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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1955

MM 7 *«*<* i THE RAMBLER VOLUME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1955 The Voice of TWC Students % No. I illjljlsl m Student Registration Held; Frosh Receive Orientation Students began moving in by ear,. get unpacking bus, and train Sunday, anxious to;out of the way, and registration O that they might Hawaii to Texas—Tsurue and Richard N'agata confer with the Registrar, Mr. Rice, concerning enroll- ment. Tsurue is a junior transfer student from the University of Hawaii. Miss Nagata will major in Elementary Education. Richard is starting at TWC as a freshman. Both of the students are Baptists. TXIVECO Prepares Layouts; Oct. 3 First Date for Pics Layouts are being prepared and dates, time, and place for class and the cover sketch has been complet- organizations pictures to be taken," ed for the 1956 TXWECO. accord- said Miss Griffin, ing to Norma Sue Griffin, year- ghe also added: "Your annual is book editor. Class pictures will be a reCord of your activities, accom- taken beginn...

Publication Title: Rambler, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1955

Page 2 THE RAMBL E R J 'Pneaidettt £%te*tc(& 'Tfeaity TiJeicame At +he beginning of each new school yea"*, it is a joyous privilege to welcome the student body *o our campus. There is a very warm place ki our hearts or the old students nd we are happy to have them back to resume their intellectual pursuits. To-each new student we extend a cordial welcome. We hope ypu will become acquainted quickly and will feel at home with both faculty and the student body. We urge you to beain your colleae career with the idea ot gaining from it maximum benefit, scholast.cally and socially. Make it a point to participate in as many campus activities as your time and studies will permit. We strive for high scholastic achievements at TWC and it is the desire of the administration and faculty to help you attain your goals. Seek our counsel whenever we can be of assistance^ Let us make 1955-56 a happy^fcd profitable year. LAW SONE, President. September c -- LITERATURE Or I p s VCtf > * & Si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1955

THE RAMBLER September 13, 1955 seen Iself, ighes Visit Ex-TWC'ers Colorado-Mexico Trek -s>'« ng and visiting former father has hail to pivf up on ae- of TWC proved an inter- count ot poor health. « irni profitable vacation (or Visiting school and college cam- s. Hughes, who spent a puses is one of Dr. Hughes' hob- ln Colorado and New Mexi- btes; and of course there were the close of the first term many interesting campuses to visit r school. Denver was the j,in the Denver area. In addition sen of Mrs Hughes when 'to these visits, the Mugheses en- child, and much time was joyed several interesting theatric siting voices familiar to cal experiences. They attended a n though many changes performance of Gilbert and Sulli- •urred in the city during van's Opera "Iolanthe," performed knt rapid growth. by The D'Oily Carte Opera Com- ;,nd Mrs. Ralph Matthews, pany of London, England, who ap- farulty members of TWC, peared for a whole month this kiru-d the Hugheses in their j summer at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 13 September 1955

Page 4 THE RAMBLER September (3 Prospects Bright *** For Golf, Tennis TWC " golf and tennis fortunes, always powerful in the past, have taken a turn for the better during the past simmer. Coach O. D. Bounds lists only two returning lettermen in each sport, but the addition of seven more capable men promises to increase the com- petition for the varsity spots. The brightest element is the fact that none of the eleven are seniors. Errtest Linton, Amon Carter' High, and Jim Tingle, of Poly, are the returning golf lettermen. Both are sophomores. Newcomers will Include Richard Stewart, sopho- more transfer student, Burck-tte Warner, junior transfer, and three members' of the 1955 Polytechnic High team, Jerry Williams and the Hill brothers, Don and |tex, are the former Parrots. I Two returning lettermen form the nucleus of the prospective ten- nis squad. Stanley Underwood and i Denzii Duncan, both sophomores from Poly High, are the returnees. Fred Kester, sophomore transfer from the Unive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1955

