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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 October 1925

"SfT5?B?S? saBasaBBBaHsa.MHsWHl'HHsBsB.BHMBslssBi .-r f f . m M U .v V" Christians Defeated Friday by Dallas University Score 13 th 3 in Hard Fought Game INTENSE HEAT THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON SLOWS UP PLAY -KERR KICKS A FIELDGOAL FOR WILDCAT SCORE EARLY IN FIRST PERIOD. ' 'lliilrifr- THE OPTIMIST Pn8 3 : IffiW M"'""-""""M" .a..a.a.a.w..aaa.a aM ( M ii i i i aa . . TjrJff kPtlZt ijnHBffliiifflRBfflfliaBffiijafflai $ A long pass across tho goal line in tho first period coupled with a forty yard run in tho fourth period en- abled tho University of Dallas to forco the small end of n 13-3 count off on the Abilene Christian College Wlldcnts in a hotly contested gome played at Gardner Park Dallas last Friday afternoon. One of tho features of tho game aside from tho regular scoring was a long run by George Tucker who re- ceived a punt on his own two yard line and carried tho ball to his op- ponents forty yard line. Tucker was tackled by several Dallas man before ho was downed by tho last ma...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 October 1925

X 8W- ' P TJl.i T '" 1" -f ' rf S . . - . ' Tl - J. ' ruga h THE OPTIMIST - - - - . i mz BsM&t ' v -v rVfW W i n '. 1 I' f T k i .. m-j w CO If J SOCIAL-IIOURISTS STAGE RUSH The sontor soclnl-hourlsts staged n grand rush for tho east parlor in Zellner Hall last Thursday night whqn announce- ment was made of tho Corr- Wood consummation which had been tho subject of prophets for quite awhile. Tho new parlor had been on probation ever since it was completed at the opening of school. Tho seniors were doubtful as to the favor- able conditions of tho now room and genornlly preferred tho old stand by the west parlor. But now the new parlor has a reputation as trustworthy as any' other reception room In tho girls' halls. Today tho 'rush has included a few lower class- men and one faculty member who feci lucky on regular nights. Tho serious situation may lead to the establishment of time cards each aspirant his quota of time. STUDENTS RAISE OVER SEVEN HUNDRED DOLLARS (Continued From Page...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 November 1925

' vvrrr" v7-- r S?fl v. -x WV 3&a;..I VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CIIIUSTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 1925. NUMBER 7 "Vl ' - ' -.-- ; BEAT CLARENDON :'y ' '' ' ' L.-i THEN TECH . "t '- 'l..-TLi fflvVM i I Ik t 1 J mil 1 I I M IMIX 1 ;Ji 1 IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS Custom is a wonderful thing. It is nothing more than habit covering a little more geography. We all oppose deep down in our -hearts any violent change. Wo hnte to grow old to give up our friends to experience the new styles and to adjust ourselves to our surroundings even if it be a tack In our shoe. (7) Tho "Wildcat Menu for 1925: Yellow Jackets. Mustang Ponies. Buffaloes. Lions. Hllltoppcrs. Horned Frogs. Bulldogs. Matadors. Hill Billies. Your love for dear old Chri- tion College is measured by the Ideals you have the dreams you have for her and the amount of sacrifice you have made or will make for her. Love of Alma Mater comes third to Church and Home. Undo Iko is mighty fond of sports. Nothing makes tho thrills "run tho sca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 November 1925

U-. . f. r 4-L-J A PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST u ' t"" Wp' i1 '"' i. iA....' ijiirtiMii iinijrfi)Miyiipyi.li iiiif.liiiiiiiiLii nr.. .1. .". .. i. i. .'l.L'. . .i".? "JUL i"'r;'g;' " " v-'-xv"'' " ""t a MssaaiBTtKgm.-iA rsiv ftjjj.s-w- . -- - Lania '.' .. Hm Si llj&j$IMt Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Offlco Administration Building Room C Subscription Per Year $1.50 iV Address nil correspondence nnd make nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-colleglato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PEN FEATHERS OF PEGASUS The following "porno" was found on the Pen Feather desk. It was pre- sumably dragged In by the Offlco Cnt. Evidence however seems to indicate that it was coaxed from the Muso by the Editor-in-Chief in a tlmo of mel- ancholy. Sinco it comes to tho "colyum" editor unnamed ho takes the liberty to call it PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGIIEY ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 November 1925

