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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1926

svxai 'lgoioj Luniormii vuiibtiuu l lib mil- GEST SCHOOL OF US KIND IN THE WORLD. THE OPTIMIST HAS THE BIG- GEST CIRCULATION IN ITS HISTORY THIS YEAR. VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY I'l.. TARY 4 1926. NUMBER 18 - IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS SEVEN SOCIAL SINS "Politics without principle Wealth without work. Pleasure without conscience Knowledge without chnrnctcr Industry without morallt). Science without humnnit). Worship without sacrifice" There nre a number of people wh nrc forever griping about the Amer lean Home Of course there nr several people marry who should n and some parents set bnd cxnmp but on the whole Uncle Ike believe that the American Home has n t i n equal In any other country or in one other age in the history of the world Whit am I worth to the cltv In which I domicile? I am a booster for my old home ton n and I don't mean run be When I Ret where I can't support mj town school or home then I am resohed to call the MoWng an Our editor is as efficient anil p...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1926

PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST sS 8 Published Weekly by tho Studenta of Abilene Christian College. OfAen flrron Ttiillfttntr. Tlnnm A auDscnpuon rer xear.. .$1X0 Address all correspondence nnd make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Pros Association DUKTON COFFMAN Editor In-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PRICE SANDERS- FRANK ETTER. ERNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH EMORY MORRIS- .Assistant Manager -Assistant Manager Assistant Editor Religious Editor Circulation Manager The" Profs " Think Differently Take It from Tho Optimist "It pays to pick your 'Profs'." In the statistics given below It will be noted that some teachers give nearly everybody "A" while some others are not so easily "hooked." These figures are given in order to help Optimist readers get better grades. Teacher Mr. Adams Mr. Arledgn . Mr. Baxter Miss EIshop Mr. Brewer Mr. Brown Mrs. Brown Carter I Mr. Ccoc Mr. Eennamcr Mr. Morlan Mr. Morris M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1926

THE OPTIMIST Pg3 Wildcats Will Meet Strong Sam Houston Bearcats This Week on Local "Gym" Floor Next Irldny and Saturday nights tho Wildcat enjrers will again battle tho strong Sam Houston Bcarkats for basketball supremacy With practically tho Bamo line ups as were seen on last year's squads tho two teams will go Into action on even terms Tho Christians' T I A A standing Is now five hundred and an excellent opportunity will bo given for permanently marring' tho thou sand per cent record of tho Bcarkats probably tho strongest team In the T. I A A this year I'rartlcnlty Same I Inc up Sam Houston has practically the same lino up that appeared on tho local court last year Lockey and Black have been performing sensa tlonally In every contest so far this season and from nil indications the will bo In top form when they hit tho Wildcats In pro season contests held during Christmas week tho Bcarkats won games from Baylor University and Texas A & M two of tho strongest teams in tho South ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 February 1926

PAGE FOUR THE OPTIMIST 1 WE HAVE The POPULAR COLORS IN HOSIERY The Cinderella Bootery 228 PINE PHONE 230 kuxammnitaptoaklMmriihrauiraiHnuiaMMlUMirouMiaK Young Men's Meeting Monday February 8 6:45 1 M. SUBJECT FRET NOT THYSELF 1. Because of Evil-doers Psalms 37:1. 2. Because of Him That Prospcroth Psalms 37:7. 3. It Tendcth Only to Evil Doing Psalms 37:8. 4. Walt for Jehovah Psalms 37:64. Auditorium Leader Harry Faulk Song Leader Sullivan Gibson Reader Prayer First Speaker Second Speaker Third Speaker 4th Speaker Faculty Carl Fry BUI Golden Ross Glvcns Oscar Kcltcy George King Eugene Krancr Bro. Slkes Room 7 Willis Green Cecil Hill . Billie Hall Henry Hogg Standlco Mitchell J. D. Moss Raymond Howard Alfred Lamotte Bro. Adams Room 10 Craig Lynn Ellis McGaughcy Dalton Hill Harold McDonald Abner Morris D. P. Shore II. V Standley Frcnchy Thomas Bro. Nichols A CO-ED'S DIARY (Which May Throw Light "Upon the Reason They're So Hard to Stay From). By One Who Can't Oh I'm so thrilled! I'm on m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1926

