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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 May 1925

ft I' if j1 I T McGAUGHEY AGAIN WINS HONORS IN DECLAMATION A' ; On Friday morning Mfty 1 tho final contest whs hold detcrmlnlnfj the win- Atb for tho year In boys declamation There lias been nn unusual amount of competition in this field this year and . tho winner Is to bo congratulated f'r his raro ability in this field. Ellis iMcOaughoy of North Zulch Texas (was declared to bo tho final winner for tho year with Robert Coffman of PotoBi receiving second honors and ; Lester Fisher of Seminole Texas won third place in tho final contest. Mc- jtGnuphoy won this honor for two suc- cessive years in tho faco of fierce competition which proves beyond a doubt that he has raro ability along this line and it is expected that wo will hsnr moro of McGoughey. Coffman. although n Freshman shows good form winning second place in his first nttcmnt. Fisher's declamation was good and would most surely have won under ordinary con- ditions. ' Another feature of tho chapel ser- vlco was a piano number b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 May 1925

BBD yjtMSiluiBem mmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmiamtnvmtmmmmm 4l &y ' H u I ;l Wildcats Split I With Howard Payne (Continued from page one) Cook p 3 0 0 10 0 2 5 24 7 0 Totals 34 ' Scoro by innings: A. C. C 010 002 OOx 3 Howard Payne 200 000 000 2 Summary: Two base hits Stevens Bettis Henderson; sacrifice hits For- rester Curtis; sacrifice fly Hill; Stolen bases Clark Henderson 2. Cur- tis Stevens Forrester Colley; double piny Stewart to Adams to Hill; struck out by Thurman 11 by Cook 8; bases on balls off Cook 2; hit by pitcher McAtie (by Thurman); pass- ed ball McAtie; wild pitches Thur man Cook. Timo or game Z hours. Umpire Bradley. SECOND GAME With two away and men on second and third in the tenth inning yester- day afternoon. Powell put one down tho middle of the alley for Nunnally. Tho giant third Backer of tho Yellow- jackets socked it into left field for a single and Howard Payne got away with tho desirablo end of an 8 to 0 slugging contest with Abilene Chris- tian College. A. C. C. p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1925

VOLUME XII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY 14 1026 NUMBER 32 .1 i 7 Walls is Elected President of Student Association for 1925-26 in Election Friday WALLS COFFMAN MILLER AND HOGG ARE ELECTED TO FILL THE POSITIONS LEFT VACANT BY THE RETIRING OFFICERS ADAMS GIBSON ALLEN AND BANOWSKY Returns from the election of Stu- dent Association officers last Friday showed the following results: For president Earnest Walls for vice- president Burton Coffman; for sec-rotary-treasurer Louis Miller lor forensic manager Henry T. Hogg. Students showed unusual interest in the election as nearly two hun- dred and thirty votes were cast. Bal- loting began early in the forenoon ana continued until nearly three o'clock in the afternoon. Nominations wore all in to the president of the association Walter Adams before noon Thursday. Be- sides those elected Harold Anderson was nominated for president Schley Riley for vice-president and Harvey Porter for sec-treasurer. There were no nominations for foren...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1925

t ' IJJfrfJMmtefc Published Weekly by the Students of Abileno Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year.... . . $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Mcmbor(of Texas Intcr-colleginto Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Hditor-in-Chicf HENRY T. HOGG Business Manager Raymond Symcox . -Associate Editor Alvin Brown . Assistant Manager Leslie Ncill Circulation Manager Elwyn Bedichelt Assistant Editor iviaymo i urncr.. ...................................................... ...........ujjiwi aauor Ellis McGaughoy. Religious Editor Routh Ccmcal3............................................................Assistant Editor Lula Lawrence............... ...................................................uissistant Editor SCIENCE HALL NEEDED It ocems like an imposition on the generosity of the layman to bo ever mentioning the needs of the college as soon as one requirement is satis- fied another flares u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1925

1 & J . i h. i .in lUli II mini Mill. until tin " hi tliiiiiii i '& a T OYER EIGHT THOUSAND VOLUMES CONTAINED IN ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE LIBRARY Many of the students of Abllcno Christian Collego do not realize or fully npprccinte the library which is located within their own collego. It is J not because the collego library is not adequate but becauso tho student body in general are not acquainted with its contents. If one should browso around in tho A. 0. C. library he would jo agreeably surprised not only at tho quantity of tho material it contains but tho quality as well. Beginning with but a comparatively few volumes the eoliego library has continually grown until now there aro eight thousand four hundred and seventy-seven volumes resting on its shelves. Of these about three hun- dred havo been retired on account of becoming torn up or useless while over ono hundred and iiuy now vol- umes have not been placed upon tho library register. Theso books treat on almost any su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 May 1925