Willi wmmmmmmmMMmmmmammmmmmmim 1 - VOLUME 28 WS RAMBLER The Voice oPTWC Students '"OIL J £ m. \gf ■ - FORT WORTH, TEXAS, S|PTEMBt^20, 1955 .«o. 2 Martin Named Fish Bride; Weds At Student Nuptials 9 CHANGES OF SCHEDULES was Just one of the many headaches ^vhieh faced students during regis- tration-last week. Approximately ,900 signed up fqr day and evening classes. Enrollment Reaches 900, Expected to Equal 1954 it M Registration for the fall*semes- ■ ter reached 915 by the end of Blast week and late registration ■ will probably make the total en- ^■rollment approximately the same ■ as last year, according to Harry H W. Rice, registrar. H Registration, which will con- SB tinue through this^week for reg- : ular courses, special and evening I classes, will increase this figure by the end of the week. New sections have been added to handle the students because of such large enrollments in various classes. An informal all-college dance Wm Saturday night in the Student Union closed the fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1955

Pa^e 6. Student "Sodty "Pretty * * ^ lVeCc<yM.e& Stccdettte 'u (J* The first Issue of the Rambler this year TWC is more than an institution, it is a way ot lite. Each year between eight hundred and one thousand students take up this way of life again. It means something a little different to each of us, for each student re an individual; just as professors are indi- viduals. The sophomores are more than trouble makers, whether the fish believe it or not; and e freshmen are more than targets, whether the sophs are willing to admit it or not. It falls my privilege, on behalf of all the old stu- dents at TWC, to welcomed the new students to this campus; We believe that we truly have something unique and worthwhile to offer to the members of this student body. You new students will undoubtedly find this campus the friendliest in the state; but that s not all we're proud of here. Ask anyone who has been here a while, and he'll tell you that there is a spirit here—a spirit which he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1955

■n ■ Sp IB 1^55 THE RAMBLER September 20, 1955 >e ion Reveals atomic Reactor Plans :a lot P arr rctk !un%, n w " -*■&. I pri nt" lo m " ?lsr.' f. 4 '• *->* L. W I pw ali fcr ot at she Ji*d> panijh. f<j| ji'i ' I \ V l')ans ff-r a I Lovelace lie reactor to be us- J imniediat< ,i and biological to- ; it will be ij; -irul therapy have by the nation's iaid, will start In the future. He expects that in operation before the .irganiaatc mediclnt *■ wW> and iteat- bio- enri of 195G. The reactor was designed by the Convair Division of General' Dynamics Corporation and will be built at Convalr's Fort Worth. Texas, plant. Convair has designed, construct- ed, and is now operating a nuclear Education and Re- reactor in connection wtih the Albuquerque. S. M , United States Air Forces program reactor Will be used leading to the development of Randolph Lovelace jent and executive the Lovelaee Foundation II, di- wh*w ^■puliation Therapy Center >usine BBS} undation's Institut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 20 September 1955

' Q •3 f£> Page the rambler September 2! * SEMESTER CALENDAR 1956 Tuesday, September 20 Thursday, September 99 Friday September '23 Thursday, September 29 Friday, September 30 Sunday, October 2 Tuesday, October 4 Thursday, October . 6 Tuesday," October 11 Wednesday , a October 12 Tuesday, October 18 Thursday, October 20 Monday, October 24 Tuesday, October 25 Thursday, ■ October 27 Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, , Monday, November November Nlumber November November November 1 3 4 5 6 7 Monday-Saturday, November 7-12 Mid-Semester Exams Tuesday, November Thursday, November Moncfhy, November Monday, November -Tuesday, November Tuesday, November Wednesday, November Wednesday, November Thursday, November Friday, November Saturday, November Wednesday, November Monday, November Tuesday, November 8 10 14 14 15 15 16 16 17 18- 19 23 28 29 .VI.- rrfhi Thursday, Sunday, 'Thursday, Friday, Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, December December December December December December...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1955

