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

wlfrwrs-s. j. T nt - i t . c j jT li 4 ' 1 u 1 m 4 -$. fi& r vi.( POET COMMEMORATES In explanation of the following "epic" gentfo reader wc wish to Mate that wa called forth upon observing the ease and rapjdlty with which Ogle Jones consumed weinict. We feel pretty safe In saying thaVjho Is the champion wclnle eatcfof the jcnlor class nay of tlie whole school. Tho following Is all true save the final rcsujts which were not so dire. The ques- tion 'to ho considered Is: how many could lie cat and escape the doom which Is de- pleted hclow? "Oflle Ogle" Ten-little wienies all fat and fine Ogle ato one-and''thcn there were nine. " t Nine little wclnlcsl "One met its fate Ogle ct Itl Then there wcro eight. Eight little wcinlcs! All hound for heaven Ogle ate another. Then there were seven. Seven little weinlcsl Alas what a fix Ogie canned another. Then there were six. Six little wclnicsl All still alive Till Ogle killed another. Then there were Jv'five. t Fivo little wclnicsl Made us a...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 November 1924

raimMMK3wrauMWMrara I WITH THE EXES Ted Notion now a dlgnifed school teacher visited the camp'us Tuesday. Ho participated In our Increase of social prlv' llcgcs and we hope that he wilt profit by the announcements that appear alter In this Armistice Day Epistle. After seeing the famous moving pic- ture "America" it seems as though It ought to Inspire the young men of our school to aspire for the more nobler things In life. A current report is that ond of our prominent ex-studmts will not waft for such an Inspiration. Yes si- lently one by one they pass Into ihat form of existence commonly known as married life. Returning to the more serious side of the report the evidence is: Rupert Basil Wtson Business Manager of Tho Opti- mist last year and also a summer grad- uate will leavo his Florida station for a Short time and Journey to a certain place In Louisiana where tho county clerk will have an increase in business. Again Woxo- hachle will be robbed of another ex-student of A. C. C. P...

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

pnwwfcfaihi uupl mmMm Ua(-ftu4 2i taSVWUi ff li I WILDCATS BEAT TRINITY ys - :' ""' ' " ' I .1 . . X. 'jf VOLUME XII. WORK UNIQUE WILDCAT AND HIS GANG WILL BE READY FOR THANKS- GIVING Folks moot Wildcat and his gang of riotous rampaging rootcru. The need for a real enthusiastic pep squad that has the pep has long boon felt Ideas for such an organization have been drifting through tho imaginative bralna of somo of tho most interested citizens of tho Ablleno Christian Col- logo Commonwoalth for somo time. Tho results of all these ideals when combined and boiled together one night during the early part of tho week resulted in tho "Gang" with old Wildcat himself as tho leader. Tho Gang wns organized with eleven charter members. Tho dreams of these eleven members havo already extended tho gang to every male stu- dent who is interested in backing Wildcat sports and who will stand by tho gang to the last ditch. Mem- bers aro not to be solicited. Tho pur- pose of tho gang is to bo thoroughl...

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

m m : I ! Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Uullding Iloom 6 Subscription Per Year ....... - .....$1.50 Address all correspondence and make nil Money Order Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Tmm. Member of Texas Intcr-collcgiate Press Association AUDRA B. DANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Burton Coffman. ....Intercollegiate Editor Forrest Baker. -..Assistant Editor Elwyn Bedichek Assistant Editor Jewell Young- .. Assistant Editor Lillian Rice Assistant Editor Alvln Brown ... ...Assistant Manager Price Sanders ..Circulation Manager ON GIVING Has it ever occured to you just how much it becomes your duty to con- tribute of your means to the better- ment of others? The good things in us aro made better by their being given to others. No matter how cheerful a man may be in his own soul if ho refuses to let his fellows see his smile or denies them any part of his cheerfulness he soon w...