" ".. -.;&& y$ipmkW!&Pw. THE OPTIMIST WILDCATS LEAD T. C. U. FROGS FOR THREE PERIODS &- HPVVIHHMVnfMMMHpiMmMMnHHMMM pg8 li I.SWR i li:. w Kit &V l-'- .-f iw f . y sr ft A ' a- i 3&: la. n " Af '-rf ru ' $. t -r. fc"f v - r-x MJ V K i MJ FIRST TEAM PLAYS WHOLE GAME; FROGS WON; FINAL SCORE 21-9 WILDCAT LINE HOLDS BEFORE FROG ATTACK LIKE WALL OF STONE NOT UNTIL LAST TEN MINUTES OF PLAY WERE COACH HELL'S MEN AIJLE TO DEFEAT THE MORRIS AGGREGATION The Wildcats of Abilene Chris- tian College again proved them- selves to be one of most formid- able elevens in the entire T. I. A. A when they succeeded in maintaining the lead ocr the T. C. U. Horned Frogs during the first thrco quarters of the game played in Fort Worth last Saturday. Although the game ended with T. C. U in possession of the heavy end of a 21-9 score the Wildcats were able to hold the lead until the last ten minu- tes of tho game. To say the least of it the Wildcats certain- ly did throw consternation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 November 1925

?!&&: idmmLy. ... .. . "-. s--yss-w&xr- -.wmfflmtmmmm&wm - & r : : .." - . : .. u- j ppffmm Pngb4 THE OPTIMIST NWHlUtUIMM'lL. .'.. .1. r . n -' . LW'2iV..-'"K .. ' .. ftM-fT I fi?mJMtTts A3U. Vmi i.Jt : ' A ! . '..'v.-. . . ' : . -- .. . . - - illllllu "' 1 !!! M Ml ! ! PHM II iMMlMil -h -- -i '' M :j. 'J1'4"i IJBJ TfrLJiT-r TBgwEt?lf f "k .. t " ' a lV ;;' & . n T ' MyFV 7l6. - .-v- ';v A''!fl3rv yf )l I EC 1 ; ' r- rf.: I! i 'v I 1 '' Young Men's Meeting NOVEMBER 9 1925. 7:00 P. M. SUBJECT: HELPING OTHERS 1. Helping by Supplication 1 Tim. 2:1-8. 2. 'Helping by Lovo 1 John 3:14-18. 3. Helping by Living Tltua 2:7-8. 4. Helping by Loyalty Isa. 02:1-7. Auditorium Room 7 H. V. Stnndloy- Glenn Wallace- Song Leader .Ben Nowhouso Ernest Witt Leader- Room 10 L. L. Blakney .Burton Coffman Reader-. John McKenzlo Duprco McGrady Emery Mooro Prayer-Virgll Smith Lewis Shipman Allen Walker 1st Speaker Willie Treat Willot Thomas . Fred Ashley 2nd Speaker... Avis Wiggins Per...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 November 1925

WILDCATS LOSE TO TEXAS TECH MATADORS 7 TO 10 i r? j -v 1 I I J IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS Many program! and plans have failed in their efforts because of the lack of a leader. Abilene Christian College has the nucleus of one of the finest college hands in Texas with brand new uniforms ap- portionment of a part of the Student Ac- tivities Fee student interest anxiety and well-wishes yet WHAT? The Band with- out a Leader. So Sow! "So w a thought and reap an act; Sow an act and reap a habit; Sow a hahit and reap a character; Sow a character and reap a destiny." A boy or girl with a great faith will have a great future. Uncle Ike likes to quote from others for he realizes that their thoughts are high- er and greater than his thoughts and their ways better than his ways. Many people talk about the three It's Read in' 'ritin' and 'rithmetic which every one should know. True the three It's are the cornerstone of our educational struc- ture yet the framework of this great build- ing is made up of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 November 1925

