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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1926

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 June 1926

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 July 1926

gtLgtakL rim """ r rt r r r7 f;wr- ' - - S y 'SlA VfcW'M Wf V 4 - 1 "" ; "i. WHITE FOR TRUTH AND RIGHT PURPLE IS FOR LOYALTY .. PUBLISHED BI-WEEKLY DURING THE SUMMER MONTHS BY THE ALUMNI EX-STUDENTG ASSOCIATION. a VOLUME XIII. ABlLEtfE CimiSTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JULY 1 1920. NUMBER 30. a fMllr VErlllllllJRl ! OPEN DRIVE TO PUBLISH ALUMNI FATHER0FA.C.C. STUDENT DROWNED IN LYTLE CREEK Students hero during the past ses- sion will bo grioved to hear of tho death by drowning on Thursday Juno 24 of G. T. Ynrbrough of Abi- lone father of Joan Yarbrough who attended A. G. C. tho past session. Mr. Yarbrough his only daughter Joan and Miss Evelyn Catc 18 a student of tho National Business Col- lego hero had gono to Lytlo creek in tho eastern outskirts of Abilcno chiefly that tho man might teach his daughter and her friend to swim. Miss Cato slipped and fell from a high dam and was dazed by tho fall. Mr. Yarbrough rushed to her aid reached her and was bringing her from tho water when Joan rush...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 July 1926

r 7 "V "jSjioiiiifc sa rj '. Itft. AjJ MT' -1 ' Vi jf 'wt VJ ''"-. A " ' ' ' Y tl ( I M o I t $ . Of II Pago 2. THE OPTIMIST mb1 OPTIMIST Published bi-monthly during tho summer months by tho Alumnl-Ex-Studcnts - Association of Ablleno Christian College Entered as second class mnil matter at tho Post OfTlco at Ablleno Texas. Office Green Building Room A Address all correspondence to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS 24 WENDELL II. BEDICHEK Edltor-inChlcf HAROLD L. ANDERSON '26 Associate Editor OSCAR KELLEY Business Manager CHILI ADAMS WILL COACH NEXT YEAR AT OKLAHOMA C. C. MARRIAGE OF R. 0. KENLEY JR. TO MISS THELMA SHOWALTER OFFICERS ALUMNI-EX-STUDENTS ASSOCIATION DON H. MORRIS '24 W. CLAUDE SIKES 21 ALBERT WALLS 25 JUANA JANE REEVES '25 .President First Vico-Presldont Second Vice-President Secretary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: DON H. MORRIS '24; HOLLIS L. MANLEY '10; WILL II. SCOTT; MRS. A. B. MORRIS '25; ESSIE RAMBO '22. READ THIS BEFORE BREAKFAST "CHILI" ADAMS In tho olden days tho Fourth roll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 July 1926

Br " "P i . .-j . - xwzmzww& ' si'imm..dtfoirf tr';nK1Ty3f lVAi"'1""? " '" IW . . " "vrfe"! M i : ' ir i t -i 'i 'V-ftflp-W! r'WfT ; fl " I ' '.'I r'' . . ' ;tw - 't " iff " BLt ' ' '- . - wfcML?lnS T - mMBHk k 3s MftK " - - - u -' -.-. --. . Ail in r a.uvacmv0MijrRtkBi Lir.rH9irTLJ.i9ii a . swmir s -mum. v ummronraLHnra i t rrwBif- t . r Ajstu. w-.j " vvr"Vi ' a ROACH - BAISDEN WEDDING TAKES PLACE JUNE 13 A wedding of interoBt to former students of A. C. 0. was thnt of Miss Bernico Roach and Mr. Clydo Bals- don which was solomnized on Juno 18 nt tho Church of Christ at Bard- well Texas. Miss Itoach was in school here during tho 1921-22 session. Sho is a sister of Mnry Itoach now in school hero and of Gertrude Roach who was hero during tho past spring torm. Tho ceremony was said by Brother Walker of Ennls. Tho church was decorated with clinging vines trclliscd as n back- ground for tho altar. On each sido tall Shepherdess baskets filled with cut flowers in pink wcro used. Prompt...

