I .. ... i . . - .i ..i... .. . ... tphd & f"1l CENTRAL TEXANS FORM BOOSTER CLUB HERE WAXAHACHIE TO BE SCENE OF ANNUAL RE-UNION DURING VACATION AT WHICH SEVERAL HUNDRED ARE EXPECTED At a mecl t ijt: rsrt 5! Ilia A. C. C. Texas was organized and Waxahachle chosen as the place for the annual reunion of students ex-students alumni friends and prospective students of Abilene Chris- tian College for this year. Don Morris of DeSoto was selected as President and Alberta Allen of Waxa- hachle as Secretary. Lawrence Smith of Cleburne was the selection for vice-president and Rebecca McKay Ferris Wen- dell Dedichek Abilene and Walter Adams Qilckasha Okla executive committeemen Adams and Dedichek will be in central Texas during the coming summer selling Bibles. The obj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 May 1924

fprimitrwvmtfmv mticta-ttjnir"j' : f fw'.tipi.i'iim. ' KTvvm1- wwwrjjPijjwwn- i: Publtsiicd Weekly by the Student ot Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Clots Matter August 1 1912 nt Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Subscription Per Year. . Address all correspondence and Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST. Abilene Texas ing'full support from every student and schools which do live lor that purpose do faculty member for themselves and then not co-operate tad will be the outcome persist In ridiculing those who participate The very fact that some schools have not in other activities saying that they are not shown a willingness to cooperato and have strong men. on tho other hand manifested a spirit of When we all learn to cooperate and resentment at growth of others may ac- support the other fellow in everything count for the fact that some of the oldest good and hear and heed the lesson that schools those at least three times as old it takes as much ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 May 1924

i jtaj.'a 5.ftJJ8& " SUB T-16 PERSONNEL AND PURPOSES 8 i PUBLISHED FOR FIRST TIME IN YEAR ' 1 AS EIGHT MEMBERS FINISH LAST SAIL -1 Sltcntly through the water the Sub T-16 has navigated at regular Intervals through This school year. At times she has como almost In full view only her periscope lmwlnir nlinvn llin mirfnrr. of ililnp. lint always she Is deeper than the surface. The- Sub T-16. the aood sea eolnc. submarine vessel with thirteen decks and a Straw hot torn and 16 rollicking men aboard Is about to sail Into tlio Naval baso for another chango In the personnel of her crew. Heretofore no word has been mentioned in print of any of the activities of the organization. This Is the first time that such has happened although many know of the existence of tlio organization of men students known as the Sub T-16 (those who know including the faculty). Numbered on the Sub T-16's roster arc somo of the leading members of the student Among the many debates and arguments body. Ono of it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 May 1924

iMttifi X . S-V IW!f!&!IS2SIiMMSSSra9Si Shirts of White English Broadcloth These arc the popular and fashionable Shirts for men this Summer. Made of high grade English Broadcloth they arc cool comfortable and serviceable. Collar attached and neckband styles. Priced $3.00 $3.50 $4.50 and $5.00 jrf!. AM't rmrtH S SZ Ucaiwoeiid QUAUTY-M VAiue-sEnvee a RT WAWWSffiFiffiftffififfi Conference Meet to Open Here on Friday (Continued from page one.) held at Southwestern was timed at 9 4-5 seconds for the century dash in a dual meet between his school and the John Torleton Junior Aggies of StcphcnviUe recently. This ties the conference record held jointly by Mitchell of the Texas Ag- gies who hung up his mark in 1916 and Lindsay of Mice Institute who made this time in 1921. Chaney bids fair to come dangerously close to this mark in the of- ficial conference meet this week. Although all members have not entered preliminary meets it is conceded that the southern divisions .colleges with Aust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1924

