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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 May 1926

Hi.! H!' TrMrmmr 71 .-""j' 'A 5- jL.- ' W mm. r t I i lb' THE OPTIMIST "A"TLUBMANIS" MARRIED AT DALLAS AUBRA BANOWSKY AND VEHDA CRABTRE12 ARE MARRIED SATURDAY "PINAFORE" WILL BE GIVEN hEKE MAY 21 JOE. IRELAND AND ANNIE BESS CHAMBERS WILL TAKE LEADS ."A number of students nnd former students of tho institution Wcro pres- ent last Saturday evening at tho niar- rlugu of Peter Bnnowsky nnd Miss Verdn Crabtreo ut the homo of the bride's parents in Dnllas. Banowaky'c marrlaRo was Of special interest to students of A. C. C. because of the oUBtnuding career he had whllo in A. C. C. Ho is n member of tho "A" Club and by his morrloge to Miss Crabtreo last week became tho most recent member of that order to as- sumo tho duties of a husband. The account of tho wedding as it appeared in the Dalian News is given below: DALLAS Tvxns May 8. The mar-' rlnge of Aubin Benton Haiiowsky of Wichita Falls son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Banownky of that city nnd Miss Verdn Crnbtree dnughtei of Dr. nnd Mrs. Ben...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 13 May 1926

-?V J v .'. ..; Vx.VaV f '"$? B' nnMiMlMhr Mill mi II 1 Tr- -- i-j- .. L T-E3SS3S MWWiMM i mi. iPHiWil llgaHMMWWjPMffihfa to .ife ' -fr:- -.'--j-'V' v .r "t"n (I PAGE FOUR THE OPTIMIST BuaiarauaMMWM Home Study Courses STANDARD COLLEGE COURSES OFFERED BY MAIL. MANY STUDENTS ARE PLANNING TO CONTINUE THEHl EDUCATION DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS THROUGH THE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL. CALL AT THE OFFICE AND LET US ASSIST YOU IN SELECTING YOUR COURSES. A. C. C. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL G. 0. MORLAN Dirootor. THIEF. PAIR OF OUR REGULAR $1.95 HOSIERY $5.00 The Cinderella Bootery FOR SATURDAY ONLY t . TlfTlwMTMMlltrfftrtltitti mi fcm id Hidil ' -J " '" vi 1 ?JL ."W!tTrV. ' .Vm. -.vA al -...--'.V T3.' ""WWWBWWWMMMHHMMB 2J355E32EJSI3fi!!ISI3EJ ROLL OP "A" CLUB (Continued from pngo 1) Insurnnco business. HARRY B. WRIGHT Okla.; Teaching. FLOYD COFFEE Lorraine Texas J 1921 w. EARL BROWN Abilene Texas; Professor in A. U. U. HERBERT SIKES Cordell Oklh; Professor in 0. C. C. BYRD RAY LEWIS Clyde Texas; Insuran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 May 1926

JMMJ' -- ...... v . --- - - - - . -.Jt - "" &qrl.. BBHaagS! .I'jljj. "" ' "i " j: ' - j. mp :W""7r "' v.. VfSrw' "i; rx ' FINAL' EXAMS-;" "'V' ' f3ml id FWH "WW If lll 4- " "THEN HOME a IB wrN-l I Wr i Nw llllllll Til mm VOLUME XIII. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE TIIUIISDAY MAY 20 192G. NUMBER 33. i E -- rr - r -a vW &A "PINAFORE" TO BE STAGED FRIDAY STRONG CAST AND ABLE CHORUSES TO GIVE COMIC OPERA MISS DUNN TO PRESENT GLEE CLUDS IN LIGHT OPERA TOMORROW JOE IRELAND WILL SING i Outstanding Tenor Will Carry Lend- ing Part; Annie Bess Chambers Plays Other Lend Tomorrow night the H. M. S. Pin- nforc widely known Comic Opera will bo presented by Miss Myrtle Dunn. Ono of tho strongest ensts that has ever been assembled from local talent in West Texas has been brought together by Miss Dunn and tho presentation of this operetta will bo tho climax of the scries of spring dramatic events. Joo Ireland tenor soloist will take tho leading male role whilo Miss Annio Bess Chambers graduate in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 May 1926