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

H vv. fin Tuin i J -4. w hTTT ;' t'tVii ilfejJfiJBQn BtKfe.-. mammutnJiemJIMmHJMM. -..L - ft? tiMt f Pago 4. THE OPTIMIST (K Sa W " " J ift)iBpflptgj "EXE" PEM80MAL! Nowa from Wayne Cates to a local young woman states that ho la work- ing every day in the oil fiolds both to mako a living and bo nblo to return to A. C. G. when football training opens and to put himself in tho best of physical condition for tho 1020 grid campaign. Catcs is ono of tho most likely players that has ever come to A. C. C. Tipping tho scales At moro than 100 without a pound of surplus flesh his weight coupled With unusual experience makes him ft feared man at tackle. From frequent reports reaching a cortain young man who is laboring ha Abileno as his first position sinCo obtaining a sheokskln from A. C. 0. Fayo Story is spending tho slimmer quietly at her homo in Valliant Okla. That reminds an old-timer of anothor old-timer from Valliant Old Doc Clarkson. Wonder what Doc is doing? Returning from Pecos whore...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 September 1926

wmzmm V- "wyw 4 r'l 1' ( A -C mm t Jf . Ki tow1 -' m r y'i rav . rfKllft . ;. j. i ATTEND THE PEP RALLY THIS EVENING ATTEND THE PEP RALLY THIS EVENING ji mhm rwr MHRAR7 m a-? . Wilf.BCi TeXR Vol. XIV. ADILENE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30 192G No. 1 V&jgmVJgirM -i -U3 7vrirnT'fjv-jNui'fav ilMllr VGrOIIIIllftl . it I r i w wt& mmtf - lymmrft WILDCA TS TO CLASH WITH ALPINE NEXT SA TURD A Y - Much Interest Is nttnehed to tho grid test scheduled for next Saturdny when the Wildcats journey to Snn Angelo to meet the Sul Ross eleven at tho San Angelo Fair. Students and faculty members arc enthusiastic tho general opinion being that tho Wildcats will tnko occasion' to turn in the first victory of tho season at tho expense of the Alpino club. Although tho MorrlB aggregation lost to tho Howard Payne champions thcro is little basis in that for fore- casting defeat Saturday. True it is that the Alpincrs havo tho coaching services of P. E. Shotwcll well known high school mentor who coached...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 September 1926

:V t4rA 1 -" -4 THE OPTIMIST .gBn-mbfcZf iKaiu.i tt ia..; "'" i I -tiOttm: Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. t Cifftn Clrnart Tinllfltna TJnnm A Subscription Per Ycnr 41.B0 Address nil Correspondence and make nil Money Orders Pnynblo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Tcxns Inter-collegiate Press Association Young Men 's Meeting Oct 4 1926 7 o'clock SUBJECT WITNESSES OP CHRIST The Witness of John Jno. 6:33; Jno. 1:10-42. The Works of Christ ns n Witness Jno. 5:30; Jno. 2:1-11. The Witness of the Father Jno. 5:37; Mntt. 3:17. The Witness of the Apostles Acts 1:8; Jno. 15:27; Acts 4:33. nURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief CHARLIE DAMRON Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associate Editor EUGENE KRANER LOID WILMON . ALEEN COOK Religious Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor TO HIS MEMORY Auditorium Leader Song Lender Render Prnyer First Spenker Second Spenker Third Speaker Fourth Spenker Faculty Acton McCollum Willlnm Pncker Leon Burns Homer Hnilcy A. B....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 September 1926

c ': mamem - ST." '" .; " r?'ji' '" Vf'T-i "!? 4 4f -f '; 5 THE OPTIMIST PAGE THREE I Jii W- Wildcats Lose to Howard - Payne Eleven r 4 J ;m r JET W ' . ." i&MORRISMEN DROP . OPENING CONTEST BY SCORE QF 22-0 Giving way before the powerful nttack of tho Howard Payne Vellpw Jackets tho Wildcats lost the first game of tho season at the fairgrounds last Thursday when tho Amis aggre- gation piled up a count of 22 holding the cats scoreless. "Although tho score indicates an easy victory for tho Brownwood dele- gation such was not the ensc. The Morrlsmen clearly outplayed the vis- itors during n major part of tho game defeat resulting largely from their failure to rally in the crucial moments of tho game. Following one quarter in which the heavy Christian eleven kept the fight constantly in the visitors' territory a fumble by Powell in midfiold put the ball in possession of Howard Payne. That was the turning point. The Bud- den reverse broke tho morale of the Morrismen and the potentia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 September 1926