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

jixxafu &fzv Hrvt - lt - t 4 fc - fUbX 32 6 :? rssf! vy V ' . IP tt SUB-T-16 REVEALS PART OF !V AND THEIR t 1 About three winters ngo a group of seafaring men conceived tho Idea of building a ship In which they could sail tho unknown seas of tho world rind manned by n crew who bellovcd In truo fellowship. Thus the good ship Tuscarora was built In dry dock at Port Campus A. C. 0. and was 'launched one moonlight night. Sho took ns her maiden voyage an ex- cursion and thence to the great ocean. Her crow sailed many nn ocean and mado many a port implanting tho good principles of friendship and bro- therhood wherever they went. After sailing many a dangerous and weary sea tho good ship Tuscarora pulled Into port for repairs. While there the old seafaring skipper who is wise In tho ways of tho sea deemed It well to convert tho good ship into a sub- marine so that tho treachery of tho rough and tricky oceans could bo sailed with less difficulty. This be- ing done It was christened by t...

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

I si POINTED PERSONALS' Ity Prexy Andtrson Well the gang is off to Waxohachio and judging from their looks when they left they wont bo off nt Wnxn- hpchlo. The Covered or Uncovered Wagon will more than likely be down to look things over but If so we foar It has a dark and doubtful future for reports have It that people in that section won't stand for as much as they will up Plninvlow way. CLUB NOTES There was quite a bunch of us out at Pnrrnmore Field last Saturday to watch Simmons pour it on Trinity and everybody was forced to say that ho was glad all of the Tigers wcro Hot as good as Manning tho Tiger center. Somebody said that this bird has a cinch on nJl-T. I. A. A. center hls season as he drew the selection on tho mythical T. I. A. A. eleven last year. Oh well Coop wus also tha one who picked Dub Wooten and some of he other Abllcno H. S. players for ho all-T. I. A. A. whilo they were still in high school. The aspirants for tho Wildcat cago team are now out daily displaying thei...

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

Wr -fw-f M IIIKIIHU .-? vj-w1'aMhlitv!UJ(- -... . UljS GIVE FOtfK SUPPORT TO" " THE MEETING R& v VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27 1924. NUMDER 11. 'ii il 'NOTICE THE GYM HONOR '."''' .. ; .rife ' ' Iwll r f ' II 1 1 111 I tII ! ll i s WILDCATS ENTER FINAL GAME AGAINST D. B. C. SIX MEN WILL WEAR WILDCAT COLORS FOR THE LAST TIME "When that old A. C. C. team falls In lino" Thursday afternoon in tho finals of the Turkey Day doublo head- er at Fair Park fans aro promised one of tho greatest gridiron battlos ever staged in Abilene. Tho contest calibre both tho visiting Hill Billies will be far from tho championship 6f Daniel Baker and tho Abilcno team having hud rather unsuccessful sea- sons as far as is shown by tho won and lost column of tho T. I. A. A. standing but the feeling always devel- ed by tho Thanksgiving gamo coupled with tho fact that tho Christians still feel tho sting of the 55 to 0 defeat inflicted upon them by Daniel Baker tho last time tho t...

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

r t l i ; I . u. tttttMi Published Weekly by iha Studcnti Abilene ChrlMlan College. of ' iQi - Officii Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year ...$1J50 Address all correspondence and make nil Money Order Pa)able to THE r" OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Association. Press AUBRA D. DANOWSKY " Editor-in-Chief ' HAROLb L. ANDERSON Associate Editor A HENRY T.' HOGG Business Manager Durton Coflman ...Intercollcglato Editor Forrest Baker. .Assistant Editor Elwyn Bcdlchck Assistant Editor Jowoll Young Assistant Editor Lillian Rlcp. .. ...Assistant Editor Alvin Brown .. Assistant Manager Price Sanders ...Circulation Manager THE CAMPUS SLACKER Prominent among thq well known figures on every campus is a man who is only too glad to accept nn office or a placo on a committee to get his name in the paper but who will not livo up to the responsibility of his position by leaving tho necessary work for. someone elso to do. Such a' man is a campus slacker. This ...