'vi1 Ti ri-inriiiinrrTinnmrBMMMftMiMiiiiiiiM-h--"-'-s-"---'- ' -f ..jw T I PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST - --.. i uvmmtmmmittlittKtKlttlMKKMtKKtKKBk '" . i-np m& m Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year 41-60 Address all correapondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Mombor of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTKK Business Mansfcr MILLARD HUMPHREY Associate Editor ERNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH CHARLIE DAMRON LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK GEORGE KING Assistant Editor Religious Editor .Circulation Manager As8istant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor THE RIGHT TO VOTE DRAMATIC CHILDHOOD HISTORY OF SINO KWAI (By Georgo Benson) College students are becoming affected by the general spirit of the times in regard to the privilege of casting tho ballot in democratic elections. It seems from present indications that there are.many who do not appr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 May 1926

j 'j i ;al''-lij". I' J- K.TIli 2yV fJSWSSrjpW'f ? --- - ""iTtnfi;'?". &?&' tZ i 1-I ' ' r" WV&f 1 ''&!& THE 0PT1MI8T PACK THREK ? H"jr-'"" "" " "' ""' ii.i..LjhJi.jrair.ui i:.ji ?;viTfi!"i'Fi--i-w'TTi "i m-i -i ! m .w w yrwf M-m i m t-i'rwxi f-uiw tr'-iarraTrTn rn.i -i 1 1 : i ; : -n :; '.t1: i:t Ti':iTr?TTr -tti-! r;r?TTi-r?TTi-t t"M""i' -i-n n . i TtTi'-'-T-'t'w wwy 11'm.wtiwinnw nnmiiii.n..wi mwi wwihhm i i M'f i-iTi-t-i ;- TT-.-iTrgr.TTTH-WTT-w w-i-n.' The Times Printing Co PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS - LARGER EQUIPMENT-BETTER SERVICE 1A V il "Exactly Right Printing " pffifcfr ft. i- ry Miller Feeder and Press One of our Printing Units. FIRST DOOR WEST F. & M. BANK WILL BE PLEASED TO SEE YOU. IflKBt PHONE 225 SOUTH FIRST STREET Intcrtype Machine One of Our Composition Units mjiiiiijj:ijijuijji;i!in:iji!iijj:iiii;ijuj:iiiiiiiujiiji-i .i I ! .i .t-tu ii 'I .t .hi a HISTORY OF GYMNASIUM .7v-H ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE May 11 192C On October 11 1923 in the colum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 20 May 1926

-s Pago 4 THE OPTIMIST hMMHtoMBfflggifflflMflwgMigfflfflmnneamasffimmffl BMmaManuMM 0 rnM n e.n.v rnu run omuivuni ahu inunuAi Hand painted Goorgotto Handkerchief with every purchaso of FIVE DOLLARS or mora. The Cinderella Bootery Home Study Courses STANDARD COLLEGE COURSES OFFERED BY MAIL. MANY STUDENTS ARE PLANNING TO CONTINUE THEIR EDUCATION DURHIG THE SUMMER MONTHS THROUGH THE CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL. CALL AT THE OFFICE AND LET US ASSIST YOU IN SELECTING YOUR COURSES. A. C. C. CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL G. 0. MORLAN Director. 228 PINE PHONE 230 MggmanaHirafflmmfflngittgaomCTffifflfflmggaMmam ' "jt; tnninginniBpgsiiiiflciaCiMiM " ii i . ft II l IE (i m I T 1 m IV I f '? ANNUAL SUB-TMG PICNIC IS STAGED (Continued from pago 1) from the rough ride; ice cream still cold; special Sub-T-16 sandwiches prepared without tho usual quantity of sand; and bread furnished by Er- nest Walls were tho principal items of interest. The proper vanquishing of the menu was succeeded by more moun- tain climbi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