KS- 3T' 'J' . t J -. 'u . . "... A" i.t"l i. vv c & -?.-rr j. diiiiT - - .- .;. .. . -w M'li . i .wMMaMiH 'HPf 1AQE FOUR ; ' THE OPTIMIST - ' . ... ."? ' K 'SP HMBiafflflaafflurapa TEEY SHALL NOT PASS llMmiMMm lp' ' 1 KAYSER HHI QR I I ' .-. I JSl'- 1 ALL SILK CHIFFON HOSE IT " MHHHiHllflHHUHl 1 "'uSBr frm to to ip smnrt s'iocs fr m'e9 LlH9iH9HMBfllflflpnh9iHI ij jHffSfcjf run nitii nunc IHIHHIBwPwIBSHehIRiHBu ?c - x ftaiau.. .. j t "XJ. ' .. A . il . ! v." ' . it flUftlli 3? jj f He wrought with cnro and skill HT n ' ?; ' . "wire tSerJmcrht will. "Two of the powerful linesmen who will defend A. C C.'s honor on the gridiron next Saturday. WHEN I ! 41 i - 5 $ i" V A builder builded a temple He wrought with caro and skill Pillars and groins and arches Were fashioned to meet his will And men said when they saw its beauty "It shall never know decay; Great is thy will 0 builder Thy famo shall endure for aye." A teacher builded a temple Sho wrought with skill and care Forming each pil...

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

w?s it 'aufvMti Bf'j: r( Lt . i..i..zrs:: mwr- awevd 3iTT?V V V U v - 15 SIVirfS AJVD 237 CITIES ARE REPRESENTED IN A. C. C. ENROLLMENT CHRISTIAN COLLEGE STUDENT BODY SPENDS $400000 IN ABILENE ANNUALLY Vol. XIV. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY OCTODER 7 1920 No. 2 HIHBHB ORCHESTRA TO OPEN SEASON NEXT WEEK WITH BALLINGER TRIP GIBSON'S MUSICIANS TO PLAY SOON AT BALLINGER J. Sullfvnn Gibson director of the college bnnd nnd orchestra announced to-day thnt tho orchestra will formal- ly open tho season next Tuesday Oct. 14 when that organization Journeys to Balllnger as tho representative of Abllcno Christian College at tho Dis- trict Meeting of tho West Texas Chamber of Commerce. "Within six weeks wo will have a better orchestra than tho ono with which wo mado the trip to Amnrillo last Juno" said director Gibson in re- viewing tho outlook for tho orchestra early this week. Tho return of Acio Estes pivotal orchestra veteran and professional drummer of. exceptional merit removed tho last doubt that...

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

' " . 1S3E1K cWBrgi-.tftHaJai. .a tolli.laffiiilf.-tTriiii .iiis;iigy7T;.i-Jhr-i ...l ! . . . " jT: v ' w"5" J Pojro Two THE OPTIMIST J WO W4 F5 Of Z OOKING AT IT- $ 4 ipumwrn J r u -Ifatjln1 in- i-rMten i IL5f wr Tm5 college uPeDH ZZJ7TZ ITx ff is ft lot of uoLONcv - BfiS THIS S GREAT ! H I t6Nf LIKE. TH' RULES - ig THE CLASSES (m WON- TH'FOOD-ORAMVTflWC IB PERFUL-LOTS OF GOOD- ELSE THEY'VE GOT Mg LOOKING QlfcLS AND J L AteOMO HC.RE. . J PLE.MTV TO GfnT .' J WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT US WSE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS IN DRUGS TOILET ARTICLES CANDIES GIFT PACKAGES AND STATIONERY. YOU WILL FIND YOUR FAVORITE MAGAZINE HERE ALSO. ENJOY REFRESHING BEVERAGES AT OUR FOUNTAIN. WATERS DRUG COMPANY r-w Jv N Published -Weekly by the Students of Abllcno Christian College. f Office Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year 1 K -fl.60 ft tK Address nil Correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association t IK to i BURTON COFF...

