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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

) 600 Expected Enrollment; 160 Freshmen Register Six hundred students arc ex- pected to he enrolled In MnMurry college hy the end of the icglstra- tlon period which In September 28 according to Jerome Vannoy reg- istrar. According to freshmen English placement teat 100 freshmen en- rolled Wednesday. This does not Seven New Members Added to McM Faculty Seven new faculty members In- cluding a division chairman and two department hends have been announced by Dean VV. B. Mc- Dauicl. Dr. Richard C. Von Ernie has been named line nrts division chair- man replacing Dr. Thomas S. Wil- liams. Replacing Dr. Karl Ash- burn as head of the Department of Economics nnd Business Adminis- tration Is Brandon Trussell. Mrs. Lois Tabor McAfee will head the art department tilling the vacancy of Mrs. Roma Reagan Conner. Other new faculty members are L. T. Miller Jr. accounting pro- fessor; Dr. S. B. Thompson asso- ciate professor of government; C. Mack Statham associate professor of speech; Mary Ellen Hay...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

Pjiro 2 The Wnr Whoop Saturday Scptenil)cr 16 1950. Paper MakesTypeChanges Adds Editorial Features Til meet standards set by the Associated Collegiate Press tlio Wnr Whoop nuiki'M its llrst ap- pearance o' l!)M with viirloiis typographical changes nnd iiddl- tloillil editorial lent iilo.s. Major typographical change was llir omission of column rules which follows I lie modern trend of college tabloids. The new name-plate was suggested by the association to avoid conflict Willi head-line type. Editorial iiddll ions include a car- toon character "Heave-less" cre- ated and drawn weekly by .lody Duulnp artist. "Brave-less" is 11 typical freshman and the cartoons will depict his freshman year at McMurry. "Ignnelus the Inhibited Indian" appeared In several issues last spring. Orace McWhorter will nn- thor this weekly feature. Personality sketches of out- standing seniors will he used rfhis year along with a picture of each. 1950 Graduates Exes Scattered Over Nation McMurry College graduat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

Saturday September 16 1950. OWIHIMIPMMIMIiaillllllllllOIIMIIWailttrofflHPMtHt The War Whoop Papo 3 rCV"ti$ tCWi5 ftC'O'55 CyOS3 ftCOtJC CCVWTJ3 CCOO CC'Cft" ejCO" CCr"0"v3 tiTD'O: CLCiWl-S CCO CC'O'C c S I I I I I I t WELCOME . . . for the 1950-51 School Year We wish for you every success possible during the coming year and hope that each of you realizes to the fullest extent those laudable ambitions and de- sires which are the motivating forces of all young men and women everywhere. 11 We mill be happu to see you at any time and discuss your needs and are looking forward to a visit from each one of you. if Jc ifd r McMURRY BARBER SHOP SUDS-O-MATIC SPRADLEY FOOD MARKET T. G. CARTER SERVICE STATION McMURRY DRUG FRY'S McMURRY GROCERY JOLLY CLEANERS BIG CHIEF CAFE McMurry Phillips 66 Service Sta. McDonald Venetian Blind Co. 's$ e?wca47d ezJ93$ fcsjzs$ eoajsss eajz5$ eass3$ ffcs&j&ss etw&s etso.Fs ros) ftw&s ec&jS$ fvcas fu.v. ........M.....M.M...mtTtt.mnlnTTtmmTmtt....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

Pape 4 The Wnr Wlioop Saturday September 16 1950. FORWARD LINK of the Indian j;ridmcn ai-e from left to right : Bobby Johnson Pat Patter- son Hdgar Payne !?ob Ueily Billy Sisson George Owens Bob Loving. Midwestern McM Similar Teams If McMurry and Midwestern University Ho the score next week it will In- understandable for tin' similarity (if the two teams is ab- solutely confusing. First both schools nre called Indians. Hoth bavc backfleld spark- plugs whose names arc pronounced the same ... J. D. Kolnud of Midwestern and Brad Rowland McMurry. Coaches Hilly Stamps and Wil- ford Mtiore were both named coach of the year" for their re- spective conferences and also both played guard in their college foot- ball careers. The assistant coaches even enter the picture Dixie White of Midwestern played guard as did Mel Jowell of McMurry. The colors are even similar. Midwcstorn's are maroon and gold; McMurry's maroon and white. Hoth teams boasted a high-scoring attack last year. Kach took its c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