7-'y' V';.":T ;' fi SOSSHIWrarftf ?a38w 'i . r r .'j ns ... . . .. " ' lJ : Sn -Ti ' mi ii.m I MAni iiTiA'i J ji iiii mmk i . iiiJ iM-iLllILlLM lXXlflJfckifcrilJidMMlfllMDnBiWwilfm C" T .' 77E OPTIMIST HAS THE BIG- GEST CIRCULATION IN ITS HISTORY THIS YEAR. VOLUME XIII. BEARCATS BOW BEFORE WILDCATS IN TWO "SEVENTEEN" TO IKE GRIZZLE'S GRITS Well your Ray old Uncle Ike hns seen a few contests in his time and a few fights but the last two CatGghts eclipse anything he has ccr observed. If you will permit a little bit of modern slang that was the Cat's Meow." Spring has come or nt least this weather is her herald. Now wntch casualties of sleeping sickness puppy love idleness and picnics. Some students could save time money nnd enjoy more of the pleas- ures of the age nnd gain more knowl- edge if they would only prepare n shccdule or program of work. Per- haps nine-tenths of all work borders on the routine. The average American citizen spends most of his time eating shaving dressing writi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1926

fybfa ! VNJ ? '?" X-"! w '" ' $$ t "i. jA PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST tmWWwtW ! Soft?1 i 5i f 5 l'-7 ft ! ! 1 4 'k f. i E- Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year .$1.60 Address nil correspondence nnd make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-collcglnto Press Association BURTON COPFMAN Edltorin-Chlcf ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor PRICE SANDERS- FRANK ETTER. ERNEST n. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH EMORY MORRIS Vsslstant Manager Assistant Manager Assistant Editor Religious Editor ..Circulation Manager THE RETURN OF TRACK The return of trnck to A. C. C. ns a major college sport has been com- mented on very frequently during the last few days. The majority of opinions ns expressed upon the now interest in track are in favor with the development of track ns a sport in which a still greater number of students may receivo their physical training. Every since th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1926

'iW&WSISS!tLbL leu -'; -sv yvv i ;'- ij-: THE OPTIMIST PAGE 3 FTI 11 IIH MB-lMMlllIMmMBrriim uji fi.iuaiLUifj J ..'.. -.' .nj.a.1 n. tf.i?gaii iiH l-B U - .i. -. . UB 1aaK-uaa ; ' ' ' ' m ' ' ' ' 1 - i i- - . I -1 - - " r V M4 J" .- .- ?f a. M t3- nr -r 'St. jWC t? m Wildcats Will Wax Warm With St. Edwards Quintet in Hard Battle To-night Unusual interest is centering upon the Wildcnt-Sninl gnmo to be played in Abilene Thursday night. Whether it is for the Christians "to be or not to bo is tho question." Dope has been kind to both sides. Tho Wildcats have just finished taking two hard-fought games from tho Sam Houston Bcarkats last year's T. I. A. A. champs and are in excellent shape. At the present their standing in tho pennant race is two below first. If unlooked for injuries nnd unexpected ovcrconfidence keep away from tho squad chances arc that the Morrlsmcn will go into the game Thursday night on an even foot- ing with the Saints. Washington Coons star freshman utility man i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 February 1926