lilMIWMWWWiqCTWWWBWMWlBWi r;' mWMMMWapi tNVVMMrTMrl ; i'' w 'DEDICATED TO CHRIS THROUGll A GREATER TlAN EDUCATION At Ltt G . ii wJ Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 15 1924. Numbw 32 I JJ ! ' M. w J Mr f -u W W .1? VM 5 "t "" r ! r fe i r- gr Pi' ;?' si i. -j c i r r J 1 f Entire Faculty For 1924-25 Announced by President-Elect BUT FEW CHANGES FROM THAT PRICKLY PEAR CUTS OF THIS YEAR NOTED IN imvamn rroc strong line-up. SAFE IN BIG FIRE The faculty constitute with the student body tho heart and soul of any! Institu tion of learning. It Is at this vital point that Abilene Christian College Is reach- ing her highest degree of excellence. The management o u.o coucin wumu n m; true to the ideals for which the outgoing administration has labored if it wero other wise. The faculty for next year will be uw .ro..B. ... u.c umu.jr u u.D ....u- n. Mn.t f il. ll tn..t.r. will I.a nt-nln in their place for next year. Some" of them have seen .everal year office in At.ll.n- rirt.lnn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1924

nxtwmM'mnmiwmmHWimMMmMimm I .' WnWLWWWUWIWWUIItIWBWIIUlWIWIiWliWWi I1 .1 J M 1 Published 'Weekly Vy tlie Student ot Abilene Christian College. Entered at Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Pott Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year............$1.50 Address all correspondence and make Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. all Member of Texas Inter-tolleglato Association. Press WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Staff: Aubra Banowsky- Assodate Editor Braswell Oliver Assistant Editor Don Morris....... Henry T. Hogg.. Alvin Brown. Assistant Editor Mt. Business Mgr. Lcirculatlon Manager POINTED PERSONALS By PREXY ANDERSON When tho fellows start to discuss the r.t.ii ..(. t. t fii nml wlin you are roused out of a peaceful slumber by a bucket of water and when the con- venation between you and other natives of your town turns to home and mother and when the social hour fiend become nervous wreck...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1924

II II illJWim III M M'iH UllMI .mtitiiHJiUmitf:. ih. h !' I-. w t& 'j.r. ' ii Wr: if SB' . ; Uv V GENERAL CONFUSION REIGNS AT EVENING MEAL DURING STORM Monday night tho boarding students of the Institution wero forced to cat their evening meat In almost utter darkness. An electrical storm which had arisen . burned out the lights and until they were fixed those poor people who havo been forced to cat beans and potatoes for the past eight months cither ate in total Ignor. '-) once thereof or coascd operations Whether this was a blessing hag not yet been ascer- tained. Chubby Smith says it takes away half the joy of eating to have to cat in the dark for you nro robbed of all the joy of anticipation. Moco says it makes no dlffcrenco to him for eating is all in the movement of tho jaws. A few of the fairer sex did not llfco it in the least and even a few refused to cat under the circumstances. One young lady was robbed of all tho pleasure of a visit to the dining room for she could n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 May 1924

r n v L ffl. I t ft: J0$ These arc the popular and fashionable Shirts for men this Summer. Made of high grade English Broadcloth they are cool comfortable and serviceable. Collar attached and neckband styles. ' Priced $3.00 $3.50 $4.50 and $5.00 AHLi't fmrlli - -...:- UIII"". QUAUTY-M Building Committee Reports Dormitory Be Started in Week (Continued from page one.) just north of the site for tho proposed Gymnasium building the foundation of which is constructed. Local and out-of-town friends of the college are making the building possible it is stated but no drive for funds has been or will be put on Jn Abilene. The building committee consisting of J. S. Arledge President of the Board; T. A. Russell C. D. Leggett and J. C. Reese of Abilene and G. W. Dirchfield of Fort Worth has awarded the contract for the building to N. W. Hollis local contractor. Entire Faculty for 1024-25 Announced m by President-Elect (Continued from page one.) the work of tho Academy. W. Claude Sites B. A Prin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 May 1924