;rc ' 'vai HfyrflSrsWBnHI 3 r t fcMMMMft it i rtiMiil HJ ES&ffleftSKS EssniBwgmlmjiW i.3!!WwWj A. A3SiPP"B g ... .iium- p. 'V - PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST U Zellner Hall m WLJgu "O 'MVV m ?M. m ur tvl lm t t . . 'iisi i 1 -wl - t.$ Hi- t N- i . I w m 1 1 Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. I OfTico Administration Building Room 0 . Subscription Per Year .$1.60 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-collcgiato Press Association BURTON COPFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGHEY. ERNEST II. WITT ROBERT COFFMAN- ELWYN BEDICHECK- .Assistant Manager -Religious Editor Assistant Editor .Circulation Manager Assistant Editor ARMISTICE DAY. Tho Armistice Day parade yesterday called our attention to the terrible days of the Great War when men left their homes and friends and crossed the ocean to fight for tho cause of freed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 November 1925

V T i?-" ' VrCMS' iwmifi urn rim m DjMutumiimmaiuamEiiaiuMinHC mssoM'S epartment Store wmmmjmmmmmmmmwmm& cuiffiutttiBiwcflaBEcnfflHBffin MiuuffijJMKUuiujaiiaujfOT 0 lw!PB8BJ82ffiS? V " w - ' 'WtyfmVtfmmMpv-AL . ... . MJBBWWiMiltlllMiiiWmnmir f .'' V ffTffl"TBHBmBnrffffmrTffflfBwWBTBBBBfTiBWJiiaBa i mii (! - B-TJjfatiiTAi r y TRTflBSB9BBvsivsaw4B?ii ' LZjBffZBlBHPBBBBBHftBVyVA( iCSMlHRBSw!KBBBBBBfl ifrCS i PRBBfl EW 'H Eli Pago 3 'dfli M flr i jijM3MMafcS?B?ffWPWW!JWWjry773c. w-.-. T . ra.- LBI dMEBT VJHt IW11 H HH 1W SniKa.Un.lIV f ft.-ii aW - TVininHi 1MB II I CULtOr " VUDHK.IK'Uki. J. VSta 10. T J .CTJ "aVMHT WtflF jj T it-rf! - .( ' JWVtf . -. ' fli " ". .V 1 -A Mar W3 - ." I THE OPTIMIST I JW A . IH Hjmsv"' ' tmismmfrfiffSISSSSiWlS v& wS.wwn?! " 865 - :' 5 '?P: U I' . 'vwr. '..! J1 H i Jti BfaUj9 Woyy B loBF BB i'r'M ETsHE " ' Im(4JBRIf& '' v" vy jtv Tvvw V-V .jBIEjyByByjBrBBBByyBBlBBlByByByByByByByBM Wildcats Will Close Season at Brownwood Turkey Day WILDCATS WILL C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 November 1925

mmm$wm r '.. '5-f!. VH m&mz 'jMKQftmniMK iyteei.eiSWK5CiJ rA'Wa ' x.-ff r w "' Jf ' y.y V??VS"' Pago 4 THE OPTIMIST 1 !f urar symphony orchestra CHARMS IN RECITAL LAUGHTER UNDERTAKING COMPANY Private Ambulanco PHONE 4 G 0 wnuiiromiaiinim t' IM w I LET "TINY" M1LHOLLAND HAVE YOUR TAILOR WORK College Tailor Shop m V BICKFORD'S DRUG STORE DRINKS AND SODAS I ! i)t(ro(fflroOTnOTii)nwmrOTOT m rS;'' V r ' 3i l. -j k bi y i. I jM Sb Iff fl ir l- - - - - I' ' I Is I A ' "I V: r i . ' '.-. ' ." ' rrtr y ivi "' I 'I!" r fM -. . & lrflaaaaaaaaHflSbuc.jwA& ' Jt4"KEMUvKlmL " v1 " t JaaaBBBBBBBsV X ffl -?' $3 77 M ff00 a Program in A. C. C. Soon TEP-SQUAD OFFSETS LOSS OF GAME WITH WINNING PEP STUNTS SERIES OF BEAUTIFUL DEMON- STRATIONS FEATURED BY THE "C" FORMATION ARE GIVEN m A. C. C. lost the game jeslcrday but the pep squad certainly carried off the honors during the half. They staged many beautiful pep demonstrations including the formation of the famous "C" and won by a large majo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 November 1925