PAGE FOUR THIS OPTIMIST I f i t 1 t 8 L V ! a lift S M BMiaMffigqaMHiroaimoraffimaHnmsrammn WE HAVE The POPULAR COLORS IN HOSIERY The Cinderella Bbotery 228 PINE PHONE 230 HARVEY HAYS IS CHAPEL SPEAKER MmcmmmEmrcmmmafflaramMfflMfflffltommaiturofflffifflUMMaM Young Men 's Meeting Mondny Evening Fob. 15 192G. G: SUBJECT: "PARABLES" The Investment of Life Matt. 25:14-30. Open Nogloctors and Noniinnl Followers- Early nnd Lnte Matt. 20:110. A Bad Excuse Is Worse Than None Luke Auditorium Room 7 Leader Robert Showalter Ernest Wnlls FORMER STUDENT SPEAKS FRI- DAY ON "CLIMBING LADDER OF SUCCESS." 3. 4. Song Leader Reader Prayer 1st Speaker 2nd Speaker 3rd Spenker 4th Speaker Faculty Allen Walker G. K. Wallace Glenn Wallace Willie Treat Perry Wilmcth Loid Willmon Cloud Lock Bro. Witt Ernest Witt Avis Wiggins Clarence Nelson Frank Etter Loyd Nelson Vaden Showalter Louis Shipmnn Bro. Carter Matt. 21:28-32. 14:15-24. Room 10 Dupree McGrady Cullen Willis Fred Ashley Harmon Shanklc Burton Coffmnn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1926

Ws. EX-STUDENT- AL UMNI EDITION V BEAT CANYON BEAT CANYON I VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 192G. NUMBER 20 l 'Vi ' v ' . . i. ' Iff!' Ifi.'i . w ' V . '.'Ul . . fa V .-"? NINTH FAST WILDCAT FIVE TAKES TWO CHRISTIANS TAKE LEADS LAST HALF SCORES OF TWO EXCITING GAMES 39 TO 27; AND 31 TO 13 TWELVE WINS AND 2 LOSSES Captain Powell Shines; Coach Morris Uses Many Reserve Plnycrs Against Boys From Lubbock In two of the most interesting games of the season the A. C. C. Wildcat team defeated the Mntn- dors from Texas Tech Monday and Tuesday evenings in the col- lego gymnasium by scores of 39 to 27 and 31 to 13. Both games were characterized by close play ing in the first half while the locals cased away from Tech in the final periods. On (Monday night Tech was 13 to 12 in th6 lead at the half while in the second game the score was 15 to G at this juncture. Thursday Evening. A field goal apiece by Powell Hill and Coons spelled A. C. C.'s scoring in tho first half ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1926

PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST ms A) Lc Sc R( Pi Is 2n 3r 4t Fi r Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Offico Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year ?1.G0 Address nil corrcspondenco and make nil Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texns Inter-collegiato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief ALVIN C. BROWN Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associato Editor PRICE SANDERS FRANK ETTER ERNEST II. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH EMORY MORRIS.... --Assistant Manager ....Assistant Manager Assistant Editor Religious Editor ..Circulation Manager Wendell II. Bedichek Margaret Bishop '24 Walter II. Adams '25 . Don H. Morris '24.. James II. Childress '23 Lula L. Lawrence '25 . Elmer L. Nichols '22 THIS WEEK'S STAFF '24. .... . Editor Associate Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor -Assistant Editor This tlmo It was the student body. Its members took the brick mortar nnd cement the ideals scholarship nnd learning nnd ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1926

X.lL... - i I .";.:. tit W1?W"ii T. ' rPffrfiiy7w 'l3V'Tr i f ; vr . mj T''.ii .!-' r y rJ V ' 'rljr r - V A v SMmmm i imiuii.iMy j..i i j i in'itu nw 11 .. xjui u.i ... i Li! H CTMBmI II MfllBlliB MriW t iMjAi &LMWlMSntMnMmtWaJIllMLniKL1k:ililr'3ii.&Jim rM ' viiww 'TO 3hwBBW?wv 7?. . ' $rW;'.f '"?" W43pllWK it' '' - : ' ' i ' . . 4r ' . ' ; V ' IA 1 IB . I ; I I i 1 i n 'I 1 1 I f . I m.J m I . I H 1 & THE OPTIMIST Abilene Christian Takes Hold on Third Place in T. I. A. A. as St. Edwards is Defeated 18-15 Abtlcno Chrlstinn CoIIcko's Wild- cats ruined the perfect T. I. A. A. standing of the St. Edwards Saints from Austin Thursday evening in the Wildcnt gym when thoy took the one gnmc scheduled between the two tenms by n 28 to 15 count. The cnts went into third plnco in the T. I. A. A. race as n result of the win. Tho contest wns decidedly color- less being slowed by numerous fouls and confusion cnused by n persistnee on the part of the visitors of wearing their jerseys w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1926

