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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1925

?'. "' wrtjr vSJYf! 11 i -V-v-WH' 1 . ' THE OPTIMIST Pago 3 'rjfp$i8riirarafca hUMbn . - " 4 1 1 - 4 .! E . m " .i tfrl &..V.U to'C Abovo is n pnrtlnl JlSwoM the largo auditorium that was filled to overflowing for1 practically every scrnjoji -preached by Bro. Busby in-tho recent meeting. How the A-C.C. Professors Will Spend their Vacations HERE AND THERE WITH 'EM Thero is usually quite a bit of speculation as to what will becomo of tho college professors during the "do-ns-you-plcasc" days between tho fall and winter terms. Tho following catalogue of vacation whereabouts of tho "frofs" has bpen arranged for tho benefit of Optimist readers. President Baxter. Tho beloved president of "our" school will likely take a trip to Sher- man whero ho and Mrs. Baxter plan to spend a few days with Mrs. Bax- ter's mother Mrs. Scott. After this 'tho president will probably return to tho campus and ovcrsco preparations that will bo in progress for tho open- in of tho winter term. Dean Cox. Dean ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 December 1925

TVv:.i?i:'ii';"-:r r . --' i HSraHHffimHBra ffiKWV. .V." K i.' -- -T'-1 -' -w. v'! L 3r: e: ;- THE OPTIMIST v. vati'iu finiHiiJDH UTruinnf.ninTMhVi itiKBKSiWSOSmmmmm SHPniffiltpr '. '.''' ' ' i1 'Tvt ..;'': '"-' -' ' an&r WM Vl" t -v 'Pi X ' f -x m 4 3S-' jvik r u.r r$ K Syy - ra Milt.. Sife f vt k g- yn v-- r ramnTOisrsrarTOrnrarnrnraratHransrarsiaranaiatarHra S LET US SUGGEST that you don't wait until the sizes are broken before selecting thoao evening pumps. "Wo have them in both silver nnd gold. s . EiasEiaiaaaM .. i ROBERTSON'S Boot Shop "FOOTWEAR OF THE MOMENT" pjgElEHSJ3J2JiM3I2HBKI& Fall Term Exams BUSBY CLOSES FALL MEETING of Namnn whoso lnudcd accomplish ments were tnwnrteu by his becom- (Contlnued From Pago Ono) stated and sinco character is of God and reputation Is of men there arises the necessity of developing the char- acter by partaking of spiritual food by tho medium of preachers and teachers rather than of developing neglecting the eating of spiritual food....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 December 1925

i' M - r W $ '1: f fa ' r-1 &: t. wj & i.. '. -V - Sjh . : -Mfnr BAND TO MAKE TRIP WITH LOCAL CHAMBER COMMERCE DIRECTOR GIBSON'S EFFORTS RESULT IN DATE JANUARY 11TH Tho Abilene Chriattan College band Is rapidly pushing to the front and is gaining considerable recognition. On January the 11th and 12th the Chamber of Com- merce of Abilcno will make a trade trip. Now since it is cus- tomary to take along a band tho collcgo organization has received the appointment. Gibson should bo congratulated for his efforts with tho band; for in a very small amount of time ho has made an enviable record. Going from a ten plcco to a twenty picco organ- ization has marked its progress. No littlo credit should bo given the di- rector for through his unceasing ef- forts A. C. C. is tho proud possessor of tho best band in tho school's his- tory. BAND TO GIVE PROGRAM SOON In tho auditorium next Friday eve- ning at six o'clock tho band will give its closing program for tho year. Since its organiza...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 December 1925