:&: ?: '""mwH ' S.r '.jJMMUMo . . .. i ' i "ffj ...".. -'V mittiigaw iLJjti-aaaa.:vBL:t.- .--. .:-'....-....: I BEAT DANIEL BAKER fiHl1 flhttl tltTtllI 1" BEAT DANIEL BAKER VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 19 1925. NUMBER 9 IBR . ' ... T5 I MflPHFRn ANn iVeiw Cioress Street Church SFNI0RS WIN fHAMPIONSHIP 1 T1 ; .- w rv... V v u ' Ifc' k 0 '. v IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS .'ifc "- uuiJiiiM u xjmwfth 1 IMMliB MIJUMUILF 1A.IW fcJW 1AV A IIAAI VAAAAAIAA AVA1VAAAA JPW MHM? - - Abllcno Christian College stu- dents will remember Standlee Mitchell for ages for his rendition of "Hiram Went to Town" and "Tho Valiant". His famous soltalro strolls and unique smile wont rub off of our memory. This is not his obituary. Tho Wildcats did not beat Texas Tech but they gavo them tho battle of their lives. Tho scare wnB so great that they will never look natur- al again. Did you sec that crowd ch "Tho Largest Football Audience Ever Gathered in Abllcno." "Tho Students in Antioch Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 November 1925

A !V 'HS 1 I i - - M a v i 1 5 (t. I 3JjjtMi A. jij: Published' Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. .Subscription Per Year. Office Green Building Room A $1.50 Address nil correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-colleglato Press Arsoclation DUItTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGIIEY ERNEST H. WITT ROBERT COFFMAN ELWYN BEDICHEK .Assistant Manager -Religious Editor .Assistant Editor . Circulation Manager Assistant Editor THE FAD. Tho effect on the eye of the latest thing out is not so glaring as the red tics were some months ago. but it is just as striking. Thoy tako up a great deal of space in school and other places but nover a sound is heard from them. Tho majority of tho boys seem to like them for they are wear ing them either for style or for looks. The new addition to the college is the big bottom trousers. It is quite t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 November 1925

- ' '.;'' ' .'-.- -r.T'7:" .: - T'- 7- :r'vJ7HP?m t . jr .rr""-' l ' .: T ' : -7 T 5 ' -- HBMB& V r- T Pogo. 3 ..ii '-:s.M V L jj iiAMmhttujtkMtAMimmmlMMmLMiilMmtMitrMtAMa mMMMmpw Sfffigfr -' . THE OPTIMIST to-t; isj" ?-s v - $. S " i M .' 4 Ti 'Jfc I:" I '.V 3 '.4 Iff' fcaM 1 -i! 1 r" AC "(If ' 1 w 5 T THE PRICKLY Iflr NOW ON TUESDAY DECEMBER THE FIRST THERE WILL BE HELD ANOTHER CONTEST UNDER THE DIRECTION OP THE PRICKLY PEAR. THIS ONE IS ALL TOGETHER DIFFERENT FROM THE "QUEEN" CONTEST. EACH STUDENT THAT HAS PAID FOR HIS ANNUAL WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE FREE FOR ALL SIX FAVORITES. THOSE THAT HAVE PAID ONLY ONE DOLLAR WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE FOR ONLY ONE GIRL THOSE THAT HAVE PAID TWO DOLLARS WILL BE ALLOWED TO VOTE FOR TWO GIRLS AND SO ON UP TO THE FOUR AND ONE HALF DOLLARS j WHICH IS THE FULL PAYMENT; AND THEY WILL BE GIVEN THE FULL SIX VOTES WHICH ARE EQUIVALENT TO THE BOO VOTES PROMISED THEM ON THEIR RECEIPT. THE POLLS WILL OPEN IM- MEDIATELY AFTER CHAPEL ON TUESDAY MORNING DEC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 November 1925