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

r fgff"ffTfffflfiWf'lnMTflOTtfyttUu..- . JWWUWMw 1 t ' I' . . r Mr . 1A ftt. jt ir t $ H TV i ft UK : ; ft. If & LI; life" I. S & re -ifca SCOTT-HAYS WED- DING IS LATEST AMONG EX-STUDENTS Tho precedent of a marrlngo a week among ex-students that has been in force for tho past few weeks remains unbroken. Saturday morning Will Scott and Addio Hays woro married in' Gatcsvillo Texas. This mnrriago like sovoral others of llko naturo this fall had its beginning in Daisy Hall back in 1022 when Addio was a fresh- man hero. Mrs. Scott spent two years in A. C. C. finishing her sophomore year hero Inst year. She was ono of tho promi- mont residents of Daisy Hall and was an nctivo member of soveral girls' clubs. Mr. Scott is well known to evory- ono that has been connected with Abilene Christian College for tho past several years. As n football man ho made a lasting impression on tho athletic record of tho college As a halfback in 1921 ho was tho leading ground gainer. As a guard in 192...

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

i mill ii rmumUnmi tUlWwitfWBWiHwiMmKiwmnj.iwjw f I . I'HmMN HAW K sj 0EVEOPIN6RAHDIY IN ZELLtfER hall Luetic and Rita Adrian spent tha week-end In Trent. Three weeks niro Brother Sehue ttdo nn nnnuoneement In chnpcl ro- rding a mission study class. A sheet was posted on the faculty bul- letin board for thoso to sign who &lght bo interested in the mission work. About thirty names were signed. : ; Wednesday night three weeks ago the clasa mot' for tho first time. In this preliminary meeting it was de cided that tho course of study should begin wth tho Western United States '.taking up jth& study of three status ;at each meeting until tho United i states has been covered and then tjirn attention to foreign countries. In hto last two meetings tho states of Colorado New Mexico and Cali- fornia were studied. Tho object of' this class Is not pri- marily to make missionaries of all 'thoso who tako an interest but to In- vestigato the condition of tho various missionary fields and t...

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

ES . rf I . ! ' V VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY DECEMBER G 1924. NUMBER 12 1 mom YomjtfOKmts ftltl'tflF if J KMtIf'iAfwl "" ' TW0EEKSmLH0UDAYs I-. - J i jr I - - 1 ? ft P E. W. McMillan is Doing Preaching in Annual Fall Meeting for the College Tho fall meeting held by tho Col- lege Church of Christ nnd conducted by E. W. McMillan began Sunday and will continue for one week or possibly ton days. Brother McMil- lan has bcon presenting his Scrip- tural themes in a clear masterful way. His ability as a public speaker coupled with his keen knowledge of the Biblo and understanding of hu- man nature makes his addresses real appeals to sinning humanity. Most of Bro. McMillan's texts so far hnvo been taken from the first fivo books of the New Testament. During tho early part of tho moot- ing ho has been presenting some old subjects in a now and appealing way. Wednesday morning his sermon on "Tho Most Dangerous Sin Confront- ing tho World Today" was well re- ceived. Ho passed...

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

- :IIIMI. a I .Mmmmm0mmiummmimmvmmumm'tm II i I f Tjmsfc Pull t shed Weekly by the Students Abllrne Chrintiaiv College. I Offlc Administration Bdlldlng Room 6 Subscription Per Year - H.50 Address all correspondence and make- Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. . ' .. ... all pcoplo nnd nil tho things that mako such an Institution must bo joined to- gether by common Interests If tho college is to really succeed as it should. EDITING SCHOOL PAPER NO "INDOOR" SPORT Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Association. Press AUBHA B. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T." HOGG Business Manager Burton Coffman Intercollegiate Editor Forrest Baker. Assistant Editor Elwyn Bedlchek Assistant Editor Jewell Young Assistant Editor Lillian Rice Assistant Editor Alvin Brown... Assistant Manager Price Sanders Circulation Manager V . TO WHOM WE ARE INDEBTED. Tho gymnasium which has been tho dream of the students for several years is now ina fair way to become...