''.. ' '.' '.'. - -JL . . - f y .. iA ' .' rLMtfclrJ& & " ' j3 - n -. :-'v. ..-.. : . Ti s; -x fr Ar;h. c .?i;&iib'"R;: :j. v ;. 'iWir : - "XT. ."itf"" t&t-. ' ' wV'tut pr : . a-j . "Tlv ' .SftCjOawftjart! i '. . i.' Jr. l i!? ' -mN hoii ' A ! !5 i FINAL EXAMS- ...1( .; jt ' - . -. i.!'!i r . i5'A m '" i U Li' fr JV I'. ' S!T N s 2i & iV. VOLUME X1IL ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 1'JjlSDAY MAY 27 192C. NUMBER 34. GROUND WILL SOON BE BROKt;: FOR NEW AD BUILDING Soul Y Rfley Wagg SuassI mil Campaign to Lal Pm Orchestra Will Attend W. L C. C. Convention at Amarillo Soon GIBSON'S MUSICIANS rtEcHvtoifc Wide RECOGNITION A. C. C. ORCHESTRA TO APPEAR MANY TIMES THOROUGH PRACTICES WILL FEATURE WORKOUTS FROM NOW UNTIL TRIP 1 i CAMPAIGN LEADER J. S. Gibson director of the Wildcnt band and orchestrn'' trained consider- able recognition throughout CWest Texas when the Abilene Christian Collego orchestra was invited to at- tend the C. of C. convention to bo held tin Amarillo the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

. - l---. MaltatiWWBBMM aiiiiarf M-MitiMMMa j;rj.rm-mm" ' SMB&4S ' BUI ri7mmW WriW? i A'i i hi. - ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE; SCHOOL OF. THE INDIVIDUAL WHAT WE HAVE EQUIPMENT .We havo n large campus in tho edgq of the most beautiful residen- tial 'section of Abilene a nice walk from tho business district. Wo havo six large and well built brick build ings and one stucco dining hall. Tho administration building is commod- ious and convenient .The two build- ings for women are heated and light ed with gas electricity and steam. Theso are real homes for our girls each room of which is hotter than a majority of our good hotels running water hot and cold baths. Then wo havo the President's homo which also houses a number of boys. For the young men wo have a three story brick building recently completed. This? building has running hot and cold water in each room and is heat- ed by natural gas. It has toilets hot and cold shower baths on each floor. We havo threo frame buildings in which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

y a r "imm fru:;- i iw&rv THE OPTIMIST Tii. -i?a i in i i mniii mwifc i i iTirwgi irnTmnTMiH iri wnrar"" l i t i iihdTTurr in 'in ' ' mill i mi1 w w i iizr. i&mAr v - FiniiiuwriiJtrTmnimirimrii r riMMnmwam frnnniM nil v i rrir irimnrmiiiBrniiMiMi i iir innT ? THWMMra'W ll . i f - . -j usni .r s JMfliraidHTOWs my&iHiBOT?2 i ' . ' ''rj3rairiWiEraHCTMHO?HrKMiiwawOT7ra '- r r'rr3iairAraK .h riTaer ' rr rw w. wt rAirtJJtaraMHaaamwHra. ? ? va . j .. - r YwTf'w-T rf'nTTr-? v ' '' ..r. -. w. mat; ; ' Y$KMlZFij U & w 1 L- y. IS - lb I ' ' '. J & 1 )!- . If "T "mf: 1 l k. i. W ' i" PRESENTED IN RECITAL ALTHA LEGGEH GIVES BRILLIANT PIANO RECITAL A. C. C. STUDENT IS PRESENTED IN .GRADUATING VRECI- TAL. MANAGER MISS ALTHA LEGGETT Altha Leggctt graduate student of piano In the A. C. C. Fine Arts De- partment a pupil of Miss Fat Malone played to a largo and enthusiastic audience Tuesday evening in her graduating recital. Tho program was one of merit receiving favorable comment ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