H ' Pago ! I 1 ! K S m r1 1 l i- T I 1 . T ps ; y New Shipment of Suits including the popular double-breasted Blue Cheviots. If you are going to dress up for the approaching holidays come in and select your suit fiom our stork of smart new models made by Hart Schaffuer and Marx and other good clothes makers. Outstanding values in good clothes $25.00 and up. Young Men's Meeting MONDAY NOV. 23 SUBJECT: . oTho Light of the World. Our Savior i - TOur King. "' Our Example. 'Scriptures to bo selected by speakers. Auditorium Leader Clarence Nelson Song Leader . J. S. Gibson Reader Dupreo McGrady Prayer.. Harold McDonald 1st Speaker 2nd Speaker Srd Speaker 4th Speaker Faculty Ted Norton- Willie Treat. Avis Wiggins ... L. L. Blakncy. Weems A. ANTHONY HEADS NEWLY ORGANIZED CLUB OF TRI Q'S CAMPUS GIRLS ADD ANOTHER CLUB TO ALREADY LARGE LIST OF GIRLS' CLUBS "!i1i6TriQV-"a wly"on?ant2er clubomp0sea' of twelve of tho most prominent girls on tho campus were entertained Sunday night by Eva Ewing an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 November 1925

?&. tosftswKs ;-. . ..?.& ii .-!. . ' . a. '-..''"u - ' vita ' y ? " j -V'0-? !c r ' j . ii in iwwmwiiii ! imn IP 1 1 in i i in ii mi i mi iwiii wi pip i nmwmwmmmmmwmmwmMMmmt wmii iiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiini n i w mmiJKmwmmmmMxmmmBEmmm&mmmmmmmm&mmMmf mKmw&WF-tfyj&L : : v Tmwimmmmmrmmmimmmmm wm&m&TteimnMmMKBS cf 'i ill iwi ' mmwttn m i mwi miw ii mnmr in rnnnnir nrr nir'nin 'nr i .sarawKric v1ejl1'J7 -ii- r.vi-vKnm. mukm .w "ir 't-i " -aartj i 11 i-r-i-M iirnr i--1 iaaiHn wfttviiu. - mr .v ' vnr : 'ravi' jisraT ;-r. xrEWWAjF2r wiwkw vimajuxi. .w "" v..-an n'T . "!M'i'irit"jaw ' jr WWVMUt' y SslKyiiBFf - FWV Bam!KrP'.rra&wr - r: '"" 'WWWl-W''rmm 'JsaasBtmasksii'-' .r vrT-v.y:r:iti5v ' - . -- ..'F v" ..- " vr. -. ' j & . ONTO BROWNWOOD -j- '"Smftd. OttliliMtt -''. T i JpV to I BEAT DANIEL BAKER & ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 26 1925. NUMBER 10 VOLUME XIII. Jl K 'fi- r -' AND WILL GO TO BR0WNW00D FOR TURKEY SEVENTEEN MEN WILL MAKE T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 November 1925

. .-? W.- 'SiTs. .i jtf 3 l 'EACEflO THE OPTIMIST ! .xv -' S. jjfiMrfltetetiMEftUttiM.. .. gapfe-uix'.v-' ..' r y. .. .... . . . . ' . - : MMMMtoLM f W - 'v. .T " ' "'WWW'T?Y'iHFi 3TW Ji'CT''. "" -ir j 7 WJHftVWHHHpi " ' '-1 V Vf ' ' "SBMW! V JW - i- - 7jvt. . - r-m j- - r '3mj ' .'a -i T - iinMi-' I' I i tk 7 J n ill X 7 !.!IjR I UJtt&' rsiw(i Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Subscription Per Office Year Green Building Room A -$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Pnynblo to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collcglato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor "I LIKUM KLUB" PRICE SANDERS. ELLIS McGAUGHEY- ERNEST II. WITT ROBERT COFFMAN. ELWYN BEDICHEK -Assistant Manager -Religious Editor Assistant Editor ..Circulation Manager Assistant Editor "LESS 'CUSSING'." A dispatch from Italy carries tlic information that King Victor Emanuel of that nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 November 1925