5 WfcVSBW W " .imy H THE OPTIMIST S I . i imi i mttntmm Hi i fcfiirwrr" . .-i' . -o.'.'.' v .' .--l'.ai i.zimBmifivyzir-i "Timrmm 1 1 Hi i iMiiirTiiiiiTin'Miin-iiiiaM jifniiwii nrii -'i ir BW H I I Vn ISMM Ml SMI Wa IM Ml i ill 1EHWHW 1H HMIMIIlMtllliilWIIil MMWHUIMll Ul I m i IB Mil I MM I wm I I M 1 Mf IBllSSSi fci JL m i V . 1 Jiri X ! I . f HI -lit. I i.r-.....-LJ TKJBfc MI II ""- " MMtMMI 'jHr' J - v 4S"JF1 I t LET US SUGGEST that you don't wait until tho sizes aro broken before selecting thoso evening pumps. Wo have them in both silver and gold. ROBERTSON'S Boot Shop nAimnnin yi IHTTTI imniHTIUmll m "JBUUAWXiiUb UJ! XS3.JU 1U UlUXiJN X TeEisEifflsjaEiMEraiajsiHSEiasifflEiaraEiaiasM v- DRAMATIC CLUB TERM PLAY ; IS GIVEN MONDAY EVENING 'THREE SHORT PLAYS 1 PRESENTED INSTEAD OF ONE LONGER ONE I Three one-net plnya were presented jby tho Dramatic Club last Monday evening as tho principal bill on the germ's dramatic program. All three plays were well given before a fair sized audie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1926

::r SUPPORT THE WILDCATS '' '-if1 Kifi' 9) CSTT I "T'rrr"! T V'-ffM- :v m VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 7 1920. A. C. C. REGISTERS INCREASED ENROLLMENT THIS TERM G3JE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 7 1920. ' NUMDER 14 i'-WmmW-1. Vj x'Wmfw V 41 T"& WILDCATS TO START BASKETBALL SEASON ON TUESDAY EVENING FOUR LETTERMEN LIKELY RE IN THE STARTING LINEUP TO TO MEET DALLAS UNIVERSITY Wildcats to Start Season With Now Gymnasium and Many Other Conveniences Not Had Last Year 'Next Tuesday evening in the local gymnasium tho Christian College) Wildcats will begin their third sea- son in tho Texas Intcrcollcginto Athletic Association race for tho championship in basketball. Tho Morrlsmcn will meet tho Dallas Uni- versity quintet in this battle. As preseason dopo usually docsnt do anything but get upset Tho Optimist will not glvo any but it would bo well for tho Wildcats to remember that tho Catholics usually havo a strong team in any sport'they chooso to en- ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1926

V 3" - t n'lmwawwpii'i jmi-i i ' t'tzam. it. ... 7.. . V:.? J--WF ; & . :.tt - ' ".' PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST V i .V; 'I Ji 4!tiD$f mm Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Offico Green Bulldlnsr. Room A Subscription Per Year ..$1.60 Address all corrcspondenca and mnko all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collcglnta Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. IIOGG Associato Editor CAPITOL CITY COMMENT PRICE SANDERS- ELLIS McGAUGlIEY. ERNEST II. WITT ROBERT COFFMAN- ELWYN BEDICUEK- -Assistant Manager Jlcliglous Editor -Assistant Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor PEN FEATHERS OF PEGASUS "WILDCATS" In tho life of every individual thcro comes a time when ho is at tho point of achieving something great and good. It is at this point we now find ourselves. Looking through tho telcscopo of timoIsoo a college under bravo colors of purplo and whito sailing into tho harb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1926

i iimMi n.i i . -11 '''' AtMjniitiimfmm' ... ...l Tf ff'i-1i- rTMMmnirTB"ITfir""'4"""' Ti .ili.ii. rl-iftftiilillillimill lull I ill IJHIIHI ' I i1 15tf!mi1 jl inifl!-iiSi w THE OPTIMIST Mrs. Bob Thomas Wild Wildcat Arrives to Lead Morrismen - - " "S m&m jjasgjgjjajgssmmtaMiamvja PJ&UKSirA wK77 ib jmkk mmlJLmmamaVUrmwmtmiimumm.iminiuimiiatiimm.MllMnmmmBl mill II IIHIMnnnMIMiaSlHIH " ' '" . . i. i imgtfwt&y f IT - 1 Wt l . - WILDCATS TWO YEARS WITHOUT MASCOT NOW HAVE VERY ACTIVE ONE The death of Bob Thomas Wildcat mascot of A. C. C nearly two years ago left the collego without a feline leader. Tho absence of Bob was soro- ly felt by all of tho Christian folks and not until recently was a new cat given tho responsibility of leading the Wildcats In tho oncoming season. Tho cat arrived on tho campus early Wednesday morning. It is tho gift of .Raymond Howard and his father of Lometa. The new sponsor (Mrs. Bob Thomas) was anhcored to tho rear of tho Bookstoro until a new cage ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 January 1926

