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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

".wA(rtAii.f H 7 llST A WORD FROM r DEPARTING STUDENTS mates many timet in the future. : Rivers Copeland school. Will tench next session J. Sullivan Gibson. Irma Kennamr r. ;. . I will be here thU summer. i Lora Mae Counts. . I expect to spend thtisumrnr r lrf"AC C " B;Jf Stewart. I om going to enjoy 'country life this 1 intend to spend the coming summer I will be at home all summer at Wood '.f ' ' vacation at homo In Son Anlonto with mv vllle. Alabama. .jfTuesday morning In chapel President paren nong gcrtou happens "to Baxter called lor an students to nana in prevcnt my pian wlli je htcy jn school Mhort letter to tho Optimist telling where jn ne Fall. hey wouia ue ana wuai iney win uc ao Ethel Martin. ng this summer ah atuaems uiu not . .1.1. .!. . 1.... - i 1 1 llilntf A. fV f! t n fin trlwint nnr' I Mnpiy Wlin we iciuci uui a iiumuei - - - - - - - Id and there I reproduced here some of P " u "nx" ome o " It.'. .n.w rPMlrnl. If mv on who ne near luture. I will 1)0 at llillsuoip W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 May 1924

?yf s PagoB I Fashionable Footwear for Women and Misses A benutiful silver brocade Cross-Strap Pump Priced at....811.50 A White washable Kid 3-Button Cut-out pattern Priced $11.50 A White washable Kid 2-Button Cutout Pattern Priccd....$ 9.00 An Apricot Kid Cut-out Pattern bucklo 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 VAWB-senvee History oi Athletics in A. C. G. Shows Development (Continued front Pago 1) Weldon Russell at halves; with "Big Boy" Childers who died with the flu during the war at fullback. The boys played two games with high school teams and lost 'em both. However on that very team was some of the best material ever found in a small college. In UB-'W the year of the S. A. T. C. SENIORS ENJOY THREE 1 DAY TOIP TO DEAD MAN One of the most enjoyable and In the mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 June 1924

; Wjl Ill'flP'' IlB BmB M fl li w if mw 1 DEDICATED TO CHRIS- .: THROUGH A GROWING A. C. C. TIAN EDUCATION T - "8 ? J " ?. .' f '! " 9" ' '" ? f V Mf. -j-HWWHWjilfi ' f V4. XL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JUNE 20 1924 Number Jf :. MEN'S ABILENE SUFFERS FROM HEAT WAVE BREAKING ALL RECORDS SINCE 1876 ( A Spaniard once Bald of bis native eRy that for nlno. months' It was'ln- viorno" and three months "lnflerno." The samo oocm snppllcablo to our own fair Abilene wlthftho thcrVnomctor bounding to 108 ln)theshnjil)aridour balmy breezes S metamorphosed into rcorchjng wlndai (However wo bellevo In Abllone Christian Collloge that it is an 111 wind indeed that blows nobody any good. Kven hot weather has Its compensa- tions one can always blame one's yawn's on the weather. Doan Speck the man with the understanding heart Announced the first of school that ho could nbt find In his heart to blnmo nnyono for dozing In the classroom Of course no ono Is oxpeted to take advantage of this kindnes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 June 1924

lA s PATRONIZE OUR s ..M... WVV" ADVERTISERS &'.. immi Published Soml-Monthly by the Stu- dents of Abilene Christian College. JEoterod ns Second Class Jtiattor Au- fuqt 1 1912 at Post Office Abllono Texas. "" " " . ' ' ii in ii v&ftlcc Administration Building: Room 6 JHrtMrlptlori for Slimmer JeiL60' jMrcss all correspondence and make nil Money Orders Paydblo to OPTIMIST Abllono Texas niii i ii i i i ii Hmbers of ToxnB Inter-Collegiate Press Association. that this will bo the best summer ses- sion Ablleno Christian College lias ever hod. Never again will It' be. said that the students or Ablleno Christian College do not possess as much pep and enthusiasm during the summer as they do during the long session. The Work of Abilene Christian College In the Past and Future (Continued from page !'. Listen girls be sure and go in Blck- ford's DrUg Stores whon you go to town they sure treat you nlco ligation of ovory teacher hero.' An Ideal. No work of any kind is worth much without ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 June 1924

