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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1926

MqMmttUOtl i THE OPTIMIST fcv. 'ff lU '. - ' - W-. St .' 1 ' J V i PipaMnaKBfflaiaiUMKnmmromaimmaimQiaMiaiUMmuuiiiniunmutHmutujgmu :KW.- mm re zms2B8BB5imW8mmmannMm m FantnuMU "Farallty JBsainidl99 Addis SSest to Aprill F! Cdsforattrai at Fanir Pa A On tho morning of April 1 the official "Facility Band" 'of A. 0. C. tnado its debut In nil tho splendor and grandiloquence made possible by tho nature of the day and the charac- teristics of tho right honornblo "fn- ciltoy". .M.Donald Hall was the scene of a scorning hayseed convention early In the day as tho tootus of horns and latnbastora of drums scurried about in nil mnnnors of rubo npparcl. Nothing was too extreme oven the pnjama shirts Bccdy straw hats derbys and freckles. Each member of this now- ly organized "Hayseed Band from Podunk Center" plnyed an instrument moro or less n novelty to him. Need- less to sny the harmony was Incx- horablc. Prior to tho Faculty-Senior base- ball gamo tho notorious band paraded about tho campus ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1926

v; WlfliTIi- ftr 'Hi 'li ' ' - -''V. ? . TH.- .t. ip.' m i" ; -oOR' THE OPTIMIST .jjK. t:r 5swjar p fc r ?1 k aSEiae2S5SEEEiaaEJai3Si9SiEEiaE!) Yours For Newest Styles J0 Cinderella Bootery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR 228 Pino Street Phono 230 MBBBWBBfifiBBteJiMiliilElliiM Entry List and the Officials for Triangular Meet Between A.C.C. Simmons and Trinity Announced Selection of officials and prepa- ration of a completo entry lists of the three teams Trinity Simmons and Abilene Christian entering the triangular track meet there next Sat- urday nt Parramoro Flold Simmons has been completed and the list was announced Wednesday morning by Coach Victor Poyno of Simmons. Complete arrangements have been mado for tho meet and tho cinder track will bo in good condition. All collegees are well represented in all events and stiff competition in nil contests seems assured. Tho meet will open promptly at one o'clock and an admission fee of 60 cents will be charged. All students of Simmons and A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1926

jfeffij-' ; :t Mfamm.mMm'mmM' Wr " irt'-K yC"J TOW . . 7' ' -IKSIP-TJgfm VI - - v- r-.-j Tjr wMMemfraavmajuaaMi. .. ?is vi. hhh tftj'fy ; .:vf-'y ' .""; f --1 I ! itei ffi m ' " r V- - .-.... .... C-. - ; 18 - I THE MEETING-THEN I EXAMS P -' ft V B ' K " I VOLUME XIII. ; ' bIf Class W wUlll: V Sr ILIilLIIl I zll ! BEWARE OF YELLOW SLIPS . ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 15 192G. NUMBER 28. NOTED RAILROAD BUILDER BEQUEATHS A. C. C $10000 tons Ffiiret PHa m CM dititoinis f tlh Optimist Dalton Hill and Theo Powell Will Captain Wildcat Teams in 1927 SENIOR EDITION IS JUDGED SUPERIOR IN TWO DEPARTMENTS Displaying a better balanced pa- per thnn any of the other classes thn Seniors again mantnlncd thoir teputation for putting things over by copping the most desirable position on the ranking table for the class editions of The Optimist. Better cdl- itorlals better written articles and more feature stories of the human interest typo were responsible for the judges choice. Mr. Howard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1926

aiMP .lQlJIJLl-LTL15aLl MMMlllT-r1'1" '"" I num. -.I- i. u.. .'W.ipilKTFprrpr- . v?-fW7J '.'.""" ' r?m!f Tyr y?y .vr' " irrvrfja-'-;';: -.. 4ix PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST Ifcfiaw .. " 'vfpmwwrvif 3wvis; 'J Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilcno Christian College. Offico Green Building Room A Subscription Per Yoar ?1.60 Address nil correspondence nnd make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE. TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collogiato Preas Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTER Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associato Editor ERNEST n. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH CHARLIE DAMRON MILLARD HUMPHREY- LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK Assistant Editor Religious Editor -Circulation Manager ... Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor The Fliwer's Cmriculuia I M5s l'u.SiwSl i Lunmuge J ? mg$m ) nusc ART iSr vs luj . ffl READ THIS BEFORE YOU CRITICIZE It is not the policy of the staff to apologize for any effort that rep- resents its best achievement under existing circumsta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1926