TV fl ' "l - - - ' "' '' A 13 - 'Hft a m r :m J A- -vJ . BW- mm ' mmVmfw sasjia E FOUR THE OPTIMIST CLASS OF '26 HD 4 A L( S( R' Pi Is 2r 3i 4t Fi th lo in w'. W I'l su 10 th so mi ho thi in i Ily Louise Miller it hnlf of the members of the of '20 entered A. C. C. ns fresh- 1 the fnll of '22. Among these charter members who made Jebut into college life mny be '. Harold (Proxy) Anderson . (French) Thomns Schley Weldon Cooper George Brown Kerr Ethel Mnrtin Clifton l Double L. Blnkney Hnrry r John Dnvis Mnrvin Cnrr t Witt Ernest Walls Vera ms Ross Dawkins. ) Class of '20 like classes of r years has suffered the loss of a number who started as fresh- but it has gained new members by year. In this cap and gown 3sion for June graduation are : Margaret ish Virginia Scott e Shipp Ola Hutchinson Lillian . Onah Mitchell Harvey Porter W. C. Sikes Fred Ashley Junni- ?kson D. P. Shore Bill Stevens jo Allen l.ouise Minor win voln Oldhausen Mrs. Una Bryan jiullivnn Gibson. j prophecy can be made a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1926

v PAGE 5 "W&r$ THE OPTIMIST m V IK. 12 I T . 1 'M I I "r 1 jH CLASS OP '23 CONTINUED (Continued from Pago Four) lil I J 'M I I ivitics. Sho also taught school after receiving her degree. Olympln KUngmnn now Mrs. Her- bert Slkcs Is cooking for her son and husbnnd Herbert Slkes who is n pro- fessor In Oklahoma Christian College. Iven HenBley Joined the Fine Arts department for life in the spring of '23. Ho taught two years In Abilene High School and nt the same time directed tho band at A. C. C. This year ho and his wife arc in school nt tho University of Colorado at Boulder where Iven is assistant in the Edu- cation department. Mrs. Mnurlnc N. Wndo did not let the M. R. S. degree keep her from getting her B. A. Since her gradu- ation Mrs. Wnle has been living in Tuscola. At last Richard Overton seuccccded in cnpturlng his old sweetheart. This year he is living In Thorp Springs. Jcssio Overton while a senior made good use of his soclnl privileges. The result was that Essie Butler ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1926

W ty 'S 'Jib a lBiifBii'niriJ" " ' "" """' :J ': S3? -v: v v PAGE 6 TnE OPTIMIST JKSSSI It t s .-A I la i t I f I 5' if m ' JflB" " 'Stink fhSm CMUiUlfflmuifflmmfflMfflaiararommrogm Shoes and Hosiery That Is Differ- entAnd Prices to Please The Cinderella Bootery 228 PINE STREET TELEPHONE 230 CHURCH METHODS OF THE NORTH By John 1'nul Gibson Correspondent QnHHQmamHBIIfflHQSKIHIHKI EX-STUDENT NOTES Dowcy Dnrnoll '17 is n member of tho firm of D. N. Dnrncll Brothers Abilene building contractors and real cstnto dealers. Robert Leo Mnssoy '18 is connect- ed with a bank in Pilot Point Texas. Ailccn Hollar '18 is Mrs. R. Enrl Stagner wife of an A. C. C. gradunto They live in Fredrick Okln. Nell a young sister of Ailecn's is now n member of tho freshman clnss. Gertrude Dowdy '18 is at home at Trent Texas. Huttio Speck '1B-'18 is Mrs. Al- fred Conaway and resides in Abilene Bryan Collins '17-'18 is in the renl estate business in Abilene. Noll Chllders '18 died from pneu- monia while in the U....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1926