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

1 . i-r .' .'' .. .''.".- THE OPTIMIST Church at his homo in this city Tho brido was. a well known student of A. 0. C. during last year. Sho was n member of the freshman class tho dramatic club and a resident of Zellncr Hall The groom is a carpenter of Tub- coin. Abilene's Finest Store (' jb . "i. - .!' PAGE THREE ' . :-.. rv .v jk- ' A utmt fjtr 'iV i at. ..I s i "' r t. .iu Tyim: ok Suggested" New Administration Building to de Eiiected at Abilene Christian College Needed to Seiive Present Students. COACH MORRIS' WILDCATS WILL MEET HUNTSVILLE TEAM SAT. Eighteen members of tho Christian .Cftllego football squad and Coach A. H. Morris left Abilene yesterday noon for Huntsville Texas where they will claHh with the Sam Houston Dcnrkats the Inst of the week. Much interest attended tho departure of tho Morris- men sinco they will play tho first T. I. A. A. game of the season on this trip. Those making tho trip arc Hichards Hendricks B. Rogers Bullock Cole- man Damron Sanders Cotmnn Hill ...

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

i tuMUMiUAd iMUssffiJtiAl11 t-Z4?- 'WaYf -in PAGE' FOUR THE OPTIMIST- ... 1 5 . 'I in i a ?. R ?. I? t r h i i fr i j t M (i I 0 Mt y 4 k W '. .r & & n 1 ;( tC pBEffiainJSEnmsHcniEKiffi A Paradise of Beautiful new footwear smart shoes for miss or matron Cinderella Bootery 220 Pino St. WILDCATS WREST 3-0 VICTORY FROM TEACHERS (Continued from Pago 1) the yardage for A. C. C's soven first downs. Opportunity for comparison of the punters Townscnd and Powell was lacking since it was the wind that shortened or lengthened the kicks in each instance. A. C. C. Position SUL ROSS Richards lo Townscnd Bullock It Dyer Sanders Iff Younger Hill (c) c Wood Damron rg Smith Rogers rt Boart Hendrick ro Ford Arnwlno q Kell Hawkins lh Clark Powell rh Cowcn (c) Robinson f Kelly Substitutions: Kenley for Hen- drick Damron for Smith Brown for Griffith Griffith for Arnwlne Dol- lar for Bozart Weathers for Clark Denman for Smith Owens for Arn- wlne. Scoring: Field goal Powell (place kick). Officials:...

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

wxm fSJfasspjMSEMSOfifilm MSSOEESSE Vtte. T?'?ltSW'"""sr""Jrk i' i -i .I ' ''iijiM!Mt'Wiii'-y-ir.t-' w"w'..i "ijwHii -jfctNijMtiXX JsffXa ffiSS r K-t v .r 'i tti---v- ... . -w-rv;- - rMTOr (r.c pwwrt; l.u T 4 " L Ji S.J..' s ' if AN" w i .' 4! f. J5 SIVirfS MD 237 CZ7ES ifclS REPRESENTED IN A. C. C. ENROLLMENT - ' t CHRISTIAN COLLEGE STUDENT BODY SPENDS $M.H9 IN ABILENE ANNUALLY Vol. XIV. ABILENE TEXAS TIIURS DAY OCTOBER 14 192G No. 3 vf I 7 1 JBKv - 1 zmL msi0ipv jMvxmrm & Mi I T Denton Teachers Will Offer Next Opposition to the A. C. C. Wildcats Battling desperately to rctnln their slim chance for a T. I. A. A. foot- bnll championship clcatcd wnrrlors of Abilene Christian College will at- tempt to turn back the invading Eagles of North Texas Stnto Teach- ers College Denton on October 23 in n game to bo played in Abilene. At tho present timo the Wildcats are limping from tho wounds Inflict- o don them in a 20 to 7 defeat by tho Bearcats of Sam Houston Stato Nor- mal on October ...

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

-my - -.mzmm.mmmmimmmmm? . . -.MMgaegriBESffBBBSBfJiSeaMHHMHWil ' c i&t; p AJM "Paeo Two THE OPTIMIST BOOBS TEXAS & PACIFIC STATION . Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Office Green Building Room A .Subscription Per Year .$1.60 jpjjjliflygjjgjaggggggssjg 1 "- ' li I' Address nil Correspondence nnd make all Money Orders Pnyable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intcr-colleglato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief CHARLIE DAMRON Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associate Editor EUGENE KRANER LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK .-.Religious Editor -..Assistant Editor -Assistant Editor OUR CHAPEL MARCH-HA! HA! "Let's have our march" where- upon the first inspiring notes of Dodgo Brother's March" disturbs the ears of a few hundred chapel attend- ants and reminds them that they are supposed to exit via. tho hall doors. By tho time tho first two or thrco measures havo been played the stu- dents rise to their feet after having yawned extensi...