Saturday September 16 1950. The War Whoop Page Indians Wage War Tonight T ttrrttvrszrr 'mmmK.-'i'- . . ? l:. j jl KIWAR PAYNE Little All Americans 'SAM.' ROWLAND START LAST YEAR Starting their final season for the Indians aic Hi ad Rowland and Kloyd Sampson "Little All Anici- tcan" and honorable mention "Lit- tle All Ameiic.in" lespeetivcly. Sampson selves as eo-captain this year with Bob Roily. Rowland acted last year as oo-eaptain with graduated Elmo Cummins. Halfback fiom Anson Sampson received honoi.ible mention AP Little All Ameiican and first team All Texas Conference for the sec- ond season He's called "Mr. One Way" because in 154 carries last year he lost yaidage only four times. Sampson is a physical education major and was second only to Rowland last year in conference for rushing honors with 909 yards net gain Rowland a business administra- tion major from Hamlin made first team AP Little All American United Press honorable mention regular All Anici lean Williamson's Midh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

- ' Page 6 The War Whoop Saturday September 16 1950. Without Reservation Back in 15)17 friends and patrons of MoMurry college took a quick glance at the freshman class and started thinking seriously "the ollcgc is growing." Truer thoughts wore never though before. . . . Approxi- mately 350 fieshmen were in tint class. Naturally many vet- erans weiv included but it was still a large freshman class for MeMurry. During the war the total enrollment was about 2.r0. There were other reasons for the spreading belief and faith in the college. President hall Tor women was completed that year a completely new and larger Bookstore was finished. It was also in 1947 that the Iris Graham Memorial dining hall and Gold Star Memorial dormitory was finished. A great pnysical development highlighted that year. Throughout 104S and 1949 the appearance of the campus took on a new form by extensive landscaping. Now in 1950 the dedication of the new $600000 Student Life Center is scheduled. In four years t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

Snl utility September 16 1950. Page 7 Women's Social Clubs Hold firs 1950 Meetings Plans for the yenr Including homecoming picnics ami banquets will begin next Thursday when the wonien'.s four social clubs Delta Hutu Kpsllon Gamma Sigma Knp- pa 1'hl and TIP hold their first meetings. Delta Hot a Kpsllon Is headed by .Ian Black with .lane Crockett vice-president; Hlllle Hlatt secre- tary; Hetty Lynn Oatlin treasurer; .tody Dunlap reporter; Peggy Wise historian; Peggy VVhitson cha)lain; Myrla Holcomh social chairman; Honnie McDonald par- lianuMitatiau; Lota Claxton mar- shal; and Nancy Pullig pledge mistress. Sponsor Mrs. O'Dell Is taking a leave of absence this year. New Counselor Was Missionary In South America Foreign service for the church highlights the background of Miss Monta McFadln new resident counselor of President hall for women. For the past 10 years Miss Mc- Kadln has served in Soutlf Ameri- can schools as a missionary. Rep- resented and supported by the New Mexico confe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 16 September 1950

The War Whoop Saturday. September 16 1950. Page 8 .... 'PteAtdutt (ZAe&i-Uaden Browsing among the principles and ideals of McMurry College I would like to bring to the attention of the Freshman three basic fundamentals and aims of our college as a method of welcoming all new students to the campus. First of course is the learning of facts that every college strives to attain. As members of a society which believes in truth wo must teach ourselves to study and plan in order to achieve the peaceful world which we so proudly proclaim. Our teachers arc our friends who shall guide our thoughts and ideas. It is our job to transplant the knowledge they supply to our ever-growing experience. iliy we believe in friendship. Every student is poten- tially a close friend of every other student he meets. Nothing in the future shall afford so much happiness as the memories of heartfelt friendships. To miss these would be to miss one of the big opportunities of college life. The communist peop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 September 1950