:wr.- --. e rjtvtmmm-aitfmsw itBAMMIfWWW MRMMWfMWMMN MMMMDmHMIW I; u N fs' !M "A" CLUB IS GIVEN ENTERTAINMENT BY MRS. G. C. NORLAN BIRTHDAY OP PROFESSOR MOR- LAN IS HONORED BY TWENTY MEMBERS OP CLUD WHO EN- JOY FEAST AT HIS HOME. PRESIDENT BAXTER RETURNS TO CAMPUS AFTER WEEKS LEAVE WHILE AWAY HE VISITED MANY CHURCHES IN DEHALF OF THE INTERESTS OF ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. Mrs. G. C. Morlan delightfully en- tertained twonty-ono members of the "A" Club last Saturday ovenlng with an Informal dinner in her home at 640 Euclid avenue in honor of tho birthday of her husband Mr. Morlan. She was ably assisted by Mesdamcs Weldon Russcl Scruggs Sikcs Hens- ley and Miss Pebble Graham. The dinner courses were served by Mrs. Don Morris and Misses Vera McCur- ley and Rita Foster with Mrs. Hollls Manly furnishing the music for the evening. J. S. Arledge president of tho Board of Trustees of Abilene Christian Collego was present as an honorary guest. Tho dinner camo as a partial sur- prise to Mr. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1925

E . i tt 4& - & fe. a 1'tu'4 . .viCJtt- ' PAY YOUR ENGRAVING BILLS PREPARE FOR TllE'mllS ! ' VOLUME XII. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGErjlURSDAY MAY 21 1025 r; NUMBER 33 MW4r I i ' v 41 BTO i riTTTTTTTirr- A 1 . . mn t m II ' in w rimi-nrirriraLJ 1 hk- i .h i 1 v m m im s- niBi r iiv m iih h h h h h b s v i j & sWfliH M J !H B EHK TKMKJv K-"J lJ H kMI iB iB IM iH iMI H "T I 'JW t w ni m - r prf if 9 . r 1 ' m ' M i. & COLLEGE PLAYERS TO PLAY FOR ABILENE IN TWO GAMES THIS WEEK MUCH REAL SPORT IS EXPECT. ED WHEN ADILENE CROSSES HATS WITH THURBER AND WINTERS THIS WEEK. According to recent announcement by Conch Morris of Abllono Christian Collego n trainlond of lonl sport is tobo unloaded on followers of tha natlonnl pastime in Abllcno during the latter part of this week. All ol this Is duo to tako place when an as- sortment of the best collcgo material of Iho city cross bats with Winters hero on Thursday afternoon and with tho Thurbcr team on Saturday nftcr- noon. Both of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1925

jww. -myr t-eri -3cwrttTn.rX." sdauwJiirtftMWMaips 5 M 2 6 a a s a) a 0 52 3 Ik i I N t 8 - at a i Published Weekly by Uio Students of Abileno Christian College. i Offico Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year................................................. 91.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association BURTON COFFMAN -L. Editor-in-Chief HENRY T. HOGG k Butincu Manager Raymond Symcox. I Associate Editor Alvin Brown I Assistant Manager Leslie Neill - - L...... Circulation Manager Elwyn Bcdichek. '. Assistant Editor Maymo Turner............................................... ...L..............Assistant Editor Ellis McGaughcy Religious Editor Routh Clements . i Assistant Editor Lula Lawrence ..... ....... . . . Assistant Editor REUNION FOR THIS SUMMER IS PLANNED BY LOCAL STUDENTS Responding to a summons of the President of the student association a largo number of studen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1925

H&r t r4i "i -. ; i fr.-V s- vi ' fw . f' V j; V !4 MAY-TIME RECITAL IS GIVEN TUESDAY THE LONG And varied pro- gram WAS ENTHUSIASTICAL- LY RECEIVED BY THE LARGE AUDIENCE. A largo nudlcnco attended the May- Time recital which wns given In the auditorium last Wednesday evening. Many beautiful piano selections wcro played and these were very ably as- sisted by tho Choral club under the direction of Miss Myrtle Dunn. Dan- nlo Conlcy deserves honorablo men- tion as tho only man who appeared on tho program. Judging by those who appeared In recital one would have concluded that ho was listening to a recital In an Institution for girls only. Conlcy howovor saved tho au- dience from making such wrong con- clusions. This was one of tho most enjoyable recitals of tho year both because of tho quality and variety of the selec- tions given. Tho excellency of the entertainment spoke well for the ability of Miss Mnlone as an instructor of Piano. Tho unusually well rendered selections by tho cho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 May 1925