X HOT turn, mm., « Afterl M ■« I IE THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students - >LUME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 27. 1955 No. 3 rortrait Gallery (THREE FAIRESES whose lives are centered around TWC are Mr. and Mrs. Faires, dormitory par- at Mulkey Hall, and their daughter Hilda, who is a junior. Having fifty children to tend keeps 'Mom fDad' Faires quite busy. ATTENTION, AlA .SENIORS Pleas*- come by the Regis- trar's office and fill in an ap- plication for a degree. This is very important. Howell States, xLiberty Is Obedience to Law' CHILDREN' orh, Dad' Faires Make ulkey *Happy' Home IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR " KOREAN" VETERANS Most checks due October 20, for "Korean" veterans who started training on any date from August 20 to September 19, inclusive, 1955, will be dated October 31, 1955. Educational Benefit checks for a month's training are usually mailed to reach "Korean" veteran trainees by the 20th of the follow- ing month. That is the general rule for any veteran who starte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1955

Page 2 THE RAMBLER "V ■ September 27 P% (fyitcccdtu (^dudcct rfttxictcf We often become critical of others in our efforts to succeed. This js a bad habit to get into. An overly critical attitude towards crthers may lead to what Dorthea Brande in her book Wake Up And Live calls the "will to fail." A successful person does not need to be critical of others. A person who is sound and successful should not fear competition. An over- ly critical person is seeking an excuse for his own in- competence by being overly critical of others around him. This attitude may be caused by a feeling of anxiety. Often a person who is suffering under an anxiety complex is so afraid of failing, when 'm com- petition with others, that he never attempts to be successful. This frustration is cai'ed the "will to fail. ' Just today I was looking at the cover of a Coronet magazine. Pictured there was our "twenty-five cent piece or quarter. Inscribed on the quarter are the words "In God We Trust." The thought t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1955

■HMMQHSHMMNHHMMBflnmMNMm* / <) ■ J> THE RAMBLE-R w] Miet- M ttcO. F'fner Nrt to Mount ] P' r hoi rom |P l< From |Par|[| Picnic i lick |<Jents i |ing wa Jimjj Bin jd iMcComiJ 1 and ] iltytnei Dr.' lid Bella) litter, 5® Ige Ansi lorton ; and I represet] |ade Can he Unitsl Enioij fch an VC. Stt in stat^ lississippj hnsas, I the \voi| a on In ere wei lit produij (■act melcj beca: faggom September 27, ?9SS 1 Rpmblings . XCHANGES ' A { n u .■V j 3 * • -■ ce to i caid, a AT HEART is Mrs. Addie Thetford White, TWC freshman, ! a life's dream when she enrolled in college after thirty- )f married life. She is the mother of five children. While 'rambling' around in the newspajwr morgue recently, >;our ! roving reporter came across tlx: I following bits of information. September !S, 1940 j Rams blank Oklahoma City 13-0 jIn season opener. For the fourth straight year the fighting Rams ; prevented the Oklahoma City Golrl- j bugs /from scoring. The Rams took I advantage of blocked pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 27 September 1955

mm : -t THE RAMBLER Paqe 4 Transfer Student Completes 1955-56 Ram Squad Nine returning lettermen and one transfer student fill out the 1955- 56 Rum squad. The transfer stu- dent is James Carolan from Allen Academy. Captain-elect John Fri- day, Voted most valuable player last year, loads a pack of nine let- termen back into the Ham fold. Two-year lettermen returning in- clude Don Bice, Jim Shawver, and Ed Chipman, all juniors. Jim De- laney and Frankie Massey, two starters on the 1955 team, plus Ver- min Welch, George Dodd and Tom Foster, will round out the squad roster. Lost from last year's team is Big Bill Minnis, 6'-ll center. Coach Hart looks for the confer- ence to be considerably stronger this year. He said, "Ther# is no clean-cut favorite and I doUbt if any one will go through undefeat- Church Honors Foreign Students Foreign students at Texas Wes- leyan College were honored with a banquet by the United Church Women of Fort Worth at the First Methodist Church on Sep- tember 22...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 1955