!1 V r m 537 STUDENTS MEET CLASSES DAILY IN A. C. C. Jr V v. SIHrfr-irt lllPflftSSirtfr ' A. C. C. BOASTS THE BEST -BK'it.lr VllLlEIIIIzmlT COLLEGE SPIRIT IN WORLD ' - -r5 SnJWrfpf v Ae& I r VOLUME XIII. LARGE ATTENDANCE IS FEATURE OF ANNUAL LECTURE WEEK WINNER OF CLASS OPTIMIST CONTEST TO RECEIVE PRIZE EX-STUDENT TO MAKE GIFT OF TROPHY CUP BEDICHECK AWARDS CUP THRU DESIRE TO ENCOURAGE JOURNALISM Announcements made this week In- dicates that tho winner of tho class Optimist contest will be awarded a silver loving cup by Wendell H. Bcd- ichdlc now city cdior of tho Abilene Reporter. Tho cup is to bo tho prop- erty of tho class winning it for one year. Tho namo of tho editor of the winning edition and the class of which he is a member will bo engraved upon the cup. Tho cup is given by Wendell H. Bedichek (Bcddy) '24 through a de- Hire to "Stimulnto an interest in journalism among A. C. C. students to tho end that a stronger journalism may ariso for the benefit of tho cause of Chri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1926

.&& . L . . . .1 -WIMl fcL-i'.". 'L u'WR-LUMfiaa "" Tfftfitotalaii imi. :-:?5SWV..-;; . " :' ' . .. ; -'.' -'"1' "- ' s . SsnBSSSBKSBBBBKMMyiW' j.i r -' .. i it i rm i . i ... - - - - ! ii r nul mar iiium"1 - ' Z ;!'... . nd iirm ..-wm. ismmmmmmmimmmmmmmW''' v ' "BBP18 ieumjwJiL- Ii!1;.:1' ''iiT-ims!!Stisa ..' ..: " 'WTW1Ml.i...llwmni r'CT3IM- IMTOWJWlllWMMMWBMWnrnilfMBinnilBWr' ' - -. ..i. i. m.- -. i-' ' m. '." A .'.....- - . -"-t . - s - . VTr ' ll r i .'I ' V " ' . . . . . '...'-' ". T ' j - . ISP V aff PAGE TWO iff PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST ; jfc" I I !" I. .i m .ii H I . I I - ! ! I '! Pi gin II "iMI Lsaimwmt PaWbked Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. ! Office Grcon Building Room A J Subscription Por Year 1 1 1- :: W I 1 ! I f I 1 I ' I1 I ERNEST H. WITT I I VIRGIL SMITH 1 1 EM0RY MORRIS V 11 MILLARD HUMPHREY I I LOID WILMON ' If ALEEN COOK I i ' 1 V .$1.60 Address nil correspondence nnd mako all Money Orders Payable to .:-; ..- THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1926

- . . -k V-"M THE OPTIMIST PAGES WILDCATS STAMPEDE BUFFALOS AT CANYON ON FRIDAY V' WILDCATS CLOSE SEASON WITH TWO WINS FROM TECH iHIINHIItllMlHMlim I Y 4 WILDCATS ARE FIRST TO DEFEAT THE HERD COACn MORRIS FIR8T TO WIN FROM CANYON IN NEW GYMNASIUM Tho Wildcats went wild In the fist game of the series against tho Canyon Buffaloes Friday night and stampeded tho Herd into its first loss on their home court in two years. When tho wreckage cleared away tho Buf- faloes found themselves thunder- ing in tho wako of tho Cats' lightning to the tuno of 37-31. Having demonstrated early in tho season that thoy were n match for any team in tho state Coach Morris has not let tho boys forget tho sting- ing defeat administered last year at tho opening of tho A. C. C. Gym when tho Canyonltes nnncxd two games at the Wildcats' expense. That twin defeat has ever since been tho bono of Canyon's warring prospects. In tho grid tilt this fall tho Morrlsmen took them Into camp and this victory practically cin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1926