-ssi" ' J i a i eo .v '3 till JR.. SI 1 5L h I ! ! I. LF ; 5 1 MbMf I CO Iw V! 1 I I 111 s si r c It J I s 3E International Legal Reserve A GOOD OLD LINE COMPANY FIRST YEAR'S PREM1U Y ABILENE INVES FINANCIAL. AID EXTE ED POLICY HOLDE AND THIRD YE JNO. B. iST ONE tk FINANCED y J TMENTjgO. fDED DISTRESS- IS ORT SECOND PREMIUMS PRESIDENT 10 8 Second Street AND MANAGER t Central State Bank Bldg. A LARGE AUDIENCE ATTENDS TERM PUY UPWARDS OP FOUR HUNDRED PEOPLE WERE PRESENT TO SEE "THE GREAT DIVIDE" PRESENTED BY THE DRAM- ATIC CLUD. 19 Successful season & m " CLOSED THURSDAY (Continued from Pago Qno) wins over Daniel Baker 4 to 2 and 3 to 1. These victories gavo A. C. C. a standing of .607 for tho season ana enabled her to finish about fourth in tho T. I. A. A. When the curtain rung dpwn on the 1925 season tnrce four year men had played their last wttVi A. f!. n. Wnltor Adams second Tjasoman Esker Curtis catcher and Noble Forrester outnoia were ino men who closed their college athleti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

7 1200 THIS ISSUE Ci0Crfi''4 COME BACK NEXT YEAR umip wummfiit COME BACK NEXT YEAR - T VOLUME XII. STEWART PAINTS SCENES FUR THE H. M. S. PINAFORE Eminent Now York Artist Paints Canvas for Use In Light Opera To-morrow Evening IS GRADUATE OF OXFORD He Expresses a Favorabio Opinion of the Abiicno Christian College Student Body The work on tho scenes for the "H. M. S. Plnaforo" which is to bo presented to-morrow night is ncarlng completion and tho curtain promises to bo unusual both as to beauty of design and skill in workmanship. Tho curtain is being painted by Walter J. Stewart of New York City. Ho is being assisted by Roy E. Cokcr of Los Angeles. Mr. Stewart is a very capablo art- ist and has been employed in' tho painting of this samo production no less than half a dozen times. Be- sides painting in some of the largest cities in tho country such as Cincin- nati Scattlo Chicago Pittsburg and Detroit ho has been employed for a ttmo to do tho artist work for the Hippodrome Thoater of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

".VllF! wWJMiW.NK.j1 "V EVENSONG u m :t! i i-l n V ? :? . t$ffc4$ffl8& . Published Weekly by the Students of Abileno Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year...- $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association BURTON COFFMAN. Editor-in-Chief HENRY T. MOGG Jiusiness Manager Raymond Symcox Associate Editor Alvin Brown Assistant Manager Leslio NeilL......... . ..- Circulation Manager. Elwyn Bcdichek. Assistant Editor Myme Turner. . Assistant Editor Elli McGnuohev. J..:.- Religious Editor Routh Clements v Assistant Editor Lula Lawrence.... ......Assistant Editor "GOODBYE" With this the last lesuo of The Optimist for the present school year Is marked the closo of anothor chapter In! our college life. The past year with Its failures and its' successes Is behind us; the timo htB come to say good bye. Never again will this same student body assemble I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

x .jr MUJUWMmaQ aimm jayMtrwvMn nmmnw anuMvtfMM uial(UlilWWlJWllillliuiaWBlWIMWJMlMtttiWIIM WHAT A. C C OFFERS & 3 TIMES PRINTING CO. TO A. C. C. STUDENTS: m Mi E) !' n 'f l PRESENT EQUIPMENT. In order that tho studonts may ltvo In home-like comfortablo quarters have well-prepared wholesome and palatable meals mBy do their work with good tools such as literary and laboratory apparatus A bllano Christian College provided only first class equipment. On the campus are tho following: - Administration Building. This building contains three well- furnished collcgo offices an eight thousand volume library and reading room adjoining; laboratories and lect- ure rooms equipped with new and modern apparatus; a commodious' auditorium; instruction rooms for piano violin voico expression and art; offieo for tho Ptcbs Club: and eight additional class rooms. Students Homes. Daisy Hall and Zcllner Hall furnish very comfortablo modern homes for ono hundred and twenty-five girls. A modern stucco b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

