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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1925

fwOTSSMW';2 2S t l ' pyyfiy .; V'':nw vi; wff1 $ A lu ON LEAVE OP ABSENCE THE WILSON EATS DRINKS SWEETS AND SMOKES. . C. L. JOHNSON PROP. 222 PINE STREET. n iLfi it ti nana laajiffiiaasaaaiffl wi n :ni WILDCAT LINE-UP C1SSQMB Player Wt. Benll ... ..LlOO. No. C. Adams 1Z. Position 125 Q 1 G. Brown 13 . Q& II 170 It G epartment Store Clark 2 V. Smith 14 G. 180 L E 3 II. Porter 15 170. Stevens V 165. LH & P 140 Q Bullock 172. Tucker . 140. 4 Cates 10 L T 105 . T 5 Rogers 1-17 SHINESI SHINES! Boy"Dick"gives H 105 L T Oh! Boy Dick gives good Tfrnr:mrr;ragHMMBiBWwwiiMffl j J shines. IN GRACE HOTEL BARBER SHOP ! Dnmron 180 Hnwkins 160 Colley 160 0 C. Brown f 18 C 105 E .! 7 Kenley 19 II 158 H 8 Richards 20 L E 170 E HOWARD L. SCHUG B. A. M. A. Bro. II. L. Schug who for several years has been hend of the Foreign Langungo Department in Abilene Christian College is now away on leave of absence. Ho is doing work toward his Ph. D. degree in tho Uni- versity of Texas. Bro. Schug his wife...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 September 1925

"-- Jm - r ML.... . VW 4 "-f: txhit A- -vyfY vt" r-?r-';jw rr' rtpwTp ; M"3BSraMfr u1tt-ft'Ai ikmrnttmamkisam t . '?: un -- -- . --T-TT " --. .-J i . - tl S-fSKSK ' - " - " V-KF" J v jj & K H Wildcats Swat Those Yellow jackets AND SHOP AT THE ! ITvlHliweEf' DETAKIMENr STORES. 070 STORES IN 44 STATES HOOKER-KREAGER acifflMMBMfflfflaKggH Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thad- dous Bookout Dallas was tho scene of tho wedding of Herbert D. Hooker Lubbock and Miss Orleana Krcagerj Sherman on August 20th. Tho cere- mony was performed by Stephen D. Eckstein who is doing vnlunblo mis- sionary work among the Jews of Dallas. Mr. Hooker attended A. C. C. last year as a ministerial student. Ho is best known around tho campus as tho general repair man. His ability to handle tho repair work has gained him many friends in A. 0. C be sides being an all around student. Mrs. Hooker is very popular among tho students and has been ono of tho leading students of Missionary work for tho last year. Tho weddin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 October 1925

. .... .- '.' '.;-. ' ' ' '' -'iww f-ljl i ji . i iiimBM - ii ii iiimi iir 'rti jg liii 'tirf tij jnMn irillf C' ) v f - i " 1 . . f k : WILDCATS SCRATCH THE MUSTANGS VOLUME XIII. RECORD WILDCATS LOSE FIRST GAME TO HOWARD PAYNE THURSDAY punting duel between tow- ell and McAllister is feature op game Tho Abilene Christian College Wild- cats opened tho football season Thursday afternoon at tho West Texas Fair when they suffered de- feat by tho strong Howard Payne eleven 18 to 0. Tho contest was largely a punting duel between Theo Powell playing nt fullback and Mc- Allister Howard Payne left half. Tho Wildcats were credited with kicking 20 times and tho Yellow Jackets 23 times. Although defeated the work of tho A. C. C. lino from end to end was good.. It virtually stopped tho fast Yellow Jacket backflcld in its tracks allowing but Ave first downs all coming in tho second half. How- ard Payno gained 05 yards and A. C. C. 27 yards from scrimmage during tho cntiro game. Aside from tho def...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 October 1925

i'i'-.i.'a lUwfli&i I All! Hi Mt'gl llll rw "V f m 9 1 . $81 m I t -' ! ! s OfTlco Administration Building ftoom 0 Subscription Per Year . . ... .. . . Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. ..$1.60 Address all correspondence and make nil Money Orders Paynblo to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-colleglnto Press Association UUKTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Assoclnto Editor PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGHEY- ERNEST II. WITT Assistant Manager Religious Editor Assistant Editor Reporters this issuo: Thalia Daloy Elwyn Bcdichck Ailecn Cook Virgil Smith Harvoy Porter. "OBEY ORDERS" Two meetings wcro recently called by the Dean of Women and Manager of tho Men's Building in nn effort to secure tho cooperation of tho students towards complying with tho rules of tho college. Abilene Christian Col- lego has long been noted for the manner in which tho student body obeyed the rules of tho school. Despite tho fact th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 October 1925