msammmmm m wii ii—> r|Hl*frrrr wfcM %*±I*+ THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students >lu.me 28 Tort worth, texas, october 4, 1955 No. 4 .% V 1 IV i" Sophomores List Freshman Rules To Be Observed October 10, 11, 12 'Fish! who want to he "in the tober 10, 11, and 12 on th<> can swim of things" will want to bone pus: up on the following rules for l. Know the freshman initiation to bo held Oc- October 10. — . | 2. Freshmen the signa- more boys and Alma Mater by will Each girl is tf> en He tures from 20 Soph | each boy is to collect the names of ! 20 Sophomore girls. These fish an* I to be carried ail three days of ini- 6. colle Carry a tin can i in it for Sophomo Only Sophomore r. •t alms from Fish nd !U-ct iPO Is Initiated in TW Campus ■Alpha Phi Omega met last Wed- fedav night at Mulkey Hall for (e purpose of initiating the club Texas Wesleyan College. APO {a national scout fraternity begun the boy scouts' several years 3. Since chat time it has spread numerous campuses. At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 1955

t'Tfc ' ' ' V .v,.'n V->,'4 . V-Wk' Wt. i *: tMMtWUtfMIOK ■ar vi'ii i'liMiTlMfliW THE RAMBLER PAGE 2 LITERATURE >:tobj 'V 0<utfrcciu4 *Mta%al. SoccaC 0ade LIFE IN THE ROAR ^kane Ancient Chinese philosophy emphasized the mora qualities of man rather fhan the intellectual materia. In this respect the Chinese philosophy was very similar to the teachings of Christ. Christ tells us hat it profits a man nothing if he gams ihe whole world and loses his soul. .. The most famous and influential of all Chinese philosophers was Confucius, who was born in 5b I BA-- Confucius received a scholarly education and then began teaching others. „ Confucius was gracious, kind, and courteous. He was not interested in ex- plaining theories,, about the nature of the universe; rather, he laid down moral and social codes to govern the relationship of individuals with one another an^ with society. Confucius stressed that the uniyerse is governed by law which regulates the stars and planets in the hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 1955

|ber 4, 1955 THE RAMBLER PAGE 3 $>? •J&S&.wfc V jM, , Fulbright Competition Closes November 1 November 1, 1955, is th<; closing , the date of Lho competitions for United jthc .States Government educational ex- j the t hanccf to study abroad during 1956-57 at^fdemlc year. Sine-* establishment of these pro- pvel | Staff Photo. M. M. ELLIOT* Display* Birthday Caiuv change,,grants for graduate study abroad, it was announced today by Kenneth Holland, President of the Institute of International Educa- tion, 1 East 67th Street, New York City. One month remains in which to apply for awards under the Ful- bright and Buenos Aires Conven- tion Programs for the 1956-57 aca- demic year. Scholarship application blanks are available at the Institute, at Its Regional Offices in Chicago, Den- ver, Houston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, or in the offices of Fulbright Advisers on college and university campus- es. A brochure describing the over- seas study awards may be obta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 4 October 1955

• PAGE 4 THE RAMBLER Octcb'-' < 'Muraf Football Begins Between Fish, Sophs Intramural football will get un-.mural derway at 1:30 p. m. Monday, Oc- at points program which has lagged during the past twV tuber JO, as the Sophomores meet the Fish at Sycamore Park, follow- ed by a clash between the Juniors and Seniors at 2:45, At a meeting of the intramural captains, Coach Dan Hart, and j Intramural Director Sam Rasco, ft j years. .. The following rules were adopted at the meeting and every partici- pant should be familiar with them. Official footbail rules will be used with the following exceptions: 1. Two 20 minute halves will be was decided that game days will j played. Clock stops on official be on Mondays and on Wednes- time outs during the first 18 min- days. The first games will start utes of both halves. The final two at 1:30 ajtd the second games will begin at 2:45. All games will st^art promptly and a fifteen minx to period will be allowed before a for- feit can be claimed....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 October 1955