' v -'W v?PAGE"FOt i'. ?! " " t Si' t sw i ff'-. n 1 K : 1 ' - BMIUMt '? f J hit. us- r. A ' . ' ? ' . ' & .2 ?PAQE FOUR THE OPTIMIST .ff'i I .'i '4." cta m n ..' & KamawsmiCTTOasgaD -Wo hnvo purchased tho firm known as Snpp's Bootcry from Mr U. A. bapp. -Wo Will at all times cater to tho collcgo trade and you aro invited to mako tins store YOUR STORE! The Cinderella Bootery 228 Pino St. G. L. SIMMONDS Mgr. Plione 230 immmmMiBainMnrcmfflfflfflffliBfflrofflfflWfflfflfflfflfflMMW Young Men 's Meeting MONDAY JANUARY 11 1926 G:45 P. M. i SUBJECT PRAYER. 1. Tho Nature of Prayer or What it Is to Pray. - 2. Tho Object of Prnyor or to Whom Shall Wo Pray. 3. Tho Placo of Prayer or For What Shall Wo Pray. 4. Tho Purpose of Prayer or Why Wo Should Pray. Auditorium Room 7 Room 10 Leader Fred Ashloy Cecil Hill Ellis McGaughey Sonir Leador-Charlio Damoron Loyd Wilmon Willie Treat Reader Clarence' Bryant.- Harold McDonald Carl Fry Prnycru Ross Dawkins. J. D. Moss Lewis Shipmnn First Speake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1926

. - ..-.. . . mii iuuuir.iaju.. jiu..ji ''Jli .! .. .. AVn.w 5S!mErA'- S 7 j'wTvwi"J''A17 ; THIH ' !5SilffiyKiKSSs w-v ; .. saw-' -' v insse t '" V - ' j . WrHJMJ a . w7.nw hv' .nKfivn'Aj' ewiiif iwtnnrKii "um f i ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. THURSDAY JANUARY 1 J 192G. WAMP DALLA SITY QUINTET TUES. t Itttl III 1 1 1 It 1 1 M ItM till 1 1 Htttll 1 1 1 1 III til HII ttltlH IMttltt M 1 1 M ' vjlfflS TTJ i .. SMBBttfll' ?" II A.-V V ti ' ?" HP U ? ON TO BROWNWOOD " "'"' Wflptffi " " " f " v" 115 1 ON TO BROWNWOOD " 1 I n VOLUME XIII. NUMBER 15 p I WILDCATS UNIVER H I Ik Brilliant Impersonation Heard in Recital Tuesday W. POWELL HALE CHARMS HEARERS NOTED LECTURER BEFORE BIG AUDIENCE IN A. C. C. AUDITORIUM A largo nudicnco greeted W. Pow ell Hole impersonator nt his lecture program given at A. C. C. Tuesday evening immediately following the contest in tho gymnasium. Mr. Hale verified tho flattering press reports that had preceded him and proved himself an outstanding master of the art of sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1926

iy..fflsw?.j "tv - sawwwn imiiiwiiinrinfiiir " " 'iii mi in in iiiiiiiiiiiii i ' 't-i "TH.$ 'J PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST SJ " ". 4o--m"'"gK - y 5. & -ft -T 4 n m t f 5 'jfif m 1& Published Weekly by (ho Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Green Building Room A Subscription Per Yenr - - 41.60 Address nil correspondence and make' nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST AD1LENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-collegiato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associnte Editor PRICE SANDERS ELLIS McGAUGHEY. ERNEST II. WITT ROBERT COFFAIAN ELWYN BEDICHEK Assistant Manager Religious Editor Assistant Editor ..Circulation Manager Assistant Editor A LESSON FOR PRIVILEGED AMERICAN YOUTH Restricting himself to only two and three hours' sleep each night in order to attain his ambition for a graduate degree in American scientific agriculture Peter Dutko a Chechoslovakian who landed penniless in Phila- delphia two years ago receiv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1926