v" f f " t :: - V. . ; . :- -j3&W. wat'iin -i nr- .- TVi-M. . .j. P !.. . 1SU 111 .AE.-ri 1 :-w r-. .-. ;-f r-.- i - n .- THE OPTIMIST PAGE THREE 7 - ' f " i i Jt. L ' i s y'S i Jfam Again Flags Leading Role in Glee Club Journeg RETURN TRIP FROM LUBBOCK HINDERED BY PLENTY OF MUD ' The glco club spring tour to Lub- bock wns in nccordanco with preced- cntctl standards for that organiza- tion according to tho musicians who participated in tho journey to tho Plains last Thursday. . Traveling In a twenty-passenger bus and aided by tho fair weather the trip to tho Hub City was mndo made In good time. Tho clubmen wero assigned! homes with tho Lubbock people who had thrown open thoir homes to tho invading Abllenians. A number of ox-students of A. C. C. wero on hand to seo that transporta- tion was furnished to their former school mates. Somo of the exes en- countered wero: Pug Brown Dad Nolcs Ora Brown Luther Hnrris Chick McElyea (now a married man) Elmo Payne Emmcrson Shepherd nnd wife...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 April 1926

MBiWMMMIMIMMWMBMttWaiHimtil '" sW''y ivw PAGB FOUR THE OPTIMIST WWraWBWW' V 6 . W' ft' i''l t i giSJSElSJSiSJHIoyBI Yours For Newest Styles The Cinderella Bootery CREATORS OF" NOVELTY FOOTWEAR 228 Pino Street Phono 230 JEiaaESHEjaiBli REFRESHMENTS ARE SERVED AT WILSON FOR TRI-Q MEMERS Members of tho Tri-Q Club and their guests experienced one of tho most enjoyable nffiaira of tho season Snturdny ovening. At tho appointed hour they mot nt tho homo of Win- nlo Locke and tho entertainment which followed was very interesting nnd unique. Each couple soon de- parted after being informed to meet again at ten oclock. nt tho Wilson Cafe. Not a person forgot about this important meeting and by nine thirty each couple was present with a ready appetite. Delightful refreshments in two courses were served to the following club members nnd their Kuests: Mis ses Theresa Forrester Eva Ewing Nell Hollar Wilma Cavniss Odessa Ledbetter Winnie Locke Yettn Mit- chell and Lylian Arledge; Messrs L. L. Blak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1926

frlT 'Il" TirfnTTllMM-Mfl1TT--ll Mill ill ' ll .- : ' - vi' ':-' taMMIi .!.. li ' .a. ' W' ; v. - VJ 1 J . .ct. 'f'0H JOURNALISM EDITION -V'vftc;- C vV 4. J f-A'i M T.S RJR&' ''IliiliBHslfi'lai JiriiiLxkqHiiinsli . VOLUME XIII Junior-Senior Banquet to Be Held Tuesday Evening DETAILS ARE PUNNED BY HOGG LEGGETT AND KRANER OF COMMITTEE OVER EIGHTY STUDENTS OF THE TWO CLASSES ARE ELIGIBLE TO ATTEND Eight thirty next Tuesday evening will find forty-one seniors nnd na many juniors in the Grace Dining Room for the celebration of tho an- nual junior-Bcnior banquet the de- tails for the staging of which are now pretty well developed accord- ing to tho program committee com- posed of Henry Hogg Eugene Kran- er and Altha Leggott. Chairman Hogg of tho committee has mado it known that the program and plans will not be made public until tho evening of the banquet. One thing only has the committee seen fit to divulge . . . That is that every member of tho junior class is re- quested to have th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1926

W. v iraaissawwlglaFail s$r . ' . ' ' '' . t v t PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST 'A "SmmSSSmoBKSSt ft Mk 1 Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. ; Offlco Green Building Room A Subscription For Year .fl.GO Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Momber of Texas Inter-colloglato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANC ETTEK Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associato Editor CATALOGUE TO BE IN HANDS OF PRINTERS ABOUT FIRST OF MAY PEN FEATHERS OF PEGASUS ERNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH CHARLIE DAMRON MILLARD HUMPHREY- LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK Assistant Editor Religious Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Annuitant Editor Assistant Editor JOURNALISM EDITION Editor Assistant Editor ROSS DAWKINS MILLARD HUMPHREY NOTE This edition of Tho Optimist was published exclusively by tho members of tho journalism classes. Every member of tho two classes con- tributed something to this issue. SMILE 1 IT WON'T KILL ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1926