■mmMMaii HuaiMMwwgwmMMMMnanMMB VSU*4* & THE RAMBLER The Voice of TWC Students )LUME 28 FORT WORTH, TEXAS, OCTOBER II, 1955 M* I No. $ ldr.^1 P? lus Contact Mr. Ward For Part-Time Jobs Need a part-time job? More than 60% of TWCs stu- ! dents earn all or part of their ex- ! penses in jobs ranging from ambu- lance drivers to youth workers, from typists to bus drivers. The vast majority of these jobs are in the category of off-campus employment, though scores of Tex- as Wesley an students haVe campus workships that bridge the neces- sary gap and' keep them on shak- ing terms with the business office. Although practically no vacan- cies remain on the list of on-eam- pus jobs, downtown businesses fre- quently seek qualified students for part-time work in a wide variety of jobs. Their requests are referred to Mr. William Ward, assistant to the president, who keeps a file of SPRING isn't the only time a young man's fancy lightly turns to' what the girl's been thinking of all j 3°^ oppor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 October 1955

>'tHV«VvSi f ■MH V page r .v T H E R A M B L E R October I Stl&Ctt Ol A picture illustrating a recent magazine story showed "three men steading around a safe. The door of the safe had just been Jfnocked off by one of the men with a sledge-hammer. The others ^stood b/~ Waiting to loot the safe. One of the men, k^rwffrer. Had a questioning look on his face. "Why do that... he asked. His name was "Fingers" and he w<js an ex- pert at picking locks. What he meant was—why not use your brain? , i This is not a recomendation to go around picking locks. Rather, this is a suggestion that muscle power is often- used when brain power could have been used more beneficially. _ _ ,t. Force, as a method of acquiring one's desires, is a familair method to every dumb animal. It i^th'ere- fore no credit',to man, the only animal with the power of reason, when he uses force to get what he wants. Since the creation of the first man, humans have been throwing reason and caution aside and blunder...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 October 1955

~ . . - II. 1955 THE RAM BLEU PAGE 3 Sakkara Job Opportunities To Be (Kscussed By Morris Brooks 'icnic Sat. ers of the Deka Soro- Sakkara Fraternity >ts enjoyed a picnic Iht, October 8, at Kos- ling comnWttecs from i w«?re Betty Jo Hull, , and Virginia Daugh- pka; and Bob Perry, lanus, and Jim Massey i. for the occasion were Howard Hughes and Sam Rasco. Students LCOME At BURN'S CREAM CO. East Rosedale Philip Young, chairman of the | yruted states Civil Service Com- mission," has announcethe_ gen- jeral features of a new,"Federal |Service^Entrance Examination ^tml i plans for expanding the recruil- ment program at colleges and uni- versities. Tentative plans have been rpadc for Morris Brooks, a representative, J to visit Texas YVesleyan College : on October 21 for the purpose of (discussing career opportunities in | the Federal Service with senior students and others who may be interested in entering the Govern- ment Service. Mr. Brooks Will be available for (1) individual and-or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rambler — 11 October 1955

S8UH. p PAGE 4 TH°E RAMBLER OcfoLf ♦ © Chairmen Elected To Head Service Groups ofAPO Alpha Phi Omega, national ser- vice fraternity composed of ex-boy urouts, t Friday. Adtaiiart- ment of Mr. and Mrs. E. l^F'aires to further organize and select a project for the campus. The mem- bers also elected chairmen for their different service groups. Those elected were: John Ogden, head of the correspondence divis- ion, which carries on all corres- pondence with the national head- quarters and with other college chapters; Jon? Blair, heid of the project committee, which plans all projects and secvu-es the necessary materials, and John Fraser, head of fhe service committee, which carries out the project with the help of all the members. Richard Ivey was elected historian to keep a record of all activities. Sports In Brief "By JAMES WlGiilNS The end of an age has come about In the baseball world. The heretofore invincible Yankees un- der the old master, Casey Stfengel, j fell to the Brpoklyn Do...

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