r RAiTR'ONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS .. Wftf. 9H " H'ww"l'lf "tj- $'.-' ' c3 'f '. I A The Work of Abilene Christian College In the Past and Future j (Continued from pago 2) b'oforo him. The fruit of yearn of toll and sacrifice and self-denial had fled In a moment. A few weeks later one day n llttlo child knocked at his door for shelter. Ho iuvested his time his talent his earnings In that child. Men and women learned to respect and love him. Ho became a happy man. I am asking you to Invest some of your money in boys and girls. It will tako some of tho sadness out of yqur life. H will take the hardness out of your heart It will mellow that heart and soften it. It wilt make you have more love fof your fellow mail and greater respect for yourself. It will glvo you a feeling of kinship to boys and girls. ' It will make you forget tho sordid ncsa and selfishness of the- world and give you a vision of service to young and ambitious men and women grow- ing Into tho wisdom and favor of (iad. As I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 June 1924

SwiwSwkSkSw1; MMHBBStSSsaaadircTi: flTWF-M' nwn'iiwpriiWKin"'"'- v- - ..Tyili'..WM.WW''fc JPWWWf" n u :m I. RftTJtOHlZK OUR ML PmiW H Mfc ff.B-T W K AUV crc 1 lOLRO i 4' i I El ;$' . 23000 Square Feet " of display - floor space packed full of . cheap medium and fine furniture floor' covering and draperies let us furnish your home complete. ft ft erf ? BARROW Furniture Co i - Telephoned . ta'.J ! '.Vt-" . .- "t A. G. C. Directory Jag. P. Cox Is with Sam Houston Stnto Normal at Huntsvlllo Texan. Jewell Watson Seweil Jones How- I.ewln Smith In finishing his WQlk on hi degree la A C. C fnls summer. a"l Nooles Silvia Wilson Alta Wood to-ScMy kllejvis at Tiome la Bl Mr. and Mrs. Hensloy anil Earl Brown ' Bihk f " . - compose .the company at Boulder Colo. 919 -Lincoln Place Boulder Colo. Ima Fuchs 1b Bpendlng her summor vacation at her homo Mayflold Okln. ' Serene Biown Is nt'hor. home at Norniangeo Tox&j - John Paul Olljaon'and Lowell wfnwj blshMro In Waco 1203 tf.-.l'ltii Sts Nm . ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 September 1924

" y V. ;mit Mj mil vlLL TOGETHER FOR A WJfKAfSATl r CLARENDON 4i urart I N V p Voh XII. FOOTBALL PROSPECTS GOOD F0RGREATYEARINT.I.1A. RAIN HINDERS PRACTICE OF OF THIRTY-SIX MEN REPORTING When Coaches Morris and Scruggs call- ed for the first football practice on Sep- tember 10 about 25 men responded to the call. Seven letter men answered tho first call and two more reported later In fhe week. By Tuesday the number of men reporting for practice had reached 36 and with the opening of school 25 or 30 more are expected. The lcttcrmcn who have reported are Red Williams last yearn plunging full- back Esker Curtis speedy half and quar- ter who is a three year man. Curtis' place kicking last year won one game and materially helped In (several other vic- tories. Dill Stcyens who made his great- est run last year when he received a kick-off behind his own goal Jtne while playing against Dallas University and ran it back 60 yards. Loubert Mo)ers who was one of the first year men to letter last...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 September 1924