SAstflf THE OPTIMIST -7 -ffiBSi :.L. -.'. '.VV. V ..'v.ia33WSB vjffijj'MlMWfliiTOfiMMMIWOBwM TwwlSHHt PAOB THREE ' ' V' 5-. r 8.V. -"tlrji.i.. r.-. . )SH'' - - .' ' .... .... fe " tp Morris and King Down Wheaton Illinois WHEATON ILLINOIS LOSES TO POWERFUL A. C. C. CHAMPIONS COACH ADAMS' DEBATORS SUC- CESSPULLY DEFEND NEGATIVE-OP CHILD LABOR QUERRY By wresting a threo to nothing de- cision from the powerful forensic team of Wheaton College Whcnton 111. In a hotly contested discussion last Saturday night in the local au- ditorium Abner Morris and George King brought the total number of wins for the season to five mnking the total percentage for the season well over eight hundred. Tho Wild- cat debators defended the affirmative side of tho Child Labor Amendment question. George King opened the discussion for tho local college with extended proof that there is need for national regulation of child labor In addition to the laws already in force by tho several states. He pointed out the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 April 1926

--: 3Bfc w PAGE FOUR THE OPTIMIST E W "A ( iMMiuBUMiMflattaaMiiafflgga PATTERNS PATTERNS WE HAVE THEM PATTERNS The Cinderella Bootery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR iMftaflHicinHPffl'JiiigiiKPmmamfnmmmmiDfEffimimtpaKKaituiPl A VOICE FROM DISTANT INDIA The following is part of n letter from Brother and Sister Gcorgo K. Desha who lately arrived in India where they will do missionary work for tho Church of Christ. The letter abounds with enthusiasm nnd inter- est. Dear Brother Cox: Dr. Watson a missionary of the Australian Churches of Christ gave us a very friendly welcome at the pier when we disembarked at Bom- bay about 8 o'clock on the morning of February 28th. By 9 o'clock our luggage containing only personal ef- fects had passed through the cus- toms house free of duty. At 10:15 that night we left Bombay on the JVIadras Mail. The next morning at 4 o'clock wo changed trains at Dhond and 11 miles from thero we arrived at Tlmpri around B o'clock. Immediately we loft in a tonga a two wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 April 1926

; IKf"1! iirfe ;i . " ''V''- 'I ATTEND TRACK MEET Clffa Vllltttltll ATTEND TRACK MEET I . """" ' ? ' ' VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. THURSDAY APRIL 29 192G. NUMBER 30. W I - II . B) k fflarf Cope Pws. To L P0 A Amowu&s Program for Meat J - """ - ' UllMJLTAVAlU W. rivw wi .. unVTUntlTU t . M.. MAYES FORMER DEAN OF JOURNALISM STATE UNIV. MAIN SPEAKER CONVENTION WILL FORMALLY OPEN WITH THE CHAPEL EXERCISES AT TEN O'CLOCK The collego general assembly at 10 o'clock Thursday morning will of- ficially open the annual convention of the T. t. P. A. at Howard Payne College. A welcome will bo made by Presi- dent Edgar Godbold of the Brown- wood Institution and Millard L. Cope president of the T. I. P. A. will extend greetings. Officers of the hssoclation will be introduced by President Cope. These officers are Albert Jackson of S. M. U. Luther Haynle of Trinity Mar- jorie Whiteker of Baylor College Claude C. Curtis and C. Smith Bell of Howard Payne. Dean Thomas H. Taylor of Howar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 April 1926

. '-a ; -r' rv j:imte&mMtijmii:z: .. " .:.VJ ''?. '' numr mi 11 " ' . -'i f vi TEE OPTIMIST 'MMflH . .. r J" . . . -": ' n- - Tav"1f-fr i - . ?.s. ' .... J -.. ..i tA. t i ' - ------' - - -- rrr P: ' flAGETWO . 4 ; 1 m i m. i - K ' ..V K ' '' r IV r 1 ..' :. - X' -'l Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year fl.60 Address nil correspondence and make nil Money Orders Payable to TIIE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-colleginto Press Association r ". BUUTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTER Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associate Editor ERNEST H. WITT VIRGIL SMITH CHARLIE DAMRON . LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK Assistant Editor . . Religious Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Editor STRONG CAST IN "THE CHARM SCHOOL" TONIGHT Tonight nt eight o'clock the acade- my seniors will present "Tho Charm School" a comedy of unusual inter- est. The cast chosen for this play has been under th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 April 1926