'JifLui. 'T5rr er'"i 5. Hfffr( ' 'sWfWMii THE OPTIMIST wi'iiiuwiiwiifr iiiqi.w iiiiiM ii. limn v v j 1 1 . ? 1 TV ft 111 ' n t( 'rO i i -ir tttUJMi PaUUlMd TTMkly by th Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year .$1.50 Addrect all correspondence and mnko nil Money Orders Payable to ' THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Momber of Texas Intcr-colloglato Proas Association BURTON COPFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTBS Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associate Editor KRNE6T H. WITT. VIRGIL SMITH -Assistant Editor .Religions Editor CHARLIE DAMRON LOID W1LMON ALEEN COOK GEORGE KING -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Editor PEN FEATHERS OF PEGASUS (ON FINDING A PHOTOGRAPH OF A SMALL BOY AND HIS DOG) Assistant Editor SOME BOUQUETS With this issue of Tho Optimist the last chapter in the college year has been recorded. Although there have been countless mistakes and nl- tough the fault finder has found ample room for the exercise of his talen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

IMps-rir:. ' ' tfalSafl FF' 'l )l .11 itHWtl' 'X ?w v -i t i vJ- ' H ' V . -J f .: - THE OPTIMIST i. t: i WHAT A. C. C. OFFERS HKIflffiiHjBiMMBlBHM I Gffr. '' ... V .. .f : vrt M w Wi iff-rr-Y THIS w In o 'ossibl 'ho 0 rovloi 'g th Jbllsh"- ; av co....'. - m Cqf (.; o mo'-( '' f ' we J . " ' fch YT . The d J-. s set " . ' ''?'' was ' ""' tho C . flf . nat'en " '? ortlslj-" ' J:"' mort ; . J- ' mor vV id b4. ' 'cewial '" "-.'" ; ds sW -' i' waagv. Ji i aroV. ' - ' h'attl. ;;'';- 'n fit f;' lj- oserM ' ij;'t hoW ' ' ".H ' PRESENT EQUIPMENT. v In order that tho stuaents may livo In homo-liko comfortablo quarters havo well prepnrcd wholesomo and palatably meals may do their work with good tools such as literary and laboratory apparatus Abilene Chris tian Colic go provides only first clnss equipment. On tho campus aro tho following: . Administration Building. Tho building contains three well- furnlshcd colleges offices an eight thousand volume library and reading room adjoining; laborato...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

' ' InrfmmlnMtnrT WKuvh SENIORS CELEBRATE CLASS PICNIC THIS AlumniEx-Student Ass'n. Plaits Annual Banquet WKpamcgaroggnaiiflHaHgi FAVORABLE FORECAST FOR NEXT DEBATING SEASON NEARLY ALL OLD MEN TO BE HERE AGAIN CHAS. R. BREWER WILL BE HEAD OF COACHING STAFF CMS 1 it Store il WEEK AT CHRISTOYAL An early outlook for the debating 1 prospects of 1020-'27 reveals n vory favorablo forecast. With two stellar performers in tho personages of Mor- ris and King to contond for first honors on tho men's team and with tho brotherly firm of Robert and Burton Coffman as aspirants for a similar -record and with a goodly reservo of now material to thrust thoir hats in tho ring next year is looked forward to with keen inter- est. To Havo Girl Team. Ono of tho features of tho year will bo tho instituting of girl's do- bating which for tho past few years has not functioned. It is reported that a number of high school contend- ers will bo enrolled to furnish suffi- cient material to build at least ono tea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