u Uhoop ar Volume XXVm. Abilelie Texas Friday September 22 1950. Number 2 Tke CAST OF CHAUACTKRS for the first McMurry Theatre major production "All My Sons" was selected Monday night following the try-outs. Adams Names Cast For All My Sons' Cast was selected Monday night for "All My Sons" Mc- Murry Theatre's first production of the year to be given Oct. 19 and 20. The cast as announced by Director Bill Adams includes: Maurice Pullig as Joe Keller the father; Virginia Goodrich as Kate Keller the mother and Stanley Soaton as Chris Keller the son. The supporting cast will be as follows: Let a Joy Culp Ann Doc- ver; Travis Jordan George Derver; Sara Dickinson Sue Bayliss; Ho- mer Bridges Dr. Jim Bayliss; Jo- anne Akons Lydla Luby; and Keith Greathouso Frank Luby Lubey. Staff Announced LIBRARY OFFERS NEW SCIENCE Library staff for 1950-51 is com- posed of 15 students which in- cludes seven new members and eight veteran library helpers says Mrs. Rosita Hollar librarian. The old members of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 September 1950

.- tt-r-tjjmmmaattimytmhtm . ... Page 2 The War Whoop Friday September 22 1950. M'CA ' Jontinued from Pago 1) your the LcsscHi Marionettes pre- sented their tlmil show in the high .school auditorium . . . The Marion- ettes had tin: children gasping on the edge of their seats and then roaring over their famous circus." Albuquerque Tribune Albuqeur- que New Mexico. "The Ijc.sselll Marionettes scored another hit with York audiences when they presented their variety show there. The Iesselli clowns and circus animals always favor- ites with the children gave then- usual laugh - provoking perform- ance." York Dispatch York Penn- sylvania. MIUA MrMnrry Inter-Club Association Ih a group organ- ised last spring. It Is rnttipntwl of all member of men's and women's social clubs for the purpose of promoting cooperation and friendship between the mem- ber of the seven soelal clubs. Direct members of MICA are the live officers and two representa- tives from each club. All other social club member...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 September 1950

Friday September 22 1950. The War Whoop Page 3 McMurry to Midwestern Indians will be battling Indinns on the playing Held tomorrow night ns the McMurry football squad takes on Midwestern Uni- versity champions of the Gulf Coast Conference in Wichita Kails. The defending champion of the Gulf Coast Conference rolled over Southwestern Oklahoma 40 to 6 last weekend while Tulsa Univer- sity took a hard fought decision over McMurry the defending champion of the Texas Conference. McMurry last met the Wichita Kills Indians in 10IS being de- feated by a score of 11-7. In 1947 Mc.Muiry was defeated 20 to 0. In 1!17 Midwestern University (then Hardin College) tied for the Texas Conference championship with McMurry. Mid western's squad will see the limited serviced of a one- lime little All-American J. D. Roland In the quarterback slot. Koland has Iw-en slowed down due tn an ankle Injury. The man- under exported tn see the most service tomorrow night will he Bobby Hlppln who made all- conferenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 September 1950

Page 4 The War Whoop Friday September 22 1950. Rudolph Valentino the great lover of old-time films is headed for the Reservation along with another old-timer Greta Garbo! Not literally of course but they will appear ... on film. Tuesday marks the end of the MeMurry Theatre Film Society membership drive. Ten films can be seen on a season's ticket $1.00. If 500 students purchase tickets 20 films will be shown. That means each film would cost the student only five cents. The English Department and the MeMurry Theatre are sponsoring the revival of these old and some new films on the campus. Heretofore attempts to present any film on the campus have failed. Namely because the students have not responded financially to the movement. However at five cents a film response this year should be terrific. The transportation problem is solved belonging to the Film Society for the movies will be presented in the Radford Memorial Auditorium. It will not be considered a night-out for women dormitor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 September 1950