PW'J Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year H50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. When Abilene Christian College opened on September 17 she was newly equipped In a number of ways A new executive sat In the President's chair. A new Dean dliccted the work of classifying the stu dents. A new Registrar and Bursar had charge of tho off leu wotk. A new build Ing gracrd the campus. A new dining hall was ncaring completion. New men and women wire welcomed to her faculty New students wandered through the halls. New hopes were In the hearts of tho old stu dents. It was all new. THE "W" CLUB The "W Club held their first meeting of the year on Wednesday Various mat' lers Mere taken up and new members wcro considered. President Myrtle Harrell has announced that the club will have (ts next meeting on the first Tuesday In October Member of Texas Inter-collcgt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 September 1924

i INTENSE LIVERS MAKE HAPPY BOYS AND GIRLS; 260 DAYS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS THIS YEAR Tlio habit of living Intensely and cor redly Is one of the belt habits which man may have. Tito College student find h!m self confronted with many things by which he may employ every moment of this time. In one scstlon of school a student normal y does enough things experiences enough and plans enough to fill many volumes .should everything be written. The best thing for llio student Is to ' choose his activities wisely and systemati- cally so as to bring about the greatest amount of pleasure and profit to himself both for the present and for the future. In the coming session students of Abi- lene Christian College will have tlio ad- vantage of two hundred and sixty da)s In which to live. Some will live In- tensely others will not. Some will take an active part In the activities of life of the collego while others will loll about their rooms In a drowsy lazy way bring- ing lasting stateness both to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 September 1924

V if nn sEE 3E 1 Armstrong Pharmacy HAS SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS flYG A COLLEGE BOY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL BE APPRECIATED. A. B. ARMSTRONG PROPRIETOR ffl STUDENT BIBLE SALESMEN HAVE NOT YET RETURNED Abilene Christian College contributed her full quota of book agents to the world during the summer months. There were about thirty young men who told Bibles for the Southwestern Publishing Co. Thero were several others who sold maps and sleroscopic views. Part of the map and view salesmen have returned but all of the Bible salesmen are still in the field. Their fall deliveries can- not all be made until the middle or last of September. As to the amount of the products sold there is no way of determining yet but there is no doubt but that it will run to several thousand dollars. Last summer about six or eight boys sold $16000.00 worth of Bibles with several times that many salesmen the amount of sales will probably be several times as large. If all the sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 September 1924

'-. f j fftsm Yny A COMPLETE GYMWl CHRISTMAS QlEt CLUB yfiUSxtlUBJtjAMtfBlsMQlSMBMtti fcr I KfTV ' . fi Vol' XII. WILDCAT BAND GETS ' UNDER WAY TUESDAY OLEE OLUB WILL START TO WORK DVRINa THE NEXT WEEK. The Wildcat Hand held iltcir first meet- ing on Tticjday evening fnr the purpop of organizing. Only tio of last ycat's mem- berg' were on hand at the time hut there arc several others in school who will re- port at llio next practice. There ore about twelve men who report- ed for llie first meeting. With this mate- rial and the other that will report later director Ifenitcy liopes to work out a well balanced band. With so much new ma- terial It will probably take a month or more to get it into a musical organization. Most of the men are experienced musicians and it will not take so long tn work them into musical unit. The Glee Club was scheduled to have its first meeting on Tuesday evening. For some reason the first gathering wa post- poned and it wilt probably be next week before th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 September 1924

A' we 1 Published Weekly by 'the Students- of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration llullding ItoomC Subscription Per Year.... $1.50 Address all correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press - - i Association. UuimA b bAnowsky Editor-in-Chief ;HAIl6l'i)L; ANDERSON Assotlate"EdUor " HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Wok is golnrj forward rapidly on clean- ing up the campus. It is the hope of every student that before it can be com- pleted it will be torn up again by work- men starting on the gymnasium. HOMESICKNESS About this time of year homesickness usually becomes the prevailing disease in A.C.C. The new ones have pretty serious attacks of it some time while the old ones suffer just a little. It is not an uncommon thing to bear new students say "I guess I will stay until Christmas but that will be rnoqgh for me" This Is my first and last year here. The other day a new student walked up to an old one a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 September 1924