ELLIS McGAUGHEY SPEAKS IN CHAPEL After tho usual scripture reading and announcements last Saturday morning Dro. Kills McGnughoy n student in tho college here made a talk on tho responsibility that we owo to tho pooplo of other nations that do not havo tho gospel. He told of tho duty that we owe to thoso peoplo and emphasized our obligations as Christians in regard to tho spreading of tho gospel. Ho ennumcratcd tho commands in tho Bible that bear upon our responsi- bility to tho people of other lands who do not havo God's word. In bringing out his point he called at- tention to tho statement of Paul in which ho declared that he was debtor both to tho Greek and to tho barbar- ian. Bro. McGaughcy then told of tho pitiable conditions that exist in tho various heathen countries of tho world. Special attention was brought to tho needful condition of tho Chinese Ninety per cent of tho inhabitants of that nation havo never even so much as heard tho namo of Jesus mentioned. Fully three-fourt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 May 1925

vfc Aubra 1). Hanowsky ciagiuiiKMUiMiMamm ill International Legal GRACE BARBER SHOP . j--p-r We Have a Big Assortment of Graduation' Gifts (SEE OUR NEW FLOWERS) MIMS THE STORE OF INDIVIDUALITY ON MIMS CORNER M !l' H Reserve A GOOD OL& LINE COMPANY; FIRST YEAR'S PREMIUM FINANCED y' - ABILENE INVESTMENT CO. FINANCIAL. AID EXTENDED DISTRESS- ED POLICY HOLDERS ON SECOND AND THIRD YEAR PREMIUMS JNO. B. STONE PRESIDENT AND MANAGER 1010 Second Street Ccntrnl Slnto Dank Bldg. Local Team Beats WintcrsJNino 17-0 (Continued from pg ona) by Thurman 3 by Powell 3 by John- son 4 by Chapman 1 by Scoggina 3. If it hadn't been for the first in- ning of yesterday afternoon's game between Thurbor and tho Abilene All Stars played hore tho affair would have resulted in a tio and tho teams might still bo battling down at T. P. Park. A necessary requirement of all basball games however is that they have a beginning and tho col- lection of Simmons and A. C. C. play- ers took advantage of that beginning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1925

1i r.'-U f '! yvM 'w "t i'ai i" -W - -!. 'TV. "v t ri .- it ll ! HiW WELCOME TO NEW- ' STUDENTS WILDCATS BEAT UtHPARD PAYNE t vj ' kbtiene Christian Colleg Altku ?-!-" VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1925. NUMBER 1 HHHHHHHHHHHBHHHMHHHHHIHHHlMMIIlMHHMHMSBaH z&iriFn ft&Hmms l M :; r." i 'iif i' '. r- ;.... .jw' .'l-''.'r. .if-vriwHuTi w -M5BV Trmi'i.. jii K'nwjf" yr wiirz-v "-. 'iz.wtr . . t 1 ks h - i m v m m m AT r BRIGHT PROSPECT IN SIGHT FOR RECORD ENROLLMENT LARGEST REGISTRATION IN HISTORY OF SCHOOL EXPECTED The opening song "All Hall tho Power" led by W. H. Free marked tho beginning of tho twentieth ses- sion of Abilene Christian College In tho college auditorium Tuesday September 22nd. The spacious audi- torium was filled to capacity before tho opening of tho program. All in- dications led to the conclusion that Ablleno Christian College was em- barking upon tho greatest year in tho history of tho institution duo to tho fnct that n larger st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1925

' v&Wblt rtL5J" .-. i ' r f fjjj ' - III II .11 II- 8 I. 31 i V I J. . V . -JT limmi Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 0 Subscription Per Year . . .- $1.50 Address nil correspondence and mnke nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas lnter-collegiato Press Association BUKTON COFPMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGHEY..... .ERNEST II. WITT. ...Assistant Manager Religious Editor Assistant Editor THIS IS IMPORTANT. Optimist advertising pays only in so far as the readers of the paper read the advertising and go to the denlors represented in these columns for tho merchandise needed. It may be safely snid that few If any of theso dealers wish to see Abilene Christian College students boycott firms who do not ndvertise in Tho Opti- mist. They invest in this advertising almost entirely from a purely business standpoint. Tru...

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