5 ' I. I w (rtv-. .KHBisarctawww. W" fwmm$ ieE3.- rL1M. t Tik.fc-. i-.j. 1 in. wii r Mm i. j . J pir tMr"i J sir i v - - 4W' TXK OPTOOiT 53WMWff?h. i ab rrniwwnSiBiiiii. w KmrrnmsKammammmm jubictht.wi wi . jm IP! 3 i is I Shoes and Hosiery That Is Differ- I m I ent And Prices to Please 1 1 The Cinderella Bootery 1 228 PINE STREET TELEPHONE 230 I k WMMHawMWHaiJi)MaMBaTiiiiiJUigiaitffl LARGE ATTENDANCE IS FEATURE LECTURE WEEK (Continued I'rom Page Ono) Is 9mit v r ' lBs W) nv Is right; they nro sincere; they do tho best they can but they have not heard the truth. Ho pointed out tho churches obligation to spread this truth. Unaffected by the religions about him until ho was 21 was becauso of tho unconcern of his parents Bro. Brooks became a Baptist preacher in 1013. His training in a Baptist theo- logical school caused him to doubt tho sincerity of some of his fellow church members. Doubt and horrible dreams which remind one of Bunyan led him to desert the ranks of the Baptists and to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 March 1926

L'J iL'jjfcrf v MtiiiJtiJrgllMirtM ii A :5SKfftk'irs .. vv- i ; ACADEMY EDITION OUR MOTTO: Not merely to exist but to amount to something in life. SPECIAL NOTICE! This is tho Senior Academy Edition. Read and rcmombcr. i 9a VOLUME XIII. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 4 1020. NUMBER 22 ' ; MWWmxmmSmmmMs ! I i M fSJ M1TJ1 M MlllWlB ' 'Tigr-tW ItSI. ' V il'l f ml kjiF vyriiiitiitftiT NEW AUDITORIUM FOR Early Baseball Practice Favorable for Good Season EIGHT LETTER MEN REPORTING PRACTICE; MANY FRESHIES TRY The A. C. C. baseball prnctlec opened with a ban);. Coach Scruggs called for men and the response was surprising. If the material at hand Is an index the outlook is excellent and intensive training will undoubtedly show up some new talent. Captain Thurman whose record ns n pitcher is decldely enviable is train- ing with vigor. Ho ranks ns a first class ball player. Ho always pitches a good game and never loses his head; he can always be depended on to do his best. Theo Powell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 March 1926

-:T&o$; ' MWVlt .'' A. " JiUS THE OPTIMIST ly . ttfAVdBBBianaHBHBiBIHmHUu. .. . .v . ' Jil. Jt . V "r .. . . . MflBPIMWHMHaMMMIMMMMMMBaaa " - - - - i milsJsMIM sMsssssssssssMsss ' iiliriiMln raHf -. gfj PAGE TWO r ir 4 ? 1 ? '4 f' 1 EDITOR I 1 -.J' n - r Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Offlco Green Building Iloom A Subscription Per Year Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE. TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-colleglnto Press Association S 3 EMORY MORRIS $1.G0 BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTER Dusincas Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor ERNEST H. WITT. VIRGIL SMITH. MILLARD HUMPHREY LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK .. Assistant Editor Religious Editor Circulation Manager Assistant Editor TO THE SENIORS OF THE ACADEMY Assistant Editor Assistant Editor CADEMY ELITION J. D. MOSS ASSISTANT EDITOR BESSIE SPAIN Reporters: Louis Shipman Glenn Wallace Lillian Grey Teresa Gran- tham Nancy Brandon Louis Barchloy Wa...

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