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

mi ihmiuwimmmmhiiiim tx 4. fXrSe I' w p k'.ftR if . &1 ffir ' A . fl- f KM yifci-'ggi.... FOOTBALL SEASON WAS NOT i BUT WILDCATS HAVE LAID A FOUNDATION FOR POWERFUL ORGANIZATION FOR COMING SEASON s With a 3 16 0 win over Daniel Ba- ker hero last Thursday the Christian Collogo Wildcats brought to a suc- cessful closo n season which has oth-. crwiso boon disastrous. Beginning tho year with several new men in tho lineup injuries which by tho timo of iho last gamo had four regulars on tho sldolines accompanied by a seeming jinx which throw nil breaks to tho opponents cumo thick and fast. Tho season opened at tho West Texas Fair on Sept. 27 against tho Clarendon Collcgo Bulldogs. Costly fumbles prevented tho Morrlsmen from scoring and in tho fourth peri- od Crows of tho visitors dropkicked n field goal from tho thirty yard lino for tho lono counter of tho gamo giv- ing Clarendon tho victory 3 to 0 tho snmo scoro by which A. C. C. won at Clarendon lnat year. In tho two weeks following...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 December 1924

fc sir W 'I ! it WILDCATS MAKE FINAL TRIP TO WILDS BELOW SAN ANGELO ON BIG GAME HUNTING TRIP After a hard season opent in pur- suit of Bulldogs Hornets Lions Buf- faloes Jackrabblts Tigers and Hill Billies the Wildcat football squad de- cided that they wore duo a vacation after the Thanksgiving gamo and forthwith voted themselves tho lay- off after tho faculty had consented to a last scries of cuts. Friday tho ox-pigskin artists draped their already fast fattening forms over old "Whltoy" which to those who don't know is the affectionato namo by which Bennio Boat's Max- well truck is known and started on a real honost to goodness hunt in the wilds below San Angelo Texas. Tho story of tho trip down would only bo a story of a constant fight for a placo to put one's feet on tho truck together with a few little trivi- al things like a threo hours' wait to repair a broken part in Winters a flat tiro and just enough gasolino to coax old Whitey to her destina- tion that night. At any rato t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1924

2JV"4 lUUlW'iIWMtWMWWIMMiMWlMWW Ai a t f " ' V 'MfcWK" "S'' VOLUME XIL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY DECEMBER 11 1924 NUMBER 13. Ik bK V- 1MILLAN CLOSES SUCCESSFUL MEETING HERE SUNDAY NIGHT EXCELLENT SPEAKER GIVES BIBLICAL THEMES FOR ONE WEEK. Brother E. W. McMillan closed n most successful meeting Sunday night Dec. 7 at the- College Church of Christ. For sheer beauty of thought choice of words and prepara- tion of material Brothor McMillan hns scarcoly been surpassed by nny opeaker brought to the Collego Church. Because of his congenial dis- position ho wan well received by the student body as well as the resident members of the church and it was with much regret that they listened to his address Sunday night as the last. A brief synopsis of the discourses from the night of Dec. 5 to the night of Dec 7 inclusive follows: Friday Night Tho text was the 17th chapter of John the prayer of Christ that His disciples may bo one. It was shown that whatever pretenses may be made the wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1924

-..-.itBi... ... mr- r-t"er"vtw --.- - S Mil I II 'M'ggL!.J!.!-!lZSZZSZS 1 I El ff .1 o e t. i r ft E 1 !l " Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Itoom 6 Subscription Per Year..-.- $150 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE ' OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-collcglato Press Association. ARKANSAS LADY VISITS BROTHER AUDIIA D. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief HAROLD L. ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Burton Coffman Forrest Baker Elwyn Bcdichok Jewell Young Lillian Rice Alvin Brown. Price Sanders. ...Intercollegiate Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor ssistant Manager -Circulation Manager THIS COLLEGE LIFE Last week Mrs. Lucy Wright of the Arkansas Railroad Commission was In Abileno on her way from Chihua- hua Mexico whero she had been in specting tho Do Leon Mining Co. mrs. Wright Is working for tho blue sky department of tho comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1924