aMW31Li-!if4m.'i - u MiSmW-iiniWmBlWWt .? s MP7 i-TWi ?:''. . ' Bffi - : 'SB . j -- B r rrivn urn nmv m" W-.''' ' if v ' ' i.T ?;. 7VL . ;nm A ill' H a. ' -a 0 V -T wv 4ft M Jk'X i THE MANY CHANGES INCLUDE MOVING OF THE OLD PRESS ROOM Tho moving of tho Press Room from room 8 infcho Ad building to tho old Book Storo Htnnd In tho Chomlstry building is onojf tho noted changes of tho yenr. Tho vacated room is boing converted into a class room to fill tho demand for rooms that can hardly bo supplied. Tho old room was Initially used by President Barrett tho first president of A. C. C. Later when tho addition wus built onto tho Study Hall tho president's offico was moved to its present position. Tho room was used as a class room for a fow years and was later converted Into tho Press Room whoro It stood until tho present removal. It has been tho scono of tho plann- ing of many collcgo annuals and from its domains tho Optimist has ovolved for a number of years. Only human oxperlonco can rela...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 October 1925

JJ LMfci IT I w I 1 PREACHER STUDENTS RETURN TO A. C. C. WITT McGAUGHEY tflLL AND WALLACE HE- TORN YOUNG MEN'S MEETING OCTOBER 5 1925 SUBJECT: SURE THINGS Among tho new students and the old students thnt have already ap- peared on tho Campus of A. C. C. thcro arc seen tho faces of qulto a numbdr of preacher students. Many of thorn wero hero last year and como back with various reports of their work this summer. Somo of them held their first meetings during tho past few months and as a result of this new experience in life they are filled with determination to equip themselves better now realizing more fully tho valuo of truo preparedness in tho preaching of tho Gospel. Although many more ministerial students nro yet to nppear who will report their work later it is inter- esting to note tho reports of those who have already returned. Brother Ernest Witt has been en- gaged in evangelistic work part of tho summer rendering great service as a song leader. Ho was with Brother G. E. McCal...

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

?vt.jt-vff.o'Z'3' v . WILDCATS BUFFALO THE TEACHERS DON'T WAIT TOO LATE STUDY NOW 1 VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1925. NUMBER 3 WILDCATS SCORE TOUCHDOWN ON M. U. i. -? Contest Now on to Select the Prickly Pear Queen CHOOSE YOUR CANDIDATE WATCH 'EM GO The contest thnt Is now being conducted by The Prickly Pear to determine what girl will be hon- ored with the title of "Prickly Pear Queen" in the yearbook for the present session is now de- manding a lot of attention. All of the classes have selected their candidates and the race is now on. Editor Riley is preparing to take charge of the enormous amount of money that is certain to be expended by students many of whom arc going to spare no effort whatever to put over their candidate. The four candidates who have been selected one of whom will be the "Prickly Pear Queen" arc given below. LOUISE MILLER The senior class selected their can- didate for high honors in tho Prickly Pear Queen contest that Is now bo-...

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

3 dritaaMi MMMrMMMMMMMMMIMM r 'K ! M ' Vl - - ill' I1' s in v Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. OfTlco Administration Building Room G Subscription Per Year . $1.50 Address nil correspondence and niuko oil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-collcgiato Press Association BUKTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor OPTIMIST REPOTEHS PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGHEY-X ERNEST II. WITT- ROBERT COFFMAN ...Assistant Manager Religious Editor Assistant Editor Circulation Manager Reporters for this issuo: Ernest Witt Thelma Daley Elwyn Bedichek Louise Kirk J. C. Greene Robert CoiTman and Ailcno Cook. PURPLE IS FOR LOYALTY AND WHITE IS FOR TRUTH AND RIGHT. (Continued from Pago One) bo that you can only lend your support by a kindly and encouraging word to somo of the warriors themselves. It may bo that your best service will bo to help in keeping those Wildcats aware through every m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 October 1925