:mLUJi.igTm " r .""". ; ' jmm"n"n lilffiiiiiiiiiw m Hi E2E5 ifeltf tk i "?' TODAY'S EXPRESS BROUGHT US ANOTHER SHIPMENT OP THE NEWEST THINGS IN YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Oomo in and look thom over. Suits all reasonably priced from $17.50 UP ffl ' -Ki r If 'n a4 t:v I I lliBBBHBSHflflBHBfcBSHBBBVfltsBBHIsHsBBbBsB tflBiB!PHRVVHRptelnfitt9VMivlr f fwwM ...jjrowtitMwIiwIlwfcjiPBMHBi r Ibbbbbbb iiiiH8flBWiBflBMfeBKBiHl I BBMliiLff JiiBiiKByi3BBiiWoiaj f d J &1 f flHHHHRsvkM&jftfiaETiajlHilKj hhhhhb BpVPE"VHMMICv'44 HHHIjtliiHIHHRVIIIHlHI BiiiiHlBnBBBBBsiilBBBsnMlaiiM. . " WEuZZaJSSVirHM'i'i-i'uuH!?''l WHHBPIHK JH HMBBK JBgMfflUBHiffiaSg fT'S Dining hall 77" wen? Jjuitaing' s President? nowe nniii ii i irtm iAiih mi .i iii YOU MUST AIL HAVE TWO PAIR PANTS Babb-Howard Dry Good Co. he POINTED PERSONALS By Prexy Anderson Jut about everybody teems lo be here now so we'll take this opportunity of extending our greeting to all our school- mates and the Freshmen as well. Here's to a nrrnl year f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 September 1924

- i iimiiMifflUMmftWUmM ft? L " """ ' "" I. .. ... .... .- ? . '' '""""' ;'Ti' . '"" "" .; - IT1 m Armstrong Pharmacy HAS SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS flMG I COLIECE BOY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL BE APPRECIATED. A. B. ARMSTRONG PROPRIETOR Large Freshman Class is Wise Iff Counseled liio freshman Uass which has just cn-1 tcred school claims to be the largest in tlicfl llltlnrv nf A P P Mi... iUni CV...1...... 1 is a rather lirnail statrmont for you to be making if you are not acquainted with the facts in the case for you have not reckon- ed as to the numbers in your rank that it would take to equal the beef in the class with which Hob Vaughn and Piffle Kerr matriculated or that with which "Red" Williams and Scwell Harwell began their college days. Dut supposing their claim to be only of numbers which is probably the case that fact alone should be highly en- couraging lo the college. Why? You see It is a well known fact that our campus Jtanils in dire need of ...

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

Mimmmmmmiittmmmm Rl! 1 ' tMwii:iKAfsDESERV& A UP -WITH THE GYMHASIUM HOME v V Vol. XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THUIISDAY OCTOBER 2 1924. Numbor 3 i "'"T"' -- - Msrt Trrr Ar"r it ) J1 ha 'Ml Completion of Gymnasium Assured at an Early Date MONSTER RALLY BEING PLANNED BY "A" CLUB TO PROPERLY CELEBRATE APPARENT SUCCESS That much 'talked of gymn is toon to Ijo a certainty. This is the Information that Is forthcoming from members of the "A" Club who arc In a position to know the financial condition. With the founda- tions already laid and with other money in the treasury there remains only ono last great effort to put tho gymnasium over the 'lop. The" "A" Club which is behind tho move to have the students and ex-students of the college build the much needed build- ing is planning a great rally of tho college students at a date that will be announced in u few days that will eclipse ail other rallies of whatever nature that have been held by the student body. At this rallly which wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 October 1924

sr . f. Jif jijm V I'lilillslied Weekly . by the Students of Abl'enc Christian College. " r ' Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription. Per Year ........... $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE i OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. '- Member of Texas Intcr-collcglate Press - Association i i ' ii irnnnsr iflr-nM-ii rw 'm1 AUDKA II. BANOWSKY' J Editor-in-Chief " HAROLD L ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T. HOGG ; Business Manager Burton Coffman Intercollegiate Editor Forrest Hakcr.............. .......Assistant Editor Edwin Ucdlclick .. Assistant Editor Lillian Rice Assistant Editor Alvin Rrown ...Assistant Manager Price Sandcrs..............CIrculation Manager YOUR PAPER. The Optimist has been operating for the first two issues almost entirely without a staff. The business organization has not been entirely completed and the editorial organization is far from what It is hoped that it will be in a few weeks. Thus far a few students have been seek ing ...