It. Vi .3d If :.w '4 vt& tf" w ?i.' r s.5fc wmi . wm ftir v BENNIE BEAL WILL LEAD '25 GR1DSTERS THREE CANDIDAtES OF EACH GROUP WILL ENTER FINALS Dcnnio Deal At a meeting of tho seventeen Wildcat letter men Wednesday ovo- nine Bennio Bcal of Healdeton Olcla. was olected to captain the 1025 Wild- cat football team. Deal is a two letter man and played tho last season at half and full. His powerful' plunges wero one of tho features of every gamo tho Wildcats played. On tho dofenso ho is ablo to back up a lino in moro than commendablo fash- ion. Ho punts and passes acceptably. Beal will probably lead tho Wild- cats through tho hardest season they have over attempted. Efforts aro be- ing made to meet at least ono South- western Conferonco team. Tho re- mainder of a season of six Associa- tion games will bo filled with teams af tho first rank. PLANNING OF PRICKLY PEAR ALMOST COMPLETE Tho 1026 Prickly Pear is further advanced than havo been any of its predecessors for several years. Edi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1924

.V. - - r T-K (.. fy n - i-f- -""VT iSiMiwmiiuLiiaiMJlmfc --JiJU(MlJUIIWllllalllHW'Jiiliiiilll.iiluiliilww iiri'.wnniimiiiniilliil MMMMfMMv a . w mmmmwimmMmm lima 1 BSE wbffai PUMI - y- ' '-1 " ' '' 'l"Tfir rTfirrwi H !i M ft I 'Mi II I Campbell's Becomes the Christmas Store Gift Goods at Seduced Prices Shop Here and Save on Everything GIFTS BESPEAKING THOUGHTFUL CARE IN SELECTION SUCH 18 THE ESSENCE OF THE REAL THOUGHTFULNESS THAT THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT TYPIFIES. SUCH GIFTS ARE HERE AND HERE TOO ARE SALESPEOPLE EAGER TO AID YOU IN SELECTION TO SIMPLIFY IN EVERY WAY THE DIFFICULTIES OF CHOOSING. FOR YOUR OWN CONVENIENCE AND SATISFACTION SHOP NOW FOR CHRISTMAS SO THAT AT THE LAST MINUTE YOU MAY NOT RUN THE RISK OF BEING DISAPPOINTED JN SOME WANTED SELECTION. Remember too it is not necessary to pay full prices or high prices for your gift goods this Christmas. Our prices on gift goods ore all reduced as thoy are on all other goods This makes your shopping here so much moro satisfactory ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1925

' " " " "" " " t U ( It i i J X v W I y - -. I lHS. v 'w 'I - .t In Lv 0A I X . r C - I ! . ' '- 1 1 'ANEW TEAM "AND A- NEW CHANCE P v ' J M MB -- iVFr"Wi flM iv rn?l fnlfrr Hi nZ' ' f -. VOLUME XIL ' ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 8 1925. NUMRER 14. ll V L ir x i & ? ri "'"'T' WINTER TERM ENROLLMENT HAS EQUALED RECORD OF FALL TERM OTHERS SURE TO RETURN WILL MAKE THIS A RECORD. The Winter term enrollment of Abilene Christian College has already equalled the enrollment of the Fall term which was the largest enrollment that the school has cTer enjoyed. About thirty-five people who were here during the Fall term have failed to return as yet. Of this number there are about ten who aro practically certain to return. Sickness and other causes has kept them out until late. The present num- ber enrolled in tho College of Arts and Sciences is 342 which is cental to the total number enrolled last term. Any further registration will place this term in the lead in number enrolle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1925

mmmammmmmmmrmpsit mmmammmiHikviL mmmmmm UWMWJUauMUIIW II WHUHHIJW MH iiiwmii miMwlUWiwmjiwh j rnwinw au w mu umi iiiMiMiiiBawBWMWMWW SPIRIT OP RUSSIA El ' .5 WITH THE EXES J 1 1 i i ptmt Published Weekly by tho Students of Abi'cne Christian College. ffice Administration Building. Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-colleglate Press Association. t4t . "AUD11A D. BANOWSKY Editor-in-Chief JIAR0LD L. ANDERSON Associate Editor HENRY T. HOGG Dimness Manager Burton Co(Tmnn........Intercollcgiato Editor Forrest Baker. - -Assistant Editor Elwyn Bcdlchok Assistant Editor Jewell Young Assistant Editor Lillian Rice Assistant Editor Alrln Brown Assistant Monoger Price Sanders --.Circulation Manager TIME. With tho orrival of the nw year one is reminded that another cycle of months have made their rounds and that time is rolling ceaselessly on. At least that is the way that many editori...

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