Friday Sept ember 22 1950. The War Whoop PftRC Campus Exchange Colleges Add Dormitories Endowment During Summer High Point College High Point N C High Point College will io able to noionimodato 12 nililltionil students 52 men and 20 w onion at the opening of the fail totm Twenty rooms have boon added on the thltil ftooi of tlio bos' dormi- tory nnd 10 addition il oms in tho girls' dnimitniv Tho now looms will bo used bv fiosbmen Athens College Athens All Tho flninoial canipilgns loi the Athens College expulsion program was Inaugurated lecontlv at Fust Church Athens The pi in will bo presented in the 11 disttirts and 915 chill ehes of North Alibama Confeienee Tho presentation at the Athens elunih lopresented the Hist loial ehllivh oiganlratlon to slme in a campaign for $2 000 000 endowment for the oonttu-old school In idditinn to the raising foi endowment funds the expan- sion program outlined bv Presid- dent Penv B James will Include construction of new buildings re- habilitation of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 22 September 1950

Page 6 The War Whoop Friday SoptcmlcrJ22950. Freshmen Like Friendly Helpful Spirit of McMurry y HVniMK I.KK WEST ITfMlmmn SIaIT Writer It must be right anil It Is right! I'Vllow Inilliins lot mn toll you What wo I'roslimon like most about McMurry. Barbara Walilon likes the way the upperolassmon arc always willing to help tin: freshmen anil Hip courses oflcroil by McMurry. Er.-inkic Mnllor likes the friendly iitnicisplicrc anil lou Ann Month likes I he Christian atmosphere anil school spirit. IVggy Winn Connie Hiiss anil .lonelle Stovnll think Mc- Murry is loails of fun anil it is so easy to git acquainted with every- one. Hecause McMurry is a religious school of high iileals anil slaiularils Veila Mao Kikcr Gilbert Koriuan nnil .loy Culpt think they have made a wise choice in their selec- tion of a college. .lackie Uowry and Doyle Hrown think McMurry has loads of cute boys and girls. Jessie Click likes It himself hecause of the sweet freshman girls and the friendly people. Jim Hunts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 September 1950

MICA to Give First Show MICA presents the LesseUI Mn- tlnnottos tonight! To backets patrons nnd organ- izes of MICA MoMuiiy Inter- Cluh Association that phiasc has n wnndcitnl moaning. A drenni of social club cooperation on the campus Is becoming Joalltv. The curtain goes up In the Rad- ford auditorium tonight at 8 on the Tke u ar Volume XXVIII. Abilene Election of Fish Officers Begins After Assembly !i!HJKuK - v LibbLbLbr HbLbLbLB j&wftsi. bbhLbLbLbk ?bbK tBi -Ml lX.m'iHi-' ViBBBBl SPbbH! sHp ArS bbbbV0bbibbbbkI'iP?''' bpR; r 5;B;lffil bbbBkIPIEbRIiM''' mbkI nHllS v'- atyJAf ' lrBBBMBMMJBBm fiaJJMBfJlMrall Sr'i&MHH KH " x fatlV vll FIVE OF THE SIX CANDIDATES for freshman president are shown. Left to right are Harold Rucker Bart McCash Jerry Chyck Andy Dillard and Wayn Graham. (Photo by Morrison- Birdwell) Election of Chief Queen Slated Oct. 9 Deadline of Oct. 6 has been an- nounced for submitting petitions to the Campus Queen and Chief Mc- Murry elections by Joe Harrison st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 September 1950

Prrc 2 The War Whoop Program Released For Campus Dedication Tho formal opening of the Rad- rord Mcmotial Student Life Con- tor mid Dedication Ceremonies of MoMiiuy College will bo liolil Oct. 10 and 11 on tlio MoMurry campus. President Harold G. Cooke has predicted that 10000 persons will throng the campus for tlio two-day ceremony. On Tuesday nt 10 a.m. tlioro will lio a mooting of the Hoard of Tiustocs In tlio Faculty loungc of Hndlotd Moinolial Building Tlio Hoard ot Tiusteos Faculty and oin(oi a of tlio Ex-Student Asso- ciation will have a lunohoon nt 12:4fi p.m. on tills same day. At 2:30 on this same day will lie tho formal opening of tlio Rad- foid Memorial Ufe Center. Bishop A. Flank Smith of Houston Texas will bo speaker. A reception honoring Mrs. 1. M. 27 McM Students Practice Teaching Twenty-seven members are en- rolled in tho practice - teaching class for the fall semester. Teaching at South Junior High school are: lleba farmer English; Frances White history; Joy Dan- ie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 September 1950