.; r ' 5 :' ' r?; ; 'ft r r THE OPTIHIBT ;.v" v..( Ai?'r ffSifclllPft K -r- . J3. . -j-.' i i ii i i t ii ii i ! mi h i i i' mum in iw i mi ii iingirF""" n Win hw mm ji hm mm i isi mm m a ! i I .' ... IV. T i-'v-f - l- . I 7i F-JF Wl Y . - f ". '$ V t- ' 4' ' - I : usssa A.C.C. Splits Series With Howard Payne Last Week Thursday night tho A. C. C. Wild- cnts wore glnd thnt Howard Pnyno jvnrno longer n member of tho T. I. A. A.. If they hnd been tho Wildcats' perfect rating In that organization ior tho 1020 baseball season with four wins and no losses would havo been-grcatly marred. For tho visiting Brownwood club showed nn nbsoluto disrespect for names. Thoy figured n pltchor by any other namo would- n't havo been nny easier to hit hence smote tho offerings of Preacher Thurman. Christlnn mound ace all around tho outer edges of tho lo- cals' ball park for a total of 14 safe blngles exactly half of them for ex- tra cushions and took tho delayed series opener 7 to 2. Tho most terrrlflc ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 April 1926

w JVft.1 jy Tk .-fo ' amnuM yw4 -jprag JKn.A.Vnli .jii'rul'V X VJL'f limmk'l'9f - v "w an i I'll 11 lin i i mi - .... .fT i ii ... ini.it .- n . i T I IB jg.1-.... .. r .Jwr-Jit .v. . --:. t.atlTTtt-t'atU! t.r li JLil5!i-ii.BJ IU.L'a'..A.'" ...!! ' .'.. '...i'i. i 'Mil i.iii.'Bi i i i i iiiroi 8Jfl 'V TTWT v PAGE FOUR THE OPTIMIST :- - w? mL M&vz: .. rirr"TTWTTViniTiiTnfin(riifiiifir j' - a ..ja.h' .. i..ytaa.vmxnii. WPPS jl uw"TT" immmmmmmammmKmmimBBmmmwwmmmmfmnimmmmmmmmmmmnimmmamm li .ik 1 ' ' """ iMjiMMEEo.fafcg.. at. . -- .. ):.v;-. lff7; -- - - . . 'T..1. . .. T" S8BJHM ilEt a A' 1 . rss ft'. I fcV I !J3SlSiaiSiaUEI5I31SJSS ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT The Cinderella Bootery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR 220 Pine Street Phone 230 OBCTSjarBJgrBiBErBHBiBiagJBi G Wildcats Lose Two Straight to Saints Monday - Tuesday First Game Sunday afternoon the West Texas Fair Association extended an invita- tion to the public to inspect and try out its recently improved race track at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 May 1926

z?vorc& rjTwTRwK :vzz :: . . "i -j "t'"i ;'''" "fiiyymw "-1 KW- pt . A. C. CIS EXPERIENCING THE GREATEST YEAR IN HER HISTORY VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MAY G 1926. NUMBER 31. wa t 'V !. i? w'jktj'V' " ' r v rj' ; : ..-Mt .i . ithj . .& .i-v f .v.i v.fSai'.jTro. r'fjt'Mn't. . t.ry. ".dSTJii. i. rmBTTilrTMTW f XmW'yWvf :-iirm $mmmWMt&m & ' I W . A. C. CIS EXPERIENCING 'S' X THE GREATEST YEAR IN k j HER HISTORY '$& v$ lilll1 wlTI 111 I lift I 1 ft- Sixty-Nine Attend Annual Junior -Sr. Banquet at Grace JUNIORS ARE HOST TO SENIORS IN BRILLIANT AFFAIR AT GRACE HOTEL; SPONSORS MORLAN AND BREWER ATTEND JAZZ ORCHESTRA FAVORS WITH APPROPRIATE MUSIC. Sixty nlno members of tho Abilene Christian College division of upper- classmen tempornrily forgot their scholastic worries and obligations in tho celebration of tho annual junior- senior banquet at tho Graco Dining Room Monday evening. Tho affair was indeed a gay ono with tho fra- grance of freshly plucked...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 May 1926

i $ PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST 4 'flj 1 " E ? iv few !?.' p . ?WM Published Weekly by tho Students of Abilene Christian College. Offlco Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year -11.60 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ADILENE. TEXAS. Momber of Texas Intcr-colleglato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTER Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associnto Editor EDWIN MARTIN NAMED PRINCIPAL OF A. & ML CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL Former A. C. C. Student Receives Responsible Post ERNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH CHARLIE DAMRON LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK GEORGE KING Assistant Editor Religious Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Editor . Assistant Editor PRIZE WINNING EDITORIAL HARDSHIP Perhaps the greatest paradox of tho nges is hardship. Men in all walks of life strivo to nvoid it and countless numbers of the humnn family endure it only because they hope one day to escape it. Hard- ship has blasted the tender hopes of milli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 May 1926