( i vr'l"vw "" ' UIF-Wt" 1Knta:'r"T' .Tv -T" to- '7 ;ww ii'jpwi TT''rwrlin : "" " " . ' ;. ; . 1 1-1 ' ' ' Wi'l'IP " "lHIHMWPiPfiWMIMIHPMHBHHiHtmK Where the Wlldcnts opened tho bnsketball season Inst Tucsdny evening sg STARTS TRACK j OLIFF BROWN -Jfc I aiiii BBBaSWw isBBBNrJpflHiiPrnBBBI 'ftBOk HSpi l&"& eBB p"! l'Sfi: b iEBPV aI jfBB "JBuflBBJHBralw I v mf H n Jr J& llB JA 'HH Thurmnn WILLIS WILDCAT WARHLEKS Tho qunrtotto will take a short trip tomorrow with the local Chamber of Commprce. In tho absence of A. Walls CoiTmnn will substitute at baritone. Forty Men Report to Weems for First Workout in Track DAWKINS CAPTAINS A. C. C. TRACK MEN; HAS MUCH MATERIAL COACH WEEMS PLANS CHAMP IONSHIP TKACK TEAM; GETS DOWN TO WORK About forty men reported to Conch Eddie Weems former T. C. U. track stnr and holder of tho T. I. A. A. rccord in the hnlf mile Tuesday at one o'clock. Enthusiasm was much in cvidenco and liberal plans were laid for tho building of a chnmpionship track tenm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 January 1926

432- Mii'mlftiym h' i i ii in i ' A " l.'. r'3; .' . -..iJ- .. r.n....;5JutJBSHiag I ui . ft.''.M3 -t. !! Iltlllfcl I H.l V 'J " t "l llll M - . v... V. v 2 PAGE POUR THE OPTIMIST . 1 4' a i fHl ri ROTin?BffiSKDQSain5ffiD5UUKiffiUKIUfflCM!IiaiU).(U ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT The Cinderella Bootery 228 PINE DgnsmmmmmmmmmiBffiiuiBffiumniinHinmciDmiDnxBmg PHONE 230 Young Men's Meeting JANUARY 18 1B2G G:15 P. M. SUBJECT: STEWARDSHIP 1. Of Our Ability for Christ Mntt. 25:14-30. 2. Of Our Money for Christ 2 Cor. 8:1-7; Mnl. 3:1G. 3. Of Our Time for Christ-Matt. 4:18-19; Eph. 6:10. 4. Of Our Prnyers for Christ Church Col. 1:3-9; 2:1. Auditorium Room 7 Room 10 Leader Billio Bnnlstcr.. .. Marvin Carr Rea C. Dill Song Leader Lawrence Clark Dannie Conley Sullivan Gibson Reader Alton Boone ... . Jolinie Brown Harry Faulk Prayer Herman Campbell . Fred Ashley ..Ross Givcns 1st Speaker Clarence Bryant. - Charlie Damron Bill Golden 2nd Speaker .. George Brown John Davis Willis Green 3rd Spe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1926

f'ywwww wn in nUmmmt iimwwni wsMte V i.-:" ; "" rTWfl mmsmw L -" -' I M - ffe" ' nuAT nAMini paitri? ' . J:f m BEATMNIEL BAKER-' UAJIXk IS XlllIJJU ISIU&ull iES' ' Kt Kl VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 21 1920. NUMBER iB COMPLETE PROGRAM FOR LECTURE WEEK ANNOUNCED f y'ff'i'3iHHPtayAwKyf yjiBBilBBFTjMlBiBBMmMaBBBHJIBiKHBffiWBWWBBiiBBBMB ' iRflCtfvA? i VMtmrwj'j r Jr:t l.'ic.Tw.-.'.'K'wrwfTw ... - ' m?mizmiiMTimFmmmm"mmafwm. 4' I -'m v. 'T iwsti' few 1 6a i . uun.i vtunuu vmLM i"m-lWi I : m. 0: B& Ln n 11 I 1 "! W f ?e fc r. Wildcats to Meet Daniel Baker this Week in Effort to Decide" Who 9s Toughest OLD RIVALS WILL PLAY HARD GAME WILDCATS WILL HAVE ADVANT- AGE OF PLAYING BEFORE nOME STUDENT BODY Friday nnd Saturday of this week will find tho charges of Coach Morris fighting tho "Billies" of Daniel Baker College in a final effort to dctcrmino "who's tho toughest." Daniel Baker is an old rival of tho Wilcnts and more than onco tho A. C. C. men have lost ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1926