msm 4i -k DEDICATED TO CfttfQ TIAN. EDUCATION THROUGH AGREATER A C. C. . Vol. XI. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 22 1924. Number 33 r..:i'U-' M3lJ3m M 1 Mf Wll J. J 1 1 2 1 1SM : - . tiMiP VOTiiimnM - : niiiii ---- -: yfayfe- . i 1 -A I 4 41 -4 'I 5d THREE MAJOR SPORT TEAMS ELECT CAPTAINS BROWN AND CARR WILL LEAD THE BASKETBALL AND TRACK MEN. PORTER IS BASEBALL LEADER Strong Men to Lead What Should Bo tlio Best Teams of History. With the past week tho three teams of the major sports which are played in tho winter and spring elected their captains for next year. George Brown was elected basketball captain Marvin Carr will lead the cinder path artists and Harry Porter will lead the 1925 basketball nine. Gcorgo Drown first mado a place on the basketball squad in his freshman year when ho did not know when he was beat and just stayed with tho old game until Coach Payno decided he needed him in a purple and white Wildcat suit. George has played fop two years as a regular on the W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 May 1924

vMMinuMMMUIMMKWNtJ.1.1 wV iwm i liirdmtimm ioilP.m. FISHING THELANDOFMESQUITES It Would Indeed be regretted that any thing would happen this late in tho career The tide rolls seaward and jho fishes swim It was a barren wasted land; life J'jf "" of Bedlchek to marr his long record as n Out of the creek which Joins the river; ' ' 11 .ltta. I?. ll.t. .juAnM !.& mtntt Tl. !.. ..-1.- .!. t.Ma I. it .....-.. UUHCgU CUJIU1. Ut 1IUD 1UUBUU 111(7 Biu 1 MU 41VCI BCCKS UIO UUJ j MUl piCVCf is taking full responsibility for this Issue Is seen tho boy Upon the willow limb of the Optimist while Editor Bedlchek and With rod and rusty reel old friends to Business Manager Watson celebrate with liim ' ' Entered as Second Class Matter August ol)ler genor h() arrIvaj of t)l0 commence. when tides are out of creek and river. 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. . .t.v. Published Weekly by flie Students Ablleno Christian College. oi Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Add...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 May 1924

NffBaff Ski4 soy AwsjibL.. M.'V. . --' j ?$$?? re 4t V .Wl'l IFINE ARTS DEPARTMENT COACHES VISIT TO MAKE MERLE ALLEN READS WINIFRED FISHER TO AP- f: TO GIVE LAST RECITALS PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR IN GRADUATE RECITAL PEAR IN VIOLIN RECITAL ' .UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 'i.'. I' Villi 1 IIArC PIMil jvp nriiu murvci ninii l-tt . . . . .a-.M Ai'rfcAKAINt;. ' The Fine Arts Department will present sltwo recitals next week ono on Thursday 'H 'iS'iCnlng at 8:3 "" '1C 0tllcr on Saurlay : laenl gal ! ' 1we'ec'lata Will be the :.ilasi of a number which have been presented during tho year by tho students In the Fine Arts Department. The program fol- ipwiJ Thursday May 29 1924 .V 1. Entrance of tho Clowns (Mendel- ssohn) Josephine Nevin-Sylva Edmonson . 2. (a) "Shepherd Play a Little Air" ' (Stickles) . (b) "Just My Ikivto Lad" .(Beaumont) Sammle Lee Favor. 3. Duet "Sleep (Spaulding) . Mirrlam Phllllpa-Tcmple Lee Speck. 4. (a) "What Is Love?" (Canz) (b) "Duna" (McGIII) Earl Smith. 5. Morccaux Characteris...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 May 1924

. ryfiy y t r' '( 'WWWBPbIwWIOTWPW '! J ' i V ji I im: fiw. wn 4 - -- - i Fashionable Footwear for Women and Misses A beautiful silver brocado Cross-Strap Pump Priced at...$11.50 A White washable Kid 3-Button Cut-out pattern Priced $11.50 A White washablo Kid 2-Button Cutout Pattern Priccd....S 9.00 An Apricot Kid Cut-out Pattern buckle fastening .$11.50 An Apricot Kid 1-Strap Champaign trim Priced at $11.50 A Black Satin 1-Strap Spanish covered heel Priced. $10.00 A Black Satin 1-Strap dull Calf trim Priced at only. $ 7.50 A Black Patent Leather box covered heel Priced at... $ 7.50 quAUTY-M value "Senvce EDITOR OF THE OPTI- MIST FOR THREE YEARS WILL FINISH IN JUNE nss WENDELL II. DEDICHEK IN FRONT OF QUJ THEATRE :en GADUATING CLASS WHICH IS NOW CELEBRATING SENIOR WEEK HAS LONG AND VARIED ROSTER (Continued from Page 1) college career la another senior. Ho camo in '21 and since then has sandwiched each session in with a term in another school. her there. She Is back in the fold for t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