Friday September 20 1950. The War Whoop Page 3 HI 1.1 A' Ml'ltl'ItY is soon making a touchdown against Mid- western Saturday night in the game that left McMurry on top 1H-G. (Photo' by Morrison-Birdwcll) McMurry Indians Take Midwestern 19-6 A 63-yard inn by McMinry's llttlo All-Amct lean Brad Rowland toppod last Situiday night's grid battlo in Wichita K.ills as McMur- ry came out on the long end of tho Midwestern fray. 10 to 6. Midwestern kept Rowland and Fullback Floyd Sampson sewed up during the first three quarters of the game but found out too late that the Abilene Tribe had some other Kicks who could go through the line as well. Bobby Johnson scored the (list touchdown for Mc- Murry along with the help of Eddie Springer Billy Murphy along with Rowland and Sampson ran wild in the fourth quarter. The Midwestern Indians kicked off to Johnson on the four-yard line where he was dropped immediate- ly. Rowland got off a 43-yard punt and Veston George recovered a fumble by Ray dene Smi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 September 1950

Page 4 The War Whoop Friday September 29 1050. TVc'tc fo Selecting THcTKwvuf euitfiu& SecuttUt Hm? WKllK FOli 8UL1CCTING CAMPUS UUAIJTIKS! The rumor has been circulating the campus this past week that an election of campus beauties would be held. Verification of that rumor was ranched when the Totem said yes they were con- sidering the matter seriously. Actually here's what's in the lira. The Totem would like to receive petitions for any and everyone for campus beauties. The exact number has not been disclosed but probably it would be eight or ten. After receiving the petitions formal presenta- tion would be conducted and judges would select the campus beauties. The identities of these beau- lies would not be revealed however until the Totem presentation next spring. Elections have always been the Student Coun- cil's affairs. However since the Student Council ianacius the inhibited indian Kiios. tlir publicity office is the eontoi of Hip universe this week I've been getting in o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 September 1950

Friday September 29 1950. The War Whoop Page 5 KKCKIVING LINK FOR THK WAH WAHTAYSKK tea Tues- day afternoon included officers Grace McWhorter pianist; Peggy Bodinc importer; Miss Willie Mae Christopher sponsor; Joyce McCaulcy keeper -of- the- records; Emily Lcdbetter president; Patsy Maberry secretary-treasurer. (Photo by Morrison-Birdwcll ) Wah Wahtaysee Serves; Popular Belief Is Disoroven Wah Wahtaysee what's that? Wah Wahtaysee contrary to popular opinion Is not a social group or pep squad but a service organization composed of campus women of advanced standing Service - that includes in a n y items according to Wah Wahtay- sec members. They sell Christmas seals poppies for veterans Christ- mas bangles usher at special pro- grams and serve as guides for Homecoming and other campus events. The program this year already calU for ushering at the Civic MubIc Association programs to be held In the Student Center nerving as guide for the Dedi- cation program Oct. 10 11 and also at Home...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 29 September 1950

Pff6 The War Whoop Friday September 29 1950. 5000 Expected at Dedication Ceremony Have you ever had the problem of cooking TTZ00 pounds or beans at imp time? This In one if many problems confronting Paul Mc- C.irly rhalrman of the foods com- mitter which will feed an expected crowd of from fi.OOO to 10000 nt the dedication of the Student Life Center. The menu will consist of bar- becue (17 head of prime West Texas beef) beans bread onions pickles ice cream coffee and soft drinks. Authorities say this old-fashion-pil barbecue style dinner will be the largest ever prepared in West Texas which is noted for such dinners. The beef is to be brought from Panhandle and North Texas ranches by truck and will be butchered by SPECIAL FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS Quickie End Curl Permanent Wauc $7.50 SCOGGINS BEAUTY SALON Windsor Hotel Phone 2-0424 the Gooch Packing Company of Abilene and placed in cold storage until the day of the barbecuing. One hundred volunteers from Abilene Methodist churches will ...

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