'V """ iVNMUlUUI 'nc;rHWM ii'Vw-''4: V'l'j S I - . ' JgMJB il M g1i.mi i f.h 1111. A BJj?vff. I - -eWM mwaiW&lilH i rfi' t THE OPTIMIST '' .LV-V- jIHKS!w"P'Bi .Kw?" w'""' r wK - WSKSM .V -i 11 II i . I ' ! "'"'A. C .; Fac n 1 Address all correspondence and mnko all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-collcgiato Press Association - &xm r wfwf t m M-' mam tifwHB ill' m' L! Subscription Per i.JlH i i .! ' ':..'.'' Sttttffi Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Offlco Green Building Room A Year .$1.60 BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor "A' i i CUUB PROGRAM. -Assistant Manager -Assistant Manager Assistant Editor Religious Editor Circulation Manager "MAYBE." PRICE SANDERS FRANK ETTER ERNEST H. WITT VIRGIL SMITH- EMORY MORRIS Am Lcs Son Just look around any time and seo all the couples parked among stacks of text- Looks busily studying If you believe the accusat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1926

&tiM tt ?imf$$''4 ;gwf'l"p p'W"gF' ixjiiia rTTSf 'T Vr V'.T'1TO"(W' "fir wffl ' .Hi ' . :V - w- WJf I? I; T . V fa ft !?' 1 " n i J ? t -C7 i i.-- f tV THE OPTIMIST 1 ' WILDCATS WIN THREE OUT OF FOUR GAMES THIS WEEK MORRISMEN BEAT HOWARD PAYNE TWICE AND SPLIT WITH D. B. C. A. C. C. NOW HAS .500 STANDING IN T. I. A. A. The Abllcno Christian College Wildcats emerged from the week's schedule of four gnoms with three wins and one loss. The only game lost was the open- ing game with Daniel Baker in which the Hillbillies managed to capture the desirable end of a 27 to 31 count. This game was featured by numerous personal fouls four of the Wildcat regu- lars being forced to the bench before the game closed. There was a total of thirty-five personal fouls called. The majority of them were made by A. C. C. play- ers. Coming back strong in the following game on Friday eve- ning the Morrismen vanquished the Goats to the tunc of 13-38. The A. C. C. baskctecrs also an- nexed n couple from Ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 January 1926

mBJii.'J.ii1 'yT &WTOS we v -.r' ' ' . vt PAGE FOUR ii . EfflMMMQHfflOTgamramramfflmffi & oflcaB M We Keep The New Ones Coming Always Something Different The Cinderella Bootery 1926 LECTURESHIP FEBRUARY 21 TO 28 H 228 PINE PHONE 230 ih&fflWl H ' && ' j-'iiiT 1 tin 'i. .11 -. ... "; t It m m ": J l r.: j is v 8-4 Ji Urn . ! " - :r K':' . V I i m j. m ' '! "3fc A S 2p&t aMMfflmBmgflnMEgmfflnwmauHiKUM(BUWfflU) I n rimi ii I TRIP WITH LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FEATURES RAPID RISE OF COLLEGE BAND WILDCAT MUSICIANS HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO AD- VERTISE A. C. C. IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS Last Wednesday morning tho col- leges band left tho campus in ono of tho largo Yellow Cab busses on n day's trip with tho Abilene Chamber of Commerco to nearby towns. Whilo tho real purpose of tho trade excur- sion was to encourage a diversifica- tion in farming mothods tho Wildcat musicians wore given an excellent opportunity for advertising their school by rendering a series of pro- grams ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1926