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

KXyL r ramm .. i - - . MHHMi'ltimMfi j4 -- rf . . . a . ;...jJ i... .J.. .jAMjfjiaaiifcifcJj. M.L - f . r i a teaTurHTiktfi V ilHIM I i t It IMTIHIf " I1ISWI IIIIS1II !! ' J .f.F.1 -W " - - ... . .. .W...M v- w --f.i. ..nr f . . EJ7T.J-..- .TO.-TH . K . -T kUV '" I -K '" T ' 2 f -" " .W j" 7 l" '. .'I I ." ' J ?W i i .umitKr Ss ' H&IKl&SS I JMi iBBM (.' I. .' Tt'i - 'l"ji4 7lT-fTT"i ' W '' Tg-WV"gJ;' ' W ail1. i'l IHJ)iaW"Tjt' ' 4"T't" l-ffgr'-ir-'r'V-"t" "' WoMiinH .1 . . .. .itiwmi II i ii - :CA1 -r-.-Y THE OPTIMIST (if . V ."n ; I "-". . CHAR. TiETflV SCOVTLLE Introducing the '(jri'iitcst living evungelist" Clins. Reign Scoville who stormed the local chapel with one of his brilliant nd- drffrtes Inst T uodny. His spectacular address was enthusiastically received by the stu- dents who readily nttested to the justice of his superlative reputation as the "greatest living evangelist." Cast for Term Play is Announced this Week The cast for the Dramatic Club play was announced ...

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

"". . 4 THE OPTIMIST nMamiMacmiumBCMiufflffl THE PUBLIC LIBRARY I TT 7A ' ' I " -' ..r. KAYSER ;New Styles' Arriving Daily SHEER CHIFFON HOSIERY ALL THE NEWEST SHADES 1 95 SMART SHOES FOR MISSES OR MATRON Cinderella Bootery 228 Pine St. fi PAGE FOUR n. fc-h I "''' fc s:aragiMffliiauHEMMitfflfflxo DRAMATIC CLUB HAS HEAVY MEMBERSHIP UPWARDS OF ONE IIUNDF.ED FIFTY ENROLL IN THE POPULAR CLUU Completion of the Dramatic Club roll of membership early this week showed that upwards of one hundro and fifty students are listed on the club's books for this term. This is for the largest enrollment ever built up by any club in the college. Directors Brewer and Mitchell find causo for much optimism in tho out- look for the club's immediate future. Tho treasury has been considerably replenished by tho "dollar per" mem- bership fee which was paid by every member listed in the roll. But aside from temporary relief from nny fi- nancial handicap tho club boasts n more talented personnel than it has eve...

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

ji -J 4 - L v:;.Sy ' '. : ''. BOOST THAT SPECIAL TRAIN TO LUBBOCK Vol. XIV. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1920 No. 4 e ATTEND THE PEP RALLY If? THIS EVENING Mm iff m Brilliant Season in Sight for A. C. C. Debaters An early forecast of tho forensic activities of tho felino squad for tho coming season predicts one of the brightest years in speech arts his- tory. With tho stellar nucleus of Morris King: and Ooffmnn Coach Chas. R. Brewer announces that ho is well pleased with tho prospects of a brilliant season. Besides the vete- rans lined up for combat several as- pirants from the cradle class have signified their ambitions for varsity recognition. Among the new men of tho year is found another Harrold exponent who bid high for the state champion- ship in scholastic debating last year 1. c. Dial Vaughn. He was eliminat- ed in the semi-finals by Brccken- rldgo High. It is expected that he will show favorably with the pre- cedent set by Morris and King his home town cohorts. Acie Es...

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

ftV? Jl aMMN? m 11 U?.j5r"7 .'I. A-TO' J ' T " TW-" :''- . J PijTwo . THE OPTIMIST It i A .M f i .ayaMMyaHK Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Chrlstl&n College. Office Qrccn Building Room A Subscription Per Year 41.60 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Intor-colleglnto Press Association Dr. Ward Now Prominent Visitor in Abilene Christian Collegers Favorably Impressed With A.C.C. BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief CnARLIE DAMRON Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Associate Editor iEUOENE KRANER . LOID WILMON ROBERT COFFMAN Religious . Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Business Mgr. STUDENTS ATTENTION I "Tho Optimist" is your paper. You aro hereby urged to cooperate with tho staff in making this the greatest year tho paper has ever known. Tho Press Club which sponsors the publication of "The Optimist" will be re-organized this week. Those de- siring to do work toward membership in that body please turn y...

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