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

WW w jy SETOrINv w . : '&' K K WW . This was Emergency Hall when it wns first built to bo used as n temporary boys hall. Later it was stuccoed and remodeled for further use in tho same line. This year an addition lias been built on the west sido and this structure houses a large and well equipped dining room. CONVICT 491. Scratch scratch scratch I The sound made by Convict 491 was hardly mtdlhlc no carefully did he work. The Mono wall of his cell was hard and resisting but the blade was stout and rioH'jtcncc might finally turn tho trick. cratch scratch scratch I Iln had been cent up for polygamy. Uy a strange coincidence all four of his wives hsd been large physically with red hnir -)c sir all four of them and tempers to match. Scratch sctatch scratch! Night after night he had worked awty; suddenly he stopped with a low cry of 'ri umph. He was convinced. "Good old walll" ho muttered. "It stands tho test. They can't get at mo!" Life. THE TRAINING OP JIMMY McBRIDE Dy Edgar A. Gues...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 October 1924

I I mmacxaais ffl Armstrong Pharmacy HAS SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS BEING A COLLEGE BOY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE. A VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL BE APPRECIATED. A. B. ARMSTRONG PROPRIETOR EZ2 ooi J Wildcats Lose (Continued from page one) altcmpA A pats Curtis to Cantrell was Incomplete and Adams kicked thirty-five yards no return. Crow punted SO yards. Bcall smashed the left sido of the line for five and Stevo was stopped on the scrim mage line. Bcall made a yard and Adams kicked thirty-five; Crow returned five. Time out for Clarendon; it is five minutes before the end of the half Powell was stopped for a two yard loss. Slaton failed to gain and Crow punted 38 yards out of bounds. Coach Morris sent in ten new men. Stegall and Stocking of Clarendon for Trostle and Porkcs. Powell lost a few Inches and Williams gained a yard. Kenley kit the line for a pair of markers and Colley kicked forty yards Powell returned fifteen and Crow circled left end for twenty yards. Powell made two and five ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 October 1924

ry 6.1 . THE WILDCATS DESERVE A (HOME r UP WITH THE GYMNASIUM o . (if p In Nfr A'dl. XII. GYMNASIUM CAMPAIGN OPENED WEDNESDAY H. L SCHUG DISCUSSES WASTE AND VALUES IN SATURDAY CHAPEL TALK Suturdny morning II. L. Schug head of tho department of Modern Languages spoko in chapel on tho sub- ject of waste. Tho languago profes- sor declared that tho money that was wasted every year on armies and navies was enough to give every boy and girl In tho world a high school education. Among other comparisons of waste he called attention to tho fact that tho tlmu students nnd fac- ulty members wasted lounging in the bookstoro or in tho registrars office was beyond estimation. Ho (lech-.red that tho money that is spent for un- necessary food and clothing would put twenty well equipped missionaries in tho field whore today there is only ono poorly equipped missionary. Continuing on tho subject ho said that one of the greatest wastes was on worry. Waste was defined as tho unwise employment of values...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 October 1924

1 rubllihecl Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Office Admlnlitration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year ... $1.50 Address all correspondence and mako all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texat. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association AUBRA D. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T. HOGC Business Manager Durton Co(Iman........IntercollegIate Editor Forrest Daker Assistant Editor Edwin Dcdichek... Assistant Editor Lillian Rice -. ....-Assistant Editor Alvin Brown..................As9istant Manager Price Sanders... Circulation Manager "WE" NOT "THEY." Did you know that "they" aro going to build a gymnasium at Abilcno Christian Collego? Such a question as that could only bo asked by one entirely disinterested In the forward . growth of Ablleno Christian College. It is certainly not a question becoming a student or ex-student of the insti- tution. If ever this proposition that has been undertaken is carried to a suc...

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