-.. -v .v-".j - ;;w r:v ?'::: '.;v'. ."'; '.- - ' r :. r -'.';' . : -'.tv ... . :.;-...- p 1 i- J '; yf .'fc'1: WaiiiiMiiiihhrirtiWiliir:'l' ''' '-'' ...'-.'' ' " v vt-'- ' &:. Vr- WAT SAM twUSTOR a -;.. . Afll if m WW WmWmm'Wmm'm-T I ma't t hwinc HI TMvfiKuft'V''. MWMri.'..1 IMP HNHK. ) s. w o ?t $' !i EM r"V YOLUMR XIII. I FACULTY Registrars Report Reveals Many Instructive Figures AVERAGE GRADE FOR LAST WM WAS 81 PER CENT TEACHERS ARE GRADING TOO HIGH REGISTRAR KENNAMER ACCUSES StetiEtlcs released from the office ef the Registrar and Bursar tfiis week skow that nearly seventeen hundered grades were recorded on the perma- jimt recordB last term. O'f thii total number there were only 285 above the grade "B plus." There were only- twenty-three "A plus" grades given which number comprises but little wore than one per cent of the total. iThe average grade -for all work last Wierm was 81.1 per cent. According 'to the local scale of grading this is .' between the grades "B" and "C". ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1926

mmMmmMmm m 5tfnWM)HW 3 .niiaii iiwTiMMikfAiiaiitaiiBiWitftitfitiitet'T iiiiii "f.f"Tli "TV..' ra li fi j..' w r.1 L-;t; fi umi w'S.T tV ' i'". c-'l .' i :& r. V ' .' "$&: $?$ -r.'"''.i.yv.- ' T'lJ . ' -rl V ' M vtv v Vi' M ; v ' '-I ' ' '"' V Jf."y V'V?.i.'. hfrVlfJii YS:Ji mm Vp Kfi 0 " IflUkv-T A ... ?i ES3S !W-!"1 3tiD$&B& rWiwi! Wtr fcy (lie Stents ef AMleno Christian Colkge. Office Greon Buildtntr. IWOm A l SwUerljpUon Per Year . ..- -r- - 1.50 Bi all ccrreaoK:e and make all Monoy Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Mombor ol Texan Inter-colleglato Press Association BURTON tJOFFMAN Btr4.CkW Aiyw C. WOWN VMEKRt T. HOt ' . AamWte Editor . 'f ii sWnkr heater but thorc la much discussion 6 tho need i&-.&ch a gtaiidard! afrraSsnt .'' '.'.'.. Last year A. (3. C wisely adopted n standard "senior rlH rt)td tho standard debtee has be In forco for six krs. There la at -nrdiollt a tendency in thJ colleges tb standardise- thcuwicuWm the cntronqo rcqftiro- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1926

IT if iMr- -it 11 mi -ii tn'i rn.iiimrtTOiTH-MrninriflirDtiiiiniiinimiTiaiiiniMiilfMiMMitraMfmiiMiiiii- . . . :A Vv I IBM "Tex V"!'!x'r?. JCf " ' "" """ "'"J " T'r'rw'i'ftmi-MTitmfaiiJiiiEiriititi-a-j-tr3j"--f-.- f.iw a i.&m"r arMB 13 wewy;U;'Wil'"; tf'-Xf'M?liBlHiSS8Bn" a'-. -.-. t.i j;?v'1 aH9KraK masKraft5BWtfara;r awerfi erK-w. ; ' wlev; mv- 'whet. . : -r y "taMft.. il.mv :.f. i. .t - : ' ;. ww.- . - ' . i- -."'-. - .t ( '(wra 'wr-; rw' ? -w' - --i i.i' -. -' ?. -- it's' ut . . -. r; y Y .fi H i r-'i. - f2t - it' osMHWWSKffl'''S.r .itJir. '-- 'j..' .v. j.vrr .i w r ... . y;.- . .- . 1 iJH KHw nllmllM ?jffMrtlj00W9 Christian College is Conqueror of Howard Payne in First Game by 50 to 22 Score Tho A. C 0 Wildcats Wero In L B"llMe form Monday hlfchfc and' f.:-Mty "oldoto 2'2 OVOr1 the Howard' 5 -ONA TeWowJackeUrfe Wildcat Bym. wOwy once when In tho first few mln jUH&tp. Hw count u tied J-all was ".f Jf $ f vNnqtcome o the fsWounter being anything 6ther than itt Bail 4-i.Li ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 January 1926

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