THE OPTMI8T PAGE THREE -SEISf ADAMS BISHOP WITT j "" 1 ' : ' Jf Interest Runs High as Track Season Draws to Close; Final Ijfeet Held at Denton May 14 v Much interest is being shown in tho work of the A. C. C. track team os tho season draws to n close. This is tho first tlmo in several years that any special interest has been manifested in this phase of athletics Under the leadership and guidance of Coach J. Eddie Wccms tho men havo gradually developed into a splendid track team when it is re- mombered that this is the first ex- perience on a cinder path for most of ' them. It is felt that tho school has been especially fortunate in securing tho services of Coach Wccms. He is n track man of no llttlo famo himself and his ability as a coach is not to be overlooked. He knows how to make tho men work and enjoy it and tho success of tho team has been largely duo to tho fighting spirit in- stilled in tho men by him. The team will go to Denton next week to participate in tho T I. A. A. mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 May 1926

:iw.fn "c?r4 -'? K vy V s VmTT-t'OT B tJ&feUw-- ..a .. - .'i&.-'j. ' -' JSJ'C - !" 3WW W. JP4M$ ?mwm wf; ' PAGE FOUR THE OPTIMIST . ' 7 ..v '-' K?:'sw5raMAs: i''liiMVwwUMInlhfiroMiMllAkt'yii'i ivrni V" ZsfixL' 2"s - . . T'T WOTT: xm$ "wi 'V !7TiW 3 i If EJfnaiSlSJHISy ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW AND DIFFERENT 77ie Cinderella Bootery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR 228 Pino Street Phono 230 a cMBEEKiaEEISKJHSKIiME T. L P. A. Has Capable Secretary HENRY HOGG WELL QUALIFIED TO BE OFFICER OF T. I. P. A. In electing Henry T. Hogg to the office of corresponding secretnry of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press As- sociation at tho convention in Brown- wood last week there can bo little doubt that tho T. I. P. A. secured one of tho most capable officers available in Texas colleges. Henry Hogg is a citizen of Ste- phens Arkansas. Ho landed in A. C. C. as a freshman about three years ago and from tho beginning has made good in every undertaking that he has begun. Mr. Hogg's first claim to distinc- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 May 1926

vm'w.'Vay '-vizmx LI ir VOLUME XIIL ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE. THURSDAY MAY 13 1926 NUMBER 32. If Ml A" CLUB PLANS HOME COMING FOR TENTH ANNIVERSARY B K Eff M M mmm mmm imm r rwtrrm. " Ji i !!s. Jf" F - ' M- M mwm. - mm ( jaifti "S -O' NUMBER 82. 'jSJ iik j.r h r 5 It t up te Itederots AssociiatiioinL Elect Horn Comndxug Temnieirow Morris and King LITTLE INTEREST AS OPTIMIST GOES TO PRESS IMPORTANT ELECTION TO BE HELD IN CHAPEL TOMORROW Although ovry little interest is be ing manifested by the students in the outcome of the student associa- tion election to bo held tomorrow morning in chapel nevertheless it will bd held in spite of existing hind- rances. To date only one nomination has been turned into Walls and the failure to show any sign of interest on tho part of the students is hamp- ering tho real purpose of tho election. The officos of Prcsidont Vice-President Forensic Manager and Secre- tary will bo filled in tho coming election. Tho only nominated candi- date in tho field a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 May 1926

aMw ::;- Vj: MM sitf ";?9Sf!H?p tfiJ PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST FsS''' awwwH ii'iuMj j' iiMimimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmnmu : m i i n MMMHBMMMHHa iBMWIIWW I Illlllll IJ .' J. --it ....UI...UI I.-.-... 5- p;';'spTl-w" .' irxSSRrPp TwBFS I 1 PabUshed Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Offlco Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year fl.60 Address all correspondence and mnko all Money Orders Payablo to THIS OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Mombor of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editorin-Chlcf FRANK ETTEB Business Manager MILLARD nUMPIIREY Assodato Editor BLIND PIANIST OF A. C. C. HEARD FRIDAY LEONARD BURFORD GIVES RECITAL AT McMURRY COLLEGE 5 A. C. C. MEN WILL BE IN THE T. L A. A MEET DAWKINS NELSON AND POW- ELL EXPECTED TO WIN POINTS FOR WILDCATS ERNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH CHARLIE DAMRON LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK GEORGE KING Assistant Editor Religious Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor BURTON COFFMAN WENDELL BEDI...

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