V J i j'111 J JL Tny m tt I 'fc'l.' 1' 1 $' T'V r V f rt Vn f Some Heroes of Saturday 9s Game CMJiflOJiufl! una urn (ujEHiHBjmiiamiiraiffiiajniffinH GPISSOM'S Department Store vmimmtmwmwmmmxmxmmmmvimmvmmamv isnMSMapjaaMaaifflE3EEiajaBaissj3EjaM2jajsM5 HAVE YOU TRIED OUR. CTi 4 - t BimnriXrnfirimniitiimiiai j MEHjMhbsH Hi i u ii iii i M Bcnlo Bcall half Bill Stevens half Theo Powell fullback Dnlton Hill center Gcorgo Brown guard "PlfTlo" Kerr guard WILDCAT SCHEDULE (Corrected) A. C. C. Oct. 0 nt Abilene . Oct. 1G- nt Abilene Oct. 23 nt Dnllns Oct. 31 nf Fort Worth Nov. 0 nt Clarendon Nov. 11 nt Abilene Nov. 20 at Brownwood A game with Randolph College Cisco nt Abilene is being negotiated. Opponcts ..JT Canyon Normnl n. .....:..: Enst Texas Teachers-. Dallas University .. Texas Christian University . Clnrcndon College .. Texas Tech . Daniel Baker. itated that ho outplayed his opponent throughout the encounter. None of the regulars aro incapi- cated by injuries and A. C. C.'s strongest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 October 1925

Xi mi" Kait-i.- '?" .itHfSTT . " ; . w y irnrji-j nrarn k'l ill IP J Ml iWV Dayton Thorohred Tires A. C. C. ORCHESTRA ASSISTED BY OLD VETERA NTHURSDAY -i4r? itei4 to cfo Superior Service on all Types of Automobiles They are Guaranteed to Deliver Satisfaction to the User and Twenty- six HICKS RUBBER CO. Stores in Texas Stand Solidly Behind this Guar antee. Hicks Rubber Co. Telephone 279 Park Bldg. Abilene Texas sera YOUNG MEN'S MEETING October 12 1925 7:00 1 M. TEACHINGS OF JESUS. On Ambition Matt. 20:27. On Pleasure John 15:11. On Temptation Matt. 20:41. On Adversity John 1C:33. Auditorium Leader Eugene Kraner Song Leader Loyd Hill Reader Billy Hall Prayer Al K. Hall . First Speaker Earl Kerr . Second Speaker.. Gcorgo King Third Speaker Francis King Fourth Speaker J. D. Moss .. Faculty . Witt . Room 7 Stanley Mitchell- Harold McDonald -John McKenzic . . D. Mobs .. . Ted Norton... . . Clarence Nelson . . .D. P. Share. ... II. Sweet .. .Weems . . Room 10 Ellis McGaughcy . Lewis Norman...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 October 1925

t U " J ' l BOOST THE "QUEEN" CONTEST FRESHMEN HAVE YOUR PICTURES MADE IM1 VOLUME-XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1925. NUMBER 4 3SSA LfC MLm Jiff AL - t u Bw t M r-' IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS MISSIONARY TO INDIA "Abilene has more college stu- dents enrolled than any other city in Texas save Austin." "What is she now this border town Queen of the West of great renown and Christian College is her crown Abilene fair Abilene." After tho Wildcats hnvo whetted their claws on a herd of West Texas Buffaloes last Friday they were look- ing forward to a real meal of East Texas Lions. Their appetites will be whetted keener for a real scrapping feast of Dallas Catholics. Today the careful student can see examples of boys and girls who arc selling their birthrights for a campus course and a couple of hamburgers. The pages of modern history as well as medieval and ancient arc spotted with examples of nations that have festered and rotted under the conditions of social ruin and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 October 1925

Li;?JU-K5IrJ" -f C J wrto -' '.M SV.. " v. ? .. w t r v .. . .S ' .. . i i . ' '.1 1""" -." ? i CC - YiivA W V?V . " THE OPTIMIST ?Htf ft. r4 i:r r 'IV- U '4 i "sftf fiOlmBtl Published Weekly by tho Students of Abllcno Christian College. Office Administration Building: Room 0 Subscription Per Year ?1.G0 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to TUG OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Toxas Inter-collegiate Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor YOUNG MEN'S MEETING On On On PRICE SANDERS- ELLIS McGAUGHEY ERNEST H. WITT ROBERT COFFMAN. Elwyn Bedlcheck Assistant Manager Religious Editor Assistant Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Reporters this issue: Marguerite Carpenter Ailecn Cook Thalia Daley Ima Fuchs Louise Kirk Allan Walker Jean Salycr Cecil Hill Hubert Sweet and Altha Lcggctt. "SEVEN COLUMNS" Ambition Pleasure John 15:11. Temptation Matt. 20:41. On Adversity John 10:33. Audit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 October 1925