-U O-- DEDICATED TO CHRIS' TIAN EDUCATION THROUGH A' GREATER fX At C.C i ' ! i. . 4 Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 29 1924. Number 34 SUPPORT FOR COULEGE COLLEGE QUARTETTE AP- ASKED JY PRESIDENT PEARS IN HOME RECITAL RETIRING COLLEGE BUILDER IS ASSISTED BYHEAD OF EX- GIVES STUDENTS SOME PRESSION AND MRS. GOOD ADVICE. SCHNEIDERS. "Don't begin to retrench. Don't begin The regular term concert the proceeds to cut down here and there. You can't from which J. applied on the clectrio sign build a school that way" was the admnn- was given in the college auditorium last Uhmcnt made by President Jesse P. Sew- Friday night by the College Quartette ell in his Ust chapel talk during a long assisted by Charles It. Drewer reader and session here Tuesday. Mm. Jay Schneiders soprano. The In speaking of his twelve yean here audience was large and very appreciative with his wife at tho head of the collego encoring every group he said that he was fully aware of many Every member of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

WWBrtWi"MWH NJ Page 2 Liiiujiui'ii.iiiiwwTwjiHWMiMrw'wpit'iwwiwiw'iai'ii-i)j'iiMiiiii)Uiiiiiii'ii'ii'iiuiii M ' l J 1 I '1 t ! Published Weekly by Oie Student ui Abilene Chrlstiaa College. Entered as Second Class Mailer August 1 1912 at Pott Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. 1.50 ddrest all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oolieglalo Press tiS Association. S WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Staff: Aubra Banowsky ...ssociate Editor Braswell Oliver--.. Assistant Editor Don Morris Assistant Editor Henry T. Hogg A.sst. Business Mgr. Alvin Brown .Circulation Manager I ' i . -' - INTENSIVE CULTIVATION Some soil absorbed the moisture in large quantities while some soil can take but very little. There is some torn some rocky and some fertile ground. The amount of moisture needed for each is differerent. Not only is that true but the culti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

Pf 3 4 P n U if w L Ml fl ' ' ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE IN PICTURES 4 V -;4;r " . BHRHMuKlP w Vv k ff WffKiWftTifflBTyMHBBBBBBBBBBBI BUr a BHTv J 11 Aft 1 PPiSM PHiaHHnrf j" mmmr fwBri THE NEW HALL-(F0R YOUNG MEN) To bo Ready September 1st ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE COMPLETE 12 YEARS AGO &mmmiwmimmm iih-"V i iri'Ta.f.MJni -5 laer

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

m C rtHP'iflfl wmiiiwrminm Page 4 WHAT A. C. C. OFFERS New Wildcat Mentor the state authorities in educational circles. Every course receives full credit in similar or higher institutions. MODERATE EXPENSES. Tlie Item of expenso I 8 very Important ono In the consideration of a school 'While Abilene Christian College make no at- tempt lo be a "cheap" school actual neces. sary expenses are reduced to and main- PRESENT EQUIPMENT. In order that the student may lire In liomc-IIke comfortable quarters have well prepared wholesome and palatable meals may do their work with good tools such as library and labaratory apparatus Abl'ene Christian College provided only fust class equipment. On the campus are the following: Administration Building This huildlmr contains three well-fur- t'alned at the lowest figure possible to al- nlshed college offices; an eight thousand low the Institution to furnish Instruction volume library and reading room adjoin- at the highest point of efficiency and first...

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