.. -'rvr .. Q.i " re. I 1 THE OPTIMIST Pago 3 WILDCATS ALL SET FOR BR0WNW00D CLASH THURSDAY ' ' '' ' " SWflsHMrlStiS tM. ; t- '"fit tlk & j fe r f .'BBC? &. .f I- r ;e m w ir tffiy ssLr s. 4 I1- 'laC'V t & h fc Hb ' Si; n if? ' ' LAST GAME OF SEASON TO BE PLAYED WITH DANIEL BAKER SEVERAL MEN WILL PLAY THEIR LAST GAME TOMORROW "Dark" and "around llic field and in" arc synonymous phrases that Is 'they have been to the Abilene Christian College Wildcats for tlio past week. For Coach Morris is calculating to win the final game of. tho season and evidently docs not be- lieve in resting his men up for two weeks in order to do so. For tho past fifteen days Coach Morris has been putting his men through tho most strenuous workouts in order to have them in tip-top shape for the closing game of the season which comes tomorrow. The Wildcats left Abi- lene this morning for Urownwool where they will engage the Hillbillies of Daniel Dakcr in the annual grid clash between the two instit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 November 1925

r ' - .itVr IMf ifiHSfV &: :v: iv r wr.. 4rA 111 11' iff "'If'.' M m '" ' r f . ' ' ' ..wwhw .' - "';-w .v- i.yv?? J .'a '5sarvwn v-' - k - r r If' 5- ...lV--. ' ' -' ' ': -VT-v" ' ' "Cm W-ffiagW . . Young Men 's Meeting Monday November 30 1925 6:30 P. M. Subject! Tho Word. 1. The Comfortlna Word Iss. 40:1-8. 2.Tho "Inspiring Word Psalms 40: W. 3. Tho Powerful Word Hebrews 4:12-16 4. Tho Cleansing Word John 15:1-0. Auditorium Leader Charllo Dameron Song Leader Dannlo Conlcy. S. lleader .........Hemian Campbell.... Prayer ......Uurton Collman.....- 1st Speaker.... rJloss Dawklns ' 2nd Speaker-. ..J. S. Gibson..- 3rd Speaker. ..lloss Glvens ' 4th Speaker...-.... Ewlng llule .. - . - Faculty' ...........- Adan READING AND PIANO NUMBERS RECEIVED SATURDAY EVENING FOURTEEN SELECTIONS MAKE UP WELL RENDERED PROGRAM. Fourteen varied selections from the piano and expression departments mado up tho programgiven by the Fine Arts Depart- ment in the college auditorium Saturday ovening. In th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1925

fiL':'." PREPARE FOR THE - BFEli ifSlPfcSttX.lJl1 I V " " ' PREPARE FOR THE Ifr k FINALSNOW ."??' iHllllr Wfelll lIlIflflT -"- "' FINALS NOW zJ I I J J VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY DECEMDER 10 1925. NUMBER 12 ;l? Nil l "V' " I i J t''! i Si f r r "yt V A & I' t u im -S F Ifr J&F? mv Rfr J '?. -"J r T IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS Undo Ike has been around quite a bit; he has heard several prcch- crs; but when it comes to a honest to goodness minister of the gos- pel well Horace W. Busby is one of 'em. Spirituality in tho Btudent body has never run higher than last week according to tho way Uncle sees it. Now is tho time for the Bible School to register tho same increase that was shown in the membership of the church last week. Undo Iko attended the meeting last week and he is glad that he did. He did not have time to gather up his usual line of com- ment so ho gives some of the excerpts of Sam Jones below as n sequence of tho great revival that has been held: Tho tun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1925

(SBf Kfei titt t i i --- .-- . - --.--J.. -... -4 .. Age two THE OPTIMIST " '-. - -; fc V i...- : i : li t I I firMtfWfi Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College.' Office Green Building Room A ouDscnpiion jrer icnr- Ifl.SO Address all correspondence and mako nil Money Orders Payable to TUB OPTIMIST ADILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor CAPITOL CITY COMMENT PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGHEY- ERNEST II. WITT ROBERT COFFMAN... ELWYN BEDICHEIC. .Assistant Mnnntrcr .Religious EditorJ -Assistant Jditor -Circulation Manager -Assistant Editor THE PASSING OF THE SOCIETIES. GOOD? OR BAD? It hns been evident for quite awhile that tho Harding and Zellnor literary societies of this institution were dead but Tho Optimist has re- mained silent on the subject because there was some talk of reviving them. It can not now bo denied that tho societies aro no longer ...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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