r" "' T ' ifcyrv 75 w ?"T? J t M f A VI THE OPTIMIST Page Three C. WILDCATS DEFEAT WEST TEXAS TEACHERS t I .. J J pf A. C rj 1 1 $ t. '.j V ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE SCORES TWO TOUCHDOWNS ON THE CANYON BUFFALOES FRIDAY A. C. C. GETS FIRST WIN OF SEASON; SCORE 13-0; GAME PLAYED IN RAIN A TOUCHDOWN EARLY IN FIRST PERIOD BY BILL STEVENS ENABLES WILDCATS TO GAIN AND MAINTAIN LEAD. Playing on n field almost covered with water and a cold rain falling during tho entire gamo the A. C. C. Wildcats wcro victorious over the West Texas Buffaloes by a score of 13 to 0 Friday evening at Parramore Field Simmons University. On ac- count of the inclement weather the gamo was moved to Simmons whero It could be played on a sodded field. Only a small crowd witnessed the game. Stevens Score). Tho Christians scored during tho first five minutes of play when Halo's punt was blocked by A. C. C. lines- men. Powell mado five yards through the line. Stevens ran through right tackle for a twenty yard run and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 October 1925

"- : ';v$T;:v- ' ': r-.;1?--: .;''-;'-' - :A:;'-"-'--.'.'f ' ' '...''. .:'. .v.vrttni i.-titWfcwteiCTiiIWwNultitwMit ..- (...." .-: .y l'-i-. tw .-.'- -'' . .' j.-ii v. ' ' i ' -.' ' i '. '' ' - ' '-') '' f i V '-' i. ." ' ii m iii i'i n j i - -r--- ii ii iii rr-'-n - . . . . . . . .. - Pago Four THE OPTIMIST -? M- VJI-- -.' nd"--: YZA ?. 7 6 DESHA RECEIVES HARVEY PORTER MACBETH TO SHOW BROTHER AND SISTER DESHA WILL SHORTLY SAIL FOR INDIA. "I will feel safer in Indin prenching the gospel of Christ to those people than I would feel in America sur- rounded by nil tho luxuries of life." This was a statement made by Bro. Georgo Desha at the shower that was given him Monday evening in the college auditorium by the three local Churches of Christ. This was a very unique meeting. Bro. Cox Dean of the college and secretary of the Brond of Elders of tho College Church had charge of tho service. The program was opened by the singing of "There's a Call Comes Ringing." After the singing Bro. Cox...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 October 1925

rat ol-fcafz MMHMMM XtM 6 i. " .VWF 'w !.!.;." 'v-1.x'f BKpwT"T-rf ' 'v T"'" -y " " TflKi-fTi"" i. htf 'i PAY FOR YOUR PRICKLY PEAR NOW WILDCATS MOUNT THOSE CATHOLICS !f VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. THURSDAY OCTOBER 22 1925. NUMBER 5 J -- I nTtf! 1 . V IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS Well your Uncle Ike 1b Rettlnc old but he snw a drove of Lions try to whip a bevy of Wildcats for the first time in his life. He is n noted wildcat hunter and trapper and has observed wild cat habits up trees in dens and traps but he never saw in all his life such a bunch of rctrcntin' wildcats as he saw Monday at the Fair Park. They backed up so much that on Tuesdny morning they put their shoes on the wrong feet and their shirts on hind part before The Point oj View. "To err is human; to forgive divine We'll all admit as true of course Llut if the sin is yours forgiveness mine I've noticed that it lias unusual force." This business of being neighbor hs its handicaps especially when you have n dog and ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 October 1925

vtttXVr'Si' "'''r'kkS f (.tMi "n PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST i -m r ' :- b& r- J.1 lA-t m KW ;j & m ; "V dH I Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. OiTIco Administration Building Room 0 Subscription Per Year . . . ... .....$1.50 Address nil correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association !' BURTON COPFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PEN FEATHERS OF PEGASUS (By Chas. R. Brewer). PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGIIEY ERNEST II. WITT ROBERT COPFMAN. Elwyn Bedicheck Assistant Manager Religious Editor -Assistant Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Importers this issue: Hubert Sweet Millard Humphrey Cecil Hill Thalia Dailcy Virgil Smith Nell Chism Loid Wilmon Sallle Jordan and Thclma Price. NOTICE! CITIZENS OF ABILENE! You arc always welcome to attend games played by the Abilene Christian College Wildcats. The small crowd of tow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 October 1925