V m HI - a. Mr 1. 1 fc-- fvr - ' r a The Champion " Senior Play be Given Next Sat. 7 Senior Week is here and nil the ' "f honor and respect posslblo Is being : ' bestowed upon tho Seniors during this week. They nro excused from their classes they nro to havo chargo of nil tho chapel exercises of tho week and various other programs around here or in other words they are to tako matters of tho college in their hands during this week. Several entertainments havo been planned but their Senior play "Tho Champion" by Louden and Thomas is to bo tho crowning event of tho week. "Tho Champion" will bo given Sat- urday night May 29. This play is an interesting one and will afford amusement to all thoso who attend. "The Champion" is tho story of a young Englishman who camo to America and became tho light weight champion of tho world. After some years ho returned to his home but Is very unwolcomed by his parents who nro very aristocratic people bc- causo of tho fact that ho is a common fighter. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

;' .-..": . H-w-'."' ;.' v :::?rrr'r .: " y tmfn TT.7. I tjpjMjfcfl in riirftnOT i'i i Viiii ttMMiwwi'' . . ' 3 ; .Stf) vSfTv1' ! THE OPTIMIST NEW SYSTEM OF ATHLETIC AWARDS IS INAUGERATED mmiLz:js JmHK' PL r x Vmt ' ' rfflk UNIFORMITY IS ONE BIG FEATURE IN NEW SYSTEM OF LETTERING WILDCAT OP 10 CARAT GOLD WILL I1E GIVEN EVERY MAN MAKING A LETTER Tho report of the Athlotlc Com- mittee of Abilone Christian College for a meeting hold on Ma 10th In- dicates that a how system of athlet- ic awards has been worked out and that this system will bo put in oper- ation Immediately. Among tho changes noted is tho specification for uniformity which decrees that each lettcrman In any and all athletic events shall recelvo a 10 Carat Gold Wildcat tho branch of the sport and other customary information to bo engraved upon a gold bar that will bo appended. Other noteworthy changes from tho old systom may bo noted in tho copy of a part of tho minutes which is given below. DEANS OFFICE May 19 1920. The ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 May 1926

mmsmmw :mmmm 1FFVW&- - gflggggMMMn . THE oprongT - - .ffik - :' w i b 5 I t P1 d l wi Wl 3 of mil nl'tf 31 no 7 iovj WOJ IssTl ro ;lt P iV. I' JUNE THIRD IS DATE FINALLY SET FOR "SERVANT IN HOUSE' REDUCED RATES ARE . PROMISED BY THE DRAMATIC CLUB STRONG CAST AND INTEREST- ING PLOT INDICATES VERY niGH CLASS PRODUCTION At last tho date for the prosenta tion of "Tho Servant in tho Ilouao" has been definitely set for Thursday June 3 and preparations are now be ing rushed. Tho plot is interesting tho cast strong and thore is no rea- son why tho performance should not be of a high quality. Although tho production is sched- ule'd for an evening during tho final examinations the merit of the play and tho' promised reduction in tho rates should moro than offset this disadvantage in determining the size of tho audience. A very high recommendation of the play is incorporated in the fact that it is at present undergoing u sensational revival in Now York city under the) leadership of the fam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1926

SK38Sw . vBM' ' - - - "f. Wa . ' '. Kit i -m . " MuL'i-J-'- .". 'L WHITE FOR TRUTH AND RIGHT PUBLISHED DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS BY THE ALUMNI EX-STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OF ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHItlSTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JUNE 17 1926. -mm "SSff PURPLE IS FOR LOYALTY 1 fftftfciBBI 'mm ' fi NUMBER 35. 'jS -im 1 -im.i.n.ii - y p n .--. EX-STUDENTS REORGANIZE ASS'N. HOLD BANQUET 45 Awarded B. A. W. D. CAMPBELL AND DEAN SPECK APPEAR AS CLASS SPEAKERS On Monday Juno 14 Ablleno was vlsitcd by a heavy rntn hail and windstorm. Such occurrences though rare enough to attract attention have been noted in this section be .fore. Tho extremely unique incident of the visitation wore the several flurries of snow flakes seen from time to time descending with the rain hail pitchforks nnd similar proverbial precipitations from the nebulous formations in theso parts. Phenomenal weather conditions of this typo must bo "explained. Days of diligent research work ended in tho conclusi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 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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