FT Mgf y Jf - f - p-'kmmKmwFimuK4 Ife '' W SiV THE OPTIMIST Pago 3 5 WILDCATS WALLOP EAST TEXAS TEACHERS MONDAY 19-0 8 I ? c .s IS i L V ft- ' . T. I. A. A STANDING IS INCREASED MORRISMENA POWERFUL WILCAT DEFENSE IS FEATURE OF GAME WITH LIONS In spite of the many pemiltlen assessed the Morrismen A C. C. was able to win her second T. I. A. A. game of the season here Monday nftcrnoon over the East Texas TcachcrB eleven by a score of 10 to 0. This triumph over the Com- merce Lions places A. C. C at 6G7 per cent in the percentage column and gives the Wildcats an excellent opportunity to finish second or third in the T. I. A. A. If the Wildcats succeed in winn- ing over the Hillbillies of Brown- wood their standing will ' in- creased to 7130 per ceit A ac rnrillnir it nrnunnl nu1 u ilin ic- s that is about as well a; '. I. A. A. teams will d' The Lions we .y outclassed during the nhnlt game although they staged a hrlllib. . mine-back via the ueriol route near the iloe of the lirsl half c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 October 1925

Br " N -ftMitoawf.H V!s3 if Jtf-1i-'t--i-.iii i i i p THE OPTIMIST Pago 4 til 11 I Km' y" I u i N. irAJ ?. S'x 'i 4 It' - J.. -r'"J "fSMIt" SINGS WITH A. C. C QUARTET BBBTMrn"1 'Willi Wi?pfflifW?KVWK .JKjiZCT il Innf liar SSphhSpb UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESIDENT IS GUEST JOKES Dr. Splawn president of the University of Texas with II. J. Lutcher Stark presi- dent of the UnUersity Board of Regents and Mr. Simmons of Orange who is a member of the board of regents spent Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morn ing in Abilene enoutc to Dig Lake some distance west of San Angelo for an inspec- tion of tlio university oil lands. They were guests of Judge C. M. Caldwell a former member of the University Board of Regents who took them for a visit to the local col- leges and high school. Dr. Splawn said that it had been a treat for him to visit the city's institutions of learning and expressed the opinion that there must be many citizens of the city who arc getting a great deal out of life as the sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 October 1925

VOLUME XIII. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. THURSDAY OCTOBER 29 1925. NUMBER 6 ;c A &??! m 1L -. 1 ft IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS Somebody Is always taking the joy out of life. This only applies to the students that have been sleeping late carrying too many campus courses and eating too many hamburgers. Well what I stnrted to say was that the mid- term examinations nre on and may your work these past six weeks have been so thorough that you could face a whole regiment of teachers with their latest rapid fire questions. Forward 1 March! Tho faculty of Abileno Chriatinn College seems to have mado lots of money these few summer months or clso havo an enormous amount of credit. Sevornl of them nre sporting new enrs. The latest model yet seen is the Carr owned by our smiling academy teachor Miss Wood. One of the saddest things about jealousy is that you can't get a cure for it. "Beans form n fine brain-food". Undo Ike has always been ns fond of them as n Mexican but this is tho first time he eve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 October 1925

) jyjgL AlfSMUK i PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST i C lo- P I S. " JL apK Ti q i Btdtmutti Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 0 Subscription Per Year $1.60 Address nil correspondence and make nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-colleginto Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PEN FEATHERS OF PEGASVS (By Chas. R. Brewer). SLIME-RICKS PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGHEY.. ERNEST II. WITT. ROBERT COFFMAN.. ELWYN BEDICHECK. Assistant Manager Religious Editor Assistant Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Reporters this issue: Hubert Sweet Millard Humphrey Cecil Hill Thalia Dai ley Virgil Smith Nell Cliism Loid Wilmon Sallie Jordan and Thclma Price. CRAMMING Cramming! Cramming! Cramming! Every student on the campus is doing it and not being corrected. The faculty stand back and gaze on in